List of 19 most famous and historic battles fought in India (Datewise)

Brief History: The Indian battles era began in the mid of 11 century due to the intrusion of Mughal and Afghan emperors into Indian subcontinent. Later, hundreds of other wars have been fought in Indian homelands between various regional kingdoms. In short, all major or small wars were generally due to the result of the opening of Indian lands to colonization, with no proper and settle boundaries. The battle listed below involve four of the biggest empires to rule over the Indian subcontinent — The Mughals, Mauryas, Marathas and the British East India Company. Each historic battle is listed with important dates and victor order format providing you the sequence of important battle date-wise. The following list enumerates only those battles that took place in Indian homeland.


  1. Battle of Tarain

    It was the first ever battle in medieval Indian History which was fought in the year 1191. This war was fought at Tarain near Thaneswar. In this war Prithviraj chauhan, emperor of Chauhan Dynasty defeated the Mohammad of Ghori, the sultan of Ghurid Empire.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 1191
    Battlefield: Tarain
    Winner: Prithviraj chauhan
    Loser: Mohammad of Ghori

  2. Second Battle of Tarain

    Following year in 1192 Mohammad Ghori again attached Prithvi Raj at same Tarain battlefield as in the first year. This time Prithvi Raj was defeated.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 1192
    Battlefield: Tarain
    Winner: Mohammad Ghori
    Loser: Prithvi Raj Chauhan

  3. Battle of Chandawar

    Ghori further wanted to extend his empire in India by defeating large kingdom. So he attached Jaichandra empire in chandawar. In this battle Jaichandra was beaten by Mohammad Ghori.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 1194
    Battlefield: Chandawar
    Winner: Mohammad Ghori
    Loser: Jaichandra

  4. First Battle of Panipat

    At this era, north India was ruled by Ibrahim Lodi of the Lodi dynasty. Babur (first mughal emperor) drew his attention to create his empire in India. He attached lodi dynasty and defeated the Army of Afghans and also killed their king Ibrahim Lodi.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 21-April-1526
    Battlefield: Panipat
    Winner: Babur
    Loser: Sultan Ibrahim Lodhi

  5. Battle of Khanwa

    Mewar region was ruled by brave Rajputs. Mewar Rana Sanga (the ruler) was very popular and rich rajput of Mewar. Babur had his eye on Mewar dynasty. He attacked and defeated Rana Sanga in the battlefield.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 17-March-1527
    Battlefield: Khanwa
    Winner: Babur
    Loser: Rana Sanga

  6. Battle of Chanderi

    Babur didn’t stop there, subsequent year he attached Chanderi dynasty, which was again a cartel of the Rajputs under Medini Rai. On 20th January 1528 Babur marched against chanderi and defeated Medini Rai.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 20 Jan 1528
    Battlefield: Chanderi
    Winner: Babur
    Loser: Medini Rai of Chanderi

  7. Battle of Ghagra or Gogara

    It was the last war of Babur in India. The battle was fought with the Afghans under the leadership of Sultan Mahmud Lodi and Sultan Nusrat Shah (Sultans of Bengal). Babur defeated and dispersed Afghans.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 6 May 1529
    Battlefield: Ghagra
    Winner: Babur
    Loser: Afghans

  8. Battle of Chausa

    The war of Chausa took place between Mughal Emperor Humayun and Sher Shah Suri (Sher Khan). Humayun was defeated in Chausa War by Sher Shah Suri, but Humayun, the king escaped by crossing over the river.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 26 June 1539
    Battlefield: Chausa
    Winner: Shershah Suri
    Loser: Humayun

  9. Battle of Kannauj or Billgram

    Sher Shah Suri following year attached Humayun force and this time again Humayun escaped from the battle field, and for next 15 years he lived like a wanderer. Suri defeated him easily and occupied Agra city.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 17 May 1540
    Battlefield: Kannauj
    Winner: Shershah Suri
    Loser: Humayun

  10. Battle for Delhi

    This battle was fought between the Akbar (Mughals emperor) and Hindu emperor Hem Chandra Vikramaditya (Hemu) in year 1556. In this Hem Chandra Vikramaditya defeated Mughals under Akbar leadership and got the title of ‘Vikramaditya’ of North India.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 7 October 1556
    Battlefield: Delhi (Tughlaqabad Fort Area)
    Winner: Hem Chandra Vikramaditya
    Loser: Akbar

  11. Second Battle of Panipat

    In the same year 1556 after a month Akbar again attacked Vikramaditya to take revenge of this first defeat and this time by far defeated Vikramaditya and Akbar reoccupied Delhi.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 5-November-1556
    Battlefield: Panipat
    Winner: Akbar
    Loser: Hem Chandra Vikramaditya

  12. Battle of Bannihatti or Tallikota

    Unified Army of five Deccan Sultanates from south India defeated the Vijayanagara Army and Vijayanagara General Ramaraju was killed in the battlefield.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 23 January 1565
    Battlefield: Bannihatti
    Winner: Ali adilshah and four others
    Loser: Aliya Rama Raya

  13. Battle of Haldighati

    The historic battle fought on 18 June 1576 between cavalry and archers supporting the Rana of Mewar, Maharana Pratap; and the Mughal emperor Akbar’s forces, led by Man Singh I of Amber. This war is considered as one of the most momentous events in the history of the Rajputs, which lasted for only 4 hours.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 08 June, 1576
    Battlefield: Haldighati
    Winner: Akbar
    Loser: Rana Pratap Singh

  14. First Carnatic War

    This war was fought between British (with help of Indian king in using their Troops) and French armies. The battles were centered round two fields Carnatic and Hyderabad. French occupied Madras, later returned it to British.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year from: 1745–1748
    Battlefield: Carnatic
    Winner: French East India Company
    Loser: British East India Company

  15. Second Carnatic War

    French army under the command of Duplex fought with British and British won. French loss their expanding opportunities and continued as trading community in India. In 1755 they made a provisional treaty.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year from: 1749–1754
    Battlefield: Carnatic
    Winner: British East India Company
    Loser: French East India Company

  16. Third Carnatic War

    In 1758 French occupied Fort Saint David. But defeated at Wandiwasi (1760). Britishers won.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year from: 1756–1763
    Battlefield: Carnatic & some part of Hyderabad
    Winner: British East India Company
    Loser: French East India Company

  17. Battle of Plassey

    British Army under the command of Robert Clive fought with Bengal Nawab Siraz-ud-daula and British won and Mir Jafar was made Nawab. Siraz-ud-daula,while he was unarmed was killed mercilessly by Muhammad Beg, a person who was under his asylum.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 23 June 1757
    Battlefield: Plassey
    Winner: British under Clive
    Loser: Siraj ud-Daulah

  18. Third Battle of Panipat

    The war was fought between two empires – Durrani Empire Vs Maratha Empire. The battle is considered one of the largest fought in the 18th century, and has perhaps the largest number of victims in a single day reported between two armies.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 14 January 1761
    Battlefield: Panipat
    Winner: Durrani Empire
    Loser: Maratha Empire

  19. Battle of Buxar

    British army under the command of Major Manri defeated the combined army of Mir Kasim nawab of Bengal, Shuja-ud-daulah nawab of Awadh, Sha Alam, Mughal emperor.
    In Brief:
    Battle fought Year: 22 October 1764
    Battlefield: Buxar
    Winner: Sir Hector Munro commander of British forces
    Loser: Nawab Mir Qasim, Shah Alam II and Shuja-ud-Daula

Top latest SMS for all festivals and occasions in India

SMS is most extensively used mobile data application today in India. It was estimated that more than half a billion mobile active users in India (which is about 60% of all mobile phone subscribers) send SMS at the end of 2014 becoming a huge commercial industry, earning $9.6 billion countrywide in that year.

Sending SMS on festivals or for any Occasion to our dear ones is one of the prime task we do early in the first light. Mobile message are very easy and straight way to gratitude or bless anyone just by sending few kind lines of text. And that is a reason we send message on almost all events to our love ones.

Below we have listed top best SMS messages for all important occasion and tried our level best to appraise the beauty of these messages by showing it in English as well as in Hindi.

Top Happy New Year SMS Message

  1. Years come and go, but this year I specially wish for you a double dose of health & happiness topped with loads of good fortune. Have a great year ahead! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
  2. May this new year be a step forward, in leading you to new adventures, New roads to explore and new success to reach. Happy New Year!
  3. Nights are Dark but Days are Light, Wish your Life will always be Bright. So my Dear don’t get Fear Cause, God Gift us a “BRAND NEW YEAR”. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
  4. The Last Night Of 2013 Will End Soon But The First Day Of 2014 Will Dawn Soon. I Wish You Complete Peace, Happiness And Courage In This New Year. Happy New Year!
  5. In ‘The Universal Bank of God’… God stores his blessings & deposited 365 days full of love,faith & happiness for you… So,Enjoy spending… Happy New Year.

Top Happy Diwali SMS & Messages

  1. May the Colorful Light of Diwali Spread into your Life, Peace, Prosperity, Happiness and Good Health.
    Happy Diwali!!!
  2. Sukh sampada aapke jivan mein aaye,
    Laxmi ji aapke ghar mein saamye,
    Bhool kar bhee aap ke jivan main,
    Aage kabhi bhee ek dukh na aaye…
  3. This Diwali, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and may your trouble be as small as his mouse.
    Happy Diwali
  4. Light a lamp of love!
    Blast a chain of sorrow!
    Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
    Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
    Wish you and your family SPARKLING DIWALI
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Top Happy Birthday SMS or Messages

  1. May you have all the joy your heart can hold,
    All the blessings a life can unfold,
    All the smiles a day can bring,
    May you have Gods best in everything.
    Wishingyoua Happy Birthday
  2. Let the God decorate each
    golden ray of the sun reaching u
    with wishes of success,
    happiness and prosperity for u,
    wish you a super duper happy birthday.
  3. Another year older
    And what can I say
    Other than I love u
    On your special day
    Happy Birthday….
  4. Whose birthday is today?
    It belongs to a special person Who is reading this message Sent with beautiful wishes from Someone who has been blessed By his friendship and good personality.
    Happy birthday……………!!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Wishing the most exciting,
    the most fascinating and the
    most arresting Birthday ever
    to the most overwhelming,
    unstoppable and inspiring person.

Top Marriage Anniversary SMS 

  1. Best wishes to you on your anniversary,
    May the love that you share Last your lifetime through,
    As you make a wonderful pair.
    Happy Wedding Anniversary
  2. To the beautiful couple in all the land,
    May your anniversary be Happy and Grand.
    Happy Anniversary
  3. On this special day,
    best wishes go to you,
    that this wonderful love you share,
    lasts your life time through.
    Happy anniversary to you my Love
  4. How true my feelings were
    I found out to be The best thing
    in my life Was when you married me
    Thank you my loving wife( or loving Husband),
    For the years we share I know one
    thing for sure We make a wonderful pair

Top Republic Day SMS/Message

  1. This is the country of colors and faith in spirituals. Lets this Republic day reminds us for the work and life given by our leaders to safe and happy life.
    HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY
  2. Still Sleeping? The nation need you! You need to be Awaken! You are part of world’s biggest Democracy.. Today is the day when We got our own constitution..
    Its Indian Republic Day
  3. DESH bahkto ke balidaan se, SWATNATRA hoye hai hum.. koi puche kon ho to GRAV se kahnge bhartiya hai ham..
    **HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY**
  4. Watan ki sar bulandi me, humara naam shamil, Guzarte rehna hai humko sada ese mukamo se. Saare jahan se achchha Hindusitan humara-humara, Wish you a very happy Republic
  5. Aao jhuk kar salam kare unko, jinke hisse me ye mukam aata hai, khusnasib hota hai wo khoon jo desh ke kaam aata hai,
    *HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY*

Top Valentine’s Day SMS or Message

  1. My heart is made to love you
    My lips are made to kiss you
    My eyes are made to see you
    My hands are made to hold you
    Every part of me wants you
    Because I am made just for you
    “HAPPY VALENTINE”S DAY”
  2. A candle may melt
    and it’s fire may die,
    but the love you have
    given me will always
    stay as a flame in my heart.
    “HAPPY VALENTINE”S DAY”
  3. If a butterfly comes close to you,
    if a purfumed rose touches your face,
    if your mobile dances on a nice tone,
    remember its me trying to say you
    happy valentine’s day 2016
  4. I love my eyes when you look into them,
    I love my name when you say it,
    I love my heart when you love it,
    I love my life when you are in it.
    “HAPPY VALENTINE”S DAY”
  5. I have a heart and that is true,
    But now it has gone from me to you,
    So care for it just like I do,
    Cause I have no heart and you have two.

Top Holi SMS and Messages

  1. Best wishes to you for a Holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for long. Happy Holi!
  2. Rangon se bhi rangeen zindagi
    hai humari, rangeeli rahe yeh bandagi hai
    humari, kabhi na bigde ye pyar ki
    rangoli, aye mere yaar aisi
    HAPPY HOLI.
  3. I may not put colors on your
    face in this colorful festival
    I’m praying God to add more
    and more colors inyourbeautiful life
    Happy Holi
  4. A true and caring relation doesn’t have to speak loud, a soft sms is just enough to express the heartiest feelings. Enjoy the Indian festival of Holi with lot of fun.
  5. May god spray colours of success,
    prosperity and positivity over
    you and your family & fill your
    each moment with love And
    Happiness Happy Holi.

Top Mother’s Day SMS

  1. You deserve all of the honour and praise for all that you do. You are an excellent mother and sister. You are loved more than you may ever know! Happy Mother’s Day!
  2. When you feel you are alone in the crowd,
    When you think no one can understand you,
    When your love is rejected by others,
    & when you hate your Life,
    Just close your eyes, & see, her face who loves you
    more than any one else,
    who care for you in loneliness,
    & dies when you cry.
    She is no one, but your sweet loving mother.
    Love your mom first and always.
  3. Your arms were always open when I needed a hug.
    Your heart understood when I needed a friend.
    Your gentle eyes were stern when I needed a lesson.
    Your strength and love has guided me and gave me wings to fly.
    To My loving Mom “I love you so much mum & thanks for making me! what I’m today.”
    Happy Mothers day.
  4. My Mother, my friend so dear
    Throughout my life you’re always near
    A tender smile to guide my way
    You’re the sunshine to light my day
  5. I love you
    And care for you
    Very much My
    Adorable Nice
    Always Loving Mom!
    Wish you a very happy mothers day

Top Father’s Day SMS & Message

  1. You’ve seen me laugh
    You’ve seen me cry
    And always you were there with me
    I may not have always said it
    But thanks and I love you
    Happy Father’s Day
  2. Dad, wishing you a box of happiness
    Today, tomorrow and always
    With all my love!
    Happy Fathers Day
  3. I wishyouall the best in life and long life.
    U r the reason i’m here and everything what i am.
    Thank youforwhatyoudoneforme.
    Happy father’s day

Top Ramzan/ Eid Mubarak SMS

  1. Happy EID-Mubarak to all of you A Wonderful One..!! To Help Make Your Eid Friendship And Fun Light Hearted Moments Of Bright, Happy Things Warm, Happy Hours And That This Eid Day Brings
  2. When My Arms Cant Reach People Close To My Heart.
    I Always Hug Them With My Prayers.
    May Allahs Peace Be With You.
    A Very Happy Eid Mubarak!
  3. May the day delight
    and the moments measure all the special joys
    for all of you to treasure.
    May the year ahead
    be fruitful too,
    for your home and family
    and specially for you.
    EID MUBARAK
  4. We Muslims Came All Together Shoulder To Shoulder
    It’s the Time
    We Muslims
    Share the Love
    Share Our Believe
    Happy Eid Mubarak.
  5. A Pray For You From The Most Inner Part Of My Heart. . .
    May Allah Be With You At Every Step You Take;
    May Allah Guide You In Each Decision You Make;
    May Allah Help You When Life Gets Rough;
    May Allah Bless You With More Than Enough;
    May Allah Protect You When You Fall;
    May Allah Hear You When You Call;
    May Allah Sooth Your Heart When You Don’t Understand;
    May You Always Be In Allah’s Loving Hands. . .
    “Ameen” and Eid Mubarak !!!

Top Friendship Day SMS/Messages

  1. 1 Advice – Don’t change
    1 Request – Take care
    1 Wish – Don’t forget me
    1 Lie – I hate u
    1 Truth – I miss u
    1 Hope – We’ll always be Gud Friends.
  2. Loyalty to friends and loyalty to certain basic
    principles are essential to success in any sphere.
    My best wishes and Happy Freindship Day!
  3. Age appears to be best in some things.
    Old wood best to burn.
    Old books best to read.
    Old rice best to eat and
    Old friends best to keep.

Top Raksha Bandhan/ Rakhi SMS Messages

  1. May this auspicious occasion bring you all the prosperity and good luck in your way of your life brother . Happy Rakshabandhan to you…
  2. Sister is someone who is caring and sharing.
    Sister can understand things you never said.
    She can understand pain,
    which is not visible to anyone.
    I love my sister.
  3. Near of far whereveryour,
    My best wishes r with U,
    Tum jiyo hazaron saal,
    May success & joy be yours everyday,
    Yehi hai meri wish dil se!
    “Happy Raksha Bandhan”
  4. I wishyou“HAPPY RAKHI” and
    I pray to God foryourprosperous life.
    May you find all the delights of life,
    mayyourall dreams come true.
    My best wishes will always be with you
    and I wish that u’ll always shower your blessings on me.
  5. Sky is blue, feel this hue, my love is for you Bhaiya…always true. Loads of good wishes for Raksha Bandhan

Top Happy Independence Day SMS and Messages

  1. This Nation
    Will Remain The Land
    Of The Free Only So
    Long As It Is The
    Home Of The Braves & Soldiers..
    Happy Independence Day
  2. Thousands laid down their lives so
    that our country is breathing this day
    Never forget their sacrifice…
    Happy Independence Day
  3. On Independence Day
    Here’s wising our dreams of a new
    tomorrow come true for us…
    NOW AND ALWAYS!
  4. On Independence Day Here’s wising our dreams of a new tomorrow come true for us… NOW AND ALWAYS!
  5. Freedom is a Precious gift of God.
    May We Always Remain Independent.
    A Very Happy Independence Day To u.

Top Janmashtami SMS Messages

  1. Knahhaiya hamare dulare,
    Wahi sabse pyare,
    Makhan ke liye jhagad jaye,
    Gopiya dekhkar akrshit ho jaye,
    Lekin sabke rakhwale,
    Tabhi to sabhi ke dulare
    Happy Janmashtmi….
  2. May you find your love on this Janmashtmi and Gopis may shower all their love and affection on your body and soul!
    Happy Krishna Janmashtmi!
  3. May Lord Krishna steal all your tensions and worries on this Janmashtmi! And give you all the love, peace and happiness!
    Happy Janmashtmi!
  4. May the Natkhat Nand Lal always give you happiness, health & prosperity; and may you find peace in Krishna consciousness!
    Happy Janmashtami!

Top Ganesh Chaturthi SMS and Messages

  1. 1. Modak for energy and taste
    2. Boondi Laddoo to drown your sorrows and
    3. Peda to relish worldly offerings
    Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!
  2. May Lord Ganesha gives you:
    A rainbow for every storm;
    A smile for every tear;
    A promise for every care;
    And an answer to every prayer!
    Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!
  3. Bakthi Ganapati
    Sakthi Ganapati
    Siddhi Ganapati
    Lakshmi Ganapati
    Maha Ganapati
    May this Ganesh Chaturthi brings you Bakthi, Shakthi, Siddhi, Laskhmi and Maha Samriddhi!
  4. May Lord Ganesha
    Remove the Obstacles of your life;
    Provide you with auspicious Beginnings;
    Inspire you with creativity;
    And bless you with intellect and wisdom!
    Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!
  5. May Lord Ganesha bless you with worldly bounties and keep you and your family protected from obstacles at all times!
    Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!

Top Happy Dussehra SMS or Messages

  1. I PRAY THIS DUSSEHRA SHOWERS UPON U….!
    1. SHANTI
    2. SHAKTI
    3. SAIYAM
    4. SAMMAAN
    5. SARALTA
    6. SAFALTA
    7. SAMRIDHI
    8. SANSKAAR
    9. SWAASTHYA.
    *Happy Dassara*
  2. Ravan Jalao.
    Burai ko aag lagao.
    Acchai ko apnao.
    Happy DUSSEHRA…..
  3. Everyday sun rise to give us a message that
    darkness will always be beaten by light.
    Let us follow the same natural rule and
    enjoy the festival of good defeats evil.
    Happy Dussehra….!!!!
  4. A time for celebration, A time for victory
    of good over bad, A time when world see the
    example of power of good. Let us continue
    the same “true” spirit. Blessing of Dussehra
  5. Celebrate the victory of the forces of good over Evil.
    Lets celebrate an auspicious day to begin new things in
    life….HAPPY DUSSERA….!!!

Top Navratri SMS and Messages

  1. When The Beautiful Nature Is Back In Its Glorious Era
    After The Floods And Scorching Sun,
    This Is The Time To Thank And Take The Blessings Of Goddess Durga. Wishing You A Happy And Prosperous Durga Pooja!
  2. Riding On A Ferocious Lion Comes Maa Durga
    To Vanquish Evil And Shower Her Blessings,
    Let This Festival Of Navaratri Begin With Devotion, Love, Grace And Fun.
    Wish You All A Happy Navaratri
  3. All Evil Is Destroyed,
    Goodness Is Victorious.
    May This Same Eternal Truth
    Be Reflected In Your Own Life,
    Wishing You And Your Loved Ones Love,
    Luck, Happiness And Health This Durga Puja
    And All Through The Year.
  4. Our Mother Is Coming Home.
    It Is Time To Rejoice.
    It Is Time To Enjoy.
    It Is Time To Spread Goodwill.
    May You Have A Glorious Durga Puja
    With Family And Friends.
    May Ma Durga’s Choicest Blessings Be Showered On All.
    A Very Happy Durga Puja.

Top Happy Bhai Dooj SMS Messages

  1. May this Bhai Dooj strengthen our bond more than ever and bring joy and prosperity. Best wishes for Bhai Dooj.
  2. You know that you are the most precious stone,
    In the collection of my secret treasure,
    Wishing you very Happy Bhai Dooj
    And best of luck for everything.
  3. You were always my best friend,
    Looking out for me, making sure
    The path I travelled on was smooth.
    Even if I searched the world over,
    There cannot be a better brother than you.
    Happy Bhai Dooj!
  4. To the outside world we all grow old,
    But we know each other as we always were.
    We know each other’s heart.
    We live outside the touch of time.
    Happy Bhai Dooj!

Top Guru Nanak Jayanti SMS or Messages

  1. Man Mein Sincho Har Har Naam Andar Kirtan, Hor Guun Gaam Aisi Preet Karo Man Mere Aath Pehar Prab Jano Nehre Kaho guru Ja Ka Nirmal Bhaag Har Charnee Ta Ka Man Laag.
  2. Kissi Ne Pucha Tera Gharbaar Kitna Hai Kissi Ne Pucha Tera Karobaar Kitna Hai Kssi Ne Pucha Tera Parivaar Kitna Hai Koi Virla Hi Puch Da Hai, Tera Guru Naal Pyaar Kitna Hai…
  3. Satguru nanak pargateya miti dhund jag chaanan hova guru nanak dev ji de prakash utsav di lakh lakh vadhayee sabhnu.
  4. Raj karega khalsa, aakee rehae naa koe, Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh! Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti….!
  5. Nanak naam jahaaz hai, jo chadhe so uttre paar Jehda thalle reh gaya, Nanak nahi jimme vaar! Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti!!

Top Merry Christmas SMS/Messages

  1. The Holiday Season
    Is Full Of Good Cheer And Warm Hearts;
    May It Fill Your Hearts With Joy!
    Happy Christmas Holidays
  2. Let Us Celebrate Christmas
    And New Year With Peace In Our Hearts,
    Joy Within Us And Prosperity All Around!
  3. May Abundance And Peace
    Be With You This Christmas And May Joy
    Love And Happiness Abide In Your Home.
  4. May The Happiness The Beauty Of Christmas
    Cover You And Paint You
    With Special Happiness And Enjoy
    The Love Of Holy Raise
  5. The Spirit Of Christmas
    Is All About Fun,
    Love Joy Reminding Us
    That Christianity Is Deeply Rooted
    To Christ Share Your Love
    With The Less Fortunate
    During This Christmas Eve

Top Love SMS & Messages

  1. Everyone In Your Life Wants
    To Be The Sunshine That Lights Up Your World,
    But I Prefer To Be The Moon
    And The Stars So I May Glow
    And Light Your Path
    During The Darkest Moment Of Your Life.
  2. If You Asked Me How Love Looks Like,
    I Will Say “Like You.”
    If You Asked Me The Taste Of Love,
    I Will Say “Like Your Lips”
    And If You Asked How Love Feels,
    I Will Say “Like Your Touch.”
    Because Are All Love Is About.
  3. Your Friendship Gives Me
    The Warmth I Need When The Seasons Of My Life
    re Filled With Cold
    Because You Rap Your Arms Around Me.
  4. Distance Hurts But What We Can Do,
    Unable To Come, Unable To Run,
    We Are After All Bound To Stay Far.
    The Time Will Come Very Soon;
    We’ll Together See Sun And Moon.
  5. Miles Away, Miles Far,
    Without You My Life Seems Like A Blizzard.
    Thought Of Being Far From You Makes Me Scream,
    To Be Along With You Is All I Dream.

Top Best Wishes SMS & Messages

  1. Rain of summer, snow of winter,
    grace of autumn, glory of spring,
    May beauty of every season
    giveyourheart a beautiful reason two smile.
    May God suceedyouin every exams ofyourlife.
    Good luck & all the best
  2. When things go wrong…
    when sadness fillsyourheart…
    when tears flow inyoureyes…always remember three things
    1—GOD
    2—ur parents
    3—my sincere prayers…..
    GOOD LUCK & God bless u.
  3. Are you hungry?
    Never mind I have two bowls,
    1 for wishes and
    1 for luck.
    Wishes are mine and
    luck is yours.
    you can take it or leave it,
    choice is yours.

List of all Presidents of India (with images)

Brief History: President, according to Constitution of India, is affirmed as:

  • The first citizen of India.
  • Executive head of the Parliament (supreme legislative body of India comprises of two houses – lok sabha & Rajya Sabha).
  • Head of Judiciary of India.
  • Head of Indian Armed Forces.

The most important job of the President is to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution and the Law of India. He does not represent or under influence of any political party.

President in India is directly elected through members of the Parliament as well as members of Vidhan Sabha (State Legislative Assemblies). He is elected for tenure of five years. According to Article 53 of the Constitution of India, President can exercise his powers to dissolve or command the two Houses of Parliament. Even Bills when passed by the Parliament can turn out to be laws only if President gives his consent. The President appoints Prime Minister and other members of the Council of Ministers. He also appoints chief justice and the Chiefs of all branches of the armed forces. President being the Chief of the Defense forces of India can declare war or announce a state of emergency in the state. He can even diminish the salaries of all government Department (including judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts) in case of a financial emergency. President of India lives in the home in New Delhi known as the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Below is the list of 14 presidents of India since the beginning of the constitution in 1950 and after winning a Presidential election.

Dr. Rajendra Prasad1.) Dr. Rajendra Prasad – born on 3 December 1884 was the first President of the Republic of India. He grew in Zeradai, in the Siwan district of Bihar. He was a lawyer by training, a political leader from Indian National Congress Party and major part of Indian independence movement. He was the great follower of Mahatma Gandhi and took part in Salt Satyagraha in 1931 and the Quit India movement in 1942. When India became a Republic in 1950, Prasad was elected as first President by the electoral academy of the first Parliament of India and its state legislatures. As President, Prasad established a tradition of non-partisanship and independence for the office-bearer, and retired from Congress party politics. Prasad was re-elected as the president, becoming the only president to have been in the office twice. His tenure period was of 12 years from 26.01.1950 to 13.05.1962.


Dr S. Radhakrishnan2.) Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – born on 5 September 1888 was the first Vice President of India (1952–1962) and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967. He was India’s most illustrious scholars of philosophy. His philosophy was stranded in Advaita Vedanta. He defended Hinduism against ignorant Western criticism, giving Hindu an identity and earned a reputation as a bridge-builder between India and the West. Radhakrishnan was awarded with several high honors during his life, including Bharat Ratna (the highest civilian award in India) in 1954. He was appointed as the vice chancellor of the Andhra University and Banaras Hindu University. He was also made a Knight of the Golden Army of Angels by Pope Paul VI. His birthday is celebrated in India as Teachers’ Day on 5 September as he believed that “teachers should be the best minds in the country.


Dr. Zakir Husain3.) Dr. Zakir Husain – was the third President of India, from 13 May 1967 until his death in office, during his tenure, on 3 May 1969. He was born on 8 February 1897 in Telangana State. Dr. Husain was the country’s first Muslim president. He previously served as Governor of Bihar from 1957 to 1962 and as Vice President of India from 1962 to 1967. He went to Germany to obtain a PhD from the Frederick William University of Berlin in Economics. Being an educationist and intellectual he at the age of 23 founded a National Muslim University. Dr. Husain was also co-founder of Jamia Milia Islamia, serving as its Vice Chancellor from 1928. Under Husain, Jamia became closely associated with the Indian freedom movement. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest national honour, in 1963.


Varahagiri Venkata Giri4.) V.V. Giri – Varahagiri Venkata Giri was the fourth President of the Republic of India from 24 August 1969 to 24 August 1974. Born on 10 August 1894 in Odisha, Giri completed his education at Khallikote Autonomous College in Berhampur and the University College in Dublin. After returning to India he joined the Indian National Congress Party and became active in the trade union movement. He was a founding member of the All India Railway Federation and twice president of the All India Trade Union Congress. Giri is the only person to have served both as an acting president and president of India. He was a recipient of the Bharat Ratna, and has functioned as Indian Minister of Labour and High Commissioner to Sri Lanka.


Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed5.) Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed – born on 13 May 1905 in Delhi was the fifth President of India from 1974 to 1977. He died in 1977 before his term of office ended, and was the second Indian president to die in office. He met Jawaharlal Nehru in England while pursuing his studies at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge in 1925. He joined the Indian National Congress and actively participated in the Indian freedom movement. After Independence he was elected to the Rajya Sabha and thereafter became Advocate-General of the Government of Assam. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Pristina, in Kosovo, in 1975, during his visit to Yugoslavia.


Neelam Sanjiva Reddy6.) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy – born on 19 May 1913 in Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh was the sixth President of India, serving from year 1977 to 1982. Starting a long political career with the Congress party in the Indian independence struggle, he went on to hold several vital offices in free India – as the first Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, a two-time Speaker of the Lok Sabha and a Union Minister, before becoming the youngest-ever Indian president. He worked with Prime Ministers Morarji Desai, Charan Singh and Indira Gandhi. On the occasion of India’s thirtieth anniversary of Independence, Reddy announced that he would be moving out of the Rashtrapati Bhawan to a smaller place in reverence to poor Indian masses and somehow save huge maintenance charges.


Giani Zail Singh7.) Gyani Zail Singh – born 5 May 1916 in Faridkot district in Punjab, was the seventh President of India, serving from the year 1982 to 1987. Earlier to his presidency, he was a politician and the prime leader in Indian National Congress party. He held numerous ministerial posts in the Union Cabinet, including that of Home Minister. It was much said in media that he was without consent designated to serve as the President of India, as being closed to Indira Gandhi and as her loyalist rather than being commendable. His presidency was marked by Operation Blue Star, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, and the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. He died of injuries in 1994 after a car accident.


R Venktaraman8.) Ramaswamy Venkataraman – born 4 December 1910 in Tamil Nadu was the eighth President of India. He became the 8th President of India and served the nation from year 1987 to 1992. He studied law and practiced in the Madras High Court and after in Supreme Court of India. Later, received the Doctorate of Law from University of Madras and from Nagarjuna University. In his young age, he took active part in Indian Struggle to independence and contributed in the Quit India Movement. He was appointed member of the Constituent Assembly and the provisional cabinet. He was elected to Lok Sabha four times and served as Defence Minister and Union Finance Minister.


Shankar Dayal Sharma9.) Shankar Dayal Sharma –born 19 August 1918 in Bhopal, was the ninth President of India, serving from the year 1992 to 1997. Before his presidency, he was Chief Minister of Bhopal and Cabinet Minister for various portfolios such as Education, Law, Public Works, Industry & Commerce, National Resources and Separate Revenue. He was the President of the Indian National Congress in 1972–1974. The International Bar Association presented him the highest award as “Living Legend of Law” of Recognition for his outstanding contribution to the legal profession internationally and for commitment to the rule of law.


K.R. Narayanan10.) K.R. Narayanan – Kocheril Raman Narayanan was born on 27 October 1920 in Kottayam district in Kerala. He was the tenth President of India. He studied journalism and political science at the London School of Economics. He served as ambassador to Japan, United Kingdom, Thailand, Turkey, China and US before becoming the president. He entered politics at Indira Gandhi’s request and won three successive general elections to the Lok Sabha and served as a Minister of State in the Union Cabinet under former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Narayanan is watched as an independent and self-confident President who set numerous examples and enlarged the scope of the highest constitutional office.


A. P. J. Abdul Kalam11.) A. P. J. Abdul Kalam – Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam was born 15 October 1931 in Tamil Muslim family. He was an Indian scientist and bureaucrat who served as the 11th President of India from the year 2002 to 2007. He came from a poor background and started working at an early age to complement his family’s income. Before becoming President, he worked as an Aerospace engineer with Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). He played a principal role in the development of India’s powerful missile and nuclear weapons. He has received several prestigious awards, including the Bharat Ratna. He was lovingly known as the People’s President.


Pratibha Patil12.) Pratibha Patil – was born on 19 December 1934 in Maharashtra. She was the first woman to hold the office as the 12th President of India. She defeated her rival Bhairon Singh Shekhawat to become the president from the year 2007 to 2012. She retired from the office in July 2012. She saw various controversies like, transforming the death sentences of 35 petitioners to life and spending more money on foreign trips and having taken a greater number of foreign trips, than any prior president. Patil retired from the role in July 2012 and thereafter set up a Vidya Bharati Shikshan Prasarak Mandal – chain of schools, Shram Sadhana Trust – which runs hostels for working women and some engineering college.


Pranab Mukherjee13.) Pranab Kumar Mukherjee – born on 11 December 1935 in West Bengal, was the 13th President of India serving from July 2012 to June 2017. In his political career of 60 years, he occupied several ministerial portfolios in the Government of India such as finance minister in 1982–84 and then from 2009 to 2012. He was also the Leader of the House in the Rajya Sabha from 1980 to 1985. Mukherjee was a major and senior leader of the Indian National Congress and considered the top-ranking Indian cabinet minister who even presided over cabinet meetings in the absence of the Prime Minister. In education, he was MA in political science and history and also was LL.B from the department of law of the University of Calcutta.


Fourteen President of India14.) Ram Nath Kovind was born on 1st October 1945 in Paraukh village in the Kanpur Dehat district, Uttar Pradesh. He is currently the fourteen President of the Republic of India. He started his political career as a dalit leader in BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party). He was a Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha from year 1994 to 2006. As a dedicated party worker, he donated his ancestral home in Derapur to the RSS. Before becoming President he served as the Governor of Bihar from 2015 to 2017. Kovind won the 2017 Indian presidential election with big majority and joined office on 25 July 2017.

List of Indian Presidents

List of all Prime Ministers of India (with Images)

Brief History: Prime Minister, according to the Constitution of India, is considered head of the Council of Ministers, Chief Counselor of the President of India, and person in-charge of the majority party in the parliament. The PM is appointed by the president to support administration affairs as an executive. In short, Prime Minister leads the administrative branch of the Government. For example, current Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi of the Bharatiya Janata Party is prime authority to run the Indian Government.

The prime minister has power to select and deselect members of the cabinet. Moreover, he can distribute posts to members within the Government. He is a presiding member and chairman of the cabinet and is responsible for bringing proposal of legislation. The resignation or death of the prime minister dissolves the cabinet.

Since 1947, India has had fifteen prime ministers (including Gulzarilal Nanda who twice acted in the role). Nehru remains India’s longest-serving prime minister. Morarji Desai was the first non-Congress prime minister. Narender Modi is considered most favorite prime minister of all time. Rajiv Gandhi was India’s youngest Prime Minister with great personality. Below is the complete list of the Prime Ministers of India.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru 1.) Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru – was the first Prime Minister of India and a vital stature in Indian politics. Pt. Nehru got graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, where he got trained to be a barrister. He emerged as one of the chief and popular leader of the Indian independence movement under the guidance of Mahatma Gandhi. Pt. Nehru is considered to be the pillar of the modern and free Indian national State. As Prime Minister, he set out to recognize his vision of India by introducing Constitution of India in 1950, thereafter embarking ambitious agenda on economic, social and political reforms. Under Nehru’s leadership, the Congress emerged as a catch-all party, dominating national and state-level politics and winning consecutive elections in 1951, 1957, and 1962. During his life span, he was popularly known as Pandit Nehru or as Panditji (Respected Scholar), even many Indian children called him as “Chacha Nehru” and celebrates his birthday as Children’s Day. He died in year 1964 at the age of 74.


Gulzarilal Nanda 2.) Gulzarilal Nanda – was born on 4 July 1898 in Sialkot in the Punjab Province of British India into a Punjabi Hindu family. He was the second Prime Minister of India for two short periods following the deaths of Jawaharlal Nehru in 1964 and Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1966. Both of his term ended within few days (in next to no time as new prime minister got elected). He was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, in 1997. He worked more as a temporary Prime Minister of India, but known to be one of the most modest people to have graced the Parliament. He died in the year 1999 at the age of 99.


Lal Bahadur Shastri  3.) Lal Bahadur Shastri – was born in 1904 at Mughalsarai, Varanasi. He was the Third Prime Minister of the Republic of India and a leader of the Indian National Congress party. Shastri joined the Indian independence movement in the 1920s. Deeply impressed and influenced by Mahatma Gandhi, he became a loyal follower, first of Gandhi, and then of Jawaharlal Nehru. And was the reason that he became the next prime minister. During his tenure he continued Nehru’s policies of non-alignment and socialism. Before PM he worked as a first Railways Minister (1951–56), and then in a variety of other functions, including Home Minister. His popular slogan Jai Jawan! Jai Kishan! Echo even today throughout the country. His sudden death at the age of just 61 has led to many conspiracy theories that he was poisoned.


Indira Gandhi4.) Indira Gandhi – daughter of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru was the fourth Prime Minister of India and an essential stature in the Indian National Congress party. She was born in 19 November 1917 in Allahabad in a Kashmiri Pandit family. She served the nation from 1966 to 1977 and then again from 1980 until her killing in 1984. She is the second longest serving Prime Minister and the only Indian woman to hold the office. She claimed that only “clear vision, iron will and the strictest discipline” can remove poverty and corruption. In 1972, Gandhi granted statehood to Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura, while the North-East Frontier Agency was declared a union territory and renamed Arunachal Pradesh. The transition to statehood for these territories was successfully overseen by her administration. During her tenure there was famous Indo-Pak War and Blue Star Operation. She died in 1984 at the age 66.


Morarji Desai5.) Morarji Desai – born on 29 Feb 1896 was a prominent Indian independence campaigner and the fifth Prime Minister of India from 1977 – 1979. He was also the first Prime Minister to head India’s first non-Congress Government, as a leader of Janata Party. He held many important posts in the Government of India such as: Chief Minister of Bombay State, Home Minister, Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of India. Nationally, he played crucial role in Indian nuclear program when it was targeted by major nuclear power countries after conducting a surprise test in 1974. Morarji Desai closed down much of India’s premier intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), and reduced its budget and operations. Desai was the only Indian national to be conferred with Pakistan’s highest civilian award, Nishan-e-Pakistan, which was conferred on him by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan in 1990 in a lively ceremony. Shortly, his policies promoted social, health and administrative reforms in the nation.


Charan Singh 6.) Charan Singh – born on 29 May 1902, he was the sixth Prime Minister of India, serving from 28 July 1979 until 14 January 1980. He was born in a Jat family in Hapur District in Uttar Pradesh. He entered politics as part of the Independence Movement. He was the leader of the Bharatiya Lok Dal Party. And soon after freedom, he became notable in the year 1950s for opposing and winning a battle against Jawaharlal Nehru’s socialistic & collectivist land use policies (for the sake of the Indian Farmer) which endeared him to the agrarian communities all through the nation, particularly in Uttar Pradesh. Charan Singh holds the record of being the sole Prime Minister of India who did not face the Lok Sabha even for a single day during his short tenure of just a month. His work tenure was of just 170 days due to withdraw of congress support. He died in 1987 at the age of 84.


Rajiv Gandhi 7.) Rajiv Gandhi – was born in the year 1944. He was the seventh & youngest Prime Minister of India, serving from 1984 to 1989. He took Congress office after assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Rajiv after completing his studies & training returned to India in 1966 and became a professional pilot for the nation owned Indian Airlines. And In 1968, got married to Albina Maino (later changed her name to Sonia Gandhi) from Italy.  He came out to be the very popular, smart & intelligent politician during his tenure. And was also circle around various Controversies like Bofors scandal, Shah Bano case, Allegations of black money, Anti-Sikh riots, Funding from KGB, etc. Rajiv Gandhi remained Congress President until the elections in 1991. While campaigning for the elections, he was assassinated by a suicide bomber from the LTTE. He died in 1991 at the immature age of 46.


V P Singh 8.) V.P. Singh – Vishwanath Pratap Singh was born in year the 25 June 1931. He was the eighth Prime Minister of India (1989–90) and the 41st nominal Raja Bahadur (ruler) of the northern kingdom of Manda. He even worked in much government imminent posts. He is known for demanding of upliftment of India’s lower castes and BPL people in his short term as Prime Minister. He even got popular after sacrificing his post from Minister of Finance before PM. Singh founded the Janata Dal Party by the merger of Lok Dal, Jan Morcha, Janata Party and Congress, in order to bring together all the centrist parties conflicting to the Rajiv Gandhi government, and VP Singh was elected the President of the Janata Dal. He died in 2008 at the age of 77.


Chandra Shekhar 9.) Chandra Shekhar Singh– Was born 1 July 1927 in Ballia District of Uttar Pradesh. He was known as an agitator in college politics and started his political career with Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia. In 1955–56, he took over as general secretary of the Janata party. And immediately after the Emergency he became the first President of the Janata Party. With the support of Congress headed by Rajiv Gandhi, he replaced V.P. Singh as the ninth Prime Minister of India in November 1990. Keeping up to his promise Chandra Shekhar’s government was efficient and well run during most of its brief tenure, which included the run up and fighting of the Gulf War of 1990–91. But in the spring of 1991, Former Prime Minister Rajeev Gandhi decided to precipitate a new election in which he would retake power. He died in the year 2007 at the age of 80


P.V. Narasimha Rao10.) P.V. Narasimha Rao – Pamulaparti Venkata Narasimha Rao was born in the year 28 June 1921 in Karimnagar in Telangana State. He was the famous Indian lawyer and politician who served as the tenth Prime Minister of India from year 1991 to 1996. Narasimha Rao was the dynamic freedom fighter during the Indian Independence movement and joined permanent politics after independence as a member of the Indian National Congress. He held many administrative posts in Indian Government before becoming PM. He was the first non Hindi language speaking PM from south India. He was intellectual person and is often referred to as the “Father of Indian Economic Reforms”. He was even famous for speaking 17 different languages. Liberalizing Indian economy he appointed an economist, Dr. Manmohan Singh, a former Prime Minister of India, as Finance Minister to accomplish his goals. He died in 2004 of a heart attack in New Delhi at the age of 83.


Atal Bihari Vajpayee 11.) Atal Bihari Vajpayee – was born in 25 December 1924 in brahmin family in Gwalior. He was the eleventh Prime Minister of India. He served the nation for two periods, first as PM for 13 days in 1996 and then for 6 years from 1998 to 2004. He became the popular leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the first Prime Minister from outside the Congress party to serve for full five year term. Before PM he worked as Minister of External Affairs in the cabinet of Morarji Desai. When Janata government collapsed, Vajpayee restarted the Jana Sangh as the Bharatiya Janata Party in 1980. On 25 December 2014 the office of President of India announced the Bharat Ratna award, India’s highest civilian honour, to Vajpayee and in a special gesture later presented Bharat Ratna to him in his residence on 27th March 2015. He was well known for speaking bold Hindi language & poetry. His birthday on 25 December was even declared as “Good Governance Day”.


H D Deve Gowda12.) H.D. Deve Gowda – Haradanahalli Doddegowda Deve Gowda was born in the year 18 May 1933 in Mysore. He is the 12th Prime Minister of India from June 1996 to April 1997. He even was Chief Minister of Karnataka from 1994 to 1996. Deve Gowda was twice the President of state unit of the Janata Party and served as a minister in the Janata Party Government in Karnataka headed by Shri Ramakrishna Hegde from 1983 to 1988. He is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha representing the Hassan constituency of Karnataka, is the National President of the Janata Dal Party, and enjoys strong support in Vokkaliga community which is at the forefront of the state politics.


I. K. Gujral  13.) I.K. Gujral – was born on 4 December 1919 to in Jhelum in present day Pakistan. Inder Kumar Gujral served as the thirteenth Prime Minister of India from April 1997 to March 1998. He participated in the Indian independence movement and was jailed in 1942 during the Quit India Movement. As a student he became a member of the Communist Party of India. Gujral was the third PM to be from the Rajya Sabha, the first being Indira Gandhi and the second H. D. Deve Gowda. He resigned from the Indian National Congress party in the 1980s and then joined the Janata Dal Party. His tenure as PM was just of one year. He died in 2012 at the age of 92.


Manmohan Singh 14.) Manmohan Singh – was born in the year 26 September 1932 in Gah (now in Pakistan). He is well-known as bright Indian economist who also served as the 14th Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014. He was the first Sikh as a Prime Minister and the Second PM to complete full continuous 10 year term. After attaining his doctorate in economics from Oxford, he worked for the United Nations in 1966–69. He as a Finance Minister carried out numerous structural reforms that liberalised India’s financial system. His ideas proved successful in preventing the crisis and uplifted his reputation internationally as a leading reform-minded economist. In a surprise move, Chairperson Sonia Gandhi declared Manmohan Singh as the UPA candidate for the Prime Ministership. His public image got stained with his government having been accused of various corruption scandals like 2G spectrum scam, Commonwealth Games Scam, Indian coal allocation scam, etc. and opposition demanded his resignation for his supposed role in all this.


Narendra Modi 15.) Narendra Damodardas Modi – was born in the year 17 September 1950 in Mehsana district in Gujarat. He is the current & 15th Prime Minister of India. He came out as the strongest leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), who formerly worked for 14 continuous years as the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014. Due to his audacious popularity, he alone gave the party a majority in the Lok Sabha. He as a Hindu nationalist is also the member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). His government in Gujarat was criticized worldwide for its failure to prevent the 2002 Gujarat riots. Although Modi’s economic policies have been praised and credited with encouraging economic growth in Gujarat. Modi was a candidate from two constituencies: Varanasi & Vadodara. He was supported by the many spiritual leaders including Ramdev and Morari Bapu. Even some economists like Jagdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya, were impressed by his economics strategies.

List of all Indian Prime Ministers

25 Best Courier Services to Choose in India

Courier services started in India in mid 80’s. First Flight is the first Indian company to start its courier services in India in 1986. Courier industry flourished in 2008 with the start of eCommerce sites and with that numerous new courier companies jumped into the Indian Market. Presently, almost 5.5 Millions products daily are courier across the country out of which 70 percent are eCommerce product. The courier industry in India is a $5 billion market, with 90% in 2014 of the business shared by four companies, including Blue Dart, FedEx, First Flight and DTDC.

Couriers are separate from ordinary postal mail services. Firstly, 99% couriers are secure, they delivery products in time, include tracking signature, and other specialization which are not obligatory for most everyday mail services. But for these premium services, couriers are usually more expensive than standard mail services.

To make easier for you we have listed below the top 25 courier companies in India. These are the massive corporations engaged in distribution, shipping, transportation, and courier service in India.

Blue Dart 1.) Blue Dart –is India’s Largest Express Delivery Network which started its operation in early 90’s. Presently, Anil Khanna is Managing Director of Blue Dart Express Ltd. The company has Warehouses at 72 locations across the country. And is currently top South Asia’s premier integrated express package distribution company with operating in more than 220 countries. They use State-of-the-art Technology to Track and Trace, MIS, ERP, Customer Service, Space Control and Reservations. Blue Dart claim to have 99.9% Successful recorded deliveries. Bluedart Courier are little expensive but safe.


Fedex 2.) Fedex – Federal Express establishes operations in 1973 in US and today is global leader in courier services. The company is also world’s largest express transportation corporation, providing fast and reliable services for more than 3.6 million shipments each business day. In India, fedex business is growing really fast. Company International shipments come with a money-back guarantee and provide proof of delivery on every invoice, so there’s no room for doubt. Using Fedex Courier Service is little too expensive when sending large boxes.


DHL 3.) DHL – is global courier company which started its operation in the year 1970 in US. Today it is present in over 220 countries across the globe, making it the largest courier international company in the world. With a workforce exceeding 315,000 employees, they provide solutions for an almost infinite number of logistics needs. The company encompasses three divisions: DHL Express, DHL Global Forwarding, Freight and DHL Supply Chain. DHL couriers services are high on cost.


DTDC 4.) DTDC – is another India’s Largest Express Delivery Network, comprising of over 5800 Channel Partners spread across the country and a strength of 22,000 employees enabling 11 million shipments per month across 10,000 cities in India. Started its operation in 1990 and with headquartered in Bangalore, today DTDC has a significant global footprint and services 240 international locations including USA, UK, Canada, UAE, Hong Kong, Australia, China and all ASEAN countries, through its own operations, joint ventures and business associates. DTDC services are not that expensive.


First Flight 5.) First Flight – As marked earlier first flight was the first Indian courier company that started its operation in 1986. The company claim to be India’s Largest Domestic Courier Company with 1200 First Flight Offices across India, 2300 Authorized Collection Centers and with 452 Franchisee Locations. They serve over 6700 cities and town across India. With dedicated workforce of over 17000 plus employees they strategically located 10 own International Offices serving over 220 countries globally. Sending courier through first flight is little costly.


20 Other Best Courier Services in India

6.) Indian Postal Service – www.indiapost.gov.in

7.) On Dot Couriers & Cargo Ltd – http://www.ondot.info/

8.) Agarwal Packers and Movers- http://www.agarwalpackers.com/

9.) Trackon Courier Pvt Ltd. – trackoncourier.com

10.) TNT Express – www.tnt.com

11.) Express Courier Services – www.expresscourier.com

12.) Kart Rocket – kartrocket.com

13.) Gati Limited – www.gati.com

14.) eCourierz – www.ecourierz.com

15.) Palande Courier Services – www.palandecourier.com

16.) Pick Parcel – pickparcel.com

17.) United Parcel Service (UPS) – www.UPS.com

18.) Ship Rocket – www.shiprocket.in

19.) Aramex – www.aramex.com

20.) Speed and Safe Courier Service – www.speedandsafe.com

21.) Tej Post Courier – www.tejpostcourier.com

22.) Professional Couriers – www.professionalcouriers.com

23.) Mirakle Couriers – www.miraklecouriers.com

24.) The Professional Courier Services-  www.tpcindia.com

25.) I.B Courier and Cargo – www.ebexpress.in


 Some Safety Tips for Important Couriers

  • Use the heavy duty  Box or Envelope to ensure proper packaging so that the parcel is protected against collision or any other physical force.
  • Try to avoid shipping costly Jewellery or else opt for the reputed couriers which ensure the safety of the item.
  • Always keep the receipt of your courier. Sometime, receipt number (or else courier number) is needed to Track your shipment or else to file complaint in-case of non delivery of your product.

The Best Courier Company in India

65 Best, Popular and Most Download Hindi Bollywood Ringtones in India

We all love ringtones and each one of us aspires to keep the best ringtones on our mobile phones, as it attracts moment attention of a person listening to it.  Mobile Ringtone gives us an impression of an individual likes towards music. If you found soft ringtone on someone’s phone then that person loves to listen to light music, if rock kind of musical ringtone than person adore listening to loud music.

What we have done below is selected 55 most popular and super cool smartphone ringtones available in India today. These are most popular iPhone and Android ringtones and that too free. These ringtones even include a beautiful mix sound of diverse birds, animal, river, ocean, cloudburst, musical instruments, etc. So just go ahead and download your favorite ringtone. Moreover, we have also made a separate section of popular Hindi Bollywood Ringtones below. To make even more easier for you, we have used media player along with a download link. This will give the visitor a better way to select Ringtone based on his choice and taste. As you can first listen to the tone and only if you like, you can continue to download. Simply Share and Enjoy!

Note: We appeal to listen warily each ringtone till it comes to an end, cause there are some tones that sounds yuck in the start but blows mind when finishes.

  1. Birds Call

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  2. Perfect Trance (Can’t Resist)

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  3. Iphone Rebirth

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  4. Amazing Love

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  5. Marimba Punch

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  6. Android Mix

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  7. Piano Sensation

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  8. Adoring Lite Sound

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  9. ATB

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  10. Crystal Tear

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  11. BeepBass

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  12. Drum Dance (Retro)

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  13. iphone Future

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  14. Winter Wonderland

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  15. Veer Zara

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  16. Two Rhythm

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  17. Musical (Tu Hi)

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  18. Cool Jingle Bells

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  19. ReMix

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  20. Guitar Play

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  21. 10Sec

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  22. Nokia Rebirth

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  23. Sister on Phone (Mario Mix)

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  24. Nice Flute

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  25. Marting

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  26. Nokia Old Mix

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  27. Never Cry

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  28. Love Flute

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  29. Saudi Haifa

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  30. Handy Sound

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  31. Loud Mix

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  32. Feel Me

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  33. Fallen in Love

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  34. Atomic

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  35. Musical Kiss

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Some Other Popular Hindi Bollywood Songs Ringtones

  1. Ajeeb Dastan Hai Yeh

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  2. Barfi Movie Theme

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  3. Bheege Honth Tere

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  4. Bholi Si Soorat

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  5. Bodyguard Desi Beat

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  6. Chori Chori Jab Nazarein Mili

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  7. Do Labzo Ki Hai

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  8. Fanaa Movie

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  9. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

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  10. Kisi Roz Tumse

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  11. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

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  12. Main Hoon Na

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  13. Maine Pyar Kiya

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  14. Mohabbatein

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  15. Paa Movie Theme

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  16. Taal Se Taal

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  17. Tera Hone Laga Hu

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  18. Tere Dar Pe Sanam

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  19. Teri Meri Prem Kahani

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  20. Tum Dil Ki Dhadkan

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6.) Latest Romantic Ringtone

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In this post, you will even find best Hindi Bollywood Ringtones Songs created through various Instrument Like Piano, Flute, Guitar, Xylophone, Violin, Drums, Tabla, Mouth-organ, Harp, etc. All these musical tones are played and sorted investing a long time surfing the web. We hope you must have downloaded your favorite ringtone. Kindly, give us your views below about these 65 best collections of ringtones.

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