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Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)
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Indians4Africa

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa

Volume 8, June 2012 Edition

Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS

It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ride to meet the bride. The bride herself is also sweating inside those heavy, expensively glittering saris with her head dropping low as much with the weight of jewellery as with the custom that requires her to look at nothing higher than the bridegroom’s feet.  Laughable in today’s times when increasingly couples are dating or even living together for months before marriageRead more

              THEME RELATED

            ART & LITERATURE

 EDITORIAL

 Rituals are nothing but a set of practices performed by individuals or a set of people in any community. ….

Read more

 

 INDIAN BRIDES

 Since this issue is devoted to Rituals & traditions photo gallery decided to showcase  the beauty of Indian brides…View
 

AFRICAN MARRIAGE RITUALS

Photo Gallery explores some of the interesting facets of marriage rituals in Africa…View

 

HOW TO CONTRIBUTE

1. SPEAK/READ aloud & make audio clip

2. WRITE or FORWARD articles

3. SHARE photos you are proud of

4. DONATE towards a charity supported by a fellow Indian

Join our exclusive CONTRIBUTION CLUB and participate in our discussion on what to contribute. And how. Get help in making podcast etc etc

CHARITY CORNER

EDUCATION

There is an under privileged child in your neighbourhood, desperately wanting to study, hoping to get noticed by you. Helping him/her is now made easy and simple.

CONTACT: PPR EDUCATION

EMAIL: info@ppreducation.com

If you are passionate about a charity, please send us details to advertise here.

VISION

“…for vision that’s refreshingly CRISP

Dictionary defines CRISP as: Pleasingly firm and fresh (e.g. crisp potato chips),

Bracing; invigorating (e.g. crisp mountain air),

Lively; sprightly (e.g. music with a crisp rhythm),

Conspicuously clean (e.g. a crisp note of rupee),

Marked by clarity & conciseness (e.g. a crisp reply)

CRISP for us, is all above and also an abbreviation of our vision:

1. Connecting people: Connecting all Indians with interest in Africa.

2. Reading: Inculcating a culture of reading.

3. Improving lives: Provide useful information relating to work & home.

4. Synergy: Spread awareness of charity work by our readers.

5. Platform: Providing a platform to showcase your talent or someone you know.

WHY DO WE ?

By: Nidhee Datta

Why do we perform some of the common religious pratices in Hindu, Muslim and Christian religionRead more

SHORT STORY

Shivani was one of the most popular Hindi story writer of  20th century and pioneer of Indian women based fiction. “Lal Haveli”  is touching story read by Nidhee DattaListen

FAQ – ZULU WEDDINGS
 10 Questions explaning everything you want to know about a Zulu WeddingRead more

ONLY 4 DAYS

A Brahmin family is praying that their dying  child dies after 4 days. A moving poem written by Kakoli GhoshListen    OR    Read

INDIAN CUSTOMS AND RITUALS

Snapshot of Indian customs & rituals

..Listen

POETRY

Listen to Ms. Sarita Mathur recite a poem she made especially for this edition..Listen

               HUMOUR CORNER

                   INSPIRATION

RAMAYAN SIMPLIFIED

This A funny poem in Hindi providing a fresh new perspective of the epic “ Ramayan”

Listen  OR   Read

Nipun Mehta has never been employed , still gets called to give graduation speech that got the audience give a standing ovationRead 

 PETROL PRICE INCREASEA reader has sent jokes about ever increasing petrol prices nowadays..Read
more

Watch Nipun Mehta on Ted talk speaking  on Ted talk about creating an economy that is based on giving away, instead of maximising self interest…View

         HOME & HEALTH                                 MEDICAL FILES

DIETICIAN Ms ANURADHA OHRI

Ms Anuradha Ohri shows how to lose unwanted kilos in short time without miseries of usual diet program..Listen

ARTHIRITES – BASIC INFORMATION

…Read More

AUNTY RAO SPEAKS

Aunty Rao gives useful tips on how to remove difficult STAINS at home…Read more

ARTHRITIS – HOW AYURVEDA CAN HELP

 

..Read more

VEDIC ASTROLOGY
Mr Bansal explains in simple terms the basic of astrology for common man…Read more

HEALING POWER OF MUDRA

S.P. DattaMr S P Datta explains Mudra’s that can help ARTHRITIS Read more

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