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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Concert - Nithyashree

In this concert RTP Pallavi is followed by 100 raagas.
Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.
Blogger nandakumar said...
Hariharan sir, koti koti namaskarams.Thanks for this musical feast. Its awesome. It just reminded me of one the memorable concert of nityashree at shankmukhananda sabha at mumbai where smt. Nityashree sang a RTP in four ragas simultaneously.Since that day i am in search of that Rtp. I would be happy if it is available with ur kindself and if you can upload it for us( hungry music lovers). Nowadays I switch on the net just to read ur blog and download ur uploads. thank u very much sir and also thanks to Smt nityashree and sangeethapriya. Nandakumar B.
May 1, 2011 3:31 PM
Blogger Akshara Ashok said...
Dear Sir,


I downloaded M.S.S. Amma Songs from your site and I am listening to it also.

Wonderful Collections also.

Thank you very much Sir,

With Regards
Priya Ashok
May 2, 2011 2:42 PM

    Smile ! It is good for health

    The marriage of Indira Gandhi

    sent by Mr. Bhaskaran Sivaraman
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    The real marriage of Indira Gandhi took place in London Mosque after Feroz Khan and Indira met her ailing mother at Geneva- suffering from last stages of TB, and in spite of her opposition to the marriage. Indira was converted to Islam and adopted the name Maimunnah Begum and returned to India after the Nikkah. Mahatma Gandhi was annoyed and talked to Nehru in Allahabad Jail and then met the couple at Delhi disappointed at the bleak future for the Muslim couple. Then he suggested that he would adopt Feroz as his son and he could use his surname and Indira too could become Indira Gandhi. The photograph shown is the formality of Hindu marriage enacted for the public, at Allahabad, with no Senior members present except aunt Vijayalakshmi Pandit having had a similar episode earler but thwarted by the elders by sending her abroad. Feroz Gandhi's father was Nawab Khan, originally from Junagadh in Gujarat, married to Parsi from Bharuch in Gujarat, converted to Muslim Ghandy, a supplier of groceries and liquor to Anandbhavan, the errand often carried out by his son Feroz, getting close to the family- with Nehru in Jail and Kamla in Geneva.
    May 1, 2011 4:39 PM
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    Please see Which is true?
    May 2, 2011 4:48 AM
    Blogger hvaidya said...
    According to my knowledge, Wikipedia is not an authenticated document, but informative. The posting there are made by persons like you and me. If you want to add something to the subject, you can always do it.
    May 2, 2011 8:38 PM
    Blogger VaK said...
    Sir, I thought all along, Feroz was Feroz Ghandy who was a parsi and Gandhiji gave his surname to get the marriage going for Indira. Correct me, if this was wrong.
    May 7, 2011 2:21 PM