Today Shri Tripda sanskar Kendra Pri School Celebrated Independence Day

Today 15 August 2017 in My school Shri Gayatri Parivar Trast Borsad managed by Shri Tripda Bal Sanskar Kendra Primary School Borsad celebrated 71th Independence Day.Chief Guest was my school Trasty Shri Jivanbhai fuulabhai patel.He had flaghosting.Dwaj Raxak was my school teacher Shrimati Mayuriben Patel.She was very good working of flag hosting ceremony.All school staff working good.Hole program uncaring by School Principal Shri Vipulkumar prajapati.(means I)program starts with Gayatri Maha Mantra.After vipulbhai school principal welcomes by  all of guests and parents and students.All of guests give Push Gucch.After Mayurimedam headlining flag hosting ceremony. Chief Guest Shri jivanbhai give speech about schools progress and Independence day.School chairmen Prakashbhai Shah also give speech about schools activities and Independence day. 

During this program Lions club Rotary club, Iner wheel club members present here.They give every year Prize of our school students.This year they give prize of Mehdi Competition,Hair style and Fancy Dress competition first and second Winner. A Sweet Laddu had give all of people by school management. Here is some pictures of  Today Shri Tripda sanskar Kendra Pri School Celebrated Independence Day.

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Shitala Satam Vrat Story in Gujarati

Shitala satam festival is dedicated to Goddess Shitala.Shitala satam is observed in Shravan month's seventh day of vad paksh.On this day merried women observed vrat.They eat cold food hole day.Here is Shitala Satam Vrat Story in Gujarati.

 


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Today Our Home Celebration Shitala Satam-Goddess Shitala Pooja-Shitala Satam Special Recipe

Today Shravan Vad Satam( 7th Day of Dark fortnight) our home celebration Shitala satam festival.We are gets up early morning.We are bath with cold water.Mostly married women observed this vrat.Today we not fire any gas stove or wooden stove.our family members meet pooja room where put goddess shitala ma pooja house.We prepare pooja dish.We doing shitala ma pooja with Ghee Divo, Milk,Chundari and kumkum.We also give a shrifal prasad.After pooja we heard a story of Goddess Shitala.Hole day we eat cold food making previous da randhan chath like Dhebra,Puri,Bhajiya ,Handvo and many more.


Here is some photographs of Celebrating Shitala satam.

Shitala Ma vrat Pooja Thali

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Shitala Satam Date 14 August and Pooja Muhurt 2017-Shitala Satam Celebration Pictures

Shitala Satam is popularly known as Shitala Shasti and is dedicated to Goddess Shitala. Shitala Satam, popularly known as Shitala Shasti, is dedicated to Goddes Shitla. the goddess of pox and measles. It is observed for the welfare of children and others and to escape from measles and small pox. Shitala Satam is observed on Seventh day of Shravan month.This Year Shitala Satam Festival is observed on 14th August.


Shitala Satam Date and Shubh Muhurt

Shitala Satam Puja Muhurat - 06:17 to 19:06
Duration - 12 Hours 48 Mins
Saptami Tithi Begins - 21:31 on 13th August 2017
Saptami Tithi Ends - 19:45 on 14th August 2017

Shitala Satam Celebration Pictures

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Janmashtami Special Parnu, Jula (swing) Decoration

Shri Krishna Birthday known as janmashtami,Gokul Astami and many more.Hindu people grand celebrate this festival.During Janmashtami, kids decorate the pooja room and set up a different theme every year to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna.


From using rope lights to decorating with flowers and toys, Bal Gopal idols are set with full charm and love inside the house. There are many ways of decorating Krishna idol at home. In most of the houses, the baby Krishna idols are used for decorations. This is to signify the birth of Lord Krishna and adorn the childish and naught avatar of Him.

On this day Krishna temples an hindu people decorate temples and Parnu(Swing).Small Bal gopal (Lord Krishna) sitting on swing.(Parnu).Beautiful decorate parnu.

Here is Janmashtami special Decorated Parnu Video.Must watch.



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How to fold and tie Indian National Flag for Independence day and Republic day

Every Year India celebrate Two National Festival grand celebration.One Independence day of india and Republic day.During this festivals all Indian schools,collages and government offices doing flag hosting ceremony. So this ceremone Here is we serve How to fold and tie Indian National Flag for Independence day and Republic day.

➤First you hold the flag from two corners of one of the sides of smaller length and tell your friend to hold the other two corners.The tri color should face up.

➤Then fold the flag in half keeping the fold parallel with the stripes.

➤Now fold the flag three times in the other direction. Each of the three folds should be equal in size to the other folds.

➤Now the folding is complete and Keep the flag of India in a respectable place and handle with care. 

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Indian Flag Hosting Rules and timing for Independence Day and Republic day

Mahatma Gandhi Said "A flag is a necessity for all nations. Millions have died for it. It is no doubt a kind of idolatry which would be a sin to destroy. For, a flag represents an Ideal The unfurling of the Union Jack evokes in the English breast sentiments whose strength it is difficult to measure. The Stars and Stripes mean a world to the Americans. The Star and the Crescent will call forth the best bravery in Islam."

"It will be necessary for us Indians Muslims, Christians Jews, Parsis, and all others to whom India is their home-to recognize a common flag to live and to die for." 


Here is Information about According to Indian Government Indian Flag Hosting Rules and timing for Independence Day and Republic day.

➤The flag should be a 3:2 aspect ratio rectangle.

➤Whoever in any public place or within public view burns/mutilates/tramples upon or otherwise brings into contempt the Indian National Flag or any part thereof, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.

➤A member of public, a private organisation or an educational institution may hoist/display the National Flag on all days and occasions, ceremonial or otherwise. Consistent with the dignity and honor of the National Flag.

➤The National Flag should occupy the position of honor when displayed.

➤A damaged Flag should not be displayed.

➤The Flag should not be flown from a single mast head simultaneously with other flags.

➤The flag shall not be dipped in salute to any person or thing.

➤The flag must not be used for any commercial purpose.

➤When the Flag is displayed on a speaker’s platform, it should be flown on the speaker’s right as he faces the audience or flat against the wall, above and behind the speaker.

➤When the Flag is displayed flat and horizontal on a wall, the saffron band should be upper most and when displayed vertically, the saffron band shall be on the right with reference to the Flag (i.e. left to the person facing the Flag).

➤No other flag or bunting should be placed higher than or above or side by side with the National Flag; nor should any object including flowers or garlands or emblem be placed on or above the Flag-mast from which the flag is flown.

➤The Flag should not be used as a festoon, rosette or bunting or in any other manner of decoration.
The flag should not be flown at half mast except on occasions on which such notice is issued by the Government.

➤When flown at half-mast, the Flag shall be hoisted to the peak for an instant, then lowered to the half-mast position, but before lowering the Flag for the day, it shall be raised again to the peak.

➤The flag must not touch the ground or the floor or trail in water.

➤The flag should be flown from sunrise to sunset (to the extent possible) irrespective of weather conditions. The Flag may be flown at night only under very special circumstances.

➤If the flag is damaged or soiled, it shall be destroyed as a whole in private, preferably by burning or any other method consistent with the dignity of the flag.

➤The flag shall be hoisted briskly and lowered slowly and ceremoniously.

➤Only flower petals can be held within the Flag before being unfurled as part of celebrations on special occasions on National Days.

➤Everyone present should stand in attention facing the Flag while it is being hoisted.
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