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FROM THE EDITOR

Event

PM Modi inaugurates DefExpo 2018

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Spiritual Leader :

Sri Sakthi Amma Sripuram / Sri Narayani Peedam

Festival :

Shani Jayanti 2018

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Festival :

Ganga Dussehra 2018

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‘A TO Z INDIA’ magazine covers the Indian through his creative life, customs, traditions, languages, marriage, work life, history, art, foods and so much more. This magazine gives detailed insight of the Indian man from an angle uncovered by others. Turn to find out what it is really like to immerse yourself in a completely different culture. - INDIRA SRIVATSA, Editor.

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Calendar

May 2018

01 Tuesday

Festival Jyeshtha Begins, Narada Jayanti

16 Wednesday Adhik Maas Darshan

03 Thursday

Sankashti Chaturthi

17 Thursday

Rohini Vrat

04 Friday

Agni Nakshatram Begins

18 Friday

Vinayaka Chaturthi

07 Monday

Kalashtami, Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti

20 Sunday

Skanda Sashti

22 Tuesday

Masik Durgashtami

24 Thursday

Ganga Dussehra

25 Friday

Padmini Ekadashi

26 Saturday

Pradosh Vrat, Shani Trayodashi

28 Monday

Agni Nakshatram Ends, Vaikasi Visakam

29 Tuesday

Jyeshtha Purnima, Purnima Upavas

09 Wednesday Tagore Jayanti *Bengal 10 Thursday

Hanuman Jayanti *Telugu

11 Friday

Apara Ekadashi

13 Sunday

Pradosh Vrat, Masik Shivaratri

15 Tuesday Jyeshtha Amavasya, DarshaBhavuka Amavasya, Shani Jayanti, Vat Savitri Vrat, Vrishabha Sankranti, Masik Karthigai 4

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Events

PM Modi inaugurates DefExpo 2018 Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 10th edition of defence Expo 2018 in Chennai. The four-day long defence expo would aim to highlight India as an emerging manufacturing power. The exhibition holds great importance as India would showcase her defence power, besides 47 nations are also participating in the event that began on Aprill 11 and would be continued till April 14.

Below we have listed out the 10 major things from the inauguration speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi which you should know about. 1. The Prime Minister began his address with thanking the people of Tamil nadu. He said that he was delighted to see an enthusiastic gathering in this historic region of Kanchipuram, "I am very happy to be here in the land of the great Cholas who established India's historical civilization links through trade and education", he further added. 2. The Prime Minister said that it has been wonderful to see that over 500 Indian companies and around 150 foreign companies have participated in Defence expo 2018.

"More than 40 countries have sent their official delegations as well", the Prime Minister said.

3. PM Modi empasised that the BJP led government is committed to protect the country's territory. "Our commitment to peace is just as strong as our commitment to protecting our people and our territory. For this we are ready to take all necessary measures to equip our Armed Forces, including through the establishment of a strategically independent defence industrial complex". 4. Listing out the ease of doing business in the manufacturing sector, he said, "We are conscious that defence manufacturing is unique in terms of govt. involvement. You need the govt. to grant a license to manufacture. Since the govt. is almost the only buyer, you need the govt. to grant an order. You need the government even to grant permission to export". 5. The Prime Minister said that the government has in recent years took many steps in the field of defence manufacturing licenses, defence offsets, defence

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exports clearances and on Foreign Direct Investment in defence manufacturing along with reforming India's defence procurement. 6. "The Defence Procurement Procedure has been revised with many specific provisions for stimulating growth of domestic defence industry. We have also de-notified some items earlier made exclusively by Ordnance Factories, so that private sector, esp. MSMEs can enter this space" PM Modi said. 7. In May 2014, the total number of defence export permission granted stood at 118, for a total value of 577 million dollars. In less than four years, we have issued 794 more export permissions, for a total value of over 1.3 billion dollars, Prime Minister Modi informed. 8. “We are committed to establishing 2 Defence Industrial Corridors: 1 in TN & 1 in UP. These will utilize defence manufacturing ecosystems in the regions & further build upon it. The corridors will become engines of economic development and growth of defence industrial base”, PM said. 9. “There was a time when the critical issue of defence preparedness was hampered by policy paralysis. We have seen the damage such laziness, incompetence or perhaps some hidden motives, can cause to the nation.Not now, Not anymore, Never again”, he said in his address. 10. “We have not only taken bold action to meet our immediate critical requirements, but have also initiated a new process to procure 110 fighter aircrafts”, PM Modi informed in his speech.

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Spiritual Leader :

Sri Sakthi Amma Sripuram / Sri Narayani Peedam

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n Hinduism, it is believed that Divinity manifests in human form when the balance between good and evil in the world is disturbed. Such a form is known as an avatara, a Sanskrit word describing a deliberate descent or incarnation of the Divine to earth. The avatara descends in order for humankind to ascend on the spiritual path. The avatara lives amongst the people, guiding humankind, reducing suffering and restoring dharma (righteous living) in the world.

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sakthiamma2-2Throughout the yugas (ages or extended periods), many avataras have come to earth when adharma (non- righteous ways of living) reaches its peak and the Divine power no longer tolerates the level of evil actions. In previous yugas, humanity has witnessed other avataras such as – Narasimha Avatara (Satya Yuga); Rama Avatara (Thretha Yuga); and Krishna (Dwapara Yuga). Sri Sakthi Amma is an avatara and is believed to be the first known incarnation of the Goddess Narayani – the highest form of feminine energy. In other cultures, Narayani is recognised as Quan Yin, Mother Goddess, Mother Earth, Mother Nature and Divine Mother, to name a few. Sri Sakthi Amma is lovingly known as ‘Amma’ – the word for ‘mother’ in various Dravidian languages across South India.

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In 1992, at the age of 16, Sri Sakthi Amma left the family home, in Vellore, to settle in the nearby rural village of Thirumalaikodi in Tamil Nadu, South India. There, at the foot of the Kailash Giri Hills, Sri Sakthi Amma established Sri Narayani Peedam and its mission.

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About Peedam Sri Sakthi Amma stays at the Sri Narayani Peedam, an institution that sits at the edge of a mountain named Kailasha Giri. It is located in

Thirumalaikodi (or Malaikodi), a small village near Vellore in South India. It is surrounded by mountains and lush, scenic beauty. Thirumalaikodi is located 150 km from Chennai and is equidistant from the two other very well known pilgrimage towns of Thirupathi and Thiruvanamalai. When linked by straight lines the three towns form a triangle.In Thirumalaikodi several centuries ago, saints and sages performed intense penance for many years to the Universal Mother. They prayed for the Universal Mother to descend on the Earth to protect creation from the afflictions of the Dark Age (Kaliyuga). The selfless prayers of the sages were received by the Mother who consented to incarnate in human form on Earth. Golden Temple Sripuram – The Golden Temple was built in a short span of 7 years. It was inaugurated on August 24, 2007. The consecration ceremony was witnessed by thousands of devotees. Since then, the temple has attracted hundreds of thousands of devotees; often breaching the 1 lakh mark on special occasions. The temple has also changed the face of Thiruamalaikodi village and the nearby town - Vellore. In the coming years, the temple envisages to create a positive influence on the society and ultimately bring about a change.

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Festival :

Shani Jayanti 2018

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hani Jayanti is marked as birth anniversary of Lord Shani. Shani Jayanti is also known as Shani Amavasya. Lord Shani is son of Lord Suryadev and rules planet Saturn and weekday Saturday. Shani Jayanti is observed on Amavasya Tithi during Jyeshtha month according to North Indian Purnimant calendar. According to South Indian Amavasyant calendar Shani Jayanti falls on Amavasya Tithi during Vaishakha month. It is name of Lunar month which differs and in both type of calendars Shani Jayanti falls on the same day. Shani Jayanti coincides with Vat Savitri Vrat which is observed during Jyeshtha Amavasya in most North Indian states. On Shani Jayanti devotees keep fast or Upvaas to propitiate Lord Shani and visit Shani temples to seek blessing of Lord Shani. It is believed that Lord Shani believes in fair justice and if appeased blesses His devotee with good luck and fortune. People, who don’t have blessing of Lord Shani, toil for years without getting any reward for their hard work in life.

Shani Tailabhishekam and Shani Shanti Puja are the most important ceremonies performed during Shani Jayanti. Above ceremonies are performed to lessen the effect of Shani Dosha, which is popularly known as Sade Sati, in the Horoscope.

Shani Jayanti is very appropriate day to perform Hawan, Homam and Yagya to appease Lord Shani.

Shani Jayanti is also known as Shanishchara Jayanti and Sani Jayanthi.

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Festival :

Ganga Dussehra 2018

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anga Dussehra falls during Dashami Tithi of Jyeshtha Shukla Paksha and currently falls in month of May or June. Ganga Dussehra is also known as Gangavataran which means 'the descent of the Ganga'. Usually Ganga Dusshra is celebrated one day before Nirjala Ekadashi but in some years Ganga Dussehra and Nirjala Ekadashi might fall on the same day. Ganga Dussehra is dedicated to Goddess Ganga and this day is commemorated as the day when Ganga was descended to the Earth to accomplish her mission to purge the cursed souls of Bhagiratha's ancestors. Before coming to the Earth, the Goddess Ganga was residing in Kamandal of Lord Brahma and along 10

with her the Goddess Ganga brought the purity of heaven to the Earth. On Ganga Dussehra devotees worship Goddess Ganga and take bath in Ganges. Taking bath in Ganges and offering charity or Dan-Punya on Ganga Dussehra day is considered highly auspicious. It is believed that holy dip in Ganges on Ganga Dussehra day can purge all type of sins. Devotees flock to Allahabad/Prayag, Garhmukteshwar, Haridwar, Rishikesh and Varanasi to take a holy dip. Ganga Dussehra celebrations are legendary in Varanasi. On Ganga Dussehra day thousands of devotees do Ganga Snan and participate in Ganga Aarti at Dasaswamedh Ghat. Ganga Dussehra should not be confused with Ganga Jayanti when the Goddess Ganga was reborn.

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Tradation

WHY INDIANS EAT WITH THEIR HANDS

This may sound familiar to some of you. Remember when your mother or father would tell you to stop playing with your food and use a fork and knife? Well, perhaps you still shouldn’t play with your food, but in India you should definitely set aside that cutlery and use your hands when eating a delicious Indian meal. In India, as well as other parts of the world, eating with your hands is part of the culture. After all, what could be more natural, more primal? Though many may view this custom as uncivilized, the practice is not as easy as it may look. There is in fact a skill to it and manners to follow. There are also several health benefits from eating with your hands such as improves digestion and prevention of diabetes. There’s also an even deep significance as to why eating with your hands is so important according to Indian culture. 11

When did eating with yours hands become a thing in India? The practice of eating with the hands originated within Ayurvedic teachings. The Vedic people believed that our bodies are in sync with the elements of nature and our hands hold a certain power. Ayurvedic texts teach that each finger is an extension of one of the five elements: Through the thumb comes space Through the forefinger comes air Through the mid-finger comes fire Through the ring finger comes water Through the pinky finger comes earth When you eat with your hands, you are supposed to do so by joining all fingers together. This is believed to improve our consciousness of the taste

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of the food we eat. Not only are you feeding your body but also your mind and spirit. When you touch your food with your hands, you’re creating a physical and spiritual connection with it. You’re also much more present in the moment. When food is touched with the hands, there’s automatically more careful attention placed on it – what the temperature is, how much you can carry, how the hand must be held in order to keep the food in it. Eating with your hands is respectful! When you are invited into the home of an Indian family for a meal, it’s a mark of respect towards the host and god to physically touch your food when eating. However, there is a technique to eating this way. In the south of India, it’s considered illmannered to let the palm of your hands or outside of your fingers get stained. Proper etiquette is to only use the tips of your fingers to pick up the food. This goes back to our fingertips holding certain energies. What about soupy food? Do I use my hands for these types of dishes?

protects you against harmful bacteria. So, as long as you wash the bad bacteria you’ve collected from your day off your hands, you’ll be giving your body a dose of good bacteria that it needs to stay healthy. Along with the ingesting good bacteria, there are other health benefits to reap from eating with your hands: Improves Digestion When you use your fingers to pick up food, millions of nerve endings in your fingers relay the message that you’r about to eat. This preps the stomach for digestion by releasing digestive juices and enzymes. Promotes Mindful Eating I’ve read several articles sharing the same message of the importance of eating slow and only when relaxed. Eating when your stressed or too fast can lead to some pretty ugly indigestion problems you don’t want to deal with. A calm, aware state allows

In general, silverware is used only in the kitchen for preparing and for serving the food. However, for more liquidly foods such as some dal dishes, a spoon can be used. In the North of India, rice can also be eaten with a spoon but in the South, the practice of eating food (including rice) from a banana leaf is practised. What about the whole saying “you don’t know where your hands have been?” Well, I sure hope you do. After all, they are your hands!

optimum digestion. Not only that, but it also prevents you from overeating.

You will find that in every Indian restaurant there’s a hand washing station. This is so you can clean your hands before enjoying your meal. As for the skeptics who still believe there’s bacteria on your hands that shouldn’t be consumed….

Whether you’re a 5-year old child or a 50-year old business man, there’s no fighting the fact that eating with your hands is fun. Admit it!

Our body has a certain kind of bacteria that protects us from other harmful bacteria in the environment. This good bacteria resides in places like our hands, mouth, throat, intestine, gut and the rest of our digestive system. When you eat with your hands, this good bacteria enters your system and

For India, as well as other countries that eat with their hands, it’s almost without exception that the right hand only is used. Why? The left hand is generally considered too unclean to actually eat with since it’s said to be the one used to wipe up in the washroom.

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