Monthly Archives: August 2012
Eid-ul-Fitr often abbreviated to Eid means “festivity”, while Fitr means “over the come”, Eid is a muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramzan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Fasting is beneficial to health; it is regarded principally as a method of spiritual self purification. These festivals were initiated in Madinah after the flight of Muhammad from Mecca. By cutting oneself from worldly comforts, a fasting person gains greater sympathy with those who go hungry, thereby it teaches to become more kindhearted and munificent person. This is the reason fasting is practiced in these days. A word ‘Ramzan’ which starts from ‘Ram’ indicates that there is no religion, we are one. Fasting in Ramazan is one of the five pillars of Islam, The five pillars are: Faith, Prayer, Zakat (Charity), Fasting and Haji. It would be incorrect to say that this festival is only confined to Muslims however in India- Hindus and Muslims both celebrates this festival in a very prosperous way. Hindus wish Eid to their Muslim friends and also enjoys the delight which is cooked on this prosperous festival that is sewaiyan. sewaiyan is a sweet dish which have various ingredients such as milk, dry fruits, sugar and vermicelli. This also symbolizes the unity of India and also creates a strong bond within the community and also with the other communities. So, practice being a good human, being kindhearted and learn the art of giving. Make this Eid little different and enjoy with everyone. Saviour Builder’s team wishes you all the best this Eid. May God accept all of your fasts, prayers, and good deeds.
The Independence Day was the day when India emerged as a sovereign nation. A day of pride, happiness & rejoice 15th August is celebrated every year with the feeling of being independent.The day when our freedom fighters peacefully relaxed after a long struggle and the day when every Indian swears to cross any extent for their mother country. Kite flying is the most representing way to celebrate this remarkable day. The colorful kites flying freely in the sky resemble each one of us in an integral way. We may be different from each other by the name of color, cast and religion but we all are living with integrity and freedom in the ‘nation of Vedas’. The Britishers had initially come for trade but gradually took over the total administration of the country. At the stroke of midnight of the August 15, 1947, India shook off the shackles of British Rule and became free. It was a night of celebration all over the country. This fight for freedom actually soaked blood and life of many iconic freedom fighters such as shaheed Bhagat Singh, Mahatma Gandhi, lala Lajpat Rai and many others. So, let’s rejoice and stand together till infinity and leave a perfect example of unity, corporation and sacrifice. Let’s celebrate the sprite of joy happiness and experience the feeling of Independence Day. Let’s take a pledge to stand out independent from the league and build our mother India a proud and diversified country.