Guru Purab SMS

Satgur Nanak Pargataya Mitti Dhund Jag
Channan Hoa.
Aap ji nu Sri Guru Nanak Dev
Ji De aagman purab dian Lakh-Lakh Vadhaiyian.



Celebrate Gurpurab with your loved ones/friends and family, and enjoy Guru Ji’s Divine Love and Blessings,,,,,,

Happy Gurupurab… 🙂


May happiness and blessings
surround you as we join together
to remember the beloved

Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji and the
Beginning of Sikhism.



“Nanak Naam chardi Kalaa,
Tere Bhane Sarbat Da Bhala”
Dhan Dhan Sahib Sri Guru Nanak Devji de aagman purab

Di aap sabh nu lakh lakh vadhaai….!!


Happy GURPURAB..!!


O my mind, keep the thoughts of True Lord forever inside you and feel the bliss of peace..
Happy Gurpurab…!! 🙂


Raj karega khalsa, aakee rahe naa koe,

Khwaar hoye sabh milenge bache sharan jo hoye
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

Happy Gurpurab….!


Nanak Nich kahe vichaar,
Waria na jaava ek waar,
Jo tud bhave sai bhali kaar,
Tu sada salamat nirankaar
Gurpurab Di Lakh Lakh Wadai..!!


Happy Gurpurab to all the Sikhs and to everyone who is a well-wisher of the ideals of Sikhism….



Happy GURPURAB..!!


May Guru Ji inspire you to achieve all your goals and May His blessings be with you in whatever you do!

Happy Gurpurab….


On this auspicious occasion of the birthday of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, I wish to convey you all my heartiest congratulations !!



Recipes For GuruPurab


5 Cups Rava or Coarsely Ground Wheat Flour or Mixture of Both
5 Cups Ghee
5 Cups Sugar

Heat ghee and add the rava or the flour. Fry, stirring constantly, till each grain is brown. Add sugar little by little and continue cooking till ghee separates and the sugar is blended well. No flavoring must be added. Serve hot.


2 Cups Whole Black Gram (Urad) Soaked In Water For 6 Hours
2 Tsps. Cumin Seeds
2 Tsps. Turmeric Powder
2 Tsps. Garam Masala
4 Onions, Chopped Fine
2 Tbsps. Ginger-Garlic Paste
1 Cup Ghee
Salt To Taste

Put all the ingredients (with 5 cups water) except ghee in a pressure cooker and cook till soft and blended. Pour hot ghee and serve with hot Tandoori Rotis or chapattis.


500 Gms. Cauliflower, Cut Into Large Pieces
6 Potatoes, Peeled And Quartered
1 Tbsp. Grated Ginger
1 Tbsp. Minced Garlic
3 Onions, Chopped Fine
3 Tomatoes, Chopped
1 Tbsp. Garam Masala Powder
1 Tsp. Turmeric Powder ½ Tsp. Cumin Seeds
2 Tbsps. Coriander Leaves, Chopped Fine
¾ Cup Oil
Salt To Taste


Heat oil and fry cumin seeds and onion till golden. Add ginger, garlic, tomatoes and cook till blended. Add cauliflower, peas and a little water. Add turmeric, Garam Masala, salt and cook covered on a slow fire till vegetables are done. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve.

CBSE vs. ICSE – It’s a war out there !!

There is a raging battle of sorts in the education fraternity. The two most reputed boards viz Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Council of Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) are at loggerheads regarding the grading system introduced by the Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister, Kapil Sibal. The nine-point grading system has come under flak from the CISCE chairperson, Neil O’Brien who has openly condemned the new system saying that their board is in no mood to follow the directive and awarding grades instead of marks.

The basic logic put forth is the unacceptance of the colleges to give recognition to the grading system after Class XII. As after Class X, the schools will again have to rivet back to the marks system due to the universities not giving grades any recognition, so there lies no point in adopting the grading system in Class X in the first place. The confusion over awarding grades instead of marks is also supported by the principals of ICSE schools in the NCR region.

The stress being laid by the CISCE Board is on the uniformity of pattern to be adopted by all schools, colleges and universities alike. Today, approximately 1,600 schools are affiliated with CISCE, while the majority lies with the CBSE with more than 9,000 schools under its affiliation. Moreover, the CBSE has planned to go ahead with the HRD’s directive. In view of the prevalent scenario of chaos among the various boards itself on the directives issued, the students are in affix as of now and only the future holds the key to the way forward!!

Guru Nanak Jayanti | Gurupurab

Guru Nanak Jayanti

Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated by the Sikh community all over the world and is one of the most important festivals in the Sikh calendar. The day marks the birthday of Guru Nanak Devji- the First Guru of the Sikhs and the founder of Sikhism.

Guru Nanak Devji was born on 14th April 1469, in Roi-Bhoi-di Talwandi in Pakistan which is now known by the name of Nankana Sahib. The birthday of Guru Nanak Sahib falls on Kartik Poornima, i.e., on full moon day in the auspicious month of Kartik. The celebrations are especially colourful in Punjab and Haryana.

The day prior to the Guru Nanak Jayanti, a procession is organized which is led by the Panj Pyaras – The Five Beloved Ones. The procession is headed by the ‘Panj Pyaras’ carrying the Sikh flag, known as the Nishan Sahib and the Palki – the palanquin carrying the holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib. The procession is lead by teams of singers singing hymns, brass bands playing different tunes and devotees singing the chorus. The interesting part of the procession is the ‘Gatka’ teams – the Martial Arts team that display their skills at swordsmanship and martial arts in the procession. The entire procession of devotees, singers and martial arts team proceeds through the streets and lanes of the town, which are covered with buntings and decorated especially for this occasion.

On the day of the Gurpurab, the day begins early in the morning with the singing of morning hymns together with lectures and recitation of hymns in praise of the Guru. After that, a special community lunch or Langar is arranged at the Gurudwara Sahib. The idea behind the free communal lunch is that people should be offered food in the spirit of service to the community, equality towards all humans and sublime devotion for God.

IIIE August Examination Result

IIIE August 2009 Examination Result Has Been Published You Can view the results of IIIE August 2009 from the official site of the (IIIE).

To view the results of IIIE August 2009, go to the following link:

Contact Info:

National Headquarters,
Plot No. 103,
Sector 15
CBD Belapur,
Navi Mumbai – 400 614
Tel.: 022-27563837, 27562562 Telefax : 022-27578526
E-mail :

Best of Luck to all the students!!

University of Rajasthan Examination Results

The University of Rajasthan

The University of Rajasthan has declared the results for the year 2009 for different courses.

For the University of Rajasthan Results 2009, click the below link:

Best of Luck to all the aspiring students!!

Chhat Puja


Chhath is mainly a festival celebrated in Bihar twice a year – once, in the summers (May-July), called the Chaiti Chhath, and once in the winter (September-November) around a week after Deepawali, called the Kartik Chhath.

This is a ritual bathing festival which is celebrated for 3 days. During this period, the worshiper observes ritual purity, and sleeps on the floor on a single blanket. Once they decide to do it, it becomes their duty to perform it every year. In Hindu religion, sun is worshipped as a god and in Chath, the Sun God and the rivers are worshipped.

On the eve of Chhath, houses and surroundings are cleaned. One the first day of the festival, the worshiper cooks a traditional vegetarian meal and offers it to the Sun God. This day is called Naha-Kha (which means ‘Bathe and eat’!). The worshiper allows herself/himself only one meal on this day.

On the second day, a special ritual, called Kharna, is performed in the evening after Sun down. On this day also, the worshiper eats his/her only meal from the offerings (Prashad) made to the Sun God in this ritual. Friends and family are invited to the household on this day to share the Prashad of the ritual.

On the third day and main day devotees go to the rivers and ponds, singing folk and devotional songs and offering prayers to the rising sun. The same day the devotees also offer prayers to the setting sun.

Nursery Admission Procedure to start in City schools only after Dec 15

All city schools will now start their nursery admission after December 15 according to Directorate of Education. The Education Director has stipulated that the admission schedule will have to start from Dec 15 to 31. But some schools in the Capital have already announced the dates for sale of forms. As per the court orders, the schools are free to decide the dates for sale of forms, provided the DOE has no objection to it. But, no school shall start their admission procedure before December 15.

The guidelines for nursery admissions will be finalized in a week and circulars will be sent to the schools soon afterwards. While the schools are within their rights to follow their own admission schedule, they are required to intimate the DOE, in case they plan to deviate from the said set of guidelines. DOE will issue more directives about admissions in early next week. All this is done to ensure the convenience of the parents regarding the admission process, as DOE feels that the parents will benefit more, if all schools issue forms within the same timeframe.

Happy Dhanteras Messages & SMS | Dhanteras Greetings

Deepak ki roshni Mithayio ki mithas
Patako ki bochar Dan Daan ki barsat
Har pal Har din Aapke liye laye Danteras ka tyohar
Happy Danteras.

Dinodin badhta jaye apka karobar,
pariwar me bana rahe sneh aur pyar,
hoti rahe sada apar dhanki bochar,
aisa ho apka DHANTERAS ka tyohar.

Laxmi devi ka nur aapke upar barse,
har koi apse loan lene ko tarse,
Bhagvan aapko de THELE bhar bhar ke paise,
ki aap chiller pane ko tarse.”HappyDHANTERAS..”

Khub meete meete pakwan khaye,
sehat me char chand lagaye,
log to sirf chand par gaye hai
aap us se bhi upar jaye,
Diwali par hamari yahi hai shubhkamnaye
Happy Dhanteras!!

Deep Jalte Jagmagate rahe,
Hum aapko Aap hame yaad aate rahe,
Jab tak zindagi hai, Dua hai hamari
Aap Chand ki tarah Jagmagate rahe.
Happy Dhanteras!!

give 10 thngs in lyf
T=T alent
S=S aubhagya
wish u & ur family
Happy Dhanterash!!

God’s blessing may cum as
a surprise
And how much U receive
Depends on how much
Ur Heart can believe.
May U be blessed beyond
wat U expect..
“Subh Dhanteras”.

Diwali e-card

Happy Diwali