Monthly Archives: May 2015

Internationally Famous Landmarks in my Hometown CHENNAI

Welcome to Chennai, bustling metropolis, IT and automobile industry’s destination, historic city with its interesting amalgam of conservative old world charm, art and culture and intelligence, education, world savviness and political awareness and debate.
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Right and Wrong

The story of Ramayana Sunoji suno, Sunoji suno Hear the epic story of Rama and Sita Rama, Baratha, Lakshmana and Shatrugana Were the sons of Kausalya, Kaikeyi and Sumitra The three wives of Ayodhya’s King Dasaratha Heroic Rama was valour … Continue reading

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Left and Right

Maria has spotlighted this topic this Friday. March Past There is a story related in Tamil Nadu about how the British taught ‘native’ recruits to their army to march. Somehow in all this glorification of the British might, the fact … Continue reading

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The Rice Cleaner…Buddha’s Path of Self-Remembering

A great master had a big monastery – five hundred monks – and they were all practicing the path of self-remembering. Self-remembering is one of the paths Buddha has recommended. One man entered into the monastery – he wanted to … Continue reading

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You Can’t Do That

The human mind takes an aggressive stance when expressly forbidden to do something. The story begins with Adam and Eve, the forbidden apple and the tempting snake that manages to throw the couple out of paradise. In Indian thought as … Continue reading

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The Moon and the Door –Mulla Nasruddin

Mulla Nasruddin was born in Iran and became famous as a Sufi mystic. He was considered a little crazy but at the same time tremendously wise. Mulla Nasruddin was once sent by the Emperor of Iran with great gifts to the Emperor … Continue reading

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