Ramadn kareem a Special month 2018 spread your Love “Remember one thing, you might be a PLAYER of RAMADAN ” …

 

On this ramadan u can spread a peace of mind that comes with knowing the best way to do

 

 

 

The month of Ramadan is a special gift to all the Muslims. When the moon is sighted then people wish each other the Ramadan Mubarak love and wishes. It is the month of being patient even in the presence of countless blessings from Allah. It is an advanced society where the use of WhatsApp and Facebook is very common. The people wish Ramadan greetings to their loved ones through these social means. The brightness of Ramadan spreads in every direction which gathers all the Muslims towards prayers. The mankind seeks guidance in this sacred month of Ramzan.

 

 

Welcome Ramadan Walk humbly Talk politely Dress neatly Treat kindly Pray attentively Donate generously May Allah bless & protect you.

 

 

 

 

 

The spirit of Ramadan is to follow the right path which is the path of virtue. In the Ramadan Mubarak wish there is a message of guidance, blessings forgives and purification of the soul. These new collections of quotes make us realize the rewards of good deeds and the punishment for skipping our fasts and prayers. All our prayers are answered in this month. The Muslims clearly know that the reward of patience is Heaven for all the Muslims. Allah converts all our sorrows into happiness and tears into smiles.

 

 

YA ALLAH
RAMADAN MUBARAK
KE IBTIDA HAI
HAMAY ZIADA SE ZIADA
NEKIAN KAMANAY
OR BURAIYON SE DUR
HONE KI TOUFEEQ ATA FARMA.
AMEEN!

 

 

 

 

 

If you like to listen to music, whether the style of western societies or even those from Muslim countries, reduce, even eliminate the time you spent on them; replace them with reciting and listening to recitation from the Quran

 

 

I try to close my eyes because I might see you.
I try to close my mouth because I might say your name.
I try to close my ears because I might hear of you,
but I can’t close my heart because I can’t forget you!!

 

 

 

 

Have you ever wondered why we’re happy in Ramadan? Because we do what we were created to do.

 

Ramadan is gifted to you for: devotion, purification and gaining rewards in multiples

 

 

Make this Ramadan the turning point in your life. Break free from the deceptions of the world and indulge into the sweetness of Iman

 

 

 

On the month of Ramadan,
I am wishing you four weeks of blessings,
30 days of clemency,
and 720 hours of enlightenment.
Happy Ramadan!

 

 

 

Ramadan is like the rain. It nourishes the seeds of good deeds

 

 

Garmmi K Mosam Ki Wajah Se,

Agar Roz’zay Main Aapko Shadeed Pyaas

Mehsoos Honay Lagay.

To Aisa Karen.
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Maghrib ki Azaan Ka Intazaar Karin,

Ziyaada Draamay Baazi Ki Zaroorattt Ni Haiii!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t give up on your dua. You don’t know where the response will come from or how many evils were averted from your path or how much your scale of deeds increased in weight due to that one supplication

 

 

I hope you will achieve the purification of the soul upon commemorating the month of Ramadan.
Wishing you a blessed and happy Ramadan!

 

If you are going back to sinful life after Ramadan. Then you gained nothing but hunger.

 

 

 

Ramadan Recipe
A Glass Of Care
A Plate Of Luv
A Spoon Of Peace
A Fork Of Truth &
A Bowl Of Duaas.
Mix With Spices Of Quraan.
Enjoy This Meal.
Ramadan Mubarak 

 

 

 

Welcome Ramadan
Walk humbly
Talk politely
Dress neatly
Treat kindly
Pray attentively
Donate generously
May ALLAH bless & protect you

 

 

 

As the auspicious month of Ramadan begins, may the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace.Wishing you a Happy Ramzann 2018!

 

Navratri 2018 Special: “Top 7 Delicious & Tasty Recipes Made Without Onion And Garlic “.

 

 

 

 

 

Magic¬†comes from what is inside you, It is a part of you, you can’t just weave together a spell that you dont believe in. ‚ėļHappy navratriūüėá

 

The two ingredients that have known to hold an important spot in the kitchen are onions and garlic. Most Indian delicacies are dominated by these two ingredients and one can definitely not imagine cooking without it. Their distinctive taste and flavour set them apart from other ingredients; add them to delicious curries, tandoori snacks, pakoras, snacks, biryanis or just about anything. However, some may not like adding both these ingredients and prefer having their dish simple and light and some may avoid them during Navratri. Thanks to the availability of a plethora of other ingredients that one can add in their dishes to keep them equally enticing.

 

These recipes that we suggest are best for preparing during Navratri, which is slated to begin on 18th March, 2018 and end on 26th March, 2018. Most devotees like to eat sattvik bhojan during Navratri or observe a fast for nine days in order to seek blessings from the deity. This Navratri 2018, prepare any delicacy without onion and garlic.

 

You can make your favourite¬†rajma,¬†paneer makhani¬†and¬†kadai paneer¬†without adding onion and garlic to them and still find them tasty. So, if you haven’t tried making these regular delicacies without onion and garlic, then it is the time you do.

 

Here’s our list of 7 best recipes without onion and garlic you’d definitely love to try.

 

 

1. Paneer Bhurji Recipe

 

This North Indian recipe is made from crumbled paneer saut√©ed with tomatoes and a host of spices to make it chatpata. This quick recipe doesn’t use onion and garlic and makes for an amazing dish for lunch or dinner.

 

 

 

 

  • This North Indian recipe is made from crumbled paneer saut√©ed with tomatoes.

 

2. Rajma Recipe

 

If you gave up on the fact that rajma cannot do without onion and garlic, you should rethink. This undying classic dish has a host of masalas that will definitely make you fall in love.

 

 

 

 

  • This undying classic dish has a host of masalas

 

3. Chholia Paneer Rasedaar Recipe

 

Chholia, the green chana, is added to paneer pieces blended with an aromatic mix of spices, khoya, turmeric and coriander, and of course, there is no onion and garlic added to it.

 

 

 

 

  • Chholia, the green chana, is added to paneer pieces blended with an aromatic mix of spices‚Äč.

 

 

4. Paneer Makhni Recipe

 

Paneer makhni is a food paradise for vegetarians, and anything that goes missing can make this dish taste weird. However, this recipe of creamy paneer makhni without onion and garlic will ensure you do not miss out on a single flavour.

 

 

 

5. Mangauri Chholia Recipe

 

Mangauri and chholia come together to offer a complete new taste to the palate. Mangauri and chholia along with cumin seeds, asafoetida, ginger, garam masala, tomato and green chilies will give you a spicy yet a devouring dish.

 

 

 

  • Mangauri and chholia come together to offer a complete new taste to the palate‚Äč.

 6. Sabut Matar Ki Sabzi Recipe 

 

Matar, or peas, are cooked tender using asafoetida, red chilies, chaat masala, mango powder and coriander leaves among others. With such interesting ingredients in this dish, who would want to add onions and garlic in their dish!

 

 

 

 

7. Ghutti Hui Gobhi Recipe

 

Mashed cauliflower is rolled in a bed of ingredients like cumin seeds, coriander powder, yogurt, turmeric, garam masala, et al. This recipe promises you a real treat for your taste buds without onions and garlic. We bet you’d love it.

 

 

  • This recipe promises you a real treat for your taste buds without onions and garlic.

 

Go on and try these 7 best recipes without onion and garlic and enjoy savouring them! Also, do let us know which one you tried and loved!

 

The Most Colorful and vibrant Festival of India –¬†Holi is the Day to express love with colors. It is a time to show affection, All the colors that are on you are of Love.

Holi, the festival of colours, is just around the corner. But while we're already excited for the long weekend, and have our drinking and dancing plans in place, there are several kinds of Holis that we are unaware about.
Holi, the festival of colours, is just around the corner.

 

Holi, the festival of colours, is just around the corner.¬†But while we’re already excited for the long weekend, and have our drinking and dancing plans in place, there are several kinds of Holis that we are unaware about.

 

Read on as we tell you about the different kinds of Holi that are celebrated in India.

1. Lathmar Holi РBarsana village, Uttar Pradesh

Lathmar Holi

 

According to myths, Holi began in the Barsana region of India, which includes Vrindavan, Mathura, Nandgaon and Barsana. Interestingly, the festival here is celebrated with not just colors, but with lathis. As per tradition, women chase away the men with lathis. But it’s not a beating session Рit’s a crazy one, and the men come prepared too.

2. Khadi Holi –¬†Kumaon region, Uttarakhand

Kumaoni holi

Khadi holi is played in the Kumaon region that includes mainly towns in Uttrakhand. As a part of the celebration, the locals wear traditional clothes, sing khari songs and dance in groups. They move in tolis, and greet the people they pass by. In this region, Holi is usually a musical gathering in different versions known as Baithika Holi, Khadi Holi and Mahila Holi.

3. Hola Mohalla РPunjab

Holla Mohalla

 

Hola Mohalla, known as the warrior Holi, is celebrated in Punjab. This festival is observed by Nihang Sikhs. They exhibit martial arts, and sing their hearts out on this day, that is usually celebrated a day before Holi.

4. Basant Utsav and Dol Jatra- West Bengal

Dol

 

The Basant Utsav is a way to welcome the spring season. On this day, there is a special celebration at Shantiniketan. Boys and girls dress up in saffron coloured clothes, sing and dance to celebrate this festival. On the other hand, Dol Jatra is a part of the main Holi festivities. On Dol Purnima, idols of Radha and Krishna are taken to the streets in a procession. To add to the fun, men spray water and colours at this procession.

5. Shigmo – Goa

 

 

Shigmo festival is a massive spring celebration in Goa. It is one of the major festivals of Hindus. Here, traditional folk and street dances are done by farmers. Even tourists at Goa celebrate this festival with a lot of excitement.

6. Yaosang РManipur

Yaosang

 

In Manipur, Holi or Yaosang is celebrated for six days. It starts on the day of the full moon and combines Hindu and indigenous traditions. The highlight of the festival is the Thabal chongba, a Manipuri folk dance that is performed during. To add to the traditions and maintain uniformity, the Hindus of Manipur play this festival with colours too.

7. Manjal Kuli РKerala

Holi

 

Down south, Holi isn’t as popular as it is in North India. However, some communities in the southern part of the country celebrate Holi, but with distinct traditions and names. In Kerala, Holi is called Manjal Kuli and is celebrated in the Konkani temple of Gosripuram Thirumala.

8. Phaguwa РBihar

Holi Bihar

 

Bihar and Holi go hand in hand. The festival is known as Phaguwa in the local Bhojpuri dialect. However, in Bihar, it’s important to light the Holika pyre before playing Holi. After that, Holi is played with folk songs, water and powdered colors derived from natural sources. Consumption of Bhang is also a part of the holi celebrations in the state.

9. Phakuwah – Assam

Holi in assam

 

Phagwah is Assam‚Äôs¬†name for Holi. It is similar to Bengal‚Äôs ‚ÄėDol Jatra‚Äô. However, here the festival is celebrated over two days. On the 1st day, clay huts are burnt signifying the legend of Holika dahan. On the 2nd day, the locals celebrate it with colours just like everyone else!

10. Rang Panchami РMaharashtra and Madhya Pradesh

Dahi Handi

 

Maharashtra celebrates Holi in the most fun way possible. Colour celebrations take place on the 5th day after Holika dahan and is known as Ranga Panchami.

11. Royal Holi – Udaipur, Rajasthan

Holi at Udaipur

 

On the eve of Holi, locals light bonfires to mark the occasion and get rid of evil spirits in the holika dahan.¬†This celebration is done at a grand level by Udaipur’s Mewar royal family. The fancy procession includes decorated horses and the royal band. Later, the traditional sacred fire is lit and an effigy of Holika is burnt.

And here’s a whole map for you that shows Holi in different parts of the country.

Holi Map