As the famous saying goes - behind every successful man, there's always a woman. But when you are a top-notch cricketer, the woman is generally glamorous. With over a billion fans across the globe, cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world today and the cricketers are no less than gods themselves.
Money has never been a problem for them and of course fame is one thing they all have. And as expected when money and fame get together, one can certainly not miss out on glamour - which is exactly where the wives and girlfriends (WAGs) of the cricket icons come into picture.
Their love stories interests us and the break-ups become the talk of the town. Eye-candy for the shutterbugs as they may seem, but the WAGs surely complete the persona of the popular names in cricket.
After all, everyone knows no sport is a big deal until its players can attract extremely good-looking partners. And, as it turns out, the cricket players can most certainly do that. Here's a look at some of the hottest WAGs who've made the prominent cricketers more famous:
1. Anushka Sharma
Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli became the talk of the town after he was spotted with Bollywood hottie Anushka Sharma. After denying the rumours of the two dating each other, Virat confirmed his relationship with Anushka at the launch of his fashion line in Mumbai in November, 2014.
2. Sania Mirza
The Indian tennis sensation sent shockwaves across the cricket world after she married Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik in 2010. The duo began dating after Sania's wedding with her childhood friend Sohrab Mirza, a millionaire businessman, was called off shortly after their engagement in 2009.
3. Ayesha Mukherjee
India's opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan got engaged to the Melbourne-based Ayesha Mukherjee - an Anglo-British by nationality in 2009. She was introduced to Dhawan by teammate Harbhajan Singh on Facebook. The couple got married in 2012 and have been in the limelight ever since. Before marrying Dhawan, Ayesha was married to an Australian businessman for 10 years. However, due to some personal issues, they got divorced in 2012 and Ayesha got the custody of her two daughters.
4. Mayanti Langer
India's newly-found all-rounder Stuart Binny married the Indian TV sports journalist Mayanti Langer in 2012. Mayanti has hosted many tournaments including Football Cafe on Zee Sports, 2010 FIFA World Cup broadcast on ESPN, 2010 Commonwealth Games, 2011 Cricket World Cup, 2014 Indian Super League and 2015 ICC World Cup.
5. Daniella Anderson
The 38-year-old former model married England seamer James Anderson in 2006. The couple met for the first time in August 2004 at London's Elysium nightclub. The two had their first baby girl, Lola Rose, in 2009 and in 2010, their second daughter Ruby Luxe was born.
6. Jessica Bratich
Australia's fiery seam bowler Mitchell Johnson married his long-time girlfriend Jessica Bratich in Western Australia in 2011. An accomplished sportswoman herself, Bratich won the bronze medal in the 2006 Karate World Championships. The 33-year-old also runs her own accessories business and is mother to three-year-old daughter Rubika.
7. Dipika Pallikal
Indian squash player Dipika Pallikal married Indian cricketer Dinesh Karthik in both traditional Christian and Hindu wedding style in 2015. Pallikal, who became the first Indian squash player to break into the top 10 of the World Squash rankings, has been engaged to Karthik since November 15, 2013. Pallikal had met Karthik after he divorced his first wife and childhood friend Nikita who is now married to Indian Test opener Murali Vijay.
8. Bealey Mitchell
After moving on from his brief relationships with English actress Kacey Barnfield and former Miss England Laura Coleman, England's bowling spearhead Stuart Broad started dating the Zumba dancing teacher Bealey Mitchell. The couple started dating last summer after being introduced by friends on a night out. According to the Mirror, Broad was instantly smitten with the beauty and asked his pals for her number. But since Bealey was in a relationship at that time, the England cricketer was forced to take a step back. And after her split, Bealey tracked Broad down and the two got together.
9. Sakshi Dhoni
India's ODI skipper MS Dhoni married his schoolmate Sakshi Singh Rawat, a native of Dehradun, on 4 July, 2010. The two studied together at the DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir in Shyamali, Ranchi. At the time of their marriage, Sakshi was studying hotel management and was working as a trainee at the Taj Bengal in Kolkata. On 6 February 2015, Dhoni became the proud father of a baby girl named Ziva.
10. Danielle de Villiers
South African batting sensation AB de Villiers married his long-time girlfriend Danielle Swart in 2013. During the IPL 5 in 2012, the right-handed batsman took a break from the cash-rich tournament and proposed Danielle at the Taj Mahal which is the most romantic place on the earth. In June 2015, the two were blessed with a baby boy named 'AB'.
11. Ritika Sajdeh
After dating each other for six years, Mumbai batsman Rohit Sharma proposed his best friend Ritika Sajdeh for marriage on 28 April, 2015. Ritika, a sports manager, is a renowned name in the world of cricket and handles a long list of cricketers including Rohit Sharma. The Mumbai Indians skipper drove his 28-year-old fiance from her Cuffe Parade residence in Mumbai to the Borivali Sports Club and gave her a solitaire ring. The couple got engaged at a private ceremony in Mumbai on 3 June, 2015.
12. Jeanne Kietzmann
South African speedster Dale Steyn has been dating Jeanne Kietzmann since 2007. The couple's romance began when Steyn spotted Kietzmann while she was working in a restaurant in Cape Town. The gorgeous brunette bowled him over. Steyn asked for her number and called her the next day. As they say, the rest is history.
13. Arthi Venkatesh
Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman and son of former Indian cricketer Kris Srikanth, Anirudha Srikkanth married Arthi Venkatesh - an upcoming model in Chennai - in January 2012. Arthi is a typical of the modern Indian girl: fun, whacky and a savvy girl who has a huge fan following multiple social media platforms. The couple live in a 3000-square feet, swank, four-bedroom apartment in Chennai's Abhiramapuram. The plush house is designed by Arthi, who is also a qualified interior decorator.
14. Candice Falzon
Australian opener David Warner married Candice Falzon, a professional ironwoman and a model, in April 2015. The left-handed batsman had proposed Falzon, who was three months pregnant with their daughter Ivy Mae, on their trip to Cape Town in 2014. The couple had their first child on 11 September and on 15 July 2015, the two also announced that they are expecting their second child - another daughter.
15. Sue Erasmus Duminy
After dating each other for two years, South African all-rounder JP Duminy married Sue Erasmus in 2011. Duminy met Erasmus, a part-time model, at a fashion show where she was one of the models showcasing the new Proteas kit. She immediately caught his eye and despite being an introvert JP went across to speak to her. Their reception was held at the luxurious Val de Vie estate near Paarl. Duminy proclaimed his wedding vows in English while Erasmus completed hers in Afrikaans. Later in the evening Duminy switched over to Afrikaans during his speech in order to thank his new in-laws.
16. Lee Furlong Watson
Australian batsman Shane Watson married the stunning Fox News sports presenter Lee Furlong in Killcare Hotel on the NSW Central Coast in 2010. The couple met through common friends in 2006 and since that time they were dating each other. The couple became the proud parents of a baby boy named Will in March 2013 and their second child 'Matilda Victoria' was born in May 2015.
17. Tanya Perera
Sri Lankan bowling legend Lasith Malinga married Tanya Perera on 22 January 2010 in Waters Edge Hotel in Battaramulla. Tanya, a Public Relations manager, met Malinga during an advertising campaign her company was handling for the Sri Lankan star. After interacting during the campaign, the two became good friends and spent a lot of time together. Tanya, who started her career as a banker, is also a specialist ballroom dancer and a good choreographer. The couple is blessed with two kids - a boy and girl.
18. Haley Rich-Bracken
Former Australian bowler Nathan Bracken is to married Haley Rich and the couple has a child named Chase. Haley is a well-known dancer, singer, model and host in Australia. In 2011, she was also voted Mrs International Australia. She was a runner-up in the eleventh season of Australia's popular TV show 'Dancing With The Stars'.
19. Umme Ahmed Shishir
One of the greatest all-rounders to be produced by Bangladesh, Shakib Al Hasan married his 23-year-old American girlfriend Umme Ahmed Shishir on 12 December, 2012. The couple met each other while Shakib was playing county cricket for Worcestershire in England, when Shishir visited England in 2011. Shakib was Bangladesh's most eligible bachelor until he found his love in Shishir, who is currently studying in Minnesota.
There are thousand of criminals around the world including terrorists, killers, drug smugglers, and war criminals etc, in them some are small criminal and some are big. But in world also have most wanted criminals, who are made headache and nightmare to almost countries. A list of such top 10 criminals are-
1. Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera
Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera is a Mexican drug lord who heads the Sinaloa Cartel, a criminal organization named after the Mexican Pacific coast state of Sinaloa where it was formed. Known as "El Chapo Guzmán"he became Mexico's top drug kingpin in 2003 after the arrest of his rival Osiel Cárdenas of the Gulf Cartel, and is considered the "most powerful drug trafficker in the world" by the United States Department of the Treasury. Guzmán was captured in 1993 in Guatemala, extradited and sentenced to 20 years in prison in Mexico for murder and drug trafficking.After bribing prison guards, he was able to escape from a federal maximum-security prison in 2001. He was wanted by the governments of Mexico and the United States, and by INTERPOL. Guzmán was arrested by Mexican authorities in Mexico on February 22, 2014. Guzmán escaped from prison again on July 11, 2015.
2. Dawood Ibrahim
Dawood Ibrahim (born Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar) is the leader of the Indian organised crime syndicate D-Company founded in Mumbai.He is currently on the wanted list of Interpol for cheating, criminal conspiracy and running an organised crime syndicate. According to the United States, Ibrahim maintained close links with al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden. The United States declared Ibrahim a "Specially Designated Global Terrorist" in 2003 and pursued the matter before the United Nations in an attempt to freeze his assets around the world and crack down on his operations.
3. Manuel Marulanda
Pedro Antonio Marín Marín (May 13, 1930- March 26, 2008), known by his "nom de guerre" Manuel Marulanda Vélez, was the main leader of the FARC-EP ("Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia - Ejército del Pueblo"). Marulanda was born in a coffee-growing region of west-central Colombia in the Quindío Department. Marulanda nick name was "Tirofijo". Marulanda himself changed his political and ideological inclinations to the Communist Party (PCC) during "La Violencia". In March 2006, Alberto Gonzales, the Attorney General of the United States, announced in conjunction with Drug Enforcement Administration and United States Department of Justice officials that the US State Department had placed a $5 million reward on Tirofijo's head, or for information leading to his capture. But 'Marulanda' was never apprehended, and died of a heart attack on March 26, 2008. He was replaced as commander-in-chief by Alfonso Cano.
4. Félicien Kabuga
Félicien Kabuga (born 1935) is a Rwandan businessman, accused of bankrolling and participating in the Rwandan Genocide. Kabuga was born in Muniga, in the commune of Mukarange, prefecture of Byumba, Rwanda, roughly 30 kilometres off the Rwanda-Uganda Border. Kabuga was also allegedly heavily involved in the founding and bankrolling of RTLM, as well as Kangura magazine. In 1993, at an RTLM fundraising meeting organised by the MRND, Felicien Kabuga allegedly publicly defined the purpose of RTLM as the defence of Hutu Power. From January 1993 to March 1994, a total of 500,000 machetes were imported into Rwanda, statistically one for every three adult Hutus in the country. Kabuga has been named as one of the main importers of these machetes.
5. Alimzhan Tokhtakhunov
Alimzhan Tursunovich Tokhtakhounov (Born on 1 January 1949 in Tashkent) is a Russian businessman, suspected criminal, and former sportsman. He is accused in relations with organized crime and bribing of figure skating judges in the 2002 Winter Olympics. His nickname is thought to be "Taiwanchik ". In early years he was an amateur football player, playing for junior team of Pakhtakor in some seasons. His attempts to continue his career in CSKA Moscow failed and he soon ceased to play. Tokhtakhounov was twice imprisoned: in 1972 and in 1985 for Parasitism. In early 90's he left Russia and settled in Paris, France. There he was soon accused in committing illegal business deals and smuggling of hardware from Germany. He was also reported having relations with Russian mafia, including ethnic Georgian mobster Tariel Oniani. He is notably close to professional Russian tennis players. For instance, a 2002 article in the Belgium daily La Libre Belgique reported on interviews of Russian players following Tokhtakhounov's arrest in Italy. The United States has a current arrest warrant out for him on fraud-related charges. In 2010, Alimzhan featured in the 2010 documentary Thieves by Law. He lives openly in Russia.In 2013, Tokhtakhunov was charged with running an illegal gambling ring based from the United States.
6. Joseph Kony
Joseph Kony (born August 1961) is the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla groupwhich used to operate in Uganda. Kony proclaims himself the spokesperson of God and a spirit medium and claims he is visited by a multinational host of 13 spirits, including a Chinese phantom. He is considered by some as a cult of personality. Ideologically, the group is a syncretic mix of mysticism, Acholi nationalism, and Christian fundamentalism, and claims to be establishing a theocratic state based on the Ten Commandments and local Acholi tradition. Kony has been accused by government entities of ordering the abduction of children to become sex slaves and child soldiers. Kony was indicted for war crimes and crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, in 2005 but has evaded capture. In 2013 Kony was reported to be in poor health and Michel Djotodia, president of the Central African Republic, claimed he was negotiating with Kony to surrender.
7. Matteo Messina Denaro
Matteo Messina Denaro (born 26 April 1962), also known as Diabolik, is a Sicilian Mafia boss. He got his nickname from the Italian comic book character of the same name. He is considered to be one of the new leaders of Cosa Nostra after the arrest of Bernardo Provenzano on 11 April 2006, and the most powerful after the arrest of Salvatore Lo Piccolo in November of 2007. Matteo Messina Denaro became known nationally on 12 April 2001 when the magazine L'Espresso put him on the cover with the headline: Ecco il nuovo capo della mafia ("Here is the new boss of the Mafia"). He has been a fugitive since 1993 and according to Forbes magazinehe is among the ten most wanted criminals in the world.
8. Al Capone (America):
Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone (January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947) was an American gangster who attained fame during the Prohibition era as the co-founder and boss of the Chicago Outfit. His seven-year reign as crime boss ended when he was 33 years old. Keeping the formula “money is the game” in mind, a boy joined a street gang and later became an epitome of devastation in the United States. He initiated his crime archive with rackets of gambling, extortion, protection and prostitution. His explosive temper made him the boss of American criminal enterprise. He was already showing signs of syphilitic dementia early in his sentence, and he became increasingly debilitated before being released after eight years. On January 25, 1947, Capone died of cardiac arrest after suffering a stroke. Capone's conviction had negligible effect on the prevalence of organized crime in Chicago.
9. Whitey Bulger
James Joseph "Whitey" Bulger, Jr. (born September 3, 1929) is an Irish-American convicted murderer and a former organized crime boss of the Boston Irish Mob crew known as the Winter Hill Gang. Bulger is the brother of William "Billy" Bulger, former President of the Massachusetts Senate.Bulger served as an informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) beginning in 1975, according to the FBI. Bulger denies this. However, as a result, the Bureau largely ignored his organization in exchange for information about the inner workings of the rival of the Winter Hill Gang & Flanagan Gang, the Italian American Patriarca crime family. Bulger fled Boston and went into hiding on December 23, 1994, after being tipped off by his former FBI handler about a pending indictment under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). For 12 of those years, Bulger was on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. On June 22, 2011, Bulger was arrested outside an apartment in Santa Monica, California. Bulger was 81 years old at the time of his arrest.Bulger did not seek bail and remained in custody at the Plymouth County House of Correction in Plymouth, Massachusetts. On June 12, 2013, Bulger went on trial for 32 counts of racketeering, money laundering, extortion, and weapons charges, including his complicity in 19 murders. On November 14, 2013, Bulger was sentenced to two consecutive life terms plus five years for his crimes by U.S. District Judge Denise Casper. Bulger is now inmate number 02182-748 currently incarcerated for life at the United States Penitentiary Coleman II in Sumterville, Florida.
10. Omid Tahvili
Omid Tahvili, (born on 31 October 1970, in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian-Canadian gangster who is the kingpin of an organized crime family in Canada which is connected to various international crime organizations.In April 2008, Forbes.com, after consulting with law enforcement agencies around the world, listed him as one of the world's ten most wanted fugitives.
"Google is 'very committed' to Chrome OS after Android merger".
The end of the humble Chrome book may just be near, or is it? Chromebooks -- perhaps the one and only high-profile nest for Google's in-house Chrome OS -- may be on their way out, and Android OS has got a lot to do with it. A new report suggests that Google is planning to go all out for Android laptops and PCs, over Chrome books (that run Chrome OS). Apparently, the Pixel C is in fact the first signs for the things to come.
Google launches Pixel C flagship Android tablet with USB Type-C
"Starting next year, the company will work with partners to build personal computers that run on Android," says Recode , citing industry sources. But, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Google's switch to Android as a more preferred platform to run its upcoming laptops will see Chromebooks facing the heat in the longer run. Survival of the fittest, anyone?
It's not that Google's fascination with Android is new. It is after all its OS supreme when it comes to mobile computing, something that is growing stronger each day. And, Google under newly appointed CEO Sundar Pichai is all about embracing that change. It has to adapt, and it has to do so with immediate effect. And if Google's past track record is to be gone by, the company doesn't mind scrapping an odd project or two if these don't meet its numbers.
But rumors of the eventual merger have persisted for years, not helped by Google initiatives like getting Android apps to run on Chrome, or the new Android-powered Pixel C laptop/tablet hybrid. And, well, back in 2009 Google co-founder Sergey Brin himself said that Chrome OS and Android would "likely converge over time." So while Chrome OS may continue to live on, it seems probable that next year will see Google's computing ambitions rely more on Android than ever before.
The report adds that the Chrome browser and Chrome OS will not die, but the same cannot be said about Chrome books.
Google is planning a major reshuffle which will see the company merging Android and Chome OS into one stand-alone OS sometime in 2017, suggests a Wall Street Journal Report .
So, when SVP Android, Chromecast and Chrome OS at Google, Hiroshi Lockheimer (who is successor to CEO Sundar Pichai) says that "there's still a ton of momentum for Chromebooks and we are very committed to Chrome OS. I just bought two for my kids for schoolwork!" we are not sure how long that momentum would last.
Android is in every nook and corner. And, when Google gives OEMs (and app developers) an option to use it in full blow across its laptops and PCs, things may not be so rosy for Chrome OS, even if it is an alternative they have.
Chromebooks only account for less than 3% of PCs sold worldwide according to an IDC survey. Developers in that case will surely want to cash in on an OS that is a crowd puller and a money maker.
Google cannot entirely kill Chrome OS (and Chromebooks for that matter) if you look at it practically. Android -- as popular as it may be -- still suffers from nagging security issues since it has to go to carriers and device makers to push out updates at the end of the day. Chrome OS in practice is more secure and reliable. So, there are chances that Google may not completely ditch Chrome OS, albeit slim these chances are. Maybe after the transition, we may see Chromebooks with a different name or something. You never know.
Karva Chauth in Present
Karwa Chauth is a occasion which has been inspiring Indian women for years and has been a emotional nucleus for many marriages. In present day, the concept and form of this festival has taken a great change.
When this ritual of celebrating Karwa Chauth started, the wife was dependent on the husband and this was one way of showing love and expressing gratitude. But today, in most cases, the wife is working and is no longer financially dependent on the husband. Stating the above, I would still like to believe in the emotion behind the fast and feel that though times have changed this festival has still kept the tradition of wife's undaunted love for her husband alive. In modern society and with high tech life style, we are losing small moments of happiness in relationships. This festival is one way to bring two loving hearts together and reminding each other that marriages are made in heaven but hearts beat on earth.
So all you busy husbands and wife, please find time to wish each other 'Happy Karwa Chauth' and celebrate the beautiful bond which God created. Make your partner feel wanted and get away from the myth that Karwa Chauth is only for women.
Karva Chauth Day
It is heartening to know that Hindus have always believed in worshiping the Male and Female aspect of God together and that Sri Ram was a staunch devoted husband. Not only that, one says Seeta Ram and Radha Krishna and as one can see the female name gets precedence.
Karva Chauth Day falls on the 4th day of the Kartik month every year. On this day it is customary for the wife to fast the whole day. She does not drink water either. She paints her hands and feet with henna, dresses generally in red apparel and on her hair parting she smears vermilion powder. All the above is the 'Shringar' of a bride.
A lady called Veeravati broke her fast and her husband died. She preserved the body of her husband and he came back to life the next Karva Chauth. It is believed that a Pati-Vrat woman has the power to confront the God of Death, Yama. This Karva Chauth fast is undertaken by the wife, so that the husband enjoys a long and prosperous life.
The story of Karva is well known. Her husband was caught by a crocodile. Karva bound the crocodile with a cotton yarn. She then asked Yama to send the crocodile to hell. Yama refused. Karva threatened to curse Yama. Yama, afraid of being cursed by Pati-vrat (devoted) wife, sent the crocodile to hell. Karva and her husband enjoyed many years of wedded bliss. The fact that Yama was afraid of being cursed by a devoted wife showed the power a good faithful woman!
Maybe you have heard the story of Savitri. The latter followed Yama, who carried away her dead husband. Yama said that she could ask for any other boon except for the life of her husband. Savitri asked that she be blessed with children. Yama agreed. Being a Pati-Vrat wife, Savitri would never any other man, be the father of her children. Yama was left with no other choice but to restore Savitri's husband to life.
In the olden days, a woman was dependent on a man. Whether he was her father, brother, husband or Guru. Without a man she was considered incomplete. Today that may not be the case. But it is still refreshing to see a loving wife or a loving husband.
Change In The Trend
On Karva Chauth day, which is observed in North India, tens of millions of women keep a fast, taking neither food nor water, for the well being and long life of their husbands. Only after seeing the moon do the women break their day-long fast in the evening/night. Normally women go out of their houses and on their roof tops to see if the moon is up yet. Even the 'I, Me, Myself' generation now celebrates the 'My Family' spirit, with Karva Chauth having become a cool fad among teenagers. Ultra-hip 17-year-olds observes a Karva Chauth fast, so what if traditionally it's a north Indian custom where married women keep off food and water for the long lives of their husbands. For some of these youngsters it's a trend, for others it's pure devotion, and there are still others for whom it's just fun giving company to her mother who observes the fast.
The Puja Process
The pooja preparations start a day in advance. Married women buy the shringar or the traditional adornments and the other pooja items like the karwa, matthi, heena etc.
Karva Chauth : Tradition and Rituals
In India and Nepal, Hindu married women observe a fast on Krishna Chaturthi of Kartik (October-November) for the welfare of the husband, his health and long life. This traditional fast bestows happiness and well being of the children too. In some places, Shiv and Parvati are worshiped on this day. The only aim of this fast is to save the husband from an untimely death and have a long married life.
After ablution and other daily necessities, and after taking bath in the early morning, before sunrise, women should undertake a vow for welfare of the husband, sons and grandsons. Shiv, Parvati, Kartikeya, Ganesh and the moon (Chandrama) are worshiped. After worship, rice, black gram pulse auspicious articles like Comb, mirror, vermilion, bangles, ribbon, are put on a copper plate or on an earthen plate, along with fruits and kept ready till the fast is broken. The fast is broken only after seeing the moon.
The fast is a rigorous one as the wife does not even drink water on this day. In the evening, all married women, dressed in gorgeous wedding garments and jewelery, undertake worship. As the moon rises, they bow down at the feet of their husbands and give the decorated plate with fruit and other material to their mother in law. This festival deepens the relation between the wife, the husband and the mother in law.
Karva Chauth is the festival celeberated by north indian women.
Here is the puja song sung by punjabi women, while they exchange thalis seven times. They place 'Bayen' in the thali....
Veero Kudiye Karwada,
Sarv Suhagan Karwada,
Aye Katti Naya Teri Naa,
Kumbh Chrakhra Feri Naa,
Aar Pair payeen Naa,
Ruthda maniyen Naa,
Suthra Jagayeen Naa,
Ve Veero Kuriye Karwara,
Ve Sarv Suhagan Karwara....... (6)
This Stanza is sung 6 times i.e. It keeps on repeating till the time Thalis have been exchanged and all women have their own thalis... it goes on six times, 6 feras / circles. The seventh fera or circle or exchanging goes like this...
Veero Kudiye Karwada,
Sarv Suhagan Karwada,
Aye Katti Naya Teri Nee,
Kumbh Chrakhra Feri Bhee,
Aar Pair payeen Bhee,
Ruthda maniyen Bhee,
Suthra Jagayeen Bhee,
Ve Veero Kuriye Karwara,
Ve Sarv Suhagan Karwara.......