Quotes 2019-02-18T10:31:11+00:00

Quotes By Siddharth Wadennavar

” SriLanka, after 25 years of civil war the government decisively defeated the LTTE and created a peace, now way we have to eliminate terrorists and create the peace”

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“Every man will have a unique trait in his personality. It is also an exceptional gift from nature to man. The greatness of humanity is discovering this distinct trait in the man. Knowledge can be gained from the traditional teachings of all religions. “

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“There is only one God. However, this is not very important for a man. What is more important is understanding who this God is. It is necessary for man to give importance to experiment and experience than living with confusion, dispassion and avarice.”

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“They say man evolved from the monkey. However, the question that arises is why are the monkeys still around. Monkeys have two unique qualities. One is mimicking. Another is jumping. Life will be beautiful if we do not imbibe these qualities. We are part of nature, not the monkey.”

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“When there is so much conflict within religions, castes and sects, it might be appropriate to call this country a pluralist one instead of a secular nation. The fact that we have diversity in everything such as dress, language and culture is a testimony to this.”

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“Man can be successful in business if he has knowledge but not money. If he has both money and knowledge, he will surely be successful. If a man has money but not knowledge, the consequences may be disastrous. With this analysis, it is necessary to give importance to knowledge. “

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“This year’s budget has provided only 2% of the total grants for primary and high school education. If the state and central governments reserve 10% of their budget for primary and high school education, then it is possible for every child of this country to receive an international quality education free of cost. However, national parties do want the children of the poor and farmers to become intelligent. What the present system needs are votes and notes (money). “

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“One religion is propagating heaven world, Another religion expressing soul world, Other one religion is emphasizing hell world, Don’t believe the information which is gather through five senses, Understanding the body and mind within you is understanding of sacred life”

―Siddharth Wadennavar

“Within the Religion, Within the Caste, Within the Sect, The Clashes has happened from earlier centuries to till date, This will not end, till the end of existence of belief system, Change can possible only by Spirituality and Meditation “

―Siddharth Wadennavar

The birth date of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, 5 September 1888, has been celebrated as Teacher’s Day.
When he became the President of India, some of his Students and Friends requested him to allow them to his birthday on 5 September. He replied, “Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5th is observed as Teacher’s Day.” since 1962 his birthday has been celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India.

Traditional and Vedic Teacher’s Day festival is on Guru Purnima according to Indian Calendar, a festival dedicated to Spiritual and academic teachers. This festival is traditionally celebrated by Buddhists, Jains, and Hindus in India and Nepal, to pay their respect to their teachers and express their gratitude.
Thanks Teachers for making my world so Perfect

―Siddharth Wadennavar

Understating the History about LORD GANESHA is must LORD GANESHA emerged as distance deity in the 4th and 5th centuries AD, during the Cupta period. His image is found throughout India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal

LORD GANESHA is one of the best known and most worshiped deities in the Hindu pantheon. Devotion to LORD GANESHA is widely diffused and extends to Jains and Buddhists

LORD GANESHA festival is became a major social and public event with sponsorship of Shivaji Emperor after Mughal-Marath wars

In 1892, when the Bhausaheb Laxman Javale installed first sarvajanik LORD GANESHA idol in pune

In 1893, the India freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak praised the celebration of sarvajanik LORD GANESHA utsav in his newspaper, Kesari and dedicated his effort to launch the annual domestic festival into a large well.

Organised public event
Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all my comrades

―Siddharth Wadennavar