Download 14 Most Popular Bollywood Birthday Song and Tunes

Birthday’s is one of the best times of a person’s life which is eagerly awaited every year, especially if it’s a child or juvenile birthday. Did you know that celebrating birthdays actually started in the fourth century by early Christians of the Roman Empire who practiced pagan tradition? But in India, this observance started with the beginning of British Empire. Initially, this trend of celebration was not accepted by our culture but with the passage of time, it made its place.

And today no one can imagine a birthday without a decorated cake and a song. These two rituals are most common but important factors to participate, enjoy and complete someone’s birthday. And to make your birthday special we have provided 14 best birthday songs and tunes below. So simply enjoy!!!

First, we have listed 6 top most popular birthday song around the world.

1.) DJ BoBo Happy Birthday

This is one of the best and most popular Birthday Song from  DJ BoBo. Listen Below and Enjoy!

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2.) Happy Birthday Party Version

Cool and Popular Party Song for Birthdays only!

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3.) Happy Birthday Romantic Song

A simple and soothing Birthday Song for Romantic Couples

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4.) Justin Bieber – Happy Birthday (Remix)

Popular Justin Bieber Happy Birthday Remix Song (featuring Usher). Enjoy and Share!

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5.) Happy Birthday Song for School Students

Original Birthday Tune for primary school Students

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6.) Stevie Wonder – Happy Birthday Song

Stevie Wonder singing the Happy Birthday song which got very famous.

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Further below we have listed 9 very popular Indian birthday songs (in Hindi) from Bollywood Movies

7.) Aww Tera Happy Bday

This song is from the Bollywood Movie ABCD 2, featuring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor

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8.) Baar Baar Din Yeh Aaye

This Popular Birthday Song is from the Movie Farz sung by famous Bollywood singer Mohd. Rafi

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9.) Chhote Tera Birthday Aaya

Birthday Song from Movie Krantiveer – The Revolution

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10.) Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote

This super hit song is from movie Door Ki Awaaz Sung by singers Mohd.Rafi, Asha Bhonsle and Manna Dey

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11.) Happy Birthday Song

This Happy Birthday Song is from Bollywood film Ishq Forever Featuring Nakash Aziz, Krishna Chaturvedi and Ruhi Singh

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12.) Happy Budday

Party Birthday song from Movie Kill Dil, Featuring Actor Ranveer Singh, Ali Zafar and Actress Parineeti Chopra.

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13.) Badhai Ho Badhai Janam Din Ki

Famous song from movie Mera Munna sung by popular singer Lata Mangeshkar

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14.) Tum Jiyo Hajaaro Saal

Tum Jiyo Hajaaro Saal is a beautiful and very popular and super hit birthday song from the 1959 movie Sujata starring Sunil Dutt and Nutan.

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15 most popular Historical Places in India (with pictures)

The first question that comes to my mind, to begin with, this article is how many of us who are born and living in India know our country in depth?  I am sure most of us do, but at the same time, it’s also true that few of us are not aware as to how the almighty has decorated our beautiful motherland by enriching her with several destination places that needs to be explored.

India is a land of diverse religion. This is the reason why our country has drawn people from all around the globe for several decades now. This variety of religions includes the Jains, Buddhists, Sikhs etc. Our non-secular country attracts people from several locations due to the presence of historical temples, ancient old monuments and various outstanding architectural mastery. There are so much of attractive cultural destinations are there in India to explore that it will leave your mind in awe.

Today you and I are going to take a tour of 15 such popular Historical Places in India and take a look at their centre of attractions and get to know them deeply. Let’s Go….

(1) Taj Mahal in Agra:

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paradise on earth

Known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal is one of the major and a must-visit historical tourist spot located in Northern India. Build in the year 1631 and situated in the southern bank of the Yamuna River in Agra, the Taj stands out as one of the most remarkable piece of architecture not only on India but also the World. This magnificent piece of a structure was named after Mumtaj Mahal, wife of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.

The features of this place include construction in white marble, laid with several other stones namely, the jade, crystal, lapis lazuli, amethyst, turquoise etc. It is embellished using calligraphy involving Persian verses, reflective mosaic glass, along with mind-blowing garden and a  swimming pool that reflects.At the front of the  Taj Mahal complex enclosed the main entry of pink sandstone in addition to a square patio divided into sectors by extensive pools of water, and a red sandstone mosque together with an identical construction known as JAWAB, can also be called a mirror, directly upon from the mosque. This is a world heritage spot as per UNESCO site inscription 1983.

All in all the Taj Mahal features as a spectacular iconic figure associated with India’s wealthy history.


(2) The Agra Fort in Uttar Pradesh:

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This Great Fort stands unconquered

The Agra Fort was built by the Great Mughal Emperor Akbar, a symbol that is associated with courage, strength and energy. This Fort was enrolled in UNESCO World Heritage site inscription in the year 1983.The Fort designed in reddish sand natural stone, and is actually constructed in a semi-circle where four entrances are constructed that guards the particular Fortress together with walls that are 70ft. in height.The Fort was build in order to guard the richest treasure “The Kohinoor” and significantly marked vigour of the Mughals.If you visit the Agra Fort, then Diwan-I-Am, Royal Pavilions, Nagina Masjid, Mina Bazar, Jahangir Palace and Mina Masjid etc. are the places that you must pay a visit on. This piece of architecture is another trademark of Indian History.


(3) The Jaisalmer Fort in Rajasthan:

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The “Sonar Quila” amidst the Desert

Also a World Heritage tourist spot, the name Jaisalmer Fort was drawn from the name of Rawal Jaisal, a Rajput ruler who build this Fort. It is located amongst the Great Thar Desert, on the Trikuta Hill Rajasthan. The Jaisalmer Fort symbolises the mark of tradition and culture of the Rajputs. The length of this fort is about 1500 ft and width wise it is n750ft with a huge cannon located at the front gate of the fort. The places to visit include Hindu Laxminath Temples and the Jain Temples that can be located inside the fort. You can find carved sculptures as a sample of trademark architecture here inside the temples. Other tourist spot includes the Rang Mahal, Merchant Havelis and the Fort palace of the royal family. It can be said that this is one of the most popular historical places in India you would love to visit.


(4)  Hampi, Karnataka:

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Temples and chariots symbolizing spirituality and majesty

This place is also known as the ruins of the lost kingdom. The reason being one can find here wrecks of ancient markets, royal pavilions, royal buildings, temples, chariots etc. you name it. In-fact these ruins covering the vast areas of Hampi are the major attractions of these site located in the city of Vijayanagara, at the east-central part Karnataka.Once you are here, you must visit the monuments that are made out of hard and solid granite stones, amongst them the most significant structure is the Vittala Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu which goes 14th centuries back. Other places include the most famous market of Hampi, also known as the Hampi Bazar, the Ranganatha Temple, the octagonal water pavilion, Archaeological museum, Nandi statue, Virupaksha Temple, Elephant stables and Durga Temple, are to name a few.


(5) Khajuraho Temples, Madhya Pradesh:

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Place signifyingthe mix culture of Jains and the Budhhists.

This is another most famous and popular touring place that you would like to visit. Simply because it has a blend of cultures depicting of both Jains and the Buddhists. This iconic site symbolises the rising of the Chandela Dynasty. The artistic works associated with there temples will show the symbols that depict timeless grace, splendour, attractiveness, delicacy and off-course, the creative work that is involved in it. Out temples that still exists now is believed to have dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesha and to the Tirthankaras.Places to visit will include the western Devi Jagdambi Temple, that is next only to temple of Kandariya Mahadeva. Another significant attraction will be Apsara Dance. More or less it’s an important tourist spot that one should not miss out on.


(6) Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh:  

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The fort surrounded by a pool at fathepur sikri

The royal city of Fatehpur Sikri represents the golden era of Mughal art, that is famously known for residence, public constructions, mosques, sectors for the sovereign, the military services as well as the maids.The distinctive feature of this place is the Bulund Darwaza which is about 54 meters tall which was build to honour king Akbar on one of his famous victories. The other talking point of this city is the remarkable Jama Masjid, Tomb of  Salim Chisti, the Ibadat Khana as well as Panch Mahal comprises of locations at Fatehpur Sikri. It is believed that Akbar, in order to play with his wives, build a monument called the Ankh Michauli which is also located here.This was a well prepared royal town with created columns as well as decorated support tombs was constructed but also abandoned as a result of the shortage of drinking water.


(7) The Qutub Minar, Delhi:  

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the huge tower standing aloft

The Qutub Minar, also regarded as one of the extraordinary creations of ancient Indian history is certainly famous and a very popular historical place in India that I would recommend you to visit. It was named after a famous Muslim ruler who ruled most parts of Northern India, Qutub-ud-din Aibak. The most interesting fact is that typically the Qutub Minar complex has a tomb made of iron that has not necessarily fallen to rust within 2000 decades. This tomb has carvings that depict several dialects of The Quran in Arabic and Nagari language, which is a significant symbol of Indo-Muslim architectural mastery.The Minar has a 7 m long iron tomb in its courtyard and there is a myth if you fold and pray using your hands although standing with the back to that your desire will be achieved. The very first mosque in India, that is Quwwat-ul-Islam Masjid is also located here.


(8) The Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Aurangabad:

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The Buddha meditating signifies peace and calmness

What to say about the Ajanta and Ellora? Words are not enough to describe its beauty apart from saying that it’s a creation of divine art. The Ajanta and even Ellora excavation defines craftsmanship competencies where each individual rock making was produced manually. Here you will find almost 12 caves of Buddhists, 17 caves of Hindus and 5 caves of the Jains which signifies the blend of three different cultures. All these caves here are mainly used for either pray or study purpose. There are about 29 caves in Ajanta that epitomises the famous Jataka Tales dialects that are encrypted in the walls and Ellora features about 100 caves in all. You can also find here the Vihars, a place of meditation of the monks, and Kailasanatha Temple are to name a few. The actual ‘Cavern from the Ten Avatars’ built underneath the reign associated with Lord Krishna.


(9) Nalanda University, Bihar:  

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The mix of study, art and culture signified Nalanda University

The Nalanda University, located in Bihar, East India, signifies a remarkable place of study, art and culture. This was the first ever University in the World where students could reside and study. A remarkable fact was that almost 2000 teachers and 10,000 students from different parts of the world lived and studied here once. This fact was emphasized by the famous Chinese pilgrim Hiuen-Tsang.Historians from Japan, Korea, China, Tibet, Turkey used to come here for exploration.This university covers about 14 hectares of land and was built following the Kushana design, one of the oldest forms of architecture. A tourist spot here is the Surya Mandir that still exists amongst the ruins.Nalanda was once known for the biggest library in the world at one time. It contained books on all subjects, namely astrology, medicine astronomy etc.


(10) Sanchi Stupa, Madhya Pradesh:

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Sanchi Stupa-a dynamic structure in ancient history

The stupa was built during the empire of the Mauryan’s  and It is one of the oldest stupas build in the 3rd century that epitomises the reign of the Buddha. This place signifies the Moksha, that is life and death circle of Buddha. The height of this stupa is about 54 feet. It has four gates or entrances of this stupa depicts several scenes of the Jataka Tales which narrates different stories in the life of Buddha.This iconic structure was built as a study centre for the Buddhists. The actual Ashoka entender has 4 lions and it is designed in the Greco-Buddhist pattern which is our national emblem.This is another world heritage place as declared by UNESCO and it can be visited all through the sunset.


(11) Charminar in Hyderabad:

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Charminar-Pride of Hyderabad and India

Build in the year 1591, by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah, the Charminar stands out as not only a major centre of attraction not only in heart of the city Hyderabad but also in India. No doubt it is a famous and very popular historical place. The mosque constitutes about 48 tall tombs and 4 grand arches that is a prime feature of this place. Every minaret of the monument offers four tales and every mid-foot has 1 clock.The Charminar carries the legacy of the Indo-Islamic architecture with an influence of Persia as well. They say that there is a tunnel that leads from the monument towards the Golconda Fort, but apparently, it could not be located till date. Places to visit include the Laad Bazar which is one of the biggest markets of art and crafts and you can find several food joints here also.


(12) The Mysore Palace, Karnataka:

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Palace shinning like glittering gold

As the name suggests, this site symbolises the sovereign of the regal family. The Mysore palace is a 3-storey rock structure designed with granite, greyish in colour, having heavy pink marbled stones on the top. It is designed with Indo-Saracenic architecture dealing with the Chamundi Hills, facing eastwards. The makers were the people from the Wodeyars dynasty. The Durbar Hall, which has doors made of solid silver, ceilings made of mahogany, and a range of fascinating paintings of Goddess Sakshi which is a hallmark here. The Great Dushera Festival is celebrated here during the autumn season by lighting 10,000 lights. The Mysore Palace also reminds of an era of the royal wedding and also is a mixture of Hindu, Rajput and Mughal Cultures.


(13) Victoria Memorial, Kolkata:  

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Palace of the Royal Queen

The Victoria Memorial is a most famous historical place in India,  that marks an era of British rule in this country.The notable feature of the Memorial is actually marked having a sixteen-foot-high bronze sculpture of triumph which is installed on ball bearings. The significant feature of this location is that the entire building was built in marble and was dedicated to the then Queen Victoria in Calcutta as a memorabilia. The memorial is fashioned as the Indo-Saracenic revivalist art. This site is one of the remarkable tourist spots in the world because of paintings, sculptors, etc as well as a royal symbol of the Queen that can be found inside this building. One of the significant paintings here includes the Prince of Wales in the year 1976 by the Russian artist Vasili Verestchagin.


(14) Hawa Mahal, Jaipur:

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The palace of windows

As the name suggests, this destination place is also known as the“Place of Winds” as because it looks like a beehive honeycomb with about 953 windows.This site is another prime example of architectural capabilities of the Rajputs. It was built in 1799 by a famous Rajput ruler Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh was known to be a grand follower of Lord Krishna. That is the reason why the walls of the Mahal are built with red and pink sandstones which resembles the crown of Lord Krishna. This palace is the tallest building in the world without any foundation. It has a shape of the pyramid but is curved in nature. The Hawa Mahal is significantly known for it’s Jharokhas or allows free air passage within the palace.


(15) The  Cellular Jail, Port Blair:

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Prisoners were sent here for “Kala Pani”

Till now, if you have read the article you must be wondering, why am I talking about Cellular Jail here, and what that has to do with famous historical places?.Well, this is very important to know that dark history of India lies here. Several Indian Freedom Fighters were sent here as a convict to what was commonly known as“Kala Pani”. There were seven points and at the centre point, there was a tower from where the guards used to keep watch on the prisoners. Be it hunger strikes or convicts escape this prison has seen it all. This Cellular Jail has witnessed almost the entire phase of Indian Independence. Many Great Indian Revolutionaries like Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla were sent here as convicts of “Kala Pani”.

These are few places which have left a remarkable note in my mind and even during the passage of time it has never faded way but has grown instead. I hope you liked the tour with me and the desire to explore our country has grown even stronger in you.

So, continue your hunt for Indian Historical Treasure to find out more. Good luck…

13 Most Popular Indian Painter Artists of All Time

An art lover is an individual who actually keeps self-updated with the historic and present day’s artists, who actually value an artist whether that artist is in art, design, music, dance any art form. Our India has been remarked for its artists and their works. From ancient times to till date we have some famous Indian painters with us who has been rated as the best all around the global.
From our childhood days in history, we have read about the Ajanta and Ellora cave paintings. These old dated paintings are evidence of an Indian painters art success stories for which from all over world travelers came here for capturing those beautiful paintings. So here Indian painters in their art prove that Indian is best in all along talents. We are going to know little more about our “13 Most Popular Indian Painter Artists of All Time”.

Whether it’s the religious and abstractive paint works, our Indian Painters have covered each and every arena. So let’s start with some famous of painters in deep and their Top cost Paintings.

1.) M.F. Hussain MF HussainMaqbool Fida Husain India’s best ‘art maestro’ and also known as “Picasso of India” by the Forbes magazines. The 20th century most celebrated and at the global level recognized artists. He was born in Muslim Family 17 Sep 1915. He was quite a famous artist among all type of people.

 

 

  • Costlier Painting:“Battle of Ganga and Jamunapainting
  •  Sold for 7.7 Crores.

2.) Tyeb Mehta  He started his career as a film editor later his interest towards painting led him to Sir J.J School of art. He was born in Gujarat in a town Kapadvanj in 1925. He resides and worked in London from 1959-1964. His influence can be traced towards European masters such as Francis Bacon.Tyber Mehta was also a part of Bombay Progressive Artists Group which included the famous artists e.g M.f Hussain.

  • Costlier Paintings: Triptych Celebration
  • Sold at Rs 15 Million ($317,500) at Christie’s auction(2002)

3.) Francis Newton Souza This Indian Goan Origin Artist born in Goa on 12 April 1924, which is known as F.N Souza. He was also a part of Bombay Progressive Artist’s Group; he was also the first post-independence Indian artist to achieve high identification in the West. His work of style was quite Expressionist in character and also counted as highly erotic.

  •  Costlier Painting: F.N Souza“Birth” in (1955) and the most expensive Indian Painting. 
  • Sold at Rs 11.3 Crore at Christie’s auction.

4.) S.H. Raza Sayed Haider Raza was born in Babaria Madhya Pradesh on 22nd February 1922, who was an Indian Painter artist who lived and worked in France since 1950 and also had maintained the strong ties with India. His paintings specially completed in oil and acrylic and the works were in abstract form. He was the first non-French artist to receive the award Prix de la Critique in 1956.

  • Costlier Painting:  “Bindu”Bindu
  • Sold at 16.42 Crore at Christie’s auction.

5.) Amrita Sher-Gil This leading Indian “Frida Kahlo” the lady leads in among all women Painters today. The lady was born in Hungary in Sikh family on 30th January 1913. She started this formal training at age of eight only and has been called the greatest Avante-Garde women artist s of the early 20th century and also the pioneer of modern Indian art. She was also known as great avid reader and pianist.

  • Costlier Paintings: The special part of our Indian Farida Kahlo was her Painting works were rated the expensive by all other female painting artists.

6.) Raja Ravi Varma This great Indian painter and artist were in Kerala on 29th April 1848. He is included in the top famous painter’s list and also counted as the greatest in the history of Indian art. His works depict the examples of the fusion of European techniques. Then later his work also notable for making the affordable lithographs availability of his paintings for the public. He was more admired in the paintings which depict Indian mythological Characters.

  •  Costlier Paintings: He was famous for his paintings which depict the story scenes of Dushyanta and Shankutla and more
  • Shakuntala

7.) Jamini Roy The work of this painter artist we can found in various art galleries and museums. Jamini Roy was born in a land-owners family in West Bengal on 11th April 1887. As an artist he has been honored with Padma Bhushan in 1955, initially, his work art paintings express the touch of the Western and modern, but later he started with the new style based on Bengal Folk Traditions. He was one of the most famous pupils of Abanindranath Tagore.

  • Costlier Paintings: “Balram” oil on card one of the costlier paintings from his worksThree Pujarins
  • Estimated Cost: $6,000- $9,000

8.) V.S. Gaitonde Vasudeo .S. Gaitonde known as the abstract painter which born to Goan parents in Nagpur, Maharashtra in 1924. This reputed painter was the foremost abstract painter and his education was done from J.J School of art. The wonderful part of this artist is he was invited by the famous painter to join the Progressive Artists Group of Bombay in 1947 which itself explains that how talented he was. He Participated in many of exhibitions and got honored as well. He inspired and known as a quiet man which reaches the quiet imaginations.

  • Costlier Paintings: Untitled Painting work in 2013
  • Sold at Rs 237 Million in Christie’s auction.

9.) Jatin Das This painter and sculpture artist was born in Orissa in 1941. When he started Participating in the art exhibitions at both national and International level he fame from that works.  He devoted himself for 50 years as a painter and also exhibits his work about 68 no’s as an individual all over the world. His works done within oil, watercolor, ink, graphics etc. 

Costlier Painting work: His not particular painting has been rated as the costlier but his work was auctioned by the major international auctioneers like Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Osian’s.


10.) Abanindranath Tagore The artist known from his painting works and also noted as the writer. He was born in Calcutta on 7th May 1871 and was the nephew of Rabindranath Tagore. He was majorly highlighted for an exponent of Swadeshi values in Indian art. He has been a founder of Bengal school of art.

Costlier Paintings: Not particularly one mentioning the most costly artwork of his, although some of his works he’s famous for are Asoka’s Queen, Bharat Mata, Fairyland Illustration and more.

Bharat Mata


11.) Nandalal Bose The artist is being inspired by the Tagore family and the murals of Ajanta. This painter was born in Bihar in a middle-class Kolkata origin family. He was one of the pupils of Abanindranath Tagore and was famous for the work style of “Indian Style” of paintings. His work in paintings depicts the Indian mythologies, women, and also the Village life. He has been declared as the art treasure and also includes in the ‘nine artists’.

  • Costlier Painting artwork: The biggest thing when our own Country constitution is being given to an artist for illustrating was his costlier artwork for India.

12.) Sudip Roy It seems Kolkata is being blessed with the great artistic people all around. The very next is Sudip Roy; the artist is born in Bharampur in October 1960. From his college days, he was eye catchy and famous for his best work through watercolors and expressionist drawings. He begins his innings in painting world as young painting portraits and bold impressionistic landscapes & architectural studies.

  • Costlier Painting artwork- Some of his work which describes his contemporary artworks is Monkey (Series), Charulata, Wash paintings, Abstract.

13.) Satish Gujral The younger brother of Inder Kumar Gujral, the former Prime Minister of India. Satish Gujral was born in Jhelum, Punjab on 25th December 1925. He was known as painter, sculptor, muralist, graphic designer, writer, and architect of the post-independent era. From his age ten, he was sick from impairing of hearing, which is 1998 he get regained.

  • Costlier Paintings work art- The costlier artwork of this artist is counted when his design of Belgium Embassy in New Delhi was selected by the international forum of architect and one of the best and finest buildings built in the 20th century.

10 Greatest and Most Popular Indian Musicians of All Time

Our Indian music is an art form which organized in time whose medium is sound. All-time relaxing power doze is said to be music! Well, we are very rich in this art form as well India has been proved at time itself that our music is very soulful, pure and rich.
A different language we can say music play in our lives, although not only this music has been an achiever for Indian music fraternity and all thanks to our Musicians who created and invented masterpieces in the whole world and get famous and reputable.

Let’s discuss our food soul ‘Music’. Our Indian Musicians are blessed and have proved in any form of music whether it’s classical folk, and pop.
‘Musicians’ the talents who play a musical instrument or create some music pieces. So here we are going to discuss “10 Greatest and Most Popular Indian Musicians”.

1.) Ustad Bismillah KhanUstad Khan With the very first our very famous musician, Ustad Bismillah Khan who plays a shehnai and create breathtaking pieces of music and also able to grasp the touch of Indian culture through his music art. He is an Iconic figure in Indian music and made shehnai a popular instrument through his music. He has played in national events in our national days. He is also honorable with Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan and Padma Bhushan etc. At global level as well he fulfilled to mesmerized music lovers with his music.


2.) Pandit Ravi ShankarPandit Ravi Shankar Our very own the king of Indian Classical music, Pandit Ravi Shankar was the best-known players of Sitar. In the 20th century, he was the musician who became one of the most prolific Indian music maestros, not only this; his music also has had a global impact. He was also bestowed with innumerable awards and honors in his lifetime.


3.) Hariprasad Chaurasia Hari Prasad ChaurasiaA master of flutist instrument who counted the best and greatest in North Indian Bamboo Flute. In spite of a son of a wrestler, he gone against his father and secretly began learning in classical vocal music from his age 15 from his neighbor. Who kindled him, well he was deeply influenced by the famous flutist Pandit Bholanath Prasanna of Varanasi, and he began his innings into playing the flute under his guidance. He is honored by Padma Shree and Padma Vibhushan Recipient.


4.) Pandit Shivkumar Sharma Pandit Shivkumar SharmaA proud Indian musician, one man army we say is Pandit Shivkumar Sharma who has been contributing to music with the Santoor an instrument which gets popularity in classical music by him only. He is the one and the rare musician who is able to make a mark in the world with popular film music His masterpieces we can hear today through the blockbusters such as Silsila and Chandni which shows his brilliance of compositions.


5.) R.D. Burman PanchamdaA musical world was 1960’s to 1990’s with our Panchamda. He was the musician who introduces the western touch, tunes in the Hindi Film Industry. He was a purely magical musician who devoted to music in his ideas. He changed the trend of music with his innovative and unique melodies which were suppose to be fresh for Indian ears. With very highly he was influenced by Western music, especially the Arabian and Persian music. He also created his own ideas with merging several genres to the fusion music and bounder-breaking songs.


6.) Jagjit Singh Jagjit SinghThe ‘Gazal King’ our Indian pride, this renowned Indian singer, writer, the musician he achieved incredible success with his pure soulful and fascinating voice in several genres of music. Not ending this he also was good enough in the ranging from romantic melodies, sad compositions, and devotional hymns. The icing on the cake was that this musician was married to another leading lady Chitra and duo created a musical magic together. A deep trouble was in their personal life was when they lost their only son which effects their lives sadly and the wife gave up the music whereas Jagjit Singh continued to sing and attract an audience with communicating with the deepest human emotions through his art.


7.) A.R. Rahman AR RahmanThe name is enough itself our favorites and a living legend, he is a magician his musical pieces are quite touchy to the deeper places in the human heart. He is actually a leader and has revolutionized Indian film music over the past two decades, whether it’s from film Roja to Rockstar his music has a charmed the audiences. At present, he is one of the world’s all-time best selling recording artists. We just wish this pure soul keep creating such pure soul music for us. As an achiever and honors, he has won two Academy Awards, four national awards, fifteen Filmfare Awards and thirteen Filmfare Award South etc.


8.) Zakir Hussain Zakir HussainThis youngest table maestro has a tremendous capability of putting the beat to every millisecond of passing moments. His beats are pure bliss for the listeners. Around global his performances are famous and as well in our India, he is a national treasure. His beats have done some great musical pieces also with the collaborations, including Shakti, planet drum with Mickey Hart and many more works. He is a Padma Bhushan and Padma Shree recipient.


9.) Mian Tansen Mian TansenWho forgot the Mughal emperor Akbar’s court, where our Mian Tansen was considered to be a pioneer of classical music? He was one of nine jewels (Navratnas ) of Mughal empire. In Indian culture, his ragas play very impactful and important part, although we can see some of the prefix “Mian ki Malhar”.  A pride name of our Indian music we salute to our musicians who take our music to a different level.


10.) M.S SubbulakshmiSubbulakshami This lady was a legend who gave her very first performance at only age 13. Her first performance was at Madras Music Academy and her voice was quite fascinating and stunned the audience. We can say she was flawless in singing terms and that made her a diva of music. For her contribution to the Carnatic music, she was honored with Bharat Ratna, and also Ramon Magsaysay Award.

 

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We all have that one desire in mind to make easy money with our website. However, web monetizing is not that simple from what it seems, there are many factors involved to earn well. One of which is choosing the performance based Ad network. Here, we are going to emphasize on one of the hottest and top ad network in web industry, known as Adsterra. It’s a complete advertising network serving over 10 billion geo-targeted ad impressions per month with its sharp optimization technologies for online marketers and web publishers.

With Adsterra you can create Free Publisher Account for instant approval. No need to wait! The best part about Adsterra is very simple to implement on your website. Once you sign up, it will ask you to place a simple code on your webpage that will recognize the content of your site and start displaying related advertisements. For example, if your site is related to Travel Agency (Hotels, Travel & Flights), Adsterra will start showing your visitors ads for Premium Hotels, Best Travel Packages, Cheap Flights and more.

As a Publisher Account you will get:
  1. SEO Friendly Code Script.
  2. Committed Publisher Services Manager to assist you at any juncture.
  3. Maximum CPM Rates with High eCPM (automatically optimizes your income through all Pricing Models).
  4. Your own personal and Dedicated Account to help you monitor all your Analytics and Income Reports.
  5. The vast variety of Web and Mobile ad formats.
  6. Great range of withdrawal options to choose from.
  7. All that, with no hidden Charges or Commission.

Thousands are already earning well with Adsterra. This is what one of the publishers remarked: “Adsterra is a good alternative for AdSense. After using Adsterra for 4,5 months now I finally think Adsterra is the network that can challenge AdSense monopoly.”- Steve Patrick

Below is a latest earning report from Adsterra: (Click to enlarge)

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Increase Web Traffic  with Adsterra

Adsterra platform is one of the most effective ways to drive traffic that converts instantly. It provides everything you need to grow your business, increase website traffic, builds awareness and simultaneously to achieve your goals. They transform digital advertising for the web, mobile and social platforms and make it creative, unique and engaging with the help of their modern technology.

Adsterra Advertising Network enables your business to set a budget for advertising and only pay when people click the ads. Their ad service is largely focused on keywords. In short, if you want to reach to fresh customers online, then advertising with Adsterra is just right for you.

Sharp Web & Mobile Ad Formats

From Popunders to Banners, from Push Ups to Interstitial Ads, Adsterra boost high impression ad formats to engage users and drive better revenue. Below are 7 major Ad Formats that makes impact on sales:

  1. Display Banners – effective banner formats for desktop and mobile, ranging from: 160×300, 160×600, 300×250, 320×50, 468×60, 728×90, 800×440.
  2. Video Banners – based on CPM model, video banners can be integrated into any website placement both for mobile and desktop users, to increase your audience’s engagement.
  3. Direct Link: Direct Link is a specific format designed for advertisers who are looking to drive the high volume of traffic where they need it most. CPC based, this format is fully created by publishers and is very effective.
  4. Popunders: appear hidden behind the main browser window, and are shown to users after the window is closed. This ad is nondisruptive and has a high impact on the desktop and mobile users.
  5. Push up Ads – An ideal and most popular non-aggressive ad unit that doesn’t interrupt web browsing and is similar to mobile OS notifications.
  6. Sliders – Non-intrusive ad element, which appears on the sides or the bottom of the website and provides high CTR and conversion as it brings visitor’s attention to the ad.
  7. Interstitial Ads – taking a full-screen of the mobile device this ad format can be displayed either horizontally or vertically and typically generates a higher CTR.

All Adsterra advertisers are provided with an instant access to their campaign detailed statistics in real time to track ad performance. Not only this, you can even integrate with mobile tracking system which gives you detailed tracking of all traffic sources through HasOffers, Voluum, Tune, Cake, AppsFlyer, and others.

Advertisers PAY only for performance

In this form of advertising, Adsterra allows the Advertiser to pay only when there are some measurable results (real time measurement of a marketing campaign’s ROI – return on investment). You can even meet your campaign objectives by reaching the right user with the most suitable payment models, like:

  • CPM: fixed or impression-based pricing,
    allows getting high volumes of traffic and
    increasing your brand awareness.
  • CPA, CPL: gain exposure while paying
    for performance: lead or sale.
  • CPO: perfect conversion tracking model
    for e-commerce businesses.
  • PPI: pay per install of your product
    (Apps, add-ons, software, etc.)

To join, click on Adsterra Advertisers Sign up Form or simply watch the video below to get more catchy information on this:

To sum up, If you are looking for an ad network that is powerful, versatile, active and engaged, Adsterra could be an awesome choice without any doubt.

Top 10 Most Visited and Popular Museums in India

India which was called for years The Golden Bird not only for its wealthiest land in ancient times but also for its rich architectural beauty and culture, traditions and historic past. We all know India was known for its famous artifacts, ornaments with historical monuments, which has a majestic past of Mughals and British which speaks the history of the country.
In this richness, India is also holding up its great historical, scientific, artistic, or the cultural interest in the “Museums” a building where we can see these precious historic art pieces. These Museums are nonprofit institute where every individual can display his/her art publically and can visit throughout to know some of the golden arts of our India.
In another word we can also say, museums are the storyteller of our some historic precious memories, although this also today’s artistic artist’s people identity to get exhibit their art of work with their own caliber of art. So here we are come up with the Top Ten most popular Museums of India which has been listed and also unfold lots of unheard truth of the bygone era.

1.) National Museum:

National Museum

To start with one of the largest museums of India, National museum situated on the corner of Janpath and Maulana Azad Road, New Delhi. It was established in 1949 and known for its variety of articles range from the pre-historic era to the modern work of art. The special art of work which is an exhibit from an old era makes this Museum a special and must visit the building.
Highlights: The museum holds up the luxury coaches of trains, long time back which are used by great kings, also a variety of collection that includes jewelry, paintings, armors, decorative arts, and manuscripts. Not only had this museum also sectioned with the Buddhist where we can find a head of Buddha statue.


2.) Indian Museum:

Indian Museum

Indian museum is also one of the largest and old museums and founded by the Asiatic Society of Bengal in Kolkata in 1814.The museums hold six sections which contain five galleries of creative and scientific work of arts including the archaeology, geology economic beauty, and art.
Highlights: Indian museum is the oldest museum in the globe, and we can have the range over here with this museum a unique collection of armors, skeleton, Mughal paintings and ornaments. So while traveling in for Kolkata definitely makes a visit to this museum in your list.


3.) Government Museum:

Government Museum

This museum is also known as Madras Museum, which is basically based in Chennai and one of the busiest spots for the travelers. The establishment of this museum was in 1851 and this museum stores the different varieties which relate to geology, zoology and anthropology and botany.
Highlights: The museum is squeezing up the history with dividing the sections and showcasing the main South Indian times encompassing, Chalukyas, Chola, and Vijayanagar, not ending with the glimpse of different collection of books from the past years as well as the stocked library.


4.) Chhatrapati Shivaji Vastu Museum:

Chhatrapati Shivaji Vastu Museum Mumbai

Mumbai the city of dreams gets this beautiful museum to be placed. This museum formerly named the Prince of Whales Museum of the Western, India. The museum was founded in early years of the 20th century with the help of government.
Highlights: Museum comprises three main sections with archeology section, a natural history section, and art section. This museum represents the variety of work art dating back to Gupta and Chalukyas era.


5.) Shankar International Dolls Museum:

Shankar's International Dolls Museum

This Museum was set up by K. Shankar Pillai, a political cartoonist. The idea is to showcase the largest collection of dolls from wide and far in our own Capital Delhi.
Highlights: This museum has been divided into two sections which represent more than 160 glass cases from New Zealand, Africa, India and Australia, whereas one dolls collection gathered from New Zealand, UK, USA, Commonwealth of independent states and other from Middle East, India, Asian countries and Africa.

6.) Salar Jung Museum:

Salar Jung Museum

The museum located at Darushifa, in the city of Hyderabad, Telangana, India. This museum also got the acknowledged as an institution of National importance by the Indian Parliament.
Highlights: The art museum stores the art which showcases the collection of paintings, textiles, metallic, artifacts, clocks and carvings from different countries such as China, North America, Egypt, Nepal, Burma, and India.


7.) National Rail Museum:

National Rail Museum

This museum is also got in the pocket of New Delhi, which is located in Chanakyapuri, with over an area of 10 acres of land. The museum covered the great collection of more than 100 genuine size displays of Indian Railways.
Highlights: The special of this museum is that there is a toy train that tenders rides of the site on daily basis. And another collection put on sight are antique furniture’s, working models, historical photographs, signaling tools and more.

8.) Calico Museum:

Calico Museum

The Calico Museum is famous for the textiles which located in the city of Ahmedabad in the state of Gujarat in western India. This admirable museum is something should not be skipped while traveling towards an Indian Tour. The museum was started by Gautam Sarabhai and his sister Gira Sarabhai in the year 1949.
Highlights: Museum has stunned collection of fabrics ranging from the pre-historic cloth paintings to the gorgeous Indian fabric. The best and fascinating part of this museum is the display once used by the Mughal rulers of ancient times.


9.) Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum:

Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum

The museum is situated in the Mumbai city and one of the oldest Museum. This is an ancient times museum which displays the decorative arts collection of 19th century, which was opened to the public on May 2, 1872, and that time the museum was named Victoria and Albert Museum.
Highlights: This museum is all about giving the whole picture of the life in Mumbai of the 19th century, which also includes the historical photographs, clay, maps, and costumes.


10.) Napier Museum:

Napier Museum

The oldest museum Napier is perched in Thiruvananthapuram, which is known as the capital of Kerala city.The name this museum got from Lord Napier, who was Governor of Madras.
Highlights: This museum holds up the historic artifacts such as Kathakali puppets models, musical instruments, Kerala chariots and bronze idols of gods and goddess.

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