Following are the salient features of this app:
1) Hanuman Chalisa audio can be played in the app start up.
2) Sri Hanuman Chalisa with lyric in Hindi, English and Telugu.
3) Flower showering and Aarti with real looking animation.
4) Bells with their related sound when touched on them.
5) Images Changes automatically for every 5 seconds.
6) Read more will provide more options related to Shri Hanuman.
a) About : In this you will find about
i) The Power of Shri Hanuman
ii) Time for Hanuman Chalisa
iii) What is Hanuman Chalisa
iv) Importance of "Chendoor" Tilak
v) What is an "Aarti"
vi) Why the Lamp?
vii) Why the Flowers and Bell?
Here we can read the Chalisa Lyrics in the selected language. i.e in English, Hindi and Telugu
In this the entire meaning of Hanuman Chalisa is explained line by line in detail and simple.
The purpose of Lord Hanuman Jayanthi is explained here.
You can also check the dates of Hanuman Jayanthi from 2013 to 2020 along with date and day.
Hindu, Lord, Temple, ram, Maruti, bajrang bali anjaneya swamy, hanuman, chalisa, mantra, aarti, bhajan, Jai hanuman, Indian god, sriram bakth hanuman, chiranjeevi, Sri hanuman, KESERI NANDAN, Mahaveer Chalisa
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- Various letter paper, unlimited updates.
- You can change the font and color while Typing.
- You can transfer directly an emoticon to your friend during talking in the messenger.
▶You can send photos which decorated with a sticker.
- The various effect of photo filters.
- Unlimited updates to various text and stickers.
- You can transfer directly an emoticon to your friend during talking in the messenger.
- You can decorate the profile of the Facebook profile and messenger using a photo emoticon.
▶There are more wallpaper.
- Unlimited updates to various types of themes.
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And this application will support 'WhatsApp' informally.
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February 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 26th, 2014. The cover story looks into the poll prospects of Congress in kerala in the wake of a change of guard in KPCC. The story is woven around the highhandedness of party High Command in picking up V M Sudheeran as president of KPCC. AICC had rejected state leadership's proposal in selecting new chief of KPCC.The cover story is accompanied with a revealing interview of VM Sudheeran with Associate Editor Radhakrishnan MG and one page write up on newly appointed KPCC vice president V D Satheeshan MLA.
February 19, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 19th, 2014. The issue had the cover story on the fast by K. K. Rema, wife of slain RMP leader T P Chandrasekharan. The fast, held in Thiruvananthapuram in front of the secretariat from February 3 to 7, was in demand of a CBI probe into the case. Rema and RMP allege that high-level CPI(M) leaders are involved in the case. The fast was remarkable for the support it received from intelligentia and common people alike. The story also examined the dilemma of CPI(M) as Achuthanandan wrote a letter to the Chief Minister Oommen Chandy seeking a CBI probe into the case, much to the rage of the state and central leaderships of the party.
February 12, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 12th, 2014. The issue has the cover story on the alarmingly high rate of cancer in India, as per the recent statistics by WHO. The story says the rates are high because most of the patients tend to ignore the symptoms as they first make their advent. It also quotes Manisha Koirala, Bollywood actress and Yuvraj Singh, cricketer, who were released from the grip of this disease for good. The big story on Operation Sundown revealed that even before Operation Bluestar, Indira Gandhi, the then prime minister of India, had given nod to a secret plan by the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) to hijack Bindranwale in 1984.
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January 29, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated January 29th, 2014. The issue looks at the congress parties desperate attempt to repackage its enigmatic vice president Rahul Gandhi which will be a last straw for grand old party of Indian democracy. The cover story describes how congress is reloading Rahul to compete with BJP’s much ahead campaign with NaMo as its spearhead.
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February 17, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 17, 2014 Fault Lines, the cover story this week, is on the chaos that reigns on the eve of the Congress’ toughest electoral battle. The Special Report is on the recent murder of Nido Tania, the son of a Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh. The killing in Delhi only shows that India is being forced to reconsider how it views the long-neglected North-east. The Nation section dwells on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa, who is pitching for prime ministership by teaming up with the Left. The annual kumbh mela of art threw up some young artists, united by their ingenuity and audacity. There is also a story on the ongoing Auto expo.
February 10, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 10, 2014 The Cover Story this issue is on cancer, which says that Indians are ignoring warning signs of the disease that has become a top killer. The Special Report is on the ongoing family feud in DMK chief M. Karunanidhi’s family. The story ‘There will be bad blood’ says that the succession war between Alagiri and Stalin can jeopardise the DMK’s election chances. The issue also has a story on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, whose first attempt at accessibility fails but there’s no turning back for him now.
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July 2013: Skoda is bringing back the Octavia moniker with the third-generation Octavia. We drive the bigger, lighter and better-equipped Skoda and find out if it’s going to be as much a success as the first Octavia. Also, we test an array of new Mercedes-Benz models this month - the new E-class, A 180 CDI, B 180 CDI and GL 350 CDI. Plus, we pit the all-new Ford EcoSport against the hugely successful Renault
June 2013:With the new A-class, Mercedes-Benz is all set to break the stigma that has plagued the Indian car market since the Maruti 800 – that hatchbacks have to be cheap.
The Telugu edition delivers the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of Andhra Pradesh and elsewhere.
February 25, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 25th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story “The Modi Machine" as cover. The story looks inside the Narandra Modi's Prime Ministerial campaign, which is most audacious in India so far. Big story is on the Aam Admi Party's chief Aravind Kejriwal discusses about his strategies and the reasons behind his resignation to the Delhi Chief Minister post. Special report is about UPA-2 Government’s impact on Indian economy, whose term of power is nearing its end. Main Story from Andhra Pradesh "Congress in Dire Straits" discuss that how the party faces a bleak future in the 13 districts of the region. For the Congress it is unmitigated disaster.
February 18, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 18th, 2014. The issue carried "Fault Lines- Chaos reigns in Congress party" -the IT English Cover Story, written by Jatin Gandhi- as the cover story for Telugu also. It discussed the state of affairs in Congress, the oldest party of the country. A Special Report from Andhra Pradesh, 'A step ahead' by Amarnath K Menon, discussed the present stage of initial tremors of the Union Cabinet's approval of Telangana Bill. Another political story from Andhra Pradesh 'Can jagan retain his sway over Seemandhra?' written by A. Rammohan Rao discussed about the political prospects of YSJaganmohan Reddy, the president of YSRCP in the post bifurcation scenario.
February 11, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 11th, 2014. The issue carried “Kiran's last gambit” as the cover story written by Amarnath K Menon. It discussed the kind of impact Kiran Reddy has made in a unique fight back by getting passed a resolution rejecting the Telangana bill. It also discussed various options before the Congressmen in Seemandhra. With the Congress committing virtual suicide in the Seemandhra region by mishandling the issue of bifurcation, the Chief Minister like many MPs and MLAs sensed the electoral prospects were dim for someone contesting on the Party ticket.
February 4, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 4th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story 'All Pumped up' as Cover. The story based on the predictions of India Today Mood Of The Nation poll, which indicates the force Narendra Modi is ever closer to his ambition to become Prime Minister. Big Story is about Aam Admi party, which is experiencing the harsh reality of the governance with it's chief and Chief Minister Kejriwal taking his fight to the Delhi streets. Reasons behind the death of Sunanda Puskhar, wife of Central Minister Shashi Tharoor are discussed in the Special Report 'Candle in the whirlwind'. Main Story from Andhra Pradesh 'The confined Reality?', how is about the main political parties Congress, TDP and YSRCP are facing the threat of getting themselves confined to one region or the other.
January 28, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated January 28th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story "The Make Over Prince"- as Cover. The story discussed the the desperate effort of the Congress.
For over five decades now, Filmfare has been the official handbook on everything Bollywood for the diehard fan, which, in India is almost everyone. It is also a magazine that film stars think of first and trust most when they want to open up to their fans. With its exclusive interviews, classy photo-shoots, insider stories, sneak peeks, Bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features, Filmfare captures Bollywood's biggest stars and divas at their most colorful & candid best. As India's No. 1 entertainment magazine, Filmfare has through the years, turned from a monthly into a fortnightly, and launched an edition devoted to the southern film industry and gained a readership of more than 2 million fans! There's no better evidence of Filmfare's hold on the industry than the Filmfare Awards
February 26 2014: Cover on farhan akhtar, deepika padukone, dhanush, rakeysh omprakash mehra, vaani kapoor, nawazuddin siddiqui, rajkummar rao, supriya pathak kapur and shilpa shukla The biggest stars, the best performances and candid moments... The 59th Idea Filmfare Awards was one special night. Relive the night through a firsthand account..
February 12 2014: Cover on Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti chopra Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra open their hearts and minds. Priyanka Chopra is mushy in love. A peek into 2014..
January 29 2014: Cover on anushka sharma Anushka Sharma has beaten her peers at their games. Bitching, boyfriends and gossip bugs... she's moved beyond all to live her dreams..
January 15 2014: Vidya Balan speaks candidly about life at the movie post her marriage to UTV head honcho Sidharth Roy Kapur among other things..
January 1 2014: Cover on aamir khan Movie magician Aamir Khan is back with a bang to do what he does best; rule the box-office marquee. Meet the movie icons who redefined showbiz rules..
December 18 2013: Cover on Sunny Leone & Sachiin joshi Exclusive: Kangna Ranaut spills the beans on sex and matters of the heart. Imran Khan talks nineteen to a dozen on the secrets to a sucessful marriage..
December 04, 2013: He acts, directs and sings. He's the Superman of B-Town. Ladies and lads, presenting Farhan Akhtar, up, close and personal. Only for Filmfare..
November 20 2013: From Nargis,Madhubala to Madhuri Dixit. From Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan to Shah Rukh Khan: here's looking back at the Best of filmstars in the Best of Filmfare issue..
November 6 2013: Hrithik Roshan on success, insecurities and fighting back, The Fashion fundas of stars decided, Manish Malhotra answers your wardrobe queries, Namrata soni gives beauty tips and more....
October 23, 2013: In this Bridal special find out Priyanka's fantasies about an exotic destination wedding and the treasure troves of the biggest stars. Nargis Fakhri, our cover girls, bares it all. She speaks about her life at the movies and otherwise. All of this and more in this Filmfare Exclusive. Enjoy!.
October 09 2013 10 SEXY FASHION ICONS, What tickles Katrina’s English taste buds, JOHN ABRAHAM’S CHAMBER OF SECRETS, KANGANA RANAUT FROM WILD CHILD TO DIVA, Katrina Kaif upset over Ranbir Kapoor- Deepika Padukone closeness, Shahid Kapoor is single and ready to mingle, Kajol and Ajay Devgn to do a film together and other grist from the rumour mill, It’s being said that the brand which was going to Akshay Kumar has... More
September 11 2013: The Bestseller, Avantika Wants Girls to like me, I'll Soul for my Kids...", "I'm not into Married Men", Brand New Aashiq, "I Am not Ready for Love", The Vow factor and more....
August 28 2013: SRK-SALMAN Call a Truce?, Return of the Boss, The Many Shades of SRK, Random no more, Once upon a time, Best of the southern Wild, Actor's Studio, The Boogie Man, Show Topper Night and more....
August 14 2013: My Muse, My Mate, Fearless Madhuri, Chennai Express, Hyderabad Galore, What a Splash, The Big Switch, ....
It is part of the India Today group, also founded in 1975, which now includes 13 magazines, 3 radio stations, 4 TV channels, 1 newspaper, a classical music label (Music Today), book publishing, and India's only book club. With the publication of its 30th Anniversary issue in December 2005, the magazine, which had commenced publication in 1975 with a circulation of 5,000 copies, has published five editions and currently has a circulation of over 1.1 million copies with a readership of over 5.62 million.
February 2014: In our Fourth Anniversary Special, we explore the fascinating medieval ruins of Croatia, the surreal, other-worldly forests of Costa Rica, Northern Ireland’s extraordinary cliffs and castles (even more extraordinary beer), and much more. Plus, there’s so much we unearthed in Switzerland, that we decided to dedicate a whole book to it. Good luck making up your mind. Download your copy now!
Switzerland Editor's Cut Issue: Switzerland Bonus Issue, Out planet, The photo story, Country at a glance, World on your plate and more...
January 2014: Plan the perfect year of travel, with Lonely Planet Magazine India’s A Year of Experiences issue, which tells you where you need to go in 2014 – and why. We’ve got all you need to max out your time in BRAZIL, whether you’re headed there for the football world cup or just for the gorgeous beaches, a whole lot of fun and games in GLASGOW, and a great collection of must-visit destinations – both undiscovered and forgotten, just waiting for you to swing by. Download your copy now and get planning!
December 2013: Get your groove on with Lonely Planet Magazine India’s 20+ ROMANTIC IDEAS issue, which will help you plan a holiday that’ll knock the socks off your better half… We’ve got perfect honeymoon islands off AUSTRALIA’s Brisbane coast, a hidden PARIS full of romantic surprises, and a whole bunch of unusual ideas – from staring death in the face together to reliving adolescent fantasies… Download your copy now to get the romance going!
November 2013: Sticking to our last month’s promise of a new look, more utility and more information, this November we’ve planned your holiday for you with our Last-minute Holiday special. In the pages you’ll find simpler and shorter trips that are easy to do with the family. Starting from the Phillipines (Jewel of the pacific) and Singapore in four ways, all the way through to the MalaMala game reserve in South Africa. If you want to look for something closer to home we have a feature on snow-clad India (perfect for a last-minute winter get-away). Easy trips to Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia, Port Blair – Andaman & Nicobar islands, Kutch – Gujarat, The Nilgiris – Tamil Nadu and Bikaner – Rajasthan will send you packing on that quick getaway. Mini guides on Prague, Puducherry and Berlin are perfectly handy and pocket friendly. Need more reasons to buy?
October 2013: Our October WINTER LIST issue is all new! Packed with ideas for a winter holiday, it’s now cooler, more vibrant and more useful than ever! The features list includes Laos, Mauritius, Botswana, Gstaad and eating in Delhi. All packaged in a new look, offering ease of navigation and use. Our quick escapes invite you to go wild in Mudumalai in Tamil Nadu, get high on spirituality in Amritsar in Punjab, chill out at Kihim in Maharashtra, gawk at fantastic frescoes in Shekhawati, Rajasthan, and eat your way through Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. There’s even a chance to soar over Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort when you visit for the Rajasthan International Folk Festival.
September 2013: Our September issue is for the SMART TRAVELLER - packed with ideas on how to get better rates and squeeze a little more out of each holiday. How about Venice in all its grandeur with canals and carnivals, gondoliers and romance on a budget you’ll love? Or Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam's best experiences in an affordable itinerary? A feature on Coorg and Family-friendly holiday ideas complete the big reads. But there's more, with quick getaways to Kundremukh in Karnataka, Hacra in Rajasthan, Nagini in Himachal Pradesh, Dindi in Andhra Pradesh and North Goa.
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Julai 2013: Bagi isu 19 Dunia Kamera untuk Julai 2013, ruangan Bicara U, Sabki Md. Noh membicarakan tentang Teori Gestalt sebagai panduan rekaan gambar. Ikuti kupasan beliau dalam penyampaian persepsi visual. Figura Pro akan memaparkan hasil kerja jurufoto wanita Noraini Che Amat, jurufoto yang bermula dari seni andaman. Ruangan Ekspresi, Agoes akan membicarakan panduan memotret orang tidak dikenali. Bagi rua... More
Jun 2013:Bagi isu 18 Majalah Dunia Kamera untuk Jun 2013, ruangan Bicara U, Sabki Md. Noh membicarakan tentang kerjaya sebagai jurufoto akhbar. Ikuti kupasan beliau dalam penyampaian aspek fotografi bagi jurufoto akhbar. Figura pro kali ini akan memaparkan hasil kerja Shahril Nawawi. Jurufoto yang meminati hasil seni halus. Dan bagi ruangan Ekspresi, Agoes akan membicarakan teknik syot dari paras pinggang dalam fotografi. Bagi ruangan Cabaran, konsep baru untuk sesi outing bersama otai akan diperkenalkan. Sertakan nama anda dan otai yang anda kehendaki di laman facebook http://www.facebook.com/DuniaKamera.
Mei 2013: Bagi isu 17 Majalah Dunia Kamera untuk Mei 2013, Bagi ruangan Bicara U, Sabki Md. Noh akan membicarakan tentang elemen asas dalam fotografi. Ikuti kupasan beliau dalam perkara yang anda perlu fahami dalam fotografi. Figura pro kali ini akan memaparkan hasil kerja jurufoto light painting, Aizuddin Akhsan. Jurufoto yang meminati hasil seni lukisan cahaya. Dan bagi ruangan Ekspresi, Agoes akan berkon... More
April 2013: Bagi isu 16 Majalah Dunia Kamera untuk April 2013, Bagi ruangan Bicara U, Sabki Md.Noh membicarakan tentang fotografi lanskap. Ikuti kupasan beliau mengenai sejarah fotografi lanskap. Figura pro kali ini akan memaparkan hasil kerja jurufoto dari seberang iaitu Teguh Sentosa. Jurufoto yang mengagumi keindahan dunia makro. Dan bagi ruangan Ekspresi, Agoes akan membicarakan tentang komposisi dalam mo... More
Mac 2013: Bagi isu 15 Majalah Dunia Kamera untuk Mac 2013, Bagi ruangan Bicara U, Sabki Md. Noh membicarakan tentang memahami fungsi imbang putih. Ikuti penerangan beliau mengenai fungsi imbang putih bagi mendapatkan warna yang realistik. Figura pro kali ini akan memaparkan hasil kerja jurufoto industri Sailor Salleh. Jurufoto yang menghasilkan foto dalam bidang perindustrian. Dan bagi ruangan Ekspresi, Agoes akan membicarakan tentang fotografi dalam hitam dan putih, tona yang mempunyai pengikutnya sen