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Marriage Stopped at Last moment in Patiala ; Family members of Groom found to be Corona Positive ! – A PATIALVI VLOGGER NEWS || || BEST BLOG PAGE IN PATIALA ||

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From : Patiala
Day : 17 June 2020

Fearing the spread of coronavirus, Patiala health department here on Tuesday, deferred a marriage because two members of the groom’s family had tested positive for the coronavirus, and the groom was home quarantined as a high-risk contact

The two family members of Groom – his brother and aunt had tested positive on Sunday and marriage was stopped today by Health Department Patiala .
The Groom is resident of Ghuman Nagar Patiala .
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FROM : PATIALA
TIME : 16:22
Once again popular Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh better known as Sidhu Moosewala came into a controversy. After his live session, few controversies have been created. Today, Patiala Media Club has filed a complaint against controversial singer Shubhdeep Singh for allegedly threatening the media for writing against him and also for using highly rude speech against the journalist fraternity.

The complaint was handed over to SSP Mandeep Singh Sidhu, who has assured of a thorough investigation into the case

“The singer has even asked his supporters to harsh media persons. In a live video, viral on social media, he took names of some media organizations and said that he is least bothered about writings and news against him. He has used highly offensive language against the fraternity and said that they should be cautious in future if they write it air any news against him 
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THAPAR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY RANKS AT 51 ALL OVER INDIA – A PATIALVI VLOGGER REPORT || PATIALVI VLOGGER || BEST BLOG PAGE IN PATIALA ||

DATE : 15 JUNE 2020

Thapar Institute of Technology and Engineering has bagged overall 51st rank in the National Institute Ranking Framework ( NIRF ) issued by Human Resource Development on Thursday. The institute is second in the state following the Indian Institute of Technology in Ropar which has got the 39th rank all over India.
 
Rajiv Gandhi University of Law situated in Patiala ranks at 10 among all top Law Universities in India. 

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Effect of LockDown on the middle class – A brief analysis by PV Blogs || Covid Outbreak in Patiala | PV Blogs

DATE : 12 JUNE 2020

FROM : PATIALA
ARTCLE : 1
5000 PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS HAVE BEEN MOVED TO GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS SINCE APRIL 2020 

REASON BEHIND THIS: Diminished income, high fees and private schools’ orders seeking fee during lockdown are the main reasons behind this trend.

With people’s income drying up amid the Covid-19 pandemic, around 6,000 students who had been studying at private schools have now transferred to government schools for the 2020-21 academic session in Patiala. Around 5,000 students transferred to government establishments after April 1 say education department officials.

An official at the education department requesting anonymity said, “Diminished income, high fee and private schools’ orders seeking fee during lockdown are the main reason behind this trend.”

As per district education department records, 6,178 students from private schools have enrolled in government schools for the upcoming academic session.

Of the 6,178 students, 1,587 students were admitted to pre-primary classes; 1,389 to Class 1; 1,002 to Class 2; 850 to Class 3; 698 to Class 4; and 652 to Class 5

‘LOWER-MIDDLE CLASS WORST AFFECTED’

Patiala-based mathematics teacher Gagandeep Singh says, “The lower middle class has been one of the worst affected sections. People’s incomes have reduced, some of them have been laid off, some have faced salary cuts while others are out of work.”

“Meanwhile, private schools have been asking parents to deposit school fee, which has compelled parents to shift their children to government schools. Besides, government schools’ infrastructure has also improved over the last few years,” he said.

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The turban is seen as a symbol of faith, honor, self-respect, courage, spirituality and piety in Sikh culture. Even the Guru Granth Sahib Ji has outlined the importance of the turban in Sikh life: Let living in his presence with mind rid if impurities, by your discipline. Keep the God given form intact with a turban donned in your head, Guru Granth Sahib Ji, P-1084, line-22.

Once you wear a Pagg, it becomes part of you and is no longer a piece of cloth. If you remove someones Pagg off his head, it is considered as equal as to taking his pride and respect away from him. The dignity of the Pagg for the Sikh soldiers was so much that they fought the World War I and World War II with their Paggs on because they refused to wear helmets. The Pagg is so dear to the Sikh that if two friends swap their Pagg, they are said to be friends for life.

Though there are many famous and distinctive types of Pagg. One of them is the Patiala Shahi Pagg. Over time with cross migration of Sikh from Punjab, and abroad the Patiala, Pagg has evolved. The style has been affected, but, the Patiala Shahi Pagg is still considered as an art form. The Patiala Paag is known to be capturing the care-free spirit as the larhs (layers), on both sides do not require to be worn neatly or in a distinguished manner. The Patiala Pagg suits better on broad faces and sharp features with ethnic characteristics.

It was during the Reign of Maharaja Rajinder Singh that the Patiala Shahi Pagg took its final shape and light color selection. The state colors of the Patiala Pagg are light Pink and lemon. In fact, at times the color of the Pagg use to let you know which festival is going on. During Dusehra, the tarbuzi (watermelon) color was worn and the dhani (dark green) to mark the muslim mourning at Moharram,. Though the art of how to get the right colors of the Patiala Pagg is fading as very few traditional artists ply the trade now in the region, still there are few neelgars (dyers), who truly know how to get the colors right.

The Pagg has a round look with its rear being flat. The perfect triangular effect with the fifty (a band of cloth worn under the turban, the color usually matches) is given by depressing the cloth by the thumb on the forehead. Other requisites of the turban is a seven-and-a-half meter cloth, usually F-74 mal-mal fabric, which is cut in half and sewn together to get double the width. Little starch and a twist in the last lardh (layer)

 That is why the Sikh men proudly Pagg nal uchi sadi shaan jag te. Kita Pagg ne hi ucha sada maan jag tae (Pagg has made our pride high in the world. Pagg has given us high respect in the world.

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The history and origin of The Patiala peg | History, quantity and Story | The PV Special #5 | Patialvi Vlogger

The Patiala peg | History, quantity and Story | The PV Special #5 | Patialvi Vlogger 

Stretching before India could likewise imagine launching a complete moon mission, it possibly made the most notable benefaction to the world. It is something so intoxicating, one sort of effort at contempt does not endure a chance, for it has the strength to tease even the biggest of the hotshots and the courage to bring the most transcendent of the cocktails to its paws. Meet the Patiala Peg! Whenever we go to any wedding we can observe people grooving on a song entitled Patiala Peg by Diljit. Following this song, many questions have been raised in the minds of people so this whole narrative is going to be the reply to your questions.

Patiala Peg is a defined drink of whisky in which the quantity of whiskey is determined on the basis of height separating the top of the index and base of the last little fingers parallel to each other, opposite the side of regular 26.5OZ glass bott. The peg also portrays the royalty of people living in North India and it is an effort to represent a sign of “power and masculinity”.The approximate size of Patiala Peg is 120ml or four small and two large drinks in simple terms. The picture given below depicts the size of Patiala Peg 

The Patiala peg | History, quantity and Story | The PV Special #5 | Patialvi Vlogger 


The personality who introduced Peg is one of the most famous kings of Punjab who is especially known for his lavish and luxurious life. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh is the personage who introduced the  Patiala Peg. Bhupinder Singh is also the exultant owner of the Patiala necklace and is known for his connections with the most powerful leaders in the world like Adolf Hitler (You can read that article here ). It is supposed that he had 365 women ( queens as well as concubines ) in his palace. He is also the founder of the State bank of Patiala and he fancied a King life-size

 

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Now the beginning of Patiala peg is from an exciting real story of Maharaja’s polo team. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala had a Polo team, which was winning during his reign. Members of his army consisted of traditional warriors of Punjab. Their popular pastime was skull pegging. The heads of their enemies buried nearly into the ground, they lifted the skulls by pegging them with their spears as they rode their horses, rider, and horse intoxicated with ‘bhang’. The cultured version of the game came to be recognized as ‘Tent Pegging’. It was a fearsome Maharaja’s handsome reward for a fine performance and dire punishment for the loser that made the Patiala team world tent-pegging champions. It was in the Patiala’s attitude to invite the ‘Viceroys Pride’, for a friendly battle in the Maharajas township.

 

HISTORY OF PATIALA PEG IN PUNJABI, PATIALA PEG WHISKEY PRICE IN PUNJAB | PATIALA PEG WHISKEY BOTTLE ||


The ‘Viceroys Pride’, all were Irish men, powerful in their march, were the aggregates that would drink till the night’s end and were still capable and cool to walk perfectly.                                                                   

When the ‘Viceroys Pride’ entered Patiala for a friendly match battle, the Patiala’s team felt anxious and feared that if they lost the tournament, it would be their head on which there Maharaja would peg his highway. So a scheme was planned.
 
On the evening ere the appointment, the ‘Viceroys Pride ‘ was honored to the pouring of a double standard of whiskey into every peg, later termed as the “Patiala Peg”. In the daytime, they ran into the friendly match of the tent, their heads were heavy and drunken. While they were sipping, the pegs used for tent pegging were replaced with shorter ones for the ‘Viceroys Pride’ and the larger ones for the hometown team. The main purpose of the plot was to defeat the match.

Furious by the loss, the political representative of the viceroy went up to the maharaja to complain. The maharaja replied ” Yess, in Patiala our pegs are larger.

This was the whole episode that introduced and gave start to the one and only Patiala Peg. Some pictures are attached below which also gives context to Maharaja’s Grandson and His political achievement with the Patiala Peg.

 

SIZE OF PATIALA PEG IN ML | HISTORY OF PATIALA PEG IN HINDI | PV BLOGS

 You can also listen to the song – Patiala peg by Diljeet Dosanjh


 

Baradari Patiala | The Baradari Gardens Also Known As Lifeline Of Patiala || Patialvi Vlogger || MyPatiala My City || Patialvi Vlogger |

Hello guys welcome to the fresh blog, I am sorry for the little delay in the blog but I was searching about the history of Patiala and I found mysterious things which I will share with you in upcoming blogs.
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Answer: Only freshness and positive content can make us both [ You and Me ] happy.

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So in today’s blog, I am going to share my experience of going daily to the local park which is also known as “Baradari Garden “.
Walking here makes my thinking to the next level. People come daily to spend some quality time like me. I daily observe public activities and they also make my day good. Going to baradari has entered in my daily routine. This is not a bad thing but making out time for this is very tough not only for me but also for other people because in today’s world people running very fast and they are not having time to spend with nature.

The importance of the Baradari garden can be ascertained from its name. This name was formed with two words of Punjabi Bara and Dar. Bara stands for twelve and dar stands for doors. It means a garden with twelve entrances. It was built in a Mughal style in 1876 by Rajinder Singh. Baradari gardens are in the north of Patiala city. It is situated in the outer part of Sheranwala Gate. Baradari gardens were constructed near the Baradari Palace. Baradari Palace was a residence of Emperor Rajinder Singh. He brought rare species of trees and flowers from different places and planted them in this garden. The big fruit trees the Fern House and the Rock Garden show his interest in nature. Another name of Rajinder Kothi is Baradari Kothi because it is situated near the Baradari Garden. Today, the Baradari Palace is a warehouse of important historical documents.

Now there are very few nature lovers left in this world like me , I like the fresh air of the Garden and Day Blooming flowers make me happy .I have clicked some shots there , I hope you will like this.

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Baradari Patiala | The Baradari Gardens Also Known As Lifeline Of Patiala || Patialvi Vlogger || MyPatiala My City || Patialvi Vlogger | 

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