May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity. As the holy occasion of Diwali is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love, here’s hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with you through the days ahead.
Best wishes on Diwali. Celebrate this years Diwali with a lot of Fun and frolic with your friends and relatives.Rejoice on this blessed occasion by spreading joy with your friends and loved ones.Blast away your day ‘coz it’s Diwali and have a crackling time.Show your gratitude to your loved ones by sending them a Happy Diwali wish.
Diwali is the time for joy and happiness. Rejoice on this blessed occasion and spread the glee to your friends and loved ones by sending them our dazzling Happy Diwali greetings.
Today we all engineers are celebrating Engineer’s Day, which is celebrated every year (on September 15) to mark the birth anniversary of Sir M Vishweshwaraiah.
who was a notable Indian engineer, scholar, statesman and the Diwan of Mysore during 1912 to 1919. Internationally recognised for his genius in harnessing water resources, he was responsible for successful design and construction of several river dams, bridges and implementing irrigation and drinking water schemes all over India. He served as the dewan of Mysore State and was considered to be the architect of the all-round development of Karnataka.
Among his most successful projects are the design and construction of the K.R. Sagar dam and its adjoining Brindavan Gardens, turn-around of the Bhadravati Iron and Steel Works, setting up of the Mysore Sandalwood Oil Factory and the founding of the Bank of Mysore.Sir Mokshagundam Vishweshwaraiah was a noted Indian Engineer of all times. He was also honoured with India’s highest honour Bhata Ratna in 1955. Vishweshwaraiah was the man behind the flood protection system. He served as a chief engineer during construction of Krishna Raja Sagara on the Kaveri River near Mysore. Several dams still functioning were built under Visvesvarayya.
I wish all Engineer’s a Happy Engineer’s Day.
The boy & the girl were online chatting..
Boy: So.. Have you ever been in love ?
Girl: Of course, I mean love is so hard, you know..
Boy: How is it hard ?
Girl: Well, when you love someone, sometimes they just don’t love you back..
Boy: Is that what your feeling right now ?
Girl: Haha no..
Boy: Ohh.. Well, I gotta go bye.. [he lied]
Girl: Okay bye..
[The boy signed off, but he really didn’t sign off, he
was offline, but the girl thought he really did signoff]
Girl: [She sighed & one tear went down on her face..but then she typed].. I love you..
Boy: [Then the boy typed] I love you, too..♥♥♥
thats true love….♥♥♥
I have read this somewhere while browsing over the Internet. A very good definition for the word Relationship.
Relationships– of all kinds– are like sand held in your hand. Held loosely, with an open hand, the sand remains where it is. The minute you close your hand and squeeze tightly to hold on, the sand trickles through your fingers. You may hold onto some of it, but most will be spilled. A relationship is like that. Held loosely, with respect and freedom for the other person, it is likely to remain intact. But hold too tightly, too possessively, and the relationship slips away and is lost. (Kaleel Jamison)
Teacher’s Day is celebrated as a tribute to the valuable contribution made by teachers to the society by imparting knowledge and enlightening and shaping the career of students. Celebration of Teacher’s Day is fairly popular in many countries across the world and is even acknowledged by UNESCO.
For students, Teacher’s Day is an occasion to pay reverence and gratitude to teachers for their selfless effort in shaping their career and enriching the education system in the process.
When is Teacher’s Day celebrated? The date for celebrating this special event varies from country to country across the world. In India, Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the 5th of September every year, whereas, China celebrates this event on 10th September every year. The celebration in each country is generally correlated to either significant personalities or achievements of milestone in the field of education. India celebrates Teacher’s Day on September 5 since 1962 as it is the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, a prominent thinker, philosopher and an educator. Across the nation tributes are paid to noted scholar and former president Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan to celebrate his birth anniversary. Dr Radhakhrishnan believed that “teachers should be the best minds in the country”.
Most of the schools and institutions make elaborate preparations for the celebrations. The ceremony usually kicks off with a warm Teacher’s Day speech paying respect and thanking teachers for their contribution. This is often followed by a range of colourful cultural programs, feast and other activities which make the event special and memorable.
A few traditional ways of celebrating the event include presenting colourful flowers, beautiful Teacher’s Day cards or gifts to the teacher as tokens of love and admiration. But students often try innovative ways and ideas to celebrate Teacher’s Day.
Some rely on creative and attractive Teacher’s Day greeting cards adorned with captivating and touchy quotes and messages to convey the indebtedness unfailingly and also to capture the wonderful moments of the event. Others select lovely and popular Teacher’s Day quotes to convey their inner feeling of love for their teacher.
Sending animated or e-greeting card is also a rage in the contemporary times. Available absolutely free of cost, these Teacher’s Day Greetings e-cards have become a preferred way to send warm wishes and shower emotions on teachers.
Another modern and popular mode of wishing teachers today is the Teacher’s Day SMS. The advantage of sending SMS is that the message reaches its destination promptly and rarely goes unnoticed. For the celebration of Teachers Day, the text messages are available in varied languages allowing users to send SMS according to his/her preferred language.
All of us have been students at some stage of our life and have benefited from our teachers. Celebration of Teacher’s Day is a wonderful opportunity especially for all of us to show our gratitude and appreciation to our teachers.