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Watch: Pakistani bride dressed in LED light lehenga

The video shows the bride making an entry with her husband dressed in lehenga with colourful LED lights. Hand in hand with the groom Rehab arrives at her mehendi ceremony.

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Watch: Pakistani bride dressed in LED light lehenga

As the saying goes all is fair in love and war. A video circulating on social media shows a Pakistani bride dressed in lehenga for her mehendi ceremony. Rehab Danial shared videos from her wedding celebration on Instagram and mentioned how her husband wanted her  to shine bright with lights. As a result of which she wore a lehenga embellished with LED lights during the wedding celebration.

The video shows the bride making an entry with her husband dressed in lehenga with colourful LED lights. Hand in hand with the groom Rehab arrives at her mehendi ceremony. She shared the video and wrote the dress was designed by her husband who wanted his bride to shine bright with lights. The bride said she was told she would be made fun of but she wore the lehenga proudly.

People on social media were not impressed with the idea as one social media user said the idea was good but it would have been far better if they used anything well designed or used a glowing fabric. Large number of comments started coming on the video.

One user said her husband must be an electrician. Most couples opt to have a unique wedding. They might be for specially designed clothes, a destination wedding or a theme. But this groom wanted to create a special lehenga for his bride. While some appreciated the thoughts of the groom while the others found it to be weird.

Last year a similar incident happened when a wedding went viral as the groom arrived with his adorable dog on his bike. Another wedding where gol gappa was the theme the bride was seen wearing accessories made of this street food. One wedding went viral as bride and the groom were seen doing pushups in their wedding dresses.  

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Armed Forces Flag Day 2023 India: Know history, significance and other details

The Ministry of Defence declared on August 28, 1949, that December 7 would be Armed Forces Flag Day in remembrance of the soldiers, sailors, and airmen.

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Our strength lies in the nation’s armed forces. To guarantee that their compatriots get a decent night’s sleep, they risk their lives by standing at the borders. They bravely and valiantly battle the enemy, often losing their lives in the process, all for the sake of the country.

The armed forces put the nation and its citizens above all else, including their own lives, as a sign of their love for it. Armed Forces Flag Day is observed annually to honour those who gave their lives defending our nation and to raise money for the military’s advancement.

December 7 is marked as Armed Forces Flag Day each year. The big day falls on Thursday this year.

The Ministry of Defence declared on August 28, 1949, that December 7 would be Armed Forces Flag Day in remembrance of the soldiers, sailors, and airmen. Additionally, it exhorts individuals to sell badges and stickers in order to raise money for the improvement of the armed forces.

On this day, people get together to discuss the well-being of former service members as well as options for rehabilitation for victims of war.

People across the country get together to sell coupon flags, stickers, and other goods in order to raise money for the improvement of the armed forces on this day. The nation’s researchers, sailors, and pilots risk their life to keep us secure. It is important that we make an effort to express our gratitude for their assistance.

On this day, people honour the martyrs and help to support and care for the nation’s military personnel, including those in the air force, navy, and army.

Donations for the care and rehabilitation of the Indian Armed Forces must be made through the Kendriya Sainik Board’s official website (ksb.gov.in/DonateAFFDF.htm). Donations and funding are distributed to all former soldiers and their families by the Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB) through a network of Rajya Sainik Boards (RSBs) and Zila Sainik Boards (ZSBs).

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National Press Day: Election Commission shares archival photo of press conference from 1967 | Watch here

National Press Day is observed every year on November 16 to celebrate the importance of a free and responsible press in a democratic society.

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On the occasion of National Press Day, the Election Commission of India shared an archival photo of a press conference from 1967. The National Press Day is observed every year on November 16 to celebrate the importance of a free and responsible press in a democratic society. The day also commemorates the establishment of the Press Council of India, which acts as a regulatory body for the news media industry in the country. 

Sharing the archival photo on social media platform X, formerly Twitter, the Election Commission of India said that the picture is of a press conference from 1967, addressed by then Chief Election Commissioner KVK Sundaram. 

Meanwhile, several political leaders also extended their greetings to the journalists on the occasion of National Press Day. Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur took to X and wrote that a free press forms the bedrock of democracy and is rightly regarded as its fourth pillar. He also saluted all the journalists who dedicatedly perform their duties in a responsible, unbiased and professional manner, bringing news and educating masses on a variety of issues.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also extended his best wishes to all journalist friends on the National Press Day. He said that journalists are vigilant sentinels of democracy. He also congratulated all the journalists for continuously serving democracy with impartiality and fearlessness.

Extending warm greetings on the occasion, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said that the free press is the cornerstone of democracy and gives voice to the people. He further asked masses to pledge to safeguard the independence of the fourth pillar of democracy and empower the people with unbiased information.

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah also conveyed greetings to the journalists stating them to be the guardians of truth. He added that journalist’s words shape their reality, shedding light on the stories that matter. He also extended gratitude to the fraternity for their unwavering dedication to journalism.

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Happy Dhanteras 2023: Wishes, messages to share with your loved ones

Dhanteras is considered the most auspicious day to buy silver, gold and other assets. Devotees welcome Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kubera into the house. The whole house is decorated in lights, colours and happiness prevails in the hearts of everybody

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Dhanteras marks the beginning of Diwali which is the festival of lights and is the most awaited festival of the year. This year Diwali is going to be celebrated on November 12. Dhanteras is celebrated on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha of the Hindu month of Kartik.

Dhanteras is going to be celebrated on November 10. Dhanteras is considered the most auspicious day to buy silver, gold and other assets. Devotees welcome Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kubera into the house. The whole house is decorated in lights, colours and happiness prevails in the hearts of everybody.The most auspicious time to buy gold is from 12:35 pm to 2:46pm. Apart from gold one can also buy home furniture, broom, utensils, electronic items and metals

People worship Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi and seek their blessings for prosperity and wealth in their lives. Here is a list of quotes and wishes that one can share with his family members lo let them know that they are thinking about them

Happy Dhanteras to you and your family, may your year be filled with joy and success.

If you let your learning lead to knowledge, you become a fool. If you let your learning lead to action, you become wealthy -Tony Robbins

Often the more money you make the more money you spend; that why more money doesn’t make you rich assets make you rich – Robert Kiyosaki

This is the day to trust the gods and let them guide us to the path of prosperity and happiness. Happy Dhanteras

The big money is not in the buying and selling but in the waiting. Charlie Munger.

May you always be guided by the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Durga and Lord Kubera, and may prosperity never leave your life.

If you are saving, you are succeeding – Steve Burkholder

Happy Dhanteras. May Goddess Lakshmi walk into your home and fill it with wealth, prosperity and joy  

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