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12th CBSE Board Exams will be from July 15 to August 26 and Exam Pattern will Slightly Change
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12th CBSE Board Exams will be from July 15 to August 26 and Exam Pattern will Slightly Change

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to conduct the Class 12 board examination from July 15 to August 26. The exact date sheet for the same will be issued on June 1, after the Board holds its review meeting. The board examination will be conducted in offline mode. A section of the students is demanding cancellation of the offline examination of Class 12 on the social media platform. CBSE 12 Board Exam Schedule According to sources, CBSE has proposed to conduct the exam from 15 July to 26 August and declare the result in September. The final decision will be on 1 June. The examination, however, will not be conducted according to regular protocols. CBSE had suggested that either conduct the examination of only a few subjects or conduct the examination ...
Famous Mathematician MS Narasimhan Passed Away At The Age Of 88
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Famous Mathematician MS Narasimhan Passed Away At The Age Of 88

The famous mathematician MS Narasimhan Passed Away on 16th May, Sunday.  He was well-known for the Narasimhan-Seshadri theorem, the mathematician was the only Indian to receive the King Faisal International Prize in the field of science. He was being Graduated from Loyola College, Chennai, and Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay.   Narasimhan had also obtained a Ph.D. from Mumbai University. Although the cause of death is yet to be identified. He was 88 years old. https://twitter.com/DrRPNishank/status/1393855194186752010?s=20 Even Though The prime minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi has expressed condolences for him on social media, that “Professor M. S. Narasimhan will be remembered as an exemplary mathematician, who made a phenomenal impact worldwid...
CBSE Launches “Dost For life” Mobile App For Students
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CBSE Launches “Dost For life” Mobile App For Students

CBSE launched the mobile application “ Dost For life” to help students and parents with their mental health conditions.  There will be free live Counselling sessions that would be Conducted on Online Platforms.  This is the very first initiative by the CBSE in favour of Well - Being of Psychological Health of Students.  Although from 10th May 2021, Monday Onwards the Application Would be Available on Google play to Freely Downloading for everyone across the World.  According to the release made by CBSE Board, the new App will simultaneously cater to students and parents from CBSE affiliated schools in different geographies across the world. The live counselling sessions will be conducted free of cost, thrice a week on Monday, Wednesday & Friday by the trai...
Maa Siddhidhatri Navratri/Navmi Day 9: Significance| Puja Vidhi| Shubh Muhurat| Mantra| Wishes
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Maa Siddhidhatri Navratri/Navmi Day 9: Significance| Puja Vidhi| Shubh Muhurat| Mantra| Wishes

On day nine, Maa Siddhidhatri form of Durga is worshipped. Navratri is one of the most special Hindu festivals and is celebrated for 9 days. Ram Navami falls on the ninth day of Navratri and is celebrated on the Shukla Paksha of the Chaitra month according to the Hindu Calendar. Also, The Navami Tithi (ninth day), Chaitra, Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of the Moon) marks the birth anniversary of Shri Rama. Navratri Day 9: Maa Siddhidhatri Significance Maa Siddhidhatri is the 9th incarnation of Mother Durga, worshipped on the 9th day of Navratri. Siddhi means “meditative ability” and Dhatri means “giver”.  Thus she is the Goddess of accomplishment, who bestows perfection (siddhis) on her devotees. She is the Goddess of Siddhi who blesses her devotees with wisdom and knowledg...
Maa Mahagauri Navratri/Ashtami Day 8: Significance| Shubh Muhurat| Mantra|Puja Vidhi
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Maa Mahagauri Navratri/Ashtami Day 8: Significance| Shubh Muhurat| Mantra|Puja Vidhi

On the eighth day of Navratri/Ashtami, Maa Mahagauri is worshipped. It is believed that Goddess Mahagauri can fulfill all the desires of her devotees. Navratri Day 8: Mahagauri Significance Durga Ashtami is the most auspicious day of the ten-day Navratri and Durga Puja. Goddess Mahagauri is seen on a bull and has four hands. On one right hand, Mahagauri carries the Trishul or trident and the other right hand is in Varada Mudra symbolizing abundance. She carries the Damaru in one left hand and the other one is again in Varada Mudra. Women pray to Mahagauri for happiness and abundance in life. Another mythological legend around Ashtami, states that Goddess Kali appeared on this day from the forehead of Goddess Durga. He destroyed the Asuras or demons in the form of G...
Maa Skandamata Navratri Day 5: Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra| Aarti
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Maa Skandamata Navratri Day 5: Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra| Aarti

Maa Skandamata is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri puja. She is worshipped as the mother who opens the doors of salvation. All About Maa Skandamata Maa Skandamata signifies that she is the mother of Lord Skanda, also known as Lord Kartikeya. Goddess Skandamata mounts on the ferocious lion. She carries baby Skanda with six faces on her lap. Lord Skanda is also known as Kartikeya and the brother of Lord Ganesha. Goddess Skandmata is depicted with four hands. She carries lotus flowers in her upper two hands. She holds baby Skanda in one of her right hands and keeps the other right hand in Abhaya Mudra. She sits on a lotus flower and because of that Skandamata is also known as Goddess Padmasana. Also, read | Big Update On Google Chrome: Changes You Might S...
Maa Kushmanda Navratri Day 4: Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra| History
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Maa Kushmanda Navratri Day 4: Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra| History

Maa Kushmanda is also known as the Goddess Ashta Bhuja due to her eight hands. Kushmanda means one who created this universe in the form of a small cosmic egg. Navratri Day 4: Maa Kushmanda Puja Vidhi Devotees worship Maa Kushmanda, and flowers and special food are offered to her. People also offer her milk, coconut, and different kinds of sweets. After performing the puja, the sweets offered to Maa are given to her devotees as Prasad. Devotees read Stotra path and Kavach while offering prayers in the morning and perform aarti in the evening. Navratri Day 4: Maa Kushmanda Dhyan Mantra वन्दे वांछित कामर्थेचन्द्रार्घकृतशेखराम्। सिंहरूढाअष्टभुजा कुष्माण्डायशस्वनीम्॥ सुरासम्पूर्णकलशं रुधिराप्लुतमेव च। दधाना हस्तपद्माभ्यां कूष्माण्डा शुभदास्तु मे॥ Also, read | Gangau...
Maa Chandraghanta Navratri Day 3| Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra| Wishes in Hindi
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Maa Chandraghanta Navratri Day 3| Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra| Wishes in Hindi

Maa Chandraghanta on the second day of Navratri, is worshipped will elaborate puja rituals. Godess Chandraghanta is known as Suhag ki Devi. She signifies justice and dharma in the world and she is the married version of Maa Parvati. About Maa Chandraghanta Maa Chandraghanta, the third form of Goddess Durga, symbolizes bravery and welfare. She rides a tigress and wears bright yellow. Goddess Chandraghanta has a half-moon or Chandra on her forehead. The word Chandra means moon and Ghanta which means she is the Goddess who has an ocean of knowledge and spreads power, bravery, and courage. Goddess Chandraghanta sits on a lion and holds a Gada, sword, Dhanush, Kamandal, Trishul, arrow, jap mala in one hand while a lotus in the other hand. She is known for making the wor...
Maa Brahmacharini Navratri Day 2| Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra
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Maa Brahmacharini Navratri Day 2| Significance| Puja Vidhi| Mantra

Maa Brahmacharini on the second day of Navratri, is worshipped with elaborate puja rituals. Brahmacharini appears in the form of a maiden girl filled with wisdom. She rules Mars (Mangal), the planet that showers people with good fortunes. Navratri Day 2: Maa Brahmacharini Puja Vidhi Begin the puja by invoking Lord Ganesha (Vighnaharta) and seek his blessings for a hurdle-free Navratri vrat. Things you will need Flowers, roli, akshat, sandalwood, milk, curd, sugar, honey paan, and supari. Bathe the goddess with Panchamrit - a mixture of honey, sugar, milk, curd, and ghee. Offer Roli, Akshat, and flowers. Maa Brahmacharini is said to be fond of hibiscus and lotus flowers, it would be great to offer a garland made of these flowers. Also, read | Chaitra Navratri 2021: Re...
Happy Baisakhi 2021: Quotes| Status| All you Need to know about Baisakhi
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Happy Baisakhi 2021: Quotes| Status| All you Need to know about Baisakhi

Baisakhi is one of the most exciting festivals in the Hindu calendar celebrated with full joy and enthusiasm. The festival falls around the harvesting season in India and is celebrated on 13 April (today). Rabi crops are harvested in Baisakhi and farmers give thanks for good harvest and prosperity. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished people on Baisakhi https://twitter.com/narendramodi/status/1381869644781338625?s=20 Baisakhi Quotes|Wishes The greatest comforts and lasting peace are obtained when one eradicates selfishness from within. Guru Gobind Singh Ji . Wishing that your life will a filled with the golden blessing of the Guru. Let his grace always shine on you and your family. Sending my heartfelt wishes on the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi. I wish you enjoy this festive...