Wish you all A Happy Makar Sankranti – 2015. Let it be day full with fun, positivity and safety for you and your dear and near once.
Good Morning and Jay Shree Krishna to my dear friend.
Happy Independence Day To You.
How are you today? How was weekend? It was 64th Independence Day. Did you celebrate it? If yes, than let me know how was it and if NO, please do it next time.
Being Citizen of India I am proud to be an Indian. 15th August and 26th January are the ONLY two days where we have opportunity to show our loyalty towards Mother India. It is time to give back the loyalty and truthfulness to our nation. We celebrate many birthdays, festivals, parties, etc. in a year than why can’t these two days be celebrated too?
I did celebrated it in my own small way that I can. I did it. In all my cars, my office rooms, glasses, every where, I was caring the Indian Flag. It’s not only the flag but it shows our loyalty towards our Nations. In the evening I was out with my kids and they were holding Indian flag. Believe me, it’s a good feeling to carry our national flag in our hand in public. So, I can say that it’s a proud feelings. You might be thinking that does it make any difference if 1-2 individual don’t do this? Well, I know that I am suppose to do it and I do my Role in the best way that I can as a good Citizen of India. Being an educated people we have to do it to show our Unity, power to those people who are trying to disturb our nation’s Peace and Harmony.
I don’t want to give a big lecture on this issue as I know you are very educated and mature person.
If you did not celebrate it, please try to celebrate it from next time, Mother India gives us Culture, the good qualities which other foreign people in different countries don’t have. SO, these 2 days are the ONLY days we have to give back our loyalty. In our day 2 day life if someone helps us we always say “Thanks You” to them,,,, same way 15th August and 26th January are the days where we should have to say THANK YOU to MOTHER INDIA.
Good wishes for this week. I wish it will be nice, creative, happy and peaceful giving it to you.
Take Care always
With lots of love
Today, Saturday, August 15, 2009. India, the world’s biggest democracy, celebrates its 63rd Independence Day reminding the masses of an end to British rule on August 15, 1947.
I am Proud to be an Indian.
Good morning friends. Let’s give a warm welcome the man of the day, A R Rahman. We should all be proud of him. We should be inspired with him as he is an Indian, specially those other musicians who have the same talent as him.
The return of Music maestro A R Rahman, the first Indian to win two Oscars, to his home city to a rousing welcome by his fans and friends in the wee hours of today gives us proud for being an indian.
The 43-year-old musician, arrived here from London by an Emirates Airways flight at around 2.30 am, who won the Oscars for Best Original Music and Best Song for his compositions in ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ at the 81st Academy Awards.
A large number of people, who waited at the airport for the ‘Mozart of Madras’, cheered him up as he came out of the international terminal to the beats of drum specialist Sivamani and his troupe. Kerala’s “Kottu Melam” (percussion instrument) artists gave a performance on behalf of the Indian Airlines.
Tamil Nadu Information Minister Parithi Ilamvazhuthi received Rahman with a bouquet at the airport terminal. A happy face looking Rahman waved at the crowd acknowledging their support before leaving for his home.
Rahman was born in a musically affluent family in Chennai on January 6, 1966.
“This award is a gift for every Indian,” said Oscar winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty, as he also arrived here today to a rousing welcome along with ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ actor Irrfan Khan. Pookutty and Khan were garlanded by enthusiastic fans amidst beating of drums.
Overwhelmed by the euphoric scenes outside the international airport, Kerala-born Pookutty, who won the coveted award for sound mixing, said “I never expected such a grand welcome. This award is a gift for every Indian.”
Khan said “I am lucky to be appreciated for my work.”