International Bindi day will be celebrated to express inclusiveness, mutual respect and highlight the inherent wisdom of mankind to look beyond the religious and communal divide. Navaratri, the nine days dedicated to the Diving Feminine Energy, will see the launch of this oneness initiative and will be the day that will mark World Bindi Day annually.
Bindi, meaning “Drop” in Sanskrit, is a traditional mark adorning a women’s forehead. For men, this is known as Tilak. Dismissed as a religious symbol by monotheists, this has great significance and meaning for mankind.
International Bindi Day will be celebrated on 15th October of every year to express inclusiveness, mutual respect and highlight the inherent wisdom of mankind to look beyond the religious and communal divide.
A seat indeed but not to sit, It makes you grin but hold your grit! It might comfort you if you are fit, Beware of the dress getting entangled to split! Sikiladi
Guru Nanak Darbar He answers the prayers ever so often, Amidst situations harsh and toughen! Seek him in the morning hour! Reach for him during work hour! Pray to him in the darkest hour! With folded hands, And…. Head bowed down, Kneel down in all humility! To your pleas and prayers, To all your tears … Continue reading He answers Prayers!
A ”booked” reception desk at a restaurant A world within your reach, Giving off a quiet preach! A world of knowledge in your hands, Journeying the mind to various errands! A world of print on paperbacks, Books provide fodder to the brain! Sikiladi
She failed She trusted her own blood.... That flows in her own one's veins. She trusted her upbringing .... Her teachings failed clinging . Her lessons of the traditions ... Got her no felicitations. Her pride in her mother tongue .... To them seemed far flung . She taught them not to lie .... Her trust they did belie. She confided … Continue reading She failed!
Maharaj Ramesh sharma explains the significance of Raksha Bandhan thread.
We gifted a heritage to our young ones And by continuity to their young ones But is this what we intended to gift? Is this what they would have wished? Having grown up in quieter times We gave rise to a noisier time Having gown up to panchtantra tales We gifted kids with missile planes … Continue reading Heritage