the future is female

Mine was at the bathroom the morning I got the email from Escape Adulthood speaker and expert Jason Kotecki and his wife, Kim, informing me that I was chosen as THE Adultitis Fighter of the Month. I had NO idea what that meant so I visited their site and found blogs from others who had been chosen in prior months. These everyone was amazingly awesome! They lived lives that I aspired to get like. Why had they chosen ME to get in this elite circle? Osmania University has conducted Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test, popularly known as APSET on 15th February 2015. The main aim of this exam is usually to recruit candidates about the post of lecturers or assistant professors in a variety of colleges, institutes and universities of Andhra Pradesh. Since the exam has ended, Osmania University will release APSET 2014 Result for candidates to watch. This result will probably be scrutinized and authorized by the moderation committee and steering committee of APSET 2014. The panetar and gharchola form an essential aspect of the marriage ritual. The panetar sari is often a gift through the bride?s maternal uncle while the gharchola sari could be the gift from her new in-laws. Historically, the bride wore the panetar at the start of the marriage then gharchola following the wedding ceremony. Today, extremely common for your beloved partner to utilize a gharchola chunni over her head and shoulder to symbolize her movement from one family to an alternative. The panetar is surely an unique silk sari or chenia choli with which has a white body and red border. The plain white body is woven in Gajji silk with linear stripes or checks in gold zari. There are tie dyed (bandhani) motifs usually yellow/gold or green to adorn the sari. The process of the Karwa Chauth is the same, but the newly wed- bride seems to be more cautious, because of her first time. The festive mood of this occasion starts few days before the karwa chauth as the women start purchasing new clothes and bangles for the day. The Indian bride dresses herself in new saari or suit preferably of red or maroon colour, with all the items of make- up and sola sringar. On the early morning of the Karwa Chauth, around 4'0 clock, the bride eats the sargi, given to her by her mother-in-law. This is to be done before sunrise. Sargi contains, Pheni, Mathi, and eating items, depending on the cultural practices followed by the family. After that throughout the day, the bride is not supposed to eat or drink anything. In the evening time, the Indian women, dresses like a newly wed bride and heads towards the karwa pooja. The married women are supposed to attend the karwa katha, in which an old lady narrates the story of the Karwa Chauth and tells the significance of keeping the fast.