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Ajit Chouhan / 114 items

N 0 B 226 C 0 E Apr 12, 2009 F Dec 10, 2009
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“One difference between a man and a machine is that a machine is quiet when well oiled”

Tags:   Harley Davidson

N 0 B 112 C 0 E Apr 12, 2009 F Dec 8, 2009
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Tags:   Sky Clouds

N 1 B 588 C 12 E Mar 9, 2008 F Oct 24, 2009
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“No man, when he hath lighted a candle, putteth it in a secret place, neither under a bushel, but on a candlestick, that they which come in may see the light.” ~ Holy Bible

Tags:   Diwali Candle Red Flame Earth Hour 2010 ajitchouhan

N 1 B 49 C 0 E Feb 9, 2008 F Oct 25, 2009
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“For, you see, each day I love you more, Today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow”

N 0 B 928 C 0 E Feb 9, 2008 F Oct 25, 2009
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Morning Sun holds special significance for Chhath Puja. A week after Diwali, the festival of lights, comes the festival Chhath. For one night and day, the people of Bihar practically live on the banks of the river Ganga when a ritual offering is made to the Sun God.

The word Chhath denotes the number six and thus the name itself serves as a reminder of this auspicious day on the festival almanac. The venue for this unique festival is the riverbank and since the Ganga transverses the countryside of Bihar like a lifeline, it is but appropriate that the banks of this river should be the ideal prayer location. Chhath is considered a means to thank the Sun for bestowing the bounties of life on earth as also for fulfilling particular wishes. Chhath is a Hindu festival but many muslim families also participates in this holy festival.

Tags:   Chhath Puja Rising Sun Bihar


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