Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Janmashtmi Celebrations at Babosa Dham

Krishna Janmashtami, usually called Janmashtami, is a holiday in the Hindu calendar that celebrates the birthday of Krishna, the god of love and compassion. It celebrated widely in India and it is observed on different dates each year.


Krishna Janmashtami is one of the biggest festivals in the Hindu world, paying homage to the birth of Krishna, who is one of the faith's most popular deities.It takes place over a 48-hour period in late summer.


On the first day of the event, called Krishan Ashtami, Hindus rise before dawn to engage in song and prayer in Krishna's honor. Some Hindus also celebrate with dances and dramatic rituals that tell the story of Krishna's birth and life, and many of them will fast in his honor.

Vigils are held until midnight when it is believed that the deity was born. Sometimes, Hindu faithful will also bathe and dress statues of the baby Krishna to commemorate his birth. On the second day, called Janam Ashtami, Hindus will break their fast of the previous day with elaborate meals that often contain milk or cheese curds, said to be two of Krishna's favorite foods.


Like other Hindu holy days and celebrations, Janmashtami's date is determined by the lunisolar cycle, rather than the Gregorian calendar used in the West.

The holiday occurs on the eighth day of the Hindu month of Bhadra or Bhadrapada, which typically falls between August and September. Bhadrapada is the sixth month in the 12-month Hindu calendar. Based on the lunisolar cycle, each month begins on the day of the full moon.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Nanhe Babosa Official Movie

Nanhe Babosa is a comic Childhood image of Babosa

Nanhe Babosa Official Trailer of the animated series starting from this 15th August.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Rakshabandhan Celebration in Babosa Dham

India, festivals are the celebration of togetherness, of being one of the family. Raksha Bandhan is one such festival that is all about affection, fraternity and sublime sentiments. It is also known as Raksha Bandhan which means a 'bond of protection'. This is an occasion to flourish love, care, affection and sacred feeling of brotherhood.

Not a single festival in India is complete without the typical Indian festivities, the gatherings, celebrations, exchange of sweets and gifts, lots of noise, singing and dancing. Raksha Bandhan is a regional celebration to celebrate the sacred relation between brothers and sisters. Primarily, this festival belongs to north and western region of India but soon the world has started celebrating this festival with the same verse and spirit. Rakhi has become an integral part of those customs.

An insight of Rakhi Rituals
On the day of Rakhi, sisters prepares the pooja thali with diya, roli, chawal, rakhi thread and sweets. The ritual begins with a prayer in front of God, then the sister ties Rakhi to her brother and wishes for his happiness and well-being. In turn, the brother acknowledge the love with a promise to stand by his sister through all the good and bad times.

Sisters tie Rakhi on the wrist of their brothers amid chanting of mantras, put roli and rice on his forehead and pray for his well-being. She bestows him with gifts and blessings. In turn, brothers also wish her a good life and pledges to take care of her. He gives her a return gift. The gift symbolizes the physical acceptance of her love, reminder of their togetherness and his pledge. The legends and the reference in history repeated, the significance of the festival is emphasized.

nconditional Bond of Love
Raksha bandhan has been celebrated in the same way with the same traditions for many years. Only the means have changed with the changing lifestyle to make the celebration more elaborate and lively. This day has an inherent power that pulls the siblings together. The increasing distances evoke the desire to be together even more. All brothers and sisters try to reach out to each other on this auspicious day. The joyous meeting, the rare family get-together, that erstwhile feeling of brotherhood and sisterhood calls for a massive celebration.

For everyone, it is an opportunity to reunion and celebrate. People also share tasty dishes, wonderful sweets and exchange gifts. It is a time to share their past experiences also. For those who are not able to meet each other, rakhi cards and e-rakhis and rakhis through mails perform the part of communicating the rakhi messages. Hand made rakhis and self-made rakhi cards are just representation of the personal feelings of the siblings.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Arjun Ram Meghwal (Member of Parliament) in Babosa Dham

Shri Arjum Ram Meghwal visited Babosa Dham to address a seminar on GST and help the public with there queries on GST. After seminar Shri Arjum Ram Meghwal enjoyed the Evening Aarti with Prakash ji , Manju Baisa and all Babosa bhakts.

About - Arjun Ram Meghwal

Constituency : Bikaner (SC) (Rajasthan )
Party Name : Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)
Email Address : arjunrammeghwal@gmail.com
Father's NameShri Lakhu Ram Meghwal
Mother's NameSmt. Hira Devi Meghwal
Date of Birth20 Dec 1953
Place of BirthVill. Kishmideshar, Distt. Bikaner (Rajasthan)
Marital StatusMarried
Date of Marriage12 May 1968
Spouse's NameSmt. Pana Devi
No. of Sons2
No.of Daughters2
Educational QualificationsM.A. (Pol. Science), LL.B., M.B.A Educated at Sri Dungar College, Bikaner and University of Phillipine, Phillipines
ProfessionSocial Worker Farmer
Permanent Address
Off: 165, North Block, New Delhi- 110001 Phone (o): 01123093132, 23093403
Delhi Resi : 5A Kamraj Marg, New Delhi Phone: 011-23011770/1771/1772 (Fax)
Sansad Sewa Kendra, C-65, K.K. Colony, Bikaner Rajasthan
Tel fax: 0151-2230260
Email: arjunrammeghwal@gmail.com
Website: www.arjunrammeghwal.com 
Positions Held
31 August 2009
21 June 2010

Elected to 15th Lok Sabha
Member, Committee on Defence
Member, Committee on Science and Technology, Enviornment and Forest

Books Published

Chief Editor of saviors of religious, social and cultural organisation

Social And Cultural Activities 
Participated in many programmes for the development of the Rajasthani language; extended full cooperation in various capacities for recognition of Rajasthani as an Indian language in VIIIth Scheduled of the Indian Constituion; Worked as a Principal Advisor of Bhwana Meghwal Memorial Trust, which is committed to promote the talented and economically deprived students by providing scholarhsips etc.and guidance by various programmes; the trust has been conducting group marriage programmes of the weaker sections of the society and seminar, workshops to awaken the people about social issues

Special Interests
Singer-instrumental and vocal both specially spiritual Bhajan, morning walk, yoga and pranayam

Favourite Pastime and Recreation 
Visiting religious and spiritual places

Sports and Clubs

Countries Visited
Phillipines, Thailand, Belgium, Nepal, Nigeria, Mali and Kenya

Other Information 
Served as IAS officer in the various capacities in Rajasthan Cadre

Profile - Arjun Ram Meghwal

I was born in a middle class family of Kismidesar Village (Bikaner) to Mr. Lakhu Ram Meghwal and Mrs. Heeradevi on 20 December 1953. I got my primary education from the Government school of our village and secondary education from the Jawahar Jain Secondary School at Bheenasar. I got married to Panadevi on 12 May 1968 in the village Nal Badi, when I was studying in the 8th standard. After marriage, I continued my studies further and got the graduation degree in Arts (B.A.) & Law (L.L.B.) from the Sri Dungar College, Bikaner (Rajasthan). After that, I did post graduation from the same college and got the Masters Degree in Arts (M.A). Later, I did Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.) from the Philippines University.

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