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Gurupurnima celebrations taking place today and tomorrow in Gujarat this year

July 23, 2021
Gurupurnima celebrations taking place today and tomorrow in Gujarat this year

Gandhinagar: Guru Purnima is being celebrated today this year. It will continue to be celebrated even tomorrow as the muhurat this day is divided across two dates. The muhurat for Guru Pujan is in effect today from 10.45 AM and it will continue till tomorrow morning at 8.05 AM. The Guru Purnima is being celebrated online and offline both modes considering the Covid-19 regulations. The Chaturmas for Jains also begins today on 23rd July. Guru Purnima is observed on the full moon day of Asadha ...Read More

Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza conferred with honorary D.Litt.

July 21, 2021

Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza conferred with honorary D.Litt. https://t.co/00FgToCctO pic.twitter.com/o0iCuELvh1— DeshGujarat (@DeshGujarat) July 21, 2021 Junagadh: Spiritual leader and Bhagwat Kathakar Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza was conferred with honorary Doctorate in the convocation ceremony of Bhakta Kavi Narsinh Mehta University today in the presence of Gujarat Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani. Rameshbhai Oza is pioneer of Sandipani Gurukul in Porbandar and a renowned Bhagwat kathakar....Read More

Chaturmas 2021 begins in Gujarat on July 20, will continue till November 14

July 19, 2021
Chaturmas 2021 begins in Gujarat on July 20, will continue till November 14

Gandhinagar: The ‘Chaturmas’ for year 2021 in Gujarat will begin from July 20 and conclude on November 14. It will start with the day of Dev-shayani Ekadashi as per Vikram Samvat Gujarati Hindu calendar on 20th July and continue till Dev-uthani Ekadashi which falls on 14th November this year as per the Christian calendar. Chaturmas will consist of a period of 3 months and 26 days this year. The weddings and other auspicious occasions like Griha-Pravesh would not be scheduled du...Read More

Holding umbrella by self, PM Modi addresses media in rain ahead of monsoon session of parliament

July 19, 2021
Holding umbrella by self, PM Modi addresses media in rain ahead of monsoon session of parliament

New Delhi: With an umbrella in his hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid rain today morning addressed the media to give his remark ahead of the start of the monsoon session of parliament today: Welcome friends and I hope all of you have been vaccinated at least once. But even then, I pray to all of you and my colleagues in the House to cooperate in following the Corona protocols. Vaccine is given in ‘baahu’ (arms), and those who take it become ‘Baahubali’. The only way to becom...Read More

Saffron flag re-hoisted atop Dwarkadhish temple after lightening incident

July 19, 2021
Saffron flag re-hoisted atop Dwarkadhish temple after lightening incident

Dwarka: A saffron Flag was hoisted again on the peak of Dwarkadhish Temple in its regular position on Sunday-18th July after repairing work was carried out for some damage to the flag pole due to the fall of lightning on Tuesday – 13th July. On Tuesday, lightning strike had caused some damage to the saffron flag and the base of its pole. After this incident, the flag hoisting was done at half-mast on the temple. The repairing work was done by 15 workers on Saturday following a survey done ...Read More

Many Congress leaders in Gujarat in collusion with RSS and BJP, says party leader in video posts

July 18, 2021

Ganhinagar: Many Congress leaders in Gujarat are in collusion with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), said Congress leader Shahnawaz Shaikh in a video posted on Facebook. He said party MLAs and leaders are for sell when there are elections. Shahnawaz in his three videos posted in last two days said there are many Congress leaders who are builders, who are in varieties of businesses and are in collusion with RSS and BJP. Shahnawaz said he supports ...Read More

Dr. Ashok Patel (30) becomes the younger Vice Chancellor of Indian origin abroad

July 18, 2021
Dr. Ashok Patel (30) becomes the younger Vice Chancellor of Indian origin abroad

Gandhinagar: 30-year old Dr. Ashok Patel from Mehsana in North Gujarat has set a record for being the youngest Vice Chancellor of Indian origin, as certified by India Book of Records. Dr. Ashok Patel was appointed as the Vice Chancellor of the Armenian-Russian International University ‘Mkhitar Gosh’ in Armenia on January 21st this year. Dr. Patel has completed his MBBS from Tver State Medical University, Russia and his post-graduation from Orenburg State Medical University, Russia. In...Read More

Keen to start live proceedings of some courts in the Supreme Court: CJI

July 17, 2021
Keen to start live proceedings of some courts in the Supreme Court: CJI

New Delhi/Ahmedabad: We are keen to start live proceedings at least for some of the courts in the supreme court, said Chief Justice of India (CJI) Justice N V Ramana at the launch of live-streaming of the proceedings of High Court of Gujarat today. He added, "We are working out the logistics and working on consensus of the full court. With the aid of modern technologies, I am given to understand that we can introduce this live streaming feature in a cost effective manner without imposing mu...Read More

PM inaugurates and dedicates to the nation multiple projects in Gujarat

July 16, 2021

New Delhi: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated and dedicated to the nation several key projects of the Railways in Gujarat through video conference. He also inaugurated the Aquatics and Robotics Gallery, and Nature Park in Gujarat Science City during the event. He also flagged off two new trains i.e Gandhinagar Capital – Varanasi Superfast Express and MEMU service trains between Gandhinagar Capital and Varetha. Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister said the goal of th...Read More

Somnath Mandir to reopen for full hours for devotees

July 16, 2021
Somnath Mandir to reopen for full hours for devotees

Prabhas Patan: Somnath Temple will re-open for the devotees from 17th July onwards for full period of 6 AM to 10 PM with adherence to Covid-19 guidelines in place. Shri Somnath Trust today announced that it has decided to allow entry for darshan and aarti both to the devotees from 17th July onwards along with strictly following Covid-19 guidelines. In addition to Somnath temple, entry will also be allowed in Shri Somnath Trust managed other temples like Ahilyabai Temple, Bhalka Temple, Shri ...Read More

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