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Real Life Family Of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah

Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma which went on air on 28 July 2008 become one of the most loved television comedy show.The light hearted family show secured a special place in the hearts of the Indian TV audience of all age groups with its fun and family oriented plot.In all these years this Gokuldham society has become a major part of our family and all credits goes to its stars who do justice to the characters they play. You are well aware of the onscreen families of these stars but today we will introduce the real life families of the stars.Here are the pictures.

1. Taarak Mehta


Indian television actor, anchor and writer Shailesh Lodha aka Tarak Mehta with his real-life beautiful wife Swati and cute daughter.

2. Anjali Taarak Mehta


Neha Mehta aka Anjali Mehta with her entire family.

3. Jetha Lal


Most famous television character Jethalal Gada aka Dilip Joshi Born into a Gujarati family from Porbandar.Dilip is married to Jaymala Joshi.The couple have 2 children Son Ritwik and Daughter Neeyati.

4. Daya


TV Actress and probably Indias favorite Daya bhabhi aka Disha Vakani got married with  Mumbai based Businessman CA Mayur Padiya in Mumbai on 24 November 2015.Sunder aka Mayur Vakani who play brother character of Daya onset are real-life sibling of Disha.

5. Champak Jayantilal Gada


Champaklal Jayantilal Gada aka Amit Bhatt has a magical power.Amit Bhatt is just  40 years old  and it is smaller than Jethalal.He stays in Mumbai with his wife and  twin sons.He was very active in theater in his school and college.

Lanka Was Set On Fire, Ravana Also Died, But Ever Wondered What Happened To Mandodari?

You must have heard the legend of Ramayana. The legend that speaks of the victory of pure over evil. You must also remember what happened, right?

So let me ask you a few questions. Do you remember Lord Rama? Sita? Ravana? Vibhashana? Okay, okay, don’t get angry. Obviously, you do remember them all. But do you remember Mandodari?

It took you a minute to remember her, right? Let me help. Mandodari was Ravana’s wife. After everything that happened to Lanka and Ravana, do you ever thought what happened to Mandodari?

Well, if you don’t know then don’t worry. That’s what I am here for. Today in this article, I am going to tell you about the agony of Mandodari.

According to the legend, Mandodari was a beautiful, pious and moral woman who always guided and advised her husband to do the righteous thing.

She always requested Ravana to send Sita back to Lord Rama. But what happened to her when Ravana died? What did she do then? Here’s what happened, but let’s start from the beginning.

Apsara Madhura and Lord Shiva’s story.

Once Madhura, a religious fairy visited Mount Kailasha. There she saw Lord Shiva and in the absence of Goddess Parvati, she started attracting him.

Goddess Parvati’s curse.

When Goddess Parvati arrived, she saw Lord Shiva’s bhasma on Madhura’s body. AngryGoddess Parvati cursed Madhura, turned her into a frog and sent her to live in a well for next 12 years.

Lord Shiva requested Goddess Parvati.

Lord Shiva requested Goddess Parvati for reducing her curse. She agreed and said, “She will turn into her original form, after 12 years of strict penance.”

Meanwhile, Mayasura and wife Hema were praying for a daughter.

Mayasura, King of Asuras and his wife Hema were praying longed for a daughter. The pair had two sons Mayavi and Dundubhi and after a long wait, they were willing to have a daughter.

Mayasura and Hema decided to sit on a strict compensation as a form of prayer to the Lords. At the same point, Madhura’s curse came to an end.

Madhura became Mandodari.

Later, when the pair was busy in completing their penance, Madhura turned into her original self and wailed for help. The pair who was busy in their penance heard Madhura’s cry and ran to rescue her from the well. Later, Mayasura and Hema adopted Madhura and named her as Mandodari.
And from here Mandodari’s story begins…

Mandodari and Ravana’s story.

Once, Ravana visited Mayasura’s place and saw Mandodari. He was attracted to her and asked Mayasura permission to marry his daughter. But Mayasura denied. Later, in fear of Ravana and his faith in Lord Shiva,Mandodari agreed for the marriage. She bore him three sons, Meghanada, Atikaya and Akshayakumara.

She was a righteous woman who always guided her husband to the right path.

Knowing about the curse that one day Lord Rama will kill Ravana, Mandodari begged Ravana to send Sita back. But he denied. She fulfilled all her duties of being a wife. She stood by her husband when he went to the battle, even though when she knew the fate.

Vibhishana was crowned as the new king of Lanka.

After Ravana’s death, Lord Rama advisedVibhishana to rule Lanka and take the kingdom forward to growth. He was also advised to marry Mandodari. Lord Rama reminded Mandodari of her duties as a queen.

But later when Lord Rama along with Sita and others, returned to Ayodhya, Mandodari disconnected herself from the outside world.

But as an act of statesmanship…

Later Mandodari decided to return to Lanka and married Vibhishana. She then guided the kingdom to the right path.

There are many theories regarding Mandodari.

The world speaks of many theories regarding Mandodari. One of them states that Sita was Mandodari’s daughter. But there isn’t any proof to this story.

Tracing The History of Lingerie

In France “lingerie” applies to all undergarments for both genders

Sexy lingerie. Erotic lingerie. Naughty lingerie. Hot lingerie. Fantasy lingerie.

Black lingerie. Holiday lingerie. The ins and outs to gift wrap your lover.

“Lingerie” comes from the Old French word “lingerie” meaning linen, and is defined as

women’s underwear and night clothes. In France “lingerie” applies to all undergarments for both genders. In the U.S. and England “lingerie” applies to women’s undergarments, solely created to be erotic or visually pleasing, using the like of silk and lace, and does not apply to sensible cotton underclothes.

The history of lingerie.

The concept of lingerie being visually pleasing is a relatively recent one. The glamorization of lingerie really only started in the 1960’s. The concept of sexy lingerie began to develop and by the sexual revolution of the 1970’s really took off. Interestingly, the 1960’s also saw feminists burning their bras. The feminists were convinced that women’s undergarments were created “to impose control and order of the fairer sex”.

In the first half of the 20th Century, women’s undergarments had 3 purposes: modesty, hygiene, and to alter the female form through the use of corsets, girdles, and bras. They were often large, bulky, extremely uncomfortable and often very physically restraining. By the 1950’s undergarments were becoming smaller and more form fitting.

The Corset. From the 16th to 19th Century various devices were used to squeeze women’ waists to astonishing measurements of 16-17 inches. Note that Kate Moss, Jennifer Anniston, and Heather Locklear all list their waist measurements as 23 inches. The envied hourglass shape was achieved by compressing the body at the middle and literally transferring the flesh from the waist to the breasts and hips.

The Girdle. During the 1920’s the corset was slowly replaced by the girdle. These were more comfortable and less extreme. The girdle was considered an essential item, both for respectability and modesty. The girdle was designed to give a smoother more appealing line to the woman’s shape. The bottom of the girdle had fasteners on it to clip onto stockings to keep them up. By the 1960’s the girdle was replaced by the panty girdle and then again by control top pantyhose.

The Brassiere. There is some disagreement as to when and who invented the bra. Mary Phelps Jacob held the first patent, Feb 12, 1914, which contained the French word “brassiere”. Her invention was backless and held in place with straps that wrapped around the body and tied in the front. It was designed to be worn with backless evening gowns, hiding the top of the corset in front. However, earlier, on Jan 10, 1876, a patent was lodged by Olivia P.Flynt, claiming to be “specially designed as a bust support and improver”.

Underpants. Aka undies, smalls, panties (U.S.), knickers (U.K.), bloomers, briefs, gorgeous gussies, and scanties. Until the 1940’s the only purpose of the “bloomers” was to protect and keep the outer garments clean. They were not sexy or attractive and were designed only to be functional. Until the 1950’s underpants covered parts of the thigh. When the thigh covering disappeared, the US term of the “panty” was created. However, these were large, baggy, unattractive and white. Think “granny panties”. Gradually, the panty became more colorful and smaller, with string panties emerging in the 1960’s. Panties became an icon of sexuality once manufacturers started to use satin, lace and silk.

Modern Lingerie.

Nowadays, thankfully for all concerned, lingerie has become a lot easier on the eye. L lingerie has become a favored boudoir pick-me-up. Guys love the visual stimulation and girls love the fact that they can highlight their best attributes and conceal any worries. A true win-win sexual situation.

Terminology. Here is a lowdown on all those confusing terms.

Baby doll. A highly eroticized item. A short negligee that normally ends about 6 inches above the knee, although the length can vary. They are often see through and made of nylon, chiffon or silk. Trimmings include fur, lace ruffles, bows, ribbons and spaghetti straps. The baby doll was made popular by the 1956 movie of the same name. Due to its flattering cut, the baby doll is possibly the most popular of the erotic lingerie range. It has the ability to be trashy, naughty, see through, sensual or elegant. A sure-fire winner for him and her.

Bodysuit. An all-in-one leotard like a garment which has snap fasteners at the crotch. Bodysuits are skin tight and give a smooth line. They can also provide shaping support. Stretch lace bodysuits, in either black or skin tone, can be astonishingly seductive as well as practical. Equally suitable for the full figure and the svelte.

Bras. Unless you are certain of the size, can be tricky buying for someone else. Many styles, designs, and fabrics to select from to showcase a girl’s most obvious sexual attribute.

Bridal. Traditionally made in cream or white. Bridal lingerie is usually meant to be both elegant and sexy. Wedding lingerie is often made from silk, satin or lace.

Bustier. A form-fitting, sleeveless, strapless item that ends at the waist. The primary purpose of the bustier is to push up the bust. Bustiers often lace up, or have fasteners up the front, with the bosoms perched over the top. The bustier is the ideal sexy lingerie for the girl looking for support or to boost the appearance of her breasts. Bustiers can also come in black leather which is perfect for kinky and fetish lingerie.

French Maid Outfit. Wildly popular in the fantasy lingerie range. They are usually based on the black and white French maid’s afternoon uniform of the 19th Century. The typical outfit is very short, trimmed with frilled white lace, and comes with a tiny white apron. The outfit should be short enough to reveal knickers (or not) when she bends over. Feather dusters, maid hair caps, and cuffs are all great extras. This naughty lingerie should be worn with black fishnet stockings and black high heels. Perfect for the couple who enjoys a little play-acting.

Knickers. Crotch less lingerie, edible knickers, g string, see through, leather and luxury designer panties are all out there to keep the interest up. A flash of these during the evening will stop the television going on!

Merry Widow. Also known as a corselette. This is a short strapless corset with half-cup bra and long garters attached to keep the stockings up. This outfit was made in 1952 for the Merry Widow movie starring Lana Turner.

Naughty and Nice. This is a 3-piece outfit containing matching baby doll, knickers, and peignoir. Fairly self-explanatory name, I guess.

Negligee. The word “negligee” comes from the French word “negligent” which means to neglect or overlook. However, I don’t think there would be much neglection when she is wearing one of these. In the 1920’s the negligee started to copy the slinky single layer evening gowns which were in fashion at that time. The forerunner to sensual and erotic nightwear, negligees are made from sheer or semi-translucent fabrics and adorned with lace and or bows. Negligees are perfect seductive lingerie for all body types including the plus size.

Peignoir. A floor length night gown. They are usually made of chiffon and are sheer. Although they are usually sold with matching knickers, they are often worn without. This is the perfect intimate lingerie for the girl who is self-conscious about her legs.

Stockings and Garter Belts. The ultimate indicator for a guy that this is going to be a hot date! A tantalizing glimpse of these and he will be putty in a girl’s hand. The quick and easy access to the genital area seems to promise sexual spontaneity. The most popular color for the garter belt is red or black. While stockings come in all colors and designs, the two most desirable styles are the back seamed and the fishnet, both in black. Hot sexy lingerie at its most effective.

Teddy. A camisole and knickers all in one, usually with snap fasteners at the crotch. These can be tricky to purchase in the correct size due to body length differences. Unless it is made of stretch lace, this is one item that should be tried on before purchasing. Often perceived to be fine or luxury lingerie, especially when made in silk.

Where to purchase adult lingerie.

In this day and age, there is no need to be embarrassed about being spotted in the adult shop. Most department stores have a range of tame sensual lingerie. Lingerie boutiques have whole racks devoted to sexy lingerie. For the shyer folk, there are lingerie catalogs and numerous online sites where you can peruse to your heart’s content. The mail order and website companies normally send your items in plain unmarked boxes.