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Karwa Chauth 2021: Fasting during pregnancy? Here are dos and don’ts to follow during this festival

Karwa Chauth 2021: If you are pregnant and are planning to keep a day-long fast on this day, then there are some dos and don’ts that you need to follow.

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Karwa Chauth 2021

Karwa Chauth is a Hindu festival that is observed by married women. This year, Karwa Chauth will be observed on October 24. On this day, the married women dress up in their festive best and they keep a day-long fast for the long lives of their husbands. On this festival, the married women abstain from consuming food and water they only drink water and have food after the moon appears in the evening.

However, if you are pregnant and are planning to keep a day-long fast on this day, then there are some dos and don’ts that you need to follow. It is also suggested that on this day, pregnant women should avoid being starved all day as it is risky for their health and especially for their baby’s health.

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What you should do on Kavwa Chauth if you are pregnant?

  • You should start your day by having a glass of milk filled with nuts and other fruits in the Sargi.
  • After this, you need to make sure that you are consuming fruits and having fluids every 2 hours while fasting during pregnancy.
  • You should get extra hours of sleep on this day.
  • Apart from all this, it is also advisable that you need to consult your doctor before keeping a fast on this day.

What you should avoid while fasting during pregnancy?

  • You should not starve yourself on this day.
  • When you plan to break the fast, you should not opt for food that is rich in calories, salt or fats as it can be risky for you, and it can give you gestational diabetes.

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Google celebrates Leap Day with a Doodle

The description with this moving illustration reads Ribbiting news, its Leap Day, February 29th, only occurs about every 4 years, to keep our calenders in alignment with the Earth and the Sun. Enjoy this bonus day of February – Happy Leap Day!

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Google released a doodle on Thursday, to mark Leap Day. This unique doodle depicts a frog marked with the leap day date set amid a setting involving the dates February 28 and March 1. The Leap Day vanishes as the frog jumps. This setting is illustrated against the background of a pond with stones and leaves where the word Google can be identified in the background.

The description with this moving illustration reads Ribbiting news, its Leap Day, February 29th, only occurs about every 4 years, to keep our calenders in alignment with the Earth and the Sun. Enjoy this bonus day of February – Happy Leap Day!

Leap Day’s origin can be traced back to over 2000 years ago. This was done to align the standard Gregorian calendar with the solar calendar and it also takes into account the fact that the Earth takes slightly over 365 days to orbit the sun that is 365.2422 days to be exact.

According to the Gregorian calendar which is the world’s most widely used calendar, each leap year consists of 366 days instead of 365. This extra day, known as Leap Day, adjusts for the fact that an astronomical year is slightly less than 365 days and 6 hours. The last leap day occurred in 2020, and the next will arrive in 2028. Leap year babies will get the opportunity to celebrate their birthday on February 29 this year as the day comes only once every 4 years.

Anthony a town in Texas, USA proudly proclaims itself as the Leap Year Capital of the World and hosts a festival every Leap Year to celebrate. Just like the Leap Day helps adjust our calendar, leap seconds are occasionally added to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to sychronise atomic clocks with the Earth’s slowing rotation. Leap Day has featured in literature, movies, and music. One notable example is the 2010 romantic comedy film Leap Year.

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71st Miss World contestants visit Raj Ghat and pay respects to Mahatma Gandhi

The 71st Miss World will take place between February 18 and March 9 which will unfold across various venues, including the Bharat Manadapam in New Delhi. 120 contestants from countries around the world will participate in various competitions and charitable initiatives, serving as ambassadors of change.

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Miss World contestants, accompanied by Julia Morley, chairman and CEO of the Miss world Organisation, visited the Raj Ghat, also known as the Gandhi memorial, on Monday, where they paid their respects to Mahatma Gandhi. The 71st Miss World participants also visited the Gandhi Museum.

The 71st Miss World will take place between February 18 and March 9 which will unfold across various venues, including the Bharat Manadapam in New Delhi. 120 contestants from countries around the world will participate in various competitions and charitable initiatives, serving as ambassadors of change.

Julia Morley, chairman and CEO of the Miss World Organisation said in a statement that her love of India is no secret and having the 71st Miss World Festival in this country means a lot to her. She thanked Jamil Saidi for his herculean efforts to make the return of the event to India a reality. She said the Miss World Organization has assembled the best team for the 71st edition.

The 71st Miss World will end with a dazzling grand finale at the Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai. India last hosted the international pageant in 1996. Manushi Chhillar was the most recent Indian to win the pageant, having bagged the crown in 2017. Previously, Reita Faria Powell, Aishwarya Rai, Diana Hayden, Yukta Mookhey, and Priyanka Chopra Jonas have also won the competition.

India is currently hosting Miss World 2024 in Delhi and Mumbai after 28 years. The competition will begin on  Februray 18, with the grand finale scheduled  on March 9, the 71st Miss World Pageant will feature 120 contestants from 120 countries and territories, which includes India and will feature various competitions and charitable initiatives. The 21-day fashion and beauty event will feature a variety of events that will empower young women as change agents and future leaders.  

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Eknath Shinde, Devendra Fadnavis, Ajit Pawar pay tribute to Chhatrapathi Shivaji on his birth anniversary

Maharastra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and two deputy CMs attended various programmes to mark the occasion, which also included the cradle ceremony at the fort.  This day is celebrated as Shivaji Jayanti all over Maharashtra on two different dates every year- third day of Phalgun in the Samvat Hindu calendar, and February 19.

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Maharshtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde along with deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar paid tribute to Chhatrapathi Shivaji on his birth anniversary on Monday at Shivneri Fort in Pune. Maharastra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and two deputy CMs attended various programmes to mark the occasion, which also included the cradle ceremony at the fort. This day is celebrated as Shivaji Jayanti all over Maharashtra on two different dates every year- third day of Phalgun in the Samvat Hindu calendar, and February 19.

This day marks the birthday of the great Maratha Leader Shivaji I. He established Hindavi Swarajya. The warrior King Shivaji I was born at the Shivneri fort on the third day of the Krishna Paksha of the Phalgun month in the year 1551 of the Shalivahan Shaka. Chhatrapathi Shivaji, a great warrior King and was the founder of the Maratha Empire in the 17th century.

He was born on Februray 19, 1630. He is remembered for his valour, military tactics, and administrative skills. He established a sovereign Maratha Kingdom in the face of the Mughal and Adil Shahi Sultanate empire. The celebration of Chhatrapathi Shivaji Jayanti marks as a reminder of the impact of the Maratha Empire on Indian society and culture.

Emperor Shivaji’s principles of leadership, courage and social justice continue to inspire generations of Indians. On Chhatrapathi Shivaji Jayanti various events and processions are organised which include cultural programs, exhibitions and seminars, where people gather to pay homage to his legacy and learn about his contribution to Indian history. This year India is celebrating the 394th birth anniversary of the great Maratha ruler. The first celebrations of this festival started with the Maratha ruler Mahatma Phule in 1870 in Pune. These celebrations were taken forward by Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

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