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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

My diary 30 th July 2013



Refreshed today the following concert Nos 228, 243, 260, 267, 274, 276, 280, 295 under the label "Concerts"

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Amazing 3D drawing

Saturday, July 27, 2013

My diary - 27th July 2013



Refreshed the following concert Nos 91, 94, 129, 155, 159, 166, 180, 183, 255 under the label "Concerts" 

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Concert No 376 - M.S.Subbulakshmi



Download 01-Gananadane-Saranga.mp3
Download 02-Vandadum Solai-Harikamboji.mp3
Download 03-Ekkalithilum-Poorvikalyani.mp3
Download 04-Thillai Sababthikku-Abohi.mp3
Download 05-Sarananm Sarnam-Sowrashtram.mp3
Download 06-Parathpara-Vachaspathi.mp3
Download 07-Muruga Muruga-Saveri.mp3
Download 08-Arthapiravi-Sankarabaranam-Thani.mp3
Download 09-Sompai-Ahiri.mp3
Download 10-Rtp-Keeravani.mp3
Download 11-Akhilandeswari-Dwijavanthi.mp3
Download 12-Alive Enthu Chai-Kuranji.mp3
Download 13-Asai Padar-Nadnamakriya.mp3
Download 14-Thillana-Danasree.mp3
Download 15-Vadavaraiyai-Ragamalika.mp3
Download 16-Mythrim Bhajatha.mp3
Download 17-Vazhia Senthamiz.mp3

...that if you think you have nothing to lose, you win. If
you think you have something to win, you lose.

It all drives to motivation. Why are you doing what you
are doing right now? To avoid loss? To achieve gain?
Wrong reason both times. Life is not about win-and-lose.
Life is about being or not being, expressing or not
expressing, who you are.

Don't do things for personal benefit. And don't do things
to avoid personal damage. Do things to feel personal
authenticity. Then your life will make sense, no matter
what is going on around you.


thinkloud

Concert No 375 - Dr. Balamuralikrishna



Download 01 Sri Ganapathee=Sourastram.mp3
Download 02 Sri Saraswati=Arabi.mp3
Download 03 Radha namida=Hamirkalyani.mp3
Download 04 Nee Sati Neeve=Chandrika.mp3
Download 05 Nagumomu=Aberi.mp3
Download 06 Sunadavinodin Bairavi=Ragam Tanam Pallavi.mp3
Download 07 Anugulavu Chinte=Abogi.mp3
Download 08 Tillana=Kadanakuduhalam.mp3
Download 09 Orunal Podumo=Ragamalikai.mp3
Download 10 Mangalam.mp3

..that caution is natural, but fear is not. Do not give in
to fear, yet do not abandon caution.

It is a balancing act. Caution is what causes you to look
both ways before crossing the street. Fear is what keeps
you frozen on the curb forever. You know the difference.
You can feel it.

If you're "stuck" right now, you're probably into fear.
Get out of there. You've already looked both ways. Now
cross the street, for heaven sake. The cars have long
since gone. The coast is clear. Your only obstacle now is
your own mind.

Refreshed 24th July 2013



Refreshed:

Anandha adhirvugal by Suki Sivam under the label "Spiritual"

Concert Nos 90, 93, 113, 161, 191, 199, 203, 250, 282 under the label " Concerts"

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Films Division Documentary on Music of India



Youtube keeps throwing up lovely surprises so often. Here is a an old documentary on the Music of India made in 1966. Some of the highlight are:

1. S Rajam with V Sethuramiah & Madras A Kannan singing Theritheeyakarada in Gowlipantu.
2. MLV singing Harismarane mado with Tiruvellore Subramaniam, RS Krishnamurthy Rao (?) and an unidentified Ghatam artiste.
3. A very very short clip of Ramnad Krishnan singing Parimala rangapate in Kambhoji with VL Vedagiri (?) and Coimbatore Ramaswamy Pillai (?)
4. A dance clip for Taye yashoda by Nirmala Ramachandran.

Some nice Hindustani clips showing Manik Verma singing malkauns and another, a young Pandit Jasraj singing Mia ki Malhar.

Unfortunately I am not able to identify all the artistes.

Special thanks to Veejay Sai for pointing out the link.
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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Good joke! Hope you will understand it !!


For those who can't follow Hindi:

No 1. Oh No. Plane is crashing, but we have only 4 parachutes

No 2. Dhoni: Indian team need me. So let me take one.

No 3.Ambani: I am the richest in India. So let me take one.

No 4,Raul Gandhi: My mother has promised to make me Prime Minister. So I will take the third.

No 5. Modi:. Dear child . You go! you are the future. So you take the last one.

Np 6. Girl: Sir you too come. Rahul Gandhi already jumped with my school bag

from the facebook

Do we have problem with riots or with Modi?




 WORST riot 1: 1947 Communal riots in Bengal | 5000-10000 Killed | Ruling
 party happened to be Congress

 Riot 2: 1969 | Communal riots in Ahmedabad | More than 512 Killed in the
 city. 3000 to 15000 range in the entire state | Riots for 6 months | Ruling
 party happened to be Congress

 Riot 3: Oct 1984 | Communal riots in Delhi | 2733 Killed | Ruling party
 Congress | Almost 100% casualty were Sikhs, which makes this a Rajiv Gandhi
 led genocide on India's minorities | Followed by “Big Tree falls”
 justification too from the Prime Minister!

 Riot 4: Feb 1983 | Communal violence in Nellie, Assam | 2000-5000 killed |
 PM – Indira Gandhi (Congress party) - India's worst slaughter of Muslims in
 any single riot (just 6 HOURS)

 Riot 5: 1964 Communal riots in Rourkela & Jamshedpur | 2000 Killed |
 Ruling party Congress

 Riot 6: August 1980 | Moradabad Communal riots | Approx 2000 Killed |
 Ruling Party Congress

 Riot 7: October 1989 | Bhagalpur, Bihar riots | 800 to 2000 killed |
 Ruling party Congress

 Riot 8: Dec 1992 - Jan 1993 | Mumbai, Maharashtra riots | 800 to 2000
 killed | Ruling party Congress

 Riot 9: April 1985 | Communal riots in Ahmedabad, Gujarat | At least 300
 Killed | Ruling party Congress

 Riot 10: Dec 1992 | Aligarh, UP | At least 176 killed | Ruling party
 Congress (President's rule)

 Riot 11: December 1992 | Surat, Gujarat | At least 175 killed | Ruling
 party Congress

 Riot 12: December 1990 | Hyderabad, AP | At least 132 killed | Ruling
 party Congress

 Riot 13: August 1967 | 200 Killed | Communal riots in Ranchi | Party
 ruling again Congress

 Riot 14: April 1979 | Communal riots in Jamshedpur, West Bengal | More
 than 125 killed | Ruling party CPIM (Communist Party)

 Riot 15: 1970 | Bhiwandi communal riots in Maharashtra | Around 80 killed
 | Ruling party Congress

 Riot 16: May 1984 | Communal riots in Bhiwandi | 146 Killed, 611 Inj |
 Ruling party Congress | CM – Vasandada Patil

 Riot 17: Apr-May 1987 | Communal violence in Meerut, UP | 81 killed |
 Ruling party Congress

 Riot 18: July 1986 | Communal violence in Ahmedabad, Gujarat | 59 Killed |
 Ruling party Congress

 why are we so obsessed with just 2002 Gujarat riots ? so what's it - lets
 be honest , do we have problem with riots or with Modi?****

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Concert No 374 - Semmangudi and M.S. Subbulakshmi



I am not sure the concert was in this order.

Download 01 E Nati Nomu- Bhairavi- Adi- Thyagaraja.mp3
Download 02 Ennaga Manasu- Nilambari- Adi- Thyagaraja.mp3
Download 03 Entarani- Harikambhoji- Adi- Thyagaraja.mp3
Download 04 Evari Mata -Kambhoji- Adi- Thyagaraja.mp3
Download 05 Itu Sahasamulu- Saindavi- Adi- Maharaja Swathi Thirunal.mp3
Download 06 Maye Tvam- Tarangini- Adi- Muthuswami Dikshitar.mp3
Download 07 moulav Ganga (slokam)- Appaya Dikshitar- Shiva Shiva Shivam .mp3
Download 08 Rama Nee Samanamevaru- Kharaharapriya -Rupakam- Thyagaraja.mp3
Download 09 Rave Himagiri (Swarajati)- Todi- Adi- Shyama Sastri.mp3
Download 10 Sakhiprana (javali) -Chechuruti- Adi- Dharmapuri Subbarayar.mp3
Download 11 Sree Lakshmi Varaham- Abhogi- Adi- Muthuswami Dikshitar.mp3
Download 12Sri Kantimathim -Hemavathi- Adi- Muthuswami Ditshitar.mp3
Download 13Teliyaleru Rama- Dhenuka- Adi- Thyagaraja.mp3
Download 14 Tillana- Jenjhooti- Veena Seshanna .mp3
Download 15 Mangalam.mp3

..that getting down on yourself is not the answer. Why
would you do to you what God would never do to you?

The few things you do not "get right" (whatever that is)
cannot compare to the things at which you excel. Do
you know that? You are kind, you are caring, you are
generous, you are sensitive, you are compassionate, you
are forgiving, you are more accepting than you know,
and more loving than you will give yourself credit for.

Now...what else is there?

Try to understand this: You are doing just fine. Better
than 'just fine.' You are excelling. You are magnificent,
you are wonderful! And God loves you to pieces!



Navarathri by Stalwarts

I will succeed

Concert No 373 - Chembai



Download 01-Opening Speech (11-9-66).mp3
Download 02-Varnam-Khamboji.mp3
Download 03-Sree Raghukula-Hamsadhwani.mp3
Download 04-O Jagadamba-Ananda Bhairavi.mp3
Download 05-O Jagadamba-Ananda Bhairavi.mp3
Download 06-Raghuvara-Panthuvarali.mp3
Download 07-Raghuvara-Panthuvarali.mp3
Download 08-Ninnu Sevinchina-Yadukula Khamboji.mp3
Download 09-Chetulara-Bhairavi.mp3
Download 10-Giripai-Sahana.mp3
Download 11-Giripai-Sahana.mp3
Download 12-Durmarga-Ranjini.mp3
Download 13-Neevadane-Saranga.mp3
Download 14-Mokshamugalada-Charumathi.mp3
Download 15-Marivere-Shanmukhapriya.mp3
Download 16-Thaye Yasode-Todi.mp3
Download 17-Thaye Yasode-Todi.mp3
Download 18-Entha Ninne-Mukhari.mp3
Download 19-Enthara Neethana-Harikhamboji.mp3
Download 20-Ramabhakthi-Shudha Bangala.mp3
Download 21-Rtp-Shankarabharanam.mp3
Download 22-Rtp-Shankarabharanam.mp3
Download 23-Krishna Nee Begane Baro-Yaman Kalyani.mp3
Download 24-Devaki Nandana-Kapi.mp3
Download 25-Thillana-Chenchuruti.mp3
Download 26-Narayaneeyam Slokam-Mangalam.mp3

...that the struggle ends when the gratitude begins.

The search is over when the finding starts. And the
finding is not a finding at all, but a creating. You cannot
find what you have been struggling for, but you can
create it. And the jump-start of creation is gratitude.

Thank you, God, for helping me to know that all that
I seek is coming to me now. Thank you, God, for
allowing me to feel, right now, the peace that comes
with gratitude for what is, replacing the yearning for
what is not. Thank you for bringing me the understanding
that from the isness comes all that is now not, but will
surely be. Let me stay, then, in the isness.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Touching ! Really heart touching !!

While we were silent - Do not miss this article.





Pratap Bhanu Mehta is an Indian academic. He is the president of the Centre for Policy Research, a New Delhi-based think tank. The Centre for Policy Research is one of India’s most distinguished think tanks.




A story of destructive governance and citizens who did not speak out
First, the UPA came for the roads sector. They destroyed contracting. They slowed down road construction. They left highways half built. We did not speak out. After all, the only reason the NDA could have started the golden quadrilateral is because they wanted to spread Hindutva.
Next, they came for the airline sector. They let Air India suck more money from taxpayers. They let bad regulation destroy the private sector. They let crony banking sustain bad bets. They ensured India would never be an aviation hub. We did not speak out. After all, flying is what birds do, not humans. Besides, aviation is bad for climate change.
Then they came for the power sector. They confused creation of mega capacities with actual generation. They had no rational pricing plans. They were arbitrary in the awarding of licences. They could not make up their mind whether they wanted to protect the environment or destroy it. We did not speak out. After all, the only power that matters is political. Electricity be damned.
Then they came for education. They promulgated the RTE after 100 per cent enrolment. They expanded capacity, but cut-offs still rose. They regulated in such a way that there was a glut in some subjects and a shortage in others. They confused university buildings with building universities. We did not speak out. After all our, our low quality education left us incapable of speaking out.
Then they came for industry. They turned the clock back in every way and waged open war. Ensure that regulations become more complex and uncertain. Ensure that input costs rise. Ensure crummy infrastructure. Promulgate a land scam policy known as SEZ and sell it as industrial policy. They encouraged FDI. But they forgot which one they wanted: outbound or inbound. But we did not speak out. After all, India is a rural country.

Then they came for employment. There was some growth. But they decided that the only good employment is that which has the hand of the state. So the NREGA's expansion was seen as a sign of success, not failure. By its own logic, if more people need the NREGA, the economy has failed. But we did not speak out. After all, the more people we have dependent on government, the more we think it is a good government.
Then they came for agriculture. First, they create artificial shortages through irrigation scams. Then they have a myopic policy for technology adoption. Then they decide India shall remain largely a wheat and rice economy; we will have shortages for everything else. Then they price everything to produce perverse incentives. But we did not speak out. After all, why worry about food production when the government is giving you a legal right? Is there anything more reassuring than social policy designed by and for lawyers?
Then they came for institutions. They always had. This has been Congress DNA for four decades. They drew up a list of institutions that remained unscathed: Parliament, the IB, bureaucracy and you name it. They then went after those. They used institutions as instruments of their political design. They demoralised every single branch of government. But we did not speak out. After all, this was reform by stealth. Destroy government from within.
Then they came for inflation. They confused a GDP target of 10 per cent with an inflation target. Inflation will come down next quarter, we were told. Then they tried to buy us out. Inflation: no problem. Simply get the government to spend even more. Then they pretended inflation is a problem for the rich. Then they simply stopped talking about it. We did not speak out. After all, for some, inflation is just a number

Then they came for the telecom sector. They got greedy and milked it. They got arbitrary and retrospectively taxed it. But we did not speak out. After all, new communication can be a threat to government. Besides, we can always revert to fixed lines. More digging is good.
Then they came for financial stability. They produced a large deficit. They brought the current account deficit close to an unsustainable point. They nearly wrecked the banking sector. They created every macro-economic instability you can imagine, which makes investment difficult. But we did not speak out. After all, what would you rather have: macro economic stability or a free lunch?
Then they came for regulation. It was back to the 1970s. More arbitrary regulation is good. More rules are good. Uncertainty makes business more adept. The answer to every administrative problem is enacting a new law. Multiple regulators are good because they represent the diversity of India. We did not speak out. After all, just like the religious confuse piety with mere ritual, the virtuous confuse regulation with outcomes.
Then they came after freedom. They promulgated more restrictive rules for everything: freedom of expression, right to assembly and protest, foreign scholars. They used sedition laws. They kept the architecture of colonial laws intact. They said they stood against communal forces. But then they let Digvijaya Singh keep the communal pot boiling. They matched BJP's communal politicisation of terrorism at every step and then some. We did not speak out. After all, if they are not Hindutva forces, they cannot be a threat to peace and liberty.
Then they came for virtue itself. They preached, from the very summit of power: avoid responsibility. It will always be someone else's fault. They legitimised being corrupt: you are entitled to it if you are the party of the poor. They encouraged subterfuge to the point that members of the cabinet were subverting each other. They pretended that integrity is a word that does not mean anything. To independent thinkers, they said: why think when there is 10 Janpath? We did not speak out. After all, virtue and thinking can both be outsourced.
Then they came for the poor. They visited their houses and slept in their homes. They liked the experience so much they decided to become growth sceptics. Enact policies that keep India in poverty a little longer. But we did not speak out. After all, once the poor have been used as an argument, all else is immobilised.
Then they came for the citizens. They used the secularism blackmail to reduce our choices. If you are not with us you are evil they said. Then they infantilised us. You are not capable of exercising choices so we will make them for you. They acted as if we were so stupid that the three topmost leaders felt no need to justify themselves to us. But we did not speak out. After all we do have the vote.
The writer is president, Centre for Policy Research, Delhi, and a contributing editor for 'The Indian Express'
express@expressindia.com

Blogger son of india said...
Very precise and perfect Analysis. They have destroyed the spirit of this country. Are hell bent to destroy everything . Why Common Indian is supporting this family failed to understand.
July 13, 2013 at 8:56 AM
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Blogger avijit chakraborty said...
AS AN INDIVIDUAL CITIZEN I FULLY AGREE WITH YOU. BUT MANY OF OUR GREAT POLITICAL LEADERS COULD NOT SEE ALL THESE THINGS, BECAUSE MENTALLY THEY ARE BLIND. WE THE POOR INDIANS HAVE VERY LITTLE CAPACITY TO STOP ALL THESE ACTIVITIES. BUT I OFFER MY THANKS TO YOU FOR THIS ARTICLE.
July 14, 2013 at 7:44 AM
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Blogger Capt. Arun Gopal Dave said...
Our so-called NETAS R not blind, but SLAVES of the corrupt ruling dynasty, in the distorted name of DEMOCRACY.... There's a Hindi saying , "RAM NAAM KI LOOT HAI TO LOOT SAKE TO LOOT, ANT KAAL PACHHTAYENGE JAB PRAN JAYENGE CHHOOT"..... Now these dacoit politicians R LOOTING the country in the name of RAM NAAM / ALLAH NAAM / JESUS CHRIST'S NAAM & befooling the PUBLIC..... :-(
July 22, 2013 at 2:51 AM
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Anonymous budhpalsinghchandel said...
om,ji,
It is unfortunate for us ,that since independent the congress led by Ghiyazuddin-Ghazi's family ,who is most corrupt,charracterless,rule-loving ones ,as per their histry ,ispite of such things public is allowing enjoying them,resulting Sonia Gandhi declared 4th worldly rich woman,AS BCO'S REALITIES WERE HIDDEN,now it comes before public ,then they have either answer to public or go to infinity,none could save them ,let us WAIT & WATCH.
VNDEMATRAM,JAI HIND .
July 22, 2013 at 3:58 PM
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Blogger VSGopalarathnam said...
We live in a world of sycophantic parties and no visionaries
V S GOPALARATHNAM
July 23, 2013 at 4:33 PM
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Blogger Capt. Arun Gopal Dave said...
Ghiasuddin Ghazi's family transformed itself FRAUDULENTLY to a Hindu-Kashmiri_pundit family, by hook or crook & then Indira, after converting to islam & baptizing herself as "MAIMUNA BEGUM" marrying a Muslim (Firoze Ghandy) still remained Hindu & HER CHILDREN STILL DEEMED TO B HINDUS..... The younger son Sanjay was fathered by Younus Mohammed, as Indira was living seperated from Firoze..... still Sanjay was Hindu..... Rajiv's father was Firoze all right, yet he was a Hindu..... Then rajiv married Sonia Maiono (an Italian roman catholic Christian) & yet her offsprings Rahul & Piyanka R deemed to b Hindus & Maino-Sonia is said to b an avatar of DURGAMATA by sycophants KHANGRESSES..... Now, Piyakna married Christian Robert vadra & her children r still Hindus..... Don't U think that this a fraud being played by this corrupt / robber family on our BHARAT.... They have no religion except for Money & no nationality except for Power..... they R stateless..... SO LET US PLEDGE TO HAVE KHANGRESS-MUKTA-FREE BHARAT POST 2014 GENL ELECTIONS & THROW ALL THESE AULADS & VANSHAJ OF GHIASUDDIN GHAZIS DYNASTY OUT TO KAALA-PAANI...... :-(
July 27, 2013 at 1:50 AM
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Thursday, July 11, 2013

You can enjoy this also



I am not a lover of western music. I have not heard any song full in my life. But this is something which thrilled me. The music: the lyrics: Oh. DO NOT MISS IT Please click the link below with your sound system on

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

My diary 9th July 2013



I have today refreshed the following:

Concert No 216 by T.N. Seshagopalan under the label "Concerts"

Concert No 272 by T.N. Seshagopalan under the label "Concerts"

Concert No 307 by Suguna Purushothaman under the lable " Concerts"

Concert No 372 - T.N. Seshagopalan




Download 01-shivaloka_naathanai_kandu-mayamalavagula-gopalakrishna_bharati.mp3
Download 02-I_vasuda-shahAna-tyAgarajA.mp3
Download 03-thandai_thai_irundhal-shanmughapriya-g.k.bharathi.mp3
Download 04-vAncatOnu-karNaranjani-muttiah_bAgavatar.mp3
Download 05-1-RTP-hamsavinodhini.mp3
Download 05-2-RTP-hamsavinodhini.mp3
Download 06-arabhimanam-raghamalika-tarangampadi_panchanadha_iyer.mp3
Download 07-mangalam.mp3

...that the goodness in your life does not come to you
from someone else. When you see this, you will be free.

There is no reason and no need to "play up" to another,
or to try to remain in their good graces. Remain in your
own, by not betraying yourself. Simply speak your truth,
with gentleness and love.

And have courage, for what you seek is not outside of
you. It is not a gift from another person. It is yours -- to
give, not to acquire. Let no one, therefore, hold you
hostage. Not your partner, not your boss, not your
family...and certainly not your God.


A stunning senior moment

Monday, July 8, 2013

Concert No 371 - V. Sankaranarayanan




Download 01-svAmi_nAN_unran-VARNAM-nATTakurinji-pApanAsan_sivan.mp3
Download 02-SwAminAtha_paripAlayA_shumAm-nATTa-Adhi-M_DIkshithar.mp3
Download 03_padavinI_sadbhaktiyu_galguTe_sAlagabhairavi_Adhi_thyAgarAja.mp3
Download 04_sunAdavinOdini_AlApane.mp3
Download 05_dEvAdi-dEva_sunAda-vinOdini_Adi_Mysore-Vasudevacharya.mp3
Download 06-nI_daya_rAdA-vasantabhairavi-tyAgarAja.mp3
Download 07_sAvEri_AlApane.mp3
Download 08-muruga_muruga_enrAl-sAvEri-chApu-periyAsAmy_thUran.mp3
Download 09_viruttum_AbhEri_rEvati.mp3
Download 10_mahAdEva_shiva_shambhO_rEvati_tanjAvUr_sankara_iyer.mp3
Download 11_rAdha_samEta_krishnA_miSra_yaman_bhajan.mp3

..that awareness is everything. Not just part of it. Not
some aspect of it. Awareness is everything.

Look, therefore, to your awareness, not to your thoughts.
Your thoughts about things can betray you -- and often
do -- because they can be colored by emotions. Your
awareness cannot.

Just observe what is so. Then observe what you think
about what is so. Then ask yourself, "Why am I thinking
that?" And, more important, "What would happen if I
thought something else?"


Sunday, July 7, 2013

My diary 6th June 2013



I have refreshed the following today:

Nauka charithram by Dr. Balamuralikrishna under the label "Dr. Balamuralikrishna"

Concerts No 111,131, 187, 221, 249, 265, 268, and 284 by Madurai Mani Iyer under the label "Concerts"

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Concert No 370 - Maharajapuram Santhanam




Download 01 - Evari Bodhana - Abhogi Varnam.wma
Download 02 - Raghuvara Nannu - Pantuvarali.wma
Download 03 - Jagadananda Karaka - Nattai.wma
Download 04 - Ilalo Pranatarti - Ataana.wma
Download 05 - Seethapate - Khamas.wma
Download 06 - Tholijanma - Bilahari.wma
Download 07 - Ksheenamai - Mukhari.wma
Download 08 - Bhavanuta - Mohanam.wma
Download 09 - Mokshamu Galada - Saramathi.wma
Download 11 - Neerajadala Nayana - Maand.wma
Download 12 - Slokam - Ragamalika.wma
Download 13 - Adi Neepai - Yamunakalyani.wma
Download 14 - Mangalam.wma

...that your contribution to this very day could set the
stage for an entirely different kind of year.

Funny how things work. Sometimes the smallest choice,
one that you might make within these 24 hours, can
set into motion huge energies bringing you great good
and enormous joy. 

Watch the day, then, and watch how you move through
it. You may not know when you are setting those energies
into motion. But you are. With everything, actually, that
you think, say, and do.

So go out and make it a great day!

Anonymous Srini Ram said...
Dear Sir

Thanks much for your nice concerts.

Concert no 370 is of Shri Viswanatha Iyer & not of Shri.Santhanam.
Very good concert and thanks
July 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM

think loud

Concert No 369 - M. S. Subbulakshmi



M.S.S's marriage photo


Download 01-Speech By Cvn.mp3
Download 02-Rama Nannu Brovara.mp3
Download 03-Sarasksha.mp3
Download 04-Sarojadalanetri-Sankarabharana.mp3
Download 05-Sarojadalanetri-Sankarabharana.mp3
Download 06-Speech By U Thant.mp3
Download 07-English Hymn.mp3
Download 08-Sree Rangapuravihara.mp3
Download 09-Siva Siva Bho.mp3
Download 10-Jagadodharana.mp3
Download 11-Hari Tum Haro.mp3
Download 12-Vadavarayai.mp3

...that when you see the light at the end of the tunnel, it
is not beneficial to go out and build more tunnel.

It was John Quinton who observed that politicians do
that. Maybe you've caught yourself doing it, too. Just
when things look like they're getting better, you start
seeing more things that "aren't right," or "could go
wrong."

The Universe is essentially a friendly place. So friendly,
in fact, that it will give you exactly what you expect
it to.

Isn't that wonderful? Of course, it depends on what
you expect...