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Richest persons in bihar

Richest persons in Bihar.

1. Anil agarwal, born in patna(24th January 1954) – founder and chairman of Vedanta Resources PLC. He controls Vedanta Resources through Volcan Investments, a holding vehicle with a 100% stake in the business.

2. Ravindra Kumar Sinha, born in Jehanabad,Bihar (1st july 1954)- Ravindra Kumar Sinha is a Padma Shri awarded Indian biologist and environmentalist. Currently, he is Vice-Chancellor of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University and formerly of Nalanda Open University.

3. Ravindra Kishore Sinha, born in Buxar, Bihar(22nd september, 1951)- also known as RK Sinha is an Indian billionaire businessman, politician and journalist. He is the founder of Security and Intelligence Services (SIS), a private security solutions provider in India and Australia. He is also a billionaire and member of Rajya Sabha.

4. Subrata roy, born in Araria, Bihar( 10th june 1948)- is an Indian businessman. He is the Managing Worker and Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar, an Indian conglomerate with diversified businesses and assets including Aamby Valley City, and India’s largest land bank spread in cities across India. Subhrata Roy Sahara founded the company in 1978.

5. Sanjay Kumar Jha, born in Sultanganj (1968)- is the former CEO of GlobalFoundries and former chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobility. Prior to that he was the chief operating officer of Qualcomm. He began his career in 1994 as a senior engineer with the Qualcomm very large scale integration group working on the Globalstar satellite phone, and later on the first 13k vocoder application specific integrated circuit, which was integrated into Qualcomm’s MSM2200 chipset.

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Meet Bihar Born Actor Prabhakar Sharan Who is Taking Latin America Cinema

Rejected from Bollywood, this man from Bihar has made it big in Latin American cinema

Hailing from Motihari district in Bihar, Prabhakar Sharan has made the unimaginable happen by starring in a Costa Rican movie. With this, he has become the first Indian to play the role of a protagonist in a Latin American movie

Prabhakar initially came to Mumbai with a dream to make it big in the Indian film industry. However, he did not find any success despite numerous efforts. He then decided to go to the Latin American country Costa Rica, in search of work.

There, he fell in love with a Costa Rican girl and married her. After repeated attempts at various business ventures, Prabhakar hit rock-bottom in 2010, both in his professional and personal life. He returned to India, while his wife decided to separate and stayed back in Costa Rica with their daughter.

In the year 2014, Prabhakar returned to Costa Rica with a resolve to make a Bollywood-style film in the country. Then came the day when Prabhakar’s name appeared as a debutante in the Spanish movie Enredados: La Confusion (Entangled: The Confusion).

It became a box office success, and was declared one of the most popular films of 2017 across the country. According to the Outlook, it was with the help of educationist and philanthropist Teresa Rodriguez Cerdas that Prabhakar could fulfil this dream. He said –

She took my dream as her own and helped me generate a sum of $1.5 million for the movie.

Prabhakar’s debut movie is said to be the first Latin American film which has been made in the quintessential Bollywood manner with the typical dance and song routine. The female lead has been played by a renowned television host in Costa Rica, Nancy Dobles.

Hollywood actor and ex-world wrestling champion Scott Steiner, starred as the second male protagonist. It was Ashish Mohan, director of Khiladi 786, who started directing Enredados: La Confusion. However, due to mutual differences, Ashish and Prabhakar parted ways and the latter continued with the its direction.

Released in February last year, Enredados: La Confusion was distributed by Cinepolis. Looking at the movie’s success, the distributors have decided to release it in other Latin American countries as well, including the US.

Prabhakar personally wishes to release his movie in other languages such as English, Hindi and Bhojpuri with the name Ek Chor, Do Mastikhor in March or April . According to the Hindustan Times, he said in an interview,

It is a film that bonds the two communities (Indians and Latins) together.

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बिहार बोर्ड ने जारी कर दिया इंटर और मैट्रिक परीक्षा का प्रोग्राम, पढ़िए कब होनी है परीक्षा

इस वक्त की बड़ी ख़बर मिल रही है बिहार में परीक्षार्थियों के लिए. इंटर और मैट्रिक के परीक्षार्थियों के लिए बिहार बोर्ड ने बड़ी अनाउंसमेंट कर दी है. बिहार बोर्ड ने मैट्रिक और इंटर परीक्षा का प्रोग्राम जारी कर दिया है.

इंटरमीडिएट की परीक्षा 3 फरवरी से 13 फरवरी के बीच दो पालियों में ली जाएगी जबकि मैट्रिक की परीक्षा 17 फरवरी से 24 फरवरी के बीच होगी.

बिहार बोर्ड ने परीक्षा का जो शेड्यूल जारी किया है. उसके मुताबिक मैट्रिक की विज्ञान, सामाजिक विज्ञान विषय की की परीक्षा सुबह 9:30 बजे से 12:15 तक पहली पाली में जबकि दूसरी पाली की परीक्षा 1:45 से 4:30 बजे तक होगी. परीक्षार्थियों को 15 मिनट का समय प्रश्नपत्र पढ़ने और समझने के लिए दिया जाएगा. वहीं गणित की परीक्षा सुबह 9.30 बजे से शुरू होकर 12.45 बजे तक होगी. जबकि दूसरी पाली की गणित की परीक्षा 1.45 से शाम 5.00 बजे तक होगी.

ये है मैट्रिक की परीक्षा का पूरा शेड्यूल

इंटर की परीक्षा फरवरी में तीन तारीख से शुरू होगी. परीक्षा दो पालियों में ली जाएगी. पहली पाली सुबह 9.30 से शुरू होगी और 12.45 तक चलेगी. वहीं दूसरी पाली दोपहर 1.45 से शुरू होगी और 5.00 बजे तक चलेगी. इंटर की परीक्षा तीन फरवरी से शुरू होकर 13 फरवरी तक होगी.

ये है इंटर की परीक्षा का पूरा शेड्यूल

बता दें कि बिहार बोर्ड ने परीक्षा को लेकर सारी तैयारियां पूरी कर ली हैं. बिहार बोर्ड में टॉपर घोटाल के सामने आने के बाद वर्तमान अध्यक्ष आनंद किशोर ने ये कार्यभार संभाला था. इसके बाद से वो लगातार कदाचार मुक्त और समय से परीक्षा के साथ रिजल्ट की घोषणा को लेकर भी सजग रहे हैं.

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बिहार शरीफ।

   Bihar Sharif

Bihar Sharif is the headquarters of Nalanda district and the fifth-largest sub-metropolitan area in the eastern Indian state of Bihar. Its name is a combination of two words: Bihar, derived from vihara (meaning Buddhist monastery), also the name of the state; and Sharif, referring to the resting place of the Sufi saint Makhdoom Sharfuddin Ahmed Yahya Maneri. The city is a hub of education and trade in southern Bihar, and the economy centers around agriculture supplemented by tourism, the education sector and household manufacturing. The ruins of the ancient Nalanda Mahavihara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are located near the city.

Under the Pala Empire, Odantapuri, a major Buddhist monastic university was built at the site of Bihar Sharif. It eventually became the capital of Magadha, and then part of the Muslim Delhi Sultanate in the late 12th century, though local Rajputs soon re-established effective control. In the early 14th century, it was permanently captured by the Delhi Sultanate. Bihar Sharif was later ruled by other Muslim dynasties and then the British until Indian independence in 1947. The city has important Jain, Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim heritage and landmarks.

 

Bihar Sharif is one of the hundred Indian cities selected to gain funds under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flagship Smart Cities Mission. Needs update Bihar Sharif was selected in the preliminary list of 100 cities in July 2015 that were to compete for the Smart Cities project. As far as funding is concerned, the municipal corporation would continue to receive annual funding until the completion of the Smart Cities project, which was initially supposed to come to an end in the fiscal year 2019-20 but is now likely to be extended up to the fiscal year 2021-Bihar Sharif

Bihar Sharif is the headquarters of Nalanda district and the fifth-largest sub-metropolitan area in the eastern Indian state of Bihar. Its name is a combination of two words: Bihar, derived from vihara (meaning Buddhist monastery), also the name of the state; and Sharif, referring to the resting place of the Sufi saint Makhdoom Sharfuddin Ahmed Yahya Maneri. The city is a hub of education and trade in southern Bihar, and the economy centers around agriculture supplemented by tourism, the education sector and household manufacturing. The ruins of the ancient Nalanda Mahavihara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are located near the city.

Under the Pala Empire, Odantapuri, a major Buddhist monastic university was built at the site of Bihar Sharif. It eventually became the capital of Magadha, and then part of the Muslim Delhi Sultanate in the late 12th century, though local Rajputs soon re-established effective control. In the early 14th century, it was permanently captured by the Delhi Sultanate. Bihar Sharif was later ruled by other Muslim dynasties and then the British until Indian independence in 1947. The city has important Jain, Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim heritage and landmarks.

 

Bihar Sharif is one of the hundred Indian cities selected to gain funds under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flagship Smart Cities Mission. Needs update Bihar Sharif was selected in the preliminary list of 100 cities in July 2015 that were to compete for the Smart Cities project. As far as funding is concerned, the municipal corporation would continue to receive annual funding until the completion of the Smart Cities project, which was initially supposed to come to an end in the fiscal year 2019-20 but is now likely to be extended up to the fiscal year 2021-22.

 

 

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Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic
festival historically native to
the Indian subcontinent, more
specifically, the Indian states
of Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Prade
shand the Madhesh region of Nepal. The Chhath Puja is dedicated to the Sun and his consort Usha and Pratusha (Chhathi Maiya) in order to thank them for bestowing the bounties of life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes. Chhath does not involve any idol worship. This festival is observed by Nepalese and Indian people, along with their diaspora. While it is a Hindu festival, some Muslims also celebrate Chhath.

The rituals of the festival are rigorous and are observed over a period of four days. They include holy bathing, fasting and abstaining from drinking water (Vratta), standing in water for long periods of time, and offering prasad (prayer offerings) and arghya to the setting and rising sun. Some devotees also perform a prostration march as they head for the river banks.

Environmentalists claim that Chhath is the most eco-friendly Hindu festival. Although the festival is observed most elaborately in Madhesh (southern) region of Nepal and Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhandand UP, it is also more prevalent in areas where migrants from those areas have a presence. It is celebrated in all Northern regions and major Northern urban centers in India. The festival is celebrated in the regions including but not exclusive to the northeast region of India, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan , Mumbai, Mauritius, Fiji, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, Jamaica, other parts of the Caribbean, United States, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Macau, Japan, and Indonesia.

Rituals and traditions

The main worshipers, called Parvaitin (from Sanskrit parv, meaning ‘occasion’ or ‘festival’), are usually women. However, a large number of men also observe this festival as Chhath is not a gender-specific festival. The parvaitin pray for the well-being of their family, and for the prosperity of their offsprings. Once a family member starts performing Chhath Puja, it is their compulsory duty to perform it every year and to pass it on to the following generations. The festival is skipped only if there happens to be a death in the family that year. If the person stops performing the ritual on any particular year, it stops permanently and one cannot resume it again.

The prasad offerings include sweets, Kheer, Thekua, rice laddu(made of rice grit) and fruits (mainly sugarcane, sweet lime and banana) offered in small bamboo soop winnows. The food is strictly vegetarian and is cooked without salt, onions or garlic. Emphasis is put on maintaining the purity of the food.

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The first Chief Minister of Bihar

Shri Krishna Singh (21 October 1887 – 31 January 1961), was the first Chief Minister of the Indian state of Bihar (1946–61). Except for the period of World War II, Sinha was chief minister of Bihar from the time of the first Congress Ministry in 1937 until his death in 1961.Along with the nationalists Rajendra Prasad and Anugrah Narayan Sinha, Singh is regarded among the Architects of Modern Bihar. He led the Dalit entry into the Baidyanath Dham temple (Vaidyanath Temple, Deoghar), reflecting his commitment to the upliftment and social empowerment of dalits. He was the first Chief Minister in the country to abolish the zamindari system. He underwent different terms of imprisonment for a total of about eight years in British India. S.K.Sinha’s mass meetings brought hordes of people to hear him. He was known as “Bihar Kesari” for his lionlike roars when he rose to address the masses. His close friend and eminent Gandhian Bihar Vibhuti Dr. Anugrah Narayan Sinha in his essay mere Shri Babu wrote that, “Since 1921, the History of Bihar has been the history of the life of Shri Babu”. The former President of India, Pratibha Patil, released a book on the letters of exchange between Sinha and Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru titled Freedom and Beyond. The Nehru-Sinha correspondence touches on subjects such as Indian democracy in the making in early years of Independence, Centre-State relations, role of governor, turbulence in Nepal, Zamindari abolition and education scenario. Sinha was known for his scholarship and erudition and he had given his personal collection of 17,000 books to the public library in Munger in 1959 which is now named after him as Sri Krishna Seva Sadan.  
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