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Limca Book of World Records: In a landmark achievement, Three sisters Archana, Anjana, Ashu in Madhya Pradesh get PhDs together

The Mishra sisters - Archana, Anjana, and Ashu- are natives of a small village, Rakriya, in Rewa and belong to a middle-class family

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Rewa (Madhya Pradesh), Sept 04, 2016: In a landmark achievement, three sisters of Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa district obtained their PhD degrees together in their first attempt and also registered their names in the ‘Limca Book of World Records’ on Saturday.

They were felicitated by the district in-charge Dr Narottam Mishra.

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The Mishra sisters – Archana, Anjana, and Ashu- are natives of a small village, Rakriya, in Rewa and belong to a middle-class family.

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They have done their PhDs from Avdhesh Pratap Singh University in Rewa.

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They are very hardworking and intelligent and have done all the research work, which is part of the PhD programme, during adverse circumstances, an official statement said.
Mishra said the achievement of the sisters will be a shining example for society. (IANS)
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Strange Rituals: Demon King Ravana is Worshipped on Dussehra

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Sep 30, 2017: Vijayadashami or Dussehra is celebrated with fervor at the end of Navratri every year. The festival is observed by burning the puppet of King Ravana. While at some places, the celebration of good over evil is celebrated by burning effigy of the demon king, there are some places where Ravana is worshipped on this occasion. It is predisposed amongst the followers that all their wishes come true on this day.

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Every year on Dussehra, the 125-year-old Dashanan temple in Shivala area of Kanpur is opened for its devotees. An idol of King Ravana is ornamented, and aarti is performed. Devotees perform religious rituals and light lamps to celebrate the festival. The temple remains closed following the burning of Ravana’s statue.

Dashanan Temple was constructed in 1890 by king Guru Prasad Shukl. The rationale behind the construction of Dashanan temple was Ravana’s adherence towards Lord Shiva.

King Ravana is worshipped at many places in India, for example: In Andhra Pradesh’s Kakinada, a huge shivalinga established by Ravana is revered along with the demon-king. Vidisha, a village in Madhya Pradesh is dedicated to King Ravana. In this village, the first wedding card invitation is sent to Ravana before the commencement of any celebration. Neither the devotees burn dummies of King Ravana, nor do they celebrate Dussehra.

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