Friday, February 8, 2013
Monday, May 28, 2012
24 मई 2011, अटबड़ा,पाली : मुस्लिम तेली समाज का पांच वां सामूहिक विवाह सम्मेलन हजरत दौला शहीद बाबा की दरगाह पर धूमधाम से आयोजित किया गया । इसमें 52 जोड़ो ने निकाह कबूल की । इस खुशी के मौके पर मुख्य अतिथि के रूप में पाली सांसद बद्रीराम जाखड़ और पाली की नगर परिषद् की उपाध्यक्ष शमीम मोतीवाला, सोजत के प्रधान राजेश कछवाह, बीसूका अध्यक्ष अजीज दर्द और अन्य गणमान्य नागरिक मौजूद थे।
सांसद बद्रीराम जाखड़ ने तेली समाज को संबोधित करते हुए कहा की समाज में शिक्षा का स्तर अन्य की तुलना में बहुत कम हें समाज को शिक्षा के क्षेत्र में आगे बढ़ने की जरुरत हें । उन्होंने 52 जोड़ो को आशीर्वाद देते हुए 52 हजार रुपये नकद उपहार स्वरुप भेंट किये और दरगाह पर एक सामुदायिक भवन बनवाने की घोषणा भी की ।
यह विवाह सम्मलेन राजस्थान तेली तरेपन गोत्र आम चोरासी मुस्लिम समाज की और से आयोजित किया गया । तेली समाज के सदर शरीफ मोहम्मद बिहारी , विवाह सम्मलेन के अध्यक्ष सदीक खान, पूर्व सदर हाजी समसुदीन सोलंकी, तेली समाज के सचिव सत्तार मोहम्मद बागड़ी और अन्य गणमान्य लोगो ने समाज को बधाई दी और शिक्षा के स्तर को और ऊपर बढ़ाने के लिए अपील की ।
लॉन्च की तेली समाज की वेबसाइट
सामूहिक विवाह सम्मेलन के मौके पर सिकंदर अली ,शेर मोहम्मद, शरीफ मोहम्मद, आसिफ अली ने तेली समाज की वेबसाइट (www.telisamaj.org) बनाई जिसे पाली सांसद बद्रीराम जाखड़ और पाली की नगर परिषद् की उपाध्यक्ष शमीम मोतीवाला, सोजत के प्रधान राजेश कछवाह, बीसूका अध्यक्ष अजीज दर्द ने लॉच की और समाज को इन्टरनेट से जोड़ने पर बधाई दी ।
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Sunday, May 27, 2012
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
When you are planning the ‘Big Fat Indian Wedding’ you need to ensure that you have ordered the best possible Indian wedding cards as well. If there is one thing that can be said out these cards it is that they are always gorgeous. Indian wedding cards tend to be colorful and spectacular since they use a variety of rich colors and motifs.
The first thing you need to do is set the budget for your cards. This will help you save a great deal of time and effort since you will not waste your time looking at unsuitable options. You’ll also need to select the right colors for your cards. Hindu and Sikh wedding cards are generally reds, gold, yellow or saffron in color. White is generally never used in Hindu wedding cards.
There are a few traditional motifs that can be used on Sikh and Hindu wedding cards. They include traditional paisley designs, clay lamps and floral motifs. Hindu wedding cards generally have the image of a deity, specifically Lord Ganesh. They also use Swastikas in the design because this symbol is considered to be very auspicious. Sikh wedding cards do not feature these deities. If you are not overly religious, or if one half of the couple is not Hindu or Sikh, then it is best to avoid religious symbols, sticking to cultural motifs instead on the cards you order.
Indians also love to embellish their cards with colorful stones and beads. These embellishments add to the weight and also the postage but they can make the Hindu and Sikh wedding cardslook truly spectacular. When it comes to the font, make sure that it is readable and not too elaborate. Explore lots of options and mix and match at will to come up with the best possibleIndian wedding cards.
Are you looking for the perfect Indian wedding cards that will get your guests all excited about your big day? The problem is that Sikh and Hindu wedding cards tend to be rather expensive if you order them will all the embellishments and inserts that are generally considered appropriate. However, you will be able to get spectacular looking cards without having to spend too much money as long as you keep a few points in mind.
The first thing you ought to do is select the shape and size of the card with care. Indian wedding cards tend to come in a variety of shapes and sizes. However, if you select Hindu or Sikh wedding cards that have a unique shape or are extra heavy then you’ll have to deal with greater postage costs. Avoid getting boxed cards because they will be expensive to purchase and post.
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Saturday, August 28, 2010
The word Teli comes from Tel which means Oil in Marathi/Hindi/Oriya language. The name Teli is given because of their profession of "making edible oil". They are also known as Oil Makers. In old times, these people were having their small oil mill units known as 'Kolhu' operated by oxen to make or extract edible oil from oil seeds like mustard, sesame etc. They were responsible for providing oil to society.
Telis also called themselves Sahu Vaishyas. Telis are found throughout India. Hindu Teli are called Teli Sahu and Muslim Teli are called Teli Malik.
In North Maharashtra, most of them hide their family name and suffix Chaudhari use as their surname (last name).
In haryana some Telis who have different configurations of rajputs and jats and others who had adopted this profession upon conversion to Islam during different periods. Malik Muslim Teli association was established to work for their welfare more than a century ago since 1901. The blood line of the Teli tribes found in the Sialkot, Lahore and Gujranwala regions of Pakistan shows this fact. In these areas they are called Jungla and use Malik as a surname.
Telis are spread all over India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives and Nepal.