You may have heard a lot of jokes on Sikhs and Sardars. Especially this one, Sardar tere baarah baj gaye. I was always flabbergasted on this joke and was always keen to know why it is so-called. Long it’s been the most popular way of mocking at a Sikh. Fortunately, I got the reason, and now I am discussing with you all guys. The story goes as I was at a station when from a passing train a person shouted at the Sikh standing next to me, “Baarah baj gaye sardar ji?” (Is it 12?) [Read more…]
Love is not bounded by ages. A high school student or college students finds their life crush, some fall incidentally in love, some believes in love at first sight. Though College life is considered to be most enjoyable. At this age, I think everyone has his or her crush. The difference is that some shows and some just hide this and love their crush silently. The thing that makes having a crush so complicated is all of the confusing emotions that you’re constantly feeling. I have seen many friends who keep on asking their crush’s friends that whether they like them back or not. [Read more…]
Lohri is a renowned festival and is celebrated in the pious land of Punjab. In simple terms, Lohri meaning is Bonfire. It is mainly a festival of Punjabis, but it is also celebrated by people of the other Northern Indian States like Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. It is the most popular harvest festival of Punjab and is celebrated amidst great gaiety and splendor. Lohri celebration is carried out on a big scale. On this occasion, we have brought a nice collection of Punjabi and Hindi shayaris and English quotes. These shayaris are sung on the bonfire. [Read more…]
We probably all suffer from a minor phobia or two, but some people’s lives are virtually debilitated by their fears. This list looks at ten more of the most unusual phobias that afflict people in modern days. If you suffer from any of these phobias, be sure to tell us about it in the comments. [Read more…]
“Christmas” is a word meaning Christ’s Mass. It is commonly spoken of as the day upon which the birth of the Savior is celebrated. However, there are few people who have taken the time or have the desire, to make a study of this question in order that they might really know the origin and purpose of this day. They take it for granted that it is the most notable day of the year, and continue to celebrate it in various ways: by religious formal worship, gluttonous eating, revealing, unbridled drinking, or more commonly, by the exchanging of useless, costly, unwarranted, or embarrassing gifts. [Read more…]
World’s most famous and reputed business magazine which features original articles on finance, industry, investing, and marketing topics `Forbes` has published the `list of Richest persons of the World 2013` and from that Billionaires list we have compiled a list of richest person of India. [Read more…]
Kapil Sharma is the veteran standup comedian in India. He is at the acme of his career. People are huge fans of Kapil due to his perfect execution of jokes and thus creating humor.
Kapil Sharma was also the winner of the Comedy Circus. Currently, he is managing the ‘Comedy Nights-With Kapil’. He is a one-man army. He himself is the script-writer, comedian, and producer of the show, and the show has already hit the TRP benchmarks. [Read more…]
Sikhism was established by ten Sikh Gurus, human spiritual teachers or masters, over the period from 1469 to 1708 – that is over a period of 239 years. These teachers were enlightened souls whose main purpose in life was the spiritual and moral well-being of the masses. By setting an exceptional example of how to live a holy and worthy life through practising righteous principles of living their human lives, they sort to awaken the higher consciousness in the human race. The Gurus taught the people of India and beyond, to live spiritually fulfilling lives with dignity, freedom and honour. Each of the ten masters added to and reinforced the message taught by the previous, resulting eventually to the creation of the religion that is now called Sikhism.