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Here are some of the pictures from the Gala event.
Below is a the speech by President Barack Obama on the festival of Diwali
History of Diwali
India is a land of festivals. Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is celebrated with fervor and gaiety. The festival is celebrated by young and old, rich and poor, throughout the country to dispel darkness and light up their lives. The festival symbolizes unity in diversity as every state celebrates it in its own special way.
The celebration of the four-day festival commences on Aswayuja Bahula Chaturdasi and concludes on Kartika Shudda Vijiya. The first day of the festival Naraka Chaturdasi marks the vanquishing of the demon Naraka by Lord Krishna and his wife Satyabhama.
'Puranas' have it that Naraka, son of Bhudevi, acquired immense power from a blessing given by Lord Brahma after a severe penance. He soon unleashed a reign of terror in the kingdom of Kamarupa, harassing celestial beings with his invincible might. Unable to bear the tyranny of the demon, the celestial beings pleaded with Lord Krishna to save them from his torture.
But Naraka could not be easily killed as he had a boon that he would face death only at the hands of his mother Bhudevi. So, Krishna asks his wife Satyabhama, the reincarnation of Bhudevi, to be his charioteer in the battle with Naraka.
When Krishna feigns unconsciousness after being hit by an arrow of Naraka, Satyabhama takes the bow and aims the arrow at Naraka, killing him instantly. Later Lord Krishna reminds her of the boon she had sought as Bhudevi. The slaying of Naraka by Sathyabhama could also be taken to interpret that parents should not hesitate to punish their children when they stray on to the wrong path. The message of Naraka Chaturdasi is that the good of the society should always prevail over one's own personal bonds.
The second day is Amavasya when Lakshmi puja is performed. It is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi would be in her benevolent mood and fulfill the wishes of her devotees. One version says that it was on this day that Goddess Lakshmi emerged from Kshira Sagara (Ocean of Milk) when the Gods and demons were churning the sagara (ocean) for nectar (Amrit)
The other version is that when Lord Vishnu in the guise of Vamana, sought three feet of land from the generous demon king Bali, the latter had to surrender his head as Vamana had conquered the earth and the sky in two strides. Lord Vishnu banishes Bali into the Pathala Loka (netherland) by keeping his third stride on Bali's head. Later, pleased by his generosity, Lord Vishnu grants him a boon and he in turn requests the Lord to guard his palace at Pathala Loka.
Meanwhile, the Goddess is unable to bear the separation and her grief affects the functioning of the entire universe. Brahma and Lord Shiva offer themselves as guards and plead with Bali to relieve Vishnu. So, on the Amavasya day, Lord Vishnu returns to his abode and Goddess Lakshmi is delighted. It is believed that those who worship Goddess Lakshmi on this day would be bestowed with all the riches.
The third day is "Kartika Shudda Padyami." On this day Bali would come out of Pathala Loka and rule Bhuloka as per the boon given by Lord Vishnu. Hence, it is also known as "Bali Padyami".
The fourth day is referred to as "Yama Dvitiya." On this day, sisters invite their brothers to their homes.
However, in the northern part of India it is celebrated as the return of Ram along with Sita and Lakshman from his 14 years of exile after killing Ravana. To commemorate his return to Ayodhya, his subjects illuminated the kingdom and burst crackers. For the Gujaratis, Marwaris and other business community Diwali marks the worship of Goddess Lakshmi and also the beginning of the new financial year.
For Bengalis, it is the time to worship Goddess Kali or Durga. The Goddess Durga continued her "Vilaya Tandava" even after killing demon Mahishasura
Most People avoid wearing a bow tie because it looks complicated to tie or have only see the elastic version of the same but if you look back, most of the famous action heroes, have dawn a bow tie to give that sophisticated look.
A quick search of James Bond on Google reveals that all the actors who have played the role of James Bond have all dawned Bow Tie.
so then when was the last time you wore a Bow Tie?, No I am not talking about the elasticated version or the hook on type but the actual Bow Tie. Share with me in the comments
if your answer is never, then it time you should, trust me its a skill you can add to your CV, Tie a bow tie part of the art of manliness that every man should. Just send us your order here with your address and we will ship one out to you, and then follow our simple guide on how to tie a Bow Tie and enjoy. its that easy but it add class to your persona and charm try it. (do write to me in the comments section below about your experience, I would love to hear from you)
So lets start:
This called The Standard Technique, it easy and straightforward.
Tie a knot to position the tie
Share with us your experience, remember practice makes perfect don't worry if you don't get it right the first time but just keep at it soon you will be an expert.
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How to pack a suit while travelling?
Many managers today live a globe trotting lifestyle, Always on the move, so what is the best way to pack your suit while travelling, here is guide to pack your suit while business trips
While holding the suit jacket upright, pop in one of the shoulders and pull it inside-out as seen below (some choose to pull the entire sleeve inside out as well, but this is not necessary):
Tuck in the opposite shoulder into the one previously popped inside-out until the entire length of the lapel is lined up nicely.
Fold the suit jacket vertically so that everything is lined up to the width of one shoulder.
Fold the jacket horizontally in half so that the top of the shoulders is lined up with the bottom edge of the jacket.
There you have it! That’s how to pack a suit in a suitcase
The suit jacket is now ready to pack. Fold your pants along the crease and your suit should come out looking just as fresh at your destination as it did at your departure
If you have any suggestions or unique ways to fold your suit we would love to hear from you, please comment below if you would like more tips like this
Understanding Chef Uniforms - ever wondered why chefs dress the way they do, why do they wear so many clothes yet they always near the heat and fire, why does one chef have a longer chef hat than the other? or why do they wear a scarf?
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