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Warrier's Collage on Sunday August 1, 2021

Welcome to Warrier's COLLAGE On Sunday August 1, 2021 A 360 degree view of Bhagirathi at DevPrayag. Swipe your finger or turn your phone around to check out a never seen before view of this iconic place. If on laptop, click with mouse and drag. https://kuula.co/share/collection/7YBD5?fs=1&vr=0&zoom=1&gyro=0&autorotate=-0.04&thumbs=-1&info=1&logo=1 Satsangam with V T Panchapagesan Chennai SUNDAY COLLAGE We discussed last Sunday Personality having five layers, in the form of five Koshas. Today let's see how a personality of a man makes him worth living in this modern world. There are three essential factors of personality which are to be discussed : 1 Service in any form 2 Sincerity in Action 3 Knowledge Social service gives extensive opportunities for self expression. It helps us to cultivate tact and teaches Tolerance. It stresses the futility of flattery and exposes the hollowness of Hypocrisy. Let us learn to serve others and we will learn

Warrier's COLLAGE July 31, 2021

Welcome to Warrier's COLLAGE On Saturday July 31, 2021 M G Warrier : Author Page https://notionpress.com/author/m_g_warrier Good Morning For different reasons, some responses are not being included. Readers may continue to respond by mail or WhatsApp. In some cases, where the responses are with reference to contributed articles, they are shared with the contributors. Nice Day M G Warrier AA A Search for Sweetness in Bitterness https://www.whetstonemagazine.com/south-asia-journal/a-beloved-bitterness (Charukesi Ramadurai's sweet article "A Beloved Bitterness" received from Charukesi's father A P Ramadurai CheƱnai) Excerpts : "Whenever I feel a sore throat coming on or just exhausted after a long day at work, I long for my grandmother's tangy vepampoo rasam (a thin, tangy broth with tomatoes and neem flowers), eaten with hot rice and a dollop of ghee. Apart from symbolising acceptance of the bitter along with the sweet things in life, neem als

Warrier's Collage July 30, 2021

Welcome to Warrier's COLLAGE On Friday July 30, 2021 Magnificent Bharat https://youtu.be/eAB4ZrY2G-Q (Link Courtesy : Dr T V Surendran Mananthavady) Good Morning Nice Day M G Warrier A Select Responses 1) D Subbarao, Former Governor RBI Gold's mystique and allure transcend times and generations. Thank you for this Collage of history, news and views. My best wishes to all Warrier's Collage stakeholders. Subbarao (As always, encouraging words. For me, more significant is the awareness that opinion-makers take cognizance of the issues raised in Collage-Warrier) 2) C V Subbaraman Mysuru I think that Service coop banks are not under the supervision/control of RBI. Subbaraman (You are right, Sir. But when they use the word "Bank" in their name and carry on banking business using shortcuts, regulators/supervisors can be blamed for closing their eyes evading responsibility. Excerpts from a Chapter on Demonetization in my book "India's Decade of Ref

Warrier's Collage July 29, 2021 : Gold Management

Welcome to Warrier's COLLAGE On Thursday July 29, 2021 Discovery of Gold https://wap.business-standard.com/article-amp/international/how-the-gold-rush-of-the-19th-century-shaped-the-modern-day-world-118040400311_1.html (Yellow Metal that changed World View) Good Morning As some new areas of common interest are being covered, some articles on Spirituality/Mythology/Faith have not been included today. Already some readers are finding Collage too lengthy. To help them, major portions of long articles/responses are shifted to the end @ H. Nice Day M G Warrier A Select Responses 1) Suryan Ex-Canara Bank Coimbatore Snippets from Ramayana about Urmila's plight and Ravana's final words of wisdom, both are interesting topics..... Failure to abide by Dharma (even after knowing what's one's Dharma ) and at the same time succumbing to the lustful desires, knowing pretty well that it is Adharma, are two grave mistakes that brought about Ravana

Warrier's COLLAGE July 28, 2021

Welcome to Warrier's COLLAGE On Wednesday July 28, 2021 In Conversation with Manu S Pillai Author and Historian https://youtu.be/epgYnlCbKs0 (Learning from History) Good Morning Nice Day M G Warrier M 134 Ekadantaya Vakratundaya... https://youtu.be/6gBBlDorGY0 (Link Courtesy : Saravana Varma Mumbai) A Select Responses 1) Vathsala Jayaraman Chennai Urmila in Ramayana Kaikeyi and Urmila are comparable in one aspect. Kaikeyi thought that even if she is defamed as 'terrible Raakshasi, her husband Dasaratha should not be blamed as a person who has not kept up his promise. He exposed all her merits as demerits.The flawless Kaikeyi is treated as a cruel woman. Continued at H1 2) V T Panchapagesan Chennai Musings on Today's Motherhood* Days are changing and children's ways of living are altogether changed......with their self confidence ... My granddaughter who is a USA citizen has planned everything for herself. Chose a life partner, fortunately from our