Talking of YouTube, these names can;t be ignored, Technical Guruji, the gadget master; Beer Biceps the fitness guru and Be Younick, the king of comedy skits.Technical Guruji. Based out of Dubai focuses on gadget reviews, technology, tips and instructional videos about gadgets and talks about a wide range of gadgets beginning from cell phones, to smartwatches, to TVs, ISPs and even cryptocurrencies. The Technical Guruji channel has obtained practically over 15M subscribers on the platform. He started his Technical Guruji channel in October 2015, at first, he used to post about products and give advice to his viewers, how to use it. The channel developed rapidly, and in 2017 Chaudhary made a subsequent channel devoted to delivering content about his own life.
Former President Pranab Mukherjee, following in the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Patel and Jayaprakash Narayan mdash; to name just a few stalwarts of modern India including those from the Congress Party mdash; did well to accept the invitation of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat to deliver the closing address of the Tritiya Varsha Sangh Shiksha Varg at the organisation #39;s headquarters in Nagpur. What he said in his address has been widely reported and needs no repetition. Suffice it to say that while both Mukherjee and Bhagwat, who spoke before him, stuck to the themes which they believe needed iteration for the preservation of an ancient culture and building a modern, inclusive, democratic state, the unstated synergy between their different worldviews, as it were, was the implicit acceptance of the notion of an Indian Indic Hindu (take your pick) exceptionalism. That #39;s a start, because it is an exceptionalism that is premised on moderation, accepts that patriotism and nationalism can be co terminus and is unapologetic about its unique civilisational heritage while not being triumphalist about it. Mukherjee, as a lifelong student of Indian politics and the various ideological streams that have contributed to how we view the construct of our nation, knows that unlike the current day avatar of the Congress, when it was at its zenith the party reached out to all strands of thought. Nehru famously invited the RSS to send a contingent to the Republic Day parade in 1963 and had interactions with MS lsquo;Guruji #39; Golwalkar in the 1950s. Sardar Patel, even when he argued and disagreed with the Sangh on many of its positions on the issues of the day, never stopped interacting with leaders of what he considered a patriotic organization working for society though it did not stop him, as Independent India #39;s first Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the Home Ministry, from either proscribing the RSS in the aftermath of the Mahatma #39;s assassination or, indeed, lifting the ban when he was satisfied it was unfair. JP, of course, despite his well known hesitation in working with the Sangh earlier, became one of its most rational critics turned friends when he worked closely with the RSS #39; political cadre in the Total Revolution and subsequent anti Emergency movements. But perhaps the example Mukherjee looked to first in deciding to accept the Sarsanghachalak #39;s invite was that of the original champion of demolishing untouchability in all its forms, the Mahatma.
Bhilare, born on November 28, 1919, is survived by three sons. While there is no documented history about Bhilare having foiled Godse;s earlier attack, the great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Tushar Gandhi, in his new book has dwelt on how fundamentalists had planned and made many attempts on the life of the Father of the Nation before he was finally killed.According to him, there were four attempts on the Mahatma 's life, before Godse killed him in 1948. The attack at Panchgani in 1944, where Bhilare Guruji overpowered Nathuram, was the second of these attempts, he has claimed in the book.
The BAPS announced the demise of Pramukh Swami Maharaj in a message that reads: "His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj, spiritual head and president of the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, inspirer of countless and a great servant of society, passed away today, 13 Aug 2016, at 6 pm in Sarangpur. We deeply mourn the departure of our revered guruji.