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Before going to start this blog, I would like to say whatever I am going to share in this post is not enough to explain the contribution of women in our life. It is next to impossible to describe the contribution of women in words. There are several forms of women i.e. mother, aunt, wife, sister, friend, etc. Whatever we do in our life, we get support from women in one or many forms. They always back us and encourage us to fulfil the life objectives.

We don’t get enough opportunity where we thank them for their contribution, but we all get at least a day in a year to tell them that you have a very special place in our life. I know that a mere day is not enough to celebrate the contribution of women in our lives, but it gives us the opportunity to appreciate all the efforts they regularly put to maintain a billion families across the globe.

This post is dedicated to discuss international women day, the theme of 2021 international women day, history, colours used for this day and many more.


Women’s day is an international global event marked annually on 8th March and it acts as a symbol of collective acknowledgement of the importance of gender equality.  It is a global event that celebrates worldwide to achieve women's social, political, economic & cultural achievements across the globe.

International women day marked annually on 8th march is one of the most important days of the year to

✅ Celebrate women’s achievements.

✅ Raise awareness about women’s equality.

✅ Lobby for Accelerated for gender parity.

✅ Fundraise for female-focused charities.

The need for this day arose due to the continuous exploitation of women both in the workforce, by seniors, and at home, by family members. In the next section, we are going to share the whole idea behind the origination of this day. 


The idea of women day started in early 1900 when women started raising their voice against gender inequality & unbiased predominant in society. In 1908, 15000 women started protesting in New York City and were demanding better wages, shorter working hours & voting rights. In 1909, the socialist party of America declared the first international women day on 28th February.  Women continued to celebrate the IWD on 28th Feb till 1913. In 1913, the date of international women day transferred to 8th March and since then, the whole world has been celebrating this day annually on 8th March. We will cover the whole story behind the change of this date in some other blog.


3 colours i.e. purple, green & white are used as a symbol for international women day. Purple colour denotes justice & dignity, Green colour denotes hope & white colour denotes purity.



The theme of 2021 international women day is “ #ChooseToChallenge”. The main motto of this theme is

✅ To challenge society wherever you see gender bias, discrimination, inequality, etc.

✅ Celebrate or praise the achievements of women.

✅ When you challenge the prevailing rituals or culture of the society, it forces society to change.  Changes come in society due to challenges so let’s start challenging.



As shared above, the idea of IWD started in the US in the early 1900 when females were treated unequally. They were getting lesser salaries while working equal numbers of hours like males. Also, their contribution was not recognized. Due to these inequalities, they started protesting and demanded to bring down working hours and provide fair wages. Due to their continuous protest, IWD came into the picture and since 1909, we have been celebrating the IWD.  Another goal was to bring down gender-based discrimination.  It is more than 100 years and we still find gender-based discrimination in society but the positive aspect is that the whole world is moving forward and day by day, the discrimination is decreasing. Several initiatives have been taken at every level whether it is parents, family, government or nation. I stay in India, & I would like to share some initiatives taken across.

✅ The government has taken several initiatives for the study, nurturing, marriages of the girls. Owing to this, the gender ratio has been improved across the country.

✅ The government has made a legitimate age for marriages.

✅ In India, you may see women in the topmost positions in both government & private organizations. Certain seats in elections are also reserved only for females.

✅ Parents or family start giving preference to girls' career, dreams, or education over marriage or household work.

Your thought on this: Why the education of women is important?


In a typical Indian household, from the first cup of tea for the day to the last meal, women of the house have a role to play. It is ironic how we have a mother, daughter, sister, wife, at home and still needs a day to honour their contributions. There are still many patriarchs who consider manhood to be the most superior thing, but the change is coming. Society is evolving and with the new generation growing up with an open mind, the day is not far when we would recognise people by their names and not by their genders. Resources like the internet, social media, electronic media, etc. have only further progress.

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ESSAY ON Bangladesh Liberation War Of 1971

Shaheedon Ki Chitaon Par Lagenge Har Baras Mele Watan Par Mar Mitne Walo Ka Bas Yahi Ab Baaki Nishaan Hoga....!!! 

ESSAY ON Bangladesh Liberation War OF 1971

Hello Dosto, today we have brought something very sensational on which every Indian feel proud. Do you know about Vijay Diwas and why this day is very important in our life? Here in this blog, we are going to speak about the history of Vijay Diwas.

Vijay Diwas is commemorated every year on 16th December in India to celebrate the Indian Army victory over Pakistan in 1971 for the liberalization of Bangladesh from Pakistan. The result of this war was the unconditional surrender of the Pakistani army to the allied forces consist of the Indian Army & Mukti Bahini Led by Indian Army.

On 16th December, the whole nation remembers the sacrifices of the soldiers and pays tribute to the martyrs who gave their life for the nation. On the same day, the Indian minister of defence and the heads of all the three wings of the armed forces pay homage at Amar Jyoti, Delhi.

ESSAY ON Bangladesh Liberation War OF 1971

Being an Indian, we love Indian army, we respect the Indian Army because we know if we are safe inside our home today then it is because of them. Whether we talk about national security, counter international terrorism, protecting the LOC/LAC, a natural disaster like a flood tsunami, etc. You will find them everywhere. They are real heroes and inspiration for all.

Since independence, India confronted four wars, 3 times against Pakistan in 1965, 1971 & 1991 and 1 time against China in 1962. In all these wars, we have become the witness of the ultimate bravery of our Indian army. Recently, we have seen the valour of our Indian army again in Galwan Valley and the Chinese army and their ministry had to kneel down.

Whenever we talk Indian army or watch movies based on the Indian Army, then you must feel sensation in your body. There would be goosebumps for sure. We can’t even imagine the sacrifice they and their family do.


ज़माने भर में मिलते हे आशिक कई ,

मगर वतन से खूबसूरत कोई सनम नहीं होता ,

नोटों में भी लिपट कर, सोने में सिमटकर मरे हे कई ,

मगर तिरंगे से खूबसूरत कोई कफ़न नहीं होता..


War could not be the solution to any problem but we want to remind all our enemies that we always talk about Akhund Bharat and whole geography of India belongs to every Indian only.

Social Posts salutes the Indian army and requesting God to protect every soldier. 

Saare Jahan Se Achha
Hindustan Hamara
Hum Bulbule Hai Iski
Ye Gulistan Hamara

Jai Hind Jai Bharat



Hi readers, we are here again with another post on the global event and this time we are going to cover the theme of World AIDS Day 2020.

This blog will cover everything about world aids day, history of world aids day, world aids day 2020 theme, world aids day 2020 slogans, red ribbon awareness symbol, information related to HIV/AIDS, etc.

Theme Of World Aids Day 2020


World Aids Day also known as AIDS day is a global event observed worldwide on 1st December every year to raise public awareness about AIDS. AIDS is the acronym of Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome. It is a pandemic disease caused due to the infection of HIV.  On this day, peoples across the globe put on a red ribbon on their shirt/T-shirt to show their togetherness with the people living with HIV/Aids. WHO & several other health organization conduct public meetings, conferences, etc. to spread the information about HIV.



The idea of World Aids Day was first obversed by the two public information officers known as James W Bunn & Thomas Netter at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland in August 1987. They communicated their idea to the director (Dr Jonathan Mann) of the global program of Aids. Dr Jonathan Mann liked the idea, approved it and agreed with the recommendation that the first World AIDS would be observed on 1st December 1988. The theme of first World Aids Day was communication.

World Aids Day 2020 Theme

Owing to the mass impact of this disease, the president of the United States officially declared World Aids Day in 1995 and urged all the countries to come together and fight against Aids. Among all the health programs run by WHO, World AIDS Day has become the most recognized health day’s celebrations celebrated globally by government organizations, NGO, health bodies, civil societies, health officials, and it gives the key opportunity to all the stakeholders to conduct various programs like:

➤ Organize the awareness program in the School, Colleges, Office, etc.

➤ Make people aware of HIV and various methods of prevention & control.

➤ Organize the speech and discussion forum to discuss all the information related to AIDS.



HIV is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system and makes the person more vulnerable to other diseases and infections. It mainly happens either due to unprotected sex or sharing injection drug equipment. If HIV left untreated, it leads to AIDS. The worst part is “the world does not have any cure for HIV so if you have, you have to live together with it”.

Do you want to know about this? please write to us in the comment box. We would cover it in the next blog.


The two major objectives of the World Aids Day is as follows:

➤ Raise awareness among the people about this pandemic disease.

➤ Mourning for those who have died due to this disease.



On 1st December, if you visit any city, street or any lanes, you will easily find peoples putting on Red Ribbon on their shirt/t-shirt. This Red ribbon used as a symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS.  This symbol was founded by the Red Ribbon International whose main purpose was to spread awareness to stop HIV/AIDS. Another organization is known as Mothers against drunk driving use the same symbol for drug abuse & stop drink driving.

Theme Of 2020 World Aids Day



The theme of World Aids Day 2020 is resilience. Here find the details related to Call to Action for World AIDS 2020

➤ Resilience to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing global health landscape and to persevere in the face of uncertainty

➤ Resilience to insist on the fundamental human right to live with HIV in dignity and good health over a lifetime, to bounce back from adversity and to help each other in doing so

➤ Resilience to avoid fragmentation in the response and to remain united and inclusive to meet our common challenges

➤ Resilience to lead advocacy and programmed implementation until new infections are stopped and everyone has access to prevention, treatment and the social support they need

➤ Resilience to advance science to find an effective vaccine, develop new prevention tools, improve treatment regimens, including generic options, identify additional effective behaviour-change strategies and ultimately to produce an affordable and accessible cure for HIV

➤ Resilience to fight against laws that codify stigma, discrimination and criminalization that restrict gender equality and access to human rights-based responses

➤ Resilience to join with advocates and scientists working on other health challenges and find common cause to advance universal healthcare worldwide

➤ Resilience to demand the long-term resources needed to achieve global HIV targets in a comprehensive global health agenda and to push back against short-sighted cuts to national and international budgets.

Click here to know more about the theme of World Aids Day 2020.


➤ Fasten the progress in the response by advancing HIV science, research & policy.

➤ Shine a spotlight on the needs of the population left behind

➤ Renew & strengthen political commitment and resolve

➤ Promote & support the next generation

➤ Strengthen & underscore the commitment to an equitable HIV response.


Here find the top 5 slogans on the theme of World Aids Day 2020

➤ Give a child love, laughter & peace, Not AIDS

➤ Because of the lack of education on Aids, discrimination, fear, panic & lies surrounded me.

➤ HIV does not make people dangerous, so you can share hands with them and hug them.

➤ If you judge people, you have no time to love them.

➤ Never, never, never give up.



The theme of 2019 World AIDS Day is "Communities make the difference". Here, is the detailed list of previous year themes on AIDS day.

World AIDS Day 2019 theme was “Communities make the difference”.

World AIDS Day 2018 theme was “Know Your Status”.

World AIDS Day theme in the year 2011 to 2015 was “Zero for the New HIV Infections, No Discrimination, No Deaths due to HIV AIDS: Getting to Zero”.

World AIDS Day Theme 2010 was “Human Rights as well as Access Universally”.

World AIDS Day 2009 theme was “Access Universally as well as Human Rights.”

World AIDS Day 2008 Theme was “Stop the AIDS: Deliver – Empower – Promise and Lead.”

World AIDS Day Theme 2007 was “Stop the AIDS: Keeping the Leadership as well as Promise.”

World AIDS Day 2006 Theme was “Stop the AIDS: Keeping the Accountability and Promise.”

World AIDS Day Theme 2005 was “Stop the AIDS: Keeping the Promise.”

World AIDS Day Theme 2004 was “Girl, Women, AIDS and HIV.”

World AIDS Day Theme 2003 was “Discrimination as well as Stigma.”

World AIDS Day Theme 2002 was “Discrimination and the Stigma.”

World AIDS Day Theme 2001 was “Do You Care?”

World AIDS Day Theme 2000 was “Make a Difference Men: AIDS.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1999 was “Campaigns of the World AIDS with the Young people and Children: Live, Learn and Listen.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1998 was “Campaigns of the World AIDS with Young People: Change due to Force.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1997 was “Every Children living with AIDS in the World.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1995 was “One Hope with One World.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1995 was “Rights Sharing with Shared Duties.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1994 was “Family with the AIDS.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1993 was “React.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1992 was “Commitment of the Committee.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1991 was “Sharing the Challenge.”

World AIDS Day Theme 1990 was “Women and AIDS”.

World AIDS Day Theme 1989 was “Youth”.

World AIDS Day Theme 1988 was “Communication”.



Advertise With Social Posts

What is Advertisement

Advertisement is a marketing communication that helps in the promotion of products & services of the company. The ultimate purpose of the advertising is to increase the sales of the products. In the laymen terms, it simply means marketing.

As you are aware of a phasal verb: “Jo Dikhta Hai Wahi Bikta Hai (What is seen is sold)

Why Advertisement is important

There are several advantages of advertisement and most importantly, it is directly proportional to the sales of the company. The advisement helps the company

➤ To increase the sales of the product.

➤ To increase the market visibility of the product.

➤ To increase the brand recognition.

➤ To increase the brand loyalty among the audience.

➤ To increase the customer retention rate. 

How Digital marketing is different from Traditional Marketing

Marketing can be done in a variety of ways. You can put holding on the roads, distribution of brand banner, stickers, point of sale materials (POSM), advertising in the newspapers, magazines, books, etc. All these methods were the part of traditional marketing and now one more dynamic add in the way marketing occurs. 

The new dynamic is known as Digital Marketing. Digital Marketing means the marketing of product/services/idea over the internet. In the last few years, the number of internet users has become multifold. Owing to this, the impact of digital marketing has increased, and brand/companies move toward digital marketing and giving it preference over traditional marketing. 

The various ways of doing digital marketing are search engine optimization, search engine marketing, social media optimization, social media marketing, YouTube marketing, and many more.

How Digital Marketing is better than traditional marketing

There are several advantages of Digital Marketing over traditional marketing.

Here, we are sharing some prominent advantages.

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Sabarna Roy : Inspirational Journey from a Technocrat to a Bestselling Indian Author

Sabarna Roy is a trained Civil Engineer and passed out with a First Class Honours Civil Engineering Degree from Jadavpur University in 1988. He is presently working as Senior Vice President and is in the 25th year of his employment with Electro steel Group. Sabarna Roy is engaged in giving leadership to Business Development, Applications Technology and certain key Strategies in the Electro steel Group. Sabarna Roy is an author of critically acclaimed bestselling literary fiction of six published books. They are Pentacles; Frosted Glass; Abyss; Winter Poems; Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012 – 2018, and Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020.

He has a technical book, titled: Articles on Ductile Iron Pipelines and Framework Agreement Contracting Methodology published by Scholars’ Press in the European Union with two of his Co-authors, which have been translated into 8 major European languages. He has been visiting national and international conferences to talk on various matters concerning ecology and environment. He is a firm believer in the Paris Climate Accord and believes in lowering the Carbon Footprint in the industry to reverse the climate chang ioe effects on the planet. He is an active participant in the multifarious activities of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, Confederation of Indian Industries, Central Board of Irrigation and Power, and Indian Geographical Committee of the International Water Resources Association.


Q.1: How has been your journey from a technocrat to a Bestselling Author?

It is not as if I have abandoned the job of a technocrat and I only concentrate on writing literary books. I shuffle between my two professions of being a Senior Engineering Professional and an Author of literary books. Yes, life has changed after I started writing books since July 2007 when I felt if I did not write I would die. Life definitely has become busier juggling between two different kinds of professions. As a Senior Engineering Professional, I am also involved in writing research articles on the environment sector in peer-reviewed national and international Journals. During the on-going Pandemic, I have been busy in various digital conferences as a Senior Engineering Professional as well as a literary author. Before the Pandemic I had to attend national and international conferences and literary meets.

Q.2: What shift you find in your thought-process once you find yourself in the league of poets and authors in spite of a common human being?

I do not think there is a definite shift in my thought process. I write whatever ideas, thoughts, imaginations and intuitions flow through my mind. This happens to all human beings. The only difference is authors write about them and others do not write. Of course, somebody can sing or play an instrument or pursue some other talent. I am inclined to believe every human being has some kind of talent. Even a reader, who reads a book requires the patience and necessary understanding to consume a book. The same is applicable to the audience of any other art.

Q.3: The world knows you as a Bestselling Poet & Author. Had you been writing since your school days or poetry come to you in the prime of your youth?

I wrote during my university years between 1984 and 1988.

I have been a poet since the age of 18. The first book that was published by me was a slim book of English poems, titled: Pain, which created a stir in the student circle in Calcutta. I almost abandoned writing in 1989. I wrote a full-length play in Bengali in 1994, which was later published in the annual edition of the renowned Bengali Journal Bohurupee in 2010. Apart from this, I did not write, except occasionally, but did not publish them until July 2007 when I was almost bugged by a very potential virus to write. I felt I would die if I did not write. Since then, I have been writing very seriously and my first book got published in 2010, it’s titled: Pentacles.

Between 2010 and 2020, I have produced 6 Literary works. After Pentacles, came Frosted Glass, followed by Winter Poems, and thereafter came Abyss. In 2019, Random Subterranean Mosaic: 2012-2018 was published and in June 2020, Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020 was published.

Q.4: How much of the thought-process of your school life has shaped your creativity?

The school has had an indelible effect on my life. I studied at Sacred Heart Convent School, Ludhiana in Punjab. It had one of the best campuses I have ever seen in my life. With beautiful playgrounds for various ages, libraries, auditoriums, clubs for pursuing all kinds of talents and various other things. I would say, my interests for literature was kindled by my teachers in school. We had a beautiful annual Journal, which was published during the Christmas time where I contributed regularly since Standard VI. Our teachers had lot of time to discuss books and our writings with them. The exhibition in school used to be fabulous. Once in Standard VIII, I made a model of Shakespeare’s original house at Stratford-upon-Avon, UK. When years much later I visited Shakespeare’s house at Stratford-upon-Avon, I felt very nostalgic about my display in the exhibition. I also played the role of Antonio in William Shakespeare’s play, The Merchant of Venice in one of the exhibitions. Likewise, the science exhibitions were also a treat to participate and watch. All these things put together went on to shape my creativity at an early age.


Q.5: What have been your favourite books during your school days?

The most favourite books during my school were as follows: -

➤David Copperfield by Charles Dickens.

➤The Bishop's Candlesticks by Norman McKinnel.

➤Dakghar (The Post Office) by Rabindranath Tagore.

➤The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle.

Q.6: How much of your writing style has changed since you debuted as an author?

I do not think my writing style has changed much except for the fact that with increasing age I want to write more lucidly every day so that what I want to say is understood by everybody.

Q.7: What would be your advice to the school kids who wants to make their mark as an author and poet?

I can give a few tips, which can work remarkably well for aspiring authors and poets in school: -

➤Maintain a journal or a diary for yourself. This is a tool where you can talk to yourself most privately and later your journal or your diary will reflect back the way you have progressed in life.

➤Read as much as you can and reflect upon what you are reading. Also, jot down your book reviews, however brief they are, in your journal or diary.

➤Capture all your thoughts, ideas and dreams and let them flow through you in the form of written pieces in your journal or diary.

➤If you are inclined enough, create and maintain a regular blog and socialize it among your friends, family and relatives and seek their opinion about what you are writing. This is a process from where you will learn.

➤Try to be original and authentic, however immature you are, because in being close to yourself you will reconnect with your soul during the process of writing. This is very critical and significant to become a good author or a poet.

* Interview Credit: School Life 




What is World Food Day?

World Food Day is an international event celebrated worldwide to honour the date of the founding of Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO). It was founded by the United Nation in 1945. The main objective of the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) is to address the issues of hunger worldwide. 

It is observed every year on 16th October and celebrated by all the national & international organizations involved in the world food program.


The theme of World Food Day 2020

The theme of world food day 2020 is “grow, nourish, sustain, together.”


This year’s world food day is even more important as we all are witnessing the undesirable effects of COVID-19. We have seen the scarcity of food make the livelihood even more difficult, responsible for malnutrition and lead to death. After seeing such disaster, we believe, we must have an ample reserve of food stock to tackle such undesirable incidents. Being a part of society, we have been watching natural disasters like flood, tsunami, drought, etc. every year and to handle all such situations, we must have food in stock. 
Food is essential for everyone and it is very important for the society to understand the necessity. If you belong to the privileged section of the society, your responsibility is even higher in comparison to poor and vulnerable communities. One area that I would like to highlight here, we should stop wastage of food and take a pledge for #zerofoodwastage.  If you have more than required food in your plate due to any reason, kindly share your plate with the needy ones.

Before wasting food, you should remember: “The food you waste can satisfy the hunger of a poor person”. It is also the high time to cherish and recognize our food heroes who ensure the adherence of complete supply chain starting from farmers till the end consumers. We should salute them for their endeavour.

How your everyday actions can make an impact!

From the learnings of recent times, it is very easy to comprehend, that every human who is the part of this earth need to play a crucial role. The role is different is for every individual and you need to play your part.

➤ For example, if you are a farmer, then your key role is to produce food.

➤ If you are a part of the supply chain, then you need to ensure the smooth supply chain from producer to consumer.

➤ If you are the part of the government, you need to ensure the plenty of food for everyone.

➤ If you are consumer, then you need to stop wastage of food.

➤ If you are a consumer and if you have food for every day and also you can afford the feed of one or two families, then start doing it.

What needs to be addressed to achieve #ZeroHunger

In recent decades, the world has made prominent progress and now we are able to produce more food than required as per the report published by the UN, but our existing food system is out of balance. The major issues responsible for this imbalance are:

⧭ Hunger

⧭ Obesity,

⧭ Environmental Degradation,

⧭ Loss of agro-biological diversity,

⧭ Food loss and waste and

⧭ A lack of security for food chain workers

Time has come to address all these issues and solve it with the help of technology without impacting the earth’s natural resources, our health and the climate. Here we believe, digital technologies could play a key role in the transformation, the way we produce food, process, transport, and consume.

New technologies like satellite imaging, remote sensing, mobile & blockchain apps promise revolutionary change for the farmers producing 80% of the world’s food with the potential to optimize food chains, increase access to nutritious food, reduce food loss and waste, improve water management, fight against pests and diseases, and prepare farmers for disasters such as flood, drought, etc.


Top 10 Slogans on World Food Day 2020Theme

⧭ You are indirectly helping the poor and impoverished by conserving food

⧭ Conserve food, save this world from facing a food crisis.

⧭ You are lucky to get food every day.

⧭ The food that means nothing to you can mean a lot to others.

⧭ Say goodbye to the habit of wasting food.

⧭ Food is one of the basic things we require to survive on this Earth, why waste it?

⧭ You are not only wasting food, but you are also depriving someone else of having it.

⧭ Every bit of food is costly, preserve it.

⧭ Say no to food waste.

⧭ Think for those who are hungry before throwing your food into the dustbin.

⧭ Remember that people are dying for the food that you are throwing away.

⧭ If you can’t finish it off then share it with someone who is hungry.

Thanks for reading our post. I would appreciate if you comment your views, share with your friends & family and spread the concept of #ZeroWastage. If you have any story, views, suggestions or anything you would like to share with us, write to us

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This is all for today and will see you soon in the next blog of SocialPosts. Till then, Good Bye & Peace Out. 


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