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Sep 22, 2017: Has your ex ever cheated on you? Do you suffer from sleepless nights? Do you miss your ex? Do you want to plot revenge? Here are some ways in which you can get your ex back.
Foremost thing- Stop crying!!
You have wasted a good amount of time on crying and burning your eyes. Now, Pause and Rewind. Your ex might have dumped you for any reason; however, it is the time to get buckled up. We now believe you are over the emotional drama and now understand a few things.
Here is one thing- ‘If you cry you die’. If you project yourself weak, he/she might never come back to you.
How to get your ex back
Chance to utilize the time constructively
Think about the reasons what triggered the breakdown of your relationship. Was it looks? Was it your behavior? Was it any blunder you couldn’t undo?
Once you have identified the problems start working on them one by one. After breakup smart people use the time in building themselves and transforming themselves as a better individual. If you are likely to repeat the same mistakes, you will reach nowhere.
How to get back with ex
Don’ts, Just Don’t
Some things you are not expected to do and you shouldn’t.
Don’t text your ex. Now is the time you should stop texting him, if you have been doing that religiously because chances are they might never realize your importance. ‘Value is the key in relationship’. Would you like to be treated as a person with less value? Of course not
How to solve relationship problems
No boycott from social media
Keep him/her in your social media circle.
Post good pictures of yours to show them you are still a happy soul
Hang out with friends
Surround yourself with positive energy and meditate.
How to get ex boyfriend back
Live it up again
Get hold of things you always wanted. No ex-likes to digest the fact that their lovers can be happy without them and that’s what you have to do. You will have to take away all the attention they were gratified with. You can’t let bear the satisfaction of stealing the happiness from your life.
How to get ex girlfriend back
Time to pamper self
Start concentrating on your looks. Seeing you fine tuning yourself will ignite the lost long love back. For they have seen you happy without them, beautiful without them, strong without them and probably now they want you back.
Get yourself a haircut
Buy new clothes
Go to the gym
Ways to get your ex back
Mull over your past
Analyze your past relationship in terms of the pros and cons.
What if the same mistake repeats itself and what if nothing works out after putting in so much effort?
Is the person really worth making effort or should you move on?
Once you have found all the answers and if you have come out with a positive response, then you are ready to take a step further.
Ways to get your ex back
No response to first call/message
They have tried to contact you but you seem busy in your work. You are doing this because you want them to know you are not desperate for their love and attention.
Now you kept him waiting for quite a long time now, accept his/her call next time bell rings.
Ways to get your ex back
Stay formal and do not complain about anything happened between you both.
Judge your ex in terms of their intentions
(Don’t melt yet)
No need to tell you missed of the beautiful memories in a clever way
Do not ask for any pity or promises from your ex because that will mean you still hold high expectations from this relationship
Ways to get your ex back
Ask him/her out
Take it as a chance of building up the attraction again
Dress your best and take the walk of confidence
If it goes well, you can start resolving issues
But don’t go further because there is no point digging old graves and recollecting bad memories
Start afresh and give yourself a new beginning
The symbol of Swastika is known to signify peace, prosperity, and good fortune in the religious cultures of Eurasia. In fact, this symbol is considered very significant in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. But, at the same time, it has become one of the most misunderstood religious symbols and has been globally banned in many countries.
The reason why the symbol of Swastika is banned in many countries is because of its association with Adolf Hitler's extreme political ideology, Nazism, as Swastika as its official symbol.
Austria, France, Latvia, Spain, Germany, and Russia are amongst the many countries that have banned the display and use of the Swastika.
Moreover, last week Victoria in Australia is preparing to become the first-ever state to ban the public display of the Swastika. This is a step towards an expansion of anti-vilification laws in the state.
Representation of the Swastika on the flag of Adolf Hitler's Nazi Movement.Photo by Flickr.
Now, we must know and understand what went wrong with this symbol, which is sacred and signifies all-good things.
For a very, very long time, in India, the Swastika is the first emblem that is worshipped or even drawn before any sacred and auspicious ceremonies as this symbol in Sanskrit represents 'well-being'. But, the Swastika lost all its credibility when it was wrongfully used by Adolf Hitler.
In fact, it is believed that if this symbol is worshipped properly, then it gives positive results. But if it is abused, then it gives negative results. So, when Adolf Hitler rotated the Swastika at 45 degrees, it slowly and steadily brought misery not only to Adolf Hitler and his theory of Nazism but also to all the people who were associated with him.
Therefore, in order to give the kind of respect and credibility which the Swastika deserves, World Interfaith Harmony Week which was held in New York in February this year, interfaith groups appealed to the United Nations to recognize and acknowledge the Swastika as an important and peaceful symbol. In fact, they also differentiated it from the Hakenkreuz or "Hooked Cross" of Adolf Hitler.
India celebrated a historic day on August 7, as 23-year-old Neeraj Chopra became the first Indian to win an Olympic gold medal in athletics. In the men's javelin throw event, he achieved his greatest triumph, throwing the javelin 87.58 meters on his second try.
Neeraj Chopra was born on December 24, 1997, in Khandra village in Haryana's Panipat district. He grew up in a Haryanavi family of farmers. He is the brother of two sisters. He graduated from Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College in Chandigarh and is now enrolled in Lovely Professional University in Jalandhar, Punjab, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree. Chopra was bullied due to his obesity as a kid, which prompted his father to enroll him in a nearby gym. He then joined a gym in Panipat, where Jaiveer Choudhary, a javelin thrower, noticed his potential and coached him. When the 13-year-old Chopra finished training under Jaiveer for a year, he was enrolled at the Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex in Panchkula, where he began training under coach Naseem Ahmed.
In 2018, he broke the world record in the javelin throw and became India's first-ever gold medalist in the javelin throw. He is also a laureate of the Arjuna Award for 2018. | Wikimedia Commons
Chopra's first international medal came in 2014, as he took home a silver medal at the Youth Olympic Qualification Tournament in Bangkok. In 2015, he set a world record in the junior category of 81.04 meters in the 2015 All India Inter-University Athletics Meet.
Since emerging into the public eye with a historic gold medal at the junior world championships in 2016, he has maintained a high level of performance, setting an Under-20 world record of 86.48m, which still stands. Gold medals in both the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2018 Asian Games are among his other accomplishments, including a first-place in the 2017 Asian Championships. In 2018, he broke the world record in the javelin throw and became India's first-ever gold medalist in the javelin throw. He is also a laureate of the Arjuna Award for 2018.
Chopra has also had his share of bad events in life. In 2019, he underwent surgery on the elbow of his right throwing arm, which kept him out of the game for almost a year. However, he returned more robust than ever. In November 2019, he went to South Africa to train from Klaus Bartoneitz. He spent the following year in India training at the NIS Patiala because of the COVID-19 pandemic. He was allowed to go to France with his coach after weeks of trying to get a travel visa.
Neeraj Chopra made history in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics by becoming the first Indian to win a gold medal in athletics. Also, it is worth mentioning that after Abhinav Bindra, Chopra is only the second Indian to win an individual gold medal.
Keywords: Neeraj Chopra, Olympics, Tokyo2020, Gold medal, javelin, India, Haryana
The emergence of the Industrial Revolution in Victorian England brought with it many apprehensions and fears that translated into a new genre in literature: the gothic. Today, the idea of the gothic does not have to much with literature as much as it is associated with fashion.
The Victorians began to wear black more often during the Industrial Revolution to hide the stains of soot on their clothes. Many of the working class were employed in factories. They were newly introduced to technology, the idea of coal as fuel, and the working of machines to serve a certain purpose. This kind of work was hard and messy. Wearing light colours burdened the tired folk when the stubborn stains did not get washed away.
The steam engine was invented to make locomotion easier for the masses, but it brought fear to the people. They had led quiet and simple lives till now, and suddenly their world was infiltrated with loud noises and smoke. Dark places became synonymous with evil deeds and mysteries. It was from this time that horror gained a place in the imaginations of people and artists.
A man sporting gothic clothes and shock coloured hair Image source: wikimedia commons
The gothics of today are those who have held on to these practices. There is no need to fear smoke and noise anymore, but the goths wear black clothes all the time, paint their skin a pale shade, to contrast their clothes, and wear bright shades of red. The traditional gothics decorated themselves with jewellery bearing religious significances, as the belief in Dracula and vampires emerged in the Victorian period. Today, it is a trend to wear studded crosses, or crosses made of black metal either as neck chokers, or earrings.
Modern goths also wear bright monotones to show their patronage of a certain style or order of the goths. They can be seen in neon shades of green, pink, and yellow, often sporting piercings, and matching hair. Their tastes are metallic, and they have an uncanny love for tattoos.
Designers consistently include gothic tastes and styles in their clothing lines to create inclusivity for this subculture. Being gothic, or identifying with them is somewhat a concern even in today's society, and such people are often stigmatised to the extent that it is considered a mental illness associated with the dark arts. The phenomenon is mostly observed in teenagers, and often phases out when they reach adulthood, depending on their sphere of influence.
Keywords: Gothic, Fashion, Victorian, Black, Jewellery