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Posted: 30 March 2013 at 6:15pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by s.satishkumar

 The difference lies between hanging on to the right woman and chasing the wrong ones
Very funny...but sadly, very true.
It's a relevant statement to people from all walks of life.
When I think of public figures in the film industry who could have and should have stayed together and gotten married...I can only think of Salman Khan - Karishma Kapoor.
I have grown up watching their movies as a school kid.
And even though I didn't have a clue what "chemistry" was all about apart from the proper school subject...I clearly recall that whatever it meant in the adult world, they both had it as a couple.
For me, they were the best Bollywood pair I had ever seen on-screen...much more than the SRK-Kajol pair.
(Well, SRK can romance a hippopotamus and it would still be called "intense" and passionate...Kajol is good at over-reacting and getting emotional...and I thought their pair was really over-hyped for no reason...but I like them too).
Salman Khan chased all the beautiful women and hot chics (Aishwarya Rai, Katrina Kaif, Sangeetha Bijlani, Somy Ali) and he acted with the most gorgeous women of the film industry, but none of them could ever create that special magic that he had shared only with Karishma Kapoor.
[Well, in the bargain, Aishwarya Rai married Karishma Kapoor's ex-fiance, Abhishek Bachchan...
and Salman Khan got his heart broken over and over several times...and he still remains a bachelor.]
Karishma married in a rush and is now divorced too, so I am still keeping my hopes up for them...
Just kidding. But I still think it would be great to see them as a real-life couple.
Don't you just hate it when you know two people who are meant for each other...end up marrying the wrong people?
I remember Salman Khan was so handsome in the 90s...very innocent-looking too.
(Now that he is all buffed up with muscles, he looks more like a drug addict).
Below I have added my favourite Hindi song with both of them together.
This song was the last of the good old days in Bollywood.
(The playback singers have gone extinct and Karishma's outfit is completely extinct in Bollywood now).
It reminds me of some wonderful childhood memories I will always cherish.
Enjoy and have a nice weekend.

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Posted: 31 March 2013 at 8:59pm | IP Logged
                       Comebacks and quick witted replies.

Senator Fritz Hollings Vs. Henry McMastor

When challenged by his Republican opponent during a televised debate to take a drug test.

Fritz: I'll take a drug test, if you'll take an IQ test.

Reverend Edward Everett Hale vs the U.S. Senate

When asked if he prayed for the Senators.

Hale: No, I look at the Senators and pay for the country.

Calvin Coolidge vs a lady at a White House dinner

Woman: Mr. Coolidge, I've made a bet against a fellow who said it was impossible to get more than two words out of you.

Coolidge: You lose.

Thomas Reed vs Henry Clay

Clay: I would rather be right than be president.

Reed: The gentleman need not trouble himself, he'll never be either.

Lady Astor vs Churchill

Astor: Winston, if you were my husband, I'd put poison in your coffee.

Churchill: Nancy, if you were my wife I'd drink it.

Ilka Chase vs Anonymous actress

Anonymous actress:  I enjoyed reading your book. Who wrote it for you?

Ilka Chase:  Darling, I'm so glad that you liked it.  Who read it to you?

After lunching at the Algonquin Hotel one day, the American humorist Robert Benchley and his companions walked through the lobby and out the front door. Still engaged in conversation with his friends, Benchley offhandedly said to the uniformed man standing by the front door, "My good man, would you please get me a taxi?" The man immediately took offense and replied indignantly, "I'm not a doorman. I happen to be a rear admiral in the United States Navy." Benchley instantly quipped:

"All right then,
get me a battleship."

Edna Ferber worked for a number of years as a news reporter in the Midwest before moving to New York City in 1912. After her novel "So Big" won the Pulitzer Prize in 1926, she quickly followed up with the hit play "Show Boat" (so successful and financially remunerative, she called it her "oil well"). Ferber was fond of wearing tailored suits well before they became fashionable. One day, she arrived at the Algonquin Hotel wearing a suit that was very similar to one that the English actor Nol Coward was wearing. Ferber and Coward were friends (she once described him as her favorite theater companion) and Coward saw an opportunity to engage in a bit of playful badinage with one of his favorite people. Carefully looking her over, he observed, "Edna, you look almost like a man." Ferber looked Coward over in a similar manner and came back with a classic riposte:

"So do you."

Some of history's greatest replies come from people we don't usually associate with great wit. In the decades prior to World War II, Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi led a massive campaign of civil disobedience designed to help colonial India win its independence from the British Empire. In 1931, shortly after being named Time magazine's "Man of the Year," Gandhi traveled to London to meet with British authorities. The entire nation was curious to learn more about this little brown man, as many called him. Constantly swarmed by press and photographers, Gandhi was peppered with questions wherever he went. One day a reporter yelled out, "What do you think of Western civilization?" It was a defining moment, and Gandhi's reply instantly transformed him from an object of curiosity into a celebrity. In his heavy Indian accent, he answered:
Mohandas Gandhi    

"I think it would be a good idea."

Alfred Hitchcock's 1944 film "Lifeboat," a drama about eight survivors of a freighter sunk by a German U-Boat, was one of the most popular films of the year (it was also nominated for three Academy Awards). While posing for publicity photographs for the film, actress Mary Anderson approached the director and asked, "What is my best side, Mr. Hitchcock?" His reply was soon being circulated all around Hollywood:
Alfred Hitchcock    

"My dear, you're sitting on it."

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Posted: 01 April 2013 at 11:17pm | IP Logged

Something about you that I truly admire,
Words from your mouth often inspire.
Glass is half-full, you clearly see,
Your positivity brings joy to me.

You're a combination of special and rare,
So many talents, with the world you may share.
Just the way you make others feel,
Is so wonderful, it's simply so real.

Wherever you go, whatever you seek,
I know you will conquer, no matter the peak.
By the look in your eyes, I can sense your drive,
I'm so happy, I know you will thrive.

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Posted: 01 April 2013 at 11:18pm | IP Logged

Day by Day

You can do it, I know you can,
I trust and believe in your plan.
It has been processed in your mind,
The ideal path, you shall find.

It's clear that you have what it takes,
You simply won't need any brakes.
Since you have so much passion inside,
This dream of yours will be a special ride.

You can do it, I know you can,
I'm your first and biggest fan.
One more thing I'd like to say,
Enjoy the journey - day by day.

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Posted: 02 April 2013 at 11:44pm | IP Logged
The content i am posting was forwarded by a very intelligent and knowledgeable friend of mine and yet i am stating this for i don't want anybody's feathers to get ruffled.I am simply posting this cos it sounds interesting and thought you all might enjoy reading well.

Vamsi Emani Jul 11, 2012

Who were the fools who initially claimed that the earth was flat?

Who were the intelligent ones who again proved that the world is round?
Westerners, the same fools who claimed otherwise.

Who were the intelligent ones who proved that the galaxy is elliptical?
Westerners, the same ones who knew nothing about it before the discovery.

Who invented the number system?
Egyptians? Mayans? Arabs? At least that's what books say!

When was the atom discovered?
18th/19th centuries earliest. As per our Intermediate chemistry books ain't it?

The list goes on. There is nothing in the world that is newly invented by the fools of the west. What was here in India, the knowledge and wealth of the Vedas was taken to the lands of Egypt and the rest of the west. The arrogant Indian fools of the recent centuries abandoned Vedic study while in the mean time people of the west were busy claiming scientific inventions and discoveries for what was told to them by their elders. What irony! What a turn of events!

Sanskrit is the oldest language in the world. PERIOD.
Sanatana Dharma was the oldest religion in the world. PERIOD.

Vedas were an ocean of knowledge containing the most ancient and esoteric secret sciences about Human life, existence and God.

Max Muller, a person from the west claims that the Vedic hymns could have existed at least since 15000 BCE.

Even wikipedia (based on facts available) mentions that Sanskrit existed at least since 1500 BC which was much much before the time any of these inventions about atoms or theories came into light.

Take a look at these Sanskrit words! These were not invented. They existed in Vedic hymns and verses much before times known.

Bhoogola - Bhoo meaning earth. Gola meaning that which is spherical.
Brahmandam - Meaning galaxy, andam - meaning that which is like an egg i.e elliptical/oval in shape.
Anuvu : Atomic particle
Paramanuvu : Sub atomic particle

It is foolish to think that these words were invented or added in the recent past. Here is a quintessential example depicting the knowledge of the Vedas.

An excerpt from Rudra Namakam Chamakam of the Yajur Veda, the vedic hymns used in the ritual of rudrabhishekam. This ritual cannot be dated, for it existed in the Indian culture since times immemorial.

Dhyana Sloka of Shiva : (Use of the word Brahmanda that depicts that the galaxy is oval in shape like an egg)

Brahmanda vyaapta deha bhasitha himaruja bhaasamaana bhujangaihi.

which starts off saying that He is that, which pervades the whole galaxy.

Further more, if you take a look at this excerpt from Chamakam of the Rudra Namaka Chamaka, you will get to know the mathematical genius in the Vedas.

Verse :
Eka cha me, thisra chame, panchas chame, saptha chame,
Ekadasa chame, tryodasa chame, pancha dasa chame, saptha dasa chame,
Nava dasa chame, eka trimsathis chame, tryovimsathis chame,
Pancha vimsathis chame,

and it goes on.

Mathematical genius behind it

Eka cha me                                      01 + 000 = 001    square root is 01
thisra chame                                   03 + 001 = 004    square root is 02
panchas chame                               05 + 004 = 009    square root is 03
saptha chame                                  07 + 009 = 016    square root is 04
nava chame                                     09 + 016 = 025    square root is 02
Ekadasa chame                               11 + 025 = 036    square root is 05
tryodasa chame                              13 + 035 = 049    square root is 06
pancha dasa chame                        15 + 049 = 064    square root is 07
saptha dasa chame                         17 + 063 = 081    square root is 08
Nava dasa chame                            19 + 081 = 100    square root is 09
eka ving satis chame                       21 + 100 = 121    square root is 10
tryo ving satis chame                      23 + 121 = 144    square root is 11
Pancha ving satis chame                25 + 144 = 169    square root is 13
Sapta ving satis chame                   27 + 169 = 196    square root is 14
Nava ving satis chame                    29 + 196 = 225    square root is 15
Eka Triyam ving satis chame         31 + 225 = 256    square root is 16

A vedic hymn from rudram rings a bell, doesn't it? Aren't they a part of the classic mathematical progressions? Don't they remind you of the Number theory problems you've prepared for your IIT coaching?

The most important part is that the vedic hymn is not about mathematics. The math part of it is just an extra add-on to a deeper meaning. The hymn describes how Lord Shiva has created the universe. It talks about birth and death associated with the mystery of atoms. If you observe the sequence,

1 grows to 3 and then becomes 2 (the square root). Likewise, the sequence increases first and decreases again. This rise or increase is related to the growth of atoms which we called birth and the sudden decrease is related to the decay of atoms which we called death. An ancient sage Kaanaada extolled the hidden mathematical meanings of these verses w.r.t spirituality.

This simple verse is an example to depict the ancient Indian mind. As I said before, the math part of it is an addon to the mystical meaning which is the core of the verse. The mystical hidden meaning is spiritual, the mathematical meaning is merely that which surrounds the core. The ancient Indian mind had always laid emphasis on subject (God) and the inner meanings related to it but not the objects that surround the subject.

And who do we Indians account all the greatness to? To the fools of the west who learnt everything from the ancient Indians. In the end I keep saying the same thing over and over again. Every Indian should respect the vedas and the ancient Hindu Sanatana Dharma.

Respect and follow the customs and rituals laid down in the Vedas, well of course if you are fortunate enough to be born and raised in a family that has respects Indian traditions. for they have inner meanings behind them. If the mind cannot comprehend them practically, it is the mind that is at fault, not the practice, custom or ritual. If the puny mind of a kindergarten student doesn't understand Engineering Calculus, does it mean that Calculus is worthless? It is exactly the same way with Vedas and their practices and rituals.

 Remember the wisdom of your ancestors. It is right within our genes, for they are so full of genius. Understand that you are born in the holy land of Gods where people brought rains from the sky not using some scientific process but by chanting hymns or even by singing music.

Long live Hindu Sanatana Dharma!

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                    Rick Price   River Of Love

When I'm in trouble
When I'm sinking down
Caught up in this struggle
Stuck out on the wrong side of town
Lord I know you won't forsake me
You help me rise above
Let your spirit take me down
To the river of love
Wash my soul in your water
Turn me around
And I'll surrender all like I ought to
When I go down
To the river of love
River of love
Take me down, down down
To the river of love
Dip my hands in your water
So cool and clear
Pouring down from the altar
There's healing here
Lord I know you won't forsake me
You help me rise above
Let your spirit take me down
To the river of love
Wash my soul in your water
Turn me around
And I'll surrender all like I ought to
When I go down
To the river of love
River of love
Take me down, down down
To the river of love
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Quotes to live for,to die for and to take time to decipher and ponder

"Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterward." — Vernon Law

"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." — Soren Kierkegaard

"Behold the turtle. He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out." — James Conan

"Silence. All human unhappiness comes from not knowing how to stay quietly in a room." — Blaise Pascal

"It is only those who never do anything who never make mistakes." — A. Favre

When you are in love you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams." – Dr. Seuss

"Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies." – Aristotle

"You have to walk carefully in the beginning of love; the running across fields into your lover's arms can only come later when you're sure they won't laugh if you trip."  – Jonathan Carroll

"There is no remedy for love but to love more." – Henry David Thoreau

"Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own." – Robert A. Heinlein

"The only way to have a friend is to be one." — Ralph Waldo Emerson

"A friend is a present you give yourself." — Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson

"A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and sings it back to you when you have forgotten how it goes." — Author Unknown

"One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives" — Euripides

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1. At the time of marriage, a north Indian girl has more boyfriends than her age.

2. Before marriage, she looks almost like a bollywood heroine and after marriage you have to go around her twice to completely hug her.

3. By the time she professes her undevoted love to you, you are bankrupt because of the number of times you had to take her out to movies, theatres and restaurants. And you wait longingly for her dowry.

4. The only dishes she can think of to cook is paneer butter masala, aloo sabji, aloo gobi sabji, aloo matar, aloo paneer, that after eating all those paneer and aloos you are either in the bed with chronic cholestrol or chronic gas disorder.

5. The only growth that you see later in your career is the rise in your monthly phone bill.

6. You are blinded by her love that you think that she is a blonde. Only later do you come to know that it is because of the mehandhi that she applies to cover her grey hair.

7. When you come home from office she is very busy watching "Kyonki saas bhi kabi bahu thi" that you either end up eating outside or cooking yourself.

8. You are a very "ESpecial" person to her.

9. She always thought that Madras is a state and covers the whole of south india until she met you.

10. When she says she is going to "work out" she means she is going to " walk out"

11. She has greater number of relatives than the number of people you have in your home town.

12. The only two sentences in English that she knows are "Thank you" and "How are you"

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