Happy Navratri to all my friends

So the time and the period is back when we will see teenagers and youth in colorful dresses and the best make-up on the grounds playing dandiya with each other. Navratri is on the floors. One of the entertaining and the most awaited festival of Hindus. I am so so proud of being Hindu. We celebrate, we meet, we dance, we sing, we love etc etc. There is no stoppage for the scope of Hinduism. Hinduism is like water. It can find it place anywhere. We don't force anyone to love us. I am happy that my religion is so sweet and so calm. My God haven't made any rules for me to worship him. He has given me total freedom to love him by my choice and my timing. My religion says that WORK IS WORSHIP. You keep doing your work, I'll keep blessing you. So sweet !!! I wouldn't say I'm in the Best Religion as it may hurt the sentiments of the people from other religions but I have no hem in saying that Hinduism is a very sweet and a very free religion. I am happy to be a Hindu. I don't showcase everywhere about my pride for Hinduism. I don't sing Hare Raam Hare Krishna in front of Muslims and Christians. I have no interest in showing them that this is how I worship. I expect the same from every Hindu and every other religion's followers. I don't want anybody to showcase their religion in front of the followers of other religions. Nobody is going to appreciate you. Everyone will say - Kya Nautanki Kar Rha Hai Yaar. Even I hate such people.

Navratri is the festival of worship of Shakti and dances and festivities. Navratri literally means Nine nights in Sanskrit. Nav means 9 and ratri means night. The main focus and the main excitement of the festival is Daandiya and Garba. The best part of all the festivals celebrated in India. I remember the days when I used to play Dandiya. My friends used to ask me to be a part of their group while playing dandiya. I have a good height and I used to have perfection in the co-ordination with others. There used to be a circle formed by the people. And everyone used to have a partner. With the music, the partner used to change and we had to play with different partners. I used to tune up with all the people coming in front of me as a partner. All the elders, all the friends and all the children used to love me as their partner. I also got a prize once in my colony for the best male dandiya dancer of the year. I loved it. But after that I have never played dandiya as I kept on changing cities and I never got a good society where I may mix up with the people and play dandiya with them.

My society, here in Mumbai, is the best society of my area. Everyone is supportive and everyone is selfless. All the festivals are celebrated with enthusiasm and zeal. All the young boys and girls are interactive and everyone enjoys all the festivals and events which are organized by our society. There are some Muslims family too in our society. I don't know how many but I know the one who have joined our society some months ago. They have a huge family. I have mostly seen that Muslims don't participate in the festivals organized by Hindus. Many of them are good and broad-minded. They are practical. There is no need to be over-pious for the religion. I always thought that this family will never participate in the festivals of Hindus in our society. But what I saw tonight was spectacular. All the children of the Muslim family were dancing with all the Hindus. They were playing dandiyas. They were also worshiping the idols of our Hindu Gods. They even donated 700 rupees as every Hindus of my society has. They also ate the prasad given after the Aarti. I am so happy to see this interaction. According to the rules of Islam, Muslims shouldn't pray any other god accept their. I am happy to see this people who believes in accepting all the God and who aren't acting as over-pious. From now, the respect and love for them has doubled.

I really hate the people who have the choices and some uncertain principles. Being a member of a religion doesn't make you a critic of another religion. If your religion says something and you see that this one is isolating you from your friends and they are making faces on your activities, think of it and keep it aside. I keep the fasts of Sai Baba but I haven't read the Chalisa in train or in my class showing everyone that - See, I am the follower of Sai Baba and I am greater than everyone of you as I am the follower of great Sai Baba. No need to do this. I have it in my heart. I have his idol in my house. I have a temple in my area. I'll quietly go there and pray my God rather than enchanting his mantras and bhajans while my friends are nearby. I don't like showing off and being ostentatious.

Many of you may feel that why am I sounding so rude and arrogant for the first time on my blog. It is nothing like that. I have just seen some people doing this from last 5 years. When I really understood that everyone has a different GOD and everyone has a different caste, even I have started focusing on each and everyone. What I found odd in this 5 years, came in my Blog today. Sorry if someone is hurt who shows in public that he/she is from a particular religion. Please stop doing this. Please !!! They can be Hindus, Muslims, Christians - anybody.

Thanks and Sorry !!!

Please have a Safe Navratri

Dandiya is the time when parents allow their children to stay out for late nights and thus with parent's consent , these youngsters enjoy the dandiya party for late nights. Parents never ask about why are they so late in the house as they know this is the festival time and there is no use of restricting and ceasing children to play dandiya and enjoy the parties. Dandiya is the time when boys and girls wear the best dresses. For all the days, they have a new dress to wear. The beauty parlors earn the most in this period. The girls apply the best make up and try to look the best amongst all the girls present at the ground playing sticks with their friends. Mostly, the teenagers come together with their partner at such clubs so that they can have the best company to play dandiya with and after the show is over they can enjoy long rides in the late night and can spend time together.

But, the story doesn't stop here. Sometimes, these love birds cross the limit and get into intimacy with each other. They start kissing and loving their partner. There was a time when Love was defined as looking into the partner's eyes and talking everything you want to share with the special person. Holding the hand used to be the biggest success. But in today's genre, Love doesn't seems to be mutual appreciation of the partners through eye contact, but it means kissing, smooching, going from the face to the cleavage, pressing and sucking breast and sharing the bed together without cloths. It is hard to stop this people as they find their space to do such things. During dandiyas, the girls come with the most sexy looks and the boys come in the most handsome looks. Girls believe in exposing their milk tankers and attracting the boys. Boys are weak by heart (lolz) and thus they get attracted to the girls so easily that they start kissing and start loving their partners. This leads to Sex sometimes. As they aren't prepared for this, they don't carry any protection with them and hence they perform direct Sex which results in pregnancy.

The highest rates of abortion is observed during the next 2 months of Navratri. Yaa, I can relate to this season. Even now-a-days, Dandiya is being played in my society and I can see beautiful girls. Even I can't resist myself but as I have no legal approach to ask them for intimacy, I shut my feelings and sit quietly. But I can understand the boys and girls who are committed. There is no chance to back up. You will have to get into loving positions as your partner has the best looks on the day to seduce you and appeal you for sex.(I think I am frankly speaking. Sorry Adults if you aren't liking my liberty to speak).

Every one knows that this is going to happen and thus some NGOs and some governmental bodies have implanted condom machines outside such grounds and clubs so that boyfriends can have the fun with their partners without getting caught into danger situations as pregnancy and abortion of their girlfriends. So, all the boys and girls, dandiya is the best time to have sex and being physical with your partners as the condom machines has come to you, you'll not have to search for them at public toilets and other places. You are free now. Some people may be thinking that what a worst crap I am that I am supporting this people for the wrong activities which can spoil their future. I know that no one is going to listen to my restriction of not having sex. If I'll say this, I'll be termed as Gay and Non-sexy person.

So, please use condom during sex in navratri. Best of Luck to you and your partner.

Thanks.

5 Easy Steps To Hear Your Inner Sound in Meditation!

Meditation is not a difficult task, but it is a nature of human being. Man is made for meditation. It’s a simple tool to get to know who you are. There are lots of myths on web spread by some motivators or some well known business guru. Here I have mentioned simple ways to know inner sound while practicing meditation. In fact hearing inner sound is the first step to get into the meditation stage.

Hear Your Inner Sound in Meditation


Step1. Find a comfortable sitting position
Find a quiet space where you can relax. Sit in a cross-legged position or on a chair. Your spine should be straight in a relaxed manner.

What is Ratijaga?

In two words Ratijaga is nothing but just a night wake. Generally we also called it as Jaagran. Ratijaga is celebrated at the end of Vrat in Hindu custom.

Ratijagas are usually organized and performed by women, who are supposed to spend an entire night singing songs to honor the various deities and spirits dear to the household. Sometimes Rajput women actually do stay up all night singing, but often they delegate this task to servants and village women, whom they pay.

Two figures who always appear in the lists of songs sung by families are the kuldevi and the sati. Others so honored may include various Bherus (local manifestations of the Sanskritic deity Bhairava; attendants of kuldevis and other goddesses), pitru's and pitrani's (male and female ancestors), and jhumjhar's (warriors who died violent deaths but continued fighting after death to exact revenge).

The ratijaga is performed in conjunction with the same ceremonies during which dhok is given, except the hair-cutting ceremony.