Traditionally, the women of Punjab celebrate Baishaki through "Giddha" dance, which has been derived from an ancient ring dance. Today the name "Giddha" is synonymous with the culture of Punjabi women all over the world.
Every woman has a desire to look good, stay healthy and shape her body. As the time has changed, women want to know the secrets of healthy living. How to cut through the nutritional hype, where to get accurate nutritional information, are their major concerns.
They are willing to make changes in their diets to improve their health and quality of their lives.
Based on a single theme of 'MOTHER'
Like a flower on a cactus, a fountain splashing out from the bosom of a burning stone, a drop of cool air on the lips of a burning wind, a peaceful melody in a jungle of screams, a blanket of sunlight on a shivering body in the peak of winter, a shower of dew kisses on the parched lips of the Earth, a cloud providing shade. This is what she is - this is what is Mother! That who cannot be explained – but can only be felt.
There was a time when interested people used to find out places where music of various kinds was arranged. They used to attend such places where musical programs were arranged. In the forties, musicians of high caliber were appointed and trained by the help of rajahs, maharajahs, nawaabs and zamindars in various states (provinces) and estates of India.
Gray hair, creaky joints and wrinkled skin are inevitable as we grow older. But what if you could delay the onset of the infirmities that often come with aging? You could challenge white-water rapids in a raft alongside your grandchildren. And you'd probably never have to exchange your treadmill for a walker.