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Sanelite Technoliges Pvt. Ltd. is incorporated on 6th April, 2009. It is merged and converted from partnership firm with "aryans info" and "sanelite technologies". STPL is well known company in international market.


Friday, April 22, 2011

Good Friday...

Good Friday, also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday or Black Friday, is the Friday before Easter Sunday. It commemorates the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death on the cross. The name "Good Friday" possibly comes from "God's Friday.
On this day, followers observe a time of penance and fasting (after celebrating the birth of Lord Jesus in the first phase). This period of birth till crucifixion is also termed as Lent. There are different rituals followed on this day. Some people fast and other follow forms of renunciation or self-sacrifice, as Jesus fasted for forty days in the desert, before He began His preaching. In this article, we will help you explore all about the history and origin of Good Friday.

History & Origin of Good Friday
Jesus fasted for forty days in the desert, before He began His preaching. Thereafter, He taught the need of prayer and fasting to overcome the Evil One. Good Friday marks the end of the 40-day period of fasting and renunciation during Lent, which recalls the days Jesus, spent in the desert. After this period, Jesus returned to Jerusalem, and was welcomed as the King of the Jews. The wholehearted acceptance of Jesus by the people made the rulers fear that they would lose the people's loyalty, and prompted them to plot against Him.

With the help of Judas, who betrayed Jesus for thirty pieces of silver, Jesus was arrested for treason and condemned to be crucified. This happened on Maundy Thursday, a day before Good Friday. The next day (which is now known as Good Friday) became the darkest day in Christianity. On this very day, Jesus was made to carry the cross, on which he was later crucified as well. Jesus, by his act of forgiving and praying for even those responsible for his death, won a victory for good over evil.

The Roman Catholic Church observes Good Friday with several long-standing traditions today. It is a day of fasting and the altars of the churches are made without candles. The Liturgy of the Word, the Veneration of the Cross and Holy Communion also takes place on this day. The practice of austerities has always been considered important in Christian spirituality and this is especially followed on Good Friday, since it is a day of mourning, a day on which Jesus sacrificed his life for the sake of humanity.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

History Of Ramnavami ...

Ram Navami is one of the most ancient festivals celebrated in India. It is said that the date of Ram Navami can be traced back to the pre-christian era, as Hinduism is the oldest religion of the world. The reference of Ramnavami can also be found in the Kalika puran. It is said in the earlier times, when caste system was prevalent in India; Ramnavami was one of the few festivals that the lower castes (shudras) were allowed to celebrate. In Hindu religion, it is considered to one of the five major sacred festivals and it is said that, properly observing this fast leads to the attainment of salvation.
Every year, the month of March-April witnesses a flurry of activities in the pilgrimages and religious spots around India teeming with millions of Hindus with faith in their hearts and devotion in their minds. It is not something unnatural for the knower who is fully aware that the Hindu month of Chaitra is near and Ram Navami, one of the greatest holy Hindu occassions, is to be celebrated in 'Shukla paksha' or the waxing moon phase on the ninth day of the same.

The faithful Hindus believe that on a similar day in the year 5114 BC, the prayers of Dasharatha, the monarch of Ayodha (an ancient city in
the state of Uttar Pradesh in India) was answered. This king had three wives named Kausalya, Sumitra and Kaikeyi. But none of the three bore him a male child which the king needed to preserve his dynasty and as an heir to his throne. Even after several years of his marriage, the King was unable to be a father. Then the great sage Vasistha adviced him to perform Puthra Kamesti Yagna, the sacred ritual carried out to obtain an offspring. With King Dasharatha's assent, the great sage Maharshi Rushya Shrunga performed the ritual in the most elaborate manner possible. The king was handed a bowl of payasam (a preparation of milk and rice) and asked to distribute the food among his wives. The king gave one half of the payasam to his elder wife Kausalya, and another half to his younger wife Kaikeyi. Both wives give half of their portions to Sumithra. This unequal distribution of the sacred food leads to both Kausalya and Kaikeyi giving birth to one son each while twin sons are born to Sumithra.

The day was one of extreme celebrations in Ayodha where not only the royal family but every resident of the place heaved a sigh of relief and thanked the almighty for this miracle, little knowing that god himself was present among them in the form of Rama, the newborn son of Kausalya.

Wish you Happy Ramnavami

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Congratulations & Celebrations for Second Anniversary of Sanelite Technologies Pvt. Ltd!!!

Anniversaries are often celebrated according to a traditional list of anniversary symbols. Today, a new twist on that time-honored idea has been created just for businesses. Anniversary is a chance to remind the marketplace of your company's past success. It marks the progress of organization.
 It was 6th of April when Sanelite Technologies & Aryans Info both was merged into Sanelite Technologies Pvt. Ltd. We celebrated the day by Cake Cutting followed by Lunch with all Staff members, MD & CEO of the Organization, we had good time together everyone has enjoyed a lot. Also recognize outstanding performers and great suggestions. Arrange for a photo session. Make employees part of the celebration.
You may appreciate senior staff with momentous and ask them to share their journey of joy. Make them feel great and respected. A corporate anniversary is not just a celebration. It is an opportunity that comes no frequently.  We used our company's anniversary as a vehicle to communicate core company initiatives.

Congratulations & Celebrations for Second Anniversary of Sanelite Technologies Pvt. Ltd!!!

Monday, April 4, 2011

History of Gudi Padwa...!!!

Gudi Padwa is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month, and is celebrated as New Year's Day by Maharashtrians and Hindu Konkanis (called as Samvatsar (Sausar) Padvo or Yugadi by Konkanis ). It is the same day on which great king Shalivahana defeated Sakas in battle.

This is also first day of Marathi Calendar. This festival is supposed to mark the beginning of Vasant (spring). According to the Gregorian calendar this would fall sometime at the end of March and the beginning of April. According to the Brahma Purana, this is the day on which Brahma created the world after the deluge and time began to tick from this day forth. This is one of the 3 and a half days in the Indian Lunar calendar called "Sade-Teen Muhurt", who’s every moment is considered auspicious in general to start a new activity.

While the people of Maharashtra use the term Gudi Padwa for this festival and the Konkanis use Sanvsar Padvo (sanvsar derived from samvatsar meaning year) the people of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka term the same festival, observed on the same day, Ugadi. The Sindhi festival of Cheti Chand is celebrated same day.
Gudhi Padwa is especially dedicated to the worship of Lord Brahma. Many legend states that this festival is celebrated to commemorate the coronation of Rama after his return to Ayodhya from 14 years of exile.

Some Maharashtrians see the gudhi as a symbol of victory associated with the conquests of the Maratha forces lead by the great hero Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Gudi is also displayed as they are expected to ward off evil and invite prosperity and good luck into the house.
Gudi is also symbol of victory of Shalivahana over Sakas, which people hoisted when he returend to Paithan.

The gudi, Brahma’s flag (Brahmadhvaj) is hoisted in every house as a symbolic representation of Rama’s victory and happiness on returning to Ayodhya after slaying Ravan. Since a symbol of victory is always held high, so is the gudi (flag).

A bright green or yellow cloth adorned with brocade (zari) is tied to the tip of a long bamboo over which gathi (a type of sweet), Neem leaves, a twig of mango leaves and a garland of red flowers is tied. This is then hoisted by placing a silver or copper pot placed in the inverted position over it. Beautiful designs with special powder of soft, white stone (rangolis) are drawn on the floor in front of it. Everyone eagerly waits to usher in the New Year. Then uttering meaning, ‘I offer obeisance to the flag of Lord Brahma’ one should ritualistically worship the Gudi with a resolve. Since Lord Brahma created the universe on this day, this flag is called ‘the flag of Brahma’ (Brahmadhvaj) in the scriptures. Some also refer to it as ‘the flag of Indra’ (Indradhvaj). On Gudhi Padwa, you will find gudhi hanging out of window or otherwise prominently displayed in traditional Maharashtrian households.

Friday, April 1, 2011

What is April Fool’s Day.. Why people celebrate

What is April Fool’s Day?
April Fools’ Day or All Fools’ Day is a day celebrated in many countries on April 1. The day is marked by the commission of hoaxes and other practical jokes of varying sophistication on friends, family members, enemies, and neighbors, or sending them on a fool’s errand, the aim of which is to embarrass the gullible. The earliest recorded association between April 1 and foolishness can be found in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Many writers suggest that the restoration of January 1 as New Year’s Day the 16th century was responsible for the creation of the holiday, but this theory does not explain earlier references.

What is the history of April Fool’s Day?

In Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the “Nun’s Priest’s Tale” is set Syn March bigan thritty dayes and two. Chaucer probably meant 32 days after March, i.e. May 2, the anniversary of the engagement of King Richard II of England to Anne of Bohemia, which took place in 1381. However, readers apparently misunderstood this line to mean “March 32,” i.e. April 1. In Chaucer’s tale, the vain cock Chauntecler is tricked by a fox.
In 1508, a French poet referred to a poisson d’avril, a possible reference to the holiday. In 1539, Flemish poet Eduard de Dene wrote of a nobleman who sent his servants on foolish errands on April 1. In 1686, John Aubrey referred to the holiday as “Fools holy day”, the first British reference. On April 1, 1698, several people were tricked into going to the Tower of London to “see the Lions washed.” The name “April Fools” echoes that of the Feast of Fools, a medieval holiday held on December 28.
In the middle Ages, New Year’s Day was celebrated on March 25 in most European towns. In some areas of France, New Year’s was a week-long holiday ending on April 1. So it is possible that April Fools originated because those who celebrated on January 1 made fun of those who celebrated on other dates. The use of January 1 as New Year’s Day was common in France by the mid-sixteenth century, and this date was adopted officially in 1564 by the Edict of Roussillon.
In the eighteenth century the festival was often posited as going back to the time of Noah. According to an English newspaper article published in 1789, the day had its origin when Noah sent his dove off too early, before the waters had receded; he did this on the first day of the Hebrew month that corresponds with April.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Happy Intenational Women's Day

In the words of Late Pt Jawaharlal Nehru: "You can tell the condition of a nation by looking at the status of its women". As we will be celebrating women’s day on 08th March, I feel that it is my duty to express my gratitude to all women in my life, as a mother, sister, friend, and peer…to all known and unknown women’s.

Need to Celebrate Women Day

International Women's Day (8 March) is an occasion marked by women's groups around the world. This date is also commemorated at the United Nations and is designated in many countries as a national holiday. When women on all continents, often divided by national boundaries and by ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and political differences, come together to celebrate their Day.

International Women's Day is the story of ordinary women as makers of history; it is rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing with men. In ancient Greece, Lysistrata initiated a sexual strike against men in order to end war; during the French Revolution, Parisian women calling for "liberty,
equality, and fraternity" marched on Versailles to demand women's suffrage.

The idea of an International Women's Day first arose at the turn of 20th century, which in the industrialized world was a period of expansion and turbulence, booming population growth and radical ideologies.
The purpose of Women's History Month is to increase consciousness and knowledge of women's history: to take one month of the year to remember the contributions of notable and ordinary women, in hopes that the day will soon come when it's impossible to teach or learn history without remembering these contributions.