Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Onam 2011 Pookalam Designs Pictures, Photos When is Onam 2011 Date

When is Onam 2011 Date :

Onam, Kerala's unique festival is nearing on September 9th 2011, When I think of Onam the immediate association that comes to me mind is Pookolam (Pookalam).

Onam Festival is celebrated in the beginning of the first month of Malayalam Calendar (Kolla Varsham) called Chingam. This month corresponds to August-September in Gregorian Calendar Onam festival continues for ten days, starting from the day of Atham and culminating on Thiru Onam. Onam is the harvest festival in the Indian state of Kerala. The day of Onam is decided in accordance with the legend of King Mahabali in whose honor Onam is celebrated.

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People believe that it is on the last day of the festival of Onam, Tiruonam that the spirit of King Maveli visits Kerala, hence the day is marked by feast and festivities. To welcome their revered ruler, people lay flower mats (Pookalam) in the front courtyard, prepare a grand meal (Onasadya), dance, play and make merry. All this is done to impress upon King Mahabali that his people are prosperous and happy.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Ganesh chaturthi 2011, Ganesh Chaturthi, SMS, Wallpapers

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is fast approaching. Hundreds of devotees of Lord Ganesha took part in a 'kalash yatra' before the installation of the statue at Shani Temple on P Road on Sunday.

Women took out a kalash yatra and chanted bhajans to praise the lord. The devotees also played with colours and flowers. They distributed 'modak' as 'prasad'.
As per traditions, it is necessary to circulate the statue of Lord in the nearby areas of the temple before installation.

Ganesh Chaturthi is also known as Vinayak Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi. It is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha. The festival is observed during the month of Bhadra (mid-August to mid-September). In Maharashtra, the festival lasts for 10 days, ending on 'Ananta Chaturdashi'.

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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Eid Mubarak SMS, Wallpaper, Eid Mubarak Hindhi, Urudu SMS, Eid Mubarak Cards, Eid Mubarak 2011

Eid-ul-Fitar, a festival which marks the end of holy Month Ramadan or Ramzan, will be observed in India on August 31 or September (the actual date will be decided after moon sighting).

On this day, Muslims brothers offer prayers at Eid Gah and exchange common greeting i.e Eid Mubarak hugging each others.

The festival is popular among the all communities at it spreads the message of brotherhood.

As the Eid festival is just few days away, the preparation is in full swing to celebrate the festival with great enthusiasm and festivity.

Just ahead of the festival, people are extensively searching for the Eid SMS and Eid Mubarak messages to exchange the greetings.

There are several websites available on internet with the Eid Mubarak SMS.

Here are few Eid SMS for samaylive visitors.

Today i pray that:-
Happiness be at ur door
May it knock early
Stay late & leave the gift of Allah's
Peace,love,joy & good health behind
shaban mubarak,eid mubarak,
ramadan mubarak,

As Allah waters HIS Creation,
May HE also sprinkle HIS wonderous
blessings over you and your beloved ones.

Some words can be left unsaid,
Some feeling can be left unexpressed,
But person like u can never be forgotten on this day

When the sun has set, and day is done-
I"ll break this chain, but only one.
By the end of Ramadan, this whole chain will be all gone!
It"s time for Eid and lots of fun!!!
Kuch Yadei'n Chorh Ker
Zindagi Ki Ek Aur Eid
Guzar Gayi
Koi Aisa Lamha Jo Ab
Dobara Nahi Kbhi Laut Kr
Nahi Aaye G
Enjoy Each Moment Of
Life :)

"EID" Is An Event When We Share
Our Joys And Happiness With
Our Special Ones.
So On This Happy Event How
I Can Forget My Special Ones.

Accept My Hearteous Regards
And Congrats To U And Ur All Family Members
At Home.

I Wish That This EID Will Bring Prosperity
And Unity For U And Ur Family
And Also For The Whole Muslim Community
In All Over The World.


EID Is A Combination

EID is a Combination of 3 meaningful words: E:Embrace with open Heart I:Inspire with impressive attitude D:Distribute pleasure to all. Eid Mubarak:-)

My Heart Murmurs a sincere Prayer that Joy, Health & Happiness enrich Your Eid Day and EverydaY. —;(-@ Eid Mubarak

On The Pages Of Roses With The Ink Of Moon Light A Pen Of Love Have Written Only Few Words For You Happy EID MUBARAK

May Every Blossom in the garden of life Bright your EID with Joy and Fill your Days with the Sweet fragrance of happiness *EID MUBARAK*

The Perfect EID

Wishing You One EID As Perfect As Rose With Happiness Cheers And Joyzzz That Grow And Grows.. Wishing You An EID As Fresh As Rose ~!!!!*****EID MUBARAK****!!!!~

EID Is A Wonderful DAY

EID is a Wonderful DAY “To Pray” “To Love” “To Care” “To Smile” “To Relax” And “To Thank ALLAH” For all He gives us. ¤ EID¤ ¤MUBARAK

A beautiful Eid Mubarak Shayari in urdu/hindi
Sada haste raho jaise haste hain phool,
Duniya ki sare gham tumhe jaye bhool,
Charo taraf phalao khushion ka geet,
Eisi ummid ka sath Yaar tumhe…MUBARAK ho EID
A great Eid Mubarak Message & Wish
Eid of sacrifice, & commitment 2 allahs orders, May Allah bless us with the same in all circles of life, & help all amongst us, who r helpless, worried, & waiting 4 his rehmat, Ameen. Eid Mubarak.
A cool Eid Mubarak Wish
Wishing U a Very Very “HAPPY EID MUBARIK” Wid Luv And Best Wishes.
May That Eid Day Brings LOT of Happiness And JOYS in ur LIFE.
May u Live Long…
And That EID day Will comes in UR life Hundrad Times…
Remember me in ur prayers.
Eid mubarak SMS for special/best friend
Hum app ki yaad main udas hain,
Bas app se milnay ki aas hain,
Chahe dost kitnay hi kyon na ho,
Mere liye to app hi sab se khas hain.
Eid Mubarak To My Cute, Sweet and Special Friend.
A Nice Eid SMS Greetings
Hope Love and Laugher, warmth, wishes, joy and a bouquet of Eid wishes, jubilations,
become a part of your Eid and Your Life.
Eid Mubarak.

Miss you on Eid
Lonesome without u,
Each n every moments.
When i am alone
I close my eyes n think of u
N thoughts of ur love warms
Inside me n makes me smile.
miss you a lot.
eid mubarak.

A cool & cute Eid sms
Suraj ki kirne, taaron ki bahaar..
Chand ki chandni, apno ka pyaar..
Har ghadi ho khushaal..
ussi tarhan Mubarak ho aapko Eid ka yeh tyohaar!

Morning Eid Mubarak SMS in urdu/hindi
Subeh Subeh uth ke ho jawo Fresh,
Pehenlo aj sobse aacha sa koi Dress,
Doston ka sath aab chalo Ghumne,
Eid Mubarak Karo sabko jo aaye Samne.
Eid Mubarak Message in urdu/hindi
Dher sari tarif aur khusiya mile aapko,
But, Jab EIDI mile aapko to Please….
Aap Yaad karna Sirf Humko!!!
Eid Shayari SMS in urdu/hindi
Koi itna Chahe Tumhe to batana,
Koi tumhare itne Naaz uthaaye to Batana,
EID MUBARAK to har koi Keh dega tumse,
Koi Hamari tarah kahey to batana.Eid-ul-Fitr-sms-

I wish you ALL a very happy and peaceful Eid.
May Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your transgressions and
ease the suffering of all peoples around the globe.
Eid Mubarik

Eid mubarak wishes
No shadows to depress u, Only joys to surround u, God himself to bless u,
these r my wishes for u, Today, tomorrow, and every day.
Eid Mubarik.

Eid mubarak text message in urdu/hindi
Zindegi ka her pal khushiyon se kam na ho
aap ka her din eid ke din se kam na ho
aisa eid ka din apko hamesha naseeb ho
eid mubarak

Eid mubarak SMS in urdu/hindi
Jab kabhi bin mange aap per khushion ki barsaat ho,
jab kabhi app ka dil anjaani khushi se betaab ho,
to samaj lena koi aap ko duaon main yaad kar raha hai.
Happy Eid

Eid mubarak Greetings message
May Allah flood your life with happiness,
u r heart with love,
ur soul with spirtual,
ur mind with wisdom,
Eid Mubarak to you from all of my heart

Eid mubarak poem sms
The moon has been sighted The samoosas are ready
Here comes EID so just go steady
Lots of duas is all i request
and just wanted to wish you all the BEST!!!

“Eid Mubarak”
Cute Eid text message
Here comes the day, once in a blue moon.
With chanda mama shinin up bright And blessing everyone…
Her luv so tender, merciful.
Shinin down on the earth wishin us “Happy eid”..”Eid mubarak”
Eid wish sms to special friend
Hum app ki yaad main udas hain,
Bas app say milnay ki ass hay,

Chahay dost kitnay hi kion na hoon,
Mere liye tp app hi sab se khas hain
Eid Mubarak To My Cute, Sweet and Special Friend.
Cute Eid text message
Eid Mubarak, Eid Mubarak
Our Eid has come
To bring us peace
To bring us love
To charish our life
It is the time
We Muslims came together
Shoulder to shoulder
It is the time
We Muslims
Share our love
Share believe
Eid Mubarak, Eid Mubarak.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

World Youth Day 2011 celebrated in Madrid, SMS, Wallpapers

This year, World Youth Day, a youth-oriented event held every three years, will be celebrated in Madrid, Spain. The event lasts for one week and this year it goes from August 16-21 in Madrid’s Cibeles Square. It raises awareness about the Catholic religion and extends out to youth around the entire world.


World Youth Day was established by Pope John Paul II in 1985. The event is a worldwide interaction with the Pope and is an amazing experience for people to admire the Catholic Church. It is designed for people ages 16-35, regardless of their religion, and there are often thousands of people who attend the event from all different countries. Filipino youth delegates from Barcelona and the Philippines gathered together for the celebration of the World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid. The more than.


At 12 hours, local time, Pope's aircraft landing at Barajas International Airport. world youth day 2011 nude Initiated by Pope John Paul II in 1985, World Youth Day youth-oriented events for the celebration of the Catholic faith.

Pope Benedict XVI headed to Madrid for a million-strong Catholic youth festival after Spanish riot police swung batons in clashes with anti-Church protesters over the cost of the six-day World Youth Day festival at a time of economic hardship.


“Some of your behaviour on the streets of our cities alarmed the media, left public opinion shaken and brought an unexpected statement from the Prime Minister,” Bishop Mark Davies told groups of English pilgrims at World Youth Day in Madrid.

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Rangoli designs | Lakshmi Hrudaya Rangoli, Mehandi designs for hands

Lakshmi Hrudaya Rangoli is drawn in your pooja room. This rangoli is drawn on Fridays, for Lakshmi pooje. And specially during Shravana Masa Lakshmi Pooje. I have tried to make it as much as easy as possible to show how this could be drawn. If you have any doubts, please do keep me posted. I will try to help as much as possible.


P.S: Not easy to draw the rangoli using MS-Paint.  Tried my best.

1. Put a dot in the center.

2. Next, add 5 tiny dots at the 8 corners.


3. Now start joining  the dots from 1 – 3 – 5 – 2 – 4 and back to 1. So, remember 1-3-5-2-4-1.


4. Repeat the same for all the remaining dots.

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Independence day speech | Independence day wallpaper

When Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ascends the ramparts of Old Delhi’s Red Fort on Monday to address the nation on the 64th anniversary of its independence, it will be as a political leader whose government, party, and personal reputation are seriously bruised. This will be Singh’s seventh Independence Day address since becoming prime minister in 2004.

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Although Prime Minister Singh continues to be regarded as a man of personal integrity, the scandals on his watch have raised serious questions about his leadership. Photo: Flickr user World Economic Forum.

The speech is an opportunity to review his government’s achievements during the past year, highlight national challenges, and outline a vision for the future. At no point in Singh’s tenure, the longest of any Indian prime minister except Jawaharlal Nehru, has he or his party seemed so embattled.

The immediate problem is a string of high-level corruption scandals that has wracked the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. A year ago, Singh devoted one line of his Independence Day address to the issue of corruption, stating that government programs should be managed “more effectively, minimizing the chances of corruption and misuse of public money.” His reference to systemic corruption gave no hint of the grand corruption that would surface in subsequent months. First came charges of favoritism and kickbacks during preparations for the October 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, which led to the arrest of organizing committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi, a Congress Party stalwart. Next was the Adarsh Housing Society scam where the government was accused of irregularities in allocating expensive apartments in downtown Mumbai. The most debilitating blow was the 2G spectrum scam in which the now jailed telecommunications minister, A. Raja, was charged with under pricing licenses at an estimated cost to the government of a staggering $40 billion in lost revenues.

Corruption scandals are hardly new in India, but the scale of the alleged transgressions is unprecedented and public reaction strong. In April, veteran Gandhian activist Anna Hazare went on a hunger strike demanding that the government establish a lokpal, or ombudsman, office with broad powers to investigate corruption. Although Hazare’s India Against Corruption (IAC) movement has been criticized for its tactics, middle-class following, and alleged partisan bias, it raises widespread public concerns that cannot be ignored. The corruption debate has paralyzed parliament for months, with the political fallout spreading both within and outside of the UPA. In late July, in a move to protect its own credibility, the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) removed its powerful chief minister in Karnataka, B.S. Yeddyurappa, on charges he misused his influence to allot valuable mining land to his sons.

Although Prime Minister Singh continues to be regarded as a man of personal integrity, the scandals on his watch have raised serious questions about his leadership. A technocrat not known for his skills as a political street fighter, he is often at the mercy of competing interests, including those within his own Congress Party led by Sonia Gandhi. Since the UPA government holds only 262 seats in the 552-seat Lok Sabha, it must piece together support from an on-again-off-again collection of allies to retain a majority. The government’s actions in response to the corruption scandal have reinforced the perception of weakness. A cabinet reshuffle in July was viewed as little more than window dressing. That the draft Lokpal Bill placed before parliament last week exempts the judiciary and elected officials from oversight, including the prime minister’s office, has compounded the problem. Whether or not the legal and constitutional arguments for the bill’s construction are valid, it is a public relations debacle. Anna Hazare has threatened to publicly burn copies of the draft and begin a new fast on August 16 if the government does not withdraw the current bill.

The corruption scandals and parliamentary gridlock have also raised economic concerns. Capital expenditure dropped during the first quarter of 2011, a possible sign of reduced investor confidence. In his Independence Day speech last year, Prime Minister Singh cited India’s relative success in avoiding the global economic slowdown. He noted high inflation as a challenge, especially for the poor, but said he was confident that the government would tackle it. Economic growth has dropped slightly during the year, with the prime minister’s Economic Advisory Council recently reducing its 2011-12 projection from 9 percent to 8.2 percent. While the government has been successful in bringing food inflation from a 22 percent high in February 2010 to 8.3 percent today, overall inflation hovers around 10 percent. This is above the government’s target of 5 percent, which is considered a safe threshold level if the economy is to avoid overheating.

In response to financial jitters following Standard and Poor’s downgrade of the U.S. government’s credit rating last week, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee asserted that India would not be affected because its “fundamentals are strong.” But how strong are they? Despite a robust growth rate, industrial production slowed during the past year, and the government has not made progress on reforms in the energy, land, and education sectors that are needed for India to maximize its advantages, such as the “demographic dividend” from a growing workforce. As finance minister in 1991, Manmohan Singh played a historic role in unleashing the economic transformation that India has undergone during the past two decades. As leader of a weak coalition today, he seems unable to push through the second generation of economic and governance reforms that would help to secure his own legacy as a transformational leader.

While Prime Minister Singh’s speech on Monday is unlikely to outline bold new initiatives, it provides an important opportunity for him to candidly address the nation’s challenges and outline his personal vision. To some extent, India’s economic growth and continuing rise as a global power are inexorable given the current momentum, but riding the wave is not enough. Long-term growth that is stable and inclusive requires effective leadership and good governance. Corruption scandals during the past year and parliamentary dysfunction have hindered the ability of Prime Minister Singh and the UPA government to drive needed reforms, especially as coalition members begin to eye elections in 2014.

Raksha Bandhan 2011 | Happy Rakhi 2011, SMS, wishes

Raksha Bandhan is commonly known as Rakhi which is popularly celebrated in North India. This festival is observed Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and now a days, it is observed throughout India without any religious barriers. The festival falls on the full moon day (Shravan Poornima) of the Shravan month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar.


Raksha Bandhan symbolizes the sister’s love and prayers for her brother’s well-being, and the brother’s lifelong vow to protect his sister. In south (in Kerala and Tamilnadu) it is celebrated as Avani Avittam or Upakarma among the Brahmin community. But now-a-days, more than a ritual Rakhi is becoming a day for celebration among the youngsters.

Raksha Bandhan actually means a bond of protection. On the day, sister ties a decorative thread called rakhi on the wrists of her brother and in return he gives her money, sweets, and lot of other gifts.

August 13 (Saturday) will see Indians across the country and abroad observe Raksha Bandhan, the festival that highlights the love and affection of the brother-sister bond.

On this occasion, women tie a thread to their brothers symbolising their eternal tie and pray for them. The brothers vow to protect their sisters and also give a token sum or gift. Usually, women visit their brothers' homes and perform an aarti on them.


But in these times, it is not easy for the siblings to stick to age-old practices. Some might have their brothers/sisters abroad or in another city or may be too busy to visit them, in case of such an eventuality they can always wish them by SMS.

"On Rakhi, my newly-married sister will not be able to come from Hyderabad where she is based now. I will SMS her on this day and I am sure she will courier the rakhi to me," says Rohit Khanna, an accounting professional in Vasant Kunj.

Here are some sample messages:

Today I wish may laughter and joy brighten every day and success and happiness smile on you all the way. Happy Raksha Bandhan

Sending you a wish from the heart...TUM JIYO HAZARON SAAL...On this special day I wish you happiness and success and may all your fondest dreams come true.

Here is Rakhi for you twined with a sparkling smile, beaded with sweet memories and glued with warm and loving wishes for lot of happiness today and always.

Behen ne rakhi bandhi. Bhai tu chir jug jeeye! On this special day, here's what my heart says. May happiness and success always smile on you.

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is celebrated on Saturday, 13 August, 2011 in India and in other parts of the world.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Independence Day 2011 SMS, SMS In Hindi & Telugu & Malayalam, Quotes, Scraps

Independence Day 2011 Celebrated On 15th August Every Year....Here is latest contents given bellow to Celrbrate Independence Day 2011,We have selected Greetings, SMS,Scraps,Pictures,Picture Messages,Quotes,Wallpapers,Audio Scraps,Musical Scraps for you So enjoy this festival.

Independence Day 2011 SMS In Telugu:
Today we are miles apart
but I wanna reach across the miles
and say i'm thinking of you
in a very special way.


Bubbli got caugt on date
on Independance day
Major Rohail-
What is this?
Dad today is freedom day,
so let me do what I want
Thousands laid down their lives so
that our country is breathing this day
Never forget their sacrifice...
Happy Independence Day
Independence Day 2011 In Tamil:
U didn't close ur eyes.
So nothing 4 u Exept
My sincerity my love & prayers
Happy Independence Day
Thousands laid down their lives so
that our country is breathing this day
Never forget their sacrifice...
Happy Independence Day
Independence Day 2011 SMS In Hindi:
”Hum fauji,
Is desh ki dhadkan hain,
Her dil ka hum pyaar hain,
Her MAA ki tadpan hain.
sar jhukaate nahin kabhi,
Sar katate hain pyaari MAA ki Imaan ke liye.
Hum hain rakhwale inki.
Aao karein saalam zara unhen bhi
Jinhone gawaye hain jaan apni
Is desh ki pavitrata ke liye.
Watan Hamara Aise Na Chod Paye Koi…
Rishta Hamara Aise Na Tod Paaye Koi…
Dil Hamare Ek Hai Ek Hai Hamari Jaan…
Hindustan Hamara Hai Hum Hai Iski Shaan…

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Indian Independence Day 2011 in India | Independence Day 2011 Wallpapers, Flags

Independence Day of India is celebrated on Fifteenth of August (8/15/47) to commemorate its independence fromBritish rule and its birth as a sovereign nation in 1947. The day is a national holiday in India. All over the country, flag-hoisting ceremonies are conducted by the local administration in attendance. The main event takes place in New Delhi, the capital city of India, where the Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the Red Fort and delivers a nationally televised speech from its ramparts. In his speech, he highlights the achievements of his government during the past year, raises important issues and gives a call for further development. The Prime Minister also pays his tribute to leaders of the freedom struggle. The Prime Minister also declares holiday on 15 August.


When is India Independence Day 2011? 64th India Independence Day in 2011 will be celebrated on Monday, 15 August 2011.

Historical Background of India Independence Day
India was a very rich country in the 16th and 17th centuries as of its agricultural minerals and products. Western nations always needed to develop trade in this country and after lots of efforts French and Dutch and British were capable to launch the deal with India. Each of these countries established their trading business in India to conduct their own trades. The most powerful out of them is the East India Company which was established by British in Calcutta. With time pass, the British gain more power and influence and by the end of 19th century has India mostly under their colony.

In 1946, the Labour government in Britain, its exchequer exhausted by the recently concluded World War II, and conscious that it had neither the mandate at home, the international support, nor the reliability of native forces for continuing to control an increasingly restless India, decided to end British rule of India, and in early 1947 Britain announced its intention of transferring power no later than June 1948.


Finally, at the stroke of midnight, as India moved into August 15, 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru, read out the famous “Tryst With Destiny” speech proclaiming India’s independence. India, now a smaller Union of India, became an independent country with official ceremonies taking place in New Delhi, and with Jawaharlal Nehru assuming the office of the first prime minister, and the viceroy, Louis Mountbatten, staying on as its first Governor General.

India Independence Day 2011 Celebrations
Cultural shows and flag raising rituals are the main affair of the moment as brilliant kites occupy the night sky to signify freedom. People pamper themselves in reminiscing the heroes of democracy fight and pay respect to them.

In all the colleges and schools across this country, no school work is made on Independence Day however all the staff members and students would be in their schools to rejoice the day. A type of social meeting is prepared in the learning institutions in which cultural plans are plans are arranged. Flag raising ceremony takes place within their particular premises. Students sing their national anthem as the flag is raised by the head of the school and give respect to their flag and to support the power of the nation.

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Others as home spend this day by watching special programs on TV or going for an outing. Greater part of the individual tune in the morning to Doordarshan to view the live broadcast of Prime Minister’s speech at Delhi at the Red Fort since it’s the highlight of the Independence Day celebration in India. Prime Minister’s speech and nationalistic song and documentaries viewing excerpts from the independence struggle are televised on the local channels, whilst the private TV stations have enough programs to ensure their viewers are pleased throughout the day.

They broadcast cultural shows, movies related to independence, as well as India nationalist songs which relive the patriotism in individuals. Shops across India are instructed to remain closed on the day, but you can see some small stores and groceries open starting late in the afternoon. All offices stay closed on the 15th of August.

A nice and wonderful place to hang out in the middle of the night as the center of attraction on Independence Day is the India Gate because the formation is beautifully illuminated. The sky is occupied with kites of numerous colors and shapes.

Overall, Indian Independence Day is certainly a festival much anticipated by a lot of people in the country of India each and every year.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Ramadan Sms, Ramzan Wishes, Ramzan date 2011, Ramadan wallpapers 2011

The  beautiful 3D style as the previous wallpaper. Another arabic script of ramadan is rendered in black-matte finish and placed inside circles.   


Here is the Holy month ‘Ramadan’ kicks off, and on this occassion is heard that two of the biggies the world, Current United States President Mr. Obama and former Bill Clinton wish Muslims on Ramadan, Muslims from all corners of the world begin Ramadan celebrations.Ramadan_2011_by_ticaxp4

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which lasts 29 to 30 days. It is the Islamic month of fasting, in which participating Muslims refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours and is intended to teach Muslims about patience, spirituality, humility and submissiveness to God. Muslims fast for the sake of God and to offer more prayer than usual. Compared to the solar calendar, the dates of Ramadan vary, moving backwards by about eleven days each year depending on the moon; thus, a person will have fasted every day of the calendar year in 34 years’ time. Muslims believe Ramadan to be an auspicious month for the revelations of God to humankind, being the month in which the first verses of the Qur’an were revealed to the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.