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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Ways to observe Memorial Day : Carl Francis

Carl Francis, who is based in the US and is passionate about Homeland Security, has forwarded this link for the readers of this blog.

The post is on ’15 ways to observe Memorial Day’.

For those who did not know, the last Monday of every May is observed as Memorial Day.

1 comment:


Memorial Days are very SACRED. Our History says that we have fought Wars from primitive to most advanced techonology. We have our own culture and traditions so we should not ape or borrow from others. The best is to follow the traditions of Bhakti Movement what ever is best for our country according to the present century. We neednot become Super Power to be the best without ethics or principles. Slow and steady wins the race and I dare say at present Armed Forces are the best Saviours. Jai Hind