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Raman Krishna
10/29/2011 04:45

I take the opportunity of wishing all the members of Sector 2 society,our very best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year!

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GP Dubey
11/30/2012 00:10

Thanks

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Narendra Singh
10/29/2011 04:47

Dear Raman sir, Thanks for all the wishes , Wish you HAPPY NEW YEAR !!

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Anil Singh
10/29/2011 07:58

Starting Shanti Garden Website is great iniative ,appreciate all committe memebers & Narendra Singh for the same ,all the best Society to be the bestSociety in Mumbai .

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Narendra Singh
10/29/2011 12:24

Thanks

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ajay dubey
10/30/2011 00:39

Wood work, All the best .


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Ashish Mistry
10/30/2011 07:36

Good initiative of launchng a dedicated website. All the best.

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Dr Sanjay Parab
10/30/2011 11:11

We really appreciate efforts of all dedicated members to work in unity for the welfare of all society members.We pray to all mighty LORD on this auspicious DAMODAR/KARTIK month to give everyone strenth,positive energy,good health& focused vision to co-operate with each other to achieve real SHANTI in our beutiful garden in sector2---Dr.Sanjay Parab,Mrs.Bhadrapriya,Miss.Janakipriya& Master Brijanand.

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Narendra Singh
11/10/2011 01:07

सभी सिख दोस्तों को मेरी तरफ से गुरु नानक जयंती की शुभ कामना

ਸਾਰੇ ਸਿੱਖ ਦੋਸਤਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਮੇਰੀ ਵੱਲੋਂ ਗੁਰੂ ਨਾਨਕ ਜੈੰਤੀ ਦੀ ਸ਼ੁਭ ਕਾਮਨਾ

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GP Dubey
11/30/2012 00:10

Thank

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Narendra Singh
11/14/2011 01:27

Wish all childrens of Shanti Garden Sector 2 a very happy childrens day !!

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11/14/2011 09:02

The flashes of the pictures of our sector buildings are created wonderfully and I was very impressed by the creator,our Mr. Narendra Singh! Congratulations to him!
Some of the members have complained that some people are throwing chappatis, food and grains through their balconies on to the road opposite. This is not good as such articles may fall on the passers by and it may cause sometimes injuries, we dont know! It is better to come out personally and feed the dogs or pigeons or crows! I hope members would not mistake and take this in the right way! Thanks a Mio.

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Rita Singh(prop) M/s. RADHA KRISHNA PROPERTIES
11/19/2011 00:10

Hi! Good 2 c our Sector website but surprisingly No view & details of ur Sector-2 shopping , as it appears Shopping is not part of Sector-02 ? Clarify..

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Shanti Garden Sector 2
11/20/2011 11:23

Shopping of Shanti Garden Sector 2 is definietly part of our sector and we appreciate the contribution from our shops.
Thanks to inform the missing details of the Shopping of Sector 2 , We do have included the details in the Members section of our website But thanks for pointing out We will also include the photograhs of our shopping in our gallery section as well.

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Rita singh (prop) M/s. RADHA KRISHNA PROPERTIES& TOURS and TRAVELS.
11/25/2011 07:39

I thank on behalf of shopowners of sec-02 for considering Sec-02 shops as integrated part of Sec-02 society if so consider securityguard for day services like residents of sec-02....

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Narendra Singh
01/03/2012 00:29

Congratulations !! to all the Residents of SHANTI GARDEN SECTOR II for the new MGL Connection. The MGL had digging work for the PipeLine network in our complex.

Great Job done Managing Committee !!!

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Anil Singh -Bldg No.6/203/204
01/21/2012 13:32

Hi All ,
Just wanted to know by when MGL shall start gas supply for use ?

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01/27/2012 06:32

Dear Member,

The MGL connection is in progress , MGL had not specifed any dates as such for the connectio till now, But we expect it to get over by end of Feb 2012.

The internal ground pipes are already been laid the DP (distribution point) is already fixed in the complex, the MGL is now establising the network for entire Shanti Garden complex, Once that is done MGL will start laying indiviual connections.

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Raaman
02/08/2012 08:59

ASTRO FORECAST FOR FEBRUARY 2012,

MESHA
Due to Kendra positions of Jupiter and Saturn, Sun and Mercury, overall happiness can be expected. Financial situation would be satisfactory. Visits to holy places of pilgrimage are likely. Saturn’s exaltation in 7th house aspected by Jupiter would be beneficial. Marriage in the family is likely. May think of investments in gold and jewellery.
RISHAB
The exaltation of Venus in 11nd house, the house of gains and the placement of Saturn in 6th house would bring financial gains, though at the same time there would be expenses as well, due to travel and acquiring of ornaments. Investment in property is likely. Attention to be paid on health front. Children would progress well in their studies.
MITHUN
There would be financial gains in business and promotion on the job front likely. Precaution in new investments in shares and property, are required. People who are looking for travel to overseas countries are likely to succeed. Children would advance in their studies by attending tuitions. Happiness in the family front can be expected. Needs attention on health front.
KATAK
There could be possibility of a change of job which may result in location in a new place. Relationship with members of the family would improve by listening to them. Investment in stocks and shares may not be satisfactory. Caution is required in dealing with friends and colleagues in the office. Prayers to the family deity would bring success.
SIMHA
The tension due to Sade Sathi period is now over and can expect favourable results to materialize. Relationship with paternal side would improve. Increased responsibility in official front could result in monetary gains and may invest in acquiring jewellery. Childrens’ progress in studies would continue. Pilgrimage to holy places likely.
KANYA
The Sade Sathi period of Saturn continues and caution is to be exercised in communication with colleagues. Childrens’ progress in education would continue There would be some
happy developments in relationship in the family front. Visit to the family deity and prayers done in this regard, would bring immense benefits.
THULA
Financial improvements are likely. Happiness in the family front would improve and children’s progress in their studies would continue. People who are suffering from anxiety may get some relief. Marriage is likely to take place in the family. People owning vehicles which are old, are likely to change to new ones.
VRISCHIK
The aspect of Jupiter to the second house, may bring in some financial gains. The Sade Sathi period of Saturn though commenced, the aspect of the Lagna Lord Mars to the Rashi, would protect the native. Venus in exaltation in the 5th house would give enough support in the family front. Care is to be taken while driving vehicles.
DHANU
There would be happiness in the family front due to the aspect of Rashi Lord Jupiter to his own Rashi!. Children are likely to succeed in their ambition to gain admissions to their fields of choice.Your opinions on official matters would get recognition from the bosses. Relationship with parents would develop positively. Investments in gold and jewellery likely.
MAKAR
Due to the Rashi Lord Saturn’s location in the 10th house is exalted, progress in the career front is possible. Happiness in the family front is also likely to continue. Mental tensions may arise and prayers to the family deity would bring in much peace of mind. Your aspirations to get employment in overseas are likely to succeed.
KUMBH
Due to exaltation of Venus in the second house, there would be improvements in finance. The exaltation of Rashi Lord Saturn in the 9th house, Dharmasthan, would make you undertake pilgrimage to holy places. Misunderstandings which would have arisen are likely to be settled soon. It is advisable to listen to your spouse in discussions.
MEEN
The presence of the Rashi lord Jupiter in the second house, is likely to bring financial improvements. At the same time the presence of Saturn in the eighth house gives caution to care for one’s health. People who are long waiting to own new cars, may succeed in their efforts. Due to the exalted Venus in the Rashi, there would be happiness in the family.

N.K. Raaman


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N.K. Raman
02/08/2012 09:03

I want to give the Astrological forecast for all Rashis in the website.
Regards,
Raman

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Narendra Singh
02/08/2012 09:50

Dear Members , Mr Raman is now writing forecast for all rashis in a news paper known as Metro Mirror.

Best of Luck to him ..

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raman
02/29/2012 04:49

Congratulations to India for having won the match against Sri Lanka. My God, it is unbelievable! This is a fantastic do or die approach. This mindset amongst the players is what is required for such tests.
This is what the Australians are adopting!

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Raman
03/07/2012 23:15

I wish a happy HOLY and best wishes, to all the members in our society.
Best Regards,
raman

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Raman
03/28/2012 06:26

When you want to go out of the house, and when nobody else in the house, pls ensure you double lock the doors of your house.
Also in the inside door, fix a strong padlock and lock it. It would in any case.be not visible to the outsiders. Also nform your neighbours about where you are going and when you would be back. Request them to watch your flat, in case there is any noise arising, opposite!

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07/22/2012 02:34

The introduction of e-newspapers on a daily basis by our member
Shri Narendra Singh is a wonderful idea indeed. I tried to access the MID Day today and prompt came the pages. I was able to read all the headlines which are in big fonts. But I was unable to read any news item because the fonts are very small and even with lens I was unable to read. Is it because I have only a 14" screen that I find difficult to read, but what about the other members? Are they able to read all the news item in detail? I would like to know what is the solution to this?
Thanks a Mio.
Regards,
Raman

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Narendra Singh
07/29/2012 12:52

Thanks !! Raman Sir.

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Narendra Singh
07/29/2012 14:58

When you are on the MID DAY page , on the right top there is a ICON with PLUS sign on it.. which can be used to maximize the font.

Please try it.

In case if still there is a problem let us know..

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11/16/2012 22:26

Paropakartam Idam Shareeram!
GOD has given us lives not only for enjoying ourselves but also for doing service to others. If we live only for ourselves, we are not fully utilizing our given gifts! How can we be of assistance to others? You need not donate money to charities, if you dont have money! Money is not everything! Even a kind word told to others is service. A visit to a sick person's flat in the society, and assuring him that he/she would be well soon, is itself would be a great relief for the sick!
Mr. Narendar has created this website spending so much of his personal time for informing the members valuable information about our society and giving vital information on the rules and regulations of co-op societies, inviting members to write how they feel in living in the society, etc are all done only to be of service to the members. We must all appreciate his contribution and encourage him so that he would feel happy to contribute more vital information for the benefit of members.
Regards to everyone in the society!
Raman

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11/16/2012 22:55

"What we teach our children”. The writer, Swami Kriyananda is absolutely right in stating that we do not teach our children anything and they are left to themselves and thru the schools to learn and educate themselves. They have completely lost their spirit of inquiry and they go to Google for anything and everything and they are completely depending on these search engines and their own imaginations and thinking are totally absent and in such case how can the youngsters get new ideas and invent new discoveries. Moreover todays schools are more like prisons where the children are kept for 6 hours as prisoners and they come home. At home they are sent to various classes as it is a rat race - my child should achieve this or that - accordingly the parents enroll them in various extra-curricular activities. By this they are making the children mere robots who can perform programmed things and the parents are highly proud about the “achievements” but they are not aware what the children are losing as the parents themselves were not aware of their childhood memories. A standard reply is “It is a world of competition and the children are to be prepared for the times” as if the competition is to be blamed. Who created this situation if not you? The schools are to re-educate their staff for preparing the teachers for instructing the children about the various aspects of life and the sciences and other art subjects would automatically come to them as these are part of their own which comes on its own if they realize their potential. This was being done by the erstwhile Gurukools in India which has been completely destroyed by the foreign rulers and not revived even after independence. A musician gets his singing talents on his own and the several rehearsals and practice sessions are only to kindle his own inherent talents. Mostly they sing leaving everything to God and the performance would be superlative. If you ask them to perform in the same way they would say it is not I who did but He. This is the same with other talented people and each one of us come into this world with talent and many do not attain their excellence during the present life time and have to wait for the next or the next depending upon when the time comes! When a person achieves excellence in spirituality then he is called a realized person and others are called experts" Sundaram

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Ganesh P Dubey
11/30/2012 00:07

Requesting society committee to spray strong anti mosquetos liquid in garden.
Huge nos of bites by mosquetos obseved at evening to the children and families of socity members.
So far no attension is made by the society committee..

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Shanti Gardens Sector 2
12/05/2012 03:29

We had receive your request , the same will be done as soon as possible. Thanks and keep on writing in case of any problem or issues.

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G.P. Dubey
01/18/2013 00:49

First , congratulations to l society committe for creating a place for chiildren to play inside garden area- Great work keep it up!

Second - committee confirmed in this blog that my request is received on 5th Dec 2012 regarding spray of anti mosqutos liquid, but so far no action is visible.
One again the same request.

Thanking committee once again for creating place to children to play inside garden

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G.P. Dubey
01/18/2013 00:51

Is it possible in the blog to publish comment with latest date on top?

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Raman
01/19/2013 07:24

Dear Shri Narendar!

I was very happy to read the Astrological Forecst for 2013. You must have taken great efforts to include the same in the blog, which shows your great interest in the subject. Also the inclusion of various newspapers in the site, is a welcome move and we are all greatly benefitted by getting the same free of cost! The website prepared by you is getting richer in contents day by day and I must not fail to congratulate you on the excellent service you are giving to all members in our complex. Regards, Raman

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N.K. Raman
01/21/2013 05:30


Sent: Monday, 21 January 2013 6:37 PM



With stress being an almost constant, destructive part of our lives, it has become extremely important to make relaxation an equally important one. Stress associated with our everyday lives can lead to physical and mental problems ranging from headaches and colds to heart attacks and high blood pressure.
Learning and practicing a few relaxation techniques on a daily basis can help you lead a life that is healthy and stress free. Students, professionals, homemakers and business owners; everyone can enjoy the benefits of relaxation techniques. A few relaxation techniques that are easy to learn, are risk free and can be done anywhere and everywhere, follow. The aim of these relaxation techniques is to increase the practitioner’s awareness of his or her own body and to refocus the attention to calming thoughts and ideas
Progressive Muscle Relaxation Technique: Progressive muscle relaxation is carried out by slowly tensing and relaxing one muscle group after the other. To practice, one starts by tensing the muscles of the toes and then consciously relaxing them as much one can. Tense muscles as much as you can and hold for five seconds, relax them for 30 seconds and then repeat the process. Progressively keep on tensing and relaxing muscles of different parts of the body till you reach the neck and then the head. This technique focuses on relaxation by helping users recognise the difference between tense and relaxed states.
Autogenic Relaxation Technique: This relaxation technique is called autogenic because it leads to calming through ideas and thoughts that come from within the person practicing this technique. Both bodily awareness and visual imagination are used to reduce physical and mental tension. To practice, imagine being at a peaceful place like the beach or an open garden, and concentrate on breathing slowly, thus bringing down the heart rate. You can also keep repeating a mantra like “relax”, “calm” or “chill” in your mind, or focus on relaxing each part of the body one by one. Imagine the tension leaving each part of your body as you slowly breathe out.
Visualisation: Visualisation is a relaxation technique where one visualises being in a peaceful or calming situation, which is far away from the current situation which is stressing out the practitioner. Close your eyes and imagine yourself sitting amidst the sea gulls on a beach or sleeping in your bed. The more senses you use – sight, sound, smell and touch – the more you will benefit from visualisation. You can imagine smelling the flowers in a garden or listening to the sound of a brook flowing nearby. While you can practice visualisation almost anywhere, it is best done at a calm and quiet spot.
These relaxation techniques will help you tackle stress and its symptoms by lowering blood pressure, heart rate and breathing. They will also help in reducing muscle tension, frustration, anger and other negative effects of stress that take a toll on your health. Practicing these relaxation techniques can help one de-stress and avoid illnesses and tension related ailments.
Apart from these, rhythmic exercises like walking, jogging, swimming or cycling; yoga, tai chi and other sport forms are also good means of relaxing the body as well as the mind. Massage and meditation are also great ways of relaxing but they might take more time than you have when you need an instant fix of stress relief. You can reap not just instant, but lifelong benefits of these relaxation techniques and exercises by practicing them on a daily basis. Taking time out on a regular basis every day for relaxation will help keep you grounded, happy and healthy, and save you from the adverse effects of the stresses and tensions of modern life

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