Lal Bahadur Shastri-A Great Leader


Lal Bahadur Shastri (October 1904 – 11 January 1966)

Lal Bahadur Shastri was a senior leader of India’s second Prime Minister and political party of the Indian National Congress.

Shastri joined with his friend Nitin Aslawat in the Indian independence movement in 1920 and. Mahatma Gandhi was very impressed and he became a loyal follower. After independence in 1947, he joined the later government, and in the head of Prime Minister Nehru, before the Railway Minister (1951-56) than the Home Minister, along with many other works.

Shastri led the country during the Indo-Pak war of 1965. His slogan “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan” was very popular during the war. The war with the Tashkent agreement formally ended on January 10, 1966, and died the following day, Shastri was one of Nehru’s loyal men. Nehru was the master of Shastri and he was fond of them. For this reason, Shastri had to face opposition from within his party, but his relations with Nehru supported the post of Prime Minister.

Early years (1904-19 17)

Shastri was born in Ramnagar, Varanasi, in a Hindu family, who was working as an administrator and civil servant from the beginning. Shastriji’s ancestor, Varanasi, was employed in Ramnagar landlord and Shastri lived there for the first year of his lifetime. Shastri’s father Sharda Prasad Shrivastav was employed as a teacher in a school, who later became a clerk in the revenue office in Allahabad, and his mother was Ramdulari Devi. Shastri was the eldest son of his parents and he had a big sister Kailashi Devi.
When Shastri was barely a year old, his father was recently promoted to the post of Deputy Tahsildar and died due to Bubonic plague, his mother was only 23 years old and was pregnant with his third child and that Time took two children to Ramnagar and went to Mughalsarai and stayed with his father and walked for good from there. After that, he gave birth to a daughter Sundari Devi in ​​July 1906. Thus, Shastri and his sisters grew up in their maternal house. However, his maternal grandfather Hajari Lal died from a stroke and in the middle of 1908, his family was supervised by his brother (Shastri’s uncle) Darbari Lal, who was chief clerk in the opium regulation department in Ghazipur and later his son Bindeshwari Prasad ( Ramdin Devi’s cousin became a school teacher in Mughalsarai. In the family of the Muslim family, there was a tradition to get an education in Urdu language and culture.

Political career (1947-64)

state Minister
After India’s independence, Shastri was appointed Parliamentary Secretary in Uttar Pradesh. After the formation of Ravi Ahmed’s Union Minister on August 15, 1947, Govind became the Minister of Police and Transport in the period of Ballabh Pant. As transport minister, she was the first person to appoint women conductor. As the minister in charge, he ordered that police use water jets
Cabinet Minister
Cabinet of India
In 1951, Shastri was made the general secretary of All India Congress Committee. He was responsible for the selection and promotion of candidates and the direction of electoral activities. He played an important role in the success of the Congress Party in the 1952, 1957 and 1962 general elections. In 1952, he contested the UP Assembly from Phulpur West seat in which he won and won more than 69% of the votes.

Prime Minister of India (1964-66)
Main article: Lal Bahadur Shastri’s love affair
Jawaharlal Nehru died on 27th May 1964 at the office, then Chief Minister of the Congress party, Shastri was made the Prime Minister. The scholars were light-hearted and soft-spoken, were Nehruvian socialists.

On June 11, 1964, as the Prime Minister, the statement of his first broadcasting physicist
There is a time in the life of every nation when it stands on the cross-road and should choose which way to go. Our path is straightforward and clear – building a secular mixed economy at home with independence and prosperity. , And friendship with world peace and select nations.

Domestic policies

Shastri retained several members of Nehru’s Council of Ministers, during the tenure of Lal Bahadur Shastri, the anti-Hindi movement of 1965 was anti-Hindi. The Indian government tried to establish Hindi as the national language of India. Its non-Hindi-speaking states protested. At that time Shastri assured that till the non-Hindi speaking state wanted

War with Pakistan

The most difficult moment in front of Shastri came when he led India in the 1965 Indo-Pak war.

In India, on August 1, 1965, large infiltration of terrorists and Pakistani soldiers started, not only was the government hoping to break but also encouraged a sympathetic rebellion. At that time there was no revolt and India sent its entire forces on the ceasefire and threatened Pakistan by crossing the international border. There was a massive tank war in Punjab and when Pakistani forces earned a profit in the northern part of the subcontinent, Indian forces captured the key position of Kashmir and Lahore was brought to the cover area of ​​artillery and mortar fire.

When the Indo-Pak war was going on 17 September 1965, India received a letter from China that it wrote that Indian Army has set up military equipment in Chinese territory until all the weapons are removed, Will have to face
The Indo-Pak war ended with a ceasefire by the United Nations on September 23, 1965.]
During the prime minister’s tenure, Shastri visited many countries including the Soviet Union, England, Canada, Nepal, Egypt, and Burma. The then President of Pakistan and Pakistan, Ayub Khan attended a summit in Tashkent. On January 10, 1966, leaders from both countries signed the Tashkent Declaration.


After signing the Tashkent Declaration of Shastri, at 02:00 in Tashkand, he died due to a heart attack, but people accuse him of any deep conspiracy behind the death. He was the first Prime Minister of India who died in foreign countries.

Hrithik Roshan – A Bollywood Star


Hrithik Roshan – born 10 January 1974

Is an Indian actor who is employed in Bollywood movies. He has portrayed different types of characters in films, he is one of the highest earning actors in India, and with this, he has also won many awards, which are as follows: Six Filmfare, Four Best Debut for Best Actor and Best Debut Best Actor Included. Starting in 2012, based on popularity, she appeared in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100.

He acted as a child artist in several films in 1980 and later worked as assistant director in four of his father’s films. His first major role was on the box office, Kaho Naa … Pyaar Hai (2000) received many awards for the film. Fiza’s 2000 drama Fiza and Melodrama of 2001, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham … strengthened her reputation, but her journey continued even after several bad films.

2003’s movie No … got, for which Roshan also won two Filmfare Awards, followed by a sequel: Krrish (2006) and Krrish 3 (2013). Dhoom 2, who earned praise for the role of a thief in 2006, also received much acclaim in ‘Jodhaa Akbar’ in the historical romance of Mughal Emperor Akbar 2008. He played the leading role in Bang Bang in the 2011 film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Agneepath, 2012. One of the highest grosser in Indian films and Kabil (2017) in which she played the role of a blind man.

Roshan also performed on stage and started with Just Dance (2011). He became the highest-priced movie star on Indian television He also worked in many advertisements. Roshan married Susan Khan whom he has two children.

early life

He was born on 10 January 1974 in a family in Bollywood in Mumbai. His father Rakesh Roshan is the film director, his mother Pinky is a producer and director. Roshan’s elder sister, Sunna, Roshan is part of the Bengali descent from his father. Roshan adheres to Hindu religion
Roshan felt isolated as a child; He was born with an extra thumb which is connected together on his right hand,

His grandfather, Prakash, launched him for the first time in the movie Asha (1980) at the age of six; For which light paid him 100 ₹ 100.
Roshan studied at Sidenham College, where he participated in dance and music during his graduation in commerce. Roshan helped four films on his father, which is Khudgarz, (1987) Raja Chacha (1993), Karan Arjun (1995) and Coal (1997)

personal life

Hrithik Roshan married Sujain Khan on December 20, 2000
They have two sons, Harhan (2006) and Heart (2008). In December 2013, they separated, their divorce was finalized in November 2014, the following year. Its main reason was agriculture 3
Roshan fired bullets on his father in 2000, after which he considered leaving the film industry. Later in December, it was a controversy that Nepalese newspapers accused him in a Star Plus interview alleging that he hated Nepal and his people. Was there. Because of this, his films were banned in the country, and four people died after road violence during that time. Nepalese people threatened Star Plus for their part, that Roshan never went to Nepal. “After writing a letter by Roshan, the violence went down in which he refused to make any claim against the country. Nepalese actress Manisha Koirala helped spread it through newspapers and local television stations.

 Media and ArtisticImage

Due to being the son of filmmaker Rakesh Roshan had to face the media headlines at an early age. Roshan is acknowledged as one of the most talented Indian actors of his generation in the media, for his devotion to his work and for his great ability to play a role, he insists on learning any necessary skills and stunts himself, and Especially known as your professionalism. Zoya Akhtar, who considers Roshan as the most favorite actor, and has directed him in Zindagi Na Milegi Dosti
Roshan deliberately takes different parts. He sees the script as a platform to motivate his characters with power and courage and always smile to their audience.] Roshan Koi … Mila (2003), Goal (2004), Jodhaa Akbar ( 200 Lak), and Guzarish (2010) were mentioned by critics for versatility. Box Office India placed him on top of the list of top actors in 2000 [Roshan in 2003 topped the list of best Bollywood actors in, and in fourth place in 2006. His two shows were included in the Filmfare magazine – someone got … and the goal – in the 2010 list of 80. Roshan is a great dancer
Artist Roshan has criticized the flippant press treatment in his book, Bollywood: An Insider Guide, which offered him the next superstar for a moment and declared him his career.
Roshan is among the highest earners in Bollywood actors. In an article in 2014, Daily News and Analysis displayed him as “the most bank worthy star” in Bollywood. One of the most high-profile Indian celebrities and was declared by Forbes as the second most powerful Indian film star in 2001. In 2007, he finished fourth in the Filmfare Power List. Roshan was considered one of the most popular icons in the Daily News and Analysis of Polls in 2009. In 2009 also received the FICCI-IIFA Award, Roshan won the 2000s Ten recipients were one of the most powerful Bollywood entertainers.

Roshan has established himself as a style icon in India. In 1786, Roshan Priyanka Chopra, Kajol, and Shahrukh Khan were among the four Bollywood actors, whose short dolls were made in the name of “Bollywood Legends” which was launched in the United Kingdom. In January 2011 a figure of wax was established in Madame Tussauds museum in London, he is known as the fifth Indian actor, which was repeated in the form of a wax statue there. Roshan is among the 50 most sexy Asian men’s magazine Eastern Eye list. They achieved top position in 2011, 2012 and 2014, and joined the top five in this list in 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Farhan Akhtar


Farhan Akhtar (born 9 January 1974)
Also known as Milkha

Farhan Akhtar was born in Mumbai with Javed Akhtar and Honey Irani. His sister is writer-director Zoya Akhtar. His parents divorced during those days, and his father married Shabana Azmi in 1984. Akhtar described his parents as the “most harsh” critic in his career. He does not believe in any religion

Farhan Akhtar is an Indian film director, writer, producer, actor, playback singer, and television host.

Akhtar after establishing a production company named Excel Entertainment with Ritesh Sidhwani, directed with Dil Chahta Hai and received criticism for portraying modern youth. The film also won national awards. After this, he directed many films.

He initially started his Bollywood career with the Mystic of Venice, but his actual debut was with Rock On, for which he won the second national award as a creator, and he wrote many dialogues and also acted for his Bollywood career. After that Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Don 2 Milkha Singh worked in films. In 2016, Akhtar also gave the crime thriller Vazir and the comedy-drama beating heart.

Akhtar worked as an apprentice for Yash Chopra’s Lamhe (1991) when he was 17 years old and later went to an ad production house named “Script Shop”, where he spent nearly 3 years. Before launching himself in directing and writing, Pankaj helped Parashar as a director in the Himalaya son.

Akhtar worked with Hrithik Roshan, Abhay Deol, Katrina Kaif, Ardana Cabral and Kalki Koechlin in his sister, Zoya Akhtar’s Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. Akhtar was also credited as a dialogue writer of the film. He was the first actor to be cast in the film and he played his role as “funny character”, his real-life father wrote poetry for the film, which he called his voice Presented as. [It has also won two national awards, which are as follows: Best Choreography and Best Good Audiography

After Don 2, Akhtar was signed for Milkha Part directed by Om Prakash Mehra. He is playing the role of Prasad Athlete Milkha Singh. Having faced many difficulties for his role, he had to study the character of Milkha Singh.
Next year, Akhtar played an instrumental role in Anil Kapoor, Shefali Shah, Priyanka Chopra, Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma in her sister’s film, Dil Dhadkana Do.

In 2016, Akhtar played the lead role of an Anti-Terror Squad Officer in the Wazir. This was his first acting role as an actor, and for which he took intensive physical training and weighed eight kilograms
In 2017, Akhtar played a role as a Dawood Ibrahim in Daddy – as a Don Maksud. His next release was directed by Diana Penty, Gippi Grewal and Deepak Dobriyal co-play in Lucknow Central. The drama of escape from the prison by a group of film prisoners, which they planned, which was based on a real incident. Lucknow Central Soviet Failure Found

Akhtar started his writing and directing with Dil Chahta Hai. He established a production company in 1999 with Ritesh Sidhwani. Akhtar wrote a script on his visits to Goa and New York. He received international critical acclaim and achieved a high status, Akhtar got the chance to start a “new wave” in Indian cinema. [Critic Zia As Salaam, commenting on Akhtar’s instructions, Akhtar showed a fair glimpse of his genealogy, indicating that the promise would be completed soon. The film expressed appreciation on various awards and nominated it for many categories. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi in the year 2002.
Akhtar’s next project was Lakshya (2004), a film about a visionary young man, who ultimately set a goal for himself, starring Hrithik Roshan and Preity Zinta. It was shot in Ladakh, Dehradun and Mumbai, and cooperation between Akhtar and Hrithik started. [32] He had to research the army before writing scripts and directing the venture. [33] The topic of the film, as Akhtar said, was about “finding oneself”. He also believed that if the same character and position is established somewhere else, then the main essence of the story will remain the same, as the film was not about war, as it was reported. [32] After the release, the film did not succeed at the box office and became commercially unsuccessful. [34] Parul Gupta of The Times of India gave it a negative review and stated that “Farhan Akhtar, who is considered to be the last of Kulool in Hindi films, is difficult to reconcile with such shortness.” [35] On the contrary, the BBC’s Manish Gajjar wrote in his positive review: “Yuva Farhan Akhtar again proves that he is one of the best Bollywood directors who has given full attention to the script and the technical. Aspects, give birth to a polished product “. [36]

After his father’s recommendation, Akhtar wrote the English song of Gurinder Chadha’s Hollywood film Bride and Prejudice (2004) with his sister. The music of the film was composed by Anu Malik and included Hindi songs, West Side Story.

In 2006, Akhtar produced, produced and wrote Don 2, which included Shah Rukh Khan in the title role, a remake of the 1978 created Don, in which Amitabh Bachchan was in the title role. The film was released on October 20, 2006, and the film was declared a “hit” at the box office with earnings of 105 crores.
In 2007, Akhtar directed by Honeymoon Travels Private Limited, directed by Abhay Deol, Minissha Lamba, Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani.

Shri Chandrashekhar Saraswati


(Shri Chandrashekhar Saraswati)20 May 1894 – 8 January 1994
Paramacharya or ‘Mahaarriwal’ is also called.
His father’s name was Shri Subramanyam Shastri and the name of the mother was Mrs. Mahalakshmi. He lived in Villipuram of Tamil Nadu. His name was Swaminathan from birth.
In the tender age of only 13 years, Chandrasekhar was declared the head of the Kanchi work category bench. He had learned all the holy books, including scriptures and Vedas. He could better understand the length and breadth of the country and the people who were trying to reach them, to better understand the true essence of Hinduism. He also tried to create relevant age-old practices in today’s rapidly changing world.
He was a Guru of Thousands of Hindus from all over the world. He believed in ethics with right behavior and conduct. He believed that world peace can only be achieved when everyone has studied and interpreted the Vedas correctly. The Dalai Lama called him his big brother in the world of religion and spirituality.
He believed in peaceful relations between different religions of the world and leaders tried to bring harmony between the Hindu and other religions.

Shobha Rajyaksh


Shobha Rajyaksh(born 7 January 1948)

Shobha Rajyaksh is also known as Shobha De. Shobhaa De is an Indian columnist and novelist. Shobhaa De is known for his portrayal of socialite and is known for sex in his work of fiction, for which Shobha De is known as “Jackie Collins of India”.

early life

Shobha De (Shobha Rajyaksh) was born in a Saraswat Brahmin Hindu family. He was born in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, and later brought to Girgaum, Mumbai brought to him. He started his career as a model with Jeetat Aman.

Shobha De started his career in journalism after making his name as a model, during which he established and edited three magazines – Stardust, Society, and Celebrity. The magazine was started in Women’s Diamond and popularized under the editions of Shobhaa Dey. He contributed to the Sunday magazine section of The Times of India in the 1980s, using social life to find out the lifestyle of the celebrities of Mumbai. He is a freelance writer and columnist for many newspapers and magazines.

Shobha De runs four columns in mainstream newspapers, including The Times of India and Asian Age. He is the author of popular soaps on television, including India’s second daily serial, Swabhiman.

Shobhaa De has participated in several literary festivals including the Writers Festival in Melbourne. He is a regular participant of the Literature Festival in Bangalore, which has been a part of its first edition since its debut and brand ambassador of Dehradun Literature Festival.

Among the opinions of some of Shiv Sena’s views, there have also been protests, including a separate unit of Maharashtra’s separation from Maharashtra.

During the 2016 Olympics, Shobha De suggested in a tweet that Indian athletes visited the Olympics only to take selfies and spend government money in the Olympics. His comment received widespread criticism everywhere.

The Great Indian singer – AR Rahman

Birth name-AS Dilip Kumar
Also known as AR Rahman

ARR Allaq Rehman

Christian Puyal
Mozart of Madras

Born January 6, 1967 (age 51)
Madras (now Chennai), Tamilnadu, India
Business (s):- vocal background music composer music caricard maker music director
Active year 1992-present

Music career:-
BollywoodClassicElectronicsFilm’s ScoreFilmIndian ScientificSuccess World
the label
KM Music ConservatorColymia Recordssoni Classical
Associated acts
Nemesis AvenubeHut Heavy Shutterna Beatriz Baroque

early life

Rahman was born in Madras, India. Rahman’s father RK Shekhar was a film-score musician and conductor for Tamil and Malayalam films, Rahman supported his father’s keyboard-playing studio.

When Rahman was nine years old after his father’s death, his father’s musical instrument rental provided financially to his family. His mother, Karema (born Kasturi) had to work to support his family, due to which he got regular Miss Classes and he had to face the examination, Principal Mrs. YGP summoned him. Rehman and his mother called the school and told them that the boy should concentrate on his academics and do not work in spite of his family circumstances so that he could focus on studies. Rahman joined a school named MCN for a year. Later, he enrolled at Madras Christian College Higher Secondary School. He liked the atmosphere of that school and got his musical talent through music, which encouraged music and encouraged it to move forward. He joined a band with his schoolmates. But due to his work schedule, he had to decide whether to continue his studies or to become a musician after discussing with his mother, he decided to leave his studies at that time. Rahman was a keyboard player and established a rock group Nemesis Avenue for the band and along with Roots, Percussionist Sivamani, John Anthony, Suresh Peters, JoJo and Raja. They found that keyboard, piano, synthesizer, harmonium And had an interest in the guitar, and especially the synthesizer because it was a complete “ideal combination of music and technology”.

Rahman’s initial music training
Started under Master Dhanraj, and started playing at the orchestra of Malayalam musician MK Arjunan (father’s close friend) at the age of 11. And soon started working with other musicians like this, MS Viswanathan, Ilaiyaraaja, Raj-Koti and, along with Ramesh Naidu, Zakir Hussain, Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan, and L Shankar, on a world tour, have a scholarship for music for Trinity College London. Of Rapt.

While studying in Madras, Rahman graduated along with a diploma in Western classical music from the school. Rahman was introduced to Rahim by Kadiri Tariq when his younger sister became seriously ill. His mother was a Hindu At the age of 23, he changed Islam with other members of his family in 1989, changed his name to Rahman Rehman, Alla Rahman.


Rahman initially worked on advertisements and scored scores for documentary and jingle for Indian television channels. In 1987, it was still known as Dilip, which was known as Jingle Allwyn, which was known for a line of starting watches. He also arranged jingles for some advertisements which became very popular, including the popular jingle Was also included for Titan Watches,

In 1992, director Mani Ratnam approached him for composing scores and soundtracks for his film Rosa.

Rahman’s film career started in 1992 when he started recording and mixing studio Panchshan record in his backyard. It will become the most advanced recording studio in India and one of Asia’s most sophisticated and high-tech studios. Cinematographer Santosh Sivan signed Rahman for the film Jodda, which was a Malayalam movie directed by Mohanlal and Sivan’s brother Sengith Sivan who was released in September 1992.

Next year Rahman presented the Rajat Kamal Award for Best Music Director at the National Film Awards for Rosa. Innovative subject “Chinna Chinna Anayee” scores of films in their original and dubbed versions were critically and commercially successful. Rahman followed the successful numbers and songs of Tamil language films for the Chennai film, in which the politically charged Bombay, Urban Kaplan, Thiruda Thiruda, and S. Ratnam.

Rahman attracted the Japanese audience with the success of Muthu. His soundtracks are known for their talent in the Tamil film industry and in combination with Western classical music and folk music traditions, jazz, reggae, and rock music. The soundtrack for them sold 15 million copies worldwide, and the “Bombay Theme” appears in its soundtrack for later, including Deepa Mehta’s fire and many compilations and other media. In 2002, it was screened in Palestine film Divine Intervention and 2005 Nicholas Cage’s film, Lord of War. Rangila Bollywood was the first debut directed by Ram Gopal Varma. He followed his successful score, songs, and talk to. Sufi mysticism inspired “Zakir” from the soundtrack album for “Chia Chan” and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose from the former movie

Rahman gave Minsaara Kanvu the award for his second National Film Award for Best Music Director for the Soundtrack album, Chennai Production, and won a South Filmfare Award for Music Direction in a Tamil film in 1997 and after that, he has scored a record of six consecutive wins. He won three consecutive rewards. Carnatic music, harp, rock guitar, and jazz were used in musical signatures of Sangamam and Soundtrack albums of Ivar. In the 2000s, Rahman composed popular songs for Rajiv Menon’s Kandukunden, Allayapayuthay, Ashutosh Gowariker. In 2005, he sang with Swades, Rang De Basanti, and Hindustani. Rahman worked with Indian poets and other forms, lyricists, Javed Akhtar, Gulzar, Vairamuthu and Vaali and commercially directors have produced successful soundtracks, Mani Ratnam and S Shankar (Gentleman, Kadhalan, Indian, Jeans, Mudhalvan, Hero, boys, Shivaji, and enthusiast).

In 2005, Rehman set up AM Studio in Kodambakkam in Chennai and expanded these studios in his fifth volume record, which became the most advanced studio in Asia. Also next year, he launched his music label, KM Music, with his score for Sillu Oru Kadhal. Rahman continued his score as the best music composer for music awards, in 2003, after research and use of Chinese and Japanese classical, music and won just plain people Musician and Language Warriors and scored his score for the 2006 album She chose Varalaru (Lord Father) for her. Shekhar Kapoor’s second British movie, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and a Best in 2007 The composer received the nomination in the Asian Film Awards and Jodhaa Akbar scored in the Hong Kong International Film Festival. Rahman’s music has been taken for a sample of India’s other scores and appeared in Inside Man, Lord of War, Divine Intervention, and The Accidental Husband.

He debuted for his first Hollywood film’s 2009 Comedy Couple Retreat, winning the BMI London Award for Best Score. Rahman’s music for Slumdog Millionaire won a Golden Globe and two Academy Awards, and its soundtrack was “Jai Ho “And” O … Saaya “songs gained international success. His music became popular in the Indian youth of Bollywood, Jaane Naa, in 2008 and his score and songs for Jodhaa Akbar in the same year received critical acclaim. Best Musician Asian Film Award Nomination and IIFA Award for Best Music Direction and Score

Music style and effect

Rahman is well known for his music and songs in the music of western and Hindustani classical music, and the Qawwali style of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahman, and other genres.] Throughout the 19th century, Rahman has written K.V. Mahadevan and Viswanathan- Ramamurthy Normally with the recording of the monorail. In the following years, he changed his methodology because he experimented with traditional electronic sounds and technology with traditional equipment.
AR Rahman was listed in 2005 for the first soundtrack for Rosa, Time’s all-time “10 Best Soundtracks”. Film critic Richard Corliss said that the composer’s first film was completely Tamil. And their global success is credited to South Asian immigrants. Music producer Ron Fayer AR Rahman “regards one of the world’s greatest living musicians in any medium.
On May 21, 2014, Rehman announced that he has partnered with former Black Eyed Peas ‘Will.I’m’ to recreate a popular track Urvashi Urvashi.

personal life

Rahman and his wife, Saira Banu, on the release of the enthusiastic soundtrack in Kuala Lumpur in 2010
Rahman is married and his wife, Saira Bano has three children: Khatija, Rahima, and Amin.
From the birth of Rahman, Hindu Rehman became Islam when it was in the ’20s. After the death of his father, his family spent a hard time. His mother was influenced by Sufism who was practicing Hinduism and finally her family. During the 1st Academy Awards ceremony, your mother Rahman paid a tribute “There is a Hindi dialogue, I have a mother, which literally means, ‘Even though I have not got anything, I do not have my mother here.’ He said in the speech “Ella Pugahum Irawanukke” (“All praise of God”, a translation from the Quran) in Tamil, in Tamil.


Rahman is the recipient of six times National Film Award winners and six Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. He has fifteen Filmfare Awards and 16 Filmfare Awards for his name. Rahman received an award from Kalaimamani for the Government of Tamil Nadu for excellence in the field of music, the Government of India got the music-achievement award in Uttar Pradesh’s governments and Madhya Pradesh and a Padma Shri.

Rahman won awards from Stanford University for his contribution to global music in 2006. The following year, Rahman got admission in the Limca Book of Records as “Indian of the Year for Contribution to Popular Music”. He got the 200 4 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Rotary Club of Madras. Rahman won the Slumdog Millionaire Score Broadcast for him in 2009. Film Critics Association Award, Golden Globe Award for Best Original Music Award, he also got BAFTA Award for Best Film Music and two Academy Awards.

Rahman got Padma Bhushan, India’s third largest civilian honor in 2010.

His work in 127 hours in 2011 won him the Golden Globe, BAFTA, and two Academy Award nominations (Best Original Score and Best Original Song).

On October 24, 2014, Rehman received an honorary doctorate from the Berklee College of Music, music, in which music was given to students as an international artist. During the acceptance speech of May 7, 2012, of the Advocates, Rahman had mentioned that he was invited to the White House at Christmas Card and dinner at the White House. In his honor in November 2013, Markham of Canada A street named after Ontario


AR Rahman for Seychelles October 4, 2015
The Cultural Ambassador, the Seychelles government, “contributed to invaluable services to increase the art and culture development of Seychelles.”

Guru Gobind Singh- The Sikh Guru


Guru Gobind Singh (05 January 1666, 8th October 1708)

After the death of Guru Gobind Singh’s father, Guru Teg Bahadur, he became a teacher on 11 November 1675. He was a great warrior, a famous poet, patriot, and spiritual leader. In 1699, he founded Khalsa Panth on Baisakhi which is considered to be the most important event in the history of the Sikhs.

Birth of Guru Gobind Singh

Guru Gobind Singh Ji was born on 05 January 1666 in Patna (Bihar), home of Guru Teg Bahadur and Mata Gujri, the ninth Sikh Guru. When he was born, his father went to the teachings of religion in Assam. Guru Gobind Singh’s childhood name was Govind Rai. The place where he was born in Patna and where he had spent four years of his childhood, is now situated at the place of Takhat Shri Patna Sahib.

In 1670, his family returned to Punjab once again. In March 1672, his family came to the place named Chakk Nanaki in the Shiwalik hills situated in the Himalayas. This is where his early education started. He learned Persian, Sanskrit and learned military skills to become a skilled warrior. Chak Nanki is now known as Anandpur Sahib.

Govind Rai distributed daily spiritual joy in Anandpur Sahib, offering a message of morality, fearlessness and spiritual awakening in human form. Anandpur really was Anandhandham. All the people living here used to acquire supernatural knowledge of equality, equality, and harmony without discrimination of color, caste, sect. Govinda was rich in peace, forgiveness, tolerance and calm personality.

On 11 November 1675, Aurangzeb publicly cut the head of his father Guru Tegh Bahadur at Chandni Chowk in Delhi due to the forced conversion of Kashmiri Pandits to a Muslim by making a change of religion and not accepting Islam himself. After this, on 29 March 1676, on the day of Vaisakhi, Govind Singh was declared the tenth Guru of the Sikhs.

Your education continued even after becoming the 10th Sikh Guru. Education included writing-reading, horse riding, and brooding etc. Kriya was involved. He made Chandi the war that was composed in 1684. You stayed in a place named Paonta on the banks of Yamuna River till 1685.

They had three wives. At the age of 10, he was married on June 21, 1677, in the Basantgarh salt spot, a few kilometers away from Anandpur with mother Zito. The three sons of them were Jujhar Singh, Zora Singh, Fateh Singh. On June 21, 1677, at the age of 17, his second marriage took place in Anandpur with Mother Sundari. He had a son Ajit Singh. On April 15, 1700, he married Mata Sahib Devan in 33 years.

Leaving Anandpur Sahib and coming back on the same

In April 1685, on the invitation of Raja Raj Prakash of Sirmaur, Guru Gobind Singh transferred his residence to the city of Paapata in Sirmaur state. According to the kingdom of Sirmaur, due to differences with Raja Bhim Chand, he was forced to leave Anandpur Sahib and after that, he went to the town of Toka from there. Prakash invites Guruji


from Toka to Sirmaur’s capital, Nahan and invited him. After that, he passed out from Nahan and left. Opposite Prakash invited Guruji with the purpose of strengthening his position against King Fateh Shah of Garhwal. On the request of Raja Prakash Prakash, Guru Ji made a fort in the short run in Panama with the help of his followers. Guru Ji remained in Panetta for three years and composed many texts.

In the battle of Nadun in 1687, Guru Gobind Singh, Bhima Chand, and other Allied forces defeated the forces of Alif Khan and his allies. According to the bizarre drama and Bhatt Vanish, Guru Gobind Singh remained on the banks of the river Dyaas on Nadon for eight days and visited all the military chiefs.

Shortly after the battle of Bhangani, Rani Chandra requested Guru ji to return to Anandpur Sahib, which Guru accepted. He reached Anandpur Sahib in November 1688.

Dilawar Khan (Mughal chief of Lahore) sent his son Hussain Khan to attack Anandpur in 1695. In that Mughal army was defeated and Hussein Khan was also killed. After the death of Dilawar Khan Hussain, he sent his men to Jujhar Hada and Chandel Rai to Shivalik. At that time he had lost to Jajwala of Gaj Singh. This event became the cause of concern for Mughal emperor Aurangzeb To restore authority, sent an army with his son.

Composition of Khalsa

Amrit Sanskar ceremony was organized in a Diwan in Anandpur. The master pulled out the sword and said, “I want a head, is there someone who can offer me?”

This most unusual call created some horror in the gathering and all the people were stunned. There was a silent and dead silence. Then the master called his second call. At that time no one came forward. There was still four more silence. On the third call, a Khatri Daya Ram from Lahore said, “O true king, my head is in your service.”

The Guru caught Dya Ram from the arm and took him inside a tent. A shock and thunderstruck. Then the master, with his sword, blew the blood, came out and said, “I want another head, is there someone who can offer?” On the third call again, a Jat Dharam Das of Delhi came forward and said, “O true king! My head is at your disposal.”

The master took Dharma Das inside the tent, again a shock and thunderstruck, and he got out of the blood with his sword and repeated, “I want another head, is there a lovely Sikh who can present it? ”

On this, some people of the Assembly commented that the Guru has lost all the reasons and went to complain to his mother.

A Calico Pradhan / Tailor Mohkam Chand of Dwarka (west coast of India) presented himself as a sacrifice. The master took him inside the tent and passed through the same process. When he came outside and then he made a call for the fourth head. The Sikh started thinking that he was going to kill them all.

Some of them fled and the others hung their heads down in disbelief. Jodan Nath Puri’s cook Himmat Chand presented himself as the fourth sacrifice. Then the master called the last for the fifth and fifth head. A Panahi Sahib Chand came in Bidar (in Central India) and the Guru took him inside the tent. A shock and thunderstruck.

Last time he was in the tent for a long time. People started breathing for relief. He thought that the guru has “realized his mistake” and now he has stopped.

While grappling with a killer, Guru Gobind Singh ji suffered a deep injury and heart attack in the chest. Which led to his death on October 18, 1708, at Nanded at the age of 42.

J.C. Kumarappa- A Great Deserving Leader


J C Kumarappa(4 January 1892 – 30 January 1960)

J C Kumarappa Was an economist. J C Kumarappa’s full name was Josef Chelladurai Cornelius. Mahatma Gandhi and they were close associates. He was a forerunner of Gram-Vikal economic principles’. J.C. Kumarappa is considered the first guru of Gandhian economics. In his lifetime, Kumarappa did not only write vivid writings on subjects related to Gandhian economics as a full-time activist, but also through many economic surveys in remote areas of India, he also rendered the strategy for the rejuvenation of the rural economy. Economics of Kumarappa was based on giving opportunities for economic autonomy and all-round development for every individual of independent India. Comrade Kumarappa was an economist for upgrading India’s rural economy and natural form, which considered environmental protection more beneficial than industrial-commercial advancement. Gandhi’s economic philosophy did not agree with his colleagues in the Congress party. That is why there is no equality of independent India’s economic policies and Gandhian economic policies. As a result, Independent India forgave Kumarappa in the race for a blind exchange of sampling of Western economies.

life introduction

Kumarappa was born on 4 January 1892 in the Christian family of Thanjavur, Tamilnadu. Whose name was Joseph Chelladurai Cornelius? After completing his schooling, Madras MAI got training in accountancy after going to London and then worked as an accountant in London for a few years. Upon the end of World War I and on the advice of his mother, he returned to India and started his own business in 1924 after working in a British company in Bombay. In 1927, he went to study America and graduated in Commerce and Business Management from Syracuse University. Later, he studied public finance at the University of Columbia and wrote a letter on the ‘Economics of India and Poverty of India’ under the guidance of eminent economist Edwin Seligman of that time, in which the damage caused by the policies of British rule in India’s financial plight was studied. During this, Kumarappa found that the main reason for this economic situation of India is the unethical and exploitative policies of the British rule. Because of this, he decided to add his original family name Kumarappa with his name.

Among the people associated with the independence movement, the British had to accept the economic exploitation of India. The main center of this uneasiness was the rise of the British Empire, which he wanted to put on the head of the colonial Indians in the name of governing India. This was discussed in the Congress session of 1922 and the subsequent session of the Lahore session of 1929. In the meantime, after returning to India from 1929, Kumarappa came to Sabarmati Ashram to meet Gandhi in reference to publishing his article on Indian economic exploitation. Mahatma Gandhi also showed interest in publishing this article in his newspaper Young India and requested Kumarappa to conduct a current economic survey in rural areas of Gujarat. On the advice of Mahatma Gandhi, Kumarappa went to Economic Survey in Matar Taluka of Kheda district of Gujarat. This area of ​​Gujarat has been going through a severe water crisis due to less rainfall for many years but due to this, the government staff was showing very strict vigilance for revenue collection. Kumarappa published a survey of 45 villages of the Maat region and through the statistical statistics for the first time, the difficult relationship between the rate of levy recovery and the economy based on agriculture was published. This has led to the publication of ‘The Public Finance and Our Poverty’ in Kumarappa’s article in Young India. Along with this, the economic survey of Matar Taluka was also being published. During these publications, Gandhi also started the Dandi Tour for the Salt Satyagraha. When the British administration arrested Gandhi on taking part in the Salt Satyagraha, Kumarappa was responsible for the operation of Young India. Kumarappa was arrested for writing in this letter and he was sent to jail for one and a half years. Kumarappa was released after the agreement of Gandhi-Irwin in 1931 and Kumarappa was made the chairman of the committee set up to investigate the financial transactions between the British government and India in the Lahore Congress session. After this convention, Mahatma Gandhi had gone to England to participate in the Round Table Conference. In Gandhi’s absence, Kumarappa rejoined the responsibility of the Young India newspaper and due to his writing, the British government again arrested him and sent him to jail for two and a half years.

Only after he left the jail in 1933, Kumarappa worked for the relief operations in Bihar during the devastating earthquake. An honest and devoted volunteer, Kumarappa, refused to give Gandhi the money for his visit to this work. In 1934, Kumarappa set up the All India Village Industry Association in Wardha Ashram, in which construction, conservation and spread of friendly products of the rural economy were started. Kumarappa knew the contribution of the rural economy in the strength of the economy and that is why he took a full time to complete this Village Industry Association. On the basis of his experience in the Akhil Bhartiya Gram Udyog Sangha, in 1936, Kumarappa, after his escape from the jail in 1933, Kumarappa saw the work of transferring money for the relief work of the devastating earthquake in Bihar. Like a very honest and devoted volunteer, Kumarappa refused to give Gandhi the money to visit her in this relief work. Gandhi established the All India Village Industry Association under the leadership of Kumarappa in Wardha Ashram in 1934, in which campaign of creation, conservation, and dissemination of friendly products of rural economy were undertaken. Kumarappa knew the contribution of the rural economy in the strength of the Indian economy and so he took a full time to streamline this village industry association. On the basis of his experience in the All India Village Industry Association, in 1936, Kumarappa published a book entitled ‘Why Gram Movement?’ That was similar to the manifesto of the principles of Gandhian economics centered on the economic development of the villages. During 1939-40 Kumarappa carried out several economic surveys in Madhya Pradesh and North West Frontier Province. In 1942, when the British Government wanted to spend the second world war on India, Kumarappa wrote an article opposing it, which was named ‘Stone for bread’ and after its publication, he was sent to jail once. Kumarappa, using his imprisonment, wrote two books, titled Practice and Percepts of Jesus and Economy of Permanence.

Kumarappa died on January 30, 1960. The Kumarappa Institute of Gram Swaraj was established in his memory.

India’s Freedom Fighter, Know as ‘Iron Lady’

Great People of India

Durga Bai Deshmukh(15 July 1909 – 9 April 1981) India’s first woman leader of Andhra Pradesh was a freedom fighter and social activist. Durga Bai was born in a place named Rajmundari, Kakinada. Durga Bai’s father’s name was Shri Rama Rao and mother’s name was Mrs. Kristenmannamma. Durga Bai Deshmukh was the wife of India’s first finance minister Chintaman Rao Deshmukh. Durga Bai Bachchan was a patriot and social worker. Durga Bai became the President of the Blind Relief Association. She established a school hostel and an engineering workshop for this institution.

Deshmukh was a Rajya Sabha member. At that time, the only woman president was in the Constituent Assembly. Durga Bai founded the 1962 Durga Bai Deshmukh Hospital. He organized the voluntary organizations. It was meant to educate, train and rehabilitate poor women, children and the disabled. In 1975, the Indian government’s Rara Durga Bai Deshmukh was awarded the Padam Vibhushan award.

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‘GANDHI’ of Tribal People

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Story of Naik :- Lakshman Naik (22 November 1899 – 29 March 1943) was born in Tantuligumaa village of Malkangiri in Koraput district. His father was Padmal Naik, who was a tribal chief. And the mayor was a madrassa of the institute. Naik was originaly from tribal tribe. Adivasis have their own distinct identity and if somebody is trying to make some changes in it then there is always resistance to Adivasi. When India was under British government, efforts were made to bring about change in society by the British administration. This made the sense of resistance in the tribals became part of the Indian independence movement. Many leaders of this movement played their heroic role, but the role played by Laxman Naik was memorable and contemplative. He was Brave and Veer who was the inspiration for everyone. He was always standing like a huge mountain on the way to the British Government. He adopted ‘Gandhian Theory‘ for the independence of India. He chose truth and non-violence as his weapon. He always opposed the British government. It was his passionate to giving freedom to India. Naik took a long procession rally in his leadership on 21st August, 1942, singing the country’s devotional songs with hundreds of tribal people. Due to demonstrations in front of Meteili police station, police lathicharged and firing, many killed and many others were injured. The police implicated Naik in a murder case. He was arrested and sent to Berhpur jail. Laxman Naik was hanged on March 29, 1943. Thus the Naik sacrificed his life for the sake of the country’s interest. Nike may have left the world but he still lives in the hearts of people.

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