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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Concert - K. J. YESUDOSS

  1. Valachi 
  2. Sidhdhivinayakam 
  3. Santhanaraama  
  4. Thelisiraama 
  5. Aalaapana - Dhenuka  
  6. Theliyaneru  
  7. Ninnuvina  
  8. Aalapna - Chakravaagam 
  9. Etulabro 
  10. Durmargachara 
  11. Maamavasada 
  12. Sriramani 
  13. Aalaapanai - Sindhubairavi 
  14. Swarga puthri and Thani 
  15. Omithi brahma  
  16. Kaana Aayiram kan  
  17. Dharsanam punniya 
  18. Sathyasivam  
  19. Guruvaayoor ambala  
  20. Krishna krishna
If your company mission is to climb a tree, which would you rather do: Hire a squirrel or train a horse?

The Case Against Lord Krishna in Poland!

With the rapidly spreading Hinduism worldwide, a nun in Warsaw, Poland, filed a case against ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness). The case came up in court. The nun remarked that ISKCON was spreading its activities and gaining followers in Poland. She wanted ISKCON banned because its followers were glorifying a character called 'Krishna' "who had loose morals," having married 16,000 women called Gopikas.

The ISKCON defendant requested the Judge: "Please ask the nun to repeat the oath she took when she was ordained as a nun." The Judge asked the nun to recite the oath loudly. She would not. The ISKCON man asked permission if he could read out the oath for the nun. Go ahead, said the judge.
The oath said in effect that the nun is married to Jesus Christ.

The ISKCON man said,
"Your Lordship! Lord Krishna is alleged to have 'married' 16,000 women only. There are more than a million nuns who assert that they are married to Jesus Christ. Between the two, Krishna and Jesus Christ, who has a loose character? And what about the nuns?"  

The case was dismissed.

Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
பேஷ் பேஷ் ரொம்ப நன்னா இருக்கே
February 2, 2011 9:25 PM
Blogger Hemalatha said...
Dear Sir, How I wish this was TRUE ! Regards
February 2, 2011 10:14 PM
Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
This is from my network friend from Bombay-From: Venkat Sekhar Subramaniam Date: 3 February 2011 05:36 Very good example . Let's start the day with our great Lord called Krishna also termed Christ Both have similarities in the sense they were born sharp at midnight and in a poor family fending animals..One talks about Bible and other about Gita..In both texts can anyone cite any example where tolerance of other religion is prohibited?when the Christ took penance by crucifixion the other taught how to fight the warfield called birth and death..Can anyone cite any example where Christ says "don't follow other's versions/religions"..our understanding is poor that's all.. both are great.. i repeat our understanding is poor that's all.. let' not fight in the form of religions
February 3, 2011 6:18 AM
Blogger Hemalatha said...
Dear Sir, As Mr.Bhaskaran said - let us not fight. But, let us not be over-tolerant. About 90% of Hindus don't mind going to a Church if their friend or colleague calls them. But it is only about 10% of the X'ans who will come to a Temple when they are called. So, naturally we get the feeling why should I/We? After all, we are humans and not "Krishna Paramathma".
February 3, 2011 10:24 PM