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Several Leaders Hold Meeting Including BJP’s Vishal Bhagat To Win The Bihar Election

Posted by on Sep 23, 2020 in Breaking News | 0 comments

Several Leaders Hold Meeting Including BJP’s Vishal Bhagat To Win The Bihar Election

बिहार चुनाव को जीतने के लिए भाजपा की विशाल भगत सहित कई नेताओ की  बैठक ।

मीरा भाइंदर में बिहार के बौद्धिक के साथ बैठक में नेतृत्व बिहार इलेक्शन प्रभारी श्री देवन्द्र फ़नणवीस जी, महाराष्ट्र प्रदेश अध्यक्ष चन्द्रकांत दादा पाटील जी माझी मंत्रि जनाब हैदर आजम साहेब के मार्गदर्शन में डी एन ठाकुर जी के साथ महाराष्ट्र राज्य अन्य जिला मे बैठक श्री  विशाल भगत जी के  नेतत्व मे सम्पन्न हुआ

श्री सम्पति झा जी श्री रमन झा जी अहमद डॉ अहमद राने  श्री अभय झा विनीता झा रुपम झा  जी मनोज झा, अभय झा , प्रेम कुमार झा, शुभंकर रॉय, संतोष मिश्रा, बाबुल सोनी ,ममता झा, वि सी कुमार और बिनटू झा उपस्थित हुए ।

    

जिसका आयोजन अधिवक्ता श्री नीतीश वर्मा जी को  मीरा भाइंदर का प्रभारी बनाए गये बिहार इलेक्शन को लेकर महाराष्ट्र राज्य के अन्य जिला मै भी बैठक हुई ।

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Find Peace On September 21 At 8 pm

Posted by on Sep 20, 2020 in Breaking News | 0 comments

Find Peace On September 21 At 8 pm

Come September 21 (8 pm) and around 40 million people will be connecting for peace from 8 pm onwards. There will be two virtual events: ‘Celebrate Peace‘ at 8 pm IST, followed by ‘Create Peace’, the synchronized guided meditation at 9 pm.In an event anchored by International film legend Shekhar Kapur, with performances by musicians from Shashank Subramanyam and Mike Hertig to Grammy award winner Ricky Kej, ambassadors and messengers of peace like Daaji, Deepak Chopra, BK Sister Shivani, Bruce Lipton, Bob Boisture, Sharon Salzberg, Thomas d’Ansembourg and Amandine Roche, and sports legends Javier Zanetti, Marta Bassino and Michela Moioli  will transmit the Experience of Peace to 40 million people across the globe.

Daaji, the moving spirit behind Heartfulness says, “At Heartfulness, we will be transmitting on that day throughout the 24 hours. And if you would like to join us in meditation, simply close your eyes and tune into with your innermost corner, where you find love in your heart. We will all be meditating together, for peace, harmony and serenity to engulf this planet.”

Deepak Chopra, well-known author and speaker, said, “Bring the presence of peace wherever you go, and if you do that the people around you will feel peaceful not by what you say, not by what you do, even, but just by your presence.”

The ‘Celebrate Peace’ event will be broadcasted in over 100 countries and translated into over 24 languages via online streaming platform partners. Similar virtual events organized by the Heartfulness Institute, such as the International Day of Yoga, have been viewed by over 22 million people, and the upcoming event is poised to reach over 40 million people.

BK Sister Shivani, a teacher from the Brahma Kumaris spiritual movement said, “It’s time to heal the planet and love is the energy which is a healing energy. So when we all come together for our love for the planet, for our love for each other, and for our love for humanity, and together we create peace, we are going to take that first step towards healing our world.”

 

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Rajesh Kumar Sheshmal Kalal The Success Story Of Talented Choreographer In The Bollywood Industry

Posted by on Sep 16, 2020 in Breaking News | 0 comments

Rajesh Kumar Sheshmal Kalal The Success Story Of Talented Choreographer In The Bollywood Industry

राजेश कुमार शेषमल कलाल की सक्सेस स्टोरी

प्रिय पाठको,आज हम आपको राजेश कुमार शेषमल कलाल के बारे में बताएंगे,जिन्होंने अपनी लगन और मेहनत के दम पर अपने जीवन में एक उँचा मुकाम हासिल किया।

राजेश कुमार शेषमल कलाल का जन्म 06 अगस्त 1992 को अहमदाबाद, गुजरात में हुआ जो की एक भारतीय नर्तक तथा फिटनेस ट्रेनर है। वह बॉलीवुड, B.Boying, हिप-हॉप, फोक डांस जैसे क्षेत्रों में माहिर हैं।

राजेश कुमार शेशमल कलाल 2007 में अहमदाबाद से एसएससी उत्तीर्ण हैं इसके साथ ही उन्होंने आईटीआई भी पास की हैं

राजेश कुमार शेशमल कलाल बॉलीवुड उद्योग में एक सहायक कोरियोग्राफर और आरके डांस इंस्टीट्यूट के निदेशक थे जो भारत के अहमदाबाद में ओधव अंबिका नगर में स्थित था।

उन्होंने लगभग 6 साल काम किया। अपने कौशल और प्रतिभा के नाम पर सफलता और प्रशंसा पाने के बाद उन्होंने विभिन्न बॉलीवुड सेलिब्रिटी के साथ काम करना शुरू किया

राजेश कुमार शेषमल कलाल 2014 में फेम ऑफ द डांसिंग सुपर स्टार (राजस्थान), रॉक योर डांस स्टेप, डांस पे मौका, रॉक योर फीट जैसे शो में जज और सेलिब्रिटी गेस्ट रहे चुके हैं कुछ महीनों के बाद वह अधिक करियर के अवसर के लिए दुबई चले गए जहां उन्होंने 2015 में द हाइव ज्वाइन किया।

उन्होंने कंपनी द हाइव में लगभग 1 वर्ष काम किया जहां उन्होंने इंडियन क्लब नवरात्रि फेस्टिवल, इंडियन क्लब होली फेस्टिवल, द जंक्शन डांस वर्कशॉप, ग्लोबल विलेज और इंडियन जोन्स लंदन ट्रिनिटी थिएटर शो जैसे विभिन्न प्रसिद्ध शो में कोरियोग्राफर के रूप में काम किया।

2016 में उनके करियर में तेजी आई जब उन्हें कोरियोग्राफर के रूप में एनी बॉडी कैन डांस के साथ काम करने का मौका मिला। वहीं कुछ प्रसिद्ध शो जैसे कलर्स के सरताज (जावेद जाफरी के साथ जज) , शॉर्ट एंड स्वीट का भी हिस्सा रहे।

उन्होंने हल्दीराम नमकीन परिवार और पान विकास जैसी प्रसिद्ध शादियों की कोरियोग्राफी भी की। 2017-2019 से उन्होंने कंपनी बॉडी एंड माइंड योगा सेंटर के साथ एक फ्रीलेंसर कोरियोग्राफर के रूप में काम करना शुरू किया।

उन्होंने विभिन्न भोजपुरी और गुजराती फिल्मों में भी काम किया। उन्होंने Graba albums के लिए भी अपनी परफॉर्मेंस दी।उन्होंने वरुण धवन और श्रद्धा कपूर के साथ स्ट्रीट डांसर 3 और सलमान खान और सोनाक्षी सिन्हा की दबंग 2 के दुबई टूर को कोरियोग्राफ किया था।

उन्हें कई प्रमाण पत्रों और ट्राफियों द्वारा सम्मानित किया गया तथा उन्होंने डांस अहमदाबाद डांस, डांस का महासंग्राम, जरा नचके दिखा जा (गुजरात) और वाइब्रेंट गुजरात में पहला पुरस्कार जीता।

राजेश कुमार शेषमल कलाल मध्यम वर्गीय परिवार से है। उनके पिता एक छोटी सी तंबाकू की दुकान के मालिक थे वह एक तेल कारखाने में काम करते थे जहाँ उनको कुछ पैसे मिलते थे। उनके परिवार ने नाचने के लिए उनका कभी समर्थन नहीं किया लेकिन राजेश कुमार्स का नृत्य करने का जुनून कभी दूर नहीं हुआ।

कुछ वर्षों के बाद, वह अपने सपने को जीने के लिए मुंबई चले गए। वह एक विज्ञापन कंपनी में काम करते थे उन्होंने डांस इंडिया डांस और नच बलिए जैसे शो के कई ऑडिशन दिए। वह हर बार असफल रहे और कभी चयनित नहीं हुए।

राजेश अपने जुनून के लिए दिन रात मेहनत और अभ्यास करते रहे, उन्हें बाद मे DID में मौका मिला जहां उन्होंने रेमो डिसूजा के साथ काम किया।

समय के साथ उनका करियर आगे बढ़ता रहा तथा उन्हें डांस के लिए भी कई अवसर प्राप्त हुए। इसके साथ ही उन्होंने दबंग तथा स्ट्रीट डांसर 3 जैसी मूवीज में काम करके प्रसिद्धि पाई तथा अपने दम पर खुद की पहचान बनाने में सफल हुए।

 

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Kathak’s Antiquity Dates Back To The Mauryan Period Dance Is My pran – Atman And Soul Says Kathak Guru Shovana Narayan

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Kathak’s Antiquity Dates Back To The Mauryan Period Dance Is My pran – Atman And Soul Says Kathak Guru Shovana Narayan

9 September, 2020, Kolkata: “Dance is my pran, atman and soul. I loved both part of my life – being a dancer and a bureaucrat. I entered the world of dancing when I was barely three-year-old and before my formal education. There is a framed lehenga of mine at home which shows how small I was when I was initiated into dancing,” said kathak guru Padma Shri, Shovana Narayan, while connecting with a cross-section of audience across India through a session of Ek Mulakat presented by Shree Cement and organized by “https://pkfoundation.org/” Foundation.

Shovana was responding to a question from kathak exponent and conversationalist Shinjini Kulkarni of Ehsaas Women – “How did you manage to become a dancer and a bureaucrat?”

Shovana, a woman of stupendous achievements, is a kathak guru, choreographer, former bureaucrat, author and a researcher. Belonging to the guru-shishya parampara (tradition), Shovana believes in expanding the boundaries of kathak through cross-cultural experimentation and innovation in dance styles while rooted to kathak’s ancient Indian tradition.

Prabha Khaitan Foundation showcases India’s rich cultural legacy through various initiatives in India and abroad. Ek Mulakat is an exclusive initiative that allows patrons to rendezvous with legends and stalwarts from various walks of life like Shovana Narayan. It was an honour to host her and we look forward to more such enriching sessions,” said Manisha Jain, Branding & Communication Chief, Prabha Khaitan Foundation.

Shovana Narayan has popularised kathak in international fora by weaving dance and philosophy in her craft. She has successfully choreographed many international collaborative works with kathak and Western classical dance, Flamenco, tap dance, Buddhist chants and so on. In 2003, she choreographed the opening and closing ceremonies of Abilympics. Shovana has won over 37 national and international awards including Padma Shri, Sangeet Natak Akademi award, Japan’s OISCA Award, Bihar Gaurav Award and so on.

Shovana started learning kathak as a child in Calcutta under the tutelage of Sadhana Bose, then she moved on to Bombay and continued under guru Kundanlal ji Sisodia of the Jaipur Gharana and later she moved to Delhi under Pandit Birju Maharaj.

“I will never forget my indebtedness to Guru ji Birju Maharaj who announced my performance prior to his own performance at the Sapru House in Delhi. That was the kind of launching pad I got for my first stage performance,” she said.

Reflecting on her research on kathak, its antiquity, and “kathak villages”, Shovana recounted that about 17 years ago she was in Bodh Gaya for a performance and came to know about villages known as “kathak villages” for the first time from a journalist. “I found two or three such villages and later, along with an IAS colleague of mine, we started on our journey to discover these “kathak villages” and went from village to village, met people and gathered records and official documents and started delving deeper,” she said.

Sharing her findings on how ancient kathak was, Shovana said, “An epigraph from Kameshwar archive in Mithila has been confirmed by epigraphists to date back to the Mauryan period which is BC. The inscription in prakrit and brahmi lipi clearly mentions kathak as devotional dancing and mentions the region around Varanasi.”

“The kathak dance we see today is very different from the kathak community. The sculptures depicting dance forms in today’s standing temples, at best, go back to about a 1000 to 1100 years. So where are the temples and sculptures of the Gupta and Mauryan period which were so rich in architecture and sculptures! We don’t look into the small museums and archives of India which is the haven of information. That is where we have to see and find continuity in the form and stance of the kathak dance,” Shovana  said.

“I believed in myself and have never deviated from kathak, I was true to my kathak tradition just like the Western classical dancers were to their’s. So what did we do? We just found commonality in terms of poems, moods and even movements but the emphasis, the field and flow, as in the approach, tenor and flavour is different. I am careful about using the term fusion which means I lose my identity to merge myself into something. No, I keep my identity, so do they, and it is a beautiful collage of patterns and rhythmic dimensions,” she said

Ek Mulakat series of webinars have connected artistes, achievers, cultural aficionados, thinkers and authors with people across India and other continents.

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Real Life Aarya – Sushmita Sen Loves Reel Life Sampat Portrayed By Vishwajeet Pradhan

Posted by on Sep 4, 2020 in Breaking News | 0 comments

Real Life Aarya – Sushmita Sen Loves Reel Life Sampat  Portrayed By Vishwajeet Pradhan

Miss Universe-turned-Actor Sushmita Sen took to Social Media platforms beginning her appreciation post with “Naam kafi hai.” Meet Vishwajeet Pradhan, the Indian Entertainment industry’s rediscovery, all set to win our hearts again with the Sushmita Sen starrer, ‘Aarya’.
Having been a part of the Indian Entertainment industry for over three decades now, the acclaimed film fraternity veteran Vishwajeet Pradhan’s character takes the centre stage as the indispensable Henchman for the mob boss in Disney+ Hotstar’s latest web-series, Aarya.
Sushmita Sen’s social media platform post read, “Introducing #Sampat (Vishwajeet Pradhan’s character) in #Aarya. A strong presence with an ability to turn any character into a living being!!!? I love his accents..A gifted actor that can seamlessly add humour to even a most volatile character!!!What a privilege to have you be a part of #aaryafamily @vishwajeetpradhan. Love & Respect!!!”
Acknowledging Sushmita’s sweet gesture and appreciation post, an overjoyed Vishwajeet reposts, “#thankyou #sushmitasen #wonderwoman #actress #mother. What a pleasure working with you !!”

  
Vishwajeet’s fandom was also seen on both, Sushmita as well as his, social media posts where they were complimenting the actor’s stellar performance, some particularly appreciating the his adopted accent for the show!
What more to expect from this versatile actor? Stay tuned.


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An Iinvisible Hand Guided My Destiny Says Lord Bhikhu Parekh At A Lively Online Session Of Ek Mulakat Organized By Prabha Khaitan Foundation

Posted by on Aug 31, 2020 in Breaking News | 0 comments

An Iinvisible Hand Guided My Destiny Says Lord Bhikhu Parekh At A Lively Online Session Of Ek Mulakat Organized By Prabha Khaitan Foundation

An `invisible hand’ guided my destiny, says Lord Bhikhu Parekh

 29 August 2020, Kolkata: Leading political theorist, academic and life peer, Lord Bhikhu Parekh, shared his life experiences and views from London at a lively online session of Ek Mulakat organized by Prabha Khaitan Foundation. Lord Parekh responded to questions pertaining to women empowerment, Sanskrit, the English education system in India, immigration, parental love, and so on in conversation with Lady Mohini Kent Noon at the session attended by a global audience.

Lord Bhikhu Chotalal Parekh had an illustrious career as an academician and thinker. He got his PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE) and pioneered the concept of multiculturalism and harmony in Britain. He is the recipient of Padma Bhushan and also won the Global Thinker Award – Sir Isaiah Berlin Prize among many others.

Born in Amalsad, Gujarat, in 1935, Bhikhu was expected to join his family profession as a goldsmith. “My school head master influenced me to join college. At St Xavier’s College, Mumbai, I met a fascinating professor who encouraged me to do my Master’s and I joined the University of Bombay. There I met Prof Usha Mehta who guided me to go to the UK and I ended up at the London School of Economics. Again, an invisible hand in the shape of Prof Michael Oakeshott, one of the greatest philosophers of 20thCentury, who, for some reason, took an interest in me, helped me and the rest  is history,” Lord Bhikhu Parekh said.

“There are four important turning points in my life and at each of these some individuals came along and helped me. True to my past, I have dedicated my life to help young people navigate their lives in a way I have navigated mine,” he said.

“Prabha Khaitan Foundation’s initiatives have brought together great minds and talents. Lord Bhikhu Parekh is an erudite personality, whose life and works inspire all our viewers. We have many more such enlightening sessions lined up for the future,” Manisha Jain, Branding & Communication Chief, Prabha Khaitan Foundation.

Referring to the topic of gender equality in India, Lord Parekh said, “We must remember that the woman as a mother has rights which woman as a daughter and wife don’t have. Mahatma Gandhi was first to bring the largest number of women in public life by appealing to their motherly nursing instinct. Equality of women, in all spheres of life, is slowly happening in India.”

As a youth he had an inner impulse to make some sense of the world around him and refused to be a conformist, challenging some of the traditions and customs. Recounting his childhood memories, Lord Parekh said, “Once a so-called `untouchable’ woman touched me and my mother screamed at me to go an have a shower. I could not understand – Why should my mother’s touch be OK and this woman’s touch required a shower? I could gather courage to stand up against such questions because I could count on my parents’ love. Love gave me the courage to stand up.”

Lord Parekh shared another childhood anecdote that had a deep impact on him. “Once a woman came to my father and handed over her bangle and asked for Rs 400. My father said it was worth Rs 200. The woman insisted she be given at least Rs 300. My father threw the bangle at her and went inside for his afternoon siesta. The woman said to me, I have a son like you who is ill and I cannot pay the doctor’s fee without the money. I went and woke up my father. As she got the money she held my hand and said `May God bless and you have a good future’. Since then, my life’s work has been on equality. The ideas of equality and inequality were planted in me.”

  

Referring to the overwhelming influence of English among the Indian elites, Lord Parekh said, “The relation between India and Bharat is a very complex one. Even today, when you talk about Bharat, you are talking about a 3000-year-old land. Our consciousness is out of pace with the language. My feeling is that I would have loved India to go for a single language like the Israelis did with Hebrew.”

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