Rajput Special – Rathaur..




R – Rakshaa aapno dharm
A – Agni aapni laaj
J – Jay aapno maksad
P – Prahaar aapno swaroop
U – Unnati aapni dhaal

T – Talwaar aapno shastra

  • राजपूतों की ऐसी कहानी है , कि राजपूत ही राजपूत कि निशानी है lRajput
  • हम जब आये तो तुमको एहसास था , कि कोई एक शेर मेरे पास था ll
  • हम गरम खून के उबाल हैं , प्यासी नदियों की चाल हैं , l
  • हमारी गर्जना विन्ध्य पर्वतों से टकराती है और हिमालय की चोटी तक जाती है ll
  • हम थक कर बैठेने वाले रड बांकुर नहीं ठाकुर हैं …. l
  • गर्व है हमें जिस माँ के पूत हैं , जीतो क्यूंकि हम राजपूत हैं ll
  • हम मृतयु वरन करने वाले जब जब हथियार उठाते हैं l
  • तब पानी से नहीं शोनीत से अपनी प्यास बुझाते हैं ll
  • हम राजपूत वीरो का जब सोया अभिमान जगता हैं l
  • तब महाकाल भी चरणों पे प्राणों की भीख मांगताहैं ll

Duniya ko Rajputon se bahut gile hai
Kyoki unhe Rajputon se dard or jhakham hi
mile hai
Lekin Rajput bhi kya karte unhe hatyar virasat
me mile hai

Uttha ke talwar jab ghode par swaar hote hai
Bandh ke saffa jab hum tyar hote hai
Dekhti hai duniya chhat pe chad kar
Aur kheti hai kaas hum bhi Rajput hote

Talwaaro ne hai Likha Afsana ,
Sab Gaate hai Jo Taraana ,
Sab Rajputo ka hai Thikana ,
Aisa Hai Hamara Rajputana ,

Jindgi ki asli udan abhi baki hai

Apne irado ka imtihan abhi baki hai
Napi hai muthi bhar jameen
Abhi to sara asmaan baki hai
Jindagi to Rajput jiya karte hain
Diggajon ko pachad kar raj kiya karte hain
Kon rakhta he kisi ke sir par taj
Rajput to aapna rajtilak swayam apnai rakt sai
kiya karte hai

By: Harendra Singh Rajput (Rathaur)


Meaning of Rajput

Rajputशूरबाहूषु लोकोऽयं लम्बते पुत्रवत् सदा । तस्मात् सर्वास्ववस्थासु शूरः सम्मानमर्हित।। न िह शौर्यात् परं िकंचित् ित्रलोकेषु िवधते। शूरः सर्वं पालयित सर्वं शूरे पर्ितिष्ठतम् ।। Arms of the brave (kshatriya) always support and sustain the people like (a father his) son. A brave (kshatriya) is, for this reason, honoured by all, in all situations. There is nothing in all the three worlds, which is beyond (the reach of) bravery. Brave (kshatriya) sustains all, and all depend upon the brave. (Mahabharata, Shanti Parva, 99. 17-18) Rajput, (Sanskrit: raja-putra: “son of a king”) is a hindu kshatriya caste. The Rajputs trace their origins to the ancient Kshatriya dynasties of India. It is estimated that currently there are 12 million Rajputs. Attn: For Low Bandwidth Version of this page please click here Rajput. Also if Hindi fonts are not rendering correctly on your computer please click here Enabling complex text support for Indic scripts

HarendraSingh Rajput -(Rathaur)- History of Rathaurs

The Rathore is a Rajputs clan of India. Their Kuldevi is Nagnechiya Maa. Rathore are originally from Kannauj in Uttar pradesh. This clan inhabits Marwar and Jangladesh regions of western Rajasthan, Idar state of Gujarat. Chhapra, Sheohar (a village called tariyani Chapra also has a large number of Rathore Rajputs, migrated from Jaipur. There is a small number of Rathores in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar.They have inhabited 60 villages in Kaimur and Buxar district of Bihar. In the punjab, Rathores inhabit over 20 villages. Current Demographics In India, their native languages are Hindi and its dialects (such as Rajasthani, Marwari and other languages of Rajasthan, Gujarati and Kutchi in Gujarat, as well as Punjabi in the Punjab, a dialect of Punjabi called Rathi spoken in Ratia and Tohana in present day Haryana derives its name from the Rathore clan that held sway in this area uttarpradesh(Basti-60 km from ayodhaya),rathore have 10 village madhwapur umra, dasiya daulatpur karma gandhariya kusma, basdiha , kusmahiya ,madhopur these rathores are prevailing in that area and speak awadhi language. Dynasties belonging to this clan ruled a number of kingdoms and princely states in Rajasthan and neighbouring states before India’s independence in 1947. The largest and oldest among these was Jodhpur, in Marwar and Bikaner. Also the Idar State in Gujrat. Apart from Idar many of the Rathods had migrated to the different parts of Gujarat and one of them is Lunavada State (Currently in Panchmahals District of Gujarat.) Kanesar is one of the village in Lunawada State containing Rathods as a major population. The Maharaja of Jodhpur, is regarded as the head of the extended Rathore clan of Hindu Rajputs. Even in the modern times the clout of this clan in the democratic world is such that a large number of MLAs and MPs have been elected from among them. [edit] Early history The Mehrangarh fort, Jodhpur Based on “khyats” (traditional accounts) written in seventeenth century, it is surmised that the Rathores and Rathods were originally feudatories of the Ujjaini-based Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty, and may perhaps have been domiciled in the vicinity of Kannauj in the heyday of that dynasty. Pratihara-ruled Kannauj was sacked by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1019 CE, which ushered in a chaotic period for that area. A family known to us as the “Gahadvala” dynasty gained control of Kannauj and ruled for nearly a century; their best-known dynast was Raja Jaichand, their last king. The Gahadvalas were displaced from Kannauj by the invasion, in 1194 CE, of Muhammad of Ghor. It is said that Sheoji, a surviving grandson of Jaichand, made his way into the western desert with a group of faithful followers, finally settling in the town of Pali in Marwar, which was ruled by another branch of the Pratiharas. Sheoji is regarded as the patriarch of the entire Rathore clan and all Rathores and Rathods trace their patrilineage back to him. The tradition finds supports from a number of inscriptions found in the vicinity of Kannauj that mention several generations of a Rashtrakuta dynasty ruling there for two centuries. A very similar account is also mentioned in the “Rashtrayudha Kavya” of Rudrakavi, finished in 1595, who was the court poet in the court of the Rathore king, Narayana of Mayurgiri. [edit] Marwar and beyond The Rathores gradually spread across Marwar, forming a brotherhood of landowners and village chieftains, loosely bound to each other by ties of clan and caste. An epoch in the history both of Marwar and of the Rathores was marked by Rao Jodha, a warrior who founded a kingdom that grew to encompass all of Marwar. He also founded the city of Jodhpur in 1459, and moved his capital thither from Mandore. One of his sons, Rao Bika, with the help of his brave uncle Rawat Kandhal, established the town of Bikaner in 1488, in the Jangladesh region lying to the north of Marwar; that town was to become the seat of a second major Rathore kingdom. Some of these migrations from Marwar into Gujarat caused changes in language and the spelling of Rathore to Rathod, which is seen in clans present in Gujarat. Rathods of Gujarat trace their history to the city Jodhpur. The various cadet branches of the Rathore clan gradually spread to encompass all of Marwar and later sallied abroad to found states in Central India and Gujarat. At the time of India’s independence in 1947, the princely states ruled by various branches of the Rathore clan included: * Jodhpur (Marwar): Covering the present-day districts of Jodhpur, Pali, Nagaur, Barmer, and Jalor. * Bikaner (Jangladesh): Covering the present-day districts of Bikaner, Churu, Ganganagar and Hanumangarh; * Kishangarh in present-day Rajasthan, founded in 1611 by Raja Kishan Singh, son of Udai Singh of Marwar. * Idar in present-day Gujarat, founded in 1728 or 1729. * Ratlam in present-day Ratlam District of Madhya Pradesh, founded 1651. * Jhabua in present-day Madhya Pradesh * Sitamau in present-day Mandsaur District of Madhya Pradesh, founded 1701 by Raja Kesho Das. * Sailana in present-day Ratlam District of Madhya Pradesh, founded in 1730 by Raja Jai Singh. * Manda in present day uttar pradesh, direct lineage from the younger brother of Raja Jaichand of Kannauj. Former Indian Prime Minister, Raja Bahadur Vishwanath Pratap Singhji was Last King of Manda. * Alirajpur in present-day Madhya Pradesh. * Jobat in present-day Madhya Pradesh. * Gajnod,Kod,and Kumedi presented -day Dhar District(Badnawar) of Madhya Pradesh, founded 1705. * Kashipur in present day Uttarakhand. * Jubbal in present day Himachal Pradesh. * Jasol in present day Barmer district of Rajasthan. * Salempur Junahasa in Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh * Kushalgarh in Banswara district of Rajasthan * Tambesra in Banswara district of Rajasthan [edit] Other Places * Bihar: In the district called Sheohar there is a village called tariyani chapra,,there are lots of rathore rajputs who migrated from rajasthan(Jaipur) * Uttar Pradesh: Rathores in Uttar Pradesh are settled a district called Basti 60 km from Ayodhya there is 10 villages of Rathores called Madhwapur Umra, Dasiya, Karma, Gandhariya,Daulatpur,Kusma,Basdiha etc.They migrated from Jodhpur(Rajasthan) and have lots of relation with chauhans. * Pakistan: After partition of India in 1947, hundreds of Rathore villages became part of Pakistan. Till date, more than one hundred thousand Rathores reside within Pakistan in Sindh, primarily in Tharparkar, Umerkot, Mithi, Mirpurkhas, Sanghar, Hyderabad, and Karachi districts. [edit] Rathore branches in modern times * Living in Punjab region of India : They are settled in Ropar distt near Chandigarh. There are 28 villages of Rathores. * Rathore : Northern Punjab Lahor, JEHLAM, mirpur, muzfrabad and faisalabad pakistan there is about 56000 rathores live in pakistan and AZAD (Independent) KASHMIR. Ropar disst of Punjab and having significant presence in and around Chandigarh. * Living in MP region of INDIA: Rewa, Jabalpur, Indore, Bhopal, Sehore, Betul,ujjain,barnagar and Gwalior. In Chhastishgarh they are found in Raipur,Bilaspur. * In Uttar Pradesh in the district Farrukhabad, Khimsaypur is a Rathore dominated area. In this area, Rathores sometimes call themselves as ‘Rao’ also e.g. Rao Surendra Pratap Singh Rathour Grandson of Rao Baldev Singh. * in bihar in the district vaishali in bidu pur block is a rathore dominated area. [edit] Common Surnames/Subclans of Rathores * Modresa Rathod, living in all parts of India (majorly in Rajasthan, Gujrat & Maharashtra). They are called Modresa Rathod, based on the name of their Kul devi – Ashapuri Modra mataji of the Modra village in Jalore district of Rajastjan. * Gaherwar or Gaharwar, living in UP region mainly belonging to three dynasties of Dahia, Manda, and Vijaypur-Kantit. They were called Rathore when they migrated to Rajsthan. Large number in UK and USA. * Bika, Rulers of Bikaner o Bika Rangot, living in Ajeetpura (Hanumangarh District), Sidhmudh (Churu District) and srrounding areas. o Bika Sangot, living in Ajeetpura and the same areas of the Bika Sangot’s. * Banirot, living in Churu District. * Kandhal, living around Ghanau (Churu District). * Jodha, Rulers of Jodhpur, Rajasthan * Sohar, Descendent of Rao Shobhit ji Rathore * Jaitawat, living around pali, descendent of rao Jaitaji Rathore * Balawat , Jagirs located majorly in Barmer, Kota and Jalore districts Mokalsar Mandavala Nimblana Posana Bhanwarajadi * Kotriya-living around Kotra,Hathi singh ka gaw,Biyar,and Shiv (Barmer)Kotriya son of Rawal Mallinath (oldest son of rao salkha 1357-1374 A.D.) [Rulers of Kotra] * Barmera-liveing around barmer[rulers of Barmer] * pokarna-liveing around pokran * Champawat, Living around Pokaran,Peelwa,Jodhpur & Pali * Udawat, Living around Pali * Medatiya (Ruler of Medata)living largely in Nagaur, Pali,Mewar,Jodhpur district Rajasthan * Sindhal, living around jalor & pali.Kaonla * Kumpawat, * Bidawat, living around Bidasar Churu * Jodha Ratansinghot [Rulers of Ratlam] * Rawatot, living around Rawatsar * Karamsot, living around Khinvsar Nagaur and Bikaner * Karnot the clan of Durgadas Rathore * Taga Rathore, Descendent of Pratihar * Jaitmalot – The royal house hold of Banol&dhansa nagari jalore. * Routray – Living in Gurujanga near Puri migrated from Rajasthan in 1805 * Uttarpradesh-rathores in eastern U.P who said to have descends of Rao jodha use RAO as their surname instead of rathores e.g. siddharth rao ,said to be from suryavansh..Some of the desecendent of Rao jodha settled in eastern U.P.(KHIMSAYPUR is a famous place of rathour’s in farrukhabad district) They use Rao word as sir name instead of Rathour.eg rao praduymn singh rathour s/o rao surender pratap singh rathour. * Himachal- About 1500 Rathor’s living in Sundernagar in Himachal. * Nadahar, descended from Nadar Ali Khan/Rao Amar Singh Rathore from Sodawas who converted to islam and his household moved to pakistan.

દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?

દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?

દિલ પૂછે છે મારું…..

દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?
જરાક તો નજર નાખ, સામે કબર દેખાય છે.

ના વ્યવહાર સચવાય છે, ના તહેવાર સચવાય છે.
દિવાળી હોય કે હોળી બધું ઓફીસ માજ ઉજવાય છે.
આ બધું તો ઠીક હતું પણ હદ તો ત્યાં થાય છે
લગ્ન ની મળે કંકોતરી ત્યાં શ્રીમંત માં માંડ જવાય છે.
દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?……

પાંચ આકડા ના પગાર છે, પણ પોતાના માટે પાંચ મિનીટ પણ ક્યાં વપરાય છે.
પત્ની નો ફોન બે મિનીટ માં કાપીએ પણ ક્લાયન્ટ નો કોલ ક્યાં કપાય છે.
ફોન બુક ભરી છે મિત્રો થી પણ કોઈનાય ઘરે ક્યાં જવાય છે.
હવે તો ઘરના પ્રસંગો પણ હાફ-ડે માં ઉજયાવ છે.
દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?……

કોઈને ખબર નથી આ રસ્તો ક્યાં જાય છે.
થાકેલા છે બધા છતા, લોકો ચાલતા જ જાય છે.
કોઈક ને સામે રૂપિયા તો કોઈક ને ડોલર દેખાય છે.
તમે જ કહો મિત્રો શું આને જ જીંદગી કહેવાય છે?
દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?……

બદલતા આ પ્રવાહ માં આપણાં સંસ્કાર ધોવાય છે.
આવનારી પેઢી પૂછશે સંસ્કૃતિ કોને કહેવાય છે.
એક વાર તો દિલ ને સાંભળો, બાકી મન તો કાયમ મુન્જાય છે.
ચાલો જલ્દી નિર્ણય લઈએ મને હજુય સમય બાકી દેખાય છે.

દિલ પૂછે છે મારું, અરે દોસ્ત તું ક્યાં જાય છે?
જરાક તો નજર નાખ, સામે કબર દેખાય છે.

About Diwali Festival

Diwali, the festival of lights, is perhaps one of the more celebrated festivals in India. Also known as Deepavali, it is celebrated for five days with a different puja each day. The first day is set aside to worship Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. Houses are thoroughly cleaned and windows are kept open to welcome Lakshmi.

On the second day, Kali, the Goddess of strength, is worshipped in hopes of eradicating laziness and evil.

The third day would be the last day in the lunar calendar. On this day, houses are decorated with rows of lamps or diyas. The lamps symbolise knowledge to use each day purposefully.

The fourth day would be the first day of the lunar year. All old business accounts are settled on this day. New books are opened and worshipped in a special ceremony and a puja for the removal of anger, hatred and jealousy is also performed.

The final day is to celebrated in remembrance of an ancient king, Balipratipada, who was known to be very generous. Thus, the focus of this day is to see good in others, including enemies. On the whole, it symbolises the victory of rightousness over spiritual darkness. This festival also commemorates Lord Rama’s return to his kingdom Ayodhya after completing his 14-year exile.

Diwali is a time for family get togethers, decorating homes, distributing sweets and bursting fire crackers. Legends of Diwali: There are several popular and interesting legends related to the joyous festival of Diwali. One may notice that the legends of Diwali differ in different parts of the country and so does the reasons for Diwali celebration. But everywhere Diwali symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Legend of Lord Ram According to a popular legend in North India, Diwali marks the day when Lord Ram – the revered Hindu God, was crowned as the King of Ayodhya. Ram returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile with wife Sita, brother Laxman and devotee Hanuman. The exile was pronounced on Ram by father Dashrath on the persistence of queen Kaikayi. During the period of exile Ram performed many good deeds for the benefit of mankind and also slayed the demon Kind Ravana who abducted Sita. When Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya everybody in the Kingdom was happy. To express their joy and jubilation people decorated their houses with flowers and garlands. They also lighted diyas and burnt crackers to mark the victory of good over evil. This tradition of lighting diyas and bursting crackers is being carried out since then on the occasion of Diwali. History and folklore of Halloween: Diwali (also called Deepavali) is a major Hindu festival. Known as the “Festival of Lights,” it symbolises the victory of good over evil, and lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for mankind. Celebrations focus on lights and lamps, particularly traditional diyas (as illustrated). Fireworks are associated with the festival in some regions of the country.

Deepavali is celebrated for five consecutive days in the Hindu month of Ashwayuja. It usually occurs in October/November, and is one of the most popular and eagerly awaited festivals of India. Hindus, Jains and Sikhs alike regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen family and social relationships. For Jains it is one of the most important festivals, and beginning of the Jain year. It is also a significant festival for the Sikh faith. Dates in various calendars: The date of Diwali is based on the Hindu calendar, which has solar sidereal years and lunar months. Although the festival is worshipped on exactly the same set of days across India, it falls in different months depending on the version of the Hindu calendar being used in the given region. The Amanta (“ending on the no-moon”) version of the Hindu Calendar has been adopted as the Indian national calendar.

According to this calendar, which is prevalent in southern India and Maharashtra, deepavali falls in the middle of the month of Ashwayuja. According to the Purnimanta (“ending on the full-moon”) version prevalent in northern India, the 5-day celebration is spread over the last three days of the month of Ashwayuja and the first two days of the new month of Kartika. According to this calendar, the festival of Deepavali marks the new year’s day of this calendar and is therefore an especially significant festival. In the Gregorian calendar, it falls generally in the months of October or November.

In 2005, the new moon day which is the third and most important day of the festival fell on November 1. In 2006, it will be celebrated on October 21 (Saturday). Significance in Hinduism: The festival marks the victory of good over evil. The Sanskrit word Deepavali means array of lights that stands for victory of brightness over darkness. As the knowledge of Sanskrit diminished, the name was popularly modified to Diwali, especially in northern India. On the day of Diwali, many wear new clothes, share sweets and light firecrackers. The North Indian business community usually starts their financial new year on Diwali and new account books are opened on this day.

Hindus find cause to celebrate this festival for different reasons: * As per sacred texts, according to Skandha Purana, the goddess Shakti observed 21 days of austerity starting from ashtami of shukla paksha (waxing period of moon) to get half part of the body of Lord Shiva. This vrata is known as kedhara vrata. Deepavali is the completion day of this austerity. This is the day Lord Shiva accepted Shakti into the left half of the form and appeared as Ardhanarishvara. The ardent devotees observe this 21 days vrata by making a kalasha with 21 threads on it and 21 types of offerings for 35 days. The final day is celebrated as kedhara gauri vrata. Children lighting lamps in the form of swastika on eve of diwali Enlarge Children lighting lamps in the form of swastika on eve of diwali * Diwali also celebrates the return of the Lord Rama, King of Ayodhya, his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana to Ayodhya from a war in which he killed the demon king Ravana. It is believed that the people lit oil lamps along the way to light their path in the darkness. In North India, the festival is held on the final day of the Vikram calendar. The following day marks the beginning of the North Indian new year, and is called Annakut. * It commemorates the killing of Narakasura, an evil demon who created havoc, by Lord Krishna’s wife Sathyabhama. This happened in the Dwapara Yuga during this time of Lord Krishna’s avatar. In another version, the demon was killed by Lord Krishna himself.

In South India, Diwali does not coincide with the beginning of a new year as South Indians follow a different calendar, the Shalivahana calendar. * In Bhavishyottara and Bramhavaivarta Purana, Diwali is associated with the Daitya king Bali, who is allowed to return to earth once a year. Diwali in other parts of the world: Diwali is celebrated in various parts of the world, in countries such as Britain, The Netherlands, Suriname, Canada, Guyana, Mauritius, Fiji, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Australia, much of Africa, and the United States.[2] With more and more Indians now migrating to various parts of the world, the number of countries where Diwali is celebrated has been gradually increasing. While in some countries it is celebrated mainly by Indian expatriates, in others it has become part of the general local culture. In most of these countries Diwali is celebrated on the same lines as described in this article with some minor variations. Some important variations are worth mentioning.

In Malaysia, Diwali is known as “Hari Deepavali,” and is celebrated during the seventh month of the Hindu solar calendar. It is a federal public holiday. In many respects it resembles the traditions followed in the Indian subcontinent. In Nepal, Diwali is known as Tihar and celebrated during the October/November period. Here, though the festival is celebrated for five days, the traditions vary from those followed in India. On the first day, cows are given offerings, in appreciation of the food they have given and agricultural work they have performed.. On the second day, dogs and all living animals are revered and offered special food. On the third day, celebrations follow the same pattern as in India, with lights and lamps and much social activity. On the fourth day Yama, the Lord of Death, is worshipped and appeased. On the fifth and final day, brothers and sisters meet and exchange pleasantries. Diwali is celebrated in the Caribbean Islands as well. Especially in Trinidad and Tobago, Diwali is marked as a special occasion and celebrated with much fanfare. It is observed as a national holiday in this part of the world and some Ministers of the Government also take part in the celebrations publicly. —

” ॐ असतो मा सद् गमय तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय मृत्योर्मामृतं गमय । ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥ ”

what is Life….?

Start my life kite.. with one question…
What is life ?
My answer is what we think that is predefind…. we live,eat,sleep is not a life….next coming soon


Hello Freinds,

Read This story and tell me how it is ?

Three Friends…

In one of the Kingdoms, there lived a person named John who had committed few petty crimes, for which the King summoned him to his court for trial. John was very much worried & fearful and hence he wanted somebody to accompany him to the court and hence he approached three of his close associates / friends.

The First friend refused fearing any consequences which can be enforced on him; John disgusted with his reply approached his second friend.

The Second friend with a little bit of hesitation accepted that he will come with him till the entrance of the court only. John declined his support since he thought that, what use will his friend be if he is coming only till the entrance which will no way help him and hence approached his Third friend.

Third friend without any hesitation accepted his request and accompanied him not only till the court but also spoke in support of his friend John & freed him from the clutches of the Kings Trial.

The moral:

The first friend is your MONEY, which means to say that he will not support you or come with you till your end

The Second friend is our RELATIVES – they too cannot help in full but they may max accompany us till the burial ground.

The Third friend is our GOOD DEEDS which will accompany us till the end and there after it will further release us from all sorts of problems / bondages of life cycles also.


So Let’s all begin the cycle of GOOD DEEDS to one another selflessly, so that we get released from the cycle of Birth and Death & gain entry easily in Heaven after this life.
Let us all rise above our fights & squabbles and take the mighty plunge into good deeds.

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