Dec 23, 2010

Hazipur – My Home Town

Hazipur is my home town. I love my sweet and bubbly home place. It is the headquarters of Vaishali district, Bihar. It is bustling town and has a modern railway zonal office. Patna, the capital of Bihar is just at a distance of 10 Km from Hazipur. I have spent by childhood at the place.

It has good shopping area. One can find almost all popular clothes brands, apparel brand, etc. You can hang out at the popular restaurants like Fun n Food, Anamika, Family Choice, Kaveri, etc. There are many sweet shop in the town, I love yummy sweets that I have never tasted anywhere in India. Hazipur is very famous for bananas.

There are many places of interest in the city. Some of the popular places which I love visiting are Ramchaura Mandir, Nepali Mandir, Park in Zonal Region, Basawan Bhagat Indoor Stadium for playing indoor games, etc.

This small town boasts many education institutions for primary, secondary and higher education. St. Paul's High School,Baghmali, St Paul's School, Izra, Surajdeo Memorial School, Indian Public School, St. John's Public School, DAV Public School, Kendriya Vidyalay, Town High School, G.A.Inter School, Guru Vasisth Vidyayan, etc are popular schools in the town. Women’s College, Teachers Training College, ANM Training School, Kent Homeopathy College and Hospital, Institute of Hotel Management & Applied Nutrition (one of the top hotel management institute in India), CIPET, Sukhdev Mukhlal College, R.N.College, etc are popular colleges and education institutes in Hazipur.

Dec 16, 2010

A Day without You……

A day without you is a day without happiness and hope. I feel deserted when you are away from me. I feel helpless when you are not in my eyes. I want to keep you in my eyes all the time. You are my breath and soul. You are my true love. Your love runs in my vein and your feeling is my breath. Your happiness gives me energy.

The day was really tough when you are not with me. The clock was running very slow. I was feeling week without your presence. When you arrived I get the sunshine. I started blooming. Smile adorned my look. Happiness toned my mood. You are everything to me.

Don’t go away even for a day. It’s my request. It’s my pleasure.

Love You!!!

Sep 9, 2010

Commonwealth Games 2010 -Venues

Delhi is going to host nineteenth Commonwealth Games in 2010. It will be held in between 3rd October and 14 October 2010. It will be perhaps the largest multi-sport event in Delhi till date. Government is burning candles at both the end to make city prepared for the game. Perhaps, the buzz is right that Delhi government and the game community have started late for the preparation. The game is at the door but lots many things are still to be completed. Whatsoever is the situation, it is final that the Games will be held and guests will come to enjoy the game show. So, let us know about the Commonwealth Game Venues.

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Lodhi road: It is the third largest stadium of India. The opening and closing ceremony is scheduled to take place at this stadium. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

Dhyan Chand National Stadium, Patiala House, near India Gate: Hockey is scheduled to be played in this stadium. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, IP Estate: For Archery, Cycling, Gymnastics and Wrestling. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

Delhi University Sports Complex: For Rugby 7s. (5 October to 6 October, 2010)

Thyagaraj Stadium, INA colony: For Netball competition. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

Siri Fort Sports Complex, August Kranti Marg: For Badminton and Squash. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range, Surajkund Road, Tughlaqabad: For Shooting. (5 October to 13 October, 2010)

Talkatora Stadium, Willingdon Crescent Road: For Boxing (4 October to 11 October, 2010)

Dr. S.P. Mukherjee Swimming Pool Stadium, Games Village, Tahirpur, near GTB Hospital: For Aquatics. It will include Butterfly Stroke, Breast Stroke, Free Style Diving and Back Stroke. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

RK Khanna Tennis Stadium, Safdurjung Enclave, Africa Avenue: For Tennis. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

Yamuna Sports Complex, Near Akshardham: For Table Tennis. (4 October to 13 October, 2010)

These are the decided commonwealth Games 2010 venues.

All the best Delhi!
Hope for successful Games!!!

Jul 13, 2010

Famous Tourist Destinations in India –Five Hot Places

India is a land of diversity. The varied climate and geography makes India a wonderful land of natural beauty. India has deserts, mountains, lakes, hill stations, backwater network, historical sites, etc to entertain the visiting tourists. Here are lists of five must visit destinations of India:

Taj Mahal: Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of Medieval World. It is situated in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. It is considered as one of the most beautiful architectural creation of Mughal era. It was constructed by Shah Jahan in loving memory of his beautiful wife Mumtaj Mahal. The Taj is made of white marble. The marble was specially brought from Rajasthan. This is one of the most visited monuments of India. The interior of the monument is decorated with colorful murals and intricate carving on marble.

Goa Beaches: Goa is dotted with numerous palm sized fringing beaches. These beaches are known for their warm mood. Thousands of tourists from India and outside India visit the beaches of Goa. Some of the famous beaches of Goa are Anjuna, Baga, Dona Paula, Miramar, etc.

Kerala Backwaters: Kerala is very famous for its long network of backwaters. The regions famous for backwaters are Cochin, Alappuzha, Kollam, Kumarakom, etc. Houseboat touring is the best way to explore the virginity of Kerala Backwaters.

Rajasthan: Rajasthan is the historical land of India. It is famous for historical forts and palaces. Some of the famous forts and palaces of Rajasthan are Junagarh Fort, Amber Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, City Palace of Jaipur and Jodhpur, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Lake Palace, Monsoon Palace, etc. Rajasthan is also famous for exhibiting exotic sand dunes and wide species of flora and fauna.

Shimla: Shimla, the Queen of Hill Stations is famous hill station of India. It is the capital city of Himachal Pradesh. Nature has bestowed Shimla with stunning natural beauty. The snow-capped mountain, green velvety covering of vegetation, colorful wild flowers, sounds of rippling glaciers and tweets of singing birds make the surroundings very soothing and wonderful. Shimla experiences pleasant weather throughout the year. Even the bone chilling winter seems very pleasant and favorable. Visit the place and explore the beauty of nature.

May 8, 2010

Youth Power

The youth of any nation and society are its potential energy. They are the powerhouse and storehouse of infinite energy. If this powerhouse of nation is harnessed in appropriate direction, then country can reach untold heights. The quality of youth determines the kind of future nation will have. So, it is rightly said in words of US President F.D. Roosevelt that ‘we can’t build future for our youth, but we can build our youth for future . The future of a nation lies in the hand of posterity. Therefore, if we need to ensure a bright future for our country we first need to strengthen and empower youth. We need to direct the energy of youth in constructive channels. Their creative potential coupled zeal, enthusiasm, energy and versatility can work wonder and lead our nation to the path of development and progress.

Today’s youth is much more media obsessed, tech-savvy, fashion conscious, enterprising than predecessors and their main focus is on global research. They can take our nation from ‘India’ to ‘Globalised India’. Young generation is more conscious about national economy although, there is heavy rush of ‘Apna Sapna Money Money’ on everyone’s lips.

This generation lives by the clock and plans by the calendar. So, they are the one who can take the charge of making India more prosperous in future.

You may like to remain in touch with Young World to feel younger at your age. This site will give you entire stuffs about young world.

Feb 5, 2010

Sena: The force of destruction

The country is under puzzle like situation. The puzzle is between to tackle the problem with Pakistan first or with the “Marathi Manus”. The Pakistan is in the race to occupy the Kashmir and the Sena is craving to vacate the north Indians from Maharashtra. Apart from these, the big shortcoming is this that our government is not in position to save either. Kashmir is day –by-day being occupied by the Pakistani militants and North Indians are being targeted everyday by the force of Marathi Manus.
Indian constitution is getting devalued and the Indian Security Force is distracted from the right path due to the internal disturbances. Article 19 needs to be modified to fulfill the keen desire of the Marathi. New constitution of dual citizenship is the demand of the day in order to get rid of the problems like “outsiders”. Now Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra is not in India; they are not the one. They are different among themselves, they are not like brother to help each other; rather they are like enemy who cannot suffer to see each other’s ugly face.
These are the motto of the “Marathi Manus” and not of the north Indians. They are the north Indian who still wants the tranquility and brotherhood.