Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru were the influential revolutionaries who gave the supreme sacrifices of their young lives to make their motherland free from the hegemony of the Britishers. The three legendaries of India breathed their last as ‘martyrs’ and were finally hanged on 23rd March 1931 at Lahore in the ‘Lahore conspiracy case’ . So, on this day each one of us must acknowledge and salute their great sacrifices.
Let Us Be An Indian First..!!”
Since its inception in 1932, the Indian Air Force has had a remarkable history of achievements. The Indian Air Force is the world’s fourth largest air force celebrating its 84th anniversary on 8th October. The Indian Air Force, air arm of the Indian armed forces, has its prime responsibility of securing the Indian airspace as well as to carry out the aerial warfare during any clash with those hostile countries. On this day, a tribute is paid to all the brave hearts of the Air Force who have laid down their lives in the service of the nation.
Eid is supposed to be a time of joy and celebration following a month of renewed spiritual commitment. After a grueling summer month of not eating and drinking during daylight hours for most of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims, today is cause for celebration and feasting for Muslims as they mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan with Eid- al-Fitr.
An eye opener!
After Kurukshetra war, Dhritrarashtra asked Krishna, “I had 100 sons. All of them were killed. Why?
Krishna replied, “50 lifetimes ago, you were a hunter. While hunting, you tried to shoot a male bird. It flew away. In anger, you ruthlessly slaughtered the 100 baby birds in the nest. Father-bird had to watch in helpless agony.
Because you caused that father-bird the pain of seeing the death of his 100 sons, you too had to bear the pain of your 100 sons dying.
Mother is flying a kite and her son is watching her carefully. After some time son says, “Mom, because of the string the kite is not able to go any higher.