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As we have seen, your deleted files and photos can still be recovered from your android phone with the help of a specialized tool designed for this particular reason. One of the best Android restoration application Dr.fone can quickly help you recover data and photos from any Android phones very shortly.
Steps to recover deleted Files Android phones
The one thing you will notice about Dr.fone is that you will find the effective result to recover your deleted filesno matter how easy it is to use,. Here is the process in different steps on how to use many to recover your files.
Step no 1:
Download the latest version of Dr.fone and install it on your personal computer. Now run Dr.fone, and select the option recover from the functions showing in the window and then connect your android phone using USB cables.
Step no 2:
Allow USB debugging to allow Dr.fonesoftware to detect your android phone. The directionsto enable USB debugging for particular android phone will be displayed.
Step No 3:
To save your time, you need to choose the type of data file from dr4.fone which you want to scan for. For instance, if you have lost images, scan “Photos” or other options according to your requirement and then click “Next” to move to the next step.
Step No 4:
in this step you will see a popup window requesting to select the scanning mode. In this step you will be able to scan both advance and standard modes for available or deleted files on the product. However, if you want a deeper scan, you can choose the advanced mode. In the deeper scan mode, it will take long time to scan and all deleted files and data. Simply click “Start” option to more to the next step.
Step No 5:
in this step Dr.fone will scan your android phoneso that it can show your all deleted and available files in the next window. Now allow “Only Window deleted items” option to see only deleted files, you want to restore. Now choose the files you want recover and then click on “Recover” option. your all deleted files will be recovered.
How to recover deleted photos from android
Now we will follow some steps on how to recover deleted photos from android
If you want to restore your deleted photos, you can use Dr.fone for Android software because it is a professional photorecovery tool for Android tablets and smartphones. It can recoveryou all deleted images from Android storage and SD card. If you find your delete images by accident or if find important images missing on your Android smartphones or tablets, you scanwith the help of Dr.foneand recover the images with fowling steps.
You can recover all supported Photo Formats such as .bmp.tiff/tif, .jpg, .png, and .gif.
Step No 1. Connect Your Android Device with Your Computer with USB Cable
Run Dr.Fone for Android software after downloading form Wondershare site and connect your Android cellphone with your personal computer via USB cable.
Step No 2. Allow USB to Debug
For further process to restore the deleted images and photos on your Android phones, first let Dr.Fone for Android detectall data. Follow the guide on Dr.Fone to allow the USB debugging on your android phone according to android versions.
Step No 3. Evaluate Android Phone
After enabling USB debugging on the Android cellphone, you click “Next” option to let this method analyze the dataand files on your android phone.
If you have rooted your Android cellphone before, you should allow this program Superuser authorization on-screen before scanning. Now click “Allow”. Then return to your personal computer and click “Start” option to scan your android phone.
Step No 4. Choose File Type and Scan Mode
Scan “Gallery” so that you can save your time for deleted photos. In gallery you will see all found images on your cellphone saved. Now Click “Next” to let the application scan for deleted images on Android cellphone.
After selecting data types to scan, you are required to choose the scanning mode: such as advance or standard Mode. Now select one from each mode. Now click “Next” to move to next step to recover deleted photos on Android.
Step No 5. Preview and Restore Deleted Photos
In this step you need to start the scanning process for a few minutes. If you have seen the deleted photos you need, simply choose the “Pause” to stop the process. Now scan the wanted images and then click “Recover” option found in the bottom of this method. In next option on new pop-up window, choose the folder on your local drive to save all deleted images on Android phones.
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Diwali is arguably one of the most auspicious and celebrated holidays in South Asia. It is celebrated over the span of five days, where the third is considered most important and known as Diwali. During Diwali people come together to light, lamps, and diyas, savour sweet delicacies and pray to the lord. The day has various origin stories with the main them being the victory of good over evil. While the North celebrates the return of Lord Rama and Devi Sita to Ayodhya, the South rejoices in the victory of Lord Krishna and his consort Satyabhama over evil Narakasura.
Narakasura- The great mythical demon King
Naraka or Narakasur was the son of Bhudevi (Goddess Earth) and fathered either by the Varaha incarnation of Vishnu or Hiranyaksha. He grew to be a powerful demon king and became the legendary progenitor of all three dynasties of Pragjyotisha-Kamarupa, and the founding ruler of the legendary Bhauma dynasty of Pragjyotisha.
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Narakasura was created, grew up to be strong and powerful but he was not satisfied with it, so he decided that he would worship Lord Brahma. He performed severe penance and was driven by the power of his penance; Lord Brahma appeared before him. Narakasura knew his mother loved him dearly so he asked Lord Brahma to grant him a boon that he would only die by the hands of his mother, Bhumidevi. Lord Brahma smile and ultimately granted him the boon.
Narakasura burst out laughing as Lord Brahma vanished. He thought no mother would kill their child so Lord Brahma had made him immortal. Drunk and maddened by his own power Narakasura brought all the kingdoms under his control and targeted Swargalok (Heaven). Even Indra (King of Gods) and demi-gods had to retreat in front of Narakasura. He kidnapped and took 16,000 women from the palaces as prisoners. Troubled by Naraksura's deeds the gods rushed to Lord Vishnu for a solution.
Lord Krishna and Devi Satyabhama were born to kill Narakasura
Lord Vishnu was born as Lord Krishna and Narakasura's mother Bhumidevi took the avatar of Krishna's wife Satyabhama. As Satyabhama, Bhumidevi was unaware of the knowledge of Naraksura being her son. Aditi the mother of all gods approached Satyabhama crying for help with bloodied ears as Narakasura had torn off the glowing earrings from the ears of Aditi.
Satyabhama was furious on gaining the knowledge of Narakasura's atrocities she asked Krishna to fight the demon king while she fights alongside him. Krishna agreed and they attacked the great fortress of Narakasura, riding his mount Garuda with his wife Satyabhama.
The furious battle unleashed. Krishna defeated Narakasura's general Mura and came to be known as Murari (the killer of Mura). Narakasura used several divine weapons against Krishna, but Krishna slew all those weapons effortlessly. The demon hurled a shakti towards Krishna, which mildly hurt Krishna and he fell unconscious. Upon this sight Satyabhama was enraged, she furiously pulled out a weapon of her own and hurled it at Narakasura's chest. Anxious Satyabhama turned to her fallen Lord, Krishna got up with a smile and he was completely fine. He was only playing his part. It was Satyabhama who was an incarnation of Bhoomidevi, whose hands were destined to slay Narakasura.
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Lord Krishna and Goddess Satyabhama had put an end to the Narakasura's kingdom of evil. As Narakasura lay on his deathbed he realised that Satyabhama was no one but an avatar of his own mother. He requested a boon from his mother, for no one to mourn his death. Instead, he wished for people to celebrate it with light and colours. They freed the 16,000 women who later married Lord Krishna to restore them of their honour in society, retrieved Mother goddess's earrings. This day is celebrated as 'Naraka Chaturdashi' popularly known as Choti Diwali - the day before Diwali as the triumph of good over evil.
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For all the great inventions that we have at hand, it is amazing how we keep going back to the safety pin every single time to fix everything. Be it tears in our clothes, to fix our broken things, to clean our teeth and nails when toothpicks are unavailable, to accessorize our clothes, and of course, as an integral part of the Indian saree. Safety pins are a must-have in our homes. But how did they come about at all?
The safety pin was invented at a time when brooches existed. They were used by the Greeks and Romans quite extensively. A man named Walter Hunt picked up a piece of brass and coiled it into the safety pin we know today. He did it just to pay off his debt. He even sold the patent rights of this seemingly insignificant invention just so that his debtors would leave him alone.
Anyone wearing safety pins that were visible began to be associated with the rock movement in the 70s. Image credit: Wikimedia Commons
Later, he even invented the sewing needles and a couple of other important inventions but never kept any of the patent rights.
When the punk rock tradition took over in the seventies, safety pins became a fashion rage. They were used as piercings and to patch clothes together. Anyone wearing safety pins that were visible began to be associated with the rock movement. In some cultures, the safety pins have become symbols of good luck.
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In South India, Deepavali marks the end of the monsoon and heralds the start of winter. The festival is usually observed in the weeks following heavy rain, and just before the first cold spell in the peninsula. The light and laughter that comes with the almost week-long celebration are certainly warm to the bones, but there is still a tradition that the South Indians follow to ease their transition from humidity to the cold.
Just before the main festival, the family bathes in sesame oil. This tradition is called 'yellu yennai snaana' in Kannada, or 'ennai kuliyal' in Tamil, which translates to 'sesame oil bath'. The eldest member of the family applies three drops of heated oil on each member's head. They must massage this oil into their hair and body. The oil is allowed to soak in for a while, anywhere between twenty minutes to an hour. After this, they must wash with warm water before sunrise.
Women applying oil to the heads of men Photo credit: Indians in Kuwait
In some parts of the peninsula, soap is not used to wash off the oil because it nullifies its effects. Some cultures who do not like the oil to remain in any way on their skin wash it off with shikakai and herbs, which is a paste that is traditionally used as a substitute for soap. Sometimes, the oil is heated with flowers and spices as well and is less sticky than in its pure form.
The purpose of this ritual is to cleanse the body, detoxify it, and produce heat in it. Sesame is a very heaty substance and tends to heat up the body. This heat, or 'usshna' in Kannada, prepares the body to face the sudden cold that comes to the peninsula immediately after Diwali. South India has no smooth transition weather-wise from monsoon to winter. There are a few days of stable, rainless weather, and suddenly the cold winds descend.
In many ways, the celebration of Diwali is centered around preparing for winter, considering the amount of heat and light the rituals consist of – lighting lamps, bursting crackers, and consuming warm treats. Those who practice these rituals earnestly find the shift in seasons and weather quite pleasant.
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