Trigger – Jimmy Jay ft Deep Jandu Song Lyrics Full Video

Oct 17, 2017 by

Trigger – Jimmy Jay ft Deep Jandu Song Lyrics Full Video

Trigger – Jimmy Jay ft Deep Jandu

Trigger _ New Punjabi Songs 2017 _ Jimmy Jay Ft. Rahul Chahal _ Deep Jandu _ Yellow Music [360p]

Trigger _ New Punjabi Songs 2017 _ Jimmy Jay Ft. Rahul Chahal _ Deep Jandu _ Yellow Music


Trigger – Jimmy Jay – Deep Jandu – Karan Aujla Song Lyrics Full Video

Song – Trigger
Artist – Trigger – Jimmy Jay ft Deep Jandu
Music – Deep Jandu
Writter – Karan Aujla


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The Seven Deadly Sins「七つの大罪 Nanatsu no Taizai」

Oct 17, 2017 by

The Seven Deadly Sins「七つの大罪 Nanatsu no Taizai」

The Seven Deadly Sins「七つの大罪 Nanatsu no Taizai」

The Seven Deadly Sins「七つの大罪 Nanatsu no Taizai」

The Seven Deadly Sins「七つの大罪 Nanatsu no Taizai」


In a world similar to the European Middle Ages, the feared yet revered Holy Knights of Britannia use immensely powerful magic to protect the region of Britannia and its kingdoms. However, a small subset of the Knights supposedly betrayed their homeland and turned their blades against their comrades in an attempt to overthrow the ruler of Liones. They were defeated by the Holy Knights, but rumors continued to persist that these legendary knights, called the “Seven Deadly Sins,” were still alive. Ten years later, the Holy Knights themselves staged a coup d’état, and thus became the new, tyrannical rulers of the Kingdom of Liones.

Based on the best-selling manga series of the same name, Nanatsu no Taizai follows the adventures of Elizabeth, the third princess of the Kingdom of Liones, and her search for the Seven Deadly Sins. With their help, she endeavors to not only take back her kingdom from the Holy Knights, but to also seek justice in an unjust world.


The Seven Deadly Sins were once an active group of knights in the region of Britannia (ブリタニア Buritania), who disbanded after they supposedly plotted to overthrow the Liones Kingdom (リオネス王国 Rionesu Ōkoku). Their supposed defeat came at the hands of the Holy Knights, but rumors continued to persist that they were still alive. Ten years later, the Holy Knights staged a coup d’état and captured the king, becoming the new, tyrannical rulers of the kingdom. The third princess, Elizabeth, then starts out on a journey to find the Seven Deadly Sins and enlist their help in taking back the kingdom.

The Seven Deadly Sins consist of:

  • Meliodas, The Dragon’s Sin of Wrath.
    Diane, The Serpent’s Sin of Envy.
    Ban, The Fox’s Sin of Greed.
    King, The Grizzly’s Sin of Sloth.
    Gowther, The Goat’s Sin of Lust.
    Merlin, The Boar’s Sin of Gluttony.
    Escanor, The Lion’s Sin of Pride.

Power Levels

The Dragon’s Sin of Wrath, Meliodas: (60,000)
The Grizzly’s Sin of Sloth, King: (41,600)
The Serpent’s Sin of Envy, Diane: (8,000)
The Boar’s Sin of Gluttony, Merlin: (4,710)
The Fox’s Sin of Greed, Ban: (3,220)
The Goat’s Sin of Lust, Gowther: (35,400)
The Lion’s Sin of Pride, Escanor: (Unmeasurable) (see Sunshine for explanation).



Meliodas: Full Counter
King: Disaster
Diane: Creation
Merlin: Infinity
Ban: Snatch
Gowther: Invasion
Escanor: Sunshine


Sins Committed

Each member of the Seven Deadly Sins had been judged and found guilty of committing a grievous crime by the Kingdom of Liones, with their title being given based on the root moral failing on their part which caused this crime. Though it sounds clear cut, for most of them it seems extenuating circumstances were at play.


Meliodas considers his sin to be his failure to protect Danafor, its citizens, and Liz from the kingdom’s annihilation.The official story is that Meliodas lost himself in his wrath and annihilated the Kingdom himself.


Diane and Matrona were hired by knights of Liones as mercenaries to assist them in a battle against foreign savages. The Holy Knight Gannon deceives them, revealing his ultimate intentions of taking down a giant for reputation and prestige. Although Matrona unfortunately “dies” from a venomous arrow, Gannon underestimates her strength and his plans are thwarted. The giantess “passes away” after killing the majority of the troops including Gannon, with remaining survivors falsifying the report of the incident to place blame on Diane. She is eventually labeled the Sin of Envy for her jealousy towards Matrona (who she supposedly murdered) along with 330 innocent knights of the kingdom. She is sentenced to death by beheading but Meliodas thwarted it under direct orders of the king of Liones.


As the only survivor of the Fairy King’s Forest, he took the blame and was convicted for destroying the forest and killing its guardian saint, Elaine. As a result, he was sentenced to death, and became known as the Sin of Greed due to his apparent greed for immortality.


After supposedly ending Helbram’s life, King took on the sentence for ignoring Helbram’s mass murdering of humans continuously over a period of five hundred years. This came close to sparking a war between humans and fairies. He was consequently sentenced to an imprisonment for a thousand years, and was recognized as the Sin of Sloth as he ignored the atrocities committed and turned a blind eye.


Gowther was granted the Sin of Lust after he was accused of forcing Nadja, Bartra Liones’ younger sister, to vile sexual acts, which ended in her death. In reality Nadja and Gowther were both in love and quite happy in each other presence. It was then revealed that Nadja was close to death and wished to pass her final moments with Gowther. After a moment of passion, she peacefully died within Gowthers’ embrace and, in panic, Gowther tried reanimating her by ripping out his magical heart and replacing Nadja’s with it, to no avail. In the mean time Gowther is screaming, alerting some nearby guards that find him in a bedroom full of blood with Nadjas’ deceased body below him.

Seven Laws of the Seven Deadly Sins

There exist seven laws that each member of the group is required to abide by. So far, only four of these laws has been revealed. The laws were created by Meliodas.

Law #3: “A Sin shall ask no questions of another member’s sin.”
Law #4: “If a friend is in crisis everybody needs to use all of his or her power to help.”
Law #5: “When two Sins are in disagreement they can resolve it with a fight.”
Law #6: “If two Sins are fighting to the death, the other five must do their utmost to stop them even if it means eliminating the perpetrator.”
Sacred Treasure
Each of the Sins owns a Sacred Treasure, which were entrusted to them by King Bartra Liones when the group was formed, and are compatible with their respective abilities. The weapons are unusable by anyone other than their intended wielder.

Meliodas’s Sacred Treasure, the Demon Sword Lostvayne, is a short sword. He sold it in a Pawn Shop in Camelot to get money for the Boar Hat. Merlin ended up buying the sword, and returns it to Meliodas at a critical moment.
Diane’s Sacred Treasure, the War Hammer Gideon, is designed for a giant. It is made of a material stronger than steel and weighs approximately 2,200 pounds.It became the reward of Vaizel’s annual fighting festival after Diane lost it. Diane later regained Gideon during the Holy Knights’ attack, quickly forcing them to retreat.
Ban’s Sacred Treasure, the Holy Rod Courechouse, is a four-sectioned staff similar in appearance to a nunchaku. It was stolen during his imprisonment in Baste Dungeon.
King’s sacred treasure, the Spirit Spear Chastiefol, is a spirit spear crafted from the Sacred Tree only found in the Fairy realm. Stronger than steel, it possesses the mysterious qualities of the tree itself that King’s ability, Disaster, draws out. It has several different forms, including a pillow which can act as a shield, different forms of spears[24][25], and a large stuffed grizzly bear.
Gowther’s Sacred Treasure, the Twin Bow Herritt, is made of light, which is used in conjunction with his ability Invasion. It is capable of projecting multiple waves of light simultaneously.
Merlin’s Sacred Treasure, the Morning Star Aldan, is a small crystal orb. She can summon it at anytime via magic.
Escanor’s Sacred Treasure, the Divine Axe Rhitta, is a giant, ornate battle axe. It possesses the ability to burn the flesh of the vampires. It is so heavy even Meliodas has difficulty carrying it.


Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 2014 to Mar 29, 2015
Premiered: Fall 2014
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Aniplex, Dentsu, Mainichi Broadcasting System, Kodansha, Movic
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Adventure, Supernatural, Ecchi, Fantasy, Shounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older



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Boruto Opening First Fight Scene Boruto Naruto Next Generations Explain

Oct 6, 2017 by

Boruto Opening First Fight Scene Boruto Naruto Next Generations Explain

Boruto Opening First Fight Scene Boruto Naruto Next Generations Explain

This is Iwabe wears exactly same cloths and has same rod in his hand such as Iwabe also looks very similar to Kawaki. The questions arise is why Iwabe hated Naruto or any Shinobi, and how he become so strong he can beat and kill Naruto , Accroding to his words .

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 Boruto,anime, anime online, naruto shippuden,shippuden, naruto, manga,Iwabe,Kawaki

This is Iwabe wears exactly same cloths and has same rod in his han such as Kawaki also looks very similar to Kawaki



This is Iwabe wears exactly same cloths and has same rod in his han such as Kawaki also looks very similar to Kawaki. The questions arise is why Iwabe hated Naruto or any Shinobi, and how he become so strong he can beat and kill Naruto , Accroding to his words .

1. Why Iwabe truns against Boruto and Entire Hidden Leaf Village ?
2. How he can able to encouter naruto and All rest of the elite ninja from Hidden leaf village ?
3 Why he is said he send his “Brouto” Dad to another side ?. Is naruto has been killed by him ?
4. What kind of secrct powers he hidden , so solely able to distroy entire Hidden leaf village ?
5. Where is Everybody Else ? Including saske ? Because in Backgroundyou can see only ashes of village and Brotuto All Alone Fighting with Kawaki .


So eagerly waiting to story secrets a, Up and down from Boruto Naruto Next Generations


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Boruto – Naruto Next Generations

Oct 4, 2017 by

Boruto – Naruto Next Generations

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations


The life of the shinobi is beginning to change. Boruto Uzumaki, son of Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki, has enrolled in the Ninja Academy to learn the ways of the ninja. Now, as a series of mysterious events unfolds, Boruto’s story is about to begin!

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations (Japanese: BORUTO-ボルト- NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS) is a Japanese manga series written by Ukyō Kodachi and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto. Serialized in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump, Boruto is a spin-off of and sequel to Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto, and follows the exploits of Naruto Uzumaki’s son Boruto and his ninja team while following a path to follow once they grow up. An anime television series adaptation directed by Noriyuki Abe started airing on TV Tokyo on April 5, 2017. Unlike the manga that started as a retelling of the film Boruto: Naruto the Movie, the Boruto anime acts like a prequel, before Boruto and his friends became ninjas before the later arc.

Critical reception to the series has been largely positive with most critics liking the traits of the main characters, most notably Boruto who, while resembling his father Naruto, still has different reasons for making pranks and at the same time bonds with others. Pierrot’s anime prequel also earned praise for its use of both new and returning characters. Shueisha shipped a million units of the manga series as of January 2017.

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Adelaide to Cape Jervis | Adelaide Airport to Cape Jervis

Oct 3, 2017 by

Adelaide to Cape Jervis | Adelaide Airport to Cape Jervis

Adelaide to cape jervis | Adelaide airport to cape jervis

1 h 37 min (107.1 km) via Main S Rd

1 h 37 min (107.1 km) via Main S Rd





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Australian pizza sizes | How many inches is a pizza?

Sep 30, 2017 by

Australian pizza sizes | How many inches is a pizza?

Australian pizza sizes | How many inches is a pizza?



Small Size    – 10″ / 25 cm.

Medium       -12″ / 30 cm.

Large Size    – 14″ / 35 cm.

Family Size   -16″ / 40cm.

King Size      – 18″ / 45cm.

PanSizes pizza sizes

Pizza sizes  also Differ as per the maker .

Beauty comes in all sizes and shapes :)

Beauty comes in all sizes and shapes 🙂


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Heroes die smiling | itachi Uchiha | Naruto manga | Masashi Kishimoto

Sep 30, 2017 by

Heroes die smiling | itachi Uchiha |  Naruto manga |  Masashi Kishimoto

Heroes die smiling | itachi Uchiha | Naruto manga | Masashi Kishimoto


itachi Uchiha Naruto manga Masashi Kishimoto


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  • Itachi Uchiha
  • Naruto character
  • Itachi Uchiha by Masashi Kishimoto
  • First appearance Naruto manga chapter 139
  • Voiced by JapaneseHideo Ishikawa
  • EnglishCrispin Freeman

Skip Stellrecht (Naruto Episodes 29-30)



Sasuke Uchiha (brother)

Sakura Haruno (sister-in-law)

Sarada Uchiha (niece)

Ninja rank Rogue ninja

Akatsuki partner Kisame Hoshigaki


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Itachi Uchiha (うちは イタチ Uchiha Itachi) is a fictional character in the Naruto manga and anime series created by Masashi Kishimoto. Itachi is the older brother of Sasuke Uchiha and is responsible for killing all the members of their clan, sparing only Sasuke. Though treated as an antagonist for much of the series, it is later revealed that Itachi slaughtered his clan in order to prevent a coup d’état which would result in a war, and that he had been acting in both Konoha’s and Sasuke’s best interests for the entire series.

Itachi has been featured in the Naruto films, has appeared once in an original video animation of Naruto, and is a playable character in most of the video games from the series. Itachi’s character has been popular with readers of the manga,[6] and has been positively received by critics. His appearance as an antagonist has been praised by several writers, although some have considered his initial appearance to be unsurprising. The gradual revelations of his past and its impact on the story has also received positive reception, and his fights were noted to be “one of the best” in the series. Numerous types of merchandise have been released in Itachi’s likeness, including keychains, plush dolls and figurines.


 Uchiha Itachi is one of the wisest character ever


Uchiha Itachi is one of the wisest character ever scripted in animeverse. For starters and those who have limited knowledge about Itachi or Naruto as an anime. Here is a description : [Its a bit long]


Born in Uchiha Clan, which was in alliance with Senju Clan then, bred an uprising against the village of Konoha. Uchihas were initially descendants of Indra Otsutsuki who believed in power. After being felt as treated secondary to Senju clan in the village as none of the Uchicha ever became a Hokage or attained a valued position in the village they bred more hatred towards the village and decided to rebel.

The current Hokage Hiruzen Sarutobi and Lord Danzo had knowledge of this and ordered complete annihilation of Uchiha Clan, as if they emerge to pull out a war it was going to restart the endless series of clan wars just like it was before establishment of Konoha.

Itachi had complete understanding of the consequences. He even at the tender age of 13 exceeded in wisdom and skill than most higher level shinobis. Danzo was after Shishui Uchiha’s eyes and to save the name of clan Shishui commits suicide and hands over his eye to Itachi, and takes a promise from him that he will save the Uchiha name and Konoha at all cost.

Itachi was the only next able shinobi who was capable of annihilating Uchiha as, if the Senju’s attacked them it would be an obvious war and would give rise to even more conflict if they survived. As a leader of Anbu Black Ops Danzo had meticulously planned Uchiha’s end via hands of Itachi. Itachi without a word of pain, accomplishes his mission sparing none, except his younger brother. He even kills his own parents, while his hands were shaking and he was trembling with pain within. He was supposed to join, an international criminal organization known as the Akatsuki.

No one except the leaf elders and Obito knew about this plan.

He purposely feeds Sasuke’s mind with hatred so that he grows and punishes Itachi for his sins. There is this thing with the Uchihas, they are extremely sensitive. When they feel extreme pain they awaken a new level of Sharingan – The Mangekyo Sharingan. Itachi lures Sasuke to awaken them to beat him someday. His plan was all along that if Sasuke kills him he will be considered as a hero to assassinate a rogue ninja and restore his clan. Thus it will both, restore Uchiha’s name and save the village from devastation.



Itachi chose hatred instead of honor

Pain instead of Love

Darkness instead of Light


Itachi chose hatred instead of honor Pain instead of Love Darkness instead of Light



From being a prodigy who would have rightly earned his place as the Fifth Hokage to a rogue ninja hated by every one, and no one ever knew how great Itachi’s sacrifice is! Its something we as normal humans are unable to comprehend, the pain that his heart must have felt while slaughtering his own clan-mates, his own comrades. He lost his clan, his pride, his love, seeded hatred in his brother, both his best friends committed suicide (Shishui and Kisame). The extent of pain Itachi endured and his will to protect the same village which despises him is beyond comprehension.


About his abilities, Itachi graduated at the age of 7, chunin at the age of 10, defeated several ANBUs at the age of 13! His Genjutsu is matched by no one. And I mean literally NO ONE. Not even Kakashi Hatake, who happens to become the Sixth Hokage stood a chance to touch him. Even Legendary Sannin of Konoha, Orochimaru could not match him with all his knowledge. He even breaks through the reanimation jutsu when all the other legendary shinobi including previous kages were trapped in it. He single handedly stops the Reanimation Jutsu and saves the world during the fourth shinobi war. And again no know knows about this.

He purposely holds back and plans his death by the hands of his own brother and gifts him his own eyes to awaken the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan. Itachi’s wisdom is his most appealing feature.


His loyalty: A true shinobi of Konoha to the very end, Itachi didn’t let the certainty of lifelong ostracization deter him from what, undoubtedly, was a suicide mission. His ‘special crow’ seeded inside Naruto is one of many reminders of the same.
His sheer determination: Fighting a terminal illness just to provide his brother a chance at closure is not an easy thing to do.
His persona: Prodigy. Pacifist. Affectionate towards his brother. Antagonist to his clan and (supposedly) his village.Kishimoto-sensei thought of Itachi Uchiha with quite a juxtaposition in mind; and presented him with care. The enigma that Itachi is, is unfolded with such care throughout the series that one can’t help but be affected.
Duty vs. Honour (dipped in a lot of courage): Anbu at 13. Akatsuki just a short time later. Loyal to his village. Dedicated to his brother. Murderer of the Uchiha clan. Despite the massive burden of his circumstances weighing him, (with imminent blindness and a chronic illness chipping away at him), he’s one of, if not, the most powerful characters in Naruto.


Itachi chose hatred instead of honor


In Naruto

Itachi’s Sharingan

Itachi’s Sharingan

Itachi’s Sharingan (above) before its transformation to Mangekyo Sharingan (below)


Itachi’s Mangekyo Sharingan

Itachi’s Mangekyo Sharingan

Itachi is a member of the Uchiha Clan from the village of Konohagakure and the elder brother of Sasuke Uchiha. He grew up as the child prodigy of the Uchiha clan, establishing milestones for not only Sasuke, but also for future Uchiha to live up to. His early childhood was marred by war, the violence of which caused him to seek peace at any cost. Upon learning that his clan was planning a coup d’état to take control of Konoha, after his clan was accused of attacking the village with the Nine Tails, Itachi provides Konoha with intelligence on his clan’s actions during his two years as a member of the ANBU. Over time, Itachi distances himself from his clan, as some clan members believed he murdered his best friend, Shisui Uchiha, to gain the Mangekyo Sharingan.

In reality, as Shisui possesses the ability to subliminally manipulate others and shares Itachi’s love for the village, he intended to use his gift on the Uchiha clan leader to stop the coup d’état. However, Shisui is mortally wounded by the Leaf High Council member Danzo Shimura, who then takes his eye to achieve his own ideal of peace. When Shisui entrusts Itachi with his remaining eye, Itachi covers up Shisui’s death and made it appear it was his doing. Eventually, in return for Danzo’s offer to spare his younger brother, Itachi slaughters his entire clan. After creating the misconception that he murdered their family in cold blood to give Sasuke the mindset to become strong enough to kill him once he is capable, Itachi leaves the village, although he warns Danzo not to harm Sasuke. Meeting up with Konoha’s Third Hokage Hiruzen Sarutobi, who promises to do what he can to look after Sasuke, Itachi reveals his intentions to continue to protect the village from the shadows. Soon after perceiving them as a threat to Konoha, Itachi joins the Akatsuki to ensure they do not endanger his village. Itachi becomes good friends with his partner Kisame Hoshigaki, who expresses concern for Itachi’s wellbeing.

Itachi debuts in Part I after Hiruzen’s death, when he uses his infiltration of Konoha to hunt down Naruto Uzumaki as an excuse to secretly check on Sasuke’s wellbeing.After engaging with Kakashi and some of Konoha’s forces, he reveals Akatsuki’s goal to gather the Jinchuriki of the nine tailed beasts. Itachi also learns that Naruto is under the protection of Jiraiya and sets up a trap to lure the experienced ninja away to grab the boy. However, as Jiraiya comes to Naruto’s aid, Itachi finds himself facing Sasuke and directs his brother back on the path of getting stronger by defeating him before he and Kisame fall back.

In Part II, Itachi uses one of Sasori’s informants as a clone of himself to hold off Naruto and the rest of his team while he and the others seal away Shukaku the One Tail.Itachi remains on the sidelines until learning that Sasuke has finally severed his ties to Orochimaru, having absorbed him and now being strong enough to settle matters. Prior to his fight with Sasuke, Itachi meets with Naruto and, after questioning his intentions to save Sasuke, ensures the youth’s safety with a crow with Shisui’s Sharingan as a countermeasure against Sasuke if he gains his Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan and attempts to attack Konoha.Sasuke ultimately tracks him down and they engage in their final battle, during the course of which he uses his Mangekyo Sharingan to push Sasuke to his limits. In doing so, Orochimaru is drawn out from Sasuke’s body, and Itachi seals him away with his Susanoo before finally succumbing to his mysterious illness. As his final act, Itachi implants his Amaterasu technique within Sasuke, meant as a protective measure that will kill Tobi in case he ever tries to approach Sasuke and reveal the truth of their clan’s slaughter. Unfortunately, having knew where Itachi’s loyalties truly lie, Tobi survived and reveals the truth of Itachi’s actions to Sasuke. This gives Sasuke a resolve to destroy the village, eventually having his brother’s Mangekyo Sharingan implanted on him.

Itachi reappears later during the Fourth Great Ninja War, brought back by Kabuto Yakushi using the Reanimation Jutsu, a forbidden summoning jutsu that brings the dead back as immortal corpses, to fight on Tobi’s side.Paired with Nagato and forced to fight Naruto and Killer Bee against his will, Itachi learns of his brother’s intentions and summons the crow he gave Naruto to regain his free will.After sealing Nagato,Itachi heads out to stop Kabuto and encounters Sasuke, with his younger brother wanting to know the truth once it is over.

After a long battle, Itachi is pushed to use Izanami to trap Kabuto in an eternal time-loop in his own mind, to have him break his jutsu. His soul beginning to fade, Itachi uses his Sharingan to project his memories to Sasuke to reveal the full story of the events leading to the Uchiha Clan Massacre. Telling his brother that he does not have to forgive him, Itachi tells Sasuke that he will always love him, no matter what choice he makes from then on. With his brother’s parting words, and accepting defeat after his final battle with Naruto, Sasuke renounces destroying the village and devotes himself to protecting it, fulfilling Itachi’s wish for his younger brother. Sasuke even adopts Itachi’s habit of poking on the forehead as a sign of affection, which Sasuke does with his wife Sakura and daughter Sarada.


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“People Live their Lives bound by what they accept as correct and true. That is how they define “Reality” . But what does it mean to be “correct” or “true”? They are merely vague concepts… Their “Reality” may all be a mirage. Can we consider them to be simply living in their own world, shaped by their beliefs?” – To Sasuke during their fight

“You don’t become Hokage to be acknowledged by everyone. The one who is acknowledged by everyone becomes the Hokage” – To Naruto Uzumaki

“The ones who aren’t able to acknowledge their own selves are bound to fail.” – To Kabuto during their fight

“You do not know what kind of a human you are until you are close to death” – To Kisame when they first meet.

“I failed. I won’t put myself above you and tell you this and that, it’s too late. So this time for once, let me tell you one small truth. It’s all right if you never forgive me, but no matter what you become, I will always love you.” – To Sasuke, Itachi’s Last Words

“Sorry Sasuke, ….there wont be a next time” – I cried at this one


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10 Aussie expressions to master | G’day, mate

Sep 18, 2017 by

10 Aussie expressions to master | G’day, mate

10 Aussie expressions to master | G’day, mate



In honor of Australia Day (celebrated on the 26th January) and our laid back brothers and sisters Down Under, we’ve put together a list of ten Aussie expressions everyone should master (along with the world-famous “Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi, oi, oi” chant, of course!)

Aussies are as relaxed about their language as they are about life, so using some (or all) of these expressions will bring your stress levels down and help you see the world from that characteristically chilled out Aussie perspective. If you’re a foreigner living in Australia or planning to visit soon, making an extra effort to adopt some of the slang is essential for your survival as everyone from the handsome barista at your favorite coffee shop to the Prime Minister will be using it.

We’ve thrown in a few pronunciation tips at the end so you sound as authentic as possible when you test out those “g’day’s” and “good on ya’s” on your new “mates”.

1. “Aussie”

What does it mean? Obvious and easy (we hope). You won’t catch Australians calling themselves Australian. They’ll say Aussie. Why, you ask? Well, it’s shorter to start. It also sounds more friendly and cuddly, just like those koala bears you’ve always dreamed of hugging.

How do you use it? “Did you meet my friend yesterday?” “You mean the Aussie? Yes, I did.”

2. “Mate”

What does it mean? Another word for friend. Common in Britain as well, but used even more enthusiastically by Aussies, who pepper the ends of their sentences with a longer, stretched out “maaaaate” that conveys friendliness and establishes a relaxed bond between the speakers. Can also be used to start a sentence, for effect.

How do you use it? “Sorry, can you tell me what time the train leaves?”, “At 2 o’clock, mate” or “Mate. You won’t believe what I saw”.

3. “G’day”

What does it mean? General greeting, used instead of “hello”, both day and night. Often combined with “mate”, as in…

How do you use it? “G’day, mate!” (mostly used by men though, not so often by women.)

4. “How are you going?”

What does it mean? Nothing to do with where you may or may not be going. Aussies use it to ask “how are you?” or to say “are you OK?” or “do you need help (with that task)?”

How do you use it? When someone asks: “How are you going?”, you can just answer normally with a “Good, thanks” or “Good, but…” if you need help with something and the question was formulated with that angle in mind.

5. “Good on ya”

What does it mean? Short for “good on you”. Way to show approval (like “well done”, “good job”) and express heartfelt congratulations. Also used to replace expressions like “really?”, “oh yeah” etc. in casual conversation. It can also be used sarcastically, ie. when you want to be a little mean, but don’t want to actually utter a mean word.

How do you use it? Positive: “Good on ya, mate. You really aced that exam!” Sarcastic: “You broke a surf board again. Good on ya, mate.”

6. “I’m stuffed”

What does it mean? Americans would use this to mean they’re full (of food), but Aussies also use it to say that they’re tired or in trouble.

How do you use it? Depends on what you want to say. If you want to say you’re tired, just say “I had a tough day at work today. I’m stuffed.”

7. “No worries”

What does it mean? Used to mean everything from “you’re welcome” to “relax”. You’ll hear this one all the time in lots of different situations.

How do you use it? “Thanks for buying me that concert ticket.” “No worries.”

8. “Togs”

What does it mean? Swimsuit, swim trunks

How do you use it? “Don’t forget your togs, we’re going to the beach today!”

9. “Barbie”

What does it mean? Short for barbeque, not the toy you played with as a kid. Aussies are almost as committed to barbecuing as South Africans and Americans, and even holidays like Christmas are celebrated with a relaxed, sun-soaked family barbie at the beach, not a formal sit-down dinner like in Europe.

How do you use it? “Rob’s having a barbie at the beach today.”

10. “Esky”

What does it mean? Portable (drinks) cooler for short. Aussies bring their eskys with them to that said beach barbie in order to keep the drinks cool. It gets really hot in the summer in Australia, so you better have that esky on hand to keep the cool drinks flowing and your body temperature at tolerable levels.

How do you use it? “Don’t forget the esky! It’s hot out today!”

BONUS: Aussies don’t pronounce r’s at the end of words (they say “foreva”, “togetha” etc. instead of “forever”, “together”) or g’s (they say “fishin’, drivin’ etc. instead of “fishing” or “driving”). More pronunciation tips here.

Image by Chrisjtse (Flickr/Creative Commons)

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Punjab (British India) (after the Revolt of 1857)

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Punjab (British India) (after the Revolt of 1857)

Punjab (British India)


Punjab was a province of British India, it was one of the last areas of the Indian subcontinent to fall under British rule. With the end of British rule in 1947 the province was split between India and Pakistan. The area that made up British Punjab streched from Himachal Pradesh in the east to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the west, which itself was separated in 1909; has today been split into the following areas:

Punjab Province, Pakistan
Punjab State, India
Haryana State, India
Himachal Pradesh State, India
Delhi State, India (after the Revolt of 1857)
Chandigarh, former part of Punjab
Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan




The word Punjab is named from the “five rivers” which flow through it: the Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej, all tributaries of the Indus.

The Punjab province of British India was a triangular area of country bordered by the Indus and the Sutlej rivers.


In 1947, the province of Punjab was divided between the new republics of India and Pakistan. The mostly Muslim western part of the province became Pakistan’s Punjab Province; the mostly Sikh and Hindu eastern part became India’s Punjab state in 1966. Many Hindus and Sikhs lived in the west, and many Muslims lived in the east, and so the partition saw many people displaced and much intercommunal violence. Lahore and Amritsar were at the center of the problem, the British were not sure where to place them – make them part of India or Pakistan. The British decided to hand both cities to India, but because of a lack of control and regulation for the border, Amritsar became part of India while Lahore became part of Pakistan. Areas in west Punjab such as Lahore, Rawalpindi, Multan, Gujrat, had a large Sikh population and many of the residents were attacked or killed by radical Muslims. On the other side in East Punjab cities such as Amritsar, Ludhiana, and Gurdaspur had a majority Muslim population in which many of them were wiped out by Sikh guerrillas who launched an all out war against the Muslims.

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Punjab | Panjab (land of “five rivers”; Punjabi: پنجاب (Shahmukhi); ਪੰਜਾਬ (Gurumukhi))

Sep 9, 2017 by

Punjab | Panjab (land of “five rivers”; Punjabi: پنجاب (Shahmukhi); ਪੰਜਾਬ (Gurumukhi))
Punjab | Panjab (land of "five rivers"; Punjabi: پنجاب (Shahmukhi); ਪੰਜਾਬ (Gurumukhi))

The Punjab (/pʌnˈdʒɑːb/ (About this sound listen), /-ˈdʒæb/, /ˈpʌndʒɑːb/, /-dʒæb/), also spelled Panjab (land of “five rivers”; Punjabi: پنجاب (Shahmukhi); ਪੰਜਾਬ (Gurumukhi)), is a geographical and cultural region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, comprising areas of eastern Pakistan and northern India. Not being a political unit, the boundaries of the region are ill-defined and focus on historical accounts.

Until the Partition of India in 1947, the British Punjab Province encompassed the present-day Indian states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Chandigarh, and the Pakistani regions of Punjab and Islamabad Capital Territory. It bordered the Balochistan and Pashtunistan regions to the west, Kashmir to the north, the Hindi Belt to the east, and Rajasthan and Sindh to the south.

The people of the Punjab today are called Punjabis, and their principal language is Punjabi. The main religions of the Punjab region are Islam, Sikhism, and Hinduism. Other religious groups are Christianity, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, and Buddhism. The Punjab region has been inhabited by the Indus Valley Civilisation, Indo-Aryan peoples, and Indo-Scythians, and has seen numerous invasions by the Persians, Greeks, Kushans, Ghaznavids, Timurids, Mughals, Pashtuns, British, and others. The foreign invaders mainly targeted the most productive central region of the Punjab known as the Majha region, which is also the bedrock of Punjabi culture and traditions.


 Panjab (land of "five rivers"; Punjabi: پنجاب (Shahmukhi); ਪੰਜਾਬ (Gurumukhi))Etymology

Panjab (land of “five rivers”; Punjabi: پنجاب (Shahmukhi); ਪੰਜਾਬ (Gurumukhi))Etymology

The region was originally called Sapta Sindhu, the vedic land of the seven rivers flowing into the ocean.The later name of the region, Punjab, is a compound of two Persian words,Panj (five) and āb (water), introduced to the region by the Turko-Persian conquerors of India, and more formally popularised during the Mughal Empire. Punjab thus means “The Land of Five Waters”, referring to the rivers Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej, and Beas. All are tributaries of the Indus River, the Chenab being the largest.


Physical geography
There are two main definitions of the Punjab region: the 1947 definition and the older 1846–1849 definition. A third definition incorporates both the 1947 and the older definitions but also includes northern Rajasthan on a linguistic basis and ancient river movements.

1947 definition
The 1947 definition defines the Punjab region with reference to the dissolution of British India whereby the then British Punjab Province was partitioned between India and Pakistan. In Pakistan, the region now includes the Punjab province and Islamabad Capital Territory. In India, it includes the Punjab state, Chandigarh, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh.

Using the 1947 definition, the Punjab borders the Balochistan and Pashtunistan regions to the west, Kashmir to the north, the Hindi Belt to the east, and Rajasthan and Sindh to the south. Accordingly, the Punjab region is very diverse and stretches from the hills of the Kangra Valley to the plains and to the Cholistan Desert.


3300–1500 BCE: Harappan civilisation
1500–1000 BCE: (Rigvedic) Vedic civilisation
1000–500 BCE: Middle and late Vedic Period
599 BCE: Birth of Mahavira
567–487 BCE: Time of Gautama Buddha
550 BCE – 600 CE: Buddhism remained prevalent
326 BCE: Alexander’s Invasion of Punjab
322–298 BCE: Chandragupta I, Maurya period
273–232 BCE: Reign of Ashoka
125–160 BCE: Rise of the Sakas
2 BCE: Beginning of Rule of the Sakas
45–180: Rule of the Kushans
320–550: Gupta Empire
500: Hunnic Invasion
510–650: Vardhana’s Era
711–713: Muhammad bin Qasim conquers Sindh and small part of Punjab region
713–1200: Rajput states, Kabul Shahi & small Muslim kingdoms
1206–1290: Mamluk dynasty established by Mohammad Ghori
1290–1320: Khilji dynasty established by Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji
1320–1413: Tughlaq dynasty established by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
1414–1451: Sayyid dynasty established by Khizr Khan
1451–1526: Lodhi dynasty established by Bahlul Khan Lodhi
1469–1539: Guru Nanak
1526–1707: Mughal rule
1526–1530: Zaheeruddin Muhammad Babur
1530–1540: Nasiruddin Muhammad Humayun
1540–1545: Sher Shah Suri of Afghanistan
1545–1554: Islam Shah Suri
1555–1556: Nasiruddin Muhammad Humayun
1556–1556: Hem Chandra Vikramaditya
1556–1605: Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar
1605–1627: Nooruddin Muhammad Jahangir
1627–1658: Shahaabuddin Muhammad Shah Jahan
1658–1707: Mohiuddin Muhammad Aurangzeb Alamgir
1539–1675: Period of 8 Sikh Gurus from Guru Angad Dev to Guru Tegh Bahadur
1675–1708: Guru Gobind Singh (10th Sikh Guru)
1699: Birth of the Khalsa
1708–1713: Conquests of Banda Bahadur
1722: Birth of Ahmed Shah Durrani, either in Multan in Mughal Empire or Herat in Afghanistan
1714–1759: Sikh chiefs (Sardars) war against Afghans & Mughal Governors
1739: Invasion by Nader Shah and defeat of weakened Mughal Empire
1747–1772: Durrani Empire led by Ahmad Shah Durrani
1756–1759: Sikh and Maratha Empire cooperation in the Punjab
1761: The Third Battle of Panipat, between the Durrani Empire against the Maratha Empire.
1762: 2nd massacre (Ghalughara) from Ahmed Shah’s 2nd invasion
1765–1801: Rise of the Sikh Misls which gained control of significant swathes of Punjab
1801–1839: Sikh Empire also known as Sarkar Khalsa, Rule by Maharaja Ranjit Singh
1845–1846: First Anglo-Sikh War
1846: Jammu joined with the new state of Jammu and Kashmir
1848–1849: Second Anglo-Sikh War
1849: Complete annexation of Punjab into British India
1849–1947: British rule
1901: Peshawar and adjoining districts separated from the Punjab Province
1911: Parts of Delhi separated from Punjab Province
1947: The Partition of India divided Punjab into two parts. The Eastern part (with two rivers) became the Indian Punjab and the Western part (three rivers) the Pakistan Punjab
1966: Indian Punjab divided into three parts: Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh
1973–1995: Punjab insurgency


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