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21st June 2015, the first International Yoga Day now that’s some proud stuff for our heritage. People from all over the world joined this initiative led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After doing Yoga with more than 35000 kids at Raj Path PM Modi was in news but for a different reason. The reason was what he did during the Yoga. Apparently he insulted our National Flag by wearing it around his neck and using it to wipe his sweat. Now that’s bad, that’s outrageous but did he really insulted the flag. Our it was just some social Media campaign to defame Modi by some other Political Parties.

Well our Media is accusing him of insulting the flag but the reality is that he was not even wearing a flag around his neck, yes! He was wearing a “muffler” which was in “tricolor”. Ok let me just copy paste the words of a Quora User “Suraj Chavan”, he has explained it in a very informative way –

According to the Flag code of India –

The Indian flag has a ratio of two by three (where the length of the flag is 1.5 times that of the width). All three stripes of the flag (saffron, white and green) are to be equal in width and length. The size  of the Ashoka Chakra was not specified in the Flag code, but it should  have twenty-four spokes that are evenly spaced. In section 4.3.1 of “IS1: Manufacturing standards for the Indian Flag”, there is a chart that details the size of the Ashoka Chakra on the nine specific sizes of the national flag. In both the Flag code and IS1, they call for the Ashoka Chakra to be printed or painted on both sides of the flag in navy blue. Below is the list of specified shades for all colors used on the national flag, with the exception of Navy Blue, from “IS1: Manufacturing standards for the Indian Flag” as defined in the 1931 CIE Color  Specifications. The navy blue colour can be found in the standard IS:1803-1973.

 

These are set rules for size and color of our flag

Modi Insulted Indian Flag

 

So Basically This is Indian Flag –

Indian Flag

 

And this –
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It neither has a Ashoka Chakra nor does it have a length ratio of 2 by 3…

SO IT’S JUST A TRI-COLORED MUFFLER.

 

Thank you Suraj Chavan for explaining all this. 

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We have a long history with our neighbour Pakistan and this history is not very nice. After the partition when Pakistan came in existence the tensions are always high between these two countries. From border to internal both countries have faced violence especially with religion.

During the time of independence Pakistan had 22% of Hindus in the total population. But now they are just under 2%. The reason behind the decline of Hindus in Pakistan is mass killing and conversion.

But there are still some Hindus left in Pakistan who are at good place but they are often mocked by calling “Cow Worshipper” or by some derogatory words to defame “Hindus”.

One of the Hindu MP in Pakistan “Mr. Lal Malhi” broke his silence on this matter. He said that he was being mocked because he is a Hindu. He added that he is a Hindu and a Pakistani citizen and as a Hindu worshipping Cow is his faith and they should not mock him or defame his religion.

This video is from ongoing budget session in Pakistan.

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Spoilers Duh!

Game of Thrones Season 5 final was heartbreaking for everyone even for Member of Parliament and Minister of Human Resource Development Smriti Irani. Our very own Minister was heartbroken when she saw the final of season 5.

And her reaction to GoT Season 5 final was like all of us, Surprised/Heartbroken/Sad.

 

Well to all Bhakts, it was just a joke so have a laugh and share!

No Offence!

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21st June is Father’s Day and we all know how important our father in our life is. Without him we cannot go to a movie, we cannot afford our bike/cars and we cannot enjoy our life. But dad’s are not limited to this, dad’s are good..Awesome. Even if he is not your friend he cares for you more than anything in the world. He knows what you like or not, he knows what you want or not, he behaves strict sometimes because he wants you to get ready for the life.

So to enjoy this amazing day “father’s Day” we have 11 Movies that you should watch with your father.

Ferrari ki Sawwari (2012)

This movie is underrated; it never got the respect it deserve. Ferrari ki Sawwari tells you a story of a single father who just want to make his young boy’s dream come true. And for that they also used Sachin Tendulkar’s Ferrari.

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Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011)

Ok this movie is not the great type but it is a movie which you can enjoy with your father. Movie tell you the story of Sunny paaji who comes to India to unite his family.

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Do Dooni Chaar (2010)

If you haven’t watched this movie then watch it ASAP, this movie is great. A middle-class father in India struggles through a series of unexpected events for upholding respect and smiles.

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Well Done Abba (2010)

We have seen Boman Irani in many avatars but this time he tops all,, he is a chauffeur in big city but when he goes to his village he fights against all odds to drill a well into his land with the help of his feisty daughter Muskaan.

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Paa (2009)

A totally different take on Father-Son relationship.

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Gandhi, My Father (2007)

He was Bapu for everyone but couldn’t be a good father for his kid. A troubled personal life of Mahatma Gandhi. Don’t worry its not as bad as it looks.

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Waqt : The Race against Time (2005)

Waqt is the story of a father and a son between whom there is a special bond. Unlike many other father son relationships, these two are more like friends. But to teach his son lessons on life Father takes some drastic steps.

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Baghban (2003)

I know I know, you don’t want to see this movie especially with your father. It tells a story of four kids who doesn’t care about their Mother-father, but that’s the point you are not like them.

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Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001)

One of the most famous family movies in India. The movie tells a story of a rich family who goes to trouble when their son decides to marry a normal girl. And later the younger son tries to unite the family in the richest way possible.

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Virasat (1997)

A son returns to his village after finishing his studies abroad, he got dreams but sudden demise of his father cause him to fill his shoes. He decides to take full responsibility of village at the coast of compromising his personal dreams.

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Akele Hum Akele Tum (1995)

Remember that song “Oh I love you Daddy”, that from this movie. The story revolves around a middle class father who decides to fight his rich wife in court to take his son’s custody.

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Even if you any other movies that we should watch with our father then please mention below in comments.

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With big in area India is also big in Monuments. Taj Mahal was one of the World’s wonder but what if we have to choose “7 Wonders of India”, well we have 700 Wonders in India but who will be in top 7. That’s hard real hard, but still we used the power of internet and with the help of Quora we have decided “7 Wonders of India”.

We wanted to put more than 7 because you know its India, every monument is a Wonder but still we had spot for just 7 wonders, so here they are “Seven Wonders of India”

Taj Mahal

It deserves an unarguably number 1 spot in the list. Taj Mahl is a white marble mausoleum, Made by Mugal Emperor Shah Jahan for his favorite wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is widely seen as “Symbol of Love”. It is situated in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

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Kumbhalgard Fort

Kumbhalgard Fort is situated in Rajsamand, Rajasthan (80kms from Udaipur). This massive fort was built by Rana Kumbha in 15th Century; this fort is also the birthplace of Legendary Warrior Maharana Pratap. But what makes it a Wonder is its wall which has perimeter that extends 36 kilometers, making it the second longest wall in the world. Yes Second Largest after Great Wall of China.

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Meenakshi Temple

Meenakshi Amman Temple is a historic Hindu temple located on the southern bank of the Vaigai River in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. There are an estimated 33,000 sculptures in the temple. The temple forms the heart and lifeline of the 2,500 year old city, though the present structure was built between 1623 and 1655 CE.

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Akshardham Temple Delhi

It is more like a Modern Wonder, also known as “Swaminarayan Temple” situated in Delhi. The complex displays millennia of traditional Hindu and Indian culture, spirituality, and architecture. This temple is also in Guinness World record as the World’s Largest Comprehensive Hindu Temple.

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Ujjayant Palace

It was a former royal place of the princely state Tirpura. Ujjayant Palace is situated in Agartala. It is one of the largest museums too with area covering over 800 acres.  It was constructed between 1899 and 1901 by then Tripura king, Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya.

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Howrah Bridge

The identity of Kolkata, the bridge was constructed between 1936-1942. It was one of its kind in India. The bridge connects two cities Kolkata and Howrah, The bridge is on the Hooghly River. On 14 June 1965 it was renamed Rabindra Setu after the great Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore. The Bridge carries a daily traffic of approximately 100,000 vehicles and possibly more than 150,000 pedestrians, easily making it the busiest cantilever bridge in the world. The third-longest cantilever bridge at the time of its construction, the Howrah Bridge is the sixth-longest bridge of its type in the world.

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Golden Temple

The Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib or popularly “Golden Temple” is situated in Amritsar, Punjab. It is one of the holiest sikh gurudwara. The temple was completed in 1604. The Harmandir Sahib was designed by the fifth guru, Guru Arjan, who had the cornerstone laid by the Muslim Sufi saint Sai Hazrat Mian Mir on 28 December 1588.

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We know that we have left many monuments but we had place for just “seven”, well if you have any monument in your mind that should be in this list then please mention it in comments may be in our next list we will include it.