29 Jul (Saturday)
Vedic Ritu
/ Varsha
Drik Ritu : Varsha (Monsoon)
पक्ष :: Shuklapaksh
Vikram Samvat – 2080
Shaka Samvat – 1945
Month : Sravana 12, (Purnimanta)
Sravana 12, (Amanta)
Nakshatra: Jyeshta (up to 11:34 pm) Moola
Tithi : Ekadashi (up to 1:05 pm) Dwadashi
Rahu : 09:16 AM – 10:54 AM
Yamaganda : 02:11 PM – 03:50 PM

Do You know the importance of Number in Santhan Dharm..?


  1. Today is MUHARRAM, It was commenced on 19th July 2023. The 10th day of Muharram as Ashura will be observed today, on 29 July, 2023. “Ashura” is derived from the Arabic word for the number 10.
    • Muharram holds an immense importance among Muslims. This day commemorates the death of the prophet Muhammed’s grandson, Hussein Ibn Ali. On the day of Ashura, the Shia Muslim community gather in mosques to pray and mourn. People gather on large scales to pray and express their grief since it is a day of commemoration. It marks the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the son of Hazrat Ali and the grandson of Prophet Muhammad.
  2. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued heavy rainfall warning for several states for Saturday. Heavy rainfall is very likely over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, West Bengal, Sikkim, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.
  3. Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar today convened an all-party meeting in his chamber to break deadlock in the Upper House.
  4. Lok Sabha passes the Mines & Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Bill 2023.
  5. Lok Sabha on Friday passed the National Nursing and Midwifery Commission Bill, 2023 aimed at forming a commission for development and regulation of all aspects relating to nursing and midwifery education, institution and profession.
  6. PM Modi will inaugurate the Akhil Bharatiya Shiksha Samagam today at Bharat Mandapam, Pragati Maidan in Delhi. It coincides with the 3rd anniversary of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.
  7. The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 is all set to complete three years of its successful implementation across all the educational institutions in the country. The Govt plans to include 3-8 year old children in formal education system: Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said.
  8. Publications Division to participate in 27th Delhi Book Fair at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, from 29th July till 2nd August.
  9. Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Anurag Singh Thakur has praised the National Education Policy 2020 for connecting sports and physical activities to education.
  10. The Government is ready to have a debate on Manipur issue under rule 176 in Parliament, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said.
    • https://youtu.be/6GqLjZDhvpo
  11. The Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) in the National Capital Region (NCR) has announced a revision in the existing Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). The revised GRAP will come into force from the first of October this year and will be applicable to the entire NCR.
  12. Union Home Minister Amit Shah flagged off Tamil Nadu BJP President Annamalai’s EN MANN, EN MAKKAL (My Land – My People) Padayatra in Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu.
  13. The National Health Authority has launched 100 Microsites Project under Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) to promote digital health adoption and make healthcare more accessible to all.
  14. Punjab government regularised 12,710 contractual teachers on Friday.
  15. GLOBAL KASHMIRI PANDIT DIASPORA FILES APPLICATION IN SC SUPPORTING ABROGATION OF ARTICLE 370: The Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora (GKPD) has filed an intervention application in the Supreme Court on Thursday, July 27, with a plea for dismissing the petition of Shah Faesal and others who are seeking revocation of abrogation of these two ‘undemocratic and unjust laws’.
  16. Dr. Jeewan S Titiyal, Chief of the Dr. R P Centre, AIIMS, New Delhi has appealed to the people not to panic about the rise in cases of Eye Flu or Conjunctivitis in certain parts of the country including Delhi – NCR as the cases are self-limiting.
  17. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has denied the rumors of sabotage in the Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner (APFC) Examination.


Chief Justice of India: Shri Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud
Minister Of Law & Justice: Arjun Ram Meghwal

  1. In Manipur, incidents of violence have been reported in different parts of the State that claimed the lives of two persons while one sustained a bullet injury.
    • According to the Police report, two suspected NSCN-IM cadres were shot dead at Rengpang Village in the Noney district of Manipur.
  2. Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has been asked to take over the probe into the May 4 violence incident in Manipur.
  3. A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Friday acquitted gangster Chhota Rajan on charges of murdering labour union leader Datta Samant, who was shot dead in 1997 by assailants.
  4. BJP worker Shakunthala Nataraj was arrested in Bengaluru for alleged derogatory post against Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah amid Udupi toilet incident. She was responding to a Congress tweet that termed it a communal issue over a prank among kids.
  5. After a 22-year-old female student was allegedly attacked by an iron rod and killed in Delhi’s Malviya Nagar, The deceased, a student of Kamala Nehru College, was attacked in a park outside Sri Aurobindo College. The Man who killed female student was her cousin, wanted to marry her.
  6. A youth was dragged for around 1 km after being tied to a scooty on a busy road in Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly. A CCTV footage of the same surfaced online. The police have launched a probe into the matter, saying that strict action will be taken against the culprits.


Minister: Nirmala Sitharaman.
Commerce & Industry : Piyush Goyal
RBI Gvrnr: Shaktikanta Das
President of the World Bank: Ajay Banga

$ USD ₹ 82.26
💷 GBP ₹ 105.65

GDP rate (2023) : 6.15%
Inflation rate : 4.7%
Population : 141.81 cr (17.7% of the total world population).
Unemployment: 7.8%

BSE Sensex: 66,160.20 −106.62 (0.16%)🔻
NIFTY: 19,646.05 −13.85 (0.070%)🔻

Rates in Financial Capital Mumbai
GOLD: ₹ 60,490/10gm (24 krt)
SILVER: ₹ 76,400/KG


PETROL: ₹ 97/Ltr
DIESEL : ₹ 90/Ltr
CNG : ₹ 74/Ltr
LPG : ₹ 1103/14.2 Kg


PETROL : ₹ 107/Ltr
DIESEL : ₹ 95/Ltr
Auto Gas : ₹ 60/Ltr
CNG : ₹ 79/Ltr
LPG : ₹ 1103/14.2 Kg

  1. US-based Silicon Power will invest ₹1,000 crore to set up a silicon carbide manufacturing plant in the Odisha state. The investment will be made by the company’s Indian unit RIR Power Electronics.
  2. PIRAMAL ENTERPRISES TO BUY BACK ₹1,750 CRORE SHARES AFTER 12 YEARS: Piramal Enterprises announced a share buyback scheme worth ₹1,750 crore at ₹1,250/piece via tender route. The company plans to buy back 5.87% of the total shares and the company’s promoter and promoter group have expressed their intention not to participate in the buyback.
  3. Vedanta Chairman Anil Agarwal said his company and Foxconn remain the “best of friends” and JV didn’t work out due to differences in vision. Meanwhile, Foxconn Chairman & CEO Young Liu said Foxconn remains unwavering in its commitment to India’s semiconductor sector and will continue to work closely with Vedanta in many other industries, particularly in the growing fibre sector.
  4. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has imposed a hefty fine of ₹30 lakh on IndiGo, a prominent Indian airline, for tail strikes during landings. Tail strikes occur when an aircraft’s tail inadvertently touches the runway during landing, posing serious safety concerns.
  5. India’s foreign exchange reserves saw a dip of $1.9 billion, dragging the reserves to $607.03 for the week ending on July 21, Reserve Bank of India’s data showed.


Information and Broadcasting Minister: Shri Anurag Singh Thakur
Chairman of Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC): Prasoon Joshi

  1. The Rajya Sabha on July 27 passed the Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill, 2023 that introduces stringent anti-piracy provisions, expanding the scope of the law from censorship to also cover copyright.
  2. Randeep Hooda confirms he lost 26 kg to play Veer Savarkar, says he followed paleo diet
    (consuming only milk and dates) to lose 26 kg for ‘SWATANTRYA VEER SAVARKAR.
  3. Randy Meisner, a founding member of the ‘Eagles’ and singer of the song ‘Take It to the Limit’, passed away at the age of 77 on Wednesday. He died of complications from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease (COPD).
  4. 75th Annual Emmy Awards, scheduled for September 18, will not be held as planned, due to the writers’ and actors’ strike in Hollywood. USA TODAY has confirmed that the ceremony, hosted by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, will be postponed to January 2024.


Minister: Rajnath Singh
Union Home: Amit Shah
National Security Advisor: Ajit Doval
Chief of Defence Staff:

  1. Indian Naval Ship ‘Khanjar,’ an indigenous Khukri class Missile Corvette will visit Trincomalee from the 29th of July. The ship will conduct interactions on special operations such as Visit-Board-Search and Seizure(VBSS), Gunnery, and Missile Operations.
  2. The Defence Ministry has said that no cases, withdrawn in 2019, are being reopened regarding disability pensions to veterans.

The Ministry has termed the media report in this regard as misleading and factually incorrect. It said, the Ministry has gone for appeal only in those cases where the Medical Boards have clearly stated that injury or disability is Neither Attributable Nor Aggravated (NANA) by military service.

  1. Two Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopters rescued six persons who were stranded atop a JCB in flood-stricken Nainpaka village in Telangana.
  2. An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) designed to detect mines and a first of its kind in the country was launched on Friday. The AUV named ‘Neerakshi’ is a collaboration of Kolkata-based war ship maker Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) Ltd and MSME entity AEPL.
  3. The Indian Navy is gearing up for the trials of what will be its first indigenously-developed, ocean-going multirole unmanned surface vessel (USV) for surveillance and minesweeping.

The boat was jointly designed and developed by the Weapon and Electronic Systems Engineering Establishment (WESEE) and Bharat Electronic Ltd (BEL), along with Goa Shipyard Ltd (GSL).

  1. Aditya-L1, India’s pioneering space mission to explore the Sun, is slated for launch in 2023.


External affairs Minister: Subrahmanyam Jaishankar

  1. 4th and last ECSWG & Environment and Climate Ministers meeting concludes with significant discussions in Chennai.
    • Resource Efficiency Circular Economy Industry Coalition (RECEIC) was launched on the sidelines of the 4th G-20 Environment and Climate Sustainability Working Group (ECSWG).
  2. India and Malaysia discussed wide-ranging issues of mutual interest during the 10th meeting of the Sub Committee on Military Cooperation in New Delhi.
  3. Bankrupt airline Go First has cancelled all flights till July 30 due to “operational reasons”.
  4. Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi, who is on a two-day visit to India, took a ride on the Delhi Metro on Friday. He took a ride to three to four metro stations, the Japanese deputy press secretary said. He arrived in Delhi on Thursday to strengthen the strategic ties between India and Japan.
  5. UK-based women’s group, Women of North East India Support Network (WNESN), held a silent protest march in London over Manipur violence. Protesters wore face masks and carried placards outside the Indian High Commission.


UNO Gen. Secy: António Guterres.

  1. SpaceX on Friday launched 22 Starlink internet satellites, marking the company’s 50th mission of this year. A Falcon 9 rocket carrying the satellites launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Base in Florida.
  2. Russian President Vladimir Putin praises heroism of Russian soldiers repelling attacks in Zaporizhzhia region. The fighting between Russia and Ukraine intensified in the southeastern part of Ukraine.
  3. Greece currently grappling with wildfires; over 40 died. Evacuation orders have been issued for areas close to two central Greek cities threatened by new outbreaks of wildfires.
  4. In Pakistan, at least nine people were killed in rain-related incidents in the last 24 hours.
  5. Six people killed & 27 injured in explosion near Shiite pilgrimage site at Damascus in Syria on 27 Jul.
  6. At least 26 people were killed and 40 rescued after a small boat capsized in a lake near the Philippine capital, July 27.
  7. A Niger Military general Abdourahmane Tchiani declares himself leader after President Mohamed Bazoum removed from power in coup in Niger: Tchiani appeared on state television as the country’s new leader following a military coup.
  8. Four Pakistani state-owned petroleum companies have signed an MoU with Saudi Arabia to build Pakistan’s largest oil refinery with a $10-billion investment in Gwadar Port.


Minister: Shri Anurag Singh Thakur
BCCI president: Roger Binny
Hockey India President: Dilip Tirkey
16th President of the Indian Olympic Association: P. T. Usha

    Asmita Dey, representing Tripura, has achieved remarkable success by securing a gold medal at the Junior Asia Cup Judo Championship hosted in Macau, China.
  2. JAPAN OPEN BADMINTON: India’s Lakshya Sen enters semi-finals in Open Super 750 badminton tournament at Tokyo.
  3. In Cricket, India defeated West Indies by five wickets in the first One Day International of three-match series at Kensington Oval in Barbados.
    • Chasing a target of 115 runs, India overhauled the score, posting 118 for the loss of five wickets in 22.5 overs.
  4. Madhya Pradesh is set to launch its first online gaming industry named “MP State Esports Academy” to provide the young esports player an opportunity and platform.
  5. Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur announces that 1000 Khelo India centres across country will be dedicated to nation in next 3 months.
    • He also said, Events like Khelo India Youth Games, Khelo India University Games, and Khelo India Winter Games have provided platforms to more than 15000 players.
  6. Indian Football Association, governing body of the sport in Bengal, has sent videos of Saikat Sarkar scoring an overhead kick to FIFA for Puskas award consideration. Sarkar scored the kick in the ongoing Calcutta Football League for Aryan FC. The award, named after former Hungarian footballer Ferenc Puskas.
  7. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur will only be eligible to participate in the upcoming Asian Games if India manages to secure a spot in the finals.
    • The ICC T20I rankings have granted India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh direct entry to the quarter-finals. Harmanpreet was recently handed a two-match ban for her public outburst against the umpires during an ODI against Bangladesh.


ODISHA: Bhubaneswar
formerly called as Orissa
Formation of state: 1 April 1936 
Districts: 30
Governor: Ganeshi Lal
CM: Naveen Patnaik (BJD) 
Language – Odia
Bird: Indian roller
Flower: Ashoka
Mammal: Sambar
Tree: Sacred Fig
In India there are 28 states and 8 Union territories.
Population of India: 142 cr (2023)
President of India: Smt Droupadi Murmu
Vice President: Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar
Prime Minister: Shri Narendra Modi
Speaker Lok Sabha: Shri Om Birla (BJP)
Rajyasabha Seats: 245 (233 Elected + 12 Nominated)
Loksabha: 550 members (530 States + 20 Union Territories)
Chief Election Commissioner: Shri Rajiv Kumar



Tripura is a hilly state in northeast India, bordered on 3 sides by Bangladesh. It’s Capital: Agartala . The third-smallest state in the country,

Tripura meaning three cities, but the origin of the name of Tripura is still a matter of controversy among historians and researchers. … Many researchers explain the name ‘Tripura’ from its etymological origin: the word ‘Tripura’ is a compound of two separate words, ‘ tui’ (water) + ‘pra’ (near) which in totality means ‘ near water’.

The area of modern Tripura—ruled for several centuries by the Manikya dynasty —was part of an independent princely state under the protectorate of the British Empire. The independent Tripuri Kingdom (also known as Hill Tippera) joined the newly independent India in 1949. An ancient name of Tripura is Kirat Desh (English: “The land of Kirat”), probably referring to the Kirata Kingdoms or the more generic term Kirata.

Following the independence of India in 1947, Tippera district – the estate in the plains of British India – became a part of East Pakistan, and Hill Tippera remained under a regency council until 1949. The Maharani Regent of Tripura signed the Tripura Merger Agreement on 9 September 1949, as a result of which Tripura became a Part C state of India.

😀Thought of the day

Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success.


Teacher* : Agar Tumhare Pas 15 Apples🍎Hai,
Usme Se
6 Aarti Ko🤷🏻‍♀️
4 Priya Ko🙋🏻‍♀️
Aur 4 Tanu Ko 🙎🏻‍♀️
De DoTo Tumhe Kya Milenge,

Pappu 🤔: 3 New Girl Friends.🙎🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️.🤪😛😝


Why First World War WWI start?*

The First World War feels almost like a murder mystery, the immediate cause was the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the archduke of Austria-Hungary. His death at the hands of Gavrilo Princip – a Serbian nationalist with ties to the secretive military group known as the Black Hand – propelled the major European military powers towards war. The First World War lasted more than four years and killed between 15 and 19 million people.

June 28, 1914 – Gavrilo Princip assassinates Franz Ferdinand.

July 28, 1914 – Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia. That is when their supportive friend Russia, they hoped, would leap to the defense of Serbia, defeat the Habsburg armies, and help the Bosnian Serbs win their independence.

August 2, 1914 – Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and Germany sign a secret treaty of alliance.

August 3, 1914 – Germany declares war on France.

August 4, 1914 – Germany invades Belgium, leading Britain to declare war on Germany.
August 10, 1914 – Austria-Hungary invades Russia.

Many others, including Australia, India and most African colonies, fought at the behest of their imperial rulers. Imperialism was another important trend that helped expand and accelerate the war. Many of the warring countries had imperial objectives in mind when they went to war. Their motives were partly about gaining strategic advantage. Russia hoped to gain control of the Straits of Dardanelles from the Ottoman Empire, giving their fleet access to the Mediterranean Sea for the first time ever. Britain and France wanted control over parts of the Ottoman Empire. Japan joined the war on the side of the Entente (Britain, France, and Russia) because they hoped to seize some German colonies in the Pacific Ocean. This imperialism had an economic motive as well. Empires were looking to seize important trade routes and raw materials from their opponents as well as to gain strategic advantages.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

भगवतानुग्रह प्राप्तिरस्तु

(bhagavat aanugrah praaptirastu): GOD BLESS YOU


🤔 How it works ⁉

x-ray machines produce a stream of electromagnetic radiation that interacts with an anode in an x-ray tube. The x-rays made by this interaction are then directed toward the part of the body being examined. X-rays can pass through nonmetallic objects, including human tissues and organs. An x-ray machine is like a giant camera that allows doctors to see what is going on inside a patient without having to do surgery.

When x-rays come into contact with our body tissues, they produce an image on a metal film. Soft tissue, such as skin and organs, cannot absorb the high-energy rays, and the beam passes through them. Dense materials inside our bodies, like bones, absorb the radiation. Much like camera film, the X-ray film develops depending on which areas were exposed to the X-rays.
1895, German physicist Wilhelm Roentgen was experimenting with electricity in a special tube. He wanted to find out how electricity would act in a vacuum. For that reason, Roentgen removed as much air from the tube as possible. That allowed electrons to move at a very fast pace through the tube.

As the electrons moved, they bumped into each other. They also ran into the glass of the tube and two special parts of the tube called the cathode and anode. What Roentgen didn’t know was that, when these fast-paced electrons bumped into the tube’s anode, they would send off a type of light that hadn’t yet been discovered. This type of light is called an x-ray.

X-rays are a type of light ray, much like the visible light we see every day. The difference between visible light and x-rays is the wavelength of the rays. Human eyes cannot see light with longer wavelengths, such as radio waves, or light with shorter wavelengths, such as x-rays.

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Amphibians* are vertebrate animals that live both in water and on land. Frogs, toads and salamanders are examples of amphibians. Amphibians are able to respire through their skin, and the young of all species of amphibians begin life with gills in the water.


JRD Tata or Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata (29 July 1904 – 29 November 1993) was an Indian aviator, entrepreneur, chairman of Tata Group and the shareholder of Tata Son.

His mother Suzanne Brière was the first woman in India to drive a car. JRD Tata became the first licensed pilot in India in 1929.


Laugh in Their Sleeves: To laugh quietly and secretly at others’ mistakes.

दूसरों की गलतियों पर चुपचाप और चुपके से हंसना।
Commendable, Praiseworthy

Despicable, servile


(Kindly inform, if given info is differ from actual facts🙏🏻)

The word ” Veda ” means knowledge and it is divided into a structural pattern of four distinct categories which is the foundation of the caste system in India.

The oldest of all Vedas are Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and lastly Atharvaveda . Brahmins once in an annual year perform the Rigveda Upakarna ceremony on a specific date and time. As per the Hindu calendar, the Rigveda Upakarna 2021 shall be celebrated this 12 months on July 26, Sunday. The Rigveda Upakarna 2021 rituals shall be noticed within the holy month of Shravana throughout the Shukla Paksha interval. On the event of Rigveda Upakarna 2021, Rig Vedic Brahmins will change their scared threads( JANEU) from an outdated to a brand new one adopted by some rituals. The Rigveda Upakarna significance is much higher in states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana, Karnata and Andhra Pradesh. In Tamil Nadu state, the Rigveda Upakarna ritual is called “Avani Avittam.


(Note: These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)

Bay Leaf (Tej Patta)

Bay leaves have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, neuroprotective and analgesic properties.
Bay leaves are a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. …

They have been proven to be useful in the treatment of migraines.

Bay Leaf contains enzymes that help to breakdown proteins and digest food faster, helping to calm indigestion.

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