Commitment to Gadher unity and website progress to date

                                                                

                                                            'Jay Ashapura mata, Balvi mata, Gatral mata'

 

                                                                         

                                                                                        Jivan Darbar 

 

Quotation from Shree Jivanbhai Nathoobhai Gadher:

Without our beliefs, culture, community, identity and language, .............we would be nothing but just one of many wandering around searching for something to adhere to  - that would be a real pity for our present and future generation as well as negligence on our part ! 

 

 

         

                                                                            Jivan Pelvan 

   This World is a big Gymnasium where character has to be established through a thousand stumbles

 

 

With blessings of our Devis, Kuldevis and with profound inspiration from Swarasati mata, we have managed to put together this very simple website for our Gadher Parivar / Community to enjoy.  With time, we aim to add further information so that none of our treasured historical past as well as our goodness is lost in this ever changing world we live in. 

 

     

 

                                                                25 Great Animated India Flag Gifs at Best Animations

                                                                              National Flag of India 

 

Tricolor Flag

Saffron colour is for purity(upper color),

White colour is for peace (middle one having an Ashok Chakra) and

Green colour is for fertility (the bottom color),

Ashok Chakra contains equally divided 24 spokes which is taken from Ashoka Dharma Chakra Piller.

 

All the 24 spokes of the Dharma chakra are the representation of the 24 rishis of the Himalayas in which Vishvamitra is first and Yajnavalkya the last. The Ashoka chakra is also known as Samay chakra in which the 24 spokes represent 24 hours of the day and is the symbol of the movement of the time. During independance movement, a traditional spinning wheel, symbolising Gandhi ji's goal of making Indians self-reliant by spinning their own clothing, was added to the Tricolor.  The 24 spokes were the 24 hours which Indians would dedicate to build a nation they would be proud of.