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We have witnessed Supermoon, Bloodmoon, Total Lunar Eclipse and Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse and now one more celestial event is all ready to take place. The Strawaberry Moon, the first full moon after the Summer Solstice will appear on June 24th. In India, we can’t see the Strawberry Moon

The last full moon of the spring season and the beginning of the summer season is the Strawberry Moon. The northern hemisphere’s summer season began on Monday, when locations north of the equator experienced the year’s longest day.

The name of the celestial phenomenon comes from ancient American tribes who marked the full moon with the start of strawberry harvesting season. June’s full name is referred to by many names in various parts of the world. It’s known as the Rose Moon in Europe, as it coincides with rose harvesting. It is known as the Hot Moon in the Northern Hemisphere since it occurs at the start of the summer season north of the equator.

In contrast to the typical moon, which lasts for a day, the Strawberry moon will be visible in the night sky for more than a day. Between the Summer Solstice and the Equinox, there are usually three full moons. In 2021, however, there will be four such periods. Once in 20 years, the coincidence of the summer solstice with the Strawberry Moon takes place. One could witness Strawberry Moon in the night sky on June 24th, Buck Moon will be seen on July 24th, Sturgeon Moon comes on August 22 and Harvest Moon is on September 20th.

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This Is Must For People Visiting Eiffel Tower In France!

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The coronavirus pandemic has made many people restrict to their houses. Due to the COVID-19, many tourist spots have been remained closed. Slowly, some of the tourist places are opening. Now, those who want to visit the Eiffel Tower or visit French museums or movie theatres, they should have COVID-19. The new rule came into effect on Wednesday, so the tourists who came to Paris landmark lined up for quick virus tests at the site. Those who want covid-19 pass, they should show that they are either fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 or tested negative for deadly virus.

“The world is facing a new wave, and we must act,” Prime Minister Jean Castex said.

Masked personnel scan QR codes on digital health passes and validated printed vaccine or test certificates at the Eiffel Tower. Following a government decision, the pass requirement went into effect at cultural and tourist institutions in France on Wednesday.

Juan Truque, an accountant visiting from Miami, who is not vaccinated said that, “I wanted to come here with my mom so I had to take to the test to be able to travel. They are forcing you to wear face masks and do similar kinds of things that are some kind of impositions .. to me that are violations to your freedom.”

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IPS Officer’s Wife Won’t Allow Him To Do This!

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IPS officer Dr Sandeep Mittal’s tweet about his love for jalebis went viral on all social media platforms after his wife responded to his tweet. Everyone loved the way his wife has given answer, it is simply epic.

Sandeep Mittal wrote that he used to love jalebis a lot when he was young. He further added that he used to buy a single piece of the delicious jalebi for 25 paise. He used to think that he will buy many jalebis once he grows up, but now, the situation is completely different. He earns for himself but his wife doesn’t allow him eat jalebis.

On Twitter, Dr Sandeep Mittal shared a picture of jalebis and wrote in Hindi which is roughly translated as, “During my childhood days, jalebis were sold for 25 paise each. I used to think that I will eat 3-4 jalebis every day once I grow up and start earning. Now, I earn for myself but my wife doesn’t let me eat jalebis.”

After this tweet, his wife Dr. Richa Mittal said, “You Come Home Today”. The post went viral and comments section is filled with funny lines.

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See How Mumbai Based RJ Dealing With Her Husband’s Sudden Death!

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It is not so easy to accept the truth of our beloved’s death. Mumbai based RJ Rohini Ramnathan expressed her feeling on how she is dealing with the sudden death of her husband after four years of their marriage. She took to her social media and shared her story. She wrote, “I met Kaushik through common friends. Being an RJ, I had a penchant for storytelling while he was a writer; we hit it off immediately. I just didn’t want the night to end. So we exchanged numbers and started meeting more often.”

She further added that, “Before long, we were dating. He became my best friend; we were that couple who’d complete each other’s sentences. And so, after 3 years of being together, when he asked me to marry him, I said ‘yes’! I was so happy to be with him; we travelled, kissed under the Eiffel Tower and lived in love. We’d often dream of relocating to New York– it was his favourite city. But we never got to live that dream because 4 years after we got married, Kaushik passed away… It was all so sudden, the news shook me.”

She also wrote, “I kept thinking, ‘Why him?’ I thought it’d be simple– I’d found the one and we’d live happily ever after. So, when this happened, I didn’t know how to be. I’d usually go to Kaushik for advice, but he wasn’t there… I was feeling so many emotions– shock, pain, denial, anger and then I just became numb. I wanted to block everything. Thankfully, his parents and mine, simply let me be and grieve in my own way.”

She added, “So, after 14 days of mourning, I drowned myself in work. I started shooting again and my interviews resumed. Often I’d hear people say, ‘How is she smiling so soon? ‘Is she already done grieving him?’ What people didn’t know was that while I was putting on a tough exterior during the day, every night when I’d return to an empty house, I’d break down. This went on for 10 months before I said to myself, ‘You need help.’ I sought therapy and it took months before I started feeling like myself again. But even then, building a life without Kaushik was tough. Even something as simple as picking out a couch was hard because these were decisions we’d take together. And every time I filled out a form, I had to be conscious about choosing ‘single’ instead of ‘married’. But the toughest was my time in New York. I went there to understand why he loved the city so much. Being there was like living the future we could never have; I hated it. But it was also important because being there made me embrace my emotions instead of blocking them out. Slowly, I started putting myself first; I knew Kaushik would have wanted that.  Over time, I started finding him in the little things– when I cracked a joke I knew he would get, in poetry, and in the first bite of rasam-chawal, his favourite. And I still celebrate him. Every year on his birthday, his parents and I spend the day at an orphanage; Kaushik loved kids.”

She ended the note, “It’s been 4 years since he left us and a lot has changed since but even today, if I’m stuck, I think about what he’d say and do exactly that. We couldn’t have a forever but in our 7 years together, Kaushik gave me memories to last a lifetime. And they’ll keep me going until the day I meet him again.”

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