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Hello SCN,

Before I take you all through my journey I would like to thanks to Sneha Jadhav  for blogging me and also to BIF for giving such a good opportunity to express myself. Find Sneha’s BIF here Blog It Forward- Sneha Jadhav This is really great initiative where we familiarize with all kinds of diverse people, culture, lifestyle and many more around the world.

You will get more information about this here Blog It Forward Community Challenge and If you wants to join the challenge and haven’t been tagged by anyone yet, list your details here Blog It Forward (BIF) Chain

Here is the Journey begins with my introduction….

Myself Deepali Mane form Maharashtra India.

I born and brought up in Pune city. Pune has also been referred to as the Queen of the Deccan”, “Oxford of the East”, and “Detroit of India”. We speak Marathi language.

I completed my Electronics & Telecommunication engineering from Pune Institute of Computer Technology (PICT) in 2013 and started my career with world’s third largest telecommunication company Vodafone IT services as SAP HR developer in Pune.

Here we go with Fun Fact about my Country:

India is the world’s largest diverse and populous democracy country.

India has about 30 languages spoken by more than million native speakers and about 122 languages by more than 10,000. India is also rich with Religious, cultural, musical, dance, food, Bio diversity. Hindi is national language of India.

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This is our Indian flag. Each color symbolizes deep menaing. Saffron colour denotes renunciation of disinterestedness. The white in the centre is light, the path of truth to guide our conduct. The green shows our relation to soil, our relation to the plant life here, on which all other life depends. The “Ashoka Chakra” in the centre of the white is the wheel of the law of dharma. Truth or satya, dharma or virtue ought to be the controlling principle of those who work under this flag. Again, the wheel denotes motion. There is death in stagnation. There is life in movement. India should no more resist change, it must move and go forward. The wheel represents the dynamism of peaceful change.

Beautiful Historical places of my country:

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Fun fact about my Home city:

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Here are some awesome pictures of my own city Pune. In Marathi, my city is known as vidyeche maherghar which means, the hometown of education. Chhatrapati Shivaji the great king of Marathas has established his kingdom in this region.

Ganeshotsav:

Ganeshostav means Ganesh festival. We celebrate many festivals and among them Ganesh festival has special importance in our life. This Ganesh festival is about bringing home Lord Ganesha. All the Ganesha idols are brilliantly crafted. We believe Lord Ganesha descends on the earth on Ganesh Chaturthi to stay with his devotees for the course of ten days and clear all their obstacles. In return devotees pamper their beloved Lord Ganesha as an honoured guest and prepare his favourite sweets.

Ganesh Festival Pictures

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Puneri Pagadi: The Puneri Pagadi is a turban, which is considered as a symbol of pride and honor in my city. The Pagadi is used mostly on special occasions like wedding ceremonies and traditional days in schools and colleges

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Puneri patya: You would come across numerous small boards giving you some or the other instructions on the roads of Pune in Marathi language, those boards are known as Puneri Patya. These boards are no simple boards but possess words which are enthroned on sharp arrow heads that penetrate in your soul giving you a lifetime experience

This board is saying that “Thief should take this into consideration that here he/she will be caught”

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Tell us something about your hobbies?

Playing guitar is my passion. I like to dance, write poems, and visit different places and decorating the rooms on festivals. I like tree planting. Here are some pictures of plants which I planted.

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How I come to know about SCN and What do I most enjoy on SCN?

My manager Fazeel Farooqui suggested me to join SCN. This community is really helpful to gain knowledge for beginner.

Here in SCN I enjoy reading blogs, documents, and new challenges.

Blogging It Forward:

I would like to blog it forward to vyshnavi sri Rachana Desale I would be happy if they could answer below questions:

1.       1. What do you enjoy most in your work and why?

2.       2. How I come to know about SCN and What do I most enjoy on SCN?

3.       3. What is your personal life dream?

Thank you 🙂

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  1. Sneha Jadhav

    Hi Deepali,

    Beautifully written blog..:)

    You have nicely pointed out culture of Pune by mentioning Ganesh Festival, Puneri patya and Puneri Pagadi.

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  2. Michelle Crapo

    Wow!  Very nice.   My favorite picture was the Ganesh Festival pictures.  I can understand why you would like decorating rooms for the festivals.   That would be so much fun.  I’m not at all talented that way though.  

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