[Video] Udaipur – One of The World’s Best Cities

 

Udaipur - The Majestic City

Check out this video shared by : Sanjay A video of ‘TALKING PICTURES

Yeah Yeah! We all know ‘Udaipur’ is one of the world’s best cities 😉 and WE (all Udaipurites) are proud of it. Aren’t we??

 

(Photo Courtesy : Mujtaba RG)

[Video] Le Tone – In The Lake Of Udaipur Song

An Awesome Creative Video and Song By a French Artist Le Tone – To Know More About them Visit: WikiPedia Link

Le TOne UdaipurBlog

The Video Song: (In The Lake Of Udaipur)

The Making Of The Video Song:

We would like to Thanks Le Tone for this Marvelous Video Song For Our Beautiful City of Lakes – Udaipur.

Le Tone Site: http://www.letone.fr/letone.fr/le-tone.html

MySpace Link: http://www.myspace.com/letone

[Video] Remy Martin – Louis XIII Rare Cask – Launch in Udaipur

A selected invited gathering from 17 countries met in Udaipur, India last month to celebrate the global launch of Louis XIII Rare Cask 42.6.

Check out the Video of Launch Party of the Famous Remy Martin’s Louis XIII Rare Cask

 

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[Photos] Garba night at Central Academy | Alumni Meet 2012

Dandiya Night organised by Central Academy Senior Secondary School, Hiran Magri

Venue : Central Academy School, Sector-3, Hiran magri
Date : 20th Oct 2012, Saturday

Hiran Magri Sector 3

A grand event organized by the institution to celebrate 25 golden years of Central Academy. All the alumnus of the school were invited to be a part of this joyous celebration. The function was held under the direction of Dr. Hema ChhabraPrincipal Central Academy Sec 3 which was attended by principals from various branches of central academy, along with the head of the institution Dr. Sangam Mishra and Director Mrs. Lakshyajaya Mishra. This Function was a warming up event in the list of various functions that are about to be held in order to celebrate the success of the Institute.
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur
Central Academy | Garba Night | Udaipur

शाम का धुंधलका हो , यादों का कारवां हो 

यारों का साथ हो तोह, समां रंगीन होता है  और नई यादें 

Do watch and share with your friends 🙂

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LwXyeHwI7k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fPB9f6lt84

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKw23L9haIA

Photos by Lakhan Sharma & Yash Sharma

[Short Film] 28 Rupees… Enough??

 

With the vast potential for development, abundant natural resources and 1.2 billion population (a lot of manpower), India is worldwide termed as one of the fastest growing economic power of the world. But this “manpower” is lying useless on the streets of the country. Question yourself; have you ever saw a public place, temple or any other place to hangout where you can not spot a beggar sitting nearby?

The estimated unemployment rate in India as on March 2012 is 6.6%. The government further claims that the employment is stabilized. And in reality, most of the employment is masked, particularly under agriculture and allied activities. Furthermore, the Inflation rate of India has reached to 7.55%, and food and fuel are the most effected commodities.

And as cherries-on-top of all the chaos, the government claims that 28 Rs. are enough for a person per day to live.

So ultimately what happens…

The unemployed person is forced to live the life of a beggar. The 28 Rs. that he collects are not enough to fulfill his hunger and thus he has to turn towards alcohol and cheap drugs which further ensures that he never leaves this vicious quicksand of poverty.

The short film, 28 Rs. (Enough???), tries to capture this theme and tries to put up the question over this feel-good figure given by the government.

28 Rs. Enough

The short film is made by a group of engineering students from CDFST, Udaipur (namely, The Thala Boyz Group). The credits goes like this:

Lead Actor and Dialogues: Chanakya Purohit.

Supporting Actor: Yuvraj Singh Sisodia.

Assistance: Sai Yadav.

Camera: Mudit Sharma.

Story and Direction: Ravi Audichya.

 

 : Youtube link to the short film :

www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZsPwJvpxul

श्री श्री रवि शंकर के आगमन पूर्व शहर में सत्संग

आर्ट ऑफ लिविंग के प्रणेता श्रीश्री रविशंकर  शुक्रवार को उदयपुर आएंगे। गुरु के आगमन पर बड़ी संख्या में शिष्य और अनुयायी अगवानी करेंगे। उनके सान्निध्य में 10 मार्च को शाम 06:30 बजे से B.N. College Ground में महासत्संग होगा।  महासत्संग में 80 हजार से ज्यादा लोग शामिल होंगे। आर्ट ऑफ लिविंग बैंगलुरु से आई प्रशिक्षिका ममता ने बताया कि सत्संग के साथ श्री श्री रविशंकर जिज्ञासुओं के प्रश्नों के उत्तर भी देंगे।
श्री श्री रवि शंकर कहते हैं कि सांस शरीर और मन के बीच एक कड़ी की तरह है जो दोनों को जोड़ती है। इसे मन को शांत करने के लिए इस्तेमाल किया जा सकता है। वे इस बात पर भी जोर देते हैं कि ध्यान के अलावा दूसरे लोगों की सेवा भी इंसान का करनी चाहिए। वे विज्ञान और आध्यात्म को एक-दूसरे का विरोधी नहीं, बल्कि पूरक मानते हैं। वे एक ऐसी दुनिया बनाने का प्रयत्न कर रहे हैं जिसमें रहने वाले लोग ज्ञान से परिपूर्ण हो ताकि वे तनाव और हिंसा से दूर रह सकें।

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 श्रीश्री के आगमन के पूर्व शहर में सत्व की जागृति के लिए नियमित रूप से अलग-अलग स्थानों पर सत्संग संध्याओं का आयोजन किया जा रहा है ।

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National Youth Festival 2011: The Memories it left behind

Youth Festival collageclick on image to enlarge

Finally it was the 16th of January, when the 16th National Youth Festival ended, everyone was sad for they had enjoyed a new world in these days, as the whole India was brought to our own beautiful city of lakes for 12th to 16th January, and yes, we too were happy and proud to host such a great festival in our city for the first time, which was otherwise held in the capital cities of the states only.

Everyday there were variety of competitions at different locations of our city, along with a great night show in the Maharana Bhupal Stadium (Gandhi Ground). For those who have missed any part of the NYF, here we bring to you a complete wrap up of these Festive days

Here below I am mentioning the day by day different events that were held throughout the city. But before that take a look on two events that was open for all the days.

1. Yuvakriti: The mouth watering food festival at Shilpgram

Inaugurated by the sports minister, Mr. M.S. Gill, this was a mouth watering event open for all Udaipies; different cuisines were prepared which represented the complete India in Shilpgram itself. They were available at a price scheme of NO PROFIT NO LOSS fixed by the organisers.

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2. Adventure Camp at Railway Training College ground

This place was all about the thrill, the excitement, and huge bursts of adrenaline rushes. Para-sailing, Para-gliding, Hot-air balloon thrilled Udaipies to the extreme.

DAY-1 (12th January 2011): Opening

This day marked the opening of the youth festival in our city opening ceremony was held in Gandhi ground in the day. It was inaugurated by our hon’ble Vice President of India Mr. Hamid Ansari, in presence of the delegates from SAARC, Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Mr. Ashok Gehlot, Sports Minister Mr. M.S. Gill, and many more honourable guests.

chief guests

There was a march past of all the participant states in which the city witnessed the overwhelming spirit and culture of entire India

Night Show: At night, there was a laser show depicting the life of Swami Vivekananda, followed by massive boosts of fireworks, and then foot tapping performance by Punjabi singer Jasbeer Jassi.



Day-2 (13th January 2011)

The day was full of competitions, whose glimpses we provide you below.



Night Show: There was a show by Sudesh Bhosle at night in the Gandhi ground.

Day-3 (14th January 2011)

A Day full of competitions, whose glimpses we provide you below.

Night Show: A heart throbbing performance by Rock Bands made people thrill to their max. The show was started by “Soulmate”, followed by “Mystic Rhythms” and finally the excited adrenaline rush was taken to the extreme by “Parikrama”.

Day-4 (15th January 2011)

A Day full of competitions, whose glimpses we provide you below.

Night Show: Much awaited performance by Sonu Nigam who made Udaipur wait for his entry for a long time. Uncontrollable crowd made the work of Police Force and the security much difficult. But finally he entered the show, and really rocked it.

Day-5(16th January 2011): Closing Ceremony

The closing ceremony was held in Railway Training College ground, where there were amazing stunts performed by the Indian Armed Forces. Nine divers of Indian Air Force, from the team “AKASHGANGA”, headed by Wing Commander Jai Kishan, were dropped by an IAF Aircraft. They showed their extra-ordinary courage and performed different styles after jumping from an altitude of 5000feet carrying the Indian National Flag.




This was followed by the acrobatics and stunts, the “DAREDEVILS” team of Indian Army (Military Police). All were equipped with their “SAFED ASHWA/WHITE HORSE” which were white coloured Bullet motorcycles, and did amazing wonders with them, along with the stunts; there were two army men, dressed as jokers who amused the audience with their crazy stunts.


For a detailed photo story on the Daredevil Show, Click here

There was performance by the army band, which was followed by cultural programmes, and the prize distribution ceremony, and finally the Youth Festival said “Good Bye Udaipur” with a pledge to keep alive the spirit of “Sabse Pehle Bharat” forever.

We are thankful to our team members as well as our contributors for getting us news updates, photos and videos from across all parts of the city for all these days of the youth festival.

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