Warrier's Collage on Friday August 19, 2022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Friday August 19, 2022 1) Krishnavatharam : Narayaneeyam Canto 38 https://youtu.be/3hqEG4JfKOE 2) Ashtamirohini Vallasadya Aranmula https://youtu.be/sUej2CtyJWI 3) Know More about 2 : https://diphupoly.in/aranmula-vallasadya-online-booking/ Good Morning 🙏 Nice Day M G Warrier A Messages/Responses 1) V Babusenan Thiruvananthapuram Jealousy is a nice feeling that Almighty has bestowed on us. Presently, I am jealous of two persons in our fraternity : Shri Subbaraman and Shri Franklin Misquith, for their good luck that Dame Poesy is at their beck and call. The latter's poem on Senior Citizens Day falling on the 21st is quite enjoyable. Fathers Day, Mothers Day, Teachers Day : Such days are not meant for those concerned to rejoice on the days allotted to them. On the contrary, these days are reminders to society to respect them. These are actually redundant if the society is an ideal one. ***. *** 2) M G Warrier Mumbai Shared a link : https://www.livemint.com/news/ratan-tata-invests-in-sr-citizen-companionship-as-a-service-startup-goodfellows-11660638983187.html “You do not know what it is like to be lonely until you spend time alone wishing for companionship." -Ratan Tata (When someone doesn't pick up your call or you don't get the response you expect, stop expecting. Get in touch with someone who is expecting your call. Confused? : 🙏-Warrier) Accept good advice : https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/warriersviews/accept-good-advice-without-questioning-26004/ Bonus Mini Onam Sadya : Buy online https://youtu.be/Mc8Ho16OuGE B Collage Music Speaking Tree Article https://www.speakingtree.in/article/music-a-common-theme-across-all-religions/m-lite Video https://youtu.be/5jSRcf1cBD4 C In praise of Madras alias Chennai : Hello Chennai* ! Chennai is the only city in India which will have 3 international ports, Chennai port, Ennore port, third one coming up at kaattupalli. Chennai is the only city where ROYAL ENFIELD bikes are manufactured, in the world. Chennai has the longest beach in india, 12kms urban beach, 2nd longest in the world. Chennai is the only city which houses a national park within city limits. The Guindy national park. Chennai is the only city which has three rivers flowing through it, adai aaru(adayar), coovum aaru, kottralai(kosasthalai) aaru. Aaru — river. Chennai's Old Mahabalipuram Road is the single largest IT corridor in india. Chennai is the single largest automobile manufacturer in Asia. Fondly called the Detroit of Asia. Chennai is the 2nd city in the world to become a municipal corporation next to London, in the year 1688. Chennai houses the largest bus terminus in Asia at koyambedu. Chennai is the birth place of 'Chicken 65' @ Hotel Buhari. Chennai has the largest library in Asia, Arignar Anna centenary library. Chennai's Vandalur zoo is the largest zoo in India. Chennai's Guindy engineering college is the oldest in india, established in 1794. Two of the top ten engineering colleges in India located in a single road, IIT Madras, CEG(college of engineering — Guindy/Guindy engineering college), at Sardar Patel road, Chennai. Chennai houses the oldest shopping mall in India, Spencer plaza, 1863. Oldest human habitat, in the world found at Athirambakkam, Chennai The Madras High court is the world's second largest court complex. Chennai is the only Indian city attacked during world war. Chennai, city of flyovers, largest number of flyovers in India. Kathipara flyover, is the largest clover leaf flyover in Asia. Chennai is the Indian city with most number of foreign visitors annually. Chennai is the health capital of India, with most number of foreign and domestic foot falls. Chennai has the highest number of Grandmasters in chess. Royapuram railway station, is the oldest functioning railway station in india. Integral Coach Factory(ICF), Chennai is the world's largest rail coach manufacturer. Madras Medical College, is the oldest medical college and oldest hospital in india, established in 1664. The first ever flight in Asia flew in and around Chennai, 1910. Oragadam is the largest automobile hub in South Asia, with 22 Fortune 500 companies. Chennai has the highest number of cinema theatres in India. Quite obvious, Tamil film industry has given 4 Chief Ministers to the state. Chennai has the oldest race tracks in india, both horse race, motor race(obviously, being the auto capital of Asia). Madras School of Arts is the oldest fine arts institute in India (1850). Higginbothams, Mount road, chennai is the oldest book store in India(1844). EID parry, chennai is the oldest company in India (1780). MRF, chennai is the largest tyre manufacturer in india. Madras regiment is the oldest infantry regiment of Indian army(1750). AVM studio is the oldest surviving film production house in India. St. George's Anglo Indian higher secondary school is the oldest school in India(1715). Chennai is also the only city in the world where all forms of surface transport are manufactured... From bicycles, 2 wheelers, cars, trucks, armored personal carriers, locomotives, railway coaches, main battle tanks... the entire range of surface transport. Not even Detroit can boast of this wide range of surface transport. *Shared by R Jayakumar (Whether all of them are true, one is not sure. But overall an impressive profile. Bombay has three ports. The Bombay Port Trust at Ballard Pier, the Ferry Wharf at Mazgaon, and Nav Seva Port Trust at Panvel.) D Faith/Spirituality 1) V T Panchapagesan Numerically Analysed……. One to EIGHT One Is Supreme beyond our comprehension Two is. We are a Spark from the above force. Three is we function through Sareeram, Manas and Buddhi. Four. Is CHATHURTHI VINAYAKAR….. MATHA, PITHA, GURU, DEIVAM……GOT MANGO FRUIT. FIVE. IS PANCHAKSARAM EASANAM, TATPURUSAM, AGORAM, VAMADEVAM & SATYOJADHAM. Creator, Protector, Liberator, Recreater, Rejuvenator… SIX. IS MURUGA WITH SIX HEADS.. SAREERAM , MANAS, BUDDHI, YASASH, TEJAS & OJAS…. SEVEN IS SURYANARAYANAN…..VIBGYOR SEVEN COLORS LEADING TO WHITE WHICH IS PURITY OF MIND… EIGHT IS VISHNU, THE PROTECTOR protecting us HEALTH IS WEALTH……..AUM NAMO NARAYANAYA…. KRISHNA IS HUMAN FORM WITHOUT EGOCENTRIC DESIRES… HE IS BLACK WHICH CREATES FEAR…..AMONGST US… IGNORANCE BEGETS FEAR. KNOWLEDGE BEGETS CONFIDENCE. GAIN KNOWLEDGE UNDERSTANDING TRUTH . HEALTH IS WEALTH …AS A PROTECTOR HE TAKES CARE EIGHT PARTS IN THE BODY. LEGS, KNEES, THIGHS; BELLY, CHEST, HEART; MOUTH AND HEAD…. ALSO EIGHT MEANS FIVE ELEMENTS WITH THREE GUNAS…. GITA MEANS GIVE AND TAKE . 18 chapters indicate 8 as mentioned above with organs of action, 5 and Perceiver through senses 5 total 18. 18 chapters are. Life Is a Challenge……….Meet it Life. Is a Gift…………………Accept it Life is an adventure…. Dare it Life is Sorrow…………………Overcome it. Life is a Tragedy…………….Face it. Life is Duty……. Perform it. Life is a Game…. Play it. Life is a Mystery.. Unfold it.. Life is a Song………………. Sing it Life is an Opportunity.. Take it. Life is a Journey. Complete it Life is a Promise Fulfill it.. Life is Love………………………Discover it. Life is Beauty…. Praise it. Life is Truth………. Realize it. Life is a Struggle……. Fight it Life is a Puzzle ………. Solve it. Life is a Goal……. Achieve it…. God which we call in different names is a master of The impossible.. He made the world out of nothing———- Pretty good old world, is not it ? He hung it on NOTHING—. Hangs pretty good, does not it? Nothing is too hard for HIM!!! Let us understand this being useful to others in action Making our living worthy praising HIM ON THIS DAY FOR A PEACEFUL LIVING…….on Janmastami, Gokulastami, Krishna Jayanti, etc….. On Friday the 19th august, 2022. V T Panchapagesan 2) Dr Charan Singh https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1559983246376480769?s=20&t=vh6qJhkR5hMGvVDY_bwjLA Unity in Diversity - 347 सुख कै हेति बहुतु दुखु पावत सेव करत जन जन की दुआरहि दुआरि सुआन जिउ डोलत नह सुध राम भजन की For sake of pleasure, suffers great pain, serving each & every one Wandering like a dog, door to door, unaware of Gods meditation Guru Tegh Bahadur, Asa, 411, SGGS E Collage Literature : Remembering Frost https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/open-page/remembering-frost/article65750560.ece F Leisure Madras Day Musings : S Venugopal Chennai Madras Day Musings Egmore Rly Station is 100+ years Not Out! One of the most significant landmarks of Madras now Chennai Egmore has a history in itself. In those days of 1950s Train Journey was a pleasure and memorable one. We were living in Luz and we used to go to the Egmore Station to go to Madurai where we usually used to spend our Summer Holidays with atleast a dozen of our cousins. We used to take our luggage in Tram, a very relaxed mode of transport. We used carry all our belongings in a 'Hold All' !which was designed in such a way to hold all our dress, bedsheets etc. No Computer bookings in those days and we used to go and get tickets at Egmore directly. We used to be excited since the train journey was relaxed and comfortable. We used to fight for the corner seat to have a glimpse of green fields. The return journey to Madras Egmore was a sort of home coming for us. Egmore RS is 100 years young and we salute Egmore! Egmore and Central are twin children of our Chennai! G Quotes on Srikrishna https://feedingtrends.com/lord-shri-krishna-quotes-mahabharat-lessons-dharma-karma Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbhavati bharata, Abhythanamadharmasya tadatmanam srijamyaham . Paritranaya sadhunang vinashay cha dushkritam, Dharmasangsthapanarthay sambhabami yuge yuge. The meaning of these two slokas (above quote) is — Whenever there is a decay of righteousness, O Bharata, And there is an exaltation of unrighteousness, then I Myself come forth; For the protection of the good, for the destruction of evil-doers, For the sake of firmly establishing righteousness, I am born from age to age. H Ethics a soldier lives and dies for* Maj Gen Raj Mehta (retd) Please show me the dead bodies of soldiers,’ I had repeated my request to the CO with empathy. As a Rashtriya Rifles sector commander (Brigadier) in troubled South Kashmir, I was at an encounter site in Bijbehara tehsil of Anantnag district. Standing on the outskirts of a notorious hinterland village — a terrorist haunt nestled between bare karewas (hills) connected by radial kutcha/broken tar roads where IEDs could be easily planted — we were reviewing the unit’s night-long anti-terrorist operations. Things hadn’t worked out as planned. We’d neutralised three terrorists but lost three soldiers, their bodies covered under a hastily spread tarpaulin. However, it was the CO’s reluctance in complying with my request that was puzzling. That’s because the CO was capable, steady under fire and led a battle-hardened unit. He knew I hugged dead soldiers before saluting them one last time. Yet, he hesitated. We’d got intelligence that a big terrorist conclave was planned in an abandoned outhouse on the hill overlooking the village. The planning was meticulous, including that for contingencies. The unit, in a recent encounter, had taken out a top terrorist and was on a high. Yet, war-fighting has its own ebb and flow. Visionary Prussian Field Marshal Helmuth von Moltke wrote in 1871 that the finest war plans don’t survive first contact. That frosty morning, his prediction had stood the test of time. Despite our preparations, mistakes were made. It is easy to be judgmental when things go wrong. However, our military ethics teach us otherwise. Naam, Namak, Nishan — honour, integrity, flag — has said all that’s needed to be said for the millennia, and that day on the hilltop it was no different. As the elder in this small group of soldiers, morale had to be instantly restored. I demanded that they repeat the unit’s war cry thrice after me. That did it. My next job was to honour the dead. Finding the CO still inexplicably stricken, I turned to my ‘buddy’ (a soldier who shares symbiotic behaviour with you in that you guard each other’s backs in encounter situations) to do the needful. My buddy was carefully selected; an ever-smiling, tall, wiry, alert, very fit soldier. That morning, his scream on uncovering the dead soldiers haunts me. Among them lay his younger brother. ‘Mujh se bahut accha tha saab,’ he said, controlling his emotions as I hugged him after hugging his brother. The CO knew and had acted with great restraint. I saluted him. As we celebrated Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, I hope people spared a thought for those whose ethics in life, and death, will forever remain Naam, Namak, Nishan. *Received from K Balasubramanian --


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