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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Concert - Madurai Mani Iyer

  1. Vaathapi 
  2. Naadha dhanum 
  3. Yochanaa 
  4. Seethaapathe 
  5. Bhuvaneswariyaam 
  6. Subramanyena 
  7. Sobillu 
  8. Sri kamala 
  9. RTP - Shanmugapriya 
  10. Thani 
  11. Viruththam 
  12. Yeru mayil 
  13. Eppo varuvaaro 
  14. Note
...that you've just had a really good idea!

Don't deny it! Don't cast it aside, or "put if off 'til
tomorrow," or in some other way  give it short shrift.
Ideas are gifts from heaven. Don't dishonor them.

Jump right on it. Make it happen . That what ideas
are for!

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Sir Sri Vaithinathan Hariharan

Seethapathe in Kamas. That too by Sri Madurai Mani Iyer. Whenever I open my system I will directly hear this song. What a rendering. I do not know why people have given up SWARAM when singing. May be fast music just as fast food. Never one will find the display of SWARAM as in this song and except for the great singer Sri Madurai Mani Iyer no one could have achieved such a perfection. The great man enjoys his singing and that is why he is so creative and touching. I have heard him in my school days visiting our place and performing and still I am unable to forget watching him singing. He lived for music and music is his life, breath and everything. I am happy that I have enough ammunition to sit back and recollect. The Sir is only sharpening my recollection abilities. Thank you Sir. Words cannot express the joy when you are recollecting very many fine hapenings in your life. I am sure that the Sir will also be having a plenty to recollect and rejoice.

Thank You Sir

With warm regards

July 29, 2011 12:28 PM

Three kick rule

A big city lawyer went duck hunting in rural Tennessee. He shot and dropped a bird, but it fell into a farmer's field on the other side of a fence. As the lawyer climbed over the fence, an elderly farmer drove up on his tractor and asked him what he was doing.

The litigator responded, "I shot a duck and it fell in this field, and now I'm going to retrieve it."
The old farmer replied, "This is my property, and you are not coming over here."

The indignant lawyer said, "I am one of the best trial attorneys in the United States and, if you don't let me get that duck, I'll sue you and take everything you own.

The old farmer smiled and said, "Apparently, you don't know how we settle disputes in Tennessee. We settle small disagreements like this with the "Three Kick Rule."

The lawyer asked, "What is the Three Kick Rule?"

The Farmer replied, "Well, because the dispute occurs on my land, first I kick you three times and then you kick me three times and so on back and forth until someone gives up."

The attorney quickly thought about the proposed contest and decided that he could easily take the old codger. He agreed to abide by the local custom.

The old farmer slowly climbed down from the tractor and walked up to the attorney. His first kick planted the toe of his heavy steel toed work boot into the lawyer's groin and dropped him to his knees. His second kick to the midriff sent the lawyer's last meal gushing from his mouth.

The lawyer was on all fours when the farmer's third kick to his rear end sent him face-first into a fresh cow pie. The lawyer summoned every bit of his will and managed to get to his feet. Wiping his face with the arm of his jacket, he said, "Okay, you old fart. Now it's my turn."

The old farmer smiled and said, "Naw, I give up. You can have the duck."

Lesson: When you are educated, you will believe only half of what you hear. When you are intelligent, you know which half.

Sent by Mr. Bhaskaran

Mehdi Hassan Ghazals

Contributed by Mr. Anantharaman