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Two days teaching program of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Sankisa, Farrukhabad, U.P.
YBS India has announced that His Holiness the Dalai Lama is coming to Sankissa,
Uttar Pradesh to give two days teachings on request of YBS India, from 1-2
February 2015. There is a good population of Shakya community around Sankissa
and they wishe to listen Dharma by His Holiness. His Holiness accept the request
of YBS India and will give teachings on Dhammapada on 1 and 2 February 2015, so
people are very happy.
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Shri Upendra Kushwaha got new charge as Minister of State in Human Resource Development ministry.
Earlier, he was the Minister of State for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Drinking Water and Sanitation.
Kushwaha, born 1960, won the Lok Sabha election from Karakat seat in Bihar. He is the founder of the Rashtriya Lok Samta Party, an ally of the BJP
A former associate of former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, he elevated to the post of Leader of Opposition in Bihar Assembly in 2004 in his very
first outing as MLA from Jandaha in Vaishali district by Mr Kumar. The 54-year-old Mr Kushwaha later fell out with the Janata Dal (United) leader.
After unsuccessfully experimenting with NCP as its state chief, Mr Kushwaha later mended ways with Mr Kumar who sent him to Rajya Sabha in 2010.
CBSE is organising 3rd JEE main for the admission to Undergraduate Engineering Programs at NITs, IIITs,
other centrally funded Technical Institutions. Last date for application is 18th Dec, 2014. More....
All India PMT-2015 conducted by the CBSE, Delhi for admission to MBBS and BDS cources. Last date 31/12/2015. More....
Who are Shakya ?
Shakya (Sanskrit:Śākya, Devanagari: शाक्य and Pāli:Sākiya) was an ancient janapada (kingdom) of Iron Age India. The name is derived from the Sanskrit word śakya which means capable, able. In Buddhist texts, the Śākyas are mentioned as a Kshatriya clan. The Śākyas formed an independent kingdom at the foothills of the Himālayas.The Śākya capital was Kapilavastu (Pāli: Kapilavatthu). The most famous Śākya was Shakyamuni Buddha (Gautama Buddha), a member of the ruling Gautama (Pāli: Gotama) clan of Lumbini, who is also known as Śākyamuni. More..
Who are Maurya ?
Maurya caste is a kshatriya clan and "caste title" for Hindu caste. Kashshi belongs to Mourya caste. "Mourya" or "Kashshi" traditionally involve in occupation related to agricultural activities. They reside mostly in U.P., Bihar and North India. The Maurya history goes way back to 322 BC.At that time the Mourya Empire (322–185 BC), ruled by the Mouryan dynasty, was the largest and the most powerful political and military empire of ancient India.While Chandragupta mourya was first king, Ashok Mourya, Dashratha and Samprati Maurya were other great kings. More..
Who are Kushwaha ?
The Kuchwaha (also spelled as Kachavaha, Kachawaha, Kacchavahas, Kachhawa, Kuchhwaha, Kachhawaha, Keshwala including Kacchapghata, Kakutstha, and Kurma) are a Suryavanshi Kshatriya clan who ruled a number of kingdoms and princely states in India such as Alwar, Maihar, Talcher, while the largest kingdom was Jaipur (Jainagara) which was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727. The Maharaja of Jaipur is regarded as the head of the extended Kachwaha clan. More..
Who are Saini ?
SAINI'S are a kshatriya clan belonging to the CHANDRAVANSHI KSHATRIYA's, a branch of the warrior class. In a high court judgement in punjab the court ruled that this is a KSHATRIYA community and should be known as saini kshatriya's. Sainis claim descent from Sura & his grand father Rajan Saini. Sura was the grand father of Lord Krishna. Saini (Rajan Saini) was the grand father of Satyaki of Mahabharat. Sura & Saini were cousins (as recorded in the Mahabharat). More..