Basic beliefs of Hinduism, Hinduism beliefs, Hindu’s beliefs of in God

As you know, Hinduism is the oldest religion on the planet. It is very, very vast and has a large number of beliefs compared to other religions. It is very difficult to encompass all the beliefs of Hinduism in an article. So, here we will discuss only basic and major beliefs of Hinduism.

God of Hindu

Belief in soul (also called as “aatma”):

This is one of the major and most important beliefs of Hinduism. What Hinduism believes is each living creature on this planet has a soul, and all these souls are the part of a Supreme Soul called “Parmatma.” Therefore each animal in the universe has the same soul as a human being has. Therefore, the ultimate aim of human life should be to be one with the Supreme Souls, Parmatma. This is called as Nirvana or Moksha.

Before entering a human body, the soul travels through 84 million species and then is able to gain the human body. So, we should always strive in our human life to attend Nirvana or Moksha. We should not waste our life in collecting earthly things.

After death, our soul enters a new body depending on our Karma of past life. This process continues until we become one with the Supreme Soul.

Belief in Karma:

Hinduism believes that what we are now is the result of our Karma in the past life. The Karma is what we do in our life. The good things we do is called good Karma and the bad things we do is called as bad Karma or sin. Those who do bad Karma, suffer in their present life as well as their coming life until they get punished for their bad Karma. So, as a human being we should always do good Karma, so that our present life and coming life be happy.

Depending on our past life Karma, our soul enters the body of the human being or another species like animals, birds, etc.

Belief in reincarnation:

Not only Hinduism but also other major religions like Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism also believe in concept of reincarnation. What it is that the soul is immortal and the death is that of the body only. As we change our clothes, the soul changes body and is reborn again. It travels from one body to another body until it becomes one with the Supreme Soul. Thousands of proofs are available now on the internet that reincarnation is the truth.

Belief in multiples paths to reach the God:

Hinduism does not believe in only one path to reach the God. You can do it by multiple ways. That is what makes Hinduism a different religion.

What we eat is what we are:

As told by Lord Krishna (and accepted by the scientists worldwide now), we tend to become what we eat. The food is divided in three categories:

1. Rajasi.
2. Satvik.
3. Tamasi.

Parents, Teacher, and Food are next to God:

Hindus believe that parents, teacher, and food are next to God. Parents give us birth, nurture us, teach us values. Teachers gives us knowledge to survive in this world. Food is the thing by which we all live. Therefore, these three things have utmost importance and reverence in Hinduism.

Incarnation of Vishnu:

Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya| Glanirbhavati Bharataha | Abhutthanam Adharmasya | Tadatmanam Srijanmyaham | Parithraanaay Sadhunam | Vinashach Dushkruteha | Dharmasansthapanarthaya | Sambhavami Yuge Yuge|

Hindus believe that whenever the darkness on earth will cross its limit, whenever the Dharma will be in peril, Lord Vishnu will reincarnate himself and save the earth and protect the good people from evil. He will destroy the evil and will reinstate the Dharma.

Lord Vishnu has incarnated himself for 9 times so far. The 10th reincarnation will come soon or might have born. It will be called “Kalki Avatar.”

The 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu are:

1. Matsyavatar
2. Kurmavatar.
3. Varahavatar.
4. Narasimhavatar.
5. Vamanavatar
6. Parashurama
7. Shree Rama.
8. Lord Krishna.
9. Gautam Buddha
10. Kalki Avatar

Hindu Religion, Hindu Religion in Bharat, Hindu Religion in India, Hindu Religion in Auraiya

Hindu Religion is a dominant Eastern religion ranking third in the world.

What is Hinduism:

Hindu God

In simple words, Hinduism is a way of life, which helps you to liberate from the cycle of birth and rebirth.

In other words, Hinduism is a conglomeration of different doctrines and traditions mainly based on Vedas and modified from time to time by great saints without changing the basic teachings of the religion and the main aim of life i.e. salvation (liberation from cycle of birth and rebirth).

Some people define Hinduism as the way of life followed by people in India, which is only partially true. Though Hinduism was not a religion and was just a way of life followed by people of India and most of the Asia, it is now identified as a separate religion. There is no single book or a single doctrine, which can describe Hinduism. In order to understand Hinduism, you need to know all the streams of thoughts within Hinduism. Hinduism is a very vast religion and there are quite a handful number of books on which it is based. Lots of Hindu customs, traditions, and beliefs differ from region to region and climate conditions. There is a considerable difference between the Hinduism in scripture and Hinduism followed practically. In this article, we will describe Hinduism with minute details and everything that is related to Hinduism.

Hinduism Facts, Hinduism Facts in Bharat, Hinduism Facts in India, Hinduism Facts in Auraiya

Hinduism Facts:-


In the history of mankind, many cultures have come and gone but Hinduism has withstood many challenges posed by the time and has spread all over the world. The secret of this success of Hindu religion lies in the fact in its practical approach towards human life, belief in eternal truths, and modifications made without changing the basic beliefs.

Despite being the world’s third largest and the oldest religion, lots of people are unaware of the facts about Hinduism. There are also a number of misconceptions about Hinduism, which need to be explained. Therefore, in this article, we would try to put forth all the Hinduism facts in brief before the world, so that everybody would have an idea about what Hinduism is.


Fast Facts about Hinduism Religion:

Existence Since: Hinduism is the world’s oldest known religion. History of Hinduism can be traced back to 5000-10,000 B.C.
Facts about size and Rank: It is the third largest religion of the world with more than 1 billion followers.

Location: Most of the Hindus live in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka with considerable presence in all other parts of the world also. About 85% of Hindus live in India. That is why India is also called as “Hindustan.” Known as: People who follow Hinduism are called as “Hindus.” Hinduism (हिंदू धर्म) is also known as “Hindu Dharma,” Hindu Religion, “Sanatan Dharma (Eternal Religion),” “Vedic Religion,” or Vedic Dharma.

Founder: Hinduism has no single founder. It has been evolving over the thousands of years and will continue to.

Origin: Hinduism originated in India. Hinduism is largely based on the teachings from Vedas.

Meaning of the word: The word “Hinduism” actually has no real meaning because Hinduism was not founded as a religion. The name “Hindu” is given by the people outside of the India, especially Greeks and Arabs, to those living in the vicinity of “Sindhu” river. So, the way of life those people were following is called “Hinduism.”

What do they worship: Hindus believe in one God named as “Brahman” but view other Gods and Goddesses as manifestations of Him. Therefore, in practice, they worship more than one God. Most Hindus worship God in the form of an idol. Rivers, mountains, trees, animals, and natural things which are useful for a human being are revered in Hinduism. Cow is the most revered animal for Hindus.

Place of Worship: The place of worship of Hindus is called as a temple.

Main Deities: Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Shiva are the creator, protector, and destroyer respectively. These are the three main deities in Hinduism. Besides them, Lord Ganesha, Lord Krishna, Lord Hanuman, Lord Rama, and Goddess Parvati are the most popular deities in Hinduism.

Yugas: According to Hinduism, as there are four seasons in a year, there are four Yugas namely Satya-Yuga, Treta-Yuga, Dvapara-Yuga, Kali-Yuga. At the end of a full cycle of four Yogas, the life on the earth comes to an end (though not completely) and a new era starts. The humanity enters into a new era. The present era is known as Kali-Yuga i.e. Dark Age.

Facts about sects in Hinduism: Hinduism consists of different sects like Shaivism, Vaishnavism, and Shaktism. The common people follow all the three sects collectively worshiping Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, and Devi.
Aims of life: Dharma (righteousness), Artha (wealth), Kama (desire), and Moksha (salvation) are the four objectives of a Hindu’s life.
Goal: Salvation is the ultimate goal of a Hindu’s life.

Stages of life: According to Hinduism, four stages of life are Brahmcharyashram (Student phase), Grihastahshram (Living with wife and children), Vanprasthashram (leaving the home and pray to God, may keep contact with family), and Sanyasashram (discard everything in life including wife, children, and material things).

Contribution: Yoga, Pranayama, meditation, Ayurveda, vegetarianism, and meditation are the best gifts of Hinduism to the world.
Tantric sex, Palmistry, acupressure, acupuncture, Jyotish Shastra, martial art, and many other ancient wonders originated in India and are parts of Hinduism Religion.

Hinduism is the source of inspiration for three other major religions of the world viz. Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism.

Zero, point system, and decimal system were invented in India. On the basis of which the modern science exists.

Symbols: AUM and Swastika are the main symbols of Hinduism. Besides those, Trishul, Tilak, Lingam, Shri, and Yantra are other popular Hindu symbols. The saffron is the official color of Hinduism and the saffron flag is the official flag of Hindus.
Sacred Books or Scriptures: Four Vedas, Upanishadas, Bhagvadgita, 18 Puranas, Ramayana, and Mahabharata are the sacred books of Hindus.
Language: Most of the Hindu scriptures are written in Sanskrit. Sanskrit is considered to be the mother of all the languages. Sanskrit is considered to be the language of demi-Gods.

The languages Hindus use vary according to regions. They speak all the India languages like Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Malyalam, Gujarati, Kashmiri, etc. Outside India, the languages spoken by Hindus are English, Sinhali, Indonesian, etc.

Eating Habits: Most of the Hindus do not eat beef and/or pork. They also do not eat non-vegetarian food on auspicious days. Hinduism strongly advocates vegetarianism. Food is highly revered and wasting the food is considered as a very bad habit.
Important Hindu Festivals:

1. Diwali – The festival of lights
2. Vijayadashami – Celebrating the victory of good over evil
3. Gudhipadawa – Hindu New Year
4. Mahashivratri – The day on which the universe was created.
5. Makar Sankranti – Transmigration of Sun into Makar Rashi
Vedic restraints for Hindus are:
1. Ahimsa (not to harm others)
2. Satya (truthfullness)
3. Asteya (Nonstealing)
4. Brahmacharya (Avoiding promiscuity in thoughts, word, and deed)
5. Kshama (Forgiveness)
6. Dhriti (Steadfastness)
7. Daya (Compassion)
8. Arjaya (Honesty)
16 Samskaras in a Hindu’s life: Samskaras are the rituals which are performed at different stages of a human life.

1. Garbhadhana. 2. Pumsavana. 3. Simanatonnayana. 4. Jatakarman. 5. Namakarana 6. Nishkramana. 7. Annaprashana. 8. Chudakarana. 9. Karnavedana. 10. Upanayana. 11. Vidyarambha. 12. Samavartana 13. Vivaha. 14. Vanprastha 15. Sanyasa 16. Antyeshti.
Hindu Philosophy: Hindu philosophy is divided broadly in six different parts called as Darshanas.

1. Samkhya
2. Yoga
3. Nyaya or logics
4. Vaisheshika
5. Mimamsa
6. Vedanta

Karma: Karma means your deeds. Hindus believe that our fate depends upon our Karma i.e. as you sow so shall you reap. If you do bad Karma, you have to compensate for it in this as well as your next life. Your next life depends upon your Karma.

Reincarnation: A soul dwells in every living thing. Body is mortal but the soul is immortal. When we die, our soul enters a new body and the cycle continues until we get salvation.

Caste System: Originally, there were no castes in Hinduism but there were four Varnas viz

1. Brahmin (priests).
2. Kshatriya (warriors)
3. Vaishya (Businessmen)
4. Shudra (labor)

These Varnas were further divided into castes and sub-castes. Originally, caste system was not based upon birth. Now a day, caste is determined by the birth. During medieval period, the persons belonging to a particular caste were supposed to do the same business as of their ancestors. This type of caste system no longer exists. People are free to do whatever they want. Castes come into play mainly during marriages. In arranged marriages, people prefer to marry the person from the same caste.
Basic concept of Hinduism:

It will be easier to understand the basic concept of Hinduism if you know Law of Conservation of Energy. For those who have a science background or have some interest in science know the Law of Conservation of Energy very well. It is like this:

“Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Only one form of energy can be transformed into other. The sum of all the energies in the universe remains the same.”

According to Hinduism, human body is perishable but the soul is immortal and is subjected to the continuous cycle of birth and rebirth. The soul changes bodies as a living person changes his/her clothes. So, the thing which we call death is actually just a transformation of soul from one body to another as the energy changes from one form to the other. This cycle continues births after births and the soul is subjected to sufferings endlessly.

So, the ultimate goal of a Hindu’s life is to attend salvation (also called as Moksha or Nirvana) i.e. freedom from the cycle of birth and rebirth. One can attend salvation when the soul of a person fully becomes one with the supreme spirit called “Brahman” (or God) who is eternal, genderless, omnipotent, and omniscient.

Interesting facts about Hinduism: So far, we have seen some common Hinduism facts, but now we will have a look at some interesting Hinduism facts.

1. The institution of marriage was founded and put forth in practice by Hindus.

2. The first law maker, Manu, was a Hindu and Manu Smriti was the first book on law in the world.

3. Rigveda is the oldest literature known to mankind.

4. Hindus believe that Vedas are written by Gods.

5. According to Vedas, lending money on interest is a bad Karma.

6. Acupuncture and acupressure are vital parts of Hindu customs.

7. Do you know the fact that Vedas were preserved for more than 5000 years without the help of printing technology? This was done by reciting and memorizing all the hymns and through Teacher-Disciple tradition (Guru-Shishya Parampara).

8. India is the home of four great religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

9. Sanskrit is the oldest language known to mankind.

10. The concepts of decimal system, zero, point, pi and many others were used first by Hindus.

11. According to Vedas, Om is the sound which was present at the time of creation of universe and it is the only symbol, which represents the God (Brahman).

12. Parents, teachers, and food are considered next to God.

13. Wasting food is considered as a very bad habit in Hinduism.

14. There is no officially-declared Hindu country in the world as there are Islamic and Christian countries. Nepal was the only Hindu country, but it has now become a republic country.

15. Hindu community is the second most tortured community in the world after Jews.

16. Hindus do not wear footwear inside the temples or homes.

17. Because of the usefulness of rivers, they are highly revered in Hinduism. People call them as mother. Ganges is the highest revered river for Hindus.

18. Kashi Vishwanath Temple is the holiest temple for Hindus. It is located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

19. Kashi is situated along the banks of the river Ganges. It is the holiest place for Hindus. Some Hindus believe that if you die in Kashi, you would attend salvation. Some people prefer to spend the last days of their lives in Kashi.

20. There have been substantial evidences that Hinduism had spread all over the world including Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Russia, USA, Italy, and many other parts of the world.

21. Hindu population constitutes about 14% of the world population.

22. Hindus believe that we get the human body when our soul passes through 8,400,000 species (Yonis).

23. A few decades back, Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedic Maths, and Hypnotism were considered as superstitions and/or rubbish but with the advent of modern science it is proved now that these things are very helpful for us.

24. The Ganges River is considered as the most sacred river by Hindus. The Ganges is considered as a goddess. They believe that all of the sins of a person are washed when he/she bathes in Ganges. Ganges water contains more oxygen than any other river in the world and the water remains fresh for longer time. According to a program broadcasted on Discovery, the Ganges water contains bacteria veg which eats up harmful bacteria. Hence, despite being over-polluted, there are less harmful bacteria in it.

Chanakya Quotes, Quotes by Chanakya, What is Chanakya Niti By Auraiya

चाणक्य के 15 सूक्ति वाक्य —-

1) “दूसरो की गलतियों से सीखो अपने ही ऊपर प्रयोग करके सीखने को तुम्हारी आयु कम पड़ेगी.”

2)”किसी भी व्यक्ति को बहुत ईमानदार नहीं होना चाहिए —सीधे वृक्ष और व्यक्ति पहले काटे जाते हैं.”

3)”अगर कोई सर्प जहरीला नहीं है तब भी उसे जहरीला दिखना चाहिए वैसे डंस भले ही न दो पर डंस दे सकने की क्षमता का दूसरों को अहसास करवाते रहना चाहिए. “

4)”हर मित्रता के पीछे कोई स्वार्थ जरूर होता है –यह कडुआ सच है.”

5)”कोई भी काम शुरू करने के पहले तीन सवाल अपने आपसे पूछो —मैं ऐसा क्यों करने जा रहा हूँ ? इसका क्या परिणाम होगा ? क्या मैं सफल रहूँगा ?”

6)”भय को नजदीक न आने दो अगर यह नजदीक आये इस पर हमला करदो यानी भय से भागो मत इसका सामना करो .”

7)”दुनिया की सबसे बड़ी ताकत पुरुष का विवेक और महिला की सुन्दरता है.”

8)”काम का निष्पादन करो , परिणाम से मत डरो.”

9)”सुगंध का प्रसार हवा के रुख का मोहताज़ होता है पर अच्छाई सभी दिशाओं में फैलती है.”

10)”ईश्वर चित्र में नहीं चरित्र में बसता है अपनी आत्मा को मंदिर बनाओ.”

11) “व्यक्ति अपने आचरण से महान होता है जन्म से नहीं.”

12) “ऐसे व्यक्ति जो आपके स्तर से ऊपर या नीचे के हैं उन्हें दोस्त न बनाओ,वह तुम्हारे कष्ट का कारण बनेगे. सामान स्तर के मित्र ही सुखदाई होते हैं .”

13) “अपने बच्चों को पहले पांच साल तक खूब प्यार करो. छः साल से पंद्रह साल तक कठोर अनुशासन और संस्कार दो .सोलह साल से उनके साथ मित्रवत व्यवहार करो.आपकी संतति ही आपकी सबसे
अच्छी मित्र है.”

14) “अज्ञानी के लिए किताबें और अंधे के लिए दर्पण एक सामान उपयोगी है .”

15) “शिक्षा सबसे अच्छी मित्र है. शिक्षित व्यक्ति सदैव सम्मान पाता है. शिक्षा की शक्ति के आगे युवा शक्ति और सौंदर्य दोनों ही कमजोर हैं .”

Hamara Bharat Desh, Hamara Swatantra Bharat

Hamara Bharat Desh

अरबों का घोटाला करते, जनता सबसे हुई परेशान,
अब तो कोई जुगत लगाओ, भष्ट्रों का करो निदान।

देश हमारा लुट रहे है, गजनबी की छोड़ी संतान।
बहुरुपिये छुट्टा घूमे, संसद में है सीना तान।

लकदक इनके कुर्ते देखो, देखो इनकी झूठी शान।
घोटाले ही घोटाले है, घोटालो का क्या करु बखान।

नेता – अफसर सारे भ्रष्ट है, कैसे टूटे इनका अभिमान।
जाकर कहा रपट लिखाऊ, थानेदार सबका प्रधान।

सरकारी मोहर लगी है, चले खूब इनकी दुकान।
चोरों का गठबंधन है ये, डकैतों का होता सम्मान।

योजनाओं पे डाका डाले, अफसर खाते है पकवान।
ईमानदार है भूखे नंगे, चोरों के चेहरे मुस्कान।

गरीबों का पतन हुआ, नेताओं का हुआ उत्थान।
जुआ-सट्टा खुब चले हैं, बम-कट्टे से हुये हलाकान।

दारु बिकती गली-गली है, व्यर्थ हो गया सारा ज्ञान।
अब तो कन्या भ्रूण बचाओ, तो कहलाओगे विद्घवान।

हर बच्चा स्कूल चले जब, पायेगा वो अक्षर ज्ञान।
अंधकार को दूर भगाओ, बनके जलो तुम दिग्वान।

आबादी में करो निमंत्रण, स्वस्थ देश की है पहचान।
देश की दुर्दशा देखके, हो जाता मन सित्र-म्लान।

राजपथ की राह चले अब, गरीब और मजदूर किसान।
राजा-रानी, रंक-फकीर, सबकी हो इक ही पहचान।

नर नारी में फर्क न करना, जागरुकता का चले अभियान।
बच्चों को स्वस्थ बनाओ, जननी कराये स्तनपान।

मां का दूध है अमृत जैसा, अब तो कहता ये विज्ञान।
हरे-भरे न वृक्ष कटवाओ, धरती पे न करो अनुसंधान।

बदलते हुये मौसम को अब, लेना होगा हमें संज्ञान।
संतोष धन है सबसे प्यारा, साधु-संत हुये धनवान।

भ्रष्टाचार का रावण मारो, धनुष उठा के राम समान।

जुड़ें राष्ट्र से.. जुड़ें राष्ट्रवादियों से..

Auraiya District

List Of Mandals in Auraiya

Achchalda, Ajitmal, Auraiya, Bhagyanagar, Bidhuna, Erwa, Katra, Sahar

Tourist Places near Auraiya



Temples in Auraiya

Auraiya district is situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Auraiya Town is the district headquarters. Apart from being the district headquarters it is also a municipal board. National Highwat 2 passes through this place. The nearest railway station is Dibiyapur RS. The nearest airport is the Kanpur Airport. It is surrounded by the districts of Kannauj, Ettawah tehsil Bharthana and Gwalior. Towards the east are Kanpur Dehat and Jalaun.

Auraiya History

The people of this district supported the Quit India Movement with lots of enthusiasm. There were rampant strikes, protests and processions. People did not follow the mandatory orders and the Indian National flag was hoisted on all the Congress and other private buildings. The British came down heavily on them with Lathi charges, mass arrests and imposition of unnecessary fines. Six people were killed in this place when the police opened fire on August 12, 1942. This movement nonetheless proved that there was massive hatred among all Indians against the British and their rule was soon to be over. By the end of the World War II in 1945, British were ready to free India. The British Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act in 1947 and decided to leave India for good. The district of Ettawah had active participation is the movements against British and hence celebrated this moment with much joy. National flag was hoisted on the collectorate building as well as on other private and government buildings.

List Of Banks Operating in Auraiya District

Central Bank Of India    –   19 branches
State Bank Of India    –   8 branches
Allahabad Bank    –   2 branches
Bank Of Baroda    –   2 branches
Bank Of India    –   2 branches

Pin Codes in Auraiya District
Bela (Auraiya)
Kanchausi Bazar
Babarpur (Auraiya)
Harchandpur (Auraiya)
Sahar (Auraiya)
Airwa Katra
N. T. P. C. Dibiapur



Auraiya – Religion and Caste

Language and Script

The language of practically the entire population is what is known as western Hindi. The returns of the census 1981 showed that this language was spoken by about 96.8 per cent of the population. In 1971, the percentage of Hindi speaking persons was 96.4. Western Hindi is split up into several subdivisions. In 1981, the language known as Hindustani or Urdu was spoken by about 3.10 per cent (3.35 per cent in 1961) of the people, representing for the most part the inhabitants of Etawah city, while the bulk of the people spoke Antarbedi, or its varient called Pachharua, so called after the tract of that name. In the trans-Yamuna portion of the district the dialect is known as Bhadauri, which is a form of Bundelkhandi, itself a branch of Hindi. It derives its name from Bhadawar, the home of the Bhadoria Rajputs. A few people also speak Punjabi, Bengali or Sindhi. Devannagri script is being used for Hindi and its allied branches such as Garhwali, Kumauni etc. and the script used for Urdu is Persian. The other languages generally using their own scripts.

Religion and Caste

In 1991, Hindus percentage was 92.79% against the state average of 83.76% and 6.63% of Musalims as compared to the state average of 15.48%. The remaining 0.58% of the district population was comprised of Sikhs, Christians, Jains and Buddhists.

‘Bigg Boss’ lends new identity to Seema Parihar’s family

Etawah: Reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ is proving to be a boon for contestant Seema Parihar’s family in finding a foothold and some respect, which they were waiting for since the former bandit queen put her guns down in 2003.

Seema Parihar

While Parihar is far away locked in the Bigg Boss house, her family in Dibiyapur area of Auraiya district near here in UP are gradually coming to terms with the new identity and adulation.

“There is a marked change in the attitude of the extended family members and neighbours who now are respectful to us after Seema has started appearing on Bigg Boss,” her elder sister Manju Parihar said.

“People are getting to know the real Seema, not the one whose identity had been distorted by the past deeds and have started recognising her as a normal and friendly human being,” Manju said, adding that this is also reflected in the behaviour of their acquaintances.

For Seema’s 12-year-old son Sagar, the change, though welcome, has not been so good as it cannot compensate for his mother’s long absence.

“It feels good when the teachers and other students discuss about Bigg Boss and my mother in school,” Sagar said, though regretting that he gets to see his mother only on TV.

Girija Shankar, a neighbour who has known the family for a long time now, is also of the same opinion. “Not just the neighbours but also the local police have started behaving with them more respectfully and the credit should go to the TV show,” he said.

This new experience has also given them hope of a better life than the days the family is currently spending in a dilapidated house. Sagar and the family are also looking forward to the gifts Seema has promised to bring them on returning from Bigg Boss.

Seema entered the Colors reality show last month alongwith 13 other contestants and has spent about 55 days locked away from the world. Before participating in the show, Seema had had a chance to tell her life story through a feature film ‘Wounded’ in 2006.

Once leading a reign of terror in the ravines, Seema had surrendered in 2003. She had some 29 criminal cases of which she was acquitted in 15. She faced charges of 70 killings and over 200 abductions.

Security officer bends down to clean Maya’s shoes; opposition slams CM

Auraiya: Kicking up a controversy, a personal security officer of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati bent low to wipe the dust from her shoes with his handkerchief during her visit to Auraiya district.

The incident that took place on Sunday when Mayawati was visiting Naunipur village in the district fuelled a political storm with her opponents seizing on the opportunity to slam her but the ruling BSP said nothing much should be read into the act of shoe-wiping calling it a “non-issue.”

A video footage of the incident shortly after the BSP supremo alighted from a helicopter showed the PSO taking a handkerchief out of his pocket and bending down to wipe the dust from her footwear. The footage was telecast by TV channels.

The chief minister appeared to be unmindful of the PSO’s act while she carried on with her conversation with officials who had converged at the tarmac of the helipad here, about 150 km from Lucknow, to welcome her.

One official also appeared to be watching with intent the shoe cleaning by the PSO who has been working with her for several years and was close to BSP founder Kanshi Ram.

Singh, a retired police officer currently on extension, supervises the personal security of Mayawati, sources here said. Singh is reported to have said that his act, which has triggered allegations of sycophancy at its heights, was in line of duty.

Opposition parties slammed the “feudalistic” attitude of the chief minister.

“The manner in which the chief minister is behaving and working is shameful and a security personnel wiping her shoes is a deplorable incident,” SP state president Akhilesh Yadav alleged.

He said that it was a sad to see that a person entrusted with the security was wiping Mayawati’s shoes.

“If this government continues then even the officials will have to do the same act,” he alleged.

“She is starting new traditions in politics. First she got her statues installed now this shameful incident has come to the fore. This is a feudalistic attitude,” Yadav said.

Congress spokesman Akhilesh Pratap Singh said, “Mayawati, who rode to power by claiming to fight against feudalism, has adopted the same culture after becoming the Chief Minister”.

“Getting shoes wiped by a government official is wrong and the security personnel should not have done such an act for the sake of self-respect,” he said.

But the BSP thinks otherwise.

BSP MLA Nawab Seyd Kazim Ali said, “I don’t think this is really an issue at all because the chief minister never…I don’t think she asked the security officer to clean her shoes or anything and this is something which is a non-issue if a handkerchief falls and if somebody picks it up and so you can’t make that into an issue”.Auraiya district

Auraiya – जिला औरैया

जिला औरैया में आपका स्वागत हैं…

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