Wednesday, 31 July 2013

India from 1858-2013



       India a place well known as Veda Bhoomi. The Vedas, Upanishads, Vedic Knowledge, Vedic Philosophy, Vedic Spirituality, Yoga and Meditation are gifts of India to the entire world. These are the gifts of Veda Bhoomi, Bharat(India). It is the land of different cultures, traditions and religions. The origin of OMKARAM the source of science,sound,light is from Veda Bhoomi.



Greatness of our Mother Land India which the entire world knows:-



  • Aryabhatta has invented “zero” – The world might forgot him, but we named after his name for the first satellite we launched
  • We never declared a state of war against any country in the last 1000 years – We are the landmark for peace and sacrifice.
  • The first university in entire world is established at Takshashila(700BC). It accommodated almost 10,500 students who has come for education also Nalanda University is established in 400BC
  • Our Ancient Language Sanskrit is the most supported language of computer as per the FORBES press publication
  • Our Recent advancement in the plastic surgery is performed by Susrutha 2600 years before.
  • According to Sindhu Civilization Preparing Maps of the Countries is started and the name navigation is kept according to the Sanskrit word Navagathihi(నవగతిః)
  • The value of “pi” according to Pythogras theory is firstly found by an Indian
  • Till 1896, India is the only country in world which is involved in the Export and Import of Diamonds.
  • Jagadeesh Chandra Bose is the person who is founder of Radio Signals before Marconi.
  • Chess the game of wars is invented in India.
  • Sindhu Civilization is in existence in the age when the Europeans are still living in forests.
  • Chanakya is the author of Arthasastra(Economics). He is a professor at the Takshasila University.

 Once a visitor of the current Great Britain visited India and below is his comments in simple-




       As said by one foreigner (Britisher) who has come as a trader to visit India, our country is divided and ruled. Firstly they requested as a servants to trade in India and later used our weak points as a greater weapons against us. 

We were ruled by the foreigners from 1858-1947 and the only thing which lead for this is lack of unity among us. 


        Many kings who fought with courage against the foreigners lost their kingdoms only because of the betrayal they faced from the same country men and also due to not having support from other kingdoms in India.


 They have divided our country to 8 provinces for ruling convenience. They are :-

1.      Assam
2.      Bengal( Bangladesh, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa)
3.      Bombay ( Sindh, Maharastra, Karnataka and Gujarat)
4.      Burma
5.      Central Provinces ( Madhya Pradesh and chattisgarh)
6.      Madras ( Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka)
7.      Punjab ( Punjab province, Islamabad capital territory,Punjab, Haryana, himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, Delhi)
8.      United Provinces( Uttar Pradesh and Uttarkhand)



Minor Provinces
1.      Ajmer 2. Andaman and Nicobar Islands 3. British Baluchistan 4. Coorg
5.      North west Frontier Province

           We have worked hard to get our nation back into our hands. While leaving also a dispute between the religions is encouraged by britishers and it has become the cause of separate country pakistan. After, we have ruled our own country for about 66 years till 2013 , now we made our country into 29 small pieces as of today with the separation of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh. We will never understand why the people of same culture want to separate in these scientific days also. Everyone of us wants to visit the foreign countries and will mingle with any kind of people there, but ignores our own native people who are our brothers and sisters and never want to be with them. We fight for water, food, cloth and money as usual. On seeing our current situation ,if Mahatma Gandhi exist he might said we were ruled better by an Foreigner. How shameful to listen and live after such statements.


We missed a small story which we might have listened in our mothers lap- Once, an old man was very ill and lay dying in his bed. He had four sons who were al­ways fighting with each other. He always worried about them and wanted to teach them a lesson and asked his sons to come to him. When they came, the old man gave them a bundle of sticks and said, “Can you break these sticks?”

         The first son tried to break the bundle but nothing hap­pened. He tried very hard and finally gave up. Then it was the turn of the second son to try his luck. He thought it would be an easy task and picked up the sticks easily. He tried his best to break the sticks but nothing happened. Then, the third son tried to break the bundle of sticks, but he couldn’t do anything either.


        Meanwhile, the youngest son jeered at his brothers and thought they were very incom­petent. He thought he was very clever and took one stick at a time and easily broke all of them.

         The old father then smiled at his sons and said, “Children, do you understand what hap­pened? It is always easy to break the sticks one by one. But when they are bundled to‑ gether, none of you could break them. In the same way. you four brothers should always be together. No one will be able to hurt you then.” The four brothers realised what their father was trying to teach them and forgot all their enmity and learnt that unity is strength.
From that day onwards, they never fought with each other and lived together in peace and harmony.


Today’s politician might be in a thought that they should protect their existence on all costs, might forget that they are also from India and want to break our country to pieces. But we as the young Indians should never encourage them. We should understand the unity of nation and uniqueness of our mother land. If encouraged one day these many small states might ask for a new country in separate.

                   *** Bharat Maataki Jai***






















Tuesday, 30 July 2013

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నాగుండె లో



                                              

నాగుండె లో  నీవుండిపోవా  నా కళ్ళ లో  దాగుండిపోవా ...
చిరుగాలిలా  వచ్చి గుడిగంటలేకొట్టి  
మన ప్రేమనే చాటవా 

నా హృదయం ప్రతివైపు వెతికింది నీకోసమేలె 
నా  నయనం ఎటువైపు చూస్తున్న నీరూపమేలే 
నీ .. పాటలో  పల్లవే కావాలి 
నా.. యదలో కథ లే మది లో పాడాలి 
నీకళ్ళలో  నన్నుండిపోనీ నీగుండెలో రాగాన్ని కానీ 
సిరి  వెన్నెలై  వచ్చి కను రెప్పలె తెరచి 
మన ప్రేమనే చూపని 

ఏ  నిమిషం  మొదలైనదొ  గా ని మన ప్రేమ గాద 
ప్రతి నిమిషం సరికొత్త  గా వుంది ఇ తీపి బాధ 
యీ .. దూరమే దూరమై పోవాలి 
నీ జతలో  బ్రతుకే నది ల సాగాలి 
నీకళ్ళలో  నన్నుండిపోనీ నీగుండెలో రాగాన్ని కానీ 
చిరుగాలిలా  వచ్చి గుడిగంటలే కొట్టి 
మన ప్రేమనే చాటవా 

Kedarnath



Om Namah Shivaya- Kedarnath is one of the holiest hindu temples dedicated to god shiva and is located on the Garhwal Himalayan range near the Mandakini river in kedarnath, Uttarkhand in India. Temple is located at an height of 3,583m(11,755ft). The structure is believed to have been constructed in 8th century AD.



Among the twelve JyotirLingas of Bhagwan Shankara, the one at Kedarnath is located in the snow-covered area of the Himalayas. This JyotirLinga can be visited only during six months in a year.The climatic conditions allows to open temple between the end of April( Akshay Trutiya) to Kartheeka Purnima( the autumn full moon, usually November) every year. It is also one of the four major sites in India’s Chota char dham pilgrimage of northern Himalayas.


During the month of Karthik, due to snowfall, Sri Kedareshwar idol is brought out of the temple after lighting a ghee lamp, “Nanda Deepa”. Then the temple is closed for the winter. From the month of Karthik to Chaitra Sri Kedareshwar’s abode is shifted to the Urvi Math, which is in the valley. In the month of Vaishakh, when the temple doors are opened the lamp “Nanda Deepa” still keeps burning. People come to see this glorious lamp and the Shiva devotees consider themselves blessed.



Myth

After the war of Kurukshetra, the Pandvas set out on a yatra to Varanasi in order to be blessed by Lord Shiva and be absolved from the sin of killing their own brothers-the kauravas. Lord Shiva, unwilling to give darshan to the Pandvas, fled from Kashi to Uttrakhand and lived in Guptakashi. 


             On being detected by the Pandvas, Shiva went to Kedarnath, but the Pandavas followed him. He assumed the form of a bull and started grazing amongst the cattle, but even then could not escape detection by the Pandavas, At dust, when it was time for the cattle to return home, Bhim stretched his legs across the mountains (standing on either side of the Kedarnaath Valley) in order to identify Shiva. All the cattle passed under his legs except Shiva, whom Bhim noticed. As Bhim bent down to catch hold of him, Shiva sank into the earth and only his back portion (the hump) was taken in Bhim's hand. The face portion is in Nepal known as Pasupathinath temple. Shiva being pleased with the determination of the Pandavas, exonerated them from their sin, gave them darshan and requested them to worship his hump, when a glorious Jyotirlinga appeared. It is from that date the hump of Shiva worshipped in the Temple of Sri Kedarnath-in the conical Shiva pinda form.


Around the main Kedarnath temples, there are many holy places. At the back, there is the Samadhi of Shankarachrya. A little further up, there is dangerous cliff called Bhariguptan (Bhairav Udan). One has to pass through dreadful, and life threatening circumstances. But what one gets is not Mrityu (Death) but Moksha (Salvation). On all the eight sides of the temple, there are eight shrines.
In short, it is to say that in order to visit Kedarnath, JyotirLinga, one has to go through a treacherous route. But when people are determined and dedicated, they never get tired. Every one keeps chanting Jay Kedarnath! Jay Kedarnath!!


 
Srimat Shankaracharya praised Lord Shiva thus: 

mahAdripArshve cha taTe ramantaM sampUjyamAnaM satataM munIndraiH |
surAsurairyaxa mahoragADhyaiH kedAramIshaM shivamekamIDe ||

Meaning:
Oh Lord, who resides in the great heights of Himalayas, oh Lord, thou, who art worshipped forever by saints, Hermits, Demons, Gods, Yakshas and Maha Nag (giant snakes), I bow and offer millions of Pranams. 



Science Behind

Chaujar’s findings suggest that the Kedarnath temple remained submerged in ice or in the glacier for at least 400 years. It survived due to its sturdy construction. Striations on the wall of the temple, that could have formed when the glacier moved around the structure, further support the theory. 

It is believed that large amounts of water flowed down from the Chorabari lake formed by the melt of the glacier.  This was worsened by excessive rains in Uttarakhand. Chaujar says that most of the water came down from the left channel. This put the Kedarnath settlement at risk as the river was at a higher level compared to the settlement. While photographs show the hotels and residences around the temple are destroyed and the area buried in rubble, the temple itself seems to not have incurred much damage.

The fact that the Kedarnath temple survived the period of submergence in ice for 400 years suggests that the temple would survive episodes like the present flooding, says Chaujar.

The glacier on each side has a snout from where water trickles down to form the river Mandakini. The river receives most of its water from the right snout which is at 3,865 m above sea level. The left snout at 3,835 m also feeds the Mandakini, whose main channel flows about 100 m northwest of the Kedarnath temple. 


Studies indicate that until a few years ago, the basin area of the glacier was about 38 sq km, with the glacier occupying 15 sq km. The glacier has advanced and retreated several times over centuries of climatic variation and its dimension may have been altered.


            *** OM NAMAH SHIVAYA ***

Monday, 29 July 2013

Dwaraka -- "The city of Gold"




             Dwaraka- the city of gold a sacred place ruled by Lord Shri Krishna, named after the meaning “many gated[city]” in sanskrit sub merged by the Arabian Sea 3,500 years ago. It is mentioned in many Sanskrit epics including the Mahabharat, Harivansha, Bhagavat puranam, skanda puraanam and the Vishnu Puraanam. It is one among the seven holy cities(Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya, Kasi, Kanchi, Avanthika, Puri, Dvaravati) of India. It is also one of the holiest cities in Hinduism and one of the char dham along with ShriBadrinath, Shri Jagannath Puri, Shri Rameshwaram. It is located in the Jamnagar district of Gujarat state. The city lies in the westernmost part of India. The city is relatively flat region at sea level, having an average elevation of 0 metres.




            Everyone has tried to understand Lord Krishna in his own way, according to his spiritual light or vision. The Yogis considered Lord Krishna to be the absolute truth, the Gopikas the highest object of love, the warriors as an ideal hero, Kamsa as an object of fear and Sisupala as an object of hate. The divine love of Radha Krishna is an example till today for Love.






Dwarakadish temple:- This temple is built by king vajra the grand son of Lord Krishna in 6th century. It is a five storied temple. There are two gate-ways , one is Swarga dwar where piligrims enter and exit through Moksha Dwar. From the temple a view of sangam(confluence) of Gomathi river flowing towards the sea. In Dwarka, there are also shrines for Vasudeva, Devaki, Balarama and Revathi, Subhadra, rukmini, Jambavathi and Satyabhama devi.
 Nageshwara Jyotirlinga one of the 12 holy shrines of shiva, is located near Dwaraka.




Dwaraka city was built by Vishwakarma, the architect of demigods on the order of Lord Krishna at a site selected by the divine Eagle Garuda. The divine architect wanted to reclaim some land from the sea and the task could be completed only if Samudra deva, the lord of sea accepts to his proposal. Lord Krishna worshipped samudra deva, who gave them land measuring 12 yojanas and the Vishwakarma built dwaraka, a city of gold.


            It had six well-organized sectors, residential and commercial zones, wide roads, plazas, palaces and many public utilities. A hall called "Sudharma Sabha" was built to hold public meetings. The city also boasted having the possession of a good sea harbour. The city had 700,000 palaces made of gold, silver and other precious stones. Each one of Lord Krishna's wives had her own palace. Besides this, the city had beautiful gardens filled with flowers of all seasons and beautiful lakes.





Short Story of Lord Krishna :)



As per the Hindu Mythology, Lord Krishna is born as the eight incarnation of the supreme god Shri Maha Vishnu.Kamsa the king of Mathura knowing of the fact that he is going to get killed by the child of his sister prisons them and kills the newly born babies. when Lord Krishna is born in prison his father Vasudev escape him to Repalley by crossing the Yamuna river overnight. 


Knowing about this Kamsa sends various demons to kill him continuously. Lord Krishna's childhood is completely filled with his mother Yashodas love.


In childhood only Lord krishna kills many demons and shows many magical powers to his people.He also gives vimukthi to the cursed Gandharvas( Nalkubera and Manigriva) by emerging out of the trees As Krishna lives in Mathura his people used to suffer due to demons.


 He protects his people from the serpentine Kaliya which lives in Yamuna river. Later on the request of the serpentine wives leaves it on mercy and orders to live in sea.


When he grows young he learns all the Dharmaneethi near his guru Sandipani.Later  Krishna kills kamsa and becomes the king of Mathura.

 Jarasandh, the king of Magadh had emerged as the most powerful and ambitious king of the time. Since Lord Krishna is a very strong opponent to him he decides to target the Yadavas and launches a series of raids on them. Lord Krishna thinks to wait for the end of  Jarasandh till Mahabharat War and as a first task thought a way to secure his countrymen. Hence they build a city near to the Western Coast of India which is Dwaraka and the people are moved to a place far beyond the reach of Jarasandh. 


Lord Krishna Stands on the side of Pandavas during Mahabharath war without weapon and plays a vital role as the rider(saradhi) of Arjuna. He consoles him when he drops his Bow and Arrow showing his inefficiency to fight his elders, teaches the Bhagavadgita to him.


 After the defeat of kauravas , lord krishna makes Dharmaraj as king and leaves to dwaraka.

Later the people of Krishna insults a sage who has powers to predict and say the gender of the child to whom a pregnant gives birth. One of them named Sambudu acts as a pregnant and asks him for the prediction when sage curses them that he will give birth to a log(musalam). Lord Krishna knowing of this curse advices the people to rub it till last piece as it will be a threat to their race. As cursed the yadava give birth to a log and people of dwaraka starts rubbing at the sea shore, they neglects a small piece of the log. A hunter carries the remains of log with him making an arrow out of it. Lord Krishna sleeps in a yard when this hunter aims at his leg thinking it as a deer. Lord Krishna’s life is in the little finger of his leg and when it is hit he too completes his avatar and the powerful dark bodied kali Age descended. This story is given at Puri Jagannath Article.

After Krishna left the earth for Vaikuntam, the major Yadava leaders were killed in disputes among them and Balaram also sacrifices himself through yoga when the serpentine makes its journey towards the sea. Arjuna went to Dwaraka to bring Krishna’s grandsons and Yadava wives to Hastinapur for safety. Dwaraka being submerged  was witnessed by Arjun of the pandavas as per the Mahabharath’s Musal Parva.



Nidarshanam



Dwarka was attacked on the night of 7th sep 1965 by Pakistan Navy under Operation Dwarka. Pakistani vessels fired over the main temple of Dwarka for more than 20 minutes. The ships fired around 50 shells each. Interesting thing is nearly all shells remained unexploded.

The first clear historical record is dated 574 A.D. and occurs in the Palitana Plates of Samanta Simhaditya. This inscription refers to Dwaraka as the capital of the western coast of Saurashtra and still more important, states that Sri Krishna lived here.

The establishment of one of the four of his pithas at Dwaraka by Sankaracharya attests to the great religious sanctity the place must have attained by the eighth century A.D. 





Underwater Exploration



The first name we remember while discussing about the exploration of Dwarka, the city of gold is Dr.S.R.Rao. He took and extensive search for the submerged city along the coast from 1984-88 and finally succeeded in finding it out. From the structural remains in Dwarka and Bet Dwarka waters, it is possible to visualize that the city ports were large and well planned.

The reason for the dwarka city being submerged is explained comparing with the recent years experience where we have seen the catastrophic submarine earthquakes. They don’t affect the land directly but lead to huge waves that are meters tall and are capable of wiping out the cities in minutes just as described by Arjun of Pandavas about dwarka.





From the side of science Dr.S.R.Rao, the research head of the Dwarka stated –“ The findings in Dwarka and archeological evidence found are compatible with the Mahabharath tradition and removes the lingering doubt about the historicity of Mabharat. We would say that Krishna definitely Existed” .





        **Om Namo Krishna Namo Krishna- Krishna Krishna Namo Namo**


Saturday, 27 July 2013

K.S.Chithra



           


        K.S.Chithra a reputed playback singer in India. Her voice doesn’t require much Introduction in the entire world. She has made her record by singing above 26,000 songs till now in 13 languages. Singer Chitra born on 27th July 1963 in Thiruvananthapuram of kerala into a family of musicians and was named Krishnan Nair Shantakumari Chithra. 


              Today she is celebrating her 51st Birthday celebrations.She is famous for her songs in the languages Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Oriya, Tamil, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Badaga, Sanskrit, Tulu, Urdu and Punjabi. She is popularly and fondly referred as Chinna Kuyil( Little Nightingale of South India) or Keralathinte Vanambadi ( Nightingale of kerala). 


Chithra Family
           
Chithra’s talent was recognized and nurtured from an early age by her father, the late Krishnan Nair. He was also her first guru (teacher). Her elder sister K. S. Beena is also a singer who has performed in many films as a playback singer. 



Chithra received her extensive training in Carnatic music from Dr. K. Omanakutty, and got a Masters in Music from the University of Kerala. She was selected for the National Talent Search Scholarship from the Central Government from 1978–1984. She is married to Vijayashankar, an engineer and businessman and settled in Chennai.

Introduction

            She was introduced to Malayalam Playback singing by M.G. RadhaKrishnan in 1979. “Attahasam", "Snehapurvam Meera" and "Njaan Ekananu" were the first few films which she recorded her songs. 


         Along with K. J. Yesudas, she also performed live concerts in India and abroad and that was a turning point in her career. Veteran music directors such as Raveendran, Shyam, Jerry Amaldev, Kannoor Rajan and Johnson also helped climb her career ladder. She made her debut in the Tamil film industry through the song "Poojaikketra Poovithu" from the film Neethana Antha Kuyil, which was composed by Ilaiyaraaja. She was given the title 'Chinna Kuyil' after singing the song "Chinna Kuyil Paadum" from the 1985 released film "Poove Poochudava". It was director Fazil who cast her for this.

            Later she might just remember the first step on this career ladder but no time for counting these steps. She became the busiest singer in many languages. She has been accredited as the only female singer to have sung the maximum number of songs for the Academy Award winning composer 
A.R.Rahman for his Tamil film songs.


Awards

            She is a winning singer who has made her mark in the Indian film Industry by six National film awards. This is the highest number of national awards awarded to any female playback singer. She has won the kerala state Film award for best singer 15 times. She is the only person to win kerala state film awards most number of times in a row for 11 times.


 She has won almost 77 awards in her career till now, among them few milestones are

Civilian Award
2005 - Padma Shri - India's fourth highest civilian honor

Special Honour:
· 1997 – Kalaimamani AwardTamil nadu Government
· 2011 – Honorary Doctorate – Sathyabhama University,Tamil nadu
· 2011 – Bharath Ratna Lata Mangeshkar Award – Andhra Pradesh Government for Cultural Council.


National Film Awards:

· 1986 – Best Female Playback Singer – Song: "Padariyen Padippariyen, Naan Oru Sindhu" (Sindhu Bhairavi, Tamil)
· 1987 – Best Female Playback Singer – Song: "Manjal Prasadavum" (Nakhakshathangal, Malayalam)
· 1989 – Best Female Playback Singer – Song: "Indupushpam Choodi Nilkum Raathri" (Vaishali, Malayalam)
· 1996 – Best Female Playback Singer – Song: "Maana Madurai" (Minsaara Kanavu, Tamil)
· 1997 – Best Female Playback Singer – Song: "Payalein Chun Mun" (Virasat, Hindi)
·2004 – Best Female Playback Singer – Song: "Ovvoru Pookalume" (Autograph, Tamil) 

Filmfare Awards South:
· 2004: Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu – "Nuvvostanante" (Varsham)
· 2006: Best Female Playback Singer – Malayalam – "Kalabham Tharam" (Vadakkumnathan)
· 2006: Best Female Playback Singer – Kannada – "Araluva Hoovugale" (Autograph)
· 2008: Best Female Playback Singer – Malayalam – "Oduvil Oru" (Thirakkatha)
· 2009: Best Female Playback Singer – Malayalam – "Kunnathe Konnakyum" (Pazhassiraja)
Bollywood Movie Awards:
· 2004 – Best Playback Singer Female – "Koi Mil Gaya" (Koi Mil Gaya)

Star Screen Awards:
· 1998 – Best Female Playback – "Payale Chummun" (Virasat)

Other Awards:
· 2012 – Thikkurissy Award for Best Female Playback Singer – "Naattuvazhiyorathe" (Khaddama)
· 2013 – Maa Music Award for Best Duet Song – "Nee Choopule" with Haricharan (Endukante... Premanta! Telugu Film )
· 2013 - K P Brhamanandan Memorial Awards for Best Female Singer (2013)