01//12//2022: World Aids Day.

Lord has created the world and all living beings

To live in peace and harmony, health and joy sure

Alas, by his own wrong ways and means against nature

He gets into trouble and suffers a hell very pure!

Of the many taking toll in thousands over the globe

One is HIV warranting WORLD AIDS DAY today!

World Health Organization holds a campaign serious

Making the people aware of AIDS and sufferings!

“The Time to Act is Now” –theme of the current year

World AIDS Day Theme 2022, ‘Equalise’,

Towards ‘GETTING TO ZERO’ in this disease the killer

Prevention sure is better than cure we all know

Yet the world over, millions suffer –do not know!

Young or old, lettered or unlettered of either sex

Fall a victim many a time reasons beyond control

Ending aids not a dream- reality ahead

Make the people aware and beware of causes!

Health habits clean, ever conscious of good health

Remembering the old saying “Health is wealth”

Following basic rules of food, drink and exercises physical

All sure to help us without falling a prey-  eternal!

01/12/2022: N V S!!!

Here it is N V S and not ENVIUS!

A few years ago I was interviewed by INDIAN PERIODICAL and I give below a PORTION of it for the kind read and response of my ESTEEMED READERS:

“Dear Readers,

In this interview series where we ask few questions to people who are making a difference, it can be big, it can be small it doesn’t matter what matters is their contribution to our society. It can be anyone from any walks of life and from any country. Please, do send us suggestions of people whom you think we should interview for this series.


  Mr. N V Subbaraman from Tamilnadu is a trilingual poet, a Versatile Blogger, writer, scholar, trainer and communicator with thirty seven books to his credit including 16 translated works in prose and verse. Following are his thoughts on some of the questions we asked him.

Tell us something about yourself?

I am N V Subbaraman, was born on July 31st 1941 in Tamilnadu. My mother tongue is Telugu. Having been born, brought up, educated and employed for long and living in Tamilnadu I know Tamil well in addition to my mother tongue, English, Hindi and Sanskrit to an extent. I am a graduate in Mathematics and a Fellow in Insurance. I served the premier Public Sector Undertaking Life Insurance Corporation of India for four decades, served as a part of my Central office, in the States of Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan. I retired in 2001 as Deputy Zonal Manager and post retirement served as a Director in an HR Training Organization and as a Managing Director of a company.

Since the age of seventy, I have given up all my gainful employment and concentrating on literary activities.

I am a bilingual poet in Tamil and English. I am a communicator, writer, speaker, and a trainer.  I am a small time writer and I have thirty seven published books to my credit. I am a translator from English to Tamil and vice versa.  Totally I have to my credit translated works numbering 16 in prose and verse.

I am a Blogger-keeping ENVIUS THOUGHTS in https://nvsr.wordpress.com where I post an English poem original or translated every day from Monday to Saturday and a Sunday story right from 28/2/2015 till this day without a single break; my 545 posts in 508 days have a total VIEW Score of more than 49000 from 198 countries.

I am a Haikuist and I have written more than 1000 Haiku poems strictly in 5-7-5 pattern, with first and third line rhyming. I have ten awards for my literary activities including the latest to be awarded on 16th September UWA ADMIRABLE ACHIEVER AWARD 2016/17 by the United Writers Association of India “an Association formed to kindle the light of love and compassion among all nations and whenever possible, in areas of conflict, the Association will act as counseling body for equalizing the flow of knowledge, for reducing aggression and of generating attitudes of fraternization, and an Association of Truth to lend meaning to the pursuit of excellence with a view to forging an endless alliance and a more perfect Union among the people of the Earth”.

I am a simpleton, out and out a humanist and a Universalist keeping strictly to certain principle of life. I wrote long back and I hold to that.

                                                                                               I know no God

                                                                                                  no religion

                                                                                                no philosophy!

                                                                                              I know no Bible

                                                                                                     no Quran

                                                                                                no Dhammapada

                                                                                                no Mahabharatha

                                                                                                    no Ramayana!

                                                                                                I follow and practice

                                                                                              “Help ever, hurt never

                                                                                                  Love all, Serve all

                                                                                                 Be kind, be friendly!”

                                                                                 That is all what I know on earth and

                                                                                     That is all what I need to practice!

I am greatly attached to Saint Tamil Poet Thiruvalluvar, Mahatma Gandhi and Tamil national poet Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi.  I use to say that whenever I leave my flat all these three take me by their hands and bring me back home safely.”

I am always fond of visiting TEMPLES! There is a THOUISAND YEAR OLD GURUSTHALAM- Home of Lord of LEARNING Guru Bhagwan in PADI near by my residence – 20 minutes walk one way. At the instance of one of my well wishers I started visiting that temple on NOVEMBER 30th 2019!

One can find HUNDREDS of DOVES in the TEMPLE as we see above!

By JAGADAMBIKA SAMEDHA THIRUVALLEESWARASWMI grace and blessings I have been visiting DAILY EXCEPT for TEN DAYS- 9 days to attend a THIRUKKURAK CONFERNCE at Mysore and 1 day to attend a POETS MEET at Thirukkoviloor, Villupuram District organized by PAVARASU, KAVIMAMANI, KALAMAMANI BHARATHI SUKUMARAN.

Due to certain physical defect, WITH TODAY’S VISIT, I have resolved to visit this TEMPLE from FIRST DECEMBER ONLY ON ALL THURSDAYS, and PRODHOSHAM DAYS in a MONTH!

I do hope it was interesting to READ. Please INFORM or CONFIRM! Thanks.

30/11/2022: J C BOSE BIRTH DAY.

Jagadish Chandra Bose


Jagadish Chandra Bose

Bengali polymath, physicist, biologist, botanist and archaeologist

Today is J C Bose birth day the thirtieth November
Born in Bengal hundred and sixty one years earlier
Biologist, biophysicist, botanist and archaeologist writer
Actively investigated radio, microwave optics-nobler!

Made exhaustive plant research-we salute him on his birth day!
Great India-my Holy Motherland gave birth to great many
Leaders in Politics, Literature, Arts and Science, Sports and Games
The whole nation can be ever proud of and get inspired-famous!

Youngsters and elders to emulate the noble aims and attempts
Made by them over centuries past in all walks of life-tempt
To make all work with dedication and patriotism
For the society and the nation prosper and aid the world!


2012 – I. K. Gujral, Indian lawyer and politician, 12th Prime Minister of India (b. 1919)


Today 30th November is the memorial day of our past Prime Minister- ONE OF THE EFFECTIVE PMs-INDER KUMAR GUJRAL and here is a post on him.

Inder Kumar Gujral (4 December 1919 – 30 November 2012) was an Indian diplomat, politician and freedom activist who served as the 12th prime minister of India from April 1997 to March 1998. Born in Punjab, he was influenced by nationalistic ideas as a student, and joined the All India Students Federation and the Communist Party of India. He was imprisoned for taking part in the Quit India movement. After independence, he joined the Indian National Congress party in 1964, and became a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha. He was the Minister of Information and Broadcasting during the emergency. In 1976, he was appointed the Ambassador of India to the Soviet Union. In 1996, he became the Minister of External Affairs in the Deve Gowda ministry, and developed the Gujral doctrine during this period. He was appointed the 12th Prime Minister of India in 1997. His tenure lasted for less than a year. He retired from all political positions in 1998. He died in 2012 at the age of 92, following hospitalization due to a lung infection


Great person indeed sure

November 29th.2022:SIRAPPULI NAYANAR DAY!

Indian Saint 36

Sirappuli Nayanar.JPG

In all religions in the world, we have messengers of God to guide the people
In Hinduism we have quite a few known as Nayanmars and Alwars
Sixty four Nayanmars* and twelve Alwars dedicated to spread their beliefs.
One such nayanars of Shaivism-followers of Lord Shiva-whose day is today.

Sirappuli Nayanar, a Nayanar saint, venerated greatly in Shaivism.
Counted as the thirty-fifth in the list of sixty three Nayanars.
HE is described to have served the devotees of the Lord Shiva
And worshipped the God with various ritual practices-sacred!.

Sirappuli Nayanar was born in Thiruvakkur , Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu.
A part of the Chola kingdom. a staunch devotee of Shiva, his family
Traditionally was memorizing and chanting the Vedas, most sacred scriptures.
Nayanar saint is praised as a “munificent giver” and called a “nimbus
Which rained wealth”.  prostrated before devotees. spoke sweet words
To his guests, fed them and presented them with gifts. A great saint he was!

The images of the Nayanars are found in  Shiva temples in Tamil Nadu.


I always include THIRUVALLUVAR as ONE OF THE Nayanmars and thus 63 nayanmars are 64

Great indeed

28/11/2022:CYBER MONDAY!

As I was doing this post, a friend of mine said thank God it is NOT CYPHER MONDAY!

ZERO= O – Monday!!!!!

Cyber Monday is a chance to fuel your online business. You need to promote your website on digital platforms to drive your conversions on this occasion. Because at last, that’s what matters the most. (1/N)


In the News and Trending for Cyber Monday

Updated 10 March 2022 at 11:42 pmCyber Monday 2021

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Cyber Monday Facts & Quotes

  • Since 2010, Cyber Monday has been the highest online spending day in the year in the US.
  • Sales numbers on Cyber Monday have gradually increased by at least $100 million each year since the term was first coined.
  • According to a survey by the National Retail Federation, 90% of online shoppers surveyed said low prices were the most important part of their shopping experience on Cyber Monday.
  • The top 3 products purchased online on Cyber Monday are: Apparel, books/DVDs/Videos/Games and Consumer electronics.
  • You may have heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There’s another day you might want to know about: Giving Tuesday. The idea is pretty straightforward. On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, shoppers take a break from their gift-buying and donate what they can to charity. – Bill Gates, creator of Microsoft.

Cyber Monday Top Events and Things to Do

  • Buy something! You can buy just about anything online these days, so treat yourself or a loved one to something you have been saving up for. Chances are it is at a reduced price on Cyber Monday!
  • Fill your online shopping cart with all the things you were thinking of buying at all retail shops. Total up the cost of all the things you were going to buy, and instead of buying them, donate that exact amount of money to a charity of your choice.
  • Spread awareness on social media by using the hashtag#CyberMonday, #CyberDeals and #DealsDealsDeals.
  • Promote your favorite retailers over social media using their hashtags and by reposting their posts.
  • Save your money today and wait until Giving Tuesday tomorrow to donate it all or use it to purchase items for donation.


27/11/2022: ITHAKA POEM 751.”TO THE STARS.”

Here is a communication from my Spanish Poet friend

Dear friend,

Being again overloaded with work, I nearly had forgotten to select and translate a new poem.

The one enclosed is by one of our many thousand readers of Poetry without Borders. He is also professor. I suppose that our readers – as usual – will like the poem.

JUNPA published me second book of haiku “Dancing Butterfly”. I enclose the pdf. I hope you will enjoy the poems.

Please translate Ithaca 751. Thank you in advance

Best regards

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Sometimes I get tempted
and I throw a poem to the stars…
Afterwards, whether it returns or not

of a wandering pilgrim,
will the cosmic zeal be
their lucid or pale reflection?
Who am I to dispute

the alchemical arrogance of its dreams?
Those sometimes obscured clarities,
when they explode in the cosmos
and are

and are but the seeds
of a new world, and
why not,
of a new man?
Like me, like you…
But without any vanity,
what disguises thinking and feeling?
Or is it that we are nothing but dust
And into dust we shall turn?

ADRIÁN N. ESCUDERO (Santa Fe, Argentina)
Translation Germain Droogenbroodt

A LAS ESTRELLAS…//A veces me tiento,/y lanzo algún poema a las estrellas…/Después, si retornan o no,
a mi almohada de ambulante peregrino/será



சில நேரங்களில்

நான் கவர்ந்து இழுக்கப்படுகிறேன்


\ஒரு கவிதை எழுதுகிறேன்

பிறகு அது திரும்பி

வருகிறதோ இல்லையோ !யாத்ரிகனுக்கு

திரிந்து வரும்

விண்வெளி ஆர்வம் ]\

அருமையான வெளிரிய

மறு சிந்தனை ஆகுமோ!

அதை தவறு என சொல்வதற்கு நான் யார்?

அந்தக் கனவுகளின் ரசவாதத் திமிர்?

அவை சில நேரங்களில் தெளிவுகளை


அவை விண்வெளியில் வெடிக்கும் பொழுது

புது உலகிற்கு வித்திடுகிறது

ஏன் புதிய மனிதன்மேல் இயலாது?

என்னைப் போல உங்களைப்போல

வீண் தற்பெருமை இன்றி

உணர்வுகளையும் எண்ணங்ககளையும்

எது மறைத்து வைக்கிறது?

அல்லது நாம் சாதாரணதூசுகள் தானா?

மீண்டும் நாம் தூசுகளாகி விடுவோமா?

ஆக்கமும் மொழிமாற்றமும்

Nice Great

27/11/2022. MOTHER’S DAY.

Of all the relationships on earth, MOTHER is the most noble, sacred and IMPOERANT for all living beings. MOTHER LAND this is!

This Sunday story deals with the GREATEST RELATIONSHIP -MOTHER.

My beloved MOTHER with my Noble FATHER in our Thanjavur HOUSE! Mother passed away in 1995.




On the Top is MOTHER.

Let us take care of Mother without sending her to OLD AGE HOME!

Whatever be our position, let us take care of our MOTHER till her last breathe.

Mothers are the backbone of every family. Only a mother is capable of sacrificing herself for her children, a mother’s devotion is only astounding, her compassion so great that it sometimes borders on something dangerous. All that a mother is capable of, all that she can give us, cannot be measured in material terms

  • “Mother is our first friend, our best friend, our forever friend.” —\
  • “When we are looking at our mother, we are looking at the purest love we will ever know.” 
  • “Mother is the heartbeat in the home; and without her, there seems to be no heartthrob.” —Leroy Brownlow
  • “Mothers are like glue. Even when we can’t see them, they’re still holding the family together.” —Susan Gale
  • “My Mother: She is beautiful, softened at the edges and tempered with a spine of steel. I want to grow old and be like her. ” —Jodi Picoult
  • “Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of little children.” —William Makepeace Thackeray
  • “The influence of a mother in the lives of her children is beyond calculation.” —James E. Faust
  • “It may be possible to gild pure gold, but who can make his mother more beautiful?” —Mahatma Gandhi
  • “There is no role in life that is more essential than that of motherhood.” —Elder M. Russell Ballard
  • “Youth fades; love droops; the leaves of friendship fall; A mother’s secret hope outlives them all.” —Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • “Motherhood is the exquisite inconvenience of being another person’s everything.” —Unknown
  • “Only mothers can think of the future because they give birth to it in their children.” —Maxim Grosky
  • “My mother was my role model before I even knew what that word was.” —Lisa Leslie
  • “To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power.” —Maya Angelou
  • “Motherhood is the biggest gamble in the world. It is the glorious life force. It’s huge and scary – it’s an act of infinite optimism.” —Gilda Radner

We don’t have to write an essay to explain how much we love our mom.

short and sweet mother day quotes we are born of love; love is out mother rumi
short mothers day quotes
  • “My mother is a walking miracle.” —Leonardo DiCaprio
  • “A mother understands what a child does not say.” —Jewish proverb
  • “The world needs our mothers.” —Liya Kebede
  • “A mother’s hug lasts long after she lets go.” —Unknown

A nice day!

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Important amendments brought in the Indian Constitution are mentioned below:

First Amendment Act, 1951
The state was empowered to make special provisions for the advancement of socially and backward classes
The Ninth Schedule was addedNote:Fourth Amendment Act, 1955 included some more Acts in the Ninth Schedule17th Amendment Act, 1964 included 44 more Acts in the Ninth Schedule29th Amendment Act, 1972 included two Kerala Acts on land reforms in the Ninth Schedule34th Amendment Act, 1974 included twenty more land tenure and land reforms acts of various states in the Ninth Schedule
Three more grounds of restrictions on Article 19 (1) [Freedom of speech and expression] were added:Public orderFriendly relations with foreign statesIncitement to an offenceNote: Restrictions were made reasonable and justiciable. 
Introduced the validity of the state’s move to nationalize any business or trade and the same to not  be invalid on the grounds of violation of the right to trade and business
Second Amendment Act, 1952
The scale of representation in the Lok Sabha was readjusted stating that 1 member can represent even more than 7.5 lakh people.
Seventh Amendment Act, 1956
The provision of having a  common High Court for two or more states was introduced 
Abolition of Class A, B, C and D states – 14 States and 6 Union Territories were formed
Introduction of Union Territories
Ninth Amendment Act, 1960
Adjustments to Indian Territory as a result of an agreement with Pakistan (Indo-Pak Agreement 1958):Cession of Indian territory of Berubari Union (West Bengal) to Pakistan
Tenth Amendment Act, 1961
Dadra, Nagar, and Haveli incorporated in the Union of Indian as a Union Territory
12th Amendment Act, 1962
Goa, Daman and Diu incorporated in the Indian Union as a Union Territory
13th Amendment Act, 1962
Nagaland was formed with special status under Article 371A
14th Amendment Act, 1962
Pondicherry incorporated into the Indian Union
Union Territories of Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Goa, Daman and Diu and Puducherry were provided the legislature and council of ministers
19th Amendment Act, 1966
System of Election Tribunals was abolished and High Courts were given the power to hear the election petitions
21st Amendment Act, 1967
Sindhi language was language into 8th Schedule of Indian Constitution
24th Amendment Act, 1971
The President’s assent to Constitutional Amendment Bill was made compulsory
25th Amendment Act, 1971
Fundamental Right to Property was curtailed
26th Amendment Act, 1971
Privy Purse and privileges of former rulers of princely states were abolished
31st Amendment Act, 1972
Lok Sabha seats were increased from 525 to 545
35th Amendment Act, 1974
The status of Sikkim as protectorate state was terminated and Sikkim was given the status of ‘Associate State’ of India
36th Amendment Act, 1975
Sikkim was made a full-fledged state of India 
40th Amendment Act, 1976
Parliament was empowered to specify from time to time the limits of the territorial waters, the continental shelf, the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and the maritime zones of India.
42nd Amendment Act, 1976Since the 42nd Amendment Act is the most comprehensive amendment of the Indian Constitution, called the ‘Mini-Constitution,’ candidates can read about it in detail in the linked article. 
44th Amendment Act, 1978It is also one of the important amendments in the Indian Constitution, enacted by the Janata Government. Candidates can read about the 44th Amendment Act in detail in the linked article. 
52nd Amendment Act, 1985
A new tenth Schedule was added providing for the anti-defection laws. Candidates can read in detail about the Tenth Schedule in the linked article. 
61st  Amendment Act, 1989
The voting age was decreased from 21 to 18 for both Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies elections
65th Amendment Act, 1990
Multi-member National Commission for SC/ST  was established and the office of a special officer for SCs and STs was removed. Candidates can read about these National Commissions from the links provided below:National Commission for SCNational Commission for ST
69th Amendment Act, 1991
Union Territory of Delhi was given the special status of ‘National Capital Territory of Delhi.’ 
70-member legislative assembly and a 7-member council of ministers were established Delhi
71st Amendment Act, 1992
Konkani, Manipuri and Nepali languages were included in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution.
Total number of official languages increased to 18
73rd Amendment Act, 1992
Panchayati Raj institutions were given constitutional status. 
A new Part-IX and 11th Schedule were added in the Indian Constitution to recognize Panchayati Raj Institutions and provisions related to them
74th Amendment Act, 1992
Urban local bodies were granted constitutional status
A new Part IX-A and 12th Schedule were added to the Indian Constitution
86th Amendment Act, 2002
Elementary Education was made a fundamental right – Free and compulsory education to children between 6 and 14 years
A new Fundamental Duty under Article 51 A was added – “It shall be the duty of every citizen of India who is a parent or guardian to provide opportunities for education to his child or ward between the age of six and fourteen years”Read about Fundamental Duties in detail in the linked article. 
88th Amendment Act, 2003
Provision of Service Tax was made under Article 268-A – Service tax levied by Union and collected and appropriated by the Union and the States
92nd Amendment Act, 2003
Bodo, Dogri (Dongri), Maithili and Santhali were added in the Eighth schedule
Total official languages were increased from 18 to 22
95th Amendment Act, 2009
Extended the reservation of seats for the SCs and STs and special representation for the Anglo-Indians in the Lok Sabha and the state legislative assemblies for a further period of ten years i.e., up to 2020 (Article 334).
97th Amendment Act, 2011
Co-operative Societies were granted constitutional status:Right to form cooperative societies made a fundamental right (Article 19)A new Directive Principle of State Policy ( Article 43-B) to promote cooperative societiesA new part IX-B was added in the constitution for cooperative societies
100th Amendment Act, 2015
To pursue land boundary agreement 1974 between India and Bangladesh, exchange of some enclave territories with Bangladesh mentioned
Provisions relating to the territories of four states (Assam, West Bengal, Meghalaya) in the first schedule of the Indian Constitution, amended. 
101st Amendment Act, 2016
Goods and Service Tax (GST) was introduced. Read more about GST in the linked article. 
102nd Amendment Act, 2018
Constitutional Status was granted to  National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC)
103rd Amendment Act, 2019
A maximum of 10% Reservation for Economically Weaker Sections of citizens of classes other than the classes mentioned in clauses (4) and (5) of Article 15, i.e. Classes other than socially and educationally backward classes of citizens or the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes.IAS Exam aspirants might want to learn about EWS Criteria for UPSC which they can check in the linked article. 
104th Amendment Act, 2020
Extended the deadline for the cessation of seats for SCs and STs in the Lok Sabha and states assemblies from Seventy years to Eighty. Removed the reserved seats for the Anglo-Indian community in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies.



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26/11/2022:Our Constitution Day! PART 1

Today 26th November indeed is a sacred Day for us the GREAT INDIANS children of BHARATHAMATHA.

Yes. Today it is 26th November- Constitution Day of India!

Every year on November 26th, India observes Constitution Day, also known as Law Day or Samwidhan Divas. On November 26, 1949, India’s Constituent Assembly adopted the Indian Constitution. This took effect on January 26, 1950.

Our holy Motherland-India that is Bharath
With its tradition and culture glorious –behemoth
Fought unitedly against the foreign yoke cruel
Under the leadership of Mahatma – the noble!

On twenty sixth November ninety forty nine
Gave our great constitution to ourselves fine
Sacred constitution drafted by the eminent
Not to be meddled with by politicians present!

Seeks to provide all citizens JUSTICE and LIBERTY,
EQUALITY and FRATERNITY sure for eternity
It is the sacred duty of the patriotic
CITIZENS to follow and protect our Constitution.

We find our people very often express their concern over AMENDING the CONSTITUTION MANY TIMES! Constitution CAN NOT REMAIN CONSTANT FOR DECADES! Depending on the NEEDS of TIME, DO REQUIRE AMENDMENTS!

There are 104 amendment acts as of December 2021 that are made in the Indian Constitution over time.! ALL FOR THE GOOD OF THE NATION ONLY!!!!

Important Day