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Matatirtha Aunshi (Mother's Day)। World Redcross Day । Law Day

Matatirtha Aunshi (Mother's Day) Special Audio

Matatirtha Aaunsi (Mother's Day)
"यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवता" (Yatra Naryastu Pujyante Ramante Tatra Devata), which means "Where women are revered, there the gods rejoice." These shlokas reflect the high regard and respect given to mothers in Sanskrit literature and culture.

Matatirtha Aaunsi
Just as it is believed that if the grains are dried in the scorching sun on the day of Aunsi, there will be no insects in the grain. Similarly, in today's Aunsi, if a mother's remembrance and respect for her mother is expressed, there will be no rift in the relationship between mother and child.

What is Aunsi and what is the significance of Aunsi or Amavasya in Vedas?
In the Atharva Veda, three hymns (suktas) are narrated based on the position of the moon. The first is Amavasya or Aunsi Sukta which is recited during Aunsi, then Purnima Sukta and the other is Surya Chandra Sukta which is recited after the first shape of the moon in the days after Aunsi is seen in the sky. In this situation where the relationship between the moon and the science of Sanatan Sanskar is disappearing, we must understand the 3 positions of the moon and the science related to it.

In the Atharva Veda, Amavasya Sukta says that Amavasya is a part of coexistence (Samvasati) and it also gives place to the union of the earth and the moon. The Taittiriya Samhita states that Amavasya is entering into Milan (Sangani). Such a combination is also called the English astronomical word SYZYGY which means union or adjustment.

The new moon is the union of the sun and the moon from the earth's view. The new moon is clearly understood to be the stage before SYZYGY. This day is also called the waning moon because the condition of the moon is very low.

Mata Tirtha Aunsi
Now let's talk about the glory of Mata Tirtha Aunsi, one of the best Aunsis of all the Aunsis of the year. It falls in the month of Baisakh and is considered a bridge that can connect the world of Deva, Pitru Lok, and Prithvi Lok under one philosophy. On this date, it is considered very important to remember, meet and express affection to one's mother, and to give alms and organize charity in the name of late mothers.

That is, mothers are gods. The mothers in this world are living gods, the mothers who do not exist in this world are now immortal.

Mata Tirtha Aunsi is a festival celebrated since ancient times to pay homage to the mothers. Today, the great and hard work of a mother is remembered. Today is the day to respect and remember Mother. This is the mother who showed us the world. She gave birth and preserved us in the womb. Then she held him in her arms. Like the Kalpa tree that fulfills all our d
esires, aspirations, and desires in our childhood and beyond, all the mothers of this world are also KalpaBrikshs.
World Red cross day


World Red Cross Day is observed on May 8 every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Henry Dunant, the founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the recipient of the first Nobel Peace Prize. The day aims to raise awareness about the humanitarian work carried out by the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world, and to celebrate the contributions of its volunteers and staff.

theme of world Red Cross day 2024
The theme designated for World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day in 2024 is “I give with joy, and the joy I give is a reward.” This theme promotes the idea of giving with a sense of joy, recognizing that the joy experienced in the act of giving itself is a rewarding outcome.
In the past, the themes have focused on issues such as health, disaster management, and the role of youth in promoting humanitarian values. The day is usually marked by events and activities organized by the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, including blood donation drives, health camps, and emergency response simulations.

Nepal Red cross society
The Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) is a humanitarian organization that operates in Nepal. It was established in 1963 and has since been providing assistance to those affected by disasters, conflicts, and other emergencies in the country.
NRCS is part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, which is the world's largest humanitarian network. It works in close collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and other national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies to provide assistance to those in need.

NRCS's main activities include disaster management, health promotion, blood transfusion services, and community-based programs. It also provides assistance in times of conflicts, including support to victims of violence and those separated from their families.

The Nepal Red Cross Society has played a significant role in responding to major disasters in the country, including the 2015 earthquake that caused widespread devastation. The organization provided emergency relief, medical assistance, and support to affected communities in the aftermath of the disaster. Overall, the Nepal Red Cross Society continues to play a crucial role in promoting humanitarian values and providing assistance to those in need in Nepal.

Best wishes on this day

(Kanun Diwas) National Day of Law in Nepal.
Background of Kanun Diwas


Nepal has been celebrating Baishakh 26 as National Law Day (Kanun Diwas), the day when Nepal issued the Judicial Act in 2009 BS.The need for the judiciary to play its role with a greater sense of responsibility to uphold constitutional supremacy and the rule of law in Nepal, and to protect the rights and freedoms of citizens, is being emphasized today.

Emergence of an independent judiciary in Sovereign Nepal, A history
In any case, with the emergence of an independent judiciary in Sovereign Nepal, we would like to summarize the history of Nepali judicial history by going beyond the summary of these allegations, incidents, and decisions made above the court. The history of Nepali justice has come here through the Malla Kalin justice system, the proverb of going to Gorkha if justice is not given in the time of Ram Shah. As the pages of history unfolded, the executive, the judiciary, and the legislature remained in the hands of the Rana rulers until 2007 BS, National Law Day is the day that Nepal got an independent judiciary by establishing the Central Court for the first time in the year 2007 BS after the success of the revolution of Falgun 7. Gradually, in 2009 BS, the First and Historic Court Act 2008 was issued as Nyayalaya Ain. This was the act that provided that the decisions of the Supreme Court would be irrefutable and final. This was the starting point of Nepal's independent judiciary to this day.

This day is also considered as the day when the foundations of democracy and human rights was laid in Nepal. It is believed that justice day will ensure the access of the general public to justice and increase respect for the judiciary.

Activities in Kanun Diwas
May the effectiveness of justice be maintained in the holy land of Pashupatinath, may the rule of law prevail and the law prevail. On this day, the courts of all the three levels leave for the District, Punarabedan, and Supreme Court. Today, a special program is organized in the afternoon at the Supreme Court premises and various programs are organized in the institutions related to the courts across the country.

An unpleasant mixture of politics and the judiciary is what today's Nepali court needs to get rid of. Let the white sentiments within the black coat be transparent, let the long and equal hands of the law be on everyone's head, let the law not be bought and sold.
Meaningful wishes

-Suyog Dhakal

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