Might, wealth & knowledge

Vijaya Dashami is observed on the 10th day following Navratri every year. The first three nights of Navratri are devoted to Durga, goddess of valour, the next three nights are dedicated to Lakshmi, goddess of wealth, and the last three nights are for Saraswati, fountainhead of knowledge. The three combine might, wealth and knowledge.

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Okay not to understand

When we keep the spine upright in waking hours, energy flows upwards from the muladhara chakra at the base, towards the medulla oblongata, and to the agya chakra between the brows; ultimately it reaches the sahasrara chakra, the crown, also known as the thousand-petalled lotus, the point where it is believed, we become one with divinity.

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Ahead Of PM Modi Visit, China Says Hope India Learnt Lesson At Doklam

China and India have great potential for cooperation, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday, seeking to cast their difficult ties in a positive light ahead of next week’s visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.On Monday, both countries ended a more than two-month-old stand-off near the border in Sikkim, just in time for Sunday’s kick-off of a summit of the BRICS grouping of nations.

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Over 2 Million Enrolled In India’s Quit Tobacco Programme In A Year: WHO

The WHO has said more than 20 lakh people enrolled themselves in the first year of a quit- tobacco initiative of the Indian government and also advocated usage of mobile technology for personalized advice on the same. Considering the high interest of people in quitting tobacco, the government launched a bilingual countrywide program in January 2016, and a national toll-free quitline in May 2016.

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Gormint Aunty faces social boycott in Pakistan, unable to marry off daughters

You must have heard of the Gormint Aunty at least once. “Yeh Bik Gayi Hai Gormint” has been a part of several conversations and memes in the past one year. However, things are not that easy for Qamar, the Pakistani resident, who is facing social boycott in her society because of her viral abusive video. Qamar has been alienated by her neighbors, friends, and relatives, who are making fun of her.

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Bengaluru man plays guitar as doctors operate on his brain

A 32-year-old techie-turned-musician strummed the guitar on the operation table while surgeons “burned” his brain to correct a neurological disorder. The seven-hour surgery at a city hospital last week relieved the youth of musician’s dystonia, a condition that cramped three fingers on his left hand. Tushar (name changed) experienced the first cramps more than a year and a half ago while playing the guitar.

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