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  1. QUOTE (Divyani Shah @ Feb 14 2004, 02:54 PM) Yellow Rose to you all. Happy Valentines day to our all friends, have a nice day. Yeap, friendship Valentine from my side too.
  2. Heavy cooking hudairaichha yata ta! Guffs, humors, songs and affairs.....ooops!
  3. Oh! so you all are ready for Rating WAR here! Interesting it, best of luck to you all.
  4. QUOTE (Aayesha Rana @ Jan 18 2004, 05:43 AM) QUOTE (Sushil Pradhan @ Jan 12 2004, 11:57 AM) Well friends, I am hunting for this movie. You are still hunting for LOC?? Hatrik here. maile kati patak here here, count garera sadhya nai chhaina. maybe, it's more than 10 times.
  5. Thank u very 2 much to all. Specially to Rohit Da who did many participants on my topic. I believe, his all memories are milestone. It's an amazing to me to see his memories to whom he is still keeping in his heart. One more picture......! 10 years ago when we were in class seven.
  6. (A story of the 7th of June) How Lord Vithoba came to Pandharpur It is said that the devotee Pundalik founded Pandharpur. His father Janudeva and mother Satyavati lived in a thick forest called Dandirvan. Pundalik was a devoted son but soon after his marriage he began to ill-treat his parents. To escape from their misery, the parents decided to go on a pilgrimage to Kashi. When Pundalik's wife learnt about this, she also decided to go. She and her husband joined the same group of pilgrims on horseback. While the son and his wife rode on horseback, the old couple walked. Every evening when the party camped for the night, the son forced his parents to groom the horses and do other jobs. The poor parents cursed the day they decided to go on a pilgrimage. Soon the party reached the ashrama of the great sage Kukkutswami. There they decided to spend a couple of nights. They were all tired and soon fell asleep-except Pundalik who could not sleep. Just before daybreak he saw a group of beautiful, young women, dressed in dirty clothes, enter the ashrama, clean the floor, fetch water and wash the swami's clothes. Then they entered the inner room of the ashrama, and came out in beautifully clean clothes and passing near Pundalik, vanished. Next night he saw the same sight again. Pundalik threw himself at their feet and begged them to tell who they were. They said they were Ganga, Yamuna and other holy rivers of India in which the Pilgrims bathed and washed their sins. Their clothes were dirtied by the sins of the bathing pilgrims. "And because of your ill-treatment of your parents," they said, "You are the greatest sinner." This brought about a complete change in him and he became the most devoted of sons. Now the parents' rode the horses while the son and his wife walked by their side. By their love and affection, the son and his wife urged the parents to give up the pilgrimage and return to Dandirvan. One day it so happened that Lord Krishna, the King of Dwarka, while feeling lonely, was reminded of his early days in Mathura. He particularly remembered his sports with the milkmaids, the cowherd boys, and his love, Radha. Though she was dead, he longed to see her again. By his divine powers he brought her back to life and seated her by his side. Just then his queen, Rukmini, entered the room. When Radha did not rise to pay her respect, Rukmini left Dwarka in anger and hid herself in Dandirvan forest. After some days, Lord Krishna set off in search of Rukmini. He first went to Mathura, then to Gokul. He played with cows, the milkmaids and cowherd boys. They too joined in the search. They went to Mount Govardhan also in her search. At last they reached the banks of the river Bhima in the Deccan. Krishna left his companions at Goplapura, and he himself entered Dandirvan forest alone in search of her. At last he found her and managed to calm her. Krishna and Rukmini came to Pundalik's ashrama. But at that time Pundalik was busy attending to his parents. Though he knew Lord Krishna had come to see him, he refused to pay his respect to the god before his duty towards his parents was done. He, however, threw a brick outside for lord Krishna to stand upon. Impressed by Pundalik's devotion to his parents, Lord Krishna did not mind the delay. Standing on the brick he waited for Pundalik. When Pundalik came out and begged God's pardon, Lord Krishna replied that far from being displeased, he was pleased with his love for his parents. Lord Krishna then ordered His worship on Vithoba, or God who stood upon a brick. An imposing temple was built at the place where Krishna and Pundalik had met. Inside the temple stands Krishna's image on a brick. By his side stands the image of Rukmini. Story source: http://www.4to40.com/story/katha/index.asp...thobapandharpur
  7. Kamal hai! Gandhi ki Indian itni badi??
  8. Dear my all schoolmates, Hey Arpana, Ranjita, Kusum, Rina, Anupama, Kalshi, Kanchan, Seema, Devi, Anjali and Asha......Now where are you my dear friends ? Yaaden..tumhari yaaden Har bakt mujhe yaad aati hai, Jab bhi tumhe yaad karu Dilko chir jaati hai......!! See the picture below , it was taken before 11 years ago when we all were in class 5th at RIBS. Today, I'm missing you my dear mates.
  9. QUOTE (Vipasha Kshetri @ Apr 14 2003, 06:46 AM) How's that? According to Hindus law, childrens have no authority to speaking their parent's name. Only woman know the name of her husband. In this way, maybe, he answered he have to ask to her mother.
  10. Yes, still having in South Indian states. When I was studying I.Sc. in Bangalore, I saw many students had been ragged by senior students. There were many bad cases by ragging in Karnataka. But it's never been with me during my 2 years period in Bangalore. I wonder Mostly, only Nepalese students are having this problem, why? I don't know the reason but that's rare true. Out of them, students from kathmandu are always in the hit list. It's also another true, that Nepalese students from wetern Nepal, never received any kinds of ragging in India. It's going on in South Indian states. I too personally disgrace in the name of Indian Higher Education, but what to do? India is the largest home for Nepalese students and there is no another option except to accept it, if we do not have enough seats to studying in our country. We have a big truth is that there is not enough capacity for all students in our country.
  11. QUOTE (Shivani Shahi @ Feb 19 2003, 02:50 AM) QUOTE (Rohit Shahi @ Feb 17 2003, 10:11 PM) Now, I'm getting puzzle. What did you heard about me and what kind of imagine you have? kasto santa manchhe thiyo ni, school life ma haina? Tesaile puzzle bha ho ki? Hu..HA..HA..HA..HA..AA..HA Just like........?
  12. Interesting.... After read above, it seems nice joke.
  13. QUOTE (Shivani Shahi @ Feb 19 2003, 03:54 AM) Unifying Nepalese around the World for better future I go to this one - Unifying Nepalese around the World for better future. This one is far better than all and if we see carefully, the sentence is also nice itself. By the way, who made this one? many thanks to him.
  14. QUOTE (Vipasha Kshetri @ Feb 20 2003, 01:31 PM) Timro sahar ma bechine patrika haina! Super.....! Timro sunsaan jindagi ma Harek palko nikhar aaos, Swayam sristi karta hairan hun yasari Ki testo mausam aaos.
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