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Respect is one of the greatest expressions of love. A real man never hurts a woman. Be a real man and respect women. If you don’t respect her, you obviously don’t deserve her. She is a Woman, she is a Mother, she is a Daughter, she is a Wife, she is a Sister. Respect Female. Respect for women is one of the greatest gifts a father can show a son. It’s a man’s job to respect women, but it’s a women’s job to give him something to respect. A Woman brought you into this world, so you have no right to disrespect one. A successful Woman is one who can build a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at her. She is not just a housewife who cooks your meals and washes your clothes. She is a homemaker who holds together the family and makes sure that everything is as perfect as it can be once you get home. Nothing is stronger than a woman who is fighting for what she believes in. A woman’s strength cannot be seen with the naked eye. It can only be felt when times get rough and she is the only one left standing. If you want to be treated like a king, then treat your woman like a queen. When she is happy, she is the wind that keeps me safe and comfortable. However, when she is mad, she is the storm that can destroy everything that is in her path. Treat a woman right and you will be treated right in return. Respect is earned, not given. Deserved, not inherited. The most beautiful thing a woman can wear is confidence.Girls want attention, Women want respect. If they don’t respect, appreciate and value you, then they don’t deserve you. Image Credit: it's Soumya Das but doesn't know his profile ID. Let me know if you find it, I will update it. Image selection - @streetofvillages and Text narration by @yesindia #streetofvillages #india #indian #yesindia #morningmotivation #morning #motivation #picoftheday #pictures #photography #photo #photographer #canon #women #respect #nikon #followme #instafamous #instafollow #best #amazing #beauty #beautiful
A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. Success is no accident. Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence. There are no secrets to success. Keep your dreams alive. Image Credit- @sumeetkadakia IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #legs #hardwork #street #streetlife #streetphotography #life #communityfirst #_woi #_soi #IndiaPictures #storiesofindia #streetphotographyindia #photographers_of_india #india_ig #indianphotography #mypixeldiary #desi_diaries #traveller #agameoftones #vsco #vscocam
Better than Heaven or Arcadia I love thee, O my India! And thy love I shall give To every brother nation that lives. God made the Earth; Man made confining countries And their fancy-frozen boundaries. But with unfound boundless love I behold the borderland of my India Expanding into the World. Hail, mother of religions, lotus, scenic beauty, And sages! Thy wide doors are open, Welcoming God’s true sons through all ages. Where Ganges, woods, Himalayan caves, and Men dream God – I am hallowed; my body touched that sod By Swami Yogananda Image Credit: @vj_bellary In frame: @shivani_vivek IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #streetofvillages #india #indian #yesindia #indiashots #indiapics #picoftheday #independence #independenceday #tricolor #motivation #goodmorning #morning #morningmotivation #canon #nikon #samsung #photographs #photographer #photography
Ghats in Varanasi are riverfront steps leading to the banks of the River Ganges. The city has 88 ghats. Most of the ghats are bathing and puja ceremony ghats, while two ghats are used exclusively as cremation sites. Most Varanasi ghats were rebuilt after 1700 AD, when the city was part of Maratha Empire.The patrons of current ghats are Marathas, Shindes (Scindias), Holkars,Bhonsles, and Peshwes (Peshwas). Many ghats are associated with legends or mythologies while many ghats are privately owned. Morning boat ride on the Ganges across the ghats is a popular visitors attraction. Image Credit - @ashrafularefin IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #ghats #Varanasi #nikon #canon #photography #hemakutahill #hampi #silhoutte #silhouttes #karnataka #travelkarnataka #karnataka_focus #karnatakastreets #karnatakapictures #karnatakatourism #kannadanadu_ #storiesofindia #_coi #indianphotos #indiapictures #theweekoninstagram #tripotocommunity
In Indian wrestling physical training means to build strength and develop muscle.There are some specific exercises that wrestler should do on daily basis, Surya Namaskara, shirshasan,the dand and bethak. The freestyle type of Indian wrestling is one of the most popular and traditional sport from India. Punjab is well known for its wrestlers or Pahalwan and its one of best place to learn Kushti or Indian wrestling. Diet’s of Indian wrestler are very restricted it contains ghee milk along with almonds,green vegetables,banana,apple and water melon in fruits.Consumption of tobacco and alcohol are strongly prohibited for the Pahalwan of India. There are only few major place remain where the Indian wrestling is practice and the place is known as Akahra’s, for more follow the link major akahra’s in India. Image Credit - @manikgroverphotography IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #photography #insta #instagram #instagood #instaquote #instatravel #natgeo #natgeotravel #natgeoyourshot #natgeolandscape #travel #traveller #travellers #travelingram #stevemccurry @stevemccurryofficial #streetphotography #wrestling #goodshotz #goodshotzimages #manikgroverphotography
The Dense and dark forest of India are best habitat for the reptiles,these forest offers a wide range of area for giant snakes and abundant prey. There are 270 species of snakes in India, out of which about 60 are highly venomous. The big four dangerous snakes of India includes Indian Cobra, Krait,Russell’s viper and Saw-scaled viper. Every year 20,000 people die due to venomous snake bites in India.Other facts about snakes of India are, The famous species, the king cobra is the most poisonous Snakes in India and krait is the most deadly and dangerous snake of India. The Indian python is highly arboreal snake and the largest species of snake, commonly found throughout the jungles of India. Rat snake local known as dhamana is a commonly found and non-venomous snake in India, It is one of the fastest snake. Image Credit : @ashrafularefin Image selection -@streetofvillages and Text narration by @yesindia #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #nikon #canon #photography #hemakutahill #hampi #silhoutte #silhouttes #karnataka #travelkarnataka #karnataka_focus #karnatakastreets #karnatakapictures #karnatakatourism #kannadanadu_ #storiesofindia #_coi #indianphotos #indiapictures #theweekoninstagram #tripotocommunity
This is awesome.. whatever the children do is awesome. Do you know that defining what age a person is or ceases to be a child is a constant debate in the India. The Census of India considers children to be any person below the age of 14, as do most government programmes. Biologically childhood is the stage between infancy and adulthood. According to the UNCRC 'a child means every human being below the age of eighteen years unless, under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier'. This definition of child allows for individual countries to determine according to the own discretion the age limits of a child in their own laws. But in India various laws related to children define children in different age limits. The Indian Penal Code (IPC) 1860 finds that no child below the age of seven may be held criminally responsible for an action (Sec 82 IPC). In case of mental disability or inability to understand the consequences of one's actions the criminal responsibility age is raised to twelve years (Sec 83 IPC). A girl must be of at least sixteen years in order to give sexual consent, unless she is married, in which case the prescribed age is no less that fifteen. With regard to protection against kidnapping, abduction and related offenses the given age is sixteen for boys and eighteen for girls. According to Article 21 (a) of the Indian Constitution all children between the ages of six to fourteen should be provided with free and compulsory education. Article 45 states that the state should provide early childhood care and education to all children below the age of six. Lastly Article 51(k) states the parents/guardians of the children between the ages of six and fourteen should provide them with opportunities for education. Image Credit: @bibin_photography Image selection -@streetofvillages and Text narration by @yesindia #streetofvillages #india #indian #yesindia #kind #kid #child #children #cute #sweet #beautiful #beauty #innocence #innocent #picoftheday #phographer #photo #photography #friends #best #bestfriend #canon #nikon #samsung #love #care
Held each November at the time of the Kartik Purnima full moon, Pushkar Camel Fair is one of India’s most highly-rated travel experiences, a spectacle on an epic scale, attracting thousands of camels, horses and cattle and visited by over 400,000 people over a period of around fourteen days. For visitors it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the colour, spectacle and carnival of one of the last great traditional melas, which brings livestock, farmers, traders and villagers from all over Rajasthan. I believe that every aspect of such an experience should be special. Welcome to Camp Bliss – the luxury tented camp at Pushkar Camel Fair which is going to run from 23 October to 1 November 2017, and offers you luxury camping and the ultimate way to experience the more traditional aspects of Pushkar Fair, one of Rajasthan's most spectacular events. The Pushkar Fair official programme events and fairground will run from 29 October to 4 November. The full moon night, Kartik Purnima 2017, the focus of the religious and pilgrimage activities, is on 4 November. In February 2018 you can also join for an exceptional experience of Nagaur Cattle Fair, another of the great regional trading fairs, with even more camels than Pushkar and a deeply traditional feel. Image Credit: @blackdiegoz Image selection - @streetofvillages and Text naration by : @yesindia #streetofvillages #india #indian #rajasthan #pushkar #camel #fair #yesindia #beautiful #beauty #awsome #wow #picoftheday #clickoftheday #shotoftheday #shots #indiashots #canon #nikon #photography #photograher #photo #shotoftheday #insta #instagood #instashot #history #doyouknow #didyouknow #knowledge #facts
When there is a fight of Evil and Good – when the balance has seemed to be lost, it is essential that Earth finds its own balance. The Gaia is now evolving and entering a new phase, people are now a mix of realised or on the path of realisation. Kindness is not something you find easy in today’s world and the Globe is war struck in its entirety. Often, we have come across the term Moksha or Enlightenment. What is this hype all about and what it is to do with Kali Yuga? Kali Yuga is the last of the four great Yugas through which Earth will transition. It is believed that will be easier to attain Moksha in Kali Yuga, then it was in any other Yuga because of the rising Evil. Good and Right will be so upmarket, it would take only the awakened ones to follow the path meant for them. Image Credit - @akash_t.a IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #sadhu #aghori #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #nikon #canon #photography #hemakutahill #hampi #silhoutte #silhouttes #karnataka #travelkarnataka #karnataka_focus #karnatakastreets #karnatakapictures #karnatakatourism #kannadanadu_ #storiesofindia #_coi #indianphotos #indiapictures #theweekoninstagram #tripotocommunity
Is there communal disharmony in our country today? If yes, are the instances rare or common? Are Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus and Christians capable of living in peace together like they have done for centuries in India? Or will they be divided by mischievous and malignant elements in society, much like the British divided and ruled India for years? We had to look around very little in order to find beautiful examples of religious harmony in India today. Where people from different faiths come together in the spirit of humanity, celebrating India’s diversity and rich heritage of tolerance. People from the Sikh and Hindu communities helped repair an old mosque in Nathowal village near Ludhiana. They also took care of more than 65 percent of the repair expenses. The project cost was around Rs. 25 lakh, of which Rs. 15 lakh was contributed by Sikhs and Hindus. The three communities live in peace in this village. Muslims and Hindus contribute to the gurudwara work as well. In one another example, when Santosh Singh lost his life to a terminal disease, his friend Razzak Khan Tikari, a Muslim, performed his last rites following all Hindu rituals. He set a very touching example of how religion can never be a barrier when it comes to true friendship. Abid Alvi, a Muslim youth, has translated the Hindu prayer, Hanuman Chalisa, into Urdu with the view that it will unite the two communities as they will understand each other’s culture and beliefs better. A resident of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, Abid took three months to complete the translation. He wishes that Urdu books should be converted to Hindi and vice versa. Image Credit: @rahul.gtb Image selection - @streetofvillages and Text narration by @yesindia #streetofvillages #india #indian #yesindia #hindu #muslim #sikh #christ #jain #religion #picoftheday #morning #motivation #morningmotivation #friends #followme #instafollow #photography #photographer #photo #humanity #culture #best
Who had played with Lattu. Lattu in hindi or urdu, also called as Bambram in Tamil and Bongaralu in Telgu is a very simple toy. A traditional toy which was once seen across India. In the villages of Bihar to the inner city of Udaipur and Jodhpur. From the bylanes of Hyderabad and Chennai, this was a common toy across India. But with new and modern toys these traditional toys have lost their sheen and significance. Though it can still be seen around, these are more used as a decorative item. As a parent we tend to give kids the toys which are popular with kids and which are marketed well. These traditional Indian toys are not a brand name and hence not marketed as are other toys. Image Credit : @bibin_photography Image selection -@streetofvillages and Text narration by @yesindia #streetofvillages #yesindia #lattu #india #indian #hindustan #culture #picoftheday #clickoftheday #shotoftheday #indiapics #indiaclicks #indiashots #photo #photography #photographs #bestpics #bestshots #canon #nikon #sony #awsome #beauty #beautiful #doyouknow #didyouknow #indianphotography
Always try to take good care of your animals. Buy healthy and productive breeds, provide them good housing, feed and always take good care of them. Providing high quality and nutritious foods keep the animals healthy, diseases free and productive. So, always try to feed your animals fresh and nutritious food. Generally, sheep eat all types of green grasses, plants and almost everything edible they find in front of them. Along with providing good food, always provide them sufficient amount of clean and fresh water. Image Credit - @street__wala IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #nikon #canon #photography #hemakutahill #hampi #silhoutte #silhouttes #karnataka #travelkarnataka #karnataka_focus #karnatakastreets #karnatakapictures #karnatakatourism #kannadanadu_ #storiesofindia #_coi #indianphotos #indiapictures #theweekoninstagram #tripotocommunity
⚱️Do You Know That Pottery in the Indian subcontinent has an ancient history and is one of the most tangible and iconic elements of Indian art. Evidence of pottery has been found in the early settlements of Mehrgarh from the Indus Valley Civilization. Today, it is a cultural art that is still practiced extensively in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Until recent times all Indian pottery has been earthenware, including terracotta. Hindu traditions historically discouraged the use of pottery for eating off, which probably explains the noticeable lack of traditions of fine or luxury pottery in South Asia, in contrast to East Asia and other parts of Eurasia. Large matki jars for the storage of water or other things form the largest part of traditional Indian pottery, as well as objects such as lamps. Small simple kulhar cups, and also oil lamps, that are disposable after a single use remain common. Today, pottery thrives as an art form in India. Various platforms, including potters' markets and online pottery boutiques have contributed to this trend. Image Credit - @the.pixel.eye ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ IMAGE SELECTION AND Text ORCHESTRATIONS BY : @streetofvillage #streetofvillages #picoftheday #yesindia #nikon #canon #photography #hemakutahill #hampi #silhoutte #silhouttes #karnataka #travelkarnataka #karnataka_focus #karnatakastreets #karnatakapictures #karnatakatourism #kannadanadu_ #storiesofindia #_coi #indianphotos #indiapictures #theweekoninstagram #tripotocommunity
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