Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Propose Day SMS | Messages | Quotes | Shayari | Wishes

Kuch kehnay ko dil karta hai
Jisay kehtay huey dar lagta hai
Aj Propose Day Hai. Keh Hi Dalte Hai
Hum Tumhein Dil o Jaan se Zyada
Muhabbat Krte Hai.. 
"Happy Propose Day"

Mujhe Tum Ache Lagte Ho
Khud Apne Dil Ki Dharkan Se
Tumhari Guftugo Karnaa
Mujhe Acha Lagta Hai
"Happy Propose Day"

Excuse me, do you have a band aid
because i scrapped my knee
when i fell in love with you.
Cho Chweet..
"Happy Propose Day"

kuch door meray saath chalo
ham saari kahani keh daingay
samjhay na tum jisay aankhon say
vo baat zabaani keh daingay
I Love U My Love…
"Happy Propose Day"

Unhe chahana hamari kamzori hai,
Unse keh nahi pana hamari majburi hai,
Wo kyun nahi samajhte hamari khamoshi ko,
Kya pyaar ka izhaar karna zaruri hai.......
"Happy Propose Day"

Rose Day SMS | Quotes | Shayari

Ae Subah ka har pal zindagi de apko
din ka har lamha khushi de apko
jaha gam ki hawa chhoo ke bhi na guzre
khuda vo jannat si Zamin de apko.......
"Happy Rose Day"

Meri divangi ki koi had nahi,,
Teri surat ke siwa mujhe kuchh yaad nahi,,
Main GULAB hu tere gulshan ka,,
Tere siwa mujh pe kisi ka haq nahi…….

Zindagi itne dard deti hain,
Dil mein fir bhi ummid rehti hain,
Dil kehta hain kuch nahin hoga,
Par kuch to hoga ummid kehti hai
Happy Rose Day.

Bade najuk se pali ho tum,
isiliye to Gulab ki kali ho tum.
jisase milne ki bekarari sataye,
dil me ane wali khalbali ho tum..

Phool bankar muskarana zindagi,
muskarake ghum bhulana zindagi,
jeet kar koi khush ho to kya hua,
haar kar khushiyan manana bhi zindagi..
"Happy Rose Day"

Friday, January 18, 2013

Friendship Day | History

Friendship Day History -

There is not much literature on Friendship Day history as we celebrate today. However, there are numerous folktales and several instance in mythological legends that shows that friends and friendship have been valued since the beginning of civilized world. As an intrinsically social creature, men love to make friends to further this process of socialization.

History of Friendship Day in US -

Considering the valuable role friends play in our life it was deemed to fit to have a day dedicated to friends and friendship. The United States Congress, in 1935, proclaimed first Sunday of August as the National Friendship Day. Since then, celebration of National Friendship Day became an annual event. The noble idea of honoring the beautiful relationship of friendship caught on with the people and soon Friendship Day became a hugely popular festival.

Following the popularity and success of Friendship Day in US, several other countries adopted the tradition of dedicating a day to friends. Today, Friendship Day is enthusiastically celebrated by several countries across the world including India. In 1997, the United Nations named Winnie - the Pooh as the world's Ambassador of Friendship.

Importance of Friendship in Bible -

The Bible, the primary text of the western civilization, reflects upon friendship as the bond that forms the foundation to human faith, trust and companionship. Following verses from the bible aptly portray the importance of friends:

"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.”

“Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends.”

Besides, there are several tales from the Old Testament and the New Testament about the value of friendship and how true friendship is a treasure to unearth. A noticeable point is that, both the versions make a difference between the two broad meanings of friendship- one is a mere acquaintance, the other is a more affectionate relation.

In the Old Testament, Abraham is called the “friend of God” because of the intimacy of his relations. God speaks to Moses face to face “as a man…unto his friend” . The romantic friendship of Ruth and Naomi, the devotion of the subordinate Hushai for David, or the mutual relation between David and Jonathan - the Old Testament is replete with these interesting tales of friends and friendship.

In the New Testament, the relationship between Jesus and his disciples clearly depicts how human friendship can constantly grow. From being teacher and disciple, to lord and servant their relationship finally grew to an unparalleled friendship.

Importance of Friendship in Mahabharata -

In the famous Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata’, Lord Krishna demonstrates the many colors of friendship - affection, romance, brotherhood, protection, guidance, intimacy and even teasing. Friendship is all about these and much more.