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27 July 2015

Missile Man you are alive in our heart



This is very socking news for the world that missile man is no more. Death is the universal truth and every one dies.

But death of Ex President of India is very big loss for our country. Lets pray God rest his soul. 

Missile Man you are alive in our hearts !!!! 

08 July 2015

Ibadaat of Laylat al-Qadr or Shab-e-Qadr


Shab-e-Qadr



We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power: And what will explain to you what the night of power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. Therein come down the angels and the Spirit by Allah's permission, on every errand: Peace!...This until the rise of morn! (97:1-5)

Laylut Al Qadr, or the Night of Power falls on the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan. We strive arduously throughout the last ten days hoping that one of the nights will coincide with the Night of Power.

Laylut Al Qadr, is embraced not only for its mathematical power but also for its divine revelation. It commemorates the night during which Allah, subhana wa talla, revealed a full surah, Soorat Al- Qadr [97:1-5] and the 3 rd to the 6 th verses of Soorat Al-Dukhan, salla Allahu Alahi wa sallam.

The soorah, Soorat Al- Qadr, was revealed in Mecca and its central theme is honoring the revelation of the Holy Qur'an. The night is so full of holiness that even the angels in the heavens see it as worthy of witnessing.

It is reported by Abi Hatim, Al Wahidi, and Mujahid, that the Messenger, salla Allahu alahi wa sallam, spoke of a man amongst the Israelites who devoted a thousand years of his life to the worship of Allah.

The Companions were amazed yet saddened because they knew that they could not attain such a level of devotion. So Allah, subhana wa talla, through His mercy, informed them of the Night of Power which is equivalent to a thousand months. 



The word power, Al-Qadr , has several implications and meanings, which help deliver a better understanding of the word, hence the night. Qadr means having power over something just as the Creator has power over his creation.

It also means excellence and high esteem because this Night is highly esteemed. Qadr also means to maintain, appoint, assign, or decree an order. On this night, Allah, subhana wa talla informs the angels of His commands and orders for the universe.

The concept of Al Qada Wa Qadar, the fifth article of faith, relates to this topic and means that Allah has decreed or preordained all that a human being will do with his free will.

Qadr also implies measurement in that, all the events in the world will coincide with what Allah has decreed in exact measurement. Allah, subhana wa talla, says in his Holy Book: "Verily, all things have We created in proportion and measure." (Al-Qur`an, 54:49)

This is also the night of honor and prestige which a faithful servant is rewarded with. All his or her good deeds will be multiplied through the mercy of Allah.

Yet the night remains concealed from us, in good wisdom, for the following reasons: Allah conceals many things not just Laylut Al Qadr. He conceals his pleasure from us when we perform good deeds so that we continue to strive in the way of Allah. He conceals His wrath from us when we commit sins so that we may try to abstain from them. He conceals the time of His acceptance of our supplication so that we strive in all our supplications and the time of death is also hidden so that we become more conscious of him and double our efforts all the time.

Allah, subhana wa tallah, has concealed the date of the Night of Power so that believers continue to strive relentlessly throughout the month, seeking the pleasure of thier Lord.

Although we can’t determine the exact date, there is evidence that the nigh falls on the last ten days of Ramadan, specifically on the odd numbered nights. As reported by Bukhari, the Messenger of Allah, sala Allahu alahi wa sallam said: "Seek it on the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan."

In yet another hadith by Ibn Umar, radiua Allahu anhu, some of the companions saw the night in a dream occurring in the last seven nights. Responding to this, the Messenger of Allah, sala Allahu alahi wa sallam, told them, "I see your dreams coincide on the last seven, whoever wants to seek it should do so in the last seven." (Agreed upon)

In Muslim's report, the Prophet, sala Allahu alahi wa sallam, said, "Seek the night in the last ten days, and if any of you is weak, or can't observe it, he should not miss the remaining seven days." In Hadith by Ubayy bin Ka'ab, radiua Allahu anhu, he said: "By Allah, I know which night it is. It is the night the Messenger commanded us to observe, the night of the 27th." (Ahmed/Tirmidhi)

The variation of the dates, as indicated by various ahadith, leads us to conclude that no one knows for sure what night is the Night of Power. The night also seems to shift from one year to the next. It may occur on the 27 th in one year, followed by the 29 th in the subsequent year, etc. "Seek it on the twenty-ninth; it may be on the twenty-seventh, or on the twenty-fifth," reports Al-Bukhari.

Its strongly recommended to seek the night and spend it in sincere devotion to the Most High. A believer should strive through performing sunnah prayers (Tahajud), reciting the Holy Qur'an and invoking supplications. Charitable acts have multiplied wieght and morality should be at its peak.

In a hadith related by Abu Hurairah, radiua Allahu anhu, the Messenger of Allah, sala Allahu alahi wa sallam, said: "He who spends the night in prayer on the Night of Power, as a sign of His faith, and seeking rewards from Allah, his previous sins will be forgiven." (Bukhari/Muslim) This hadith indicates that whether a person is aware of the night or not, Allah will forgive him his past sins.


Click here to listen detail about Shab-e-Qadr in Urdu/Hindi language

Supplications, Wazaif, and Namaz (Salat) for Laylut Al Qadr »

In this night (27th of Ramadan), the Holy Quran was sent down from LOH-E-MEHFOOZ (the Preserved Tablet) to the earth. Messenger of ALLAH (Blessings of Allah and peace be on him) told us to search for Shab-e-Qadr in the odd numbered nights, in the last ten days of Ramzan. So, the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th or 29th night of Ramadan could be Shab-e-Qadr.

Hazrat Aisha Radiallah Anha stated that Rasool Allah peace be upon him said, "Look for Lailat-Ul-Qadr in the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadhan." (Bukhari)

Hazrat Aisha Radiallah Anha stated that as much Rasool Allah peace be upon him tried (Ibadat) in the last Ashra (ten days) of Ramadhan, did not try in any of the Ashra." (Muslim)

Hazrat Aisha Radiallah Anha stated that I asked Rasool Allah peace be upon him, "If I find Lailatul Qadar then what should I do? HE peace be upon him said, recite this Dua."ALLAH HUMMA INNAKA A’FUVUN TOHIB BUL AFVA FA’AFU ANNI" (Tirmidhi)

Dear visitors, please take advantage of this night, from sunset till sunrise. Offer nawafil (prayers), recite QUR'AAN, do repent (Istaghfar), and Pray for pardon, recite many many Salawat (Darood Sharif & Salaam) and make benediction (Dua'as).

Special DU’AA of Lailatul QADR:

"ALLAH HUMMA INNAKA A’FUVUN TOHIB BUL AFVA FA’AFU ANNI" (Tirmidhi) "O Allah! You are the Forgiver and You like forgiving so forgive me” 

In Arabic font: 


21st Night of Ramadhan-Ul-Mubarak - 1st night of Laitlat-Ul-Qadr 

1) Pray 4 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’t) (2 cycles of 2 raka' each).
In each raka', after Surah FATIHA recite Surah QADR (Inna anzalna .. )once and Surah IKHLAS (Qul-hu-wal-lah..) once. After completion recite SALAAT-O-SALAAM (Durood Sharif) seventy (70) times.
Benefit: Insha Allah, Angels will pray for forgivenss for that person.

2) Offer 2 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’t)
In each raka', after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR once and Surah IKHLAS three times. After completion of this salah, recite any Astaghfar seventy times.
Astaghfar: "Allah Hummagh Fir Li Wa Tub A'laiyya Inna Ka Innta Tawwabur Raheem" OR "Astaghfirullah Rabbi Min Kulli Zambiyon Wa Atoobu ilaiyh"
Benefit: Effective for forgivness of sins.

3) In this night (21st), recite Surah QADR 21 times.

23rd Night of Ramadhan-Ul-Mubarak - 2nd night of Laitlat-Ul-Qadr 

1) Offer 4 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’t) (2 sets of 2 raka’ each)
In each raka', after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR once and Surah IKHLAS three times.
Benefit: Effective for forgivness of sins.

2) Offer 8 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’) (4 sets of 2 raka’ each)
In each raka', after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR and Surah IKHLAS once. After completion of this salah (namaaz) recite the third kalima (Kalima Tamjeed) 70 times. After that, plead to Allah Almighty for forgiveness of sins.
Kalima Tamjeed: "Subhan Allahi Wal Hamdu Lillahi Wa La ilaaha illal laho Walla Hu Akbar.Wala Haowla Wala Quwwata illa Billa Hil Aliyil Azeem". 



Benefit: Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), Allah will forgive whoever performs this prayer 

3) In the 23rd night recite Surah YAASEEN once and Surah RAHMAAN once. 

25th Night of Ramadan-Ul-Mubarak - 3rd night of Laitlat-Ul-Qadr 

1) In this night offer 4 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’t) (2 sets of 2 raka’ each)
After Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR one time and Surah IKHLAS five times in each raka’. After completion of this salat recite the first Kalima Tayyab 100 times. Kalima Tayyab: "Laa ilaaha illal Laho Mohammadur Rasoolullah". 



Benifit: Insha Allah, Allah Tala will give him/her unlimited Sawab (good Deeds) 

2) Offer 4 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’) (2 sets of 2 raka’ each)
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR three times and Surah IKHLAS three times. After completion of this salah, recite any Astaghfar 70 times.
Astaghfar: "Allah Hummagh Fir Li Wa Tub A'laiyya Inna Ka Innta Tawwabur Raheem" OR "Astaghfirullah Rabbi Min Kulli Zambiyon Wa Atoobu ilaiyh"
Benefit: This salat is good for the pardoning of sins. 

3.Offer two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’).
In each raka', after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR once and Surah IKHLAS fifteen times. After Salat, recite the second Kalima (Kalima-e-Shahaadat) 70 times.
Kalima Shahadat: "Ashadu Anlaa ilaaha illal Lahu Wa Ash Hadu Anna Mohammadan Abduhu Wa Rasoolohu". 



Benefit: The reward of this namaaz is freedom from the punishment of the grave. 

4) Recite Surah Dukhan. Allah Willing (Insha’Allah) they will be granted freedom from the punishment of grave. 

5) Recite Surah Fath seven times. Beneficial for the fulfillment of desires and wishes. 

27th Night of Ramadan-Ul-Mubarak - 4th night of Laitlat-Ul-Qadr 

1) In the 27th night, pray 12 cycles of ritual prayer (raka’) (3 set of 4 raka’ each)
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR once and Surah IIKHLAS fifteen times. After salah recite any Astaghfar 70 times.
Astaghfar: "Allah Hummagh Fir Li Wa Tub A'laiyya Inna Ka Innta Tawwabur Raheem" OR "Astaghfirullah Rabbi Min Kulli Zambiyon Wa Atoobu ilaiyh"
Benefit: Inhsa Allah, Allah tala will give sawab equal to Ibadah of Ambiya Karam's (Messengers of Allah) Ibadah.

2) Pray two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’).
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA recite Surah QADR 3 times and Surah IKHLAS 27 times, and plead to Allah for the forgiveness of sins.
Benefit: Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), the Allah Almighty will forgive all their previous sins.

3) Pray four cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). (2 sets of 2 raka’ each).
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah TAKAASUR once and Surah IKHLAS three times.
Benefit: Whoever offers this salah, they will be saved from hardship at the time of death, and Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), they will be freed from the punishment of the grave.

4) Pray two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’).
In each raka’, after Surahh FATIHA, recite Surah IKHLAS seven times and after salah recite this seventy times:
"ASTAGHFIRUL LAA HAL AZEEMAL LAZEE LAA ILAAHA ILLA HUWAL HAIY YUL QAYYOOMU WA ATOOBU ILAIH"
Benefit: Before the person gets up from the praying area, Allah Almighty will pardon them and their parents, and Allah Almighty will Command the angels to adorn the Paradise for them and it is said that they will not die until they see the blessings (ne'mat) of Paradise with their own eyes.

5) Pray two cycles of ritual prayer (raka’).
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah ALAM’NASHRAH once, Surah IKHLAS three times and after salah, recite Surah QADR 27 times.
Benefit: Effecive for unlimited Sawab of Ibadah.

6) Pray four cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). (1 set of 4 raka’).
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA' recite Surah QADR three times and Surah IKHLAS fifty times and after completion of this salah (namaaz), recite this once in prostration (sajdah):
"SUBHAAN ALLAAHI WAL HAMDU LILLAAHI WALAA ILAAHA ILLAL LAAHU WALLAA HU AKBAR"
Benefit: After that whatever wish one may have, either worldly or religious, may be pleased. Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), their supplication will be fulfilled.

7) In this night, recite Surah Mulk 7 times. It is good for freeing from punishment.

29th Night of Ramadhan-Ul-Mubarak - 5th night of Laitlat-Ul-Qadr 

1) Pray four cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). (2 sets of 2 raka’ each).
In every raka’, after Surah FATIHA recite Surah QADR once and Surahh IKHLAS three times. After salah, recite Surah ALAM’NASHRAH 70 times.
Benefit: Efective for the completion of Imaan.

2) Offer four cycles of ritual prayer (raka’). (2 sets of 2 raka’ each).
In each raka’, after Surah FATIHA, recite Surah QADR once and Surah IKHLAS five times. After salah, recite SALAAT-O-SALAAM (Darood Sharif) 100 times.
Benefit: Effective for forgiveness of sins.

3) Recite Surah WAAQIAH seven times. Beneficial for increase in Rizq.

In any night of RAMAZAN-UL-MUBARAK, after taraavih recite Surah QADR seven times. Allah Willing (Insha’Allah), the one who does so, will be saved from all troubles and afflictions.



05 July 2015

What is Ramadan?


Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. It is during this month that Muslims observe the Fast of Ramadan. Lasting for the entire month, Muslims fast during the daylight hours and in the evening eat small meals and visit with friends and family. It is a time of worship and contemplation. A time to strengthen family and community ties.

The Fast of Ramadan
The Month of Ramadan is also when it is believed the Holy Quran "was sent down from heaven, a guidance unto men, a declaration of direction, and a means of Salvation".
It is during this month that Muslims fast. It is called the Fast of Ramadan and lasts the entire month. Ramadan is a time when Muslims concentrate on their faith and spend less time on the concerns of their everyday lives. It is a time of worship and contemplation.
During the Fast of Ramadan strict restraints are placed on the daily lives of Muslims. They are not allowed to eat or drink during the daylight hours. Smoking and sexual relations are also forbidden during fasting. At the end of the day the fast is broken with prayer and a meal called the iftar. In the evening following the iftar it is customary for Muslims to go out visiting family and friends. The fast is resumed the next morning.

According to the Holy Quran:
One may eat and drink at any time during the night "until you can plainly distinguish a white thread from a black thread by the daylight: then keep the fast until night".
The good that is acquired through the fast can be destroyed by five things:
1. The telling of a lie
2. Slander
3. Denouncing someone behind his back
4. A false oath
5. Greed or covetousness
These are considered offensive at all times, but are most offensive during the Fast of Ramadan.
During Ramadan, it is common for Muslims to go to the Masjid (Mosque) and spend several hours praying and studying the Quran. In addition to the five daily prayers, during Ramadan Muslims recite a special prayer called the Taraweeh prayer (Night Prayer). The length of this prayer is usually 2-3 times as long as the daily prayers. Some Muslims spend the entire night in prayer.
On the evening of the 27th day of the month, Muslims celebrate the Laylat-al-Qadr (the Night of Power). It is believed that on this night Muhammad first received the revelation of the Holy Quran. And according to the Quran, this is when God determines the course of the world for the following year.
When the fast ends (the first day of the month of Shawwal) it is celebrated for three days in a holiday called Eid-al-Fitar (the Feast of Fast Breaking). Gifts are exchanged. Friends and family gather to pray in congregation and for large meals. In some cities fairs are held to celebrate the end of the Fast of Ramadan.

Iftar
The food eaten immediately after sunset to break fast. Here are some healthy foods to eat during the Iftar.
Dates, three
Juice, 1 serving (4 oz.)
Vegetable soup with some pasta or graham crackers, 1 cup
The body's immediate need at the time of iftar is to get an easily available energy source in the form of glucose for every living cell, particularly the brain and nerve cells. Dates and juices are good sources of sugars. Dates and juice in the above quantity are sufficient to bring low blood glucose levels to normal levels. Juice and soup help maintain water and mineral balance in the body. An unbalanced diet and too many servings of sherbets and sweets with added sugar have been found to be unhealthy.

Sahur
(pre-dawn meal)
First of all, there is no need to consume excess food at dinner or sahur (the light meal generally eaten about half an hour to one hour before dawn). The body has regulatory mechanisms that activate during fasting. There is efficient utilization of body fat. Basal metabolism slows down during Ramadan fasting. A diet that is less than a normal amount of food intake but balanced is sufficient enough to keep a person healthy and active during the month of Ramadan. Here are some healthy foods to eat during Sahur.

Consume a light sahur. Eat whole wheat or oat cereal or whole wheat bread, 1-2 servings with a cup of milk. Add 2-3 teaspoons of olive oil or any other monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fats in a salad or the cereal. Eat 1-2 servings of fruits, as a last item. (Source)


02 July 2015

रमज़ान क्या है? रोज़ा क्या है? What is Ramadan and fasting in Hindi Language?


इस्लाम धर्म में अच्छा इंसान बनने के लिए पहले मुसलमान बनना आवश्यक है और मुसलमान बनने के लिए बुनियादी पांच कर्तव्यों का अमल में लाना आवश्यक है। पहला ईमान, दूसरा नमाज़, तीसरा रोज़ा, चौथा हज और पांचवा ज़कात।

इस्लाम के ये पांचों कर्तव्य इंसान से प्रेम, सहानुभूति, सहायता तथा हमदर्दी की प्रेरणा देते हैं। रोज़े को अरबी में सोम कहते हैं, जिसका मतलब है रुकना। रोज़ा यानी तमाम बुराइयों से परहेज़ करना। रोज़े में दिन भर भूखा व प्यासा ही रहा जाता है। इसी तरह यदि किसी जगह लोग किसी की बुराई कर रहे हैं तो रोज़ेदार के लिए ऐसे स्थान पर खड़ा होना मना है।

जब मुसलमान रोज़ा रखता है, उसके हृदय में भूखे व्यक्ति के लिए हमदर्दी पैदा होती है। रमज़ान में पुण्य के कामों का सबाव सत्तर गुना बढ़ा दिया जाता है। ज़कात इसी महीने में अदा की जाती है।

रोजा झूठ, हिंसा, बुराई, रिश्वत तथा अन्य तमाम गलत कामों से बचने की प्रेरणा देता है। इसका अभ्यास यानी पूरे एक महीना कराया जाता है ताकि इंसान पूरे साल तमाम बुराइयों से बचे।

कुरआन में अल्लाह ने फरमाया कि रोज़ा तुम्हारे ऊपर इसलिए फर्ज़ किया है, ताकि तुम खुदा से डरने वाले बनो और खुदा से डरने का मतलब यह है कि इंसान अपने अंदर विनम्रता तथा कोमलता पैदा करे.


मुलायमियत-मुस्कराहट भी रमज़ान की इबादत है रमज़ान का हर पल इबादत में शुमार हैं. रमज़ान के महीने को इबादत का महीना यूं ही नहीं कहा जाता। रमज़ान वक्त के हर पल को इबादत का पल बना देता है। रोज़ा रखने वाले की हर हरकत,उसकी प्रत्येक गतिविधि इबादत की पेशगी बन जाता है 

सिर्फ रोज़े का वक्त -यानी सूर्योदय से पहले और सूर्यास्त तक ही इबादत में शुमार नहीं होता, बल्कि रात का वह वक्त भी प्रार्थनामय ही होता है जिसमें खाने- पीने की इजाज़त होती है। चारों ओर ऐसा मंज़र दिखाई देता है जैसे रमज़ान के चाहने वाले इसमें रम कर अपनी जिंदगी और मौत दोनों को कामयाब बना लेना चाहते हों। 

इसीलिए इस्लाम के मानने वाले इस महीने को इबादत का ख़ज़ाना कहते हैं इस्लामी वर्ष का सबसे पाक मुक़द्दस महीना है। हर इबादतगार दोनों हाथों से पुण्य लूटना चाहता है इस महीने उसी पूण्य की लूट है, लूट सके तो लूट, अंत समय पछताएगा जब प्राण जाएंगे छूट। 

आम तौर पर रमज़ान को खाने-पीने से जोड़ कर देखा जाता है। यह बात मुस्लिम और ग़ैर मुस्लिम दोनों पर लागू होती है कि दिन भर भूखे-प्यासे रहो और रात को जम कर खाओ, जबकि इस्लाम की दृष्टि से यह उचित नहीं है। सच तो यह है कि इस्लाम में खुद खाने से ज़्यादा दूसरों को खिलाने की रवायत है।

इस्लाम में स्पष्ट रूप से कहा गया है कि जो व्यक्ति किसी दूसरे को इफ़्तार या खाना खिलाता है, उसे भी रोजेदार के बराबर सवाब (पुण्य) मिलता है कम खाना भी इबादत में शामिल है। कम खाने से तात्पर्य केवल ज़रूरत भर खाने से है, ऐसा हो कि दिन भर भूखे-प्यासे रह कर रोज़ा रखा और रात को छप्पन भोग की दावत  

रमज़ान का मूल अर्थ केवल भूखा-प्यासा रहना ही नहीं है, बल्कि उस भूख को जानना भी है जिसे दुनिया के ग़रीब, बेबस, मज़लूम और मुफ़लिस झेल रहे हैं। उनकी भूख को समझना तथा उस ओर ध्यान देकर उनकी भूख मिटाने की कोशिश करना भी रमज़ान की ही इबादत है। और इस्लाम की मूल भावना में सम्मलित है। रमज़ान का मूल मंत्र है, 'कम खाना और ग़म खाना।' ग़म खाने का अर्थ है अपनी नफ्स (इंद्रियों) पर क़ाबू रखना। जैसे काम, क्रोध, मद, लोभ आदि। अर्थात स्वयं पर नियंत्रण रखना। किसी को ग़लत बोलना, सख्त जबान में बात करना, बात-बेबात पर गुस्सा करना, संयम का पालन करना तथा ख़ुद को जब्त करना भी रमज़ान की इबादत में शुमार होता है


अपने आप को कोमल विनम्र बनाना तथा सभी के साथ प्यार से पेश आना, ना कि भूख-प्यास की सख्ती से झुंझला कर बेकाबू हो जाना तथा चिड़चिड़ापन दिखाना, चेहरे की कोमलता और मुस्कराहट भी रमज़ान की इबादत में शामिल है।



जहां तक खाने का संबंध है, तो रमज़ान में वैसे भी कम ही खाया जाता है, क्योंकि क़ुदरती तौर पर ही भूख कम हो जाती है तथा खाने -पीने से मन हटकर इबादत में लग जाता है। इसी को कहा गया है कि रोजे का मतलब है : 'कम खाओ ग़म खाओ।' वैज्ञानिक दृष्टिकोण से भी देखें तो रमज़ान का महीना स्वास्थ्य के लिए ठीक होता है, क्योंकि भूख से कुछ कम खाना शरीर के लिए लाभदायक होता है। 

इस महीने नमाज़ की कसरत भी बढ़ जाती है। पांच वक्त की नमाज के साथ-साथ तरावियां(विशेष नमाज़) केवल रमज़ान के महीने में ही पढ़ी जाती हैं। जो शरीर को स्वस्थ तथा लचीला बनाने के साथ- साथ पाचन क्रिया को भी दुरुस्त रखती हैं। इस तरह इस्लाम के अनुयायियों के लिए इसे मानना दीन(मज़हब) और दुनिया दोनों के लिए फायदेमंद होता है। इबादत भी और स्वास्थ्य भी।

(साभार- फेसबुक, अमर उजाला)
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