Warrier's Collage on Wednesday June 29, 2022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Wednesday June 29, 2022 🙏 1) Hong Kong Fireworks 2022 https://youtu.be/KNCouOnmlGQ (Link Selection : M G Warrier) 2) Emirates Library of the future https://youtu.be/HWygPDxHuJc (Link Courtesy : T J Kurup ) Good Morning Nice Day M G Warrier Oruneramenkilum... https://youtu.be/LgfvfECOuQE (Lyrics By Chovallur Krishnankutty : Friends wanted this link. Know More* : https://youtu.be/TKh3PbQv7MQ) *Link Courtesy : P R R Nayar Thiruvananthapuram A Messages/Responses 1) V R Chittanandam Collage, Duryodhana and Arjun Madam, The story narrated by you makes interesting reading. But while accepting honour of Commander in Chief of Kaurava Army, Bheeshma makes it very clear that he would kill millions in the Pandava Army but he will not harm any of the Pandava brothers. When Drona succeeds Bheeshma, Duryodhan is relieved that Drona does not suffer any such partial treatment. Regards, Chittanandam (Thanks 🙏 Hope, the word Collage preceding Duryodhana is not accidental :-)-Warrier ) 2) Vathsala Jayaraman Chennai Great explanation comparing COVID and Kovidha. There was an examination titled 'Kovida' conducted by Samskrita Sahitya Parishad which we passed out in 1956*. I never even imagined that COVID 19 is comparable to kovidha. The author should really be a Kovidha to think of such fine comparison which is really true. *** Writing pages and pages is no problem at all. Being the editor is "the most unkindest cut of all" in Shakespearean language. Selecting the articles is comparable to choosing fragrant flowers and presenting a kadamba mala catering to the needs of readers of different age groups. It is not a simple task as we imagine. Only certain individuals like Shri Warrier are blessed with such skills. Congrats Warrier (Thanks. Making mala for use in temples is the traditional job of Warriers in Kerala 🙏-Warrier The "Kovida" Exam : https://www.sanskritfromhome.org/course-details/kovida-patrachara-samskritam-level4-7194) *Those days, we in Malabar prepared for Hindi examinations conducted by Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Thyagaraja Nagar, Madras 17. I have passed the third one "Rashtra Bhasha" which helped me pass the "Pragya" exam while working in AG's Office Thiruvananthapuram. In High School we had four languages, English, Hindi, Sanskrit and Malayalam- M G Warrier 3) S W Fadnawis Sanskrit was considered as a language created by and for Gods. People from lower strata were neither allowed to learn nor speak. That is why a great saint of Maharashtra Dnyaneshwar, who desired to spread the knowledge of Geeta among poor masses, said ''संस्कृत भाषा देवे केली_ प्राकृत काय चोरापासोन आली ?" Meaning, "If Sanskrit language is created by Gods, then who created Prakrit ( a dialect of earlier Marathi language spoken by people at large then), certainly not by thieves. He therefore wrote Dnyaneshwari in Marathi for the benefit of masses explaining them in detail the meaning behind each Ovi..The Grantha is immensely popular and is avidly read repeatedly by devotees. B Philosophy Collage Essay By Vathsala Jayaraman Who is the real philosopher? There was a great philosopher. He was living with his wife and two children in the outskirts of England. Very often he used to go on tours months together for giving lectures on philosophy, return home, spend a day or two with the family, and once again proceed on his mission. He never cared for his family. Continued at H C Collage Profile : S Venugopal Chennai Chennaiite does not stop raising civic issues* NT Bureau, May 10, 2017 Chennai : Anybody who is an ardent reader of a newspaper would have come across the name S Venugopalan in the letters to the editor column. His writings always highlight the civic issues of Chennai, most importantly the locality as he is a resident of Vannandurai, Adyar in the city. This common man tells us his unknown story. "I grew up hearing my father's voice in All India Radio, the first journalism seed sown in my head. Also, I used to read anything I lay my hands on and am a huge fan of PG Woodhouse. When I used to read, I started imaging myself as a writer and that is where it all started," he says. His initial education was not synonymous with his passion. So, in 1965, he joined Reserve Bank of India and served for 38 years. But passion never dies, so after he took voluntary retirement, he applied for post graduation in journalism in University of Madras when he was 61 years old. "It was a great experience and all my classmates are now journalists in reputed organisations. Unlike them, I started doing citizen reporting and sent mails to each and every media house about the civic issues in the society and was surprised to know that they were actually interested in my stories, "he explained. Venugopalan is a known face in his locality and people know where to go, when they have a problem. He wrote about improper bus shelters, garbage collection, traffic and a lot of issues which were addressed immediately. Talking about present day journalism, he says, "Today, scribes have got all the facilities and there are many young talents which is highly appreciable. But, in yesteryears, the commitment people showed cannot be matched." This 72-year-old is also a fan of Carnatic music. He started Madhurai Mani Maddy's Club where the members gather together to hear the songs of Mani. We also wear personalised t-shirts with his photo and perform to his songs, he joyfully remarked. Venugopalan proves that age is just a number and not a barrier to pursue your dreams. *This informative media report (News Today) was shared via Group mail by S Venugopal recently. Thanks 🙏 to him. Collage readers already know Venugopal. Long ago Venu (esvee) introdúced me to RBI Chennaifriends Group. Since then I am his fan -Warrier Bonus : National Tapioca Day 2022 https://nationaltoday.com/national-tapioca-day/ Tapioca Thief, find out who! https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/warriersviews/theft-a-lie-and-a-friendship-26147/ Suddenly, Damu touched my hand, pointing to the tapioca plants nearby. That was part of my mother’s kitchen garden. Damu asked : “Shall we eat some raw tapioca ?” I could see hunger on his face and body language. Normally no one eats uncooked tapioca. I signalled okay. We pulled out two or three tapioca plants and could get a couple of thin roots. Damu removed the thick skin from the roots and ate the raw tapioca finishing it quickly. Both of us resumed our wait for falling mangoes. We were not lucky that day. D Ramayana Masam* Dear Ones, Ramayana Maasam (The month of Ramayanam) is coming very soon. From July 17 to August 16 is Ramayana Maasam. This year, during this sacred one month period, let us together read the book titled Ramayana Tattwam. This Itihasa Grantham explains in depth the Ramayana Tattvam. Poojya Swamiji Jnanananda Saraswathi is a highly respected Mahatma and Sanyasi in Kerala's Spiritual field. The book we have selected to read, Ramayana Tattwam is a grantham written by Pūjya Swamiji. In this book of 230 pages, the portion titled 'Rama Gita' is omitted. We will read the rest of the 200 pages. Seven chapters will be divided into 31 parts and one part will be read on each of the 31 days of Ramayana Maasam. The audio clip which will be between 10 and 20 minutes long, will posted along with it. Along with the narration of the story of Ramayana, this highly regarded grantam also highlights the underlying Tattwam. It is hoped and requested that everyone participate in this Vaayana Group. Those interested in joining the Group can do so by clicking on the link given below. Please feel free to pass this link on to family and friends. Please consider this as Jnaana Yajnam and Ramayana Yajnam and see that as many people as possible participate in this. With love, Dr. Kamala Unnikrishnan. For further details, please contact this number. 9845667928 or 9446439395 Follow this link to join my WhatsApp group: https://chat.whatsapp.com/G44kAyFk8Lf83ejsRQJs78 This group is formed with a sankalpam of reading a well-known text called Ramayana Tatwam written by Sampoojya Jnanananda Saraswathi. We will be reading this book on this Ramayana punya masam. Book is in Malayalam. We will read every day from 17th July and finish on 16th August. Please send the link to all those who are interested. Dr Kamala Unnikrishnan പ്രിയമുള്ളവരേ, ഞാൻ ഈയൊരു വാട്ട്സ്ആപ് ഗ്രൂപ്പ് തുടങ്ങിയത് സംപൂജ്യ സ്വാമിജി ജ്ഞാനാനന്ദ രചിച്ച രാമായണ തത്വം എന്ന ഗ്രന്ഥത്തിന്റെ പാരായണത്തിന് വേണ്ടിയാണ്. ഈ വരുന്ന രാമായണ മാസത്തിൽ അതായത് 2022 ജൂലായ് 17 മുതൽ ആഗസ്റ്റ് 16 വരെ ഈ ഗ്രന്ഥത്തെ ഖണ്ഡശ: പാരായണം ചെയ്യാമെന്നാണ് എന്റെ സങ്കല്പം. താല്പര്യമുള്ള ഏവർക്കും ഈ ലിങ്ക് അയച്ചു കൊടുക്കണമെന്ന് അഭ്യർത്ഥിക്കുന്നു. എന്ന് സ്നേഹപൂർവ്വം ഡോക്ടർ കമലാ ഉണ്ണിക്കൃഷ്ണൻ *Messages received from Dr Kamala Unnikrishnan, Bangalore shared by Dr T V Surendran Mananthavady E Books By M G Warrier Two of you purchased my books last week using Amazon Link : Restoring Trust in Governance : India's 2020's Challenge https://www.amazon.in/dp/B08NT36GB2/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_Y2DDYA38FMN0CBM4QR8P Bonus Link : "You are meant to be successful" https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/museum-of-words/youre-meant-to-be-successful-43533/ The river water has to go to the sea; then get evaporated to get free from salts and fall back into the river after cycles. The trees have to shed their leaves to get new ones. They have to endure loneliness as their leaves fall. The sheep have to grow wool in the harsh winters, and get it removed in the summer. The terrain has to stand the harsh weather and the disasters. Like all of these are meant to be going through pain and despair; the seed of the tree, fallen in soil has to struggle, grow and strengthen its roots. Through the soil it struggles to sprout. Posted online comments : '" last two years have dampened the enthusiasm of most of the people. students couldn\'t attend classes, workers couldn\'t reach factories and offices and many lost livelihood. how to motivate them? \"keep a â never give up attitudeâ . always play to win and if you fail, use it as an asset. then turn it into a beginning, for yet another great success. when you restart after failure; you donâ t start from scratch, but your earlier experience.\" perhaps words like the above may change the attitude of some. any tilt to positivism should be welcomed when print and electronic media are going after sensitivism to earn readership and viewership at the cost of future credibility'" M G Warrier F Leisure Good Ones* ! Wife : "Why are u home so early?" Hubby : "My boss said go to hell!" Doctor : How is your headache ? Patient : She's out of town. No Man Can Ever Be Satisfied with 4 things in life : (1) Mobile (2) Automobile (3) TV (4) Wife Because, there is always a better model in the neighborhood Compromising does not mean you are wrong and your wife is right. It only means that the safety of your head is much more important than your ego! Whisky is a brilliant invention. One double and you start feeling single again. It is said that when a woman closes her eyes, she sees the person she loves the most and when a man does that : The slide show begins. Funny quote on a husband's T-Shirt : All girls are devils, but my wife is the queen of them. Q - You know why women love shoes? Ans - Because no matter how much & whatever they eat, the shoes always fit..... Q - Why can't Women Drive well? Ans - Because there are so many mirrors in a car to distract them. Q - Why can't Women stand a day in a Jungle? Ans - There are no Shopping Centers. Q - How to save a Dying Woman? Ans - Tell her about a 90% Sale going on somewhere. Q - If a Woman is Quiet, which day is it? Ans - Who Cares, just Enjoy that Day. The woman who invented the phrase ... "All men are the same" was a Chinese woman who lost her husband in a crowd. There are 3 kinds of men in this world. Some remain single and make wonders happen. Some have girlfriends and see wonders happen. Rest get married and wonder what happened.... Wives are magicians........ They can change anything into an argument. Women live a Better, Longer & Peaceful Life, as compared to men. WHY? A very INTELLIGENT man replied : Women don't have a wife! *Shared by Shivram Shetty Ex-RBI Mumbai G Quotes on fireworks https://kidadl.com/quotes/best-fireworks-quotes-that-light-up-the-sky “My early childhood memories center around this typical American country store and life in a small American town, including Fourth of July celebrations marked by fireworks and patriotic music played from a pavilion bandstand.” - Frederick Reines. Who doesn't have some childhood memories 🙏 about fireworks? H Continued from B On one such occasion he returned home after 15 months, and started giving a detailed account of his lectures and the accolades he received from the intellectuals and about the series of talks on philosophy he intended to give in future. After three hrs of patient listening, the wife started. "Behold, My Dear, some 10 years back an old lady came to our house, handed over a precious jewel to me asking me to keep it safe. After 2 years the same old lady gave another piece of ornament to me and requested me to have them in my custody and return to her whenever she came and asked for. I also agreed. I used to polish the jewels, and felt very happy to possess them and see them shine. Every now and then I looked at them with pride. Five months back, suddenly the jewels started losing their lustre. I tried my best to polish them, but in vain. I went to a professional polishing house and tried to bring back the brilliance. But the trial didn't help much. Meanwhile the old lady came home one day and asked me to return the jewels, in whatever condition they were. I tried my level best to retain the jewels. But the old lady was very stubborn and took back the jewels." The wife was calmly narrating the events. It took some time for the great philosopher to realise that both of his dear children lost their lives in a severe fever on the same day some months back. Let us decide who the real philosopher was. Vathsala Jayaraman


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