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"Mentility .... I don't know but it's true.. Medicine ko openly sale kiya jata hai it's good Same alcohol ko bhi openly sale liya jata it's harmful .. Then why Sanitary pads, condom etc ... ko openly sale a nahi karte ... ye bhi medicine ke tarha work karti hai ... ye bhi harmful nahi hai ..... Jb hum harmful chizo ko openly sale kar sakte hai then why we can't openly sale a safety products.."

Mentility ....


I don't know but it's true..
Medicine  ko openly sale  kiya jata hai  it's good 

Same  alcohol  ko bhi openly sale liya jata  it's harmful ..


Then why 
Sanitary pads, condom etc ... ko openly sale a nahi karte ... ye bhi  medicine  ke tarha work karti hai ... ye bhi   harmful nahi hai .....


Jb hum  harmful  chizo ko openly sale kar sakte hai then why we can't openly sale a  safety products..

#mantiliy #changeinyou
#change🙏💔

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"AFghaN Ym AFghaN ba Osam Ka Tol Jhan KafirKafir shi Muslim ba Osam"

AFghaN Ym
AFghaN ba Osam
Ka Tol Jhan KafirKafir shi
Muslim ba Osam

 

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#Fear #Death #landai #landay
#nojoto #nojotoenglish

The #landay is a traditional Afghan poetic form consisting of a single #couplet.
There are nine syllables in the first line,
and thirteen syllables in the second.

These short poems typically address themes of love, grief, homeland, war, and separation. The poetic form, traditionally sung aloud, was likely brought into Afghanistan by Aryan nomads thousands of years ago.

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"Lord William Bentinck (1828-1835) Abolition of Sati System (1829) Charter Act of 1833 Lord Auckland (1836-1842) First Afghan War (1838-42) Lord Hardinge I (1844-1848) First Anglo-Sikh War (1845-46) and the Treaty of Lahore (1846). Social reforms like the abolition of female infanticide Lord Dalhousie (1848-1856) Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49) The annexation of Lower Burma (1852) Introduction of the Doctrine of Lapse Wood’s Despatch 1854 Laying down of first railway line connecting Bombay and Thane in 1853 Laying down of first railway line connecting Bombay and Thane in 1853 Establishment of PWD Lord Canning (1856-1862) Revolt of 1857 Establishment of three universities at Calcutta, Madras and Bombay in 1857 Abolition of East India Company and transfer of control to the Crown by the Government of India Act, 1858 Indian Councils Act of 1861 Lord John Lawrence (1864-1869) Bhutan War (1865) Establishment of the High Courts at Calcutta, Bombay and Madras (1865) Lord Lytton (1876-1880) The Vernacular Press Act (1878) The Arms Act (1878) The Second Afghan War (1878-80) Queen Victoria assumed the title of ‘Kaiser-i-Hind’ or Queen Empress of India Lord Ripon (1880-1884) Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act (1882) The first Factory Act (1881) Government resolution on local self- government (1882) The Ilbert Bill controversy (1883-84) Hunter Commission on education (1882) #shital classes"

Lord William Bentinck (1828-1835) Abolition of Sati System (1829)
Charter Act of 1833
Lord Auckland (1836-1842) First Afghan War (1838-42)
Lord Hardinge I (1844-1848) First Anglo-Sikh War (1845-46) and the
Treaty of Lahore (1846).
Social reforms like the abolition of female
infanticide
Lord Dalhousie (1848-1856) Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49)
The annexation of Lower Burma (1852)
Introduction of the Doctrine of Lapse
Wood’s Despatch 1854
Laying down of first railway line connecting
Bombay and Thane in 1853
Laying down of first railway line connecting
Bombay and Thane in 1853
Establishment of PWD
Lord Canning (1856-1862) Revolt of 1857
Establishment of three universities at
Calcutta, Madras and Bombay in 1857
Abolition of East India Company and
transfer of control to the Crown by the
Government of India Act, 1858
Indian Councils Act of 1861
Lord John Lawrence (1864-1869) Bhutan War (1865)
Establishment of the High Courts at
Calcutta, Bombay and Madras (1865)
Lord Lytton (1876-1880) The Vernacular Press Act (1878)
The Arms Act (1878)
The Second Afghan War (1878-80)
Queen Victoria assumed the title of
‘Kaiser-i-Hind’ or Queen Empress of India
Lord Ripon (1880-1884) Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act (1882)
The first Factory Act (1881)
Government resolution on local self-
government (1882)
The Ilbert Bill controversy (1883-84)
Hunter Commission on education (1882)
#shital classes

#modernhistory
#shitalwaghmare
#shitalclasses

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When Hemendranath Mazumdar's 1974 painting fetched Rs 15.63 crore at an auction
A work by the artist. (Representative Image)(Image:
http://www.christies.com)
It is considered Mumbai's art event of the year. But the fourth edition of Christie's annual art auctions in the city last month yielded lacklustre sales.The auction house's sale of classical Indian art in India saw only 34 of the 71 lots finding buyers by the end of the evening, fetching Rs 4,12,50,000.
It wasn't surprising that Hemendranath

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"Mentility .... I don't know but it's true.. Medicine ko openly sale kiya jata hai it's good Same alcohol ko bhi openly sale liya jata it's harmful .. Then why Sanitary pads, condom etc ... ko openly sale a nahi karte ... ye bhi medicine ke tarha work karti hai ... ye bhi harmful nahi hai ..... Jb hum harmful chizo ko openly sale kar sakte hai then why we can't openly sale a safety products.."

Mentility ....


I don't know but it's true..
Medicine  ko openly sale  kiya jata hai  it's good 

Same  alcohol  ko bhi openly sale liya jata  it's harmful ..


Then why 
Sanitary pads, condom etc ... ko openly sale a nahi karte ... ye bhi  medicine  ke tarha work karti hai ... ye bhi   harmful nahi hai .....


Jb hum  harmful  chizo ko openly sale kar sakte hai then why we can't openly sale a  safety products..

#mantiliy #changeinyou
#change🙏💔

9 Love

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"AFghaN Ym AFghaN ba Osam Ka Tol Jhan KafirKafir shi Muslim ba Osam"

AFghaN Ym
AFghaN ba Osam
Ka Tol Jhan KafirKafir shi
Muslim ba Osam

 

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#Fear #Death #landai #landay
#nojoto #nojotoenglish

The #landay is a traditional Afghan poetic form consisting of a single #couplet.
There are nine syllables in the first line,
and thirteen syllables in the second.

These short poems typically address themes of love, grief, homeland, war, and separation. The poetic form, traditionally sung aloud, was likely brought into Afghanistan by Aryan nomads thousands of years ago.

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"Lord William Bentinck (1828-1835) Abolition of Sati System (1829) Charter Act of 1833 Lord Auckland (1836-1842) First Afghan War (1838-42) Lord Hardinge I (1844-1848) First Anglo-Sikh War (1845-46) and the Treaty of Lahore (1846). Social reforms like the abolition of female infanticide Lord Dalhousie (1848-1856) Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49) The annexation of Lower Burma (1852) Introduction of the Doctrine of Lapse Wood’s Despatch 1854 Laying down of first railway line connecting Bombay and Thane in 1853 Laying down of first railway line connecting Bombay and Thane in 1853 Establishment of PWD Lord Canning (1856-1862) Revolt of 1857 Establishment of three universities at Calcutta, Madras and Bombay in 1857 Abolition of East India Company and transfer of control to the Crown by the Government of India Act, 1858 Indian Councils Act of 1861 Lord John Lawrence (1864-1869) Bhutan War (1865) Establishment of the High Courts at Calcutta, Bombay and Madras (1865) Lord Lytton (1876-1880) The Vernacular Press Act (1878) The Arms Act (1878) The Second Afghan War (1878-80) Queen Victoria assumed the title of ‘Kaiser-i-Hind’ or Queen Empress of India Lord Ripon (1880-1884) Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act (1882) The first Factory Act (1881) Government resolution on local self- government (1882) The Ilbert Bill controversy (1883-84) Hunter Commission on education (1882) #shital classes"

Lord William Bentinck (1828-1835) Abolition of Sati System (1829)
Charter Act of 1833
Lord Auckland (1836-1842) First Afghan War (1838-42)
Lord Hardinge I (1844-1848) First Anglo-Sikh War (1845-46) and the
Treaty of Lahore (1846).
Social reforms like the abolition of female
infanticide
Lord Dalhousie (1848-1856) Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49)
The annexation of Lower Burma (1852)
Introduction of the Doctrine of Lapse
Wood’s Despatch 1854
Laying down of first railway line connecting
Bombay and Thane in 1853
Laying down of first railway line connecting
Bombay and Thane in 1853
Establishment of PWD
Lord Canning (1856-1862) Revolt of 1857
Establishment of three universities at
Calcutta, Madras and Bombay in 1857
Abolition of East India Company and
transfer of control to the Crown by the
Government of India Act, 1858
Indian Councils Act of 1861
Lord John Lawrence (1864-1869) Bhutan War (1865)
Establishment of the High Courts at
Calcutta, Bombay and Madras (1865)
Lord Lytton (1876-1880) The Vernacular Press Act (1878)
The Arms Act (1878)
The Second Afghan War (1878-80)
Queen Victoria assumed the title of
‘Kaiser-i-Hind’ or Queen Empress of India
Lord Ripon (1880-1884) Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act (1882)
The first Factory Act (1881)
Government resolution on local self-
government (1882)
The Ilbert Bill controversy (1883-84)
Hunter Commission on education (1882)
#shital classes

#modernhistory
#shitalwaghmare
#shitalclasses

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When Hemendranath Mazumdar's 1974 painting fetched Rs 15.63 crore at an auction
A work by the artist. (Representative Image)(Image:
http://www.christies.com)
It is considered Mumbai's art event of the year. But the fourth edition of Christie's annual art auctions in the city last month yielded lacklustre sales.The auction house's sale of classical Indian art in India saw only 34 of the 71 lots finding buyers by the end of the evening, fetching Rs 4,12,50,000.
It wasn't surprising that Hemendranath

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