Namaskar!! ( Hi to all)

Marathi is my mother tongue so I have started my blog with Marathi word.

Before starting the blog I would like to thank Sneha Jadhav who blogged it forward to me.

“Blog It Forward” is a good initiative where we will get to know many people on Scn World.


Introduction:

My name is Ganesh Bothe, born and brought up in Majalagaon (Beed district state Maharashtra). After my12th(H.SC) I moved to Aurangabad to pursue  Engineering from PES College of engineering (DR.B.A.M.U University). In Last year of my B.E I had been selected in campus interview.

Some time I feel, I am lucky I did not suffer for searching job after completing B.E in Information technology.Thanks to God 🙂 .

I have started my Carrier in SAP BI from Reliance Industries Limited. It’s my First Company “Anna data “Till my first job,I am taking money from others from here I able to give money to other 🙂 .

I was part of RIL Mumbai for 4 years then I moved to other two companies and currently I am working for Infosys Limited Pune as SAP BI-BO consultant.

Let’s see some photograph

Sindhphana River from My place majalagaon – Near this river very good temple of lord shiva where I used to go at my childhood. Do not search water in river. Photo is from summer 😉

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Majalgaon Dam:

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I have spent 4 years of my life in Aurangabad for BE. Here I have completed my graduation BE(Information technology)

My College

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Some most beautiful places near Aurangabad.

Bibi ka makbara – is located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It was commissioned by the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in the late 17th century in the memory of his first wife, Dilras Banu Begum.It looks similar like world famous TajMahal. it is also called the Dakkhani Taj

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Ajanta & Ellora Caves – The caves include paintings and created in second century.

Ajanta Caves have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Dollata bad fort – Devagiri (Daultabad of the later period), 11kms north-west of Aurangabad, is a famous for its formidable hill fort.  The fort is situated on an isolated cone-shaped hill rising abruptly from the plain to the height of about 190 metres.

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After completion of BE I moved to Mumbai for first Job”Mumbai meri Jaan”

This is the road on which I will travel on week ends Pune Mumbai Express way

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About Mumbai people says city which never stop.its true and enjoied alot in Mumbai with my friends..

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Currently I settled in Pune with my lovely family – My mother,father,my wife,brother,his wife and two clever child ABHA(my brother’s daughter)and my son AMOGH 🙂 ..

Fun facts about my country:

India is my country. Well Sneha has already covered quite a few things about India in her blogBlog It Forward- Sneha Jadhav

Let me cover something different here “Ashok stambh”


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Ashok stambh (pillar) is the national emblem of India. On 26 January 1950, Ashok stambh was adopted as the national emblem of India. It is used in different government letters and is also part of Indian currency

·  King Asoka had built these pillars during his reign. There are about 19 pillars still standing in the northern India. Among these pillars, pillar of Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh is most famous. Ashok stambh (pillar) of Sarnath has been adopted as the national emblem of India.

The Ashok stambh of sarnath has a historical significance. It represents the place where Buddha taught his lessons of dharma to the five monks. Then these monks spread the Buddhism to all over the world.

  • This stambh has four lions seated back to back. These lions represent power, courage, confidence and pride.
  • Ashok chakra is also carved on the pillar. Ashok chakra is also part of the Indian national flag.


(Festival of colours or love)- Sneha has already covered most of festivals of Maharashtra.I think she forgot to include  “Ganesh Utsav” and “Gudi Padwa”which is also we celebrate.

Ganesh Utsav”

While the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi as a religious festival has been since time immemorial, the concept of celebrating it as a public event (Ganesh Utsav) is a relatively recent phenomenon. The history of Ganesh Utsav traces back to the early 1890s when freedom struggle in India was still in infancy and limited only among the elite club of Congress (which was formed in 1885 by the British civil servant, A.O.Hume).

It was the time when Lokamanya Tilak declared Swaraj as the national goal and sought the participation of masses but soon realized that India was deeply divided along the lines of castes. There was severe animosity among castes (especially between Brahmins & non-Brahmins) and it was high time such differences were resolved so that everybody would be united for a common cause (of freedom struggle). With these ideas in mind, Tilak hit upon the plan of gathering masses for the purpose of celebrating a festival annually which would turn forge the feeling of communal and linguistic harmony. Since Lord Ganesha was adored by people of all castes, Tilak started the tradition of Sarvajanik Ganesha Utsav where a clay idolof Ganesh would be installed in public places in Bombay. The utsav would last for several days with cultural programmes and nationalistic speeches to motivate people and interestingly even Muslim leaders would deliver speeches during such annual utsav gatherings.

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“Gudi Padwa”

Marathi name for Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. It is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the New year according to the lunisolar Hindu calendar.

In this year its on 22 march means this month only so wishing all !”Very Happy New year”!.

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Answers of the questions which were blog it forwarded to me:

Tell us something about your hobbies?

I like to listen music specialyy Marathi songs,Playing Chess, travelling and spending time on SCN.


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

At the begining of my first job I come to know about sdn from my team members.sdn is my teacher at that time.I have diffrent Id at that time .but from last 3 years once again I am active on scn.It s knowledge hub.SCN = Google for SAP.

I think SCN is Team which will be always together to help each other.I like this spirit of each team member and i am sure we will keep this .In Marathi we called as “Ek Meka Sahaya Karu Avaghe Dharoo Supantha”, meaning Help Every Member in One or Other to Achieve His/Her Goal. We gather together to help each other. Take everybody together and go ahead.

I like to help on BI space which is my area in which i am working.I am glad to inform that from last two years my name is 12 month leader board.

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What was the most fun project you ever participated in and why?

When I was part of Tata Technologies we have implemented Dashoard at client side and we got the Best Project award for that.

We have Three people team at client side (Neha ,Geeyo and Me)We enjoyed at lot during this time apart from project we had lot of Fun..I never forget this period 🙂 .

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Blogging It Forward:

I would like to blog it forward to Jitendra Gupta  Hrishikesh PatkiJitendra Gupta Prasad Deshpande 

HITESH GAVANDE

I would be happy if they could answer below questions:

  1.   Tell us something about your hobbies?
  2.   What you think SCN is addictive or not?
  3.   Tell us about your any project that you had fun?

Rules to join the challenge:

    • Read Moshe’s blog Blog It Forward – Moshe Naveh
    • Provide an introduction to yourself
    • Provide a fun fact about your country or yourself
    • Add a cool picture of yourself or your homeland/town
    • Answer specific questions that were “Blog It Forward” to you
    • Answer 3-4 optional questions from the bank of questions provided below. Or choose to answer questions you make-up on your own.
    • Create 1-2 personalized  questions you would like to blog forward
    • List at least 2 people who you are blogging it forward to. Share why you choose them. Link to their SCN profile by typing @  and then their name (e.g. @His Name).Ask the community to follow the Blog It Forward Chain in order to be updated when the people you “Blog It Forward” to post the links to their “Blog It Forward” blogs.

Thanks to all for reading my blog.- In Marathi ” Mandal Apale Abhari ahe” 🙂 .

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  1. Sneha Jadhav

    Hi Ganesh,

    Enjoyed reading your blog. You have nicely explained about the ‘Ashok Stambh’.

    I liked all the snaps flaunting the beautiful places from Aurangabad.

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  2. Nilesh Shete

    Hi  Ganesh,

    Nice to know about you and your place.I also like photos of diffrent places in your blog.

    Wish you happy “Gudi Padwa” 🙂 .

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  3. Sampat Kumkar

    Nice blog Ganesh.

    Bibi Ka Maqbara is nice place to visit during rainy season and winter. I used to leave near by this place while studying my PG at university campus.

    Regards

    Sampat

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  4. Phani KV

    Hi  Ganesh,

    Nice to read your blag, Ganesh Utsav” we will celebrate more fun and activly and good explanation about our india Emblem – “Ashok stambh”.

    Thanks,

    Phani.

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  5. Kamlesh Kumar Arya

    Hello Ganesh,

    Good to know more about you. 🙂 I liked the way you have explained about our country.

    Keep on sharing and rocking in SAP.

    Wish you all the very best for your bright career.

    Regards

    Kamlesh

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