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Kauno pilis, Coveno pilis yra įsikūrusi Lietuvos mieste Kaune. Seniausia mūrinė pilis Lietuvoje. Archeologinių tyrimų duomenimis, jo statyba datuojama XIV amžiaus viduryje. Pastatytas strategiškai svarbioje vietoje - Nemano ir Neries upių santakoje kaip gynybinė tvirtovė nuo kryžiuočių ordino.
Tai, ką tikrai turėtumėte išbandyti Lietuvoje, yra nacionalinis lietuviškas patiekalas - cepelinai. Smulkinta mėsa bulvių ir miltų pagalvės viduje (patiekalas virinamas) Patiekiama su grietine ir spirgučiais! Gerkite jį su spirgučiais - nesigailėsite, net jei nevalgysite taukų. Tai beveik nepastebima, su daržovėmis.
Vande Matram!, it means Mother, I owe to thee. How much do we know about Vande Matram, our National Song? In this article you will get so many facts, its historical prominence and its meaning too.
Vande Matram, it is a Sanskrit poem, written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee,an Indian novelist, poet and journalist, in 1870. In this poem he is personifying India as a mother goddess and inspiring activists during the Indian Independence Movement. This song has become more popular after the publication of Bengali novel Anandmath.
This song always remains on the top of the chart, even then when the charts were not formed, sometimes due to controversies, sometimes due to Independence day, and if there is no reason then on the name of nationalism.
Almost all of us are acquainted with Vande Matram, the National Song, from the school days. It is in Sanskrit, the language of God. Usually we sing only two verses because only two verses are adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India, on 24 January, 1950, but it has originally six stanzas and the another interesting thing is that our Constitution doesn't have any mention of National song. It is adopted as a National song because of acumen of Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India.
In July 2017, the Madras High Court ruled that the Vande Mataram shall be sung or played at least once a week in all schools, universities and other educational institutions of Tamil Nadu. The Court also ruled that the song should be played or sung in government offices and industrial facilities at least once a month.
So what does this song mean!? How much do we understand this!? Here is its meaning, The first stanza (sujalāṃ suphalāṃ................. mātaram) praises the motherland, she is the one with the purest water; healthy fruits and crops; having cold and refreshing breeze with the aroma of sandelwood same as the Malaygiri hills; having the soil which is productive, prosperous, and light Brown in color. I bow to thee mother.
The Second stanza (śubhra jyotsnā ................ mātaram) again describing her features. It means, Her moonlit nights give gratifaction - pleasure and satisfaction - the land is engrossing and full of greeny and beautiful flowers. The different languages chanted here are melodious and delightful. The one who gives boon of pleasure and happiness. I bow to thee mother.
A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people. Somebody has quoted, "A person without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots." So we all should be connected with our culture and try to decipher it.
Jai Hind!, Jai Bharat!!
- Mohit Rawal
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Siddharth Shukla, winner of Bigg Boss 13, goes missing; fans played Missing Siddharth's trend on social media
Popular actor Siddharth Shukla of TV always stays in the limelight due to the shows. His fan following is also very good and people also like him a lot. This is the reason why he named the title of Bigg Boss 13. Even after the end of the show, people are showering love on them and now they are missing their action. Everyone is sitting in their homes amidst the nationwide lockdown caused by Corona virus.
Bollywood and TV stars are also at home but they are very active on social media and through this they are connected to their fans. Sharing the experience of his routine and throwback life, but no one knows what Siddharth Shukla is doing during this time. He is also not active on social media. This is why the hashtag we are missing is trending Siddharth on social media. Did Siddharth Shukla go missing somewhere?
His fans are writing messages for him on social media. A fan wrote that he is missing Siddharth's face, laughter, his tweets and replies, live sessions. At the same time, another user wrote, 'I am missing his face, voice, humor, his laugh, everything. What do you know about Siddharth Babu from a livee? At the same time, another user wrote, 'We are missing your one liners. We are missing your logical ultraction. We are missing your honesty. Missing your love for Shahnaz. We are missing your friendship.