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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Laugh: It is good for health

One spelling mistake can destroy your life!

A husband wrote a message to his wife on his official trip and forgot to add 'e' at the end of a word...

"I'm having such a wonderful time! Wish u were her....!"

Blogger sury said...
I heard that he got a reply, "I also feel the same.Wish you were he " omitting another letter 'r' sury
December 5, 2010 2:50 PM
Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
Nice to see you in an excellent frame of mind, we get energy, Have a Great Time - we are already there thro your blog
December 5, 2010 6:01 PM

Ranjani and Gaythri at All India Radio

  1. Abhang 
  2. Abhang - Namdev 
  3. Bhajan 
  4. Bhajan 
  5. Bhajan - Lalith  
  6. Chiththam iranga 
  7. Dheva dheva 
  8. Evaroora
  9. Idhudhaano thillai 
  10. Iththarani 
  11. Kaavadi chindhu  
  12. Kalyaana gopaalam 
  13. Maamava pattabhi 
  14. Maanasa sancharare  
  15. Mukthu dhaare 
  16. Naadha dhanum  
  17. Nambi kettavar  
  18. Nidhi saala sugamaa 
  19. Paahi sadha  
  20. Padavini  
  21. Pagaivanukkarulvaai 
  22. Paramananda natana  
  23. Parama paavana 
  24. Paramathmudu - 1 
  25. Paramathmudu - 2  
  26. Paridhaana  
  27. Pattividuva
  28. Raksha pattare 
  29. Raamanaama
  30. Sabaapathikku 
  31. Seethapathi  
  32. Siva siva  
  33. Thelialeru 
  34. Viruththam 
  35. Viruthtam fwd by Enna solli 
  36. Yemaana
Blogger vaishnavi said...
thanks a lot sir
December 5, 2010 7:47 AM

    Concert - Neduneri Krishnamurthi

    Download 01 Eranapai - Thodi Varnam.mp3
    Download 02 Bhavanutha - Mohanam.mp3
    Download 03 Sogasu Juda - Kannadagoula.mp3
    Download 04 Sabhoo Mahadeva - Panduvarali.mp3
    Download 05 Nammina Varini - Bhairavi.mp3
    Download 06 Vinaradhana - Devagandhari.mp3
    Download 07 Janaki Ramana - Kapi.mp3
    Download 08 Adenamma - Paras.mp3
    Download 09 RTP - Shanmughapriya.mp3
    Download 10 Emani Veginthune - Husseni.mp3
    Download 11 Gayathi Vanamali - Sudha Sarang.mp3
    Download 12 Thillana - Bhage Sri.mp3
    Download 13 Mangalam.mp3

    Flap your jaws…with gum, that is. And make it peppermint. Studies have found that chewing peppermint gum stimulates the same part of the brain that wakes you up in the morning. 
    Blogger ram said...
    I am new to the group and was wonder-struck on finding all these recordings of wordless. Hats off Vaidya-Saab! Nedunuri is a rare piece. "Thanks is not a word to be said. Its a feeling to be retained within oneself to remind why and to who all one should be thankful".
    March 23, 2011 7:29 PM

    Gajendra Moksham without "Aadhi moolam's" help (?)

    Brief Story of Gajendra Moksha: Source: Sri Bhagwat Puraan, 8th Canto-3rd Chapter

    Gajendra, chief of elephants, was once enjoying himself while bathing in a lake in the company of his large family. He was so engrossed in his enjoyment that he couldn't notice a crocodile approaching; the crocodile caught hold of his foot and tried to get him down. Thus the battle between the two strong animals started. But crocodile being an aquatic animal was more powerful in water thus was able to pull the elephant more. Gajendra unable to release his foot from the strong grip of the crocodile prayed to the Almighty. His prayer was immediately answered and he was rescued, was prided "Moksha" from the clutches of crocodile. The story is not just a story of an elephant and a crocodile; it is about the man, his ego and his selfishness. The man (the elephant- symbol) is surrounded by so many illusions " Maya" that he becomes egoistic. For him, nothing is stringer than himself. But when any problem or the dark image of his works (symbol - crocodile) comes face to face, only then he learns about his true position which is no less than hollow and fake one. This is the time he regrets and surrenders himself to the Almighty. The great book " Bhagwat Puraan" says that who so ever will chant or listen to the Gajendra Moksha regularly, to him success and fame will come naturally without him falling into the trap of Ego and worldly attachments. And he'll not have bad dreams or suffer from nightmares. The often-told stories of ancient past are not just source of entertainment to us but are symbolic of many things and indirectly guide to the road of salvation "MOKSHA". Gajendra Moksha is such a story.

    These dramatic pictures show a clash of the titans as a protective elephant mum and a ferocious crocodile get in an epic tug of war in Zambia. 
    The female elephant and her baby were drinking from the Luangwa River in the South Luangwa National Park when they were attacked.
    ATTACK: The crocodile sprung from the water as a baby elephant and its mum were having a drink from the river
    The baby elephant went to hid behind mum as the crocodile attacked.
    he elephant was brought to her knees as the crocodile thrashed around.
    The elephant managed to turn away from the water even the croc was trying to pull her in
    With her baby safely on the far side, the mum stepped away from the water with the croc still clamped on
    The mighty elephant dragged the crocodile all the way out of the water as she walked away
    Despite the unwanted appendage, she and her baby broke into a run
    FREE: Water gushes from the mum's trunk as she finally shakes the croc, with her baby momentarily tripping over the predator before the pair made off safely
    "This  elephant, like the great Gajendra  must  have called the help of the Divine: otherwise it is next to impossible to escape from the clutches of the crocodile"
     was the comment by Mr. K.N.Ramesh when he sent this to me. 
    The title is my mischief with intention of humour. (Let Mr. K.N. Ramesh pardon me)
    However hats off to the photographer
    Blogger sury said...
    My grandkid likes the story so much that he wants me to narrate it again and again. I shall give a link to his blog so that he may enjoy subbu rathinam
    December 5, 2010 8:31 AM
    Blogger Hemalatha said...
    Dear Sir, Thanks for condensing and bringing out the significance of Gajendra Moksham in a few sentences. I am sure you have now lead many to listen (may be listen often too, if not everyday) to Gajendra Moksham. Looking forward to the Upanyasam upload soon. Thanks to Mr. Ramesh too. Thanks once again. Regards
    December 5, 2010 11:33 AM
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    I was impressed with this photos as well as clear vision of these story!!!
    February 18, 2012 11:53 AM