19th Century India : Warrier's Collage 18092020

Posted By : M G Warrier Warrier's Collage 18092020 : 19th Century India AA Spirituality https://asitis.com/15/1.html Urdhwamulamadhosakha... (Bhagavad-Gita 15.1) A Interaction 1) T V Janardhana Warrier, Tellicherry "Watch your Breathe" I was so eager to read this article that I forgot even to give my morning wishes. It inspired me to watch my breath and enlighten me. Suprabhatham 🌹🌹 2) C V Subbaraman, Mysuru " The poet Nettimaiyar asked Ugra Pandyan a very relevant question : "Is this right, O lord rich in victories, This ruthless taking of other men's lands While being very sweet to proteges?" The chieftains of the Sangha period respected the poets." Can we now choose to send some poets to President XI of China in the East and Imran Khan in the West instead of moving troops to the borders? ***. *** " 3) Vathsala Jayaraman " It was a fine collection from Shri Babusenan about the King and poets and poets were able to save many from the anger of chieftain. We have read many such stories in our non-detailed books in the school. Thank you Babusenan Sir for rewinding our gold memories.It is really refreshing." B 19th Century India 1) India Before the 20th Century https://www.thoughtco.com/timeline-of-india-in-the-1800s-1774016 2) 19th Century Indian Writers https://www.thefamouspeople.com/19th-century-indian-writers.php 3) 19th Century Poetry https://whitmanarchive.org/published/LG/1891/poems/27 This long poem is "Song of Myself" (1855) by Walt Whitman. This poet was introduced to me by E X Joséph during 1960's. If I had the ability to write poetry, today I would have written some of these lines. If you are able to access the link, read a few lines from anywhere. (A reader asked about E X Joseph. I met him while working in Thiruvananthapuram AG's Office. Then he was attached to the Mumbai AG's Office and was the Secretary General of the All India Audit and Accounts Employees Association. After several transformations, by 1980's he became Senior Advocate in Supreme Court. He was associated with stalwarts like V K Krishna Menon, V R Krishna Iyer and A B Bajpayee. Now having retired life with family in Atlanta, US) 4) 19th Century Indian Philosophy https://www.britannica.com/topic/Indian-philosophy/19th-and-20th-century-philosophy-in-India-and-Pakistan Lest we forget... C Readers Write What's Jupiter or Guru ? Vathsala Jayaraman Scientifically the planet Jupiter( Guru or Viyazhan in Tamil) has a lot of superlatives, largest, fastest, first, ... While it is unknown who discovered Jupiter, and while there were many other astronomers who observed the planet closely, it was Galileo who meticulously documented all his observations. The fifth planet from the Sun, Jupiter is huge, really huge. If we combine all the other planets – Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune - this mass will be less than half the matter of Jupiter. It has a radius of 69,911 km. (Earth is 6,371 km) Eleven Earths side by side will span Jupiter’s diameter If the Jupiter was a hollow ball about 1,300 Earths would fit in.A long time, roughly 4.5 billion years ago, just after our Sun formed, the remaining debris gathered into planets. Jupiter ended up gathering most of the swirling gas and dust. Yes, one year on Jupiter is equal to 12 years on Earth. That’s how long it takes for Jupiter to orbit the Sun. Jupiter does not have seasons as we do have on earth because it is rotating just a bit-a mere 3 degrees." V T Panchapagesan adds : " Some Statistics are given about our Star, and its Planets. Sun diameter is 864000 miles. Jupiter is 88736 miles Saturn. Is 75000 miles Earth. 7926 miles Venus. 7519 miles Mars. 4200 miles Mercury. 3032 miles There is only one satellite for earth which is Moon Its diameter is 2160 miles... Multiply 108 to its diameter gives distance from earth is 234000 miles. Sun is 93500000 miles. From earth. Surya Siddhanta, 400 AD an ancient astronomy text talks of the distance between the earth and moon. More information is furnished in my book released on my 80th birthday in the year 2010, Sadabhisekam 80 years "Towards oneness of one"...." D Blogs and Links 1) Nostalgia : M G Warrier https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/warriersviews/theft-a-lie-and-a-friendship-26147/ Hunger, theft, lie... While going through the experience, one may not know the severity or the significance. But later on, in retrospect, each experience will be viewed differently by the person/s concerned and others. This could be a case study. 2) Creating your own Blog https://www.theblogstarter.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjw74b7BRA_EiwAF8yHFOqVIANk-C6F5-Km68otzihoH2M-YhzVQzNJ_NAfePtcbJBeDmBKHBoCCs4QAvD_BwE Blog basics 3) Cleaning up your backyard https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/heart-talk/cleaning-up-your-backyard-25853/ Talking sense... 4) Being a journalist https://www.newindianexpress.com/opinions/mindspace/2019/dec/07/how-my-parents-have-made-me-a-journalist-2072674.html Getting a job one loves to do is not everyone's luck. 5) Not by Erin Hanson* http://holyjoe.org/poetry/hanson.htm * Forward received from T V Sumangala, Trissur (For more about the philosophy of Erin Hanson see next link @ 6) 6) Why fall when you can fly ? https://www.huffpost.com/entry/why-fall-when-you-can-fly_b_5853e009e4b06ae7ec2a3d7b E Leisure 1) Leap Year https://scienceworld.wolfram.com/astronomy/LeapYear.html#:~:text=Therefore%2C%20the%20year%202000%20will,2040%2C%202044%2C%20and%202048. 1900 was not a Leap Year! 2) Believing in oneself https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/believe-in-yourself/ Meditation route. 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