Bigg Boss 11: Salman Khan hosted show to have spying neighbours? That’s what its new promo hints at

Salman Khan is sleeping lately. He walks and talks late at night on his terrace. How do we know all this? Well, every home has someone who is following closely what is happening inside, like a spy, and called the neighbors. To erase the suspense, let’s say it does not happen in real life with Salman in his famous reality show Bigg Boss, which is ready for the new season.

Boss Bigg 11 will have a new twist and creators have suggested the same thing in a new promotional video that was released today. The makers of Bgg Boss seem to be all adapted to the new season. To make sure it is better, they have proposed a ‘naya chakkar’. BiggBoss @ ke ghar verme? You kya hai Naya Chakkar? # BB11 Soon @BeingSalmanKhan @iamappyfizz @oppomobileindia ”

We see the picturesque host Salman blue jeans, white T-shirt, combines with a military green coat and his French beard, also, not to be missed. The actor, who has been talking to some neighbors, made an announcement about the new twist that last season Bigg Boss bring. We know that, like the previous, although this season will see the executioners and the celebrities who oppose each other. Now we are very happy to see who will be the “neighbors Bigg Boss”.

Each season of the Bigg Boss is fairly new and picks up the PRT for all the controversy it brings. Boss Bigg 11 tentatively tries to air on October 1, and is assumed to have many famous names that have been addressed by him. Some on the list are Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Nia Sharma Jhanvi Kapoor appeared in 2007 stating that actor Abhishek Bachchan had married his Niti Taylor, Cezanne Khan, Anuj Saxena, Pooja Dhinchak YouTube sensation and a few others. Everything that eventually gets into the house will remain a suspense until Bigg Boss 11 opens. Until then, stay tuned for updates to your favorite show.

Visarjan: 40,000 cops, drones, cameras to keep an eye on city

Comme la ville adieu à Ganpati Bappa mardi, 53 routes to traves Mumbai will be complétement fermées pour les véhicules, 54 seront d’une maniere et aura 99 parkings. In order to maintain the trafic, il and aura, 3 600 persons are required to pay 500 Gardes. Nous demandons aux persons who surrendered from the sites of plongée of the times and the trucks of plaintiff to the conductors of rester dans le véhicule lorsqu’ils recherchent de l’immersion. If you are willing to do so, please do not hesitate to request trial in case of prosecution, “said DCP Rashmi Karandikar, a police officer from Mumbai.

In addition to 40 000 police officers, they are also required to assure the immersion of the south of Anur Chaturdashi. The police will be assisted by paramilitary forces and a réseau of 5,000 beds. The drones will be useful for the immersion itinéraires. Karandikar, to declare: “The presence of 40 000 police officers will be present in the town of Mardi, and the police officers ont été annulés mardi”.

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(In English). Within the framework of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Earrings ce temps, les principaux mandats visent à commencer the procession avant 8 heures après avoir offert des prières à la divinité. “Mandal to tendance to suivre to the moment necessary to the process of immersion dans la ville, more nous finissons tous in même temps et nous nous nous shades rencontrés sur les principal routes de Lalbaug et Dadar”. Dit Pranil Panchal from Chintamani Ganapati.

“I will tell you the Lalbaug Swapnil Parab of Mumbaicha Raja Ganapati.” In the event of an accident in which there has been an accident in which there has been an accident at work of the city of Buenos Aires, of the city of Buenos Aires, of the city of Buenos Aires.

The common transport services will be assurance for the navetteurs et les dévots. The chefs of central fer a décite de faire huit trains spiceux entre mardi soir et mercredi matin pour aider les dévots avec l’immersion de Ganpati. “Compte tenu of the strong precipitation of the station Charni Road south le chemin de fer (WR) in raison de l’immersion de Ganpati mardi, il a été décidé that trains quittant leurs stations d’origine between 5:30 am and 8: 30 pm Churchgate s’arrêteront a toutes les stations between Central Mumbai and Churchgate.

In the center of Mumbai Central and Churchgate, I will declare the person in charge of the WR. Le bus utilitaire Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) will be moins bus après 14h30 mardi. raison d’un jour férié, seuls 1 687 autobus sont sur a total of 3 407 buses.

How the cult of Ganesha is celebrated outside India

The Reverend Ganesha season was there again and many parts of India celebrated the arrival of the God of Elephants in their booming homes. The worship of Ganesha is one of the most popular among Hindus, and many mythologists believe that, unlike many other gods of the Hindu pantheon, Ganesha’s singularity lies in the fact that his veneration extends over all castes. An interesting aspect of Ganpati’s popularity is that he is one of the few Hindu gods whose strong presence can be felt outside India, especially in neighboring India such as Tibet, China, Japan and many others in Southeast Asia.

The worship of Ganesha is frequently associated with entrepreneurship and its popularity spread outside India is attributed to commercial contact between the country and its neighbors which led to the spread of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism in other Asian cultures. Professor of art from India and Southeast Asia, Robert L. Brown, in his work on Ganesha, said the first inscriptions and images of Ganesha in Southeast Asia dating from the 5th and 6th centuries. In Cambodia, in fact, Ganesha had temples to himself and was worshiped as a primary god of the 7th century, even before worship gained popularity in India.

In addition, we also see that if the worship of Ganesha spread across borders, it also took its own forms in several ways. For example, in Cambodia, Ganesha is unusual in form with a human head. In China, on the other hand, Ganesha is considered a negative force, often represented as an obstacle. In Japan, a popular form of Ganesha is that of two Ganeshas who embrace. This form of Ganesha was apparently introduced to Japan from China in the eighth century.
We live in the Lord’s blessing of success, Ganesh Chaturthi, here is a look at how Ganapati is worshiped in all cultures outside of India.

In Japan, Ganapati is called Kangiten and is associated with Japanese Buddhism. Although there are several representations of Kangiten, the most popular is the Kangiten double body or what is often called “Kiss Kangiten”. It is depicted as a man and a head of a female elephant that squeezes into each other in sexual union. There are other forms in which the Japanese Ganesha is represented, as well as the four-armed man holding a radish and a sweet.

The first appearance of Kangiten in Japan can be dated to 8-9 centuries. It is believed that the Hindu form of Ganesha traveled to China and was incorporated into Buddhism. From there he went to Japan. Considered to have a lot of power, Kangiten is generally worshiped by traders, players, actors and geishas.

The worship of Ganesha in Tibetan Buddhism was introduced by Buddhist Indian religious leaders Atisa Dipankara Srijna and Gayadhara in the 11th century AD. Atisa, who is considered the founder of the Ganapati cult in Tibet, has translated several Indian texts in Ganesha written by the Tantric masters in India. Gayadhara, another part, was originally from Kashmir and popularized the cult of Ganesha in Tibet by translating various Indian texts into it and composing works detailing the worship of Ganesha and the sacrifice meant for him.

Tibetans have further strengthened the mythology and worship of Ganesha. A seventeenth-century myth associated with Ganesha gives a variant of his theory of birth. According to this theory, Shiva has two wives, Uma and Ganga. The newborn of Ganga loses his head for a curse given by Uma. Later, it is recommended to use the head of a corpse to replace the decapitated head of his son and thus was born the Ganesha with an elephant’s head.

There is another legend in Tibetan mythology that attributes to Ganesha a role in establishing an institution of Lamaism. According to the scholar of Buddhism, Y. Krishan, Ganesha and Lamaism theory is in the eleventh or twelfth century Ganapati took the brother of Sakya Pandita in his trunk and put him on the top of the mountain Meru prophesied that one day all provinces of Tibet will be governed by their descendants.