October 31, 2016

GOVARDHAN PUJA , ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA

Wishing on this most Auspicious, Divine, Sacred, Spiritual and Devotional occasion of  " GOVARDHAN PUJA (ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA) FESTIVAL"  , to all my Friends, Near and Dear ones, Family members, Sisters and Brothers, all my Relatives, Loved ones, My Blog Readers, My Blog Visitors, My Blog Voters, Everyone and to All of You Living in Every Nook and Corner of INDIA and also Living All Over the GLOBE " A VERY HAPPY "GOVARDHAN PUJA (ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA) FESTIVAL " AND "MAY LOVE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY SUPREME GODS LORD SHRI KRISHNA AND LORD SHRI VISHVAKARMA REMOVES ALL OBSTACLES IN YOUR WAY AND LADDER OF SUCCESS AND BLESS YOU AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS, JOY, PEACE, LOVE, ETERNAL BLISS, AND A VERY LONG LASTING PROSPERITY AND IMMENSE STRENGTH TO ALWAYS WORK AND EARN, TO EVERYBODY ON THIS PIOUS AND HAPPY OCCASION OF " GOVARDHAN PUJA (ANNAKOOT, VISHVAKARMA PUJA) FESTIVAL  " BY THE GRACE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY GODS AND GODDESSES TODAY  AND ALWAYS." 

Goverdhan puja(Annakoot) translated as “a mountain of food”, is a Hindu festival on the fourth day of a five-day festival of Diwali, in which devotees prepare and offer a large variety of vegetarian food to the murtis of Paramatma(God) as a mark of gratitude. For Vaishnavas, this day commemorates the incident in the Bhagavata Puran when Krishna lifted Govardhan hill on his pinky to provide the villagers of Vrindavan shelter from torrential rains. The incident is seen to represent how God will protect all devotees who take singular refuge in him. Devotees offer a mountain of food, metaphorically representing the Govardhan hill, to God as a ritual remembrance and to renew their faith in taking refuge in God. The festival is observed by Hindus in India and all over the world. The Annakut festival occurs on the first lunar day of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month of Kartik, which is the fourth day of Deepawali (Diwali), the Hindu festival of lights, and also the first day of the Vikram Samvat calendar.  While the first three days of Diwali are days of prayer to sanctify wealth and invite greater wealth into the devotee’s life, the Annakut day is a day of offering gratitude for God’s beneficence. 
Craftsmen all over India and based outside India all over the world pay reverence to their tools and machinery on this day today of VISHVAKARMA PUJA / ANNAKOOT and perform GOD VISHVAKARMA PUJA.SOURCE--WIKIPEDIA.

from Vijay Kumar Verma---Noida INDIA. 


INDIA FIRST, I AM INDIA, I LOVE MY INDIA, AND I AM PROUD TO BE INDIAN.

October 30, 2016

HAPPY DIWALI (HAPPY DEEPAVALI)

Wishing on this most Auspicious, Divine, Sacred, Spiritual and Devotional occasion of  " DIWALI (DEEPAVALI) FESTIVAL"  , to all my Friends, Near and Dear ones, Family members, Sisters and Brothers, all my Relatives, Loved ones, My Blog Readers, My Blog Visitors, My Blog Voters, Everyone and to All of You Living in Every Nook and Corner of INDIA and also Living All Over the GLOBE " A VERY HAPPY " DIWALI (DEEPAVALI) " AND "MAY LOVE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY SUPREME GODS LORD SHRI GANESHA AND GODDESSES MAA MAHALAXMI, MAA MAHASARASWATI AND MAA MAHAKALI REMOVES ALL OBSTACLES IN YOUR WAY AND LADDER OF SUCCESS AND BLESS YOU AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS, JOY, PEACE, LOVE, ETERNAL BLISS, AND A VERY LONG LASTING PROSPERITY TO EVERYBODY ON THIS PIOUS AND HAPPY OCCASION OF " DIWALI (DEEPAVALI)" BY THE GRACE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY GODS AND GODDESSES  AND ALWAYS." 

from Vijay Kumar Verma---Noida INDIA. 

INDIA FIRST, I AM INDIA, I LOVE MY INDIA, AND I AM PROUD TO BE INDIAN.

Diwali (Deepavali) is India's big festival. Diwali means rows of lighted lamps. It is a festival of lights and all Indian Hindus celebrate it. During this festival, people light up their houses and shops. They worship Lord Ganesh for good welfare and prosperity and people also worship goddess Lakshmi for wealth and wisdom.This festival is celebrated in the Hindu month of Kartik which falls sometime during October or November. It is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Ram from 14 years of exile and his victory over the demon Ravan. In many parts of India, Diwali is celebrated for five consecutive days and is one of the most popular festivals in India. Hindus regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen family and relationships. In some parts of India, it marks the beginning of the new year. It is celebrated not only in India but also abroad. The Hindus worship the god Ganesh during Diwali.
Firecrackers, which use sulphur and paper, put sulphur dioxide and charcoal into the air so crackers are now forbidden in silent zones i.e. near hospitals, schools and courts.
Hindus light up their homes and shops, to welcome the goddess of wealth and fortune, Lakshmi to welcome her in to give them good luck for the year ahead. A few days before Ravtegh, which is the day before Diwali, houses, buildings, shops and temples arc thoroughly cleaned, white-washed and decorated with pictures, toys and flowers. On the Diwali day, people put on rich clothes, exchanging greetings, gifts and sweets on this day.
At night, buildings are illuminated with earthen lamps, candlesticks and electric bulbs. Sweets and toy shops are decorated to attract the passers-by. The bazaars and streets are overcrowded. People buy sweets for their own families and also send them as presents to their friends and relatives. At night, Goddess Laxmi, the goddess of wealth, is worshipped in the form of earthen images and silver rupee. People believe that on this day, Hindu Goddess Laxmi enters only those houses which are neat and tidy. People offer prayers for their own health, wealth and prosperity. They leave the light on in buildings in their belief that Goddess Laxmi will find no difficulty in finding her way in.SOURCE--WIKEPEDIA

October 29, 2016

HAPPY CHHOTI DIWALI (NARAKA CHATURDASHI)

CHHOTI DIWALI also known as NARAKA CHATURDASHI is a Hindu festival, which falls on Chaturdashi (14th day) of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashvin month, which is the second day of the five-day-long festival of Diwali. The Hindu literature narrates that the asura (demon) Narakasura was killed on this day by KrishnaSatyabhama and Kali. The day is celebrated by early morning religious rituals and festivities followed on.The festival is also called as "Kali Chaudas", where Kali means dark (eternal) and Chaudas means fourteenth, this is celebrated on the 14th day of the dark half of Ashvin month. In some regions of India, Kali Chaudas is the day allotted to the worship of Mahakali or Shakti and is believed that on this day Kali killed the asura (demon) Narakasura. Hence also referred to as Naraka-Chaturdashi, Kali Chaudas is day to abolish laziness and evil which create hell in our life and shine light on life.The puja is performed with oil, flowers, and sandalwood. Coconuts are also offered to Hanuman and Prasad of sesame seed, jaggery and rice flakes (poha) with ghee and sugar.
The rituals of Kali Choudas is strongly suggestive of the origin of Diwali as a harvest festival is performed. On this day delicacies are prepared from pounded semi-cooked rice (called Poha or Pova). This rice is taken from the fresh harvest available at that time. This custom is prevalent both in rural and urban areas especially in Western India.On this day, a head wash and application of kajal in the eyes is believed to keep away the kali nazar (evil eye). Some say that those who are into tantra, learn their 'mantras' on this day. Alternatively, people offer Nivet is local to where they are originally from. This goddess is called their Kul Devi, in order to cast off evil spirits. Some families also offer food to their forefathers on this day. The second day of Diwali is known as Kali Choudas in GujaratRajasthan & few part of Maharashtra.
On this day Hindus get up earlier than usual. The men will rub their bodies in perfumed oils before bathing. Afterwards, clean clothes are worn; some people wear new ones. A large breakfast is enjoyed with relatives and friends. In the evening, a mix of bright and loud fireworks are set off in an atmosphere of joyful fun and noise. Special sweet dishes are served as part of the midday meal. House are lit with oil lamps during the evening.
In Goa, paper-made effigies of Narakasura, filled with grass and firecrackers symbolising evil, are made. These effigies are burnt at around four o'clock in the morning and then firecrackers are burst, and people return home to take a scented oil bath. Lamps are lit in a line. The women of the house perform aarti of the men, gifts are exchanged, a bitter berry called kareet is crushed under the feet in token of killing Narakasura, symbolising evil and removal of ignorance. Different varieties of Poha and sweets are made and eaten with family and friends.SOURCE--WIKEPEDIA
Wishing on this most Auspicious, Divine, Sacred, Spiritual and Devotional occasion of  "CHHOTI DIWALI (NARAKA CHATURDASHI) FESTIVAL"  , to all my Friends, Near and Dear ones, Family members, Sisters and Brothers, all my Relatives, Loved ones, My Blog Readers, My Blog Visitors, My Blog Voters, Everyone and to All of You Living in Every Nook and Corner of INDIA and also Living All Over the GLOBE " A VERY HAPPY "CHHOTI DIWALI " AND "MAY LOVE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY SUPREME GODS AND GODDESSES MAA MAHAKALI AND MAA MAHALAXMI REMOVES ALL OBSTACLES IN YOUR WAY AND LADDER OF SUCCESS AND BLESS YOU AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS, JOY, PEACE, LOVE, ETERNAL BLISS, AND A VERY LONG LASTING PROSPERITY TO EVERYBODY ON THIS "CHHOTI DIWALI" BY THE GRACE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY GODDESS MAA MAHAKALI AND MAA MAHALAXMI  AND ALWAYS." 

from Vijay Kumar Verma---Noida INDIA. 

INDIA FIRST, I AM INDIA, I LOVE MY INDIA, AND I AM PROUD TO BE INDIAN.

October 28, 2016

DHANTERAS (DHANVANTARI)

Dhanteras is the first day of the Diwali.The festival is known as "Dhanatrayodashi" or "Dhanvantari Trayodashi".It is celebrated on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight) in the Vikram Sambat Hindu calendar month of Dhanvantari is worshipped on the occasion of Dhanvantari Trayodashi. Dhanvantari is considered to be the teacher of all physicians and the originator of Ayurveda.
Although Dhanteras has become associated with wealth and people buy gold or silver jewellery and utensils on this day, there is no association of either wealth or gold with Dhanvantari, who is a provider of good health rather than wealth.
On the day of Dhantrayodashi Goddess Lakshmi came out from the ocean of milk during the churning of the Sea. Hence, Goddess Lakshmi, along with Lord Kuber is worshiped on the day of Trayodashi.
An ancient legend describes the occasion to an interesting story about the 16-year-old son of King Hima. His horoscope predicted his death by snake-bite on the fourth day of his marriage. On that particular day, his newly-wed wife did not allow him to sleep. She laid out all her ornaments and lots of gold and silver coins in a heap at the entrance of the sleeping chamber and lit lamps all over the place. Then she narrated stories and sang songs to keep her husband from falling asleep. The next day, when Yama, the god of Death arrived at the prince's doorstep in the guise of a Serpent, his eyes were dazzled and blinded by the brilliance of the lamps and the jewellery. Yama could not enter the Prince's chamber, so he climbed on top of the heap of gold coins and sat there the entire night listening to the stories and songs. In the morning, he silently went away. Thus, the young prince was saved from the clutches of death by the cleverness of his new bride, and the day came to be celebrated as Dhanteras. The following day came to be called Naraka Chaturdashi ('Naraka' means hell and Chaturdashi means 14th). It is also known as ‘Yamadeepdaan’ as the ladies of the house light earthen lamps or ‘deep’ and these are kept burning throughout the night glorifying Yama, the God of Death. Since this is the night before Diwali, it is also called 'Chhoti Diwali'.
According to another popular legend, when the Gods and demons churned the ocean for Amrita or nectar, Dhanvantari (the physician of the Gods and an incarnation of Vishnu) emerged carrying a jar of the elixir on the day of Dhanteras.
On the day of Dhanteras, business premises are renovated and decorated. Entrances are made colorful with lanterns and traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. To indicate her long-awaited arrival, small footprints are drawn with rice flour and vermilion powder all over the houses. Lamps are kept burning all through the night.
On Dhanteras Hindus consider it auspicious to purchase gold or silver articles or at least one or two new utensils. It is believed that new "Dhan" or some form of precious metal is a sign of good luck"Lakshmi Puja" is performed in the evenings when tiny Diyas of clay are lit to drive away the shadows of evil spirits. "Bhajans", devotional songs in praise of Goddess Lakshmi, are also sung.
Dhanteras is celebrated with gusto and enthusiasm.And "Naivedya" of traditional sweets is offered to the Goddess. There is a peculiar custom in Maharashtra to lightly pound dry coriander seeds (Dhane in Marathi for Dhanatrayodashi) with jaggery and offer as Naivedya.In villagescattle are adorned and worshiped by farmers as they form the main source of their income. SOURCE--WIKEPEDIA.
Wishing on this most Auspicious, Divine, Sacred, Spiritual and Devotional occasion of  "DHANTERAS (DHANVANTARI) FESTIVAL"  , to all my Friends, Near and Dear ones, Family members, Sisters and Brothers, all my Relatives, Loved ones, My Blog Readers, My Blog Visitors, My Blog Voters, Everyone and to All of You Living in Every Nook and Corner of INDIA and also Living All Over the GLOBE " A VERY HAPPY DHANTERAS " AND "MAY LOVE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY SUPREME GODS AND GODDESSES MAA MAHALAXMI REMOVES ALL OBSTACLES IN YOUR WAY AND LADDER OF SUCCESS AND BLESS YOU AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS, JOY, PEACE, LOVE, ETERNAL BLISS, AND A VERY LONG LASTING PROSPERITY TO EVERYBODY ON THIS DHANTERAS BY THE GRACE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY GODDESS MAA MAHALAXMI  AND ALWAYS." 

from Vijay Kumar Verma---Noida INDIA. 

INDIA FIRST, I AM INDIA, I LOVE MY INDIA, AND I AM PROUD TO BE INDIAN.

October 19, 2016

KARVA CHAUTH FASTING AND FESTIVAL


The fasting women collectively sitting in a circle, while doing Karva Chauth puja, singing song while performing the feris (passing their thalis around in the circle)

The fasting women after performing the Karva Chauth puja, while offering water towards sun (arka).
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A woman looking through a sieve after completing the fast, first looking at the rising moon and then at her spouse.

Karva Chauth  is a one-day festival celebrated by Hindu women in INDIA & many countries in which married women fast from sunrise to moonrise for the safety and longevity of their husbands.The fast is traditionally celebrated in INDIA in the states of Madhya Pradesh, RajasthanUttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, HaryanaPunjab and Delhi The festival falls on the fourth day after the full moon, as per the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Kartik i.e. October Sometimes, unmarried women join the fast for their fiancĂ©s or desired husbands.
A similar festival known as Chhath is observed in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Bihar. Teej is celebrated in the same style.
Karva is another word for 'pot' (a small earthen pot of water) and chauth means 'fourth' in Hindi (a reference to the fact that the festival falls on the fourth day of the dark-fortnight, or Krishna paksha, of the month of Kartik).The festival originated and came to be celebrated only in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent. Women begin preparing for Karva Chauth a few days in advance, by buying cosmetics (shringar), traditional adornments or jewelry, and puja items, such as the Karva lamps, matthi, henna and the decorated puja thali (plate). Local bazaars take on a festive look as shopkeepers put their Karva Chauth related products on display. 
On the day of the fast, women in INDIA awake to eat and drink just before sunrise. In Uttar Pradesh, celebrants eat soot feni with milk in sugar on the eve of the festival. It is said that this helps them go without water the next day. In Punjab, sargi  is an important part of this pre-dawn meal and always includes fenia. It is traditional for the sargi to be sent or given to the woman by her mother-in-law. If the mother-in-law lives with the woman, the pre-dawn meal is prepared by the mother-in-law.
The fast begins with the dawn. Fasting women do not eat during the day. In traditional observances of the fast, the fasting woman does no housework. Women apply henna and other cosmetics to themselves and each other. The day passes in meeting friends and relatives.
In the evening, a community women-only ceremony is held. Participants dress in fine clothing and wear jewellery and henna, and (in some regions) dress in the complete finery of their wedding dresses. The dresses (saris or shalwars) are frequently red, gold or orange, which are considered auspicious colors. 
The fasters sit in a circle with their puja thalis. Depending on region and community, a version of the story of Karva Chauth is narrated, with regular pauses. The storyteller is usually an older woman or a priest.In the pauses, the Karva Chauth puja song is sung collectively the singers perform the feris (passing their thalis around in the circle).
The first six describe some of the activities that are taboo during the fast and the seventh describes the lifting of those restrictions with the conclusion of the fast. The forbidden activities include weaving cloth (kumbh chrakhra feri naa), pleading with or attempting to please anyone (ruthda maniyen naa), and awakening anyone who is asleep (suthra jagayeen naa). For the first six feris they sing
...Veero kudiye Karvara, Sarv suhagan Karvara, Aye katti naya teri naa, Kumbh chrakhra feri naa, Aar pair payeen naa, Ruthda maniyen naa, Suthra jagayeen naa, Ve veero kuriye Karvara, Ve sarv suhagan Karvara...
For the seventh feri, they sing
...Veero kudiye Karvara, Sarv suhagan Karvara, Aye katti naya teri nee, Kumbh chrakhra feri bhee, Aar pair payeen bhee, Ruthda maniyen bhee, Suthra jagayeen bhee, Ve veero kuriye Karvara, Ve sarv suhagan Karvara...
Thereafter, the fasters offer baayna (a melange of goodies like halwa, puri, namkeen mathri, meethi mathri, etc.) to the idols (mansana) and hand over to their mother-in-law or sister-in-law.

The fera ceremony concluded, the women await the rising of the moon. Once the moon is visible, depending on the region and community, it is customary for a fasting woman, with her husband nearby, to view its reflection in a vessel filled with water, through a sieve, or through the cloth of a dupatta. Water is offered (arka) to the moon (som or chandra, the lunar deity) to secure its blessings. She then turns to her husband and views his face indirectly in the same manner. In some regions, the woman says a brief prayer asking for her husband's life. It is believed that at this stage, spiritually strengthened by her fast, the woman can successfully confront and defeat death (personified by Yama). In Rajasthan, the women say "Like the gold necklace and the pearl bracelet, just like the moon may my suhaag always shine brightly."
The husband now takes the water from the thali and gives his wife her first sip and feeds her with the first morsel of the day (usually something sweet). The fast is now broken, and the woman has a complete meal.SOURCE--WIKIPEDIA
Wishing on this most Auspicious, Divine, Sacred, Spiritual and Devotional occasion of  "KARVA CHAUTH FASTING AND FESTIVAL" AND , to all my Friends, Near and Dear ones, Family members, Sisters and Brothers, all my Relatives, Loved ones, My Blog Readers, My Blog Visitors, My Blog Voters, Everyone and to All of You Living in Every Nook and Corner of INDIA and also Living All Over the GLOBE " A VERY HAPPY KARVA CHAUTH " AND "MAY LOVE AND BLESSINGS OF ALMIGHTY SUPREME GODS AND GODDESSES REMOVES ALL OBSTACLES IN YOUR WAY AND LADDER OF SUCCESS AND BLESS YOU AND FILL YOUR LIFE WITH HAPPINESS, JOY, PEACE, LOVE, ETERNAL BLISS, PROSPERITY AND A VERY LONG LASTING AND ROMANTIC BONDING BETWEEN ALL THE COUPLES ON THIS KARVA CHAUTH  AND ALWAYS." 

from Vijay Kumar Verma---Noida INDIA. 

I AM INDIA, I LOVE MY INDIA, INDIA FIRST AND I AM PROUD TO BE INDIAN.

October 17, 2016

Start Use Do

"Start Use Do" is not any type of instructions, "Start Use Do" is not any form of guidance, "Start Use Do" is not any type of counseling, "Start Use Do" is not any form of advice, "Start Use Do" not any method of teachings, "Start Use Do" is not any type of directions being given,  "Start Use Do" is not any type of management jargon, "Start Use Do" is not any type of aphrodisiac, "Start Use Do" is not any type of magical therapy, "Start Use Do" is not any type of mystical power, "Start Use Do" is not any type of command, "Start Use Do" is not any type of prescription, "Start Use Do" is not any type of strategy, "Start Use Do" is not any type of policy, "Start Use Do" is not any type of reinforcement . "Start Use Do" is not any type of direction. "Start Use Do" is not any type of regulation. "Start Use Do" is not any type of legislation. "Start Use Do" is not any type of administration. "Start Use Do" is not ant type of control. "Start Use Do" is not any type of enforcement, "Start Use Do" is not any type of recommendation. "Start Use Do" is not any type of consultation. "Start Use Do"is not any type of superintendence.
"Start Use Do" is nothing but the fire inside you to be number one and on the top of the ladder whichever field you are in.  
"Start Use Do" is a  conglomerate of various qualities, characteristics, traits which arouse the urge to slog, work and achieve. "Start Use Do" a simple and straight way to come out of your slumber and go on doing your task and success will be yours and you will be number one and top of the ladder wherever you are in.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Start Use Do" is a way and means to set your goals to be achieved without any if's and but's and you have to have a rock like determination to achieve it at any cost but strictly ethically and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Start Use Do" is a way and means to take risks and go all out without worrying, having any inhibitions about the various professional perils and dangers and not being afraid of risks be it be finacial, organisational or jurisdictional and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Start Use Do" is a way and means to have the highest level of confidence to achieve goal even in most difficult, complicated and unmanageable situation and condition and take it as opportunity and not as a challenge  and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Start Use Do" is a way and means to stay sharp and well informed not only of your products and services but also of competitors to stay ahead and learn and well informed about the field you are in and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Start Use Do" is a way and means to be deeply passionate and thoroughly enjoy your job, your business, your projects you have undertaken or whichever field you are in because it generates drive and determination to be outstanding  and extraordinary and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.

SO "START USE AND DO" IS THE BACKBONE OF THUMPING SUCCESS.
THERE IS A VERY POPULAR QUOTE:------
"START YOUR WORK, USE YOUR SKILL AND DO IT TILL COMPLETION."

October 15, 2016

Defeat Failures

"Defeat Failures" you have to be full of patience, "Defeat Failures" you have to be loaded with perseverance, "Defeat Failures" you have to be brimming with determination, "Defeat Failures" you have to be filled with endurance, "Defeat Failures" you have to be thorough with your moves and actions, "Defeat Failures" you have to be satiated with strength, "Defeat Failures" you have to be very deep in your mental toughness, "Defeat Failures" you have to be packed with enthusiasm to work, "Defeat Failures" you have to be abounding with grit to achieve, "Defeat Failures" you have to be laden with indefatigability, "Defeat Failures" you have to have adequate keenness to know about the competition and competitors, "Defeat Failures" you have to be padded with firmness to withstand and bear repeated failures, "Defeat Failures" you have to be bursting with zest and zeal, "Defeat Failures" you have to be overflowing with passion to accomplish target,"Defeat Failures" you have to be completely dedicated and devoted to your work, "Defeat Failures" you have to be overflowing with loyalty to the profession and organization,"Defeat Failures" you have to be saturated with coolness and tolerance to wash out the criticism done just for heck of it and not healthy, "Defeat Failures" you have to be impregnated with steadfastness for the professional and financial gain of your organisation and your team on the whole, "Defeat Failures" you have to be plentiful of vigour and vitality to slog day and night, "Defeat Failures" you have to be stuffed and jam packed with motivation and inspiration.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Defeat Failures" as it is main cause of decline,collapse,breakdown,deficit and convert it to earning,triumph,success and increase in your turnover,products, services by virtue of increased sales  and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Defeat Failures" as it is main cause of decline,collapse,breakdown,deficit and convert it to earning,triumph,success by never quitting, by never stop trying and ultimately winning as you profoundly love your work and profession and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Defeat Failures" as it is main cause of decline,collapse,breakdown,deficit and convert it to earning,triumph,success by possessing an iron will to win as failures and challenges give tremendous opportunity for development and growth and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Defeat Failures" as it is main cause of decline,collapse,breakdown,deficit and convert it to earning,triumph,success by continuously preparing and training yourself at the time of success for failures in advance keeping your ego aside so that you are well equipped to defeat the failures and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.
To be successful in any job, profession or business "Defeat Failures" as it is main cause of decline,collapse,breakdown,deficit and convert it to earning,triumph,success by motivating and inspiring their team at the time of failures with encouragement, with possibilities to fix the failures and come out of it and which is a key to be successful in Business, in a Job, in Projects, you have undertaken or wherever you are in and to be number one in business and to be number one in job amongst your colleagues, amongst your coworkers, amongst your employees, amongst your employer, amongst your team members.

SO DEFEAT FAILURES BY COMING OUT OF THE COMFORT ZONE AND INNER DRIVE TO BE SUCCESSFUL.
THERE IS A VERY POPULAR QUOTE:---
" NO ONE CAN DEFEAT YOU EVEN THE FAILURES."

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