Dayananda Saraswati (Ärsha Vidya) (15 August 1930 – 24 September 2015)
Of the great Indian Saints and Seers gifted by our Holy
Mother BHarathamatha, Dayananda Saraswati born
In Tamilnadu indeed was a great Gita exponent-prime
Disciple of Chinmayananda Saraswati of Chinmaya Mission.
Manjakkudi village in the then Thanjavur district is Swamiji’s
Birth took place in Nineteen Thirty. Yes;he was known as “Natarajan”
In his ‘purvashrama’ starting his career as a Steno in the Lucas group.
in Chennai.Attracted by Gita and teachings joined Chinmaya Mission.
On the lines of his Guru Chinmayanandaji he propagated
The message of Gita through his Gita Gnana Yagnas in English
All through India and countries several away. Founded his
Arsha Vidya Peetam in Aanaikatti in Coimbatore District.
Robert Browning who wrote GRAMMARIAN’S FUNERAL
Robert Browning and his Grammarian’s funeral are indeed great
“On the earth the broken arcs; in the heaven, a perfect round.”
The line I like most as it has given me the vision for life.
” AIM HIGH, ACHIEVE HIGH” I used this thousands of time to motivate all!
The POET says:
That low man seeks a little thing to do,
Sees it and does it.
This high man, with a great thing to pursue,
Dies ere he knows it.
That low man goes on adding one to one,—
His hundred’s soon hit;
This high man, aiming at a million,
Misses an unit.
That has the world here—should he need the next,
Let the world mind him!
This throws himself on God, and unperplexed
Seeking shall find him.
Let us aim at a million- no matter we miss by an unit
A place in heaven is sure for me as my aim was high
ON THE EARTH THE BROKEN ARCS; IN THE HEAVEN A PERFECT ROUND
‘Aiming high and missing’ better than ‘aiming low and achieving’-joy unbound!
Science and Technology have become a part of our life for our development
Humans were alive when there was no development of Science sans improvement.
Benefits of improved knowledge in any field are indeed to be availed
Twenty Eighth February is National Science Day to be celebrated!
On this National Science Day we pay Respect to SirChandra Shekara Venkatraman
Physicist Scientist born in Tamilnadu Author of the Raman effect
Who got many awards and honored with Nobel Prize in Physics in
Nineteen Hundred and Thirty- year of achievement for the Nation!.
National Science Day is to make the people develop every activity
With great dedication and idea to perform well for our better future
This day marks the discovery of the Raman effect ninety one years ago
For this discovery, he got the Nobel Prize in Physics in Nineteen Thirty!
December tenth-” Human Rights Day” is today a very significant day
In a way it is a pity that we have to think and talk about this day.
God in HIS immense compassion has created all the living beings
With all freedom and rights to lead a life of peace, and plenty; harmonious.
What has happened to the God provided rights how and when we lost- question??
By misuse and disuse to the selfish needs, we lost necessitating
Intervention at international level, Oh,my God!-a pity.
Human Rights Day observed every year on tenth December, is the
Anniversary of the day that the United Nations General
Assembly adopted, in nineteen forty eight, the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights. this year marks seventieth anniversary.
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Heritage is beyond all values-to be preserved
For posterity! Great going with culture be noted!
Twenty Seventh October-WORLD DAY FOR AUDIO
VISUAL HERITAGE” with a purpose laudable!
This commemorative day chosen by UNESCO
Thirteen years ago to raise awareness of
Significance and preservation risks recorded
sound and audiovisual documents totally in all!
The main objectives of designating the date of 27 October were listed by UNESCO:
raising public awareness of the need for preservation;
providing opportunities to celebrate specific local, national or international aspects of the heritage;
highlighting the accessibility of archives;
attracting media attention to heritage issues;
raising the cultural status of audiovisual heritage;
highlighting audiovisual heritage in danger, especially in developing countries.
Every year has a theme; this year it is
“Your story is moving!” This theme allows
Plenty of scope for a wide variety of activities
based on stories that are preserved in audiovisual
Archives — people’s stories or narratives that enable
Heritage to be passed on to the next generation!
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Back from the Guntur literary pavilion
With a CENTURY -where the learned audience were
five hundred poets in the field- pitch lovely laid
By a great couple English Professors in JKC College
Players assembled from more than fifty countries-homage
Paid by the great and noble Ambassadors of Peace!
Eleventh Guntur International Poetry Festival
Was the great event-with the theme memorable
“ALL FOR PEACE AND PEACE FOR ALL” stable
All singing the song pf peace-peace for the world!
One poet from Chennai was there enjoying every minute
Contributing his humble bit-poem in TELUGU
In TAMIL and in ENGLISH- only poet to in languages three
Youngest one Nivetha in ENGLISH well received by all!
Dr. Professor Gopichand and his life partner
Dr. Ngasuseela of the English Department
Of the college same with their son and daughter-grand son
Playing perfect host-poets assembled all to salute and pray
God to bestow all the best on earth to pursue further!