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Body rejuvenation


Ethical Fashion

Freedom Fighter Murdered for being Hindu


Bodos natural and beauty Happiness and Prosperity

Cover Story

Amma No more

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ith immense pleasure we would like to welcome you to the January edition of the magazine, that is filled with the most entertaining and interesting information which you should know. We are extremely delighted and humbled with all your support which has helped us with much enthusiasm to release the Wishesh magazine month after month. We have put all our earnest efforts to bring you the most important happenings such as the end of legendary Amma of the poor, Natural and beauty of Bodos, Ethnic fashion of Assam Handloom. Story of the unsung hero Swami Shraddhanand who was murdered for being a Hindu and many more which you can relish in your valuable time. It was a month of happening in every fold of life.

We bring to you the tasty Indian food that you have forgotten once you left your motherland. This month’s cover page gives you the importance of a guru or teacher in mending your life. The knowledge guru has imparted to you in the betterment of your life. And many more, which will delight you with lots of information and knowledge of your motherland. Wishesh magazine is the only magazine that provides you with such a vast variety of information which are of the interest of our readers.

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Current affairs

14-27 Indian Diaspora Assam Handloom Bodos Mishing

CONTENTS 14- 19 Assam Handloom

28-33 Cover Story Jayalalitha


Story for Kids Krishna


Healthy Living Little things for Happy Living


Indian Food Cheera Thoran


Nri profile Chet Kanojia


Desi News Jet Airways flight skidded off runway at Goa

36- 37

Happiness and Prosperity comes from Healthy Living

26- 29 Jayalalitha


In Business

50- 51

Viral Acharya becomes Deputy chief of RBI

In Focus

50-51 In Focus After demonetisation, now remonetisation

52-55 56- 57 Indian Yoga

Freedom Fighter Swami Shraddhanand


Indian Yoga Merudandasana

63-65 Romance

58-59 LifeStyle

Happy families will have


Relationship Healthy relationship contributes to the family values


Romance Effects of depression in Romance


Travelogue Haridwar

74-79 Indian History Indus Valley civilisation



80-81 Technology Isro Resourcesat-2A launch


Automobiles Volkswagen Tiguan

88-89 Indian vasthu Vastu for basement


Indian Spiritual Bhagavad Gita

74-79 Indus Valley civilisation

82-87 Volkswagen Tiguan



Indian Events ISL finals 2016

ISL finals 2016

94-99 Fashion Amazon India FashionWeek

100-107 Kaabil

100-107 Special Movie Kaabil Raees Khaidi no 150

108-115 Movie Review

116-117 Hollywood Tea News

Dangal Kahaani 2 Dhruva

116-117 Hollywood Tea News Niall Horan Khloe Kardashian Mariah Carey

120-121 Star Gazing


Samajwadi party expels CM Akhilesh, Party splits Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav has called for the party’s Parliamentary board meeting. The meet comes a day after expelling his son and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and senior leader Ram Gopal Yadav from the party for six years citing gross indiscipline. Akhilesh has also called for a meeting of the party MLAs at his official residence.


Prime Minister Modi launches a new app ‘Bhim’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched Bharat Interface for Money – BHIM – an app that lets users to make payments using Unified Payment Interface. Now it is available only on Android, the app lets users to pay and receive money with no processing fee. A transaction cost, however, may be levied by the user’s bank. The app lists 30 banks including SBI, HDFC, ICICI, Union Bank of India, South India Bank, and Standard Chartered, among others.


ATM withdrawal raised to Rs 4500 50-day deadline of the demonetisation exercise announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8 has came to an end on 30 December, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has partially eased the restriction on withdrawal of cash from ATMs by raising the daily withdrawal limit from Rs 2,500 to Rs 4,500 on each debit card. With a cash crunch and only close to 40 per cent of 2.2 lakh ATMs dispensing cash, there is no change in the weekly withdrawal limit of Rs 24,000. Such disbursals will be in the denomination of Rs 500 notes, the RBI said in a late night notification.

Sasikala new chief of AIADMK V K Sasikala Natarajan, 54, a close aide of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa, has formally taken charge as general secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) at the party’s headquarters in Chennai. AIADMK party members had in an unanimous resolution adopted at the party’s general council meeting earlier this week, appointed Sasikala to the post. The AIADMK in its general body meeting passed a resolution to work under the leadership of Sasikala.



Sushma Swaraj rocks in Twitter again Known for her prompt response, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj yet again helped a man in distress by issuing an urgent visa. The Indian Consulate in Chicago helped the NRI man in getting an emergency visa after he sought help stating that his father had passed away in India. The man, Rohan Shah from Chicago tweeted to Swaraj and asked for her intervention in the matter. Within a few hours, the consulate in Chicago informed, “On priority basis visa has been issued to Mr. Rohan and his two children.” Overwhelmed by the minister’s quick assistance, Shah thanked Swaraj for her help and also said that the visas were issued in just 20 minutes.


Islamist terrorism biggest threat: Angela Merkel Islamist terrorism is the biggest threat facing Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a New Year’s address to the nation, and she vowed to introduce laws that improve security after a deadly attack before Christmas in Berlin. Describing 2016 as a year that gave many the impression that the world had “turned upside down,” Merkel urged Germans to forsake populism and said Germany had an interest in taking a leading role in addressing the many challenges facing the European Union.






Charming creation by hand


One of the seven sisters of the North East region of India, Assam is known for its exceptionally good quality cotton, soft, smooth and fluffy variety in abundance in the region. Naturally it has given rise to a cottage industry in handlooms in cotton and silk fabrics that has gradually evolved into a major textile industry and a dependable means of livelihood. Assam Cotton Saris are light in weight, comfortable, easy to carry all day and maintain comfortably. Raw materials used for the making of Assam Sarees are mainly cotton or more recently mercerized cotton, which is soft & shiny. Zari work or multi colored threads are woven to these fabrics and that gives the richness to the fabric. Beautiful patterns of fruits, flowers, diamonds, animals, birds or human WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

figures are generally impressed on these pure cotton sarees. The tie and dye art is on display in the fine handloom creations in mercerized sico and pure cotton. The colours chosen are bright, deep and full of the vibrancy of Nature. What is especially noteworthy is the good use of thread work or embroidery that elevates an ordinary weave to an extraordinary work of art. The borders and pallu make good use of zari, that provide the right



impetus to the look.


The range and depth of the extraordinary tie & dye designer Assam cotton weaves in pure handloom cotton sarees is mind blowing. There are plain sicos in vibrant hues with beautiful matching borders. Block printed sicos in multicolour stripes design, Earthy shades Assam cotton tants, the pastels of Assam sico linen, the vibrant multicoloured Assam sicos with catchy wide zari borders and matched zari worked pallus and the deep shades of the mercerized sico cotton handlooms are the explorative experiments of the fine Assam fabrics. The weavers of Assam works as a family in the handloom industry for weaving intricate charming Assamese sarees. The family members get involved right from spinning to dyeing to making warp and then weaving. They mainly uses pitlooms.The artisans creativity makes Assamese sarees more beautiful and durable.


The range and depth of the extraordinary tie & dye designer Assam cotton weaves in pure handloom cotton sarees is mind blowing. There are plain sicos in vibrant hues with beautiful matching borders.




Man of worthiness



The Mishing or MisĂ­ng or Miri, are an ethnic group inhabiting the districts of Dhemaji, North Lakhimpur, Sonitpur, Tinsukia,Dibrugarh, Sibsagar, Jorhat and Golaghat of the Assam state in India. They belong to greater Tani people community which comprises many tribes in Arunachal Pradesh in India and Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) in China.

All Tani tribes share linguistic, cultural and ritual similarities. All Misings trace back their root to Abutani or Abo Tani (The first man on earth) like any other Tani tribes. Legends says that they came into contact with more civilised communities living in plains of Assam as early as in the 16th century. Because of this, they lost their violent tribal nature and many embraced the Vaishnavite religion. Though they belong to Tani group of tribes and they used to be hill dwellers, they started living on the banks of rivers in the plains of Assam. Misings presently living in the plains of Assam were not a one single tribe, but evolved into one when many tribes from various Tani tribes in Arunachal Pradesh migrated to the plains of Assam in search of fertile land as well as in search of civilisational

progress. The Misings believe Abotani as their ancestor and is supposed to be a son of mother Sun and father Moon of the Heavenly abode. The Mising people inhabiting by the Plains believe Gumin as one of the earliest ancestors, the forefather of a lineal family of Abotani. The sons of Gumin are grouped in clans, the names of which are represented by the existing surnames in the society. They are all blood related brothers with a social restriction of matrimonial relationship among them. A few non-Mising speaking groups like Bihiya, Samurguria etc. are predominant. These groups write some of their surnames as Saikia, Baruah, Medhi, Kachari, Patgiri Changmai etc. and soon forget their Gu:min and Opin Identity. The division into Borgam and JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM

INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION Dohgam, which was an administrative system introduced during Ahom Kingdom, is non-existent in the society today. As such the multifarious form of division, have no bearing at all in identification of Guhmeen ad Opeen Concept since time immemorial in maintaining their fabric of socio-cultural system.


The Opin of Gumin are all blood related brothers known as Urom bibosunam Beerrang originating from a common ancestor father and there is no restriction in offering prayers in the Rituals in common platform. There is another form of brotherhood existing in the society which has been traditionally accepted as affiliated brother or Tomeen sunam Beerrang from different opin. In both types of Brotherhood marriage among themselves is forbidden in the society. Mishings have their own unique folk music, dances and musical instruments. Most of these are used or performed on their social and religious festivals.

Mishing’s folk music Ahbang is a verse of hymn of praise and worship of gods and goddesses. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

Ahbang is sung by the Mibu (priest) at rituals. There is also community Ahbangs generally used in Pobua, a ritual festival, praying for better crops, health and happiness. Kaban is one of the oldest forms of Mishing folk songs. It is lamentation music and recalls sad events. At the death of a dear one, the women burst out into a sort of cry and the song for an outsider may sound funny. Tebo Tekang is a romantic lyric, narrating some love encounters. Siuhlung Nitom is a melancholic song, sung in lonely places like jungle. Bini are lullabies sung either at home or in the field, taking babies to places of work. The baby is tied to the back of the mother or the young babysitter. Midang Nitom is usually sung at the time of ushering in a bride to her new home, often in order to tease her. These too are rather melancholic, since they depict the sadness of brides wailing at being separated from her family, friends and the familiar childhood environment. Oi Nitom is the most

popular form of Mishing folk song, sung by Mishing youths when they are working or moving about the fields, woods, etc. It is an integral part of the Mishing Sohman (dance). It has a variety of themes ranging from romance, humour, tragedy and socio-cultural motifs. Each line in an OiNitom is of seven syllables.

Musical instruments Mishings have rich folk music such as dumdum, lupi, lehnong, marbang, bali, etc. Which are used in Gumrak dance and are common to other locals. The typical type of traditional instruments played in Mishing folk music are ezuk tapung, derki tapung, tumbo, tapung tutok tapung, ketpong tapung, gekre tapung, dendun, dumpak koreg, gunggang, tulung etc. These are mostly wind instruments made of bamboo. Yoksa (sword) is used as a musical instrument by the priest during religious dance.

Dances Gumrag is performed five times in circles. Drums and cymbols are the usual musical instruments for the dances. Mibu Dagnam is a priestly dance performed mostly JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM


Gumrag is performed five times in circles. Drums and cymbols are the usual musical instruments for the dances. during Porag, the harvesting festival, observed in the Murong, the community hall of the Mishings. The priest sings the Ahbang while performing this ritual dance. 22

Selloi is a kind of merrymaking song and dance often performed for fun, by young boys and girls with the accompaniment of drums or cymbols. It marks the beginning of influx of the Mishing people from hills to plains of Assam.

Gumrak Sohman dance is performed on the occasion of Ali-Aye-Ligang. Lotta Sohman dance is performed on any occasion, as an expression of joy or community celebration. Old and young, all join in these dances

Marriage The Mishings are a patrilineal and patrilocal society and so, as per customary law, only the male children are entitled to inherit the property of a family. However, daughters can inherit the clothes and jewellery of their mothers. [citation needed] Marriages amongst the Mishings take place in four ways: (i) formal marriages through negotiation

Occasionally, all sections of Mising people indulge in singing and dancing lereli in sheer fun and merriment, especially at the meeting of old friends.

(ii) marriage by elopement

Ejug Tapung Sohman is a very ancient form of dance performed to the accompaniment of ejug tapung, a wind instrument resembling the snake charmer’s been.

The most common form of marriage in rural areas is the one by elopement. When a boy is in love with a girl and intends to marry her, but cannot afford the cost of a formal marriage,


(iii) marriage through a very simple ceremony (iv) marriage by force.

or expects some opposition to the marriage from some quarter, or would like to start a conjugal life without delay, he chooses elopement with the girl as the best option. More often than not, marriages by elopement are followed by due social recognition through simple formalities. Formal marriages are arranged through two or three stages of negotiation, but although arranged by parents or guardians, the marriage of a boy and a girl totally unknown to each other, would be very rare. Polygamy is permissible as per customary law, but it is not looked upon as an act of honour anymore. Polyandry is unknown altogether. Widows or widowers can remarry. Customary law allows divorces, but they are not very common. It is also customary for a groom’s parents or guardians to pay bride price – mostly nominal – to the parents or guardians of the bride. Clan endogamy is taboo.





Ethnic tribes of Assam WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

The Bodos are an ethnic and linguistic aboriginal group of the Brahmaputra valley in the northeast part of India. Udalguri, Chirang, Baksa, Sonitpur, Goalpara, Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Darrang, Bongaigaon,Kokrajhar of Assam are the places where Bodos inhabit. Historically the great Bodos were known as the Mech. Even today the Bodos living in West Bengal, Nagaland and Nepal are called Mech. The Bodos use the term Bodosa to describe themselves. There are other subgroups of Bodo community such as Dimas, Tiwa, Sonowal Kachari and Thengal Kachari spread across Assam. Bodos have had historically practiced Bathouism and a form of forefather worship called Obonglaoree. The sijwu plant, is taken as the symbol of Bathou and worshipped. In the Bodo Language Ba means five and thou means deep. Five is a significant number in the Bathou religion. Five Philosophies: Earth, Water, Air, Sun and Universe. These five elements are Bathou and the master of five elements is called Bwrai Bathou or God. A clean surface near home or courtyard is considered as an ideal place for worship. Usually, a pair of areca nut called ‘goi’ and betel leaf called ‘pathwi’ could be used as offering. On special occasion, worship offering could include rice, milk and sugar. For the Kherai Puja,

the most important festival of the Bodos, the altar is placed in the rice field. Other important festivals of the Bodos include Hapsa Hatarnai, Awnkham Gwrlwi Janai, Bwisagu and Domashi. Bathouism is considered a sect of Hinduism. Bodos have been farmers, with a strong tradition of fishing, keeping poultry, piggery, rice and jute cultivation and betel nut plantation. The Bodos also cultivate mustard and corn. They make their own traditional attire. The Bodo linguistic ethnic group arrived and settled in the region and have contributed to the cultural traditions of the Assamese and others in the north east of India. Dresses and ornaments of the Bodos are the symbol of their traditional art and culture. Their arts of such dresses and ornaments are the intrinsic reflections of the nature within which they are shaped and moulded. Since ancient time, the indigenous people like Bodos were accustomed with the production of clothes from the tread of Eri and Muga. The Eri cloth is of dub colour and is JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM


The dresses of Bodo women are a distinguishable feature of Bodo culture. durable. It is light but worn, in ordinary cold season, wrap of the Assamese is generally made of this cloth.


Bodo women are expert in rearing the “Endi Emphou” (Eri worm ) and “Muga latha” (Muga worm) and make treads from them. They weave different kind of clothes like “Dokhna“ (Women’s dress for covering the whole body), “Jwmgra“ (Chadar or orna or scarf of woman), Gamsha ( Cloth for covering the lower part of the body by man and sometimes used in bath), “Phali“ or “Rumal” (Handkerchief), “Hishima“ (Big and wide cloth used as rugs during the winter season) etc. out of the treads of Eri and Muga. Traditionally Bodo manfolk used to wear male garment called “Gamsha“ (Gamosha in Assamese) to cover the body from waist down to the knee. Previously Bodo old man used to wear wooden footwear known as “Khorom“ (Karam in Assamese). They WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

use a type of cloth known as “Jwmgra“ made of Eri thread and a small cloth on the shoulder during the winter and summer season respectively. The dresses of Bodo women are a distinguishable feature of Bodo culture. A man can identify a Bodo womanfolk just by seeing her dresses. Bodo woman wears her “Dokhna or Dokhona“ covering the body from the chest down to the ankle. Its length and breadth is made in such a way that it can be tied one round at a time in the waist. Dokhna or Dokhona is made of varied colours and “Agor” or (Phul in Assamese). The Dokhna without Agor or Phul is called “Salamatha“ or “Matha”. “Dokhona Thaosi“ (Pure Dokhona) is generally used as bridal attire, Bwirathi (Woman receptionist of bride and bridegroom in Bodo marriage) and “Doudini“ (A dancing woman in Kherai puja, it is believed almighty power enters into the body of a pure soul) or during the festivals or other ceremonies. Now-a-days Bodo women wear blouse to cover her upper bosom and adorns with “Jwmgra “(Scarf)on it. The Jwmgra covers the upper portion of the body. Bodo women wear various colours of scarf with full of Agor (handy work design) to beautify themselves.





Amma of Tamilnadu

Kum J Jayalalithaa’s

life came to an end At last the eventual has happened. After lots of speculations and rumours, poor man’s ‘Amma” has left to abode at around 11.30 PM on Monday the 5th December. After 75 days of hospitalisation and recovery, on 5th December mornign she had a crucial cardiac attack which has put an end to the legendary life of Puratchi thalaivi Dr. J Jayalalitha, fondly and respectfully called as ‘Amma’.



Timeline of “Amma” On February 24, 1948, Jayalalithaa is born in Melukote, in the then Mysore State, presently in the state of Karnataka, to Jayaram and Vedavalli. In 1950, Jayalalitha’s father Jayaram dies and Vedavalli goes to live with her parents in Bangalore.


In 1952, Jayalalithaa and her brother remained with her aunt in Bangalore as her mother, Vedavalli, moves to Madras to find a job. Jayalalithaa goes to the elite Bishop Cottons Girls School. In 1958 Jayalalithaa moves to Madras to live with her mother, after her aunt gets married. debt-ridden family. She got enrolled in the elite Sacred Heart Presentation Convent, popularly known as Church Park, where she excels in academics. She got trained in Carnatic music and Bharatanatyam and Kathak. In 1964, She makes her film debut in a lead role in ‘Chinnada Gombe’ a Kannada film to support her WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

In 1965, Jayalalithaa debuts in Tamil film in the landmark blockbuster hit, ‘Venniraadai’. Same year, she stars in a film, ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’, with Tamil cinema’s biggest star MG Ramachandran (MGR). That was the beginning of what remains the most successful screen pairings

in Tamil cinema, as well as one of the most critical relationships in her life. The period 1965 - 1980 was the peak of Jayalalithaa’s film career. She was among the highest-paid actresses in the country at the time and endorsed top brands. She had acted in over 140 films, of which about 120 were blockbuster hits. During 1970, Jayalalithaa

maiden political speech at the party conference. In the year 1983, she was appointed as the AIADMK’s propaganda secretary. During the year 1984, she was elected to the Rajya Sabha, as MGR wants her there for her fluency in English and knowledge of several languages. She was a member of the Rajya Sabha till 1989. She becomes a key campaigner for the AIADMK as the party wins a massive election victory despite MGR remaining hospitalized through the campaigning. In 1986, MGR sacks Jayalalithaa from all party posts after she forms a parallel political outfit.

has a falling out with MGR, after he chooses to work with another leading lady. In the year 1971, Jayalalithaa’s mother Sandhya dies. In 1973, She stars in a movie with MGR for the last time, in ‘Pattikaattu Ponnaiya’, a year after he split from the DMK to launch the AIADMK. In the year 1977, Jayalalithaa took a break

from films.

In the year 1987, MGR dies, leaving no clear political heir. AIADMK descends into chaos over his legacy.

In 1980, again she stars in a Tamil movie, ‘Nadhiyai Thedi Vandha Kadal’, for the last time.

In the 1989 assembly election saw Jayalalithaa faction winning 27 seats to the Janaki faction’s two.

Her last film in a leading role was the Telugu film ‘Nayakudu Vinayakudu’.

Jayalalithaa becomes Tamil Nadu’s first woman Leader of Opposition.

During 1981, she revives the relationship with MGR.

During the budget session, she was assaulted in the Assembly Hall and a senior DMK leader attempts to disrobe her. She took the vow that she will not

In 1982, she joins MGR’s AIADMK and delivers her


COVER STORY In 1996, AIADMK was routed in the elections.


During the year 1984, she was elected to the Rajya Sabha, as MGR wants her there for her fluency in English and knowledge of several languages. She was a member of the Rajya Sabha till 1989.

DMK government files a slew of corruption cases against her. She was arrested and remanded in prison in a corruption a case, in which she was acquitted in 2000. Subramanian Swamy, then the chief of Janata Party files disproportionate assets case against her in August. In 1998, AIADMK wins 18 of Tamil Nadu’s 39 seats as part of the NDA, and becomes part of Vajpayee government. During April 1999, Jayalalithaa pulls out of the NDA government, amid growing disagreements on several issues.

return except as Chief Minister.

In October 1999, AIADMK allied with the Congress and loses seats.

In the year 1991, she allied with the Congress, and storms to power as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time.

In 2000, Jayalalithaa was convicted in Pleasant Stay Hotel case and the TANSI Land Acquisition case.

During 1991 - 1996, her unpopularity rises because of her perceived highhandedness, allegations of corruption among party cadre and the opulent display of wealth in the wedding of her foster son Sudhakaran. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

In May 2001, AIADMK alliance sweeps Assembly elections and won 196 of 234 seats. J Jayalalithaa was sworn in as Chief Minister amid controversy over the pending results on her convictions

in the TANSI and Pleasant Stay Hotel cases. In September 2001, Supreme Court strikes down Jayalalithaa’s appointment as Chief Minister. Her loyalist O Panneerselvam is appointed Chief Minister, About this time, she adds an ‘a’ at the end of her name for numerological reasons. In December 2001, Court overturns her convictions both the TANSI and Pleasant Stay Hotel cases. In March 2002, Jayalalithaa resumes charge as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister. In November 2003, Supreme Court shifts Disproportionate Assets Case against Jayalalithaa to Karnataka, to ensure fair trial. In May 2004, AIADMK was wiped out in Lok Sabha elections. In May 2006, AIADMK wins 61 seats and loses Assembly election. In May 2009, Jayalalithaa became the part of Third Front. In May 2011, AIADMKled alliance sweeps the Assembly election, winning 203 of the 234 seats.

In May 2014, AIADMK wins 37 of Tamil Nadu’s 39 seats, becomes third largest party in Lok Sabha. In September 27, 2014, Bengaluru-based trial court sentences Jayalalithaa to four years imprisonment and Rs 100 crore in fines. In October 17, 2014, After about a month in jail, she was granted bail by the Supreme Court. In May 11, 2015, Jayalalithaa was acquitted of all charges in the Disproportionate Assets Case by the Karnataka High Court. In May 23, 2015, She takes

oath and return as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister.

In November 3, 2016, Apollo Hospitals says Jayalalithaa has completely recovered.

In July 2015, Karnataka government goes to Supreme Court to appeal the acquittal by the Karnataka High Court.

In November 19, 2016, Jayalalithaa is shifted out of the ICU.

In May 2016, Jayalalithaa creates history by becoming the first Tamil Nadu Chief Minister in 32 years to be voted back to power. During September - October 2016, Jayalalithaa was admitted to Chennai’s Apollo hospital with complaints of “fever and dehydration”.

In December 4, 2016, The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister suffers a cardiac arrest. December 5, 2016, Jayalalithaa passes away, aged 68. There comes an end of a legend who has been equated as mother of all by the people of Tamil Nadu.

She was later put on respiratory support and was treated for lung congestion. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM



Killing of


One Day Rama and Krishna were grazing the calves on the bank of the Yamuna with other boys. There arrived a demon by name Vatsasura who came with the intention of killing Krishna. The demon assumed the form of the calf. He mingled with the other cows. But he could not escape the eyes of Krishna, who pointed him out to Balarama . Then Krishna approached that calf as if casually. He caught hold of his hind legs and whirled him round and round and hurled him towards a big tree. Struck against that big tree, the demon fell dead assuming his huge real form. The boys were astounded to see such a dead body. They praised Krishna for his timely and wonderful act. Another day, Krishna and Balarama started early in the morning with food packets in their kit to graze the calves as usual. When it was midday, they took the calves to a lake for drinking water. After the calves had drunk, the boys too quenched their thirst by drinking that sweet water. When they got up from the lake they were terrified to see a huge crane standing there with a terrible look.

They thought it might kill them all. It had a long sharp beak. As soon as it saw Krishna, it rushed towards him and swallowed him in a trice. When Balarama and other boys saw that Krishna had been devoured by the gigantic crane, they became almost unconscious. Krishna turned himself into a ball of fire and started to burn the throat of the crane. Unable to bear the burning sensation the crane vomitted Krishna, who came out with a smiling face as if nothing had happened. The crane now ran after Krishna to attack and kill him with its beak. As the boys were watching with palpitating hearts, Krishna killed the attacking monster by tearing apart its beak. The boys were overwhelmed with wonder.





Happiness and Prosperity comes from

Healthy Living Everybody aims at being happy and prosperous. But unfortunately most of them do not know how to become happy and prosperous. Some think it comes from money, some thinks relationship bring it, yet others think it is not possible. And that we can find lot of people having a happy and prosperous life in our neighbourhood. We feel jealous to them. So, which is the way to happiness and prosperity. I would like to tell that a sound healthy coupled with perfect family relationship can give happiness and prosperity. When the relationship is perfect and health does not take a troll, peace comes to life and leads to happiness and prosperity. Healthy food and good habits have an important role in making the life more happy and prosperous. While bad

habits create problems, good habits helps in maintaining the body in perfect condition. People who are empowered with idealism are the most common people who can a healthy lifestyle. If you are living a healthy lifestyle then this will benefits you. These things can be referred to as the ‘power of healthy living’. If you are not so sure about what kind of lifestyle is good for healthy living , you should start with the things that people living a healthy lifestyle refrain themselves. For instance, a healthy lifestyle does not include harmful habits of smoking and too much drinking of

alcoholic beverages and also does not include eating fatty high cholesterol foods. Junk foods are always harmful to the body. Healthy food, coupled with good habits and exercise can help in maintaining the body without any problems. This will ensure the proper functioning of the body. When the body functions properly, diseases and illness will not be able to damage the body. Ultimately this will result in healthy life which will be filled with happiness and prosperity.




Cheera Thoran

Preparation Time : 10 Mins Cook Time : 5 Mins

Cheera / Spinach is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxitants. It is available in different colours. Including greens in your diet is a must for a healthy living, especially in your kids diet. This side dish is very vegan and healthy made with coconut and coconut oil. This is a simple preparation with easy ingredients. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

How to prepare Wash the spinach thoroughly, and keep it in a colander for a few minutes. Chop them up finely and keep aside. Add the scraped coconut in the dry grinder/chutney grinder along with the shallots, turmeric, green chilly, and garlic cloves. Grind them coarsely without adding any water,just pulse them twice and keep them aside.

Ingredients Pacha Cheera (Spinach): 1 large bunch. Shallots (cheriya ulli): 3 or 4. Green Chilly: 1 large or 2 medium. Garlic: 2 cloves.

Heat a kadai or pan or “cheena chatti�. Add in coconut oil, mustard seeds, once it starts to crack add in the matta rice. Simmer the fire and add in the chopped shallots (cheriya ulli) Once the shallots (cheriya ulli) has lightly browned, add in the chopped spinach.

Turmeric powder: 1/4 tsp.

On high flame cook for 1 min.

Freshly scraped coconut: 1/2 to 3/4

Spinach will start to release water and wilt quickly if it is fresh and once the water is evaporated, add in salt and stir well.

cup. Mustard seeds: 1/4 tsp. Matta rice: 1/2 tsp.

Now simmer the fire and add in the coconut mix, cover with a lid for a minute.

Shallots (cheriya ulli): 2 or 3, sliced.

Open lid and stir everything together. Coconut oil: 1 tbsp.

Stir for another min or two.

Salt to taste

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Chet Kanojia The Entrepreneur Behind Aereo

Aereo, offers consumers a small antenna with which they can stream and record broadcast TV, Chet Kanojia initiated this battle with large broadcasting corporations over the fate of broadcast television. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017


In a statement, Kanojia disputed the ruling and promised customers that the company would continue, the fight for subscribers and create new technologies to make a positive contribution to the world.


Indian origin Chet Kanojia grew up in Bhopal, but moved to the United States in 1991 to study engineering. He began working in the United States in 1995, and by 1999, he had formed his own company called Navic Networks. That company developed and harnessed technology to collect data on what cable to TV subscribers were watching in order to target advertisements at specific demographics. The company was monitoring about 35 million subscribing households when it was sold to Microsoft in 2008 for about $250 million.

Kanojia did not want to stay idle for long after selling Navic Networks and in 2012 he launched Aereo, which almost immediately raised uproar with broadcast television corporations. Aereo provides subscribers with a small antenna that allows them to stream and record programs aired on broadcast television for $8 per month.


In capturing and offering TV programs to its customers, Aereo dodged paying rebroadcasting fees which almost immediately drew lawsuits from broadcasters in its first markets, including New York.

“I am an engineer and because of that, I see the world through a different lens than most people. To me, engineering is the art of the possible. You imagine something and then you try to create it. Hopefully, along the way, you create something that has a meaningful and positive impact on people’s lives.” —Chet Kanojia

Aereo won most of its legal battles against companies such as FOX, ABC, NBC and CBS, but was on the losing side of a court decision in Utah, which helped to spur the case on to the U.S. Supreme Court in 2014. In the weeks before the court’s decision in June, broadcasters threatened that if the court sided with Aereo, they would consider halting broadcast content completely and move entirely to cable airing their programs through cable. On June 25, 2014, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision that Aereo’s service violated copyright law, prompting Aereo to pause its services several days later and issue refunds to

In a statement, Kanojia disputed the ruling and promised customers that the company would continue, the fight for subscribers and create new technologies to make a positive contribution to the world. Chet Kanojia’s Quotes

“Consumer access to freeto-air broadcast television is an essential part of our country’s fabric. Using an antenna to access free-toair broadcast television is still meaningful for more than 60 million Americans across the United States. And when new technology enables consumers to use a smarter, easier to use antenna, consumers and the marketplace win. Free-to-air broadcast television should not be available only to those who can afford to pay for the cable or satellite bundle. ” —Chet Kanojia



What is in store on


immigration fromTrump Sarkar The high stakes battle over immigration policy has politicians and thinkers on all sides of the spectrum preparing for battles. The President-elect has made immigration a focal point throughout his campaign, from his first announcement that he was running in the 2016 race.


From pledging to build a wall along the Mexican border to saying that he would massdeport millions of immigrants living in the US illegally and saying he would block foreign Muslims from entering the country (a position he later moderated), Trump has repeatedly pledged a hardline stance on immigration.


More than 700,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children are protected currently by a deferred action program established by President Barack Obama and another 4 million to 5 million were eligible for protection under a similar program for parents of US

citizens and lawful residents that was blocked by federal courts. Many of the families’ information could be in federal systems, allowing for targeted removal under a Trump administration. “We’re going to work something out that’s going to make people happy and

proud,” Trump said, about young people brought to the US as children who meet certain education and work requirements. “They got brought here at a very young age, they’ve worked here, they’ve gone to school here. Some were good students. Some have wonderful jobs. And they’re in never-never land because they don’t know what’s going to happen.” He has pledged to roll back Obama’s immigration executive actions, which would include deferred action. He also has pledged to step up enforcement of deportation orders and

immigration laws, which he could immediately direct federal enforcement agencies to do. Trump also would have authority to instruct agencies to up their screening for visa applicants, including refugees, said Stephen Yale-Loehr, an immigration attorney and Cornell Law professor. He could immediately kick off the rule making process to roll back Obama-era regulations, like one making it easier for students to extend their authorization to study in the US if they go

into a science, technology or math field. “Given his nominees for both the Justice Department and DHS, I think they’re going to full bore ahead with day one telling the border patrol: ‘Start enforcing the law,’” said Hans von Spakovsky a legal and immigration expert at the conservative Heritage Foundation. “All of that can be done on day one and that’s going to immediately start not only reducing the population that’s in the country, but it will have an immediate effect on the flow into the country because the message will go out.” JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM




Ambassador shot dead in Turkey The assassination of the Russian Ambassador to Ankara, Andrey Karlov, was a well-planned and premeditated murder, Turkey’s interior minister said. He said it did not happen at the initiative of the killer or out of any personal vengeance. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

Karlov was shot dead as he was delivering a speech at the opening of an exhibition called ‘Russia in the Eyes of Turks’ at an art gallery in Ankara. The gunman, was killed at the scene and was identified as 22-year-old Mevlut Altintas, a member of Ankara’s riot police force. Earlier, the Turkish leadership accused the Fethullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) of being behind Karlov’s assassination in an apparent bid to sever Russia-Turkey ties. However, it is too early to jump in to any conclusions yet, as Russia’s goal is to “find the truth, not use the incident for some political gain,” the head of Russia’s Upper House International Relations Committee,

Konstantin Kosachev, said. Smartly-dressed in a dark suit and tie, Mevlut Mert Altintas blended in with all the other guests at the modern art center in the Turkish capital, an upscale neighborhood of luxury hotels and embassies. Mevlut Mert Altintas, a police officer who killed Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, could handle a firearm with ease. His first of multiple shots was a direct hit, piercing the back of Andrey Karlov as he spoke about the exhibit. “He knew it was going to be filmed and have consequence well beyond this room,” said Juliette Kayyem, a CNN national security analyst and Harvard lecturer. After firing multiple rounds, the gunman

shouted: “Allahu akbar (God is greatest). Do not forget Aleppo! Do not forget Syria! Do not forget Aleppo! Do not forget Syria!” “Only death will remove me from here. Everyone who has taken part in this oppression will one by one pay for it,” he said. “I describe this attack on Russia’s embassy as an attack to Turkey, Turkey’s state and nation,” said Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. “After the [attack on the Russian ambassador], during the talk with Mr. Putin, we agreed this is a provocation and there isn’t any dispute,” he added.




Jet Airways flight

skidded off runway at Goa A Jet Airways flight 9W 2374, which was scheduled to travel from Goa to Mumbai, skidded from the runway at Dabolim airport in Goa while aligning for takeoff. The plane was carrying a total of 161 people including seven crew members. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

“All guests and crew have been safely evacuated. Few guests have sustained injuries during the evacuation process,” the airline said. Around 15 passengers have been injured in the incident and were taken to the hospital.

evacuation process.

“Media makes it look like it’s nothing but it was terrible; engine exploded, could’ve died; going to complain,” a furious passenger said.

The flight had arrived from Dubai and the incident took place at around 5 am. Though all the passengers were evacuated, it triggered panic among them when the plane skid and during the

“After incident took place,there was no one till 20-25 minutes. After that we saw some cars, they too took around 10 minutes,” another passenger said.

Abhishek, another passenger on the flight, said, “Situation was critical; nobody is helping, authority is not giving answers; Don’t know what to do.” Another passenger said, “Lights started blinking and suddenly they saw fire and everybody getting up to run for life.” Luckily it happened on the ground, she said.




Viral Acharya Becomes

Deputy chief of RBI 42-year-old IITian, Viral Acharya, becomes the new deputy chief of Reserve Bank of India. He is passionate about Kishore Kumar songs, has an album to his credit, and has now set a new record at the Reserve Bank of India. He comes with an unusual bag of talents and a formidable academic profile. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

The youngest deputy governor to be appointed post-liberalization, Acharya is the C V Starr professor of economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business and earlier taught at London Business School. Acharya fills in the vacancy created by the elevation of Urjit Patel as RBI governor. Out of the four deputy governors, two are internal appointees, NS Vishwanathan and R Gandhi. The one in charge of banking operations, SS Mundra, is a former bank chief. The fourth, who gets the portfolio of monetary policy and research, is always an economist. Known for his work in financial stability - an area

of regulation which came into focus during the global financial crisis --- the new RBI deputy governor is remembered for his views on public sector banks, which were published in a 2015 report that he jointly authored. Describing their condition as precarious, his report recommended recapitalization, improved governance and privatization of some of the banks in the long run. An Indian-born, postliberalization professional, Acharya went to college in the year in which Manmohan Singh delivered his epochal budget speech of 1991. He stood fifth in the joint entrance exam of the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai and went on to

graduate in computer science. After graduation he moved to the US where he pursued a Ph.D in computer science for a year before deciding to shift gears to finance. He obtained his doctorate in finance. In a post online, Acharya describes music as his passion. “I have a slight preference for Indian and Western classical music and a strong preference for light Indian film music, especially the songs composed by S.D.Burman and R.D.Burman and rendered by Kishore Kumar.� Acharya has been appointed for a three-year term from the date of his taking charge. Acharya will join on January 20, 2017. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM






Remonetisation With more more currency now circulation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said that the ability of banks to lend money has substantially increased. ‘Critical part’ behind us, not a single incident of unrest reported. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

“Remonetisation has substantially advanced and not a single incident of unrest has been reported,” Jaitley had said. The union finance minister revealed that the Reserve Bank of India has a substantial amount of currency available for disbursement. He added that a large part of currency has been replaced and more new Rs 500 notes are being released everyday. With more currency now in circulation, Jaitley said that the ability of banks to lend money has substantially increased.

said. He also announced that there has been a rise in tax collection. “Till December 19, direct tax mop-up has risen 14.4%, indirect tax grows 26.2%; central excise up 43.3% and Customs rose 6%,” Jaitley said.

On the impact of demonetisation on the GDP, Jaitley said that critics have been proved wrong.”Critics proved wrong.

A large part of the demonetised currency has been replaced and more new notes of Rs 500 are being released for circulation,” he added. On the impact of demonetisation on the GDP, Jaitley said that critics have been proved wrong.”Critics proved wrong. There could have been adverse impact of demonetisation on GDP for a quarter or so, but it is not as bad as predicted,” he JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM


Swami Shraddhanand Alias

Mahatma Munshi Ram Vij 52

Swami Shraddhanand was born on 22 February 1856 in the village of Talwan in the Jalandhar District of the Punjab Province of India. He was the youngest child in the family of Lala Nanak Chand, who was a Police Inspector in the United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh), then administered by the East India Company.


His given name was Brihaspati Vij, but later he was called Munshi Ram Vij by his father, a name that stayed with him till he took sanyas in 1917, variously as Lala Munshi Ram Vij and Mahatma Munshi Ram. He adopted to atheism after a few incidents, such as when he was prevented from entering the temple while a noble woman was praying. He also witnessed to a


“compromising” situation involving a church’s father with a nun and the suspicious death of a little girl at the home of a Muslim lawyer. All of these events made him to embrace atheism. After passing the mukhtari exams, he began his studies to become a lawyer. He first met Dayanand Saraswati when Dayanand had visited Bareilly to give lectures. Munshiram attended the lectures






Swami Shradhanand was the only Hindu Sanyasi who had addressed a huge gathering from the minarates of the main Jama Masjid New Delhi, for the national solidarity and vedic dharma starting his speech with the recitation of ved mantras. at his father’s request. He originally went with the intent of spoiling the arrangements, but strongly got influenced by Dayanand’s courage, skill, and strong personality. In 1917, Shraddhanand left Gurukul to become an active member of the Hindu reform movements and the Indian Independence movement. In the early 1920s he emerged as an important force in the Hindu Sangathan movement, which was a by product of the now revitalised Hindu Maha Sabha. Shraddhanad and his wife Shiwa Devi had two sons and two daughters. His wife died when Shraddhanad was only 35 years old. His granddaughter Satyavati was a prominent opponent of the British rule in India Swami Shradhanand was the only Hindu Sanyasi who had addressed a huge gathering from the minarates of the main Jama Masjid


New Delhi, for the national solidarity and vedic dharma starting his speech with the recitation of ved mantras. By 1923, he left the social arena and plunged wholeheartedly into his earlier work of the shuddhi movement (re-conversion to Hinduism), which he turned into an important force within Hinduism. In late 1923, he became the president of Bhartiya Hindu Shuddhi Sabha, created with an aim of reconverting Muslims, specifically ‘Malkana Rajputs’ in the western United Province. This brought him into direct confrontation with Muslim clerics and leaders of the time. On 23 December 1926 he was assassinated by a Muslim fanatic named Abdul Rashid, who entered his home at Naya Bazar, Delhi, by posing as a visitor.




Merudandasana Merudandasana is an asana that requires balance and flexibility. The name comes from the Sanskrit, merudanda, meaning “spine,” and asana, meaning “pose.” WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

How to do Sit with your legs outstretched on both the sides. Slowly lean backward and balance your body. Inhale and raise your legs upward, keeping the spine straight. Raise both your arms and hold the fingers of both your legs. While you do this, try and stretch the legs as wide as possible. Hold this position for 15-20 minutes while you breathe slowly. Release and slowly get your arms and legs down.

Don’t do Avoid doing this asana if you have undergone a surgery. Do not perform if you are suffering from heart disease or high blood pressure. Merudandasana opens up your hips and stretches the back of your legs. It helps to tone and strengthen your abdominal organs, especially the liver. It helps to strengthen the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. The asana alleviates any pain and stiffness in your upper and middle back and makes it more flexible. This posture promotes the functionality of your glands. It helps to improve your balance and concentration.

Benefits Improves balance, focus and concentration Opens the hips and back of the legs Stimulates the abdominal organs, improving digestion Strengthens the core muscles and back Improves overall flexibility Stretches the spine JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM



Happy families will have

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Healthy lifestyle always leads to happiness and prosperity. When families have a healthy life style, it will give the society, citizens with positive mentality that helps the society to prosper. This will help in having kind and compassion towards the fellow citizens. A healthy lifestyle is quite simple to achieve - one does not need to do anything “crazy� to adopt a healthy lifestyle. A certain amount of independent thinking is required to separate the truth from fiction in most modern health advice. The most important thing you can do for a healthy lifestyle is, eat well. Avoid toxins in your food as much as possible and consume plenty of fresh fruit, veggies and whole grains, exercise moderately a few times every week, avoid smoking, including passage smoke and avoid gaining too much weight. It may not be always possible to eat all Organic food, but avoiding environmental toxins as much as you can is an important aspect in achieving a healthy lifestyle. Modern lifestyle is very convenient, but it can also be extremely unhealthy. Most of us eat too many processed foods and too few fruit and veggies, we

rarely exercise and when we develop chronic conditions such as diabetes, we rely on conventional medications to make us feel better, but these medications often have devastating side effects. Not all aspects of living a healthy lifestyle are in our control. We are going to be exposed to certain environmental toxins, whether we like it or not. But many of these factors are absolutely in our control and we should be responsible and make the right choices. Eating well is the perfect way to get in tune with your body and really get back to basics of what your body needs. It challenges you to give up the vices that you take for granted, break your addictive eating habits and start again from the beginning. Eating well is a healthy lifestyle choice, that gives you clarity on what your body really needs, not craves and becomes the foundation for all other healthy lifestyle choices. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM



Healthy relationship contributes to the

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Relationships are the most important aspect in everybody’s life. Healthy relationships are based upon each person ability in having a relationship with him-or-herself. Relationship with the self is the most important building block of a relationship.

If one does not have a relationship with the self, it is truly impossible to have a healthy relationship with anybody. It is not possible to be honest with the “other” if one is not in contact with oneself. Relationship with the self is a source of pleasure and expansion and needs time and nurturing in order to grow. Many people prefer to have healthy, happy relationship with the people in their lives, whether they are parentchild relationships, marriage or love relationships, family relationships, friendships, or even relationships with work colleagues. Building a healthy relationship is a normal and natural desire. Healthy relationships are a vital aspect of mental health and general health and wellness.

Discuss the conflict and differences, without blame Remember relationship is important to each person involved Communicate openly and honestly Ensure that abuse is absent and this includes physical, verbal or emotional abuse Maintain healthy boundaries, say “no” to requests without feelings of guilt

Some of the qualities of healthy relationships: Each person should take responsibility for their own needs





Romance is an

unavoidable feeling in a Relationship Romance is not just a feeling of having sex. It the way of bonding each other. It is very much required in a relationship. Romance is just like fuel in fire. Romance helps to understand each other and decide to go ahead. Romance is an unlimited passion for your partner. This passion is inevitably vital for nurturing happiness and joy in the relationship. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM

LOVE & ROMANCE Romance keeps the life beautiful and evergreen. It brings the most valuable moments in to the life. Being in romance makes one addicted to the melody of the beauty of life. Romance is one of the most pleasurable and joyful feelings anybody can experience in their life. The healthier romantic lives of he or she will be satisfied in their relationship. This will sprout out the bliss in to their life keeping their family joyful.


There are instances when the romance in the life gets faded out. This causes all the happiness and pleasurable moments to dwindle away. One of the most common causes for this is “the stress� that we encounter in our daily life. Romance is something that all people need to embrace. This is mainly because when you have it, you will not just live longer but will have more value in your life. Romance is never easy to get, but we all have the capacity to look for romance and maintain it in our lives.




Haridwar Deva Bhoomi or Gateway to Gods



Haridwar is a district in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Haridwar is situated at height of 314 metres from the sea level, between Shivalik Hills in the North and Northeast and the Ganges River in the South. Haridwar is well connected by road and rail.




A paradise for nature-lovers, Haridwar presents kaleidoscope of Indian culture and civilization. Haridwar also termed as ‘Gateway to Gods’ is known as Mayapuri, Kapila and Gangadwar as well. The followers of Lord Shiva (Har) and followers of Lord Vishnu (Hari) pronounce this place as Hardwar and Haridwar respectively. It is also a point of entry to Char Dham (Four main centers of pilgrimage in Uttarakhand) Viz. Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. Haridwar is also one of the four places; where Kumbh Mela occurs after rotation of every twelve Years and Ardh Kumbh after every six years. It is said that drops of Amrit (Elixir) fell in to the Brahmkund of Har-Ki-Parri, therefore considered that a dip in the Brahmakund on this particular day is very WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

auspicious and when Jupiter (Brahaspati) comes to the sign Aquarius (Kumbh) once in every twelve years the Maha Kumbh fair is celebrated at Haridwar. Haridwar is one of the first towns where Ganga emerges from the mountains to touch the planes. Lush green forests and small ponds add to the scenic beauty of this holy land. In the evening the ghats look breathtakingly beautiful as thousands of diyas (lamps) and marigold flowers float and

illuminate the holy waters. Being one of the oldest living cities, Haridwar finds its mention in the ancient Hindu scriptures as it weaves through the life and time stretching from the period of the Buddha, to the more recent British advent. Haridwar has a rich and ancient religious and cultural heritage. It still has many old havelis and mansions bearing exquisite murals and intricate stonework.

History Ain-e-Akbari, written by Abul Fazal in the 16th century during the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar, refers to it as Maya (Mayapur), known as Hardwar on the banks of Ganges, as seven sacred cities of Hindus. It is said that during his travels and

also while at home, Mughal Emperor, Akbar drank water from the Ganges River, which he called ‘the water of immortality’. Special people were stationed at Haridwar to dispatch water, in sealed jars, to wherever he was stationed. During the Mughal period, there was a mint for Akbar’s copper coinage at Haridwar. It is said that Raja Man Singh of Amber, laid that foundation of the present day city of Haridwar and also renovated the ghats at Har-ki-parri. After his death, his ashes are also said to have been immersed at Brahma Kund by Mughal emperor Akbar himself. Thomas Coryat, an English traveler, who visited the city in the reign of Emperor Jahangir (1596–1627), mentions it as ‘Haridwara’, the capital of Shiva. Something that is not well known today, that in an ancient custom detailed family genealogies of Hindu families for the past several generations are kept by professional Hindu Brahmin Pundits, popularly known as Pandas, at the Hindu holy city of Haridwar in hand written registers passed down to them over generations by their Pundit ancestors which are classified according to original districts and villages of ones ancestors, with special designated Pundit families

being in charge of designated district registers, even for cases where ancestral districts and villages that have been left behind in Pakistan after Partition of India with Hindus having to migrate to India. In several cases present day decedents are now Sikhs and many maybe Muslims or even Christians. It is not uncommon for one to find details of up to, or even more than, ones seven past generations in these genealogy registers kept by the Pandas of Haridwar. For centuries when Hindu ancestors visited the holy town of Haridwar for any purpose which may have mostly been for pilgrimage or cremation of their dead or for immersion of ashes and bones of their kin after cremation into the waters of the holy river Ganges as required by Hindu religious custom, it has been an ancient custom to go to the Pundit who is in charge of ones family register and update the family’s genealogical family tree with details of all marriages, births and deaths from ones extended joint family. Haridwar came under the rule of the Maurya Empire (322– 185 BCE), and later under the Kushan Empire (1st–3rd centuries). First modern era written evidence of Haridwar JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM

INDIAN TRAVELOGUE is found in the accounts of a Chinese traveler, Huan Tsang, who visited India in 629 AD during the reign of King Harshavardhan (590– 647). He records Haridwar as ‘Mo-yu-lo’, the remains of which still exist at Mayapur, a little to the south of the modern town. Among the ruins are a fort and three temples, decorated with broken stone sculptures, he also mentions the presence of a temple, north of Moyu-lo called ‘Gangadwara’, Gateway of the Ganges.


The city was also invaded by Timur Lang (1336–1405), a Turkish invader on January 13, 1399. During his visit to Haridwar, first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak (1469–1539) bathed at ‘Kushwan Ghat’, wherein the famous, ‘watering the crops’ episode took place. His visit is today commemorated by a gurudwara (Gurudwara Nanakwara), according to two Sikh Janamsakhis, this visit took place on the Baisakhi day in 1504 AD, he later also visited Kankhal enroute to Kotdwara in Garhwal.

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salvation to his ancestors. It is also said that Haridwar has been sanctified by the presence of three Gods; Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Lord Vishnu is said to have his foot print on the stone that is set in the upper wall of Har-KiParri where the Holy Ganga touches it all the times. Devout believers feel that they can go to heaven by getting salvation after a dip in the sacred Ganga at Haridwar. In the Vanaparva of the Mahabharata, where sage Dhaumya tells Yudhisthira about the tirthas of India, Gangadwar, i.e., Haridwar and Kankhal have been referred to the text also mentions that Agastya Rishi did penance here, with the help of his wife, Lopamudra (the princess of Vidharba). It is believed that after churning Milk Ocean Dhanwantari emerged with a pot of Amrit (Elixir) and Devas took the pot of Amrit. Seeing this Asuras quarreled with Devas for the pot of Amrit and there was a war between Devas and Asuras. During the war Garuda took the pot of Amrit and while flying drops of Amrit has fallen in four places in earth. They are Haridwar, Ujjain, Nasik and Allahabad. This manifested in the Kumbha Mela being celebrated every 3 years in one of the 4 places,

This sacred Ghat was constructed by King Vikramaditya (1st century BC) in memory of his brother Bhartrihari. It is believed that Bhartrihari came to Haridwar and meditated on the banks of the holy Ganges. and thus every 12 years in Haridwar. Amidst the Kumbha Mela, millions of pilgrims, devotees, and tourists congregate in Haridwar to perform ritualistic bathing on the banks of the river Ganges to wash away their sins to attain Moksha. Brahma Kund, the spot where the Amrit fell, is located at Har ki Parri (literally, “footsteps of the Lord”) and is considered to be the most sacred ghat of Haridwar.

Places to visit Chandi Devi Temple The temple of Chandi Devi

atop the Neel Parvat (Neel Mountain) on the other bank of river Ganga was constructed in 1929 A.D. by the king of Kashmir- Suchat Singh. It is 3 KM. trek from Chandighat . Legend has it that the army chief ChandaMunda of a local demon King Shumbh-Nishumbha was killed by goddess Chandi here after which the place got the name Chandi Devi. It is believed that the main statue was established by the Adi Shankracharya in 8th century A.D. There is another temple for Anjani Devi on the other side of the mountain which is accessible from Chandi Devi temple. One can reach Chandi Devi Temple through ropeway or on foot.

Chandi Devi Temple

Mansa Devi Temple

Mansa Devi Temple The temple of Goddess Mansa Devi is situated at the top of Bilwa Parwat (Bilwa Mountain). Here one statue of the Goddess has three mouths and five arms while the other statue has eight arms. It is believed that Mansa Devi fulfills her devotee’s wishes. The beautiful view of the Haridwar city can be seen from this place. The temple can be reached through ropeway or on foot.


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INDIAN TRAVELOGUE constructed by King Vikramaditya (1st century BC) in memory of his brother Bhartrihari. It is believed that Bhartrihari came to Haridwar and meditated on the banks of the holy Ganges. When he died, his brother constructed a Ghat in his name, which later came to be known as Har-Ki-Pauri. The most sacred ghat within Har-kiPauri is Brahmakund. The evening prayer (Aarati) at dusk offered to Goddess Ganga at Har-Ki-Pauri (steps of God Hara or Shiva) is an enchanting experience for any visitor. 72

Pawan Dham A modern temple made entirely of glass pieces, is a popular tourist destination. The Temple complex was constructed by the effort of His Holiness Swami VedantanandJi Maharaj and is growing under the Leadership of His Holiness Swami SahajPrakashJi Maharaj. People of Moga (Punjab) have put their efforts and Money to bring up this place.

Pawan Dham Dham Pawan the days of Ramayan till India’s independence. The temple was built under the auspicious blessings of the honorable former Shankaracharya His Holiness Maha-Mandleshwar Swami Satyamitranand Giriji Maharaj.

Shantikunj Shantikunj is the headquarter of famous spiritual and social organization All World Gayatri Pariwar (AWGP) established by Pt Shriram Sharma Acharya. It is located at a distance of 6 Kilometers from Haridwar railway station towards Hrishikesh / Dehradoon route in the banks of the holy Ganges and between the Shivalik ranges of the Himalayas. There are plenty of other Ashrams which are also worth visiting. Many Ashrams have sculpture being built with the themes of Hindu mythology.

Bharat Mata Mandir

Bharat Mata Mandir A multi-storey temple, dedicated to Bharat Mata, Mother India, with each floor depicting an era in the Indian History, from WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

Bharat Mata Mandir




Indus Valley

civilisation The Indus Civilization is among the world’s earliest civilizations that peaked around 2500 BCE in the western part of South Asia and declined during the mid-2nd millennium BCE and was forgotten until its rediscovery in the 1920s by R.D. Banerjee. 74


eographically, it was spread over an area of some 1,260,000 sqkm, comprising the whole of modern day Pakistan and parts of modern-day India and Afghanistan. Thus there is an Indus Valley site on the Oxus river at Shortughai in northern Afghanistan and the Indus Valley site Alamgirpur at the Hindon river is located only 28 km from Delhi. At its peak, the Indus Civilization may have had a population of well over five million. Among the Indus civilization’s mysteries are fundamental questions, WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

including its means of subsistence and the causes for its sudden disappearance beginning around 1900 BCE. We do not know what language the people spoke. We do not know what they called themselves. All of these facts stand in stark contrast to what is known about its contemporaries, Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. To date, over 1,052 cities and settlements have been found, mainly in the general region of the HakraGhaggar river and its tributaries. Among the settlements were the major urban centers of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro, as well as Lothal, Dholavira, Ganweriwala, Kalibanga,



Additionally, there is some disputed evidence indicative of another large river, now long dried up, running parallel and to the east of the Indus. 76

and Rakhigarhi. Additionally, there is some disputed evidence indicative of another large river, now long dried up, running parallel and to the east of the Indus. The dried-up river beds overlap with the Hakra channel in Pakistan, and the seasonal Ghaggar river in India. Over 500 ancient sites belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization have been discovered along the Hakra-Ghaggar river and its tributaries (S.P. Gupta 1995: 183). In contrast to this, only 90 to 96 of the over 800 known Indus Valley sites have been discovered on the Indus and WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

its tributaries. A section of scholars claim that this was a major river during the third and fourth millennia BCE, and propose that it may have been the Sarasvati River of the Rig Veda. Some of those who accept this hypothesis advocate designating the Indus Valley culture the “SarasvatiSindhu Civilization�, Sindhu being the ancient name of the Indus River. Most archeologists dispute this view, arguing that the old and dry river died out during the mesolithic age at the

latest, and was reduced to a seasonal stream long before the Vedic period. The Indus civilization was predated by the first farming cultures in south Asia, which emerged in the hills of what is now called Balochistan, to the west of the Indus Valley. The best-known site of this culture is Mehrgarh, established around 6500 BCE. These early farmers domesticated wheat and a variety of animals, including cattle. Pottery was in use by around 5500 BCE. The Indus

civilization grew out of this culture’s technological base, as well as its geographic expansion into the alluvial plains of what are now the provinces of Sindh and Punjab in contemporary Pakistan and Northern India. By 4000 BCE, a distinctive, regional culture, called preHarappan, had emerged in this area. (It is called preHarappan because remains of this widespread culture are found in the early strata of Indus civilization cities.) Trade networks linked

this culture with related regional cultures and distant sources of raw materials, including lapis lazuli and other materials for beadmaking. Villagers had, by this time, domesticated numerous crops, including peas, sesame seeds, dates, and cotton, as well as a wide range of domestic animals, including the water buffalo, an animal that remains essential to intensive agricultural production throughout Asia today.



The Indus civilization was predated by the first farming cultures in south Asia, which emerged in the hills of what is now called Balochistan, to the west of the Indus Valley. Town-planning: In some of the excavations, the remains of entire cities have been unearthed. From these it is observed that a Harappan city was protected by huge walls built on all sides. The walls had watchtowers at regular distances.

Seals: Square seals or


coins have been found in the excavations at various places. They were made of the powder of a particular white stone. Besides, seals of ivory, clay and metals, too , have been found. These seals bear the pictures of animals and manlike figures. At the top, letters are engraved in a script which has not yet been deciphered. Historians believe that such seals were used in rituals or for trade.

Earthenware: Shapely earthen pots is one of the characteristics of the Harappa civilisation. Several specimens of such earthen pots have been found in excavations. One city on another: At Mohen-Jo-Daro, the remains of cities built one above the other have been found. From those remains it WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

appears that the original city at the site perhaps got buried due to some reason. After a period of time, another city was built on the same site. Seven such layers of construction have been found at Mohen-jo-daro.

The Great Bath: A huge square bath of 56 meters x 56 meters has been found at Mohen-jo-daro. At its centre there is a tank measuring 12 meters X 7 meters and 2.5 meters in deep. There are steps leading down to the tank. The tank has been built in baked bricks in such a way as would prevent seepage of water. There is also a provision for draining and re-filling the tank from time to time. The Harappan people seem to have given special attention to facilities for cleanliness and hygiene. Their town-planning was systematic. The facilities provided in the Harappan cities clearly indicate that these cities must have had an administrative system which laid down rules of town management and implemented them strictly.




Successfully Launched


ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle had successfully launched the 1235 kg RESOURCESAT2A Satellite on December 07, 2016 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. This is the thirty seventh consecutively successful mission of PSLV.


After PSLV-C36 lift-off at 10:25 am IST from the First Launch Pad with the ignition of the first stage, the subsequent important flight events, namely, strap-on ignitions and separations, first stage separation, second stage ignition, payload fairing separation, second stage separation, third stage ignition and separation, fourth stage ignition and cut-off, took place without fail. After a flight of 17 minutes 05 seconds, the vehicle achieved a polar Sun Synchronous Orbit of 824 km height inclined at an angle of 98.725 degree to the equator and 47 seconds later, RESOURCESAT-2A was


separated from the PSLV fourth stage. After separation, the two solar arrays of RESOURCESAT-2A deployed automatically and ISRO’s Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) at Bangalore took over the control of the satellite. In the coming days, the satellite will be brought to its final operational configuration following which it will begin to provide images from its three cameras. The data sent by RESOURCESAT2A will be useful for agricultural applications

like crop area and crop production estimation, drought monitoring, soil mapping, cropping system analysis and farm advisories generation. Like its predecessors RESOURCESAT-1 and 2, RESOURCESAT-2A has a unique 3-Tier imaging system with Advanced Wide Field Sensor (AWiFS), Linear Imaging Self Scanner-3 (LISS3) and Linear Imaging Self Scanner-4 (LISS-4) cameras. The AWiFS provides images with a sampling of 56 metres, a swath of 740 km and a

revisit of 5 days whereas the LISS-3 provides 23.5 metre sampled images with 141 km swath and a repitivity of 24 days. LISS-4 provides 5.8 metre sampled images with 70 km swath and a revisit of 5 days. With the successful launch, PSLV has yet again demonstrated its reliability. The total number of satellites launched by India’s workhorse launch vehicle PSLV including today’s RESOURCESAT2A has now reached 122, of which 43 are Indian and the remaining 79 are from abroad. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM




VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN Comfortably well built and distinctively styled, the Volkswagon Tiguan is short on interior space and high on price, making it a hard sell. It is one of the most sporty crossovers. A lively chassis and well-tuned suspension impart a level of agility most competitors can’t match.


AUTOMOBILES Height Adjusters and Pretensioners

A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder makes 200 hp and drives the front wheels through a six-speed automatic. All-wheel drive is optional. Tiguan remains best suited for on-road exploits.

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Back-Up Camera

Entertainment Radio: AM/FM/HD/CD w/USB & Aux-In -inc: Composition Media, 6.3” touchscreen, 8-speaker sound system, VW Car-Net App-Connect smartphone integration and interface, Bluetooth connectivity and SiriusXM satellite radio (limited subscription) Radio w/Seek-Scan, MP3 Player, Clock, Speed Compensated Volume Control, Steering Wheel Controls and Radio Data System Audio Theft Deterrent

Electronic Stability Control (ESC)

Window Grid And Roof Mount Diversity Antenna

ABS And Driveline Traction Control

1 LCD Monitor In The Front

Side Impact Beams


Dual Stage Driver And Passenger SeatMounted Side Airbags Low Tire Pressure Warning

Wheels: 16” Portland Alloy Tires: P215/65R16 H AS Wheels w/Silver Accents

Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags

Steel Spare Wheel

Side Curtain Protection Curtain 1st And 2nd Row Airbags

Compact Spare Tire Mounted Inside Under Cargo

Airbag Occupancy Sensor

Clearcoat Paint

Rear Child Safety Locks

Body-Colored Front Bumper

Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Rear Center 3 Point,

Body-Colored Rear Bumper w/Black Rub Strip/Fascia Accent


Black Bodyside Cladding and Black Wheel Well Trim

and lumbar support and split folding slide and recline rear seats w/folddown center armrest

Black Side Windows Trim and Black Front Windshield Trim

4-Way Driver Seat

Body-Colored Door Handles

4-Way Passenger Seat

Body-Colored Power Heated Side Mirrors w/Manual Folding and Turn Signal Indicator

40-20-40 Folding Front Facing Fold Forward Seatback Rear Seat

Fixed Rear Window w/Fixed Interval Wiper and Defroster Light Tinted Glass Rain Detecting Variable Intermittent Wipers w/Heated Jets

Manual Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column Gauges -inc: Speedometer, Odometer, Engine Coolant Temp, Tachometer, Trip Odometer and Trip Computer

Fully Galvanized Steel Panels

Power Rear Windows and Fixed 3rd Row Windows

Lip Spoiler

Leather Steering Wheel

Chrome Grille

Front Cupholder

Front License Plate Bracket

Rear Cupholder

Liftgate Rear Cargo Access


Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/ Power Door Locks

Proximity Key For Doors And Push Button Start

Roof Rack Rails Only

Valet Function

Fully Automatic Aero-Composite Halogen Daytime Running Headlamps

Power Fuel Flap Locking Type

Interior Heated Front Bucket Seats -inc: power reclining, manually adjustable driver’s seat w/manual lumbar support, manually adjustable front passenger seat w/fold-down feature

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AUTOMOBILES Manual Air Conditioning HVAC -inc: Underseat Ducts and Console Ducts Illuminated Locking Glove Box Driver Foot Rest

It is one of the most sporty crossovers. A lively chassis and well-tuned suspension impart a level of agility most competitors can’t match.

Interior Trim -inc: Metal-Look Instrument Panel Insert, Metal-Look Door Panel Insert, Aluminum And Metal-Look Interior Accents

FOB Controls -inc: Trunk/Hatch/Tailgate

Full Cloth Headliner

Tracker System

Leatherette Door Trim Insert

Instrument Panel Covered Bin, Dashboard Storage, Refrigerated/Cooled Box Located In The Glovebox, Driver / Passenger And Rear Door Bins

Leather/Metal-Look Gear Shift Knob V-Tex Leatherette Seating Surfaces 86

Day-Night Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror

Power 1st Row Windows w/Front And Rear 1-Touch Up/Down

Driver And Passenger Visor Vanity Mirrors w/Driver And Passenger Illumination

Delayed Accessory Power

Full Floor Console w/Covered Storage, Mini Overhead Console w/Storage and 4 12V DC Power Outlets Front And Rear Map Lights Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting Full Carpet Floor Covering Carpet Floor Trim Cargo Area Concealed Storage Rigid Cargo Cover Cargo Space Lights WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature Systems Monitor Trip Computer Outside Temp Gauge Analog Display Seats w/Leatherette Back Material Manual Adjustable Front Head Restraints and Manual Adjustable Rear Head Restraints Sliding Front Center Armrest w/Storage

Perimeter Alarm

140 Amp Alternator

Immobilizer III Engine Immobilizer

Towing w/Trailer Sway Control

4 12V DC Power Outlets

1336# Maximum Payload

Air Filtration

Gas-Pressurized Shock Absorbers


Front And Rear Anti-Roll Bars

Engine: 2.0L TSI DOHC Turbocharged 4-Cylinder -inc: 16-Valve, direct injection

Electric Power-Assist Speed-Sensing Steering

Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic w/ Tiptronic -inc: sport mode

16.9 Gal. Fuel Tank

3.45 Axle Ratio

Single Stainless Steel Exhaust w/ Chrome Tailpipe Finisher

GVWR: 4,806 lbs (2,180 kgs)

Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs

Transmission w/Driver Selectable Mode

Multi-Link Rear Suspension w/Coil Springs

Front-Wheel Drive Engine Oil Cooler

4-Wheel Disc Brakes w/4-Wheel ABS, Front Vented Discs, Brake Assist and Electric Parking Brake

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Vastu for basement of the house

Basement is a requirement of every house , but according to Vastu sastra basement should be avoided in the residence, because low room / space or empty space under the house is not considered auspicious by Vastu sastra However, seeing the requirement of people, basement if made in the house should not be used for living or sleeping purpose. This place compliments with basic rules of Vastu which must be followed in order to discard negativity that may arise due to the basement in a house.

Vastu guidance for basement

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Any vacant space beneath the residence is prohibited in Vastu Shastra, yet if this place is constructed in a house it must correspond to Vastu principles. Primarily basement should be built in Northern or eastern direction of house There should be more space in east and north than south or west.

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Place all the junk stuff including heavy equipment in the southern and western direction Make sure that the shape of basement is regular i.e. square or rectangle. An ill shape basement can cause inevitable losses and hinders health of people. About 1/4 of area of basement should be above ground. Proper height of a basement should be atleast 9 feet. Heavy items must not be kept in north or east of the basement. Paint your basement with light and subtle colours and avoid dark tints.

The purpose of basement should be either for storage or other things rather than living or any other recreational purpose. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM


Bhagavad Gita Chapter – 2 Verse – 50

Devotional service rids of both good and bad action Sloka:


buddhi-yukto jahatiha ubhe sukrta-duskrte tasmad yogaya yujyasva yogah karmasu kausalam

Word to word Meaning buddhi-yuktah—one who is engaged in devotional service jahati—can get rid of iha—in this life ubhe—in both sukrta-duskrte—in good and bad results tasmat—therefore yogaya—for the sake of devotional service yujyasva—be so engaged yogah—devotion karmasu—in all activities kausalam—art. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

One who is engaged in actions and performed in spiritual intelligence is superior. Verse meaning A man engaged in devotional service get rids himself of both good and bad actions even in this life. Therefore strive for yoga, O Arjuna, which is the art of all work.

Explanation Since time immemorial each living entity has accumulated the various reactions of his good and bad work, As such, he is continuously ignorant of his real constitutional position. One’s ignorance can be removed by the instruction in the Bhagavad Gita which teaches one to surrender unto the supreme lord in all respects and become liberated from the chained victimization of action and reaction, birth after birth. One who is engaged in actions and performed in spiritual intelligence is superior. By the grace of the Supreme Lord one acting in

this way is relieved of both good actions which leads to heaven and evil actions which lead to hell even in this very life. Therefore verily one should always engage oneself in the sacred science of one’s individual consciousness attaining communion with the Ultimate Consciousness by consecrating in righteousness all activities unto the Supreme Lord. This is known as karma

yoga. Because this sacred science is the actual skill in performing all activities, is the formula for righteous actions which turns even ordinary activities that normally lead to bondage into the means of liberation by offering them in righteousness unto the Supreme Lord.




Indian Super League


Atletico de Kolkata became the champions of ISL 2016 after edging out Kerala Blasters on penalties. Eight teams, 60 matches, more than two months of football has finally came down. Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters have both gone wayward on multiple occassions. They have pushed forward with sheer determination and had the title within touching distance. “It will obviously be a comfortable atmosphere for us because it’s our home crowd but the crowd don’t play. They give us huge support. Whoever wins tomorrow needs to earn the trophy by playing well. I am sure both sides have that intention going into the game. The crowd is nothing more than a great background for us to play against but it won’t give us a

goal-start or stop goals going in,” said Coppell before the match. “I don’t know whether we are the most consistent. It’s true we only lost two matches but I have respect for all teams. Kerala have had a great season but we will try to win. We want the trophy,” Molina too said. Atletico de Kolkata became the 2016 Indian Super League (ISL)champions after beating Kerala Blasters 4-3 on penalties after the match ended 1-1 in extra time. Henrique Sereno scored for the visitors after Mohammad Rafi handed the lead to Kerala Blasters. Atletico de Kolkata came back from the trailing 1-0 in the first half of their Indian Super League (ISL) final and then 2-0 in the penalty

shootout against Kerala Blasters, before pulling through to win 4-3 in the shootout to claim their second ISL title in three years at a jam-packed Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi. Ouzin Ndoye and Cedric Hengbart both missed penalties for Kerala after Antonio German and Kervens Belfort had converted, as ATK held on to win despite Iain Hume missing from the spot while taking the first kick against his old team in the shootout. The winning penalty was converted by Jewel Raja, after Sameehg Doutie, Borja Fernandez and Javi Lara had earlier converted for Kolkata.





India FashionWeek spring/summer


Ileana DCruz made a bold statement at AIFW SS17 in jewellery pieces designed by Abhishek Kankaria and Shrruti Tapuria. While the collection was all about accessories, the actress walked the ramp in a red tube neck gown and zircon studded statement necklace wrapped around her neck like a tie, matching handcuff and earrings. Her hair was kept simple. Sharing her excitement on being associated with the brand, Cruz said: "This is the first time I've worn Whatever accessories. They make a very bold statement and definitely have the potential to elevate any outfit." JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM













aabil is an upcoming 2017 Indian Hindi romantic action thriller film directed by Sanjay Gupta, written by Vijay Kumar Mishra. It features Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam in the lead roles both of whom are blind but somehow manage to fall in love. Music is composed by Rajesh Roshan. Principal photography of the film began on 30 March 2016. Kaabil is scheduled for a worldwide release on 25 January 2017 along with its Telugu dubbed version, Balam.

Director Sanjay Gupta

Cast & Crew Hrithik Roshan Yami Gautam

Music Rajesh Roshan






aees is an upcoming 2017 Indian action thriller film directed by Rahul Dholakia and produced by Gauri Khan, Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under their banners Red Chillies Entertainment and Excel Entertainment. It stars Shah Rukh Khan, Mahira Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.Raees, which is based on the life of criminal Abdul Latif, is scheduled to be released on 26 January 2017.

Director Rahul Dholakia

Music Ram Sampath

Cast & Crew Shah Rukh Khan Mahira Khan Nawazuddin Siddiqui






autamiputra Satakarni is a 2017 Telugu, epic historical action film produced by Saibabu Jagarlamudi & Y. Rajeev Reddy on First Frame Entertainment bannerand written and directed by Krish. Starring Nandamuri Balakrishna in title role, Shriya Saran as the female lead, and music composed by Chirantan Bhatt.The film is based on life history of 2nd century CE, Satavahana ruler Gautamiputra Satakarni. The film is a prestigious project to Nandamuri Balakrishna as his 100th film.

Director Krish

Cast & Crew


Nandamuri Balakrishna Shriya Saran

Chirantan Bhatt JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM





haidi No. 150 is an upcoming Indian Telugu action drama film directed by V. V. Vinayak. It features Chiranjeevi in a dual role, Shriya Saran and Kajal Agarwal in the lead roles and marks as the former's comeback to acting after 10 years. It is a remake of the Tamil film Kaththi (2014). Principal photography of the film commenced in June 2016 in Hyderabad and is scheduled for a worldwide release on 13 January 2017 coinciding Sankranthi festival.

Director V. V. Vinayak

Music Devi Sri Prasad

Cast & Crew Chiranjeevi Kajal Aggarwal Shriya Saran




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Kahaani 2 Kahaani 2 is sure an impressive thriller that has been blended with interesting twirls throughout. Vidya Balan steals the show once again and Kahaani 2 makes an impressive watch. Story : Kahaani 2 is all about Vidya Sinha (Vidya Balan) whose daughter gets kidnapped and before recovering from it, she meets with a massive car accident which pushes her into coma. Inderjeet Singh (Arjun Rampal) will be assigned the responsibility to investigate the case during which he comes to know that Vidya has an other side named Durga Rani Singh. The rest of the investigation reveals about many answers that are unfolded. Watch Kahaani 2 to know about it in a detailed process.

Analysis : Kahaani 2 is nothing less when it is compared to the first instalment. The story has been well blended and the entire first half of the film is a sure shot classic. One cannot predict any episode from the film and the entire first half of Kahaani 2 is completely intriguing. The technical aspects elevate the film well and one will sure get impressed for the content throughout the first half. After an exceptional first half, one expects a gripping and stupendous second half which did not happen. However the film lives up the expectations. Some of the episodes have been loosely adopted and some are left unnatural. The preclimax episodes bring back the needed interest and the climax has been showcased well. On the whole the second half of Kahaani 2 fall short but is sure not a disappointment.

Final Word: Kahaani 2 is sure an impressive thriller that has been blended with interesting twirls throughout. Vidya Balan steals the show once again and Kahaani 2 makes an impressive watch.





Dangal makes a massive impact because of the emotional content and the gripping narration. Aamir Khan as usual excels once again with his power-packed performance throughout. 110

Story : Dangal is the story of Haryana based wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat who is a naturally born wrestler who dreams of making his country proud. However due to financial crisis, he fails to make it big after which he feels that his son will turn an international wrestler. Unfortunately, Mahavir will be blessed with four daughters and one day he witnesses the strength of his two daughters. The rest of Dangal is all about how they made it big in wrestling.

Analysis : Dangal is completely about wrestling and the first half of the film looks entertaining and WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

gripping. Though the pace of the film has been slow, the performances and the powerpacked performances of the lead actors take the film to the next level completely. The first half of Dangal takes over the family emotions and it takes ample time to get you indulged into the film’s plot. The interval episodes make Dangal a masterpiece. A sports biopic will sure be predictable and Dangal is not an exception at all. However the second half is all about the journey of Mahavir’s daughters how they work hard and end up at the International level makes the film. The climax and the emotional content strike a chord completely and are the major highlights of the film. On the whole Dangal is a must watch film because of the gripping narration and the power-packed performances.

Final Word: Dangal makes a massive impact because of the emotional content and the gripping narration. Aamir Khan as usual excels once again with his power-packed performance throughout.





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Dhruva Dhruva is a Perfect movie for Ram Charan Comeback and a Thrill Journey for Charan

Story : Dhruva (Ram Charan) who is an IPS officer with a group of IPS trainees, who all are engaged in a secret night mission to nab all the criminals in Hyderabad. With this, he decides to trace out that one man who is behind all these crimes. Dhruva identifies Siddharth Abhimanyu (Aravind Swami), a scientist, who drives the crime system in the state. The rest of the movie is all about how Dhruva gets succeeded in the mission. Watch Dhruva to know the rest of the story.

Analysis : For all those who have watched Tamil Film 'Thani Oruvan,' they won't find much difference between the Tamil and the Telugu Verison. All they can like is Ram Charan's six pack abs and this performance. For those who didn't watch the Tamil film, they will surely like the movie as it is full of thrill and suspense. there is no romance or masala in this film.

Final Word: Dhruva is a Perfect movie for Ram Charan Comeback and a Thrill Journey for Charan.




Vangaveeti Analysis :


Vangaveeti is one more disappointment from Ram Gopal Varma as the film offers nothing much except a boring known documentary. Story : Vangaveeti is the story of Vijayawada politics that happened during the late 70s and the early 80s. It is the life story of powerful politician Vangaveeti Ranga and his emergence as a mass leader in Vijayawada. Vangaveeti film showcases the murders of many legendary political personalities during this period. Watch the film to know about the know facts that happened in real life.


The first half of Vangaveeti manages to make some impact at times however the entire first half of Vangaveeti is a poor show that lacks an interesting script. The songs throughout the film act as barriers in the film and the climax episodes make the film interesting. On the whole the first half of Vangaveeti fails to make much impact on the audience. The second half of Vangaveeti dips down completely and the entire basic plot has been deviated. Most of the episodes look dragged and the climax of the film has been completely simple. The songs once again are unnecessary and the dubbing has been poor. Varma fails to make any impact with Vangaveeti and the film ends up on a below average note.

Final Word: Vangaveeti is one more disappointment from Ram Gopal Varma as the film offers nothing much except a boring known




TEA NEWS Niall Horan Niall Horan, 23, told the Sunday People at a recent red carpet in Los Angeles. “We would be silly not to… ridiculous.” Uh, we totally agree. But for right now, Niall said the boys are “enjoying” their time off. “At the moment we are all doing our own thing. Harry [Styles] wanted to do his movie and everyone is just chilling.”

Khloe Kardashian Even though the temperature may be dropping you can still totally heat things up with your fierce fall style — just take a note from Khloe Kardashian, who put her curves on display in the stylish silhouette. 116

Bridget Malcolm The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is no joke — it takes months of prep work to look that good in lingerie! Model Bridget Malcolm kept a food, fitness and beauty diary for a week before the show

Mariah Carey Mariah Carey looked better than ever as she posed on the red carpet ahead of the VH1 Divas Holiday: Unsilent Night special. The powerhouse singer sported classic curls and long lashes with a glossy pink lip on the carpet, later changing it up for her performance. Click ahead for the details on her holiday beauty look. WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY 2017

Liam Payne Liam appears to be working out in a home gym, as we can see in the black and white photo. He wears shorts, leggings and Nike sneakers — typical workout garb — but a lack of shirt ensures that his ripped abs and huge arm tattoos are on full display.

Kanye West Beverly Hills Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman M.D. tells exclusively: “I can’t believe they let him out! A patient with the symptoms that Kanye West has been exhibiting would need far more than a week to be stabilized sufficiently to return home.

Meghan Trainor Meghan Trainor will be on hand to announce the nominees for Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Album of the Year on CBS This Morning. She will begin revealing the nominations on CBS This Morning at 8:30 a.m. ET. You can watch Meghan announce nominations on Stream the nominations with your cable, satellite or telco provider.

Klay Thompson The Golden State Warriors dominated the Indiana Pacers in a 142-106 victory on Dec. 5, and it was largely in part to an epic game from Klay Thompson, 26. The Warriors guard didn’t even play in the fourth quarter, but he still managed to put up a whopping 60 points after just 29 minutes on the court! In fact, before he left for the bench with just over a minute left in the third, his team was up 114-79. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM


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Star Gazing ARIES You’re one of the best public relations people around. The year begins with abundant energy supporting your career and public image. Well thought out plans could yield promotions or bonuses. Authority figures are paying close attention. New projects to enhance career or public image are beneficial after the 10th. You’re receiving extra energy to do more creative intellectual work. Share your view of the world. Far away places are calling – will you answer in person or in your mind? After the 19th, dreams and goals in life will need examination – are they on the cutting edge enough for you? Romantic or creative issues could arise the 25th.

TAURUS It’s your time of year to expand your horizons – personally, spiritually and 120 mentally. Long distance travel favored. Don’t go too far too fast. A new course of study or new hobby will stimulate your intellect. Beginning new metaphysical, religious or spiritual endeavors would be beneficial after the 10th. Romance could begin with one from a foreign culture. Personal transformations occur through an intense relationship or personal conflict over values. Keep the ego under control. After the 19th, career,

GEMINI You normally talkative souls are quieter than usual. Universal energy makes you look inward. The desire for passionate encounters and profoundly deep conversations is strong. The 10th would be an ideal time to begin projects to enhance your spiritual awareness. Be careful in partnerships/relationships as issues could heat up and words said might later be regretted.


CANCER Abundant planetary energy demands that you address partnership/ relationship issues. Communications abound. A new love could enter your life. Some of you may take the big step. The 10th and after is an ideal time to journey down the aisle! At work things could be heating up. Disagreements and arguments may arise. Someone may challenge you for no apparent reason. Take that extra energy and begin a new diet or health regimen to make you feel better. Exercise helps relieve the stress and anxiety.

LEO Use your inborn creative talents to devise new methods to improve your health or increase personal productivity at work. There could be plenty of paperwork and communications there. Co-workers are generally pleasant and supportive. Watch the tendency to overindulge in food and drink! The 10th would be a good time to start a new diet or exercise routine. This month you’ll have a burning desire to express to others who you are.

VIRGO Just when everyone else is making New Year’s resolutions and buckling down, you workaholics are ready to play and pursue romance, creativity and pleasure. Your inner child and your inner ‘cruise director’ will NOT be ignored. Creative projects begun after the 10th will help you get in touch with both. Sleeping patterns may be disturbed this month with deep unconscious energies being stirred up. A great month for early spring cleaning, beginning construction on a new home, or renovating your existing one.

LIBRA The Holidays are over but there’s still a lot of activity on the home front. Conversations are plentiful. Some take a nostalgic turn. You may decide to redecorate or enhance the appearance of your home. The digestive system is sensitive – don’t force it into overdrive. Projects begun after the 10th at home or with the family may be fruitful. The pace of your everyday environment begins to pick up. Don’t let your communications become too dictatorial. Romance,

SCORPIO Thought because the Holidays were over the hectic pace of your everyday life would slow down – WRONG!!! Your everyday environment is still activated pushing you forward at a frenzied pace. Communications in different forms are numerous. Your words are mostly kind and thoughtful. Someone may receive a special ‘proposal.’

SAGITTARIUS Look over finances, determine if your earning power is sufficient, and reexamine whether or not your values honestly reflect your inner self. Negotiating and signing financial contracts may occur. Money making ideas may yield positive results. Projects to increase your net worth may begin after the 10th. You’re still energized with an extra boost of get up and go until the second week of February. Use the energy to move yourself forward.

CAPRICORN Happy Birthday to all you responsible, dependable, industrious souls! Your new yearly astrological cycle begins with a lot of planetary movement in Capricorn. The Universal energy puts the spotlight on YOU. Express yourself, share thoughts and ideas. Change or enhance your appearance. Ask for what you want. The 10th would be an ideal time to begin a new project that has your personal stamp on it. Get plenty of exercise to help relieve that hard to identify restlessness.

AQUARIUS Again it’s time to go within. Spend time with nature, reflect, and seek solitude. Listen to the Universal whisper its truths. Charitable work provides a breath of fresh air to your soul. The 10th would be a good time to begin a spiritual/metaphysical discipline that would help you get in touch with your emotions. Take a leading role in some group or organization.

PISCES If you’re not associated with some group, now is the time to find one whose cause you support. Friends play an important role for you. Goals and dreams will be addressed and possibly changed or amended. The career front gets an extra surge of energy. Be careful not to ‘burn’ others with those fiery ideas. Public image gets a boost. Finding new goals or beginning new friendships are favored after the 10th. After the 19th, meditation would assist you in connecting with your higher self. JANUARY 2017 | WWW.WISHESH.COM

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Wishesh Magazine January 2017  

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