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Monday, February 28, 2011

Engirundho Vandhaan - Padikkaadha medhai

Listen to this Tamil song also

Chahunga Main Tujhe - Dosti

This was my another favourite. Somehow, today I was in my nostalgic mood


This was my favourite song , in my end of teen, since, I was living away from my mother. I searched  for the original video and I was not able to get it. Yet you can hear the original song.

Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
Here is the orginal link
February 28, 2011 9:07 PM
Blogger hvaidya said...
Thanks Mr. Bhaskaran. Thanks a lot
February 28, 2011 9:11 PM
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan Us Ko Nahi Deka --Yeh Maa Yeh Maa The two take your heart out when they sing Yeh Maa, Yeh Maa Kannadasn on Mother: Entha Mathil Paasam Undo Antha Maname Amma Amma. So the Sir is our Ma. With warm regards ravi
February 28, 2011 10:14 PM

Mohabbat ki jhoote

God! what a sad soothing voice!

Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
Music has no language barrier, and no matter where you are born, these are everlasting numbers, thank you for postings and we look forward to more like this
February 28, 2011 8:36 PM

Yeh zindagi - Anarkali

thank Ms.Seetha H
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan What a pleasant way to share the nostalgic mood of the Sir. Yeh Zindaki--Anarkali, Mohabat Ki Jooti--Mohale Azam. In Tamil they are En Sinthai Noyum Theerumo, Kanavu Kanda Kathal. Both by P.Suseela. The original by Latha scores a bit over PS. Loveliest songs. Again Mannadey and Mahendra Kapoor. What a song. I do not know the full meaning of the lyric but I can understand the spirit. Yes, Music has no barriers, particularly language. At this moment I am remembered of the song taht is sung by a female artist, mostly Latha in which Dilip Kumar watches the singing and a tribal girl dancing with so many water pots or utensils placed on her head, one over the other. If it is available please upload. I also want to hear Maduri Mani Iyer singing Rama Bhakta Sam Rajyam. With warm regards ravi
February 28, 2011 10:02 PM

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Laugh ! it is good for health

Just like we joke as though Sardarji's are dumb, Blond girls are generally have jokes as dumb. Read this joke now.

Three blondes were all applying for the last available position on the Texas Highway Patrol. The detective conducting the interview looked at the three Of them and said, "So y'all want to be cops, huh?"

The blondes all nodded.

The detective got up, opened a file drawer, and pulled out a folder. Sitting Back down, he opened it, pulled out a picture, and said, "To be a detective, You have to be able to detect. You must be able to notice things such as Distinguishing features and oddities like scars and so forth."

So saying, he stuck the photo in the face of the first blonde and withdrew It after about two seconds. "Now," he said, "did you notice any
Distinguishing features about this man?"

The blonde immediately said, "Yes, I did. He has only one eye!"

The detective shook his head and said, "Of course he has only one eye in This picture! It's a profile of his face!   You're dismissed!"

The first blonde hung her head and walked out of the office.

The detective then turned to the second blonde, stuck the photo in her face For two seconds, pulled it back, and said, "What about you? Notice anything Unusual or Outstanding about this man?"

"Yes! He only has one ear!"

The detective put his head in his hands and exclaimed, "Didn't you hear what I just told the other lady? This is a profile of the man's face! Of course You can only see one ear!   You're excused too!"

The second blonde sheepishly walked out of the office.

The detective turned his attention to the third and last blonde and said, "This is probably a waste of time, but...."  He flashed the photo in her
Face for a couple of seconds and withdrew it, saying, "All right, did you notice anything distinguishing or unusual about this man?"

The blonde said, "I sure did. This man wears contact lenses." 
The detective frowned, took another look at the picture, and began looking at some of the
papers in the folder. He looked up at the blonde with a puzzled expression, and said, "You're absolutely right! His bio says he wears contacts! How in the world could you tell that by looking at his picture?"

The blonde rolled her eyes and said, "Well, Hellooooooooooooo! With only one
Eye and one ear, he certainly can't wear glasses."


Friday, February 25, 2011

why is mobile phone use banned in petrol station

sent by Bhaskarn Sivaraman

Durga's another K. B. S Song

Blogger kewlmallu said...
That season was a particularly good season..there was another singer named thushar ...who sang quite well in the classical round - the performance is uploaded in youtube - and the link to the first portion of the performance is your viewers may be interested....
March 6, 2011 9:30 PM

Asianet idea super singer

See how a keralite girl is singing this K.B. Sundarambaal song. She deserves appreciation for the attempt.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan Oh God! Oh God! The Keralite Girl is not singing. The spirit of Smt.KBS is singing I opine. At her age she reaches the pitches with such ease and perfection. There is no faulty tamil pronounciation. The only conclusion I can draw is that Music outlive ages. Thank You Sir. With warm regards ravi
February 25, 2011 10:30 PM

Raamaayanam - Velukkudi Krishnan
  1. Part 01  
  2. Part 02 
  3. Part 03  
  4. Part 04  
  5. Part 05  
  6. Part 06  
  7. Part 07  
  8. Part 08  
  9. Part 09 
  10. Part 10
  11. Part 11  
  12. Part 12  
  13. Part 13 
  14. Part 14 
  15. Part 15  
  16. Part 16 
  17. Part 17 
  18. Part 18 
  19. Part 19 
  20. Part 20 
  21. Part 21 
  22. Part 22  
  23. Part 23  
  24. Part 24 
  25. Part 25 
  26. Part 26  
  27. Part 27 
  28. Part 28  
  29. Part 29 
  30. Part 30 
  31. Part 31  
  32. Part 32 
  33. Part 33  
  34. Part 34 
  35. Part 35  
  36. Part 36  
  37. Part 37  
  38. Part 38 
  39. Part 39  
  40. Part 40  
  41. Part 41  
  42. Part 42 
  43. Part 43
  44. Part 44  
  45. Part 45
Thank Ms. Priya Ashok 
Blogger VaK said...
Part 19 isn't working sir. regards V A Krishnan
February 26, 2011 5:30 AM
Blogger VaK said...
19,29,34,41 leads are not working sir.
February 26, 2011 5:38 AM
Blogger hvaidya said...
Dear VaK,

All the files are opening. Perhaps, due to many people,  downloading at the same time, you might have had server problem. Please try again and let me know the development.
February 26, 2011 8:23 AM
Blogger VaK said...
Yes sir, You are right, it's downloading; apologize for the trouble.
February 27, 2011 5:40 AM
    Blogger Akshara Ashok said...
    Dear Sir,

    Wonderful services to the public.

    Thank You,

    With Regards,
    Priya Ashok
    February 28, 2011 3:41 PM
    Respected Sir,

    I am so much obliged to you for uploading Kambha Ramayanam by Velukkudi Krishnan. For the first time, in my life of 65 years, I am listening to Ramayanam in its full version.

    This is a great support to me in my solitude at a far away place, away from my wife and daughter and her family. I was forced to take up a job at this age, after losing huge amounts in my business including all my wealth, my house and savings.

    with respectful regards
    s v subramanian

    Thursday, February 24, 2011

    kundan lal saigal: duniya main hoon duniya

    Here is the link for this song
    thank Mr. BhaskaranSivaraman
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Harihara In my previous communication please read as " Once again I have placed myself in the position of making demands". Why Not? The Sir is there to respond. I have heard the song Duniya Main Duniya by Kundal Lal Saigal through the link uploaded.Not only taht song but many other songs of KLS that are close to my heart. Thank You Sir. I want to be of some use to the Sir. I am send to a cheque for Rupees Five Hundred to the Music Forum for which the Sir had given an appeal. If I am mistaken for showing discourtesy please be kind enough to furnish me with the address to shich the cheque is to be sent and name of the drawer. With warm regards ravi
    February 25, 2011 12:29 AM
    Blogger hvaidya said...
    Dear Mr. Ravi, Thanks for the gesture. You can send the cheque favouring "Gaanapriya Foundation" to my address i.e V. Hariharan, T 1, govardan Apartments, 47, Dr. Ranga road, Mylapore, Chennai - 600004
    February 25, 2011 4:52 PM

    Wednesday, February 23, 2011

    Photos on my blog

    Since the space in "blog spot" may get crumpled and the opening of the blog will be delayed due to too many photos, I was posting all the photos through "". Even though I registered with them, I do not pay any premium to them. Of course, I was posting lot of photos free of charges and I am afraid just now they WOKE UP. I have written to them that I will take a premium account. I have not got a reply yet.

    Meanwhile, I request you all to go to "" and register yourself with your e mail id. You will get a confirmation from "imageshack" and run it. Then you always log in "" before opening this blog, so that you can view the blog with photos.

    Hope your patience and cooperation will not be tested long and I will do the needful as soon as possible. Meanwhile please bear with me.
    Blogger vishwa.rishikesh said...
    Dear Sir, I do enjoy your photos and they are very varied ranging from hilarious to serious and thought provoking. But what I really enjoy are the carnatic music links that you post, it is as though I am transported back to Mylapore every other day. Do keep up the good work and may God bless you with long life.
    February 23, 2011 8:05 PM

    Do you know ?

    Body gestures say a lot about a person - whether they look up or scratch their nose, or even tilt their head.
    Now, body language expert Peter Collett, author of the 'Book Of Tells' talks about the different gestures people make and what they mean.

    SCRATCHING NOSE: When you're not telling the truth, you instinctively want to cover up the source of the lie - your mouth - so no one can see you're fibbing. But because that's too obvious, people disguise it by scratching their nose.

    LOOKING UP: if you look up you're seeking help from above. People with a sense of self-importance also do it, suggesting they're in contact with the Almighty, reports the Daily Mail.

    BLINKING: It's a sign someone's worried, excited or even lying as they're under stress and thinking very rapidly.

    LIP NIBBLING: Lip nibbling, whether biting the lower lip or a corner of the mouth with the upper teeth, prevents someone from speaking, so it's used by people who want to stop themselves from saying something.

    TILTING HEAD: Often used by a woman to flirt and appear more attractive.
    It appeals to a man because it lowers her height; -mimics a baby putting its head on its mother's shoulder; and exposes the neck. As the neck is one of the most vulnerable parts of your body, showing it to someone is a way of saying, "I trust you implicitly."

    FURROWED BROWS: Lowering the brows is a dominance gesture used mainly by men, which tells people, "I may be looking at you, but I'm in charge."

    SHIFTING WEIGHT: When you want to escape from a conversation, you shift your weight from side to side or back to front. Men also sometimes do this when chatting to a pretty girl to make themselves appear energetic. 

    OPEN HANDS: Showing the palms of your hands is a friendly - gesture showing that you have peaceful intentions. It indicates acceptance, good intentions and that you're open to new ideas. Hiding them, on the other hand, shows that you don't want to give anything away.

    The way your foot is facing indicates what you're thinking. Follow the line of someone's foot and it will show you what they're most interested in - if it's the door, they want to leave. (ANI)

    Tuesday, February 22, 2011

    Do you know ?

    Do you know?

    a human body can bear only upto 45 Del (unit) of pain.

    But at the time of giving birth, a woman feels upto 57 Del of Pain.

    This is similar to 20 bones getting fractured at a time!!!!

    LOVE UR MOM...
    God couldn't be everywhere and therefore he made Mothers...

    Thank Priya Ashok 

    Monday, February 21, 2011

    Do Naina Matware (K. L. Saigal ) My sister 1944

    So jaa raajakumari ....creation Hakkim shah

    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan What a song. SOJA RAJKUMARI SOJA--K.L.SAIGEL. I immediately started to sleep. The taste of the Sir is unfathomable. Oh God. I am very fortunate to hear the song again that was heard by me some 39 years back. How can I praise the Sir. I find no matching words. Thank You Sir. With warm regards ravi
    February 21, 2011 11:07 PM
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan Namaste. In continuation of the song Soja Rajkumari Soja, I request the Sir to make available the following song by K.L.Saigel. "Dhuniya OH Dhuniya" a masterpiece by the great singer. Once I have taken up the position of placing demands. Sorry Sir. I am craze about this song. I know the Sir can make it. With warm regards ravi
    February 23, 2011 12:15 PM
    Anonymous S.poorniAnn said...
    Dear sir, My father was used to sing this song very often during my childhood days.Thank u sir for uploading this. with namaskarams Annapoorni
    March 1, 2011 7:22 PM

    Visakha Hari - Padmavathy Kalyaanam

    Blogger murphy said...
    MAMA , excellent Discourse.But why the volume is so low compare to other discourses.i crosschecked my volume adjustments.Can u help? Is this problm is for me only?i am downloading in laptop,then i used to save it in my mp3. regards Annapoorni
    March 1, 2011 7:36 PM
    Blogger hvaidya said...
    Dear Ms. Annapoorni, I heard the files saved in my laptop, from where I uploaded. They are good. I will check up from some more who downloaded, whether there is any problem and write back to you
    March 1, 2011 8:46 PM
    Blogger Vidya said...
    Thanks a million Sir! These are the best collections of Visaka hari! My prayers to the lord to give you health,wealth and prosperity!
    April 11, 2011 6:54 AM
    Anonymous LASHMAN S L said...
    wow!mindblowing discourse.sir can u pls. upload parvathy kalyanam and nandhanar charithraam.pls. send me reply.thank you.........
    May 19, 2011 7:20 AM
    Blogger hvaidya said...
    I will. Please be on the look out
    May 20, 2011 6:28 PM
    Blogger pinkdrops said...
    Hello sir, I have been going through your entire blog and it is AMAZING. I am a huge fan of Vishaka Hari and this collection is exactly what i was looking for..:) Thank you so much.. Archana Vasudevan
    May 31, 2011 2:33 PM
    Anonymous LASHMAN SL said...
    sir,please upload anything.for so many days u din`t upload anything.i am sorry.but i am eager to hear more discourses.i am visiting your blog everyday.but with dissatisfaction i am leaving your are uploading many discourses done by my spiritual master krishna premi.then why are you not uploading vishaka hari`s kathas.
    June 20, 2011 11:02 AM


    Dear Mr.Prime Minister,

    Like millions of ordinary Indians, I too watched from the beginning till the end your televised interaction with selected journalists from the electronic media on February 16,2011.

    You had never spoken to us, the ordinary people of India, on the various scams which have rocked the country one after another since August last year. Our only source of information has been the media.

    As the citizens of this country who put your party in power, we had a right to expect that you will talk to us and explain to us what is the truth and how you intend arresting and reversing the rot that has set in and the continuing decline in the credibility and image of India as a result of the stories of these scams .

    These stories---whether correct wholly or only partly--- have brought out one thing loud and clear--- the ineptitude and incompetence of your Government, the poor supervision which seems to prevail in many Ministries and offices, including the Prime Minister's Office, and the insensitivity of many senior members of your Cabinet to public concerns over these alleged scams.

    Corruption is nothing new, but the magnitude of it as seen since you came to power has been highly disturbing . What is new is the ineptitude, the incompetence and the lack of supervision which seem to prevail since you came to power--- the like of which one had not seen under any other Prime Minister of India since we became independent in 1947.

    You try to blame your difficulties and embarrassments on your having to run a coalition. You are not the first Prime Minister having to run the country at the head of a coalition. V.P.Singh, Chandrasekhar, Deve Gowda, Inder Gujral and Atal Behari Vajpayee headed coalitions too. Despite this, they gave us a government which worked as a team and which did not pull in different directions. I can't recall any instance under the previous coalitions where a Minister repeatedly circumvented the instructions of the Prime Minister, without fearing the consequences of his action.

    All the previous Prime Ministers, who headed coalition Cabinets, made it clear to their political associates who the boss was and who would take important decisions. They never tolerated anyone who sought to circumvent their instructions. They never let their political allies dictate terms to them.

    This is the first time we are seeing a Prime Minister, who tries to earn not the confidence of the people by projecting himself as a strong leader who will not tolerate any nonsense from his coalition partners, but the pity of the people by projecting himself as a helpless leader, who has nothing but to do what his coalition partners ask him to do.

    We watched in utter amazement for one hour on February 16 not the rallying cry of a leader,
    who has realised the magnitude of the rot and who is determined to set it right whatever be the consequences to his position as the Prime Minister, but an exercise in self-pity of a leader who is at the mercy of his coalition partners and does not have the courage to call them to order.

    This was the first time we had an opportunity of listening to you on the State of the country in the light of these scams. We were looking forward not to excuses and pretexts to explain away the sins of commission and omission of your government, but to a bold re-assertion of your leadership as the Prime Minister of this great country, who has the courage to face the people of this country in their eyes and reassure them: Thus far and no further.

    I have no doubt in my mind that many right-thinking people of India, like me,must have felt ashamed and enraged as they saw the Prime Minister of this country giving out one excuse after another for not being able to govern effectively and for not being able to prevent blatantly wrong decisions and corruption.

    You let us down badly, Mr.Prime Minister. You let us down badly.

    Warm regards,

    Yours sincerely,

    Additional Secretary (retd),
    Cabinet Secretariat, Govt. of India, New Delhi

     sent by Bhaskaran Sivaraman
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    It was really sad, unfortunate to hear the P.M. covertly rather justifying 2G auction comparing it to the subsidies handed out on Kerosene etc. And one knows that the subsidy on the above essentials are a social commitment and I humbly fee that it can not be equated to loss on 2 G auction.
    February 21, 2011 7:21 PM