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Kunal flaunts chiseled back, ripped body and Shivaay tattoo during workout(Instagram/khemster2)

Kunal Kemmu flaunts chiseled back, ripped body and Om Namah Shivaay tattoo during Sunday workout

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Zarafshan Shiraz
UPDATED ON NOV 22, 2020 12:57 PM IST
Watch: Kunal Kemmu’s Sunday workout is sure to make fans’ jaws drop in awe and his all-brawn shirtless look in this video is to be blamed
Thanking the artist, Kunal Kemmu also explained his tattoo in detail.
Thanking the artist, Kunal Kemmu also explained his tattoo in detail.

Kunal Kemmu gets daughter Inaaya’s name inked on his body: ‘My little girl is and will always be a part of me’, see pic

PUBLISHED ON OCT 03, 2020 06:30 AM IST
Kunal Kemmu has shared a picture of his latest tattoo and it is all about his personal beliefs and love for daughter Inaaya Naumi. Check it out here.
Poetry of actors Rajesh Tailang and Divya Dutta adds rhythm to the rhyme of Hindi Diwas celebrations amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Poetry of actors Rajesh Tailang and Divya Dutta adds rhythm to the rhyme of Hindi Diwas celebrations amid Covid-19 pandemic.

Hindi Diwas: Poetic verses that capture positivity in pandemic

Hindustan Times | By Naina Arora, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON SEP 14, 2020 02:53 PM IST
Hindi, which is written in Devanagari script, was adopted as one of the official languages of India on September 14, 1949.
September 14 is observed as Hindi Diwas to commemorate the day the Constituent Assembly of India recognised and adopted Hindi as the official language of the Republic of India in 1949.(Pixabay)
September 14 is observed as Hindi Diwas to commemorate the day the Constituent Assembly of India recognised and adopted Hindi as the official language of the Republic of India in 1949.(Pixabay)

Hindi Diwas 2019: History, significance, date, and celebration of this day in India

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2019 10:43 AM IST
Hindi Diwas 2019: September 14 is observed as Hindi Diwas to commemorate the day the Constituent Assembly of India recognised and adopted Hindi as the official language of the Republic of India, in 1949.
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