“Life loses half its interest if there is no struggle- if there are no risks to be taken.”
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose inspired and bought millions of youngsters into the freedom struggle during India’s Independence through his “Azad Hind Sena” saying “Give Me Blood and I’ll give You Freedom” and then setting up the milestone of “Indian National Army” leading from the front as “Netaji” and will always be the same in the hearts of Indians forever! Jai Hind!
Road safety is very important while being on the road and should know by all because road accidents are the leading cause of death. Everyone should learn the road traffic and safety rules at a very early age to perform safer behaviors in the later life. According to the reports, road accidents accounted for 4, 64,674 accidents which caused 1, 48,707 traffic-related deaths in India till date. Please remember that “Anyone driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.”
Following are the road safety rules that should be followed:
Everyone going on the road (especially drivers) must be to the left and let other vehicles pass on the opposite direction to pass.
Drivers should be in slow speed while bending or turning on the roads.
Take extra precaution while going on the over-crowded roads and road junctions.
Bikers or people using two wheel vehicles must wear helmets of superior quality otherwise they should never go on the road without helmet.
Speeds of the vehicles should be within the speed limit and slow especially in the areas of school, hospital, colony, etc.
Every vehicle on the road should maintain the right distance among them to avoid collisions and accidents.
Everyone using road should be well aware of the road signs and must follow rules.
All the road safety rules and regulations must be in mind while traveling.
Remember one thing, “Rules are to be followed, not to be broken.” Lastly, I’ll conclude saying that, “Road safety is a state of mind and accident is an absence of mind.”
“Army Day” is celebrated on 15 January every year in India, in recognition of Field Marshal Kodandera M. Cariappa’s taking over as the First Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from General Sir Francis Butcher, the last British Commander-in-Chief of India, on 15 January 1949. On the occasion of Indian Army Day, Let us thank the Indian Army to their dedication and protection!
Makar Sankranti is celebrated across the country in different ways and cultural significance. It is celebrated to welcome the season of harvest. “Makar Sankranti” is considered as the first festival which falls in new year. It is celebrated as following in different parts of India. Delhi and Haryana- “Makar Sankranti” is celebrated as main festival of the year in these parts of the country. Punjab- “Makar Sankranti” is celebrated as “Magli” Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh- It is celebrated with special Rajasthan delicacies and sweets called as “Sankranti Bhoj” Tamil Nadu- In the states of Tamil Nadu, Day 1 is celebrated as “Bhogi Pandigai”, Day 2 is celebrated as “Thai Pongal”, Day 3 is celebrated as “Maattu Pongal” and Day 4 is “Kaanum Pongal” Assam- It is celebrated as “Bhogali Bihu” as harvest festival in Assam Maharashtra- In Maharashtra, It is celebrated as “मकर संक्रांती” where people exchange multicolored halwa, til-gul laadoo etc. Kite flying festival is also celebrated with joy in various parts of Maharashtra. Goa- Goa celebrated same as Maharashtra and Gujarat but womens there celebrate Makar Sankranti as “Jaldi Kumkum” Gujarat- Uttarayan, Makar Sankranti festival in Gujarat. Kite festivals is the main attraction in Gujarat with sweet delicacies and exchange gifts with family and friends. Himachal Pradesh- It is celebrated as “Megha Saaji” as Makar Sankranti. Uttarakhand- Celebrated as “Ghughuti” as Makar Sankranti. Odisha- Makar Sankranti is celebrated by making “Makara Chaula” in the various parts of the state with joy and festival of new harvest of the paddy yields. West Bengal- It is celebrated as “Paush Sankranti” Bihar and Jharkhand- It is celebrated as “Khichdi” Karnataka- In Karnataka, Makar Sankranti is celebrated as “Suggi” or harvest festival of farmers of Karnataka. Kearala- In Kerala, Makar Sankranti is celebrated as “Makara Jyothi”at Sabrimala followed by Makaravilakku. It doesn’t matter whether “Makar Sankranti” is celebrated by different names or by following different traditional rituals what matters is that the whole Nation celebrates the first festival of New Year in India with happiness and togetherness.
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Rakhi is a sign of Love and protection. Rakhi defines the bond of affection between a brother and sister. Raksha Bandhan is mostly celebrated in Northern and Western parts of India. Sister ties a Rakhi on brother’s wrist and prays for the Joy, Prosperity and safety of her brother. Instead brother promises to protect her for lifetime.
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