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The crisis over the much hyped PADMAVAT MOVIE seems to be over to some extent with the police of various states having shown extensive vigilance and interest in registering cases against hooligans and anti social elements including the Karni Sena volunteers for their involvement in rampaging and destruction of vehicles, properties and even putting the school children at risk in various states and parts of the country, particularly Gurugram, Haryana.

But one thing which, infact is making the people of the country worrisome is the fact that in the states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and even UP the police authorities had not exhibited enough interest to curb the riotous situation and the burning of public properties when hooligans and volunteers of Karni Sena were involved in open violation of the law and order situation by resorting to destruction of public properties and vehicles.

The situation had gone worse to such an extent that some of the bigots have even fixed prices for beheading of the producer and other actors of the film, never ever expected in a civilized society like ours. And what was more shocking is the fact that this destruction and hooliganism went on for days together giving an unambiguous impression that either there was no law of the land due to total police failure to curb this uncontrolled spree of violence or they were deliberately lacking the will and guts to counter the anti social elements perhaps knowing well that they were being allegedly patronized by the political powers at the helm in these states.

However it was finally the apex court of the country whose directives accompanied fruitful results and the police came into action. Had there been vigilant police action earlier as was shown after the Supreme Court’s orders, the situation would have been quite different in various states of the country. The point here is, when the Central Board of Film Certification, the constitutional body of the government dealing with film censorship had given a clear cut green signal for the release of the film after changing its few objectionable scenes and name from Padmavati to Padmaavat, what was the point to continue the violence and put the people and life of the citizens to jeopardy.

Shame on our political parties and their leaders who for the sake of votes and polarisation forget their moral, ethical and constitutional duties to maintain peace and tranquility in the country.

In the case of Padmaavat while no leader of any political party has come forward to speak against Karni Sena due to the apprehension of losing the votes of the Rajput Community which comprises of the major chunk of the entire vote bank, the ruling party BJP in four states , has even after the clearence of the film from censor board refused to show the film in the theatres of their respective states where spree of violence too continued shamefully, finally warranting the intervention of the Apex court of the country. Thanks to our Supreme Court of India that finally they were compelled to give up their orthodox stand on the movie Padmaavat and allow the film’s exhibition in their respective states.

Even leaders of two different parties BJP and Congress – state external affairs minister VK Singh and Digvijay Singh had similar views on the movie as both belonged to Rajput community whereas in actuality both of them could not see each other, eye to eye. Conclusively, we can thank God and our highest court of the land for finally bringing things under control and closing the protracted chapter of destruction, animosity and division of our otherwise peaceful and tranquil society.

One more thing, the Bollywood film Industry was also conspicuous by its absence in supporting Bhansali during the entire episode. I think this was for the first time that the iconic personalities of Mumbai film Industry didn’t come forward in solidarity with Padmaavat cause for the reasons best known to them.

The day since Bhansli was slapped by the Karni Sena Chief and the sets of Padmaavat were destroyed a year or two ago not a single icon of Bollywood has come forward in defence of the movie nor its producers and actors which unambiguously speaks of the fact that its today PADMAAVAT, tomorrow it may be someone else of the industry.


Rajesh Khanna was a great actor and an affable human being. As an actor and a politician, he experienced the topsy tervy situations but dealt with both facets of his life most comfortably and with satisfaction. His ardent fans and the cinema goers all over the country always saw in him a hero with an outstanding style full of guts, glamour, unique freshness and impressive dialogue delivery. He was the most impressive hero of both the generations, the generation of the sixties and seventies of his superstardom days and the present one who’ve been watching his movies after 70ies, 80ies till date.
People were highly impressed by his unique style of acting as a hero. His dialogue delivery was outstanding, incomparable and highly impressive. The way he dressed, differently with latest fashion outfits impressed the young boys and girls to the hilt who always imitated him. Rajesh’s handsomeness and glamour was also the most beautiful part of his personality that added extra advantage to his stature/ personality.
There had been different talks, notions and whispering campaigns about Kaka that he was too proud, obstinate, influenced by richness, materialistic and arrogant at times. But one should not forget that in a human being there is always a negative part of one’s personality. And Kaka being a superstar was also no exception. But the fact of the matter is apart from Kaka’s golden period as a most successful actor during the seventies and eighties and despite having the stature of God of Indian Cinema Rajesh Khanna was a great human being as well.
If we see the other side of his personality he a person with affable nature, having compassion for the hapless, needy and his near and dear ones. Everybody knows that Kaka saw the peak of his popularity at a time when Hindi cinema entered the multicolor phase and as a superstar, his blockbuster movies one after the another had made him undoubtedly an unparalleled hero material with superstardom who was in over demand by the reputed directors and producers of the Indian Film Industry. There used to be a long queue of producers outside his house every morning and Kaka didn’t have time as after the long drinking sessions in the night till 4.00 am he used to get up late in the afternoon. Therefore the crowd of his fans, producers and appointment seekers surged day by day.
Kaka’s PRO’s or secretaries, therefore, were in more demand whose palm was greased by them to put them in the priority lists of Kaka’s interviewees, in order to get him signed as Hero in their forthcoming movies. They used to be eager to have just five minutes worth of meeting with him so that they could sign him but it wasn’t possible and only the most sought-after producer, directors could after great efforts get time to have his glimpse or say a short duration meetings. Such was kaka’s heightened popular chart those days.
In one of the incidents of Madras during those days when Kaka was on a shooting spree for his one of the film ’s, he was sitting in a fabulous lush green lawn of a hotel or location with assistants holding an umbrella over him. Kaka was feeling too hot due to Madras’s heat. In the meanwhile, the steward brought a bottle of Coca Cola in a tray to be served to him. In a fit of anger, he just picked the bottle and threw it away, not because he was angry with anyone but because it was not properly served in a glass with ice cubes. Such was his bent of mind during those days. But if we see the other part of his personality, Kaka was also very generous and simple in his dealings and had special love for cooking and eating delicious food.
During the shoot in Madras I was told that on several occasions after the shooting used to finish, kaka never changed his attire or the clothes he was wearing. He simply used to come in the same attire, dressed in a Bawarchi dress etc and enter the hotel (of course five stars) and sometimes entered the kitchen to ask the cook about the delicacies they were preparing for the day or would order for them through the chefs. ( the delicacies of his choice). Sometimes he would even suggest them some special dishes. Similarly, Kaka was very fond of stylish dresses of different fashion rather the latest one. Kaka told me ones that days before the shooting he himself called or used to meet the fashion designers of his time and suggest time different designs of Kurta, trousers, shirts or jackets that he wore while performing different roles in films.
One will be surprised to know that kaka always designed his own outfits of latest fashion that were later imitated by his billions of fans around the country. His Band Gala Kurta, the muffler he wore and Kurta Pants were is tremendous demand during those days and had rather become a fashion. Similarly, his constantly changing hairstyles of different shades and moods were also Kaka’s own innovation and the hairdressers were advised by him to manage them that way. Kaka was a man of precision, discipline, and perfection as far as his working in films and personal life goes. He was very hygienic, neat and clean and had a special charm for maintaining his glamour, hairstyle, the dresses he wore and the company of the people he kept. He was too fond of a battery of admirers. He had special liking rather obsession for beautiful women/girls and after the shooting he was always surrounded with them.
Kaka was undoubtedly a great actor who acted in more than 200 to 225 films with I think 15 or more having been super duper hits in a row all over the country making him the superstar overnight. He was fond of standardized living with all the latest electronic gadgets of high quality and expensive furniture with latest designs fitted in his bungalow Ashirvaad to lead a very lavish and comfortable life like a Maharaja during his peak days.
It is learnt that even his bathrooms were so lavish and modernised with glamour that they contained coloured televisions and all the latest things which a drawing room would not have, during his superstardom days. Rajesh Khanna was at times very open-hearted and everybody know that he had gifted a Bungalow and a car to his one time most trusted girlfriend with whom he was likely to be tied in a marital wedlock but couldn’t materialize. Similarly, there have been umpteen instances of his helping his staff members financially, with houses and also providing them cars or motorbikes. Kaka undoubtedly had liking for money and comforts but that does not mean that he would sell himself and his ego . He was too egoistic, obstinate and wanted to dictate things on his own terms. But his ego was a healthy one.
I remember, when he was the member of parliament from New Delhi there used to be hundreds of offers for him by the industrialist of the country for their family get-togethers obviously meaning that had he attended them kaka would have had not only good relations with the top business houses of the country but would also had gained financially but he never entertained their requests and would rather prefer to have the night sittings with his friends of choice and of his likings. I sat with Kakaji number of times in his drinking sessions to bring home the point that he loved his limited likeminded friends than to go out to attend lavish parties in the houses of big industrialists. While the MP he served the electorates of his constituency by writing letters to various authorities for resolution of their problems. He interacted with them. Held protest demonstrations against the illegal and unfair demolitions of the settlements of the poor by squatting in the middle of the road and also attended the ordinary marriage, birthday and other ceremonial functions of his supporters, staff members and common people in his constituency. He even visited slum clusters and sat with the poor, sometimes even participated in the langars ( the mass community lunches with common people) and also endeavoured to send supplies to the victims of Uttrakhand’s Uttarkashi earthquake. He also visited hospitals to see the victims of Jhuggi fires and illicit liquors and met the then police commissioner or senior police officials to arrest the culprits’ involved in such illegal activities. He sought monetary compensation for them, attended the protest demonstrations of government employees fighting for their just rights and helped trade unionists by making them meet the appropriate high authorities under his leadership.
Few people will know that when he was MP he fought for the rights of the government employees of New Delhi and met the then PM Manmohan Singh ultimately proving successful to make him agree to raise the income tax exemption limit of the government employees all over the country from 40 thousand to 60 thousand annually. This was indeed a great attempt of his in favour of the lower medium and the upper middle class of the society. What I mean to say by citing such examples is Rajesh Khanna was not only a fantastic actor but also a great human being who served the masses while being MP and also helped his close associates at the time of need.In the words of one of the die hard fans’ Swati Chatterjee for whom Kaka is not less than a God:
💐💖Every role he played, every dialogue he delivered, every song he performed will always be remembered and celebrated.
Rajesh Khanna…The Enigma…The Phenomenon…The Maverick who inspired an entire generation & adored by generations after generations will live on forever💖💐

Story of 1991, About the fascinating picture of Rajesh Khanna aka Kaka with the former PM and leader of the opposition Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia whom he revered too much as his chief political mentor and even termed him as his God on the day of Rajivji’s sad demise. Rajiv Gandhi was Kaka’s ardent fan.This is the true narration about the actual happening.

I was with the then super star turned politician Rajesh Khanna for the entire day on the day of polling of the New Delhi parliamentary election from where he was contesting against the BJP’s heavy weight Lal Krishna Advani. The picture below is of polling station near Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. I alongwith RK alias Kaka went inside the polling booth near Vigyan Bhawan( the building of ministry of health and family welfare) in the morning with RK Dhawan ( Indiraji’s former special Assistant and union minister ) already standing there in advance, amid tight security, waiting for former prime minister and the then leader of the opposition Rajiv Gandhi and his wife Sonia to come to cast their vote, being the voter of New Delhi constituency.

It was approximately 9.00 in the morning. When we ( Kaka and me) went inside the polling booth room to check and supervise the polling arrangements, hundreds of cameras clicked on us. The press photographers, umpteen in numbers, I think nearing hundred or so, had already taken their positons to extract best picture of the then former PM Rajiv Gandhi, Sonia and Rajesh Khanna. The tight security wasn’t allowing them to roam freely as usual. After all Rajivji was on the high security guard and protection due to the possible threat of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LITTE) etc. However, we came out soon after inspecting the arrangements and waited for Rajvji and Sonia to arrive. In just ten minutes, thereafter, a smiling Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia came in a fleet of bullet proof cars.

With no time the trio went inside. I was kept at bay due to security reasons. But a bad omen had already occured on that day. When Rajiv arrived at the main entrance of the polling centre, the Congress women volunteers who tried applying tilak on the foreheads and taking the arti of Rajiv and Sonia, suddenly got imbalanced due to nervousness and the Aarti Thali with flowers, incense and vermilon etc fell down with a bang sending a silent wave of whispering and rumour mongering of some bad omen in the offing. Anyways, it was not taken seriously at that moment except a small news item appearing in the Indian express the other day in tit bits coloum, expressing it to be something unusual termed as unlucky. Some derived it with meanings like Kaka loosing the election or something else but in nutshell nothing much serious about Rajivji was ever thought of .

But being conservative if we really believe in this, just a day or two after , the entire course of Indian political history was changed. Rajivji was shockingly assasinated in Sriperumbudur, Tamilnadu and the anguishing news reached Kakaji’s ears in a marriage function of my younger brother at Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi where he was blessing my bro Anil Negi and his wud be wife surrounded by hundreds of his fans and invitees . I remember how shocked Kakaji was on that day as if he has lost his God Father. He just murmered while tears in his eyes that he has lost his mentor and God. Rajiv Gandhi loved and adored him the most and it was only on the former’s personel request or advise that Rajesh contested and won from New Delhi and became MP, finally, the heartiest desire he had cherished since long, finally the dream coming true by his mentor’s blessings.

You will be surprised to learn that this picture ( as above) Rajesh Khanna helping Sonia Gandhi caste her vote with pleasing and smiling Rajiv Gandhi the then prime minister looking over, appeared in the front pages of almost all the newspapers of the country with Delhi’s largest selling newspaper Hindustan times giving it place on the front page with banner news. This was Kaka’s best photograph and he adored this picture very much, being extremely dear to his heart. Since those days there weren’t mobile phones, digital cameras and even coloured pictures, the said pivital photograph was in black and white and the picture couldn’t be procured as is easily available these days with mobile phones.

Kaka wanted its negative by all means and used to personally request me repeatedly to arrange it. I tried my level best to find the negative but of no avail. He would sometimes even challange me asking what connections do I have in media that I can’t even arrange a single negative through my sources? It wasn’t possible because the photo journalists kept it in their record and can’t officially part with the only negative as it was unique and outstanding as an archive for them.

If I am not wrong Mr. Suresh Sinha of Hindustan times had two negatives of this pic. Kaka used to even call me from Mumbai to get it, even if it is charged heavily for. I was actually fed up with Kakaji’s repeated pressure for this negative and used to wonder what special is there in this picture as being a superstar MP he already had infinite pictures of him with VVIPs. But Kaka would not relent and continued to pressurise me. Actually, he didn’t had direct contacts with media as I was the conduit and more over for a negative he would never like to belittle himself going to photo journalists n requesting them.

However, after much efforts I finally got it from Mr. S N Sinha, the then Photo editor of HT after several years when Kaka had become an ex MP having permanentally shifted to Mumbai. It however took many years to procure the negative of this outstanding picture very close at Kaka’s heart. Kaka was really grateful to have the negative. He could have made a negative out of the picture but he actually wanted the original one for the sharpness and precision which could be enlarged to any size and therefore dosen’t lose its focus and sharpness as well.

Later Kaka got it enlarged and nicely framed to decoratedly put it at the main inner entrance of Ashirvaad, his adorable bunglow at Carter Road. ( Unfortunately now in rubbles with construction of builder flats already started on them). Such was Rajesh Khanna’s attachment with Rajiv Gandhi, the former prime minister of India and Kaka’s fan as well.
SUNIL NEGI, President, Uttarakhand Journalists’ Forum and Former Media Advisor to Rajesh Khanna


Adored by billions worldover -Sai Baba.

The incredible saint of His time and adored by the billions around the globe as the undisputed God who walked , talked and served the poorest of the poor on this earth once, attained Samadhi on October 15th 1918 on the pious Day of Vijaydashmi at his most adored abode called Dwarka Maayi in Shirdhi, Maharashtra. Sai Babal’s miraculous deeds, leelaas and magical ways to genuinely impress his devotees are innumerous and hunderds of books have been authored by his ardent desciples to disseminate valuable informations, developments and happening during His life time so that his followers can remember Baba more reverrently and with immense ammount of devotion and dedication. Sai Baba of Shirdhi was such a phenomenal personality, an unparalleled saint and historic legend that eminent writer who had been in journalism for more than 40 years viz. Mr. Rangaswamy Parthasarthi , a committed Sai devotee has authored an excellent book on Sai Baba’s life in the year 1996, highlighting various facets of Baba’s multidimensional personality and detailed significance of His most valuable and precious teachings. In this article I would like to describe few miracles of Sai Baba written by Mr. Rangachari in one of the chapters of his pious book titled God who once walked on earth. The author has very nicely and ably portrayed certain incidents of Baba’s magical miracles which had not only surprised his devotees but compelled them to consider Baba as the ultimate God. This incident refers to the day when Sai Baba breathed His last and attained Samadhi. Sai Baba breathed his last on 15th October 1918 leaning on the shoulders of a devotee who did not realise that Baba has shed his mortal coil until few minutes later. It was the second time Baba has died, apparently this time for good. He had left the body once before in 1886 and like the Resurrection of Christ returned three days after making everybody in and around Shridhi shocked about this unbelievable event. However, while Christ sacrificed his life on the cross, Baba left the body voluntarily on his own, after assuring his devotees that he’ll definitely come back.
The story of this unbelievable but the factual incident was expressed to his son, Martand, by Mahalsapathy. According to Martand who recorded the episode in his memoirs of his father, one day in 1886 Baba came to Mahalsapathy and said,” Arre Bhagat,( as Baba used to call him), I am going to Allah. You had better guard this body for three days. If I return thereafter, I will get into the body for sure. If I don not you may thereafter have the body interred in that place”( pointing to the place near the neem tree where he used to meditate). Baba then reclined on Mhalsapathy’s shoulders and soon gave up breathing i.e. ceased to breathe. Body heat dissappeared and the colour of the body turned livid. Baba was dead. He was no more.
Soon the news spread like a wild fire and the village officials and the police arrived at the mosque, the Dwarkamayee. An inquest was held and Baba was certified officially dead. The police asked Mahalsapathy to bury the body as it should not remain in the mosque. Mahalsapathy told them what Baba has said him and added that he would wait for another three days as instructed by Baba, come what may. The police failed to persuade him to change his mind. He told them that Baba was a yogi with womderful and exceptional powers and it was possible for him to reappear alive in three days. Mahalsapathy won his point and he was allowed to retain the body which he protected with the help of other devotees.
After three days they noticed that suddenly a finger of Baba’s body moved, then his eyes opened. The next minute Baba mysteriously rose up and sat in his usual way and looked around. The resurrection was complete and Baba was back among his devotees, alive and kicking. For the last three days of Baba’s death the residents of Shirdhi has not taken their meals and were regularly praying to God for Baba’s reappearence in the physical form, which ultimately happened to the utter surprise and shock of everyone present there. To the end of His life, therafter, Baba never spoke of this incident nor does it appear that any devotee questioned him ever about it. The devotees must have taken it for granted. For anythng was possible for the saint of Baba’s stature and unique capabilities. What is surprising is that it did not obviousy produce any reaction amongst the government officials, both at the ;lower and the higher levels. The fact of Baba’s death must have gone into the village records but was it changed when Baba returned to life physically? Official apathy and the lack of curiosity was in line with the spirit of the times when people led the life of poverty and misery not questioning anything. But we, living in a scientific age, have to ask the question, how did he do it, why did he do it? Where was he in those three days? And finally, why and how did he come back? A dead body gets disintegrated and decayed within a matter of hours and begins to stink but in the case of Baba his body was well preserved and in good condition when life returned to it. This is a miracle which we have read in the Puranasand mythologies but that it happened in real life in the presence of reliable witneses is hard to believe but an inescapable fact. The questions will remain unanswered like so many other curious questions about Baba’s life.
Baba usually used a particular phrase to describe Death. He called it,” the crossing of the frontier”. When one of his deciple Reghe’s child died and his wife became inconsolable and Rege had the dead child on his lap, Baba appeared before him and asked, “Do you want me or a dead child? If you want me to revive the child, I will, but then you will have me no more with you. If you do not want it to be revived you will have many more children in the due course.” Rege later said he told Baba that he wanted HIM. ” Then do not grieve, ” said Baba and disappeared.
Baba did revive a dead person on two occassions. The first was during his stay with his guru, Venkasu, when a disgruntled disciple who tried to harm the Guru and Baba himself fell dead and the other desciples pleaded with the guru to revive him. The guru said he had transferred all his powers to the young Baba and it was for him to revive the dead man. The desciple then prayed to Sai Baba , who uttering his guru’s name touched the man’s body and it surprisingly came to life. On the other occassion, Malanbai, the daughter of one DR Joshi Devgaonkar, died of tuberculosis, as during those days there was no medical treatment for this desease and was considered as one of the most untouchable and contagious , even worst then leprosy. Just before her sad end the girl had asked her parents to be taken to Shirdi and placed before Sai Baba. Baba asked her to lie down on the balanket and take nothing but water. She carefully followed these instructions but unfortunately after a week she died early in the morning. Baba was then in the chavdi and for the first time he did not leave the chavdi though it was past 8.00 AM. The girls parent with a most distressed and heavy heart were making necessary preparations to remove the body for the funeral when suddenly they saw that Malanbai was breathing. She then opened her eyes and looked around. Then she said under curiosity that A black person was carrying her away. She being very frightened cried out for Sai Baba’s help. Baba thereafter took out his stick and gave that blackman (Yamraaj) a severe beating. He snatched me away from him and carried me to the chavdi.” She had not seen the chavadi before but gave the correct description of it. Just at this time Baba left the chawdi bawling out and stamping the ground with His stick, He came to Dikshit’s house where the girl’s body had been kept.
There are several other instances that surprise each and every Sai devotee of Baba’s extraordinary feats, miracles. magical acts and his immense power of bringing the dead to life . He is in true sense a true and real incarnation of Lord Shiva, Ram, Krishna and Lord Vishnu. Sai Baba’s blessings and divinity lead everyone to the real path of ultimate salvation. I think myself extremely lucky to be able to contribute my bit in His Lordships service by compiling articles and tits and pieces to disseminate Baba’s valuable sermons and actual happennings to the masses through Sai Sagar. Blessed are those who are lucky to be in Sai Baba’s service and in the service of the humanity at His behest. Lets end this by What Sai baba said once
Mombatti jalti hai to dhire-dhire galti rehati hai aur ek din kahtam ho jaati
ussi tarah ye matti ka tan bhi karam karte hue ek na ek din khatam ho jayega.

iss ke prrati moh karna vyarth hai isliye karam karo warna ye zivan bekar ho jayega
agar mombatti sahi jagha jalayi jaye yani andhere me roshni karne hetu to ye sarthak hai
agar wohi mombatti suraj ke tej pakash me jalye to uska jalna vayarth hai
iss deh ko bhi sahi karmo me lagaye,warna sab khaatam ho jayega.

By Sunil Negi


Once Swami Vivekananda visited King of Alwar in present day Rajasthan. The king in an attempt to mock idol worship told Swamiji, “I’ve no faith in idol worship. How can one worship stone, wood and metal? I believe people are in illusion and just wasting time!”.
Swamiji smiled. He asked the king’s assistant to take down the picture of the king that was hanging on the wall. Although confused, the assistant did so. Then Swamiji ordered him, “Spit on the picture!”. The assistant was shocked and looked at both of them. Swami repeated again and again, becoming more stern each time. The king was growing angry and the assistant started trembling. Finally, he cried out, “How can I spit on this? This picture is of our beloved and respected king!”.Swamiji then told him, “The king is sitting in front of you in person. This picture is merely a paper – it does not speak, hear, think or move. But still you did not spit because you see a shadow of your king in it, Spitting on it was like spitting on the king itself.” The king looked at Swamiji and bowed down, clearly understanding what he was referring to.This is the essence of idol worshiping. God is everywhere, but people want to pray to Him, ask favors, offer food, tell stories, bathe Him, play with Him and do what they do in their lives. Creating a human-like idol creates an image of God as a companion, a guide, a friend, a protector, a giver, a fellow being and so on. An idol is just a concrete representation where they find Him. When I look into the eyes of an idol, I do not see stone or metal, but another pair of eyes looking affectionately at me, smiling.


Recently three incidents which have shaken us and has made us to rethink as to where the society and we are moving –

1. Man who was owner of 12000 crores empire, Mr.Raymond is now living in a rented room on hand to mouth existence basis because his son has showed him the exit door of the house.

2. Billionaire woman died in her posh flat in Mumbai, her body turned to skeleton in one year and her millionaire son was not even bothered to know about her in the last 1 year.

3. An IAS officer topper of 2012 batch committed suicide because he was unable to cope up stress due to his family issues.

All these incidents tell us that money and power/reputation are not the only things which make us feel complete. Unless and until we are not happy with, what we have in our life…

We should not chase happiness.
We should lead a contented life with whatever we have in our life & family, we all should be thankful to God and enjoy what we have.


Prayer and meditation can add years to your life

Prayer and meditation are two things which anyone can do without being bothered by economic level, background and status. It seems that both prayer and meditation contributes to a healthier life and existence.

There were some researches done on this topic and initially some reputed research firms even refused to do it because of the word prayer but later after understanding its importance they even started funding a study through their frontier medicine initiative.

Earlier no one was much interested in doing researches and now in past 10 years the funding of these studies has almost doubled. Interestingly a study was conducted at the University of Pennsylvania fond, if certain types of sounds called mantras are repeated then vibrations created from the sound positively effects the brain and change conscious levels which leads to disconnecting of mind with body and after this body gets relaxed and evenly regulated.

When you will do prayer and meditation it will relax your body and with that feeling you will no longer be angry and will become more polite and gentle to those people who are even rude to you. You should only think about how you can give back to the society if not by giving something in physical but mentally you can start giving piece and there is no religion involved in it. Some people pray by sitting cross legs and some on their bended knees but this does not change anything.

This World is an amazing place where lots wonders are there and miracles happen all we need to have is to open our eyes and see the beautiful world.

When we start doing meditation and prayer obviously something starts changing in our attitude and we become a better person then slowly we start leaving bad habits and have good and healthy life with some more years added in it.

After practicing prayer and meditation Person become more positive and start living life under new light with more energy and power and do some prayer and meditation also do not be bothered about those people who think that it is old fashion to do prayer and meditation because it will not lead you anywhere so be positive and have a long and healthy life.