Tuesday, 25 June 2013



Awesome Conversation between God And a Man. Read it and don?t forget to share it with your friends.

Man: God, can I ask You a question?

God: Sure

Man: Promise You won?t get mad ?

God: I promise

Man: Why did You let so much stuff happen to me today?

God: What do u mean?

Man: Well, I woke up late

God: Yes

Man: My car took forever to start

God: Okay

Man: at lunch they made my sandwich wrong & I had to wait

God: Huummm

Man: On the way home, my phone went DEAD, just as I picked up a call

God: All right

Man: And on top of it all off, when I got home ~I just want to soak my feet in my new foot massager & relax. BUT it wouldn?t work!!! Nothing went right today! Why did You do that?

God: Let me see, the death angel was at your bed this morning & I had to send one of My Angels to battle him for your life. I let you sleep through that

Man (humbled): OH

GOD: I didn?t let your car start because there was a drunk driver on your route that would have hit you if you were on the road.

Man: (ashamed)

God: The first person who made your sandwich today was sick & I didn?t want you to catch what they have, I knew you couldn?t afford to miss work.

Man (embarrassed): Okay

God: Your phone went dead bcuz the person that was calling was going to give false witness about what you said on that call, I didn?t even let you talk to them so you would be covered.

Man (softly): I see God

God: Oh and that foot massager, it had a shortage that was going to throw out all of the power in your house tonight. I didn?t think you wanted to be in the dark.

Man: I?m Sorry God

God: Don?t be sorry, just learn to Trust Me?. in All things , the Good & the bad.

Man: I will trust You.

God: And don?t doubt that My plan for your day is Always Better than your plan.

Man: I won?t God. And let me just tell you God, Thank You for Everything today.

God: You?re welcome child. It was just another day being your God and I Love looking after My Children?

Why Do we feel sleepy in Prayer,

But stay awake through a 3 hour movie?
Why are we so bored when we look at the HOLY BOOK,

But find it easy to read other books?
Why is it so easy to ignore a msg about God,

Yet we forward the nasty ones?
Why are Prayers getting smaller,

But bars and clubs are expanding?

Why is it so easy to worship a celebrity,
But very difficult to engage with God?

Are you going to ignore it, cause you think you will get laughed at?

God said:
If you deny me in front of your
friends, I will deny you on the day of judgment:
When one door closes , God opens two : If God has opened doors for you,
God has no BLACKBERRY but he's my favorite contact ... !!
He is not on FACEBOOK but he is my best friend .... !!
?He is not on TWITTER but I still follow him .... !!
& even without the INTERNET I am always connected to him .....!!
He is not on WHATSAPP but he's always online .....!!
Forward this
if God's been good to you....

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Sunday, 16 June 2013

Malgudi Days in Kannada finally

Ramesh Bhat, who assisted Shankar Nag in the classic 39-episode serial based on RK Narayan’s English stories, says the Kannada sub-titled version which will be telecast on Janashri news channel from next weekend, is the answer to those demanding dubbed content.

doNNe nayakas opposing English medium are against law as well

EVEN THE GOVT HAS NO RIGHT TO IMPOSE KANNADA AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION. ALL CITIZENS CAN CHOOSE ENGLISH OR ANY LANGUAGE AS MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION FOR THEIR CHILDREN. This is the order of the full bench of the High Court of Karnataka on July 2, 2008. It is another matter that Karnataka has not bothered to represent the case in the Supreme Court…
198. In the light of the aforesaid discussion and in response
to the reference, we record the following conclusions:
1) Right to education is a fundamental right being a
species of right to life flowing from Article 21 of the
Constitution. By virtue of Article 21-A right to free and
compulsory primary education is a fundamental right
guaranteed to all children of the age of six to fourteen
years. The right to choose a medium of instruction is
implicit in the right to education. It is a fundamental
right of the parent and the child to choose the medium
of instruction even in primary schools.
2) Right to freedom of speech and expression includes
the right to choose a medium of instruction.
3) Imparting education is an occupation and, therefore,
the right to carry on any occupation under Article
19(1)(g) includes the right to establish and administer
an educational institution of one’s choice. ‘One’s choice’
includes the choice of medium of instruction.
7) Thus, every citizen, every religious denomination, and
every linguistic and religious minority, have a right to
establish, administer and maintain an educational
institution of his/its choice under Articles 19(1)(g), 26
and 30(1) of the Constitution of India, which includes
the right to choose the medium of instruction.
199. (a) Accordingly, the Writ Petitions except W.P. No.
21052/1994 and W.P. No. 5618/1993 and the Writ Appeal
are partly allowed, quashing Clauses (2), (3), (6) and (8) of
the impugned order in its application to schools other than
schools run or aided by the Government
(b) The rest of the Government Order is upheld. All the
orders, endorsements, circulars, issued giving effect to the
aforesaid Clauses (2), (3), (6) and (8) in the impugned order
are also quashed.
(c) Writ Petitions 21052/1994 and 5618/1993 are delinked
and they are sent back to the single Bench for decision in
the light of this judgment

Movie Review : Kaddipudi

If a man murders a one person, he is a murderer. But a man who murders millions becomes a conqueror. ~ Anant Nag in Kaddipudi

This happens to be my first review of a Kannada movie. Let me inform the reader that this one carries no spoilers. I have always despised bloodshed and glorified depiction of anti social characters on the silver screen. In spite of this prejudice, I watched the movie Kaddipudi as I had heard that it was a good movie on Twitter. So, here goes my reaction.

The movie begins with the the well-known criminal-who-turns-into-a -good guy  narrative by the police commissioner (Anant Nag) about the protagonist Anand alias Kaddipudi (Shiv Rajkumar). The brilliant tone and voice of this seasoned actor (Anant Nag) compels me to call him the Morgan Freeman of Kannada cinema.

Kaddipudi happens to be an underworld kingpin who intends to stop all his nefarious activities and lead a decent life. In addition to this, he actively takes part in the police investigations as an informer. He still commands respect and instills fear in his profession and the locality. A local politician takes him under his wing and involves him in his semi-legitimate businesses. The first half is mixture of political rivalry, obscene criminal acts and subtle humour. Rangayana Raghu who plays  ‘Jinke’ entertains the spectator with his witty dialogues and spicy humour. Fate plays the match-maker in bringing together the heroine Uma (Radhika Pandit) and the hero thanks to a series of comical coincidences.

The second half engages the audience in an heady cocktail of romance/sleaze, suspense and bloodshed; the latter being slightly tolerable though not recommended for the weak hearted. The movie gets predictable as heads roll, forcing the protagonist to stop being the prey and turn into a predator. However, the director Suri has served it to the viewer without loopholes. The movie ends with the victory of the protagonist and a hint that confirms a sequel  to the movie.

Shivanna slips into the role of Kaddipudi effortlessly as he has a familiarity with such roles in his career. Radhika Pandit has grown out of her previous cutie roles and played a serious role that deserves commendation. Aindrita Ray is has scorched the screen in her brief yet bold performance which has made a lot of people raise their eye-brows in sandalwood. The camera person deserves praise for some great shots in the course of the movie. Last but not the least, Suri the director deserves credit for striking the right recipe for a movie that deserves success.

Kannada film industry has produced a good number of movies with the theme of goonda-ism and bloodshed, popularly known as the longu-macchu genre of movies. However this movie stands out from the rest as it has a solid plot, good script and a healthy dose of comedy. 

Kaddipudi happens to be yet another goonda (semi-goonda) -flick for the aging actor. This movie must serve as a breather for his career which was functioning on a ventilator till the past few weeks. The director Suri can pat his back for giving a good movie to his fans. All in all, Kaddipudi deserves an 8 on a scale of 10.

I suggest the sweetie-softy young people to stay away from Kaddipudi. A must watch for all those have an inclination towards weekend entertainment if not authentic cinema.

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Oo Oo Womaniya!!

Did you know that 80% of the advertisements today are produced keeping woman’s appeal in mind. (Actually I just made that up,  but you get the drift). I was watching a south Indian movie this sunday and there came the famous “Sirf 2 minutes ka break!”. For some reason, I didnt change the channel (I didn’t have a choice to go to, its weekend, what do you expect.) so I sat through the Ads. And
, I realized that nowadays advertisements are made for chimpanzees, not for humans. So dumb! Even a monkey knows he’s not gonna get a monkey chick just because he used a specific brand of underwear. Grow up, losers! The only way you’re gonna get somebody to like you is good old ways: Talk, communicate, improvise. Spoiler: you don’t need to wear deodorants!! I know, right?

So I thought, instead of continue watching that dumb movie, why not educate our country’s teenagers a little bit, who I think eat grass in dinner. So wannabes, off we go!

Ah, my favourites! So people, first and foremost. When it’s hot outside, you sweat. And you fatasses sweat so bad, that it stinks. People can’t stand within 10 feet from you. So, a company starts making deodorants. Which does what? NO! It doesn’t get you chicks. :D It frees you from your stench. I can promise you the only plus you are getting off a bottle of deodorant is that you won’t choke and die on your own smell. :D Got it? Now repeat after me: “Deodorants don’t get you chicks.”. Good. Good.
Girls: Not that it matters, but whatever you do, you will get guys I promise. So, just one advice: Do whatever you want.

“Paas Aao, Meri saanso me samaao.”
I remember watching a lady in a retro 70′s ad while a person hummed this song “Kya aap close up karte hain”. Such a catchy tune. Until a couple months ago, I was aware of the fact that toothpastes are for brushing your teeth. The only other use I knew of this product was to eat it in childhood, because they tasted so awesome!! :D
But guess what, according to the recent studies (read Ads) it turns out, if you are brushing your teeth with Close-up, you are gonna get kissed from a lady, who herself would brush her teeth with same paste! Otherwise, ofcourse its not possible. I mean, what is the point of kissing when one’s brushed teeth and other has just used Mintos!

** Clothes & Undergarments (Don hai to On hai) **

Ok this is self-explanatory.

** Mobile Phones **

Okay, this one is straightfold dumb. There was an ad on TV a few days ago where a phone boasts of ultra fast Wi-Fi and promises to make your life ultrafast. So, this idiot girl sits close to her and laughs on a comedy video streaming “Only because the phone has ultrafast WiFi you know”. The guy notices the girl having a good time and comfortably puts his arms around her. Now, 1st point is it’s difficult to point out the guy in this ad.

Once in a while we see good ads today. But the pace with which the concentration is shifting towards attracting girls/women in Advertisements is awful. India is a country which rides on waves. Amitabh Sneezes one morning and the whole India goes out of their minds. Be it cricket, be it Anna Hazare/Lokpal bills, Orkut/facebook: We always overdo things. This new wave riding teenagers’ mind: Having a girlfriend/boyfriend, I gotta tell ya fellas, its completely overrated. :D
Oh, you wanna smash me in comments, go on talk about forever alone. I won’t blame you lot. But think over the point. Sometimes its good to give a little exercise to young chap. Let’s wear our thinking hats shall we.
Peace out!
Edit: One of my friends took offence on calling that South Indian movie “Dumb”. Whilst I appreciate his scrupulous eye, on the other hand I want to clarify, I can call any movie “Dumb” I want. It’s not regionally adherent, but believe me or not, most of the movies made today ARE DUMB. So, southies don’t need to take any offence here, alright? Peace out!

Selling Happiness since 1920

Several Post apocalyptic movies have depicted in great detail what could happen in a world where humans might be tormented by machines. Terminator, The Matrix, and there are couple more not worth mentioning. In these movies humans are shown to be proud of being capable of having emotions. To have hope. to experience Pain, love and happiness. To be able to cry. Well I gotta tell ya folks, it looks overrated to me. Its as if Bill Gates is being mocked by a beggar that he can’t sleep on streets or can’t Savour being hungry for days and being winced by cold winter. Nevertheless, there is one thing I am sure humans would be proud of in such a world, where robots and machines will prevail. That is, use of Emoticons in chat and emotions in Advertisements [Pun intended].
Point in case: Utterly and butterly delicious “Happiness” being used in advertisements now-a-days. I guess nobody is selling products, since they are so busy selling happiness cloacked with consumerism. You go to grocery store to buy cholesterol free oil, guess what, happiness comes along free with it. Wanna buy a coke to quench your thirst? Don’t open the friggin’ coke, you gotta open the happiness first. Are you buying a dairymilk chocolate for your girlfriend, well no sir, first you have to make sure its the right occassion to say “Kuchh Meetha ho jaaye”. Are you Fuckin’ kidding me?
None of this is as big a crap as Big B selling you boroplus in the name of “Sardi ki Nazar na lage”. IT’S A FRIGGING COLD CREAM TO PREVENT YOUR SKIN FROM BEING DRY. GET IT?
Have you seen the Tata Nano ad? It’s as if they want us to make fun of them. Khushiyon ki chaabi, my foot. I am gonna kill you with that same key if you give me a Khushiyon ki chaabi for 1 Lac Rupees instead of the actual car keys. Happiness I can manage. I want a car key from you, dumbass.
I absolutely get it that our Indian society is emotionally driven. Everybody here is either laughing or crying. Every sentence here ends with an emoticon, rofl and lol (more about that later) Every facebook photo is a portrait of how happy the chap is to be somewhere. Every status about being home is demanding a declaration of how happy the poor guy is to be at home.
I mean what’s up with all this declaration stuff. Who do you want to prove that you are enjoying? How ridiculous does it even sound to go visit some place and instead of living the moment there, you are busy capturing the whole thing on camera so that you could *INSTANTLY* share it to show people you are ENJOYING. This particular feeling of happiness is what drives the companies to create whole Ad campaigns targetting Human Emotions.
And in the end, he said to me “How hard it is to be happy, yeah?”

What’s Trending you ask, Idiocy I say.

Heylloo and whats up! 2012 passed and 2013 is here already.
Basically here’s where I gotta write the intro part of the article. But heck, lets lose out into the matter at hand. Coz seriously I can’t think of something funny to say here every time you guys. Give the fellow man a break. Aaaaaaaand Off we go:
The Slap of truth: Dayaa ka chaanta

Long gone are the days of concentration camps of Hitler, when chemists worked really hard to discover and synthesize chemical substances which could make you speak truth. India’s premier crime investigation unit CID uses a different model. Na na na, we are not talking about some other chemical shit, or electric chair. It’s something far more dangerous: The Slap of Truth! Dayaa, whose length is equal to breadth, is the man of the hour. No matter how hideous crime, how rough the criminal is, he’s bound to speak truth when he gets slapped by our fella. It’s a divine thing, actually. There is one more advantage actually, as soon as the criminal gets slapped; the criminal gets delivered to CID headquarters, unless they are not already there.

Sometimes I am bound to think that stories for CID are written backwards. They decide who’s going to commit crime, what crime, who will get killed and then they come to why.

It’s about time Dayaa starts a stall outside malls and parliament. 1 slap for 200 bucks, 2 for 150.
100 Crore ka Sach!

Okay. Forbes say increasing prices of movie tickets are responsible for movies grossing in excess of 100 crores today. growing no of multiplexes, digital reprints, wide releases. They all might constitute to this outrageously exceeding collections. But in my opinion the main reason is the same which is the reason for india’s upwards of 100 crore population: “Illiteracy”. ahem? ahem? Did I lie.
I mean who the fuck are these people who go to watch heroes cranking people’s skull and everytime they slap villains in the head, there is a sound of two metal balls colliding. Thhhhannnnnnnnnnn! What’s up with that???
On few occassion we were trapped in the movie halls of these films, I have seen my friends amidst song humming the lyrics even before they’ve sung it in song. I mean how predictable you wanna be. I bet you there would be an android app on the market right now for creating movies. It will take input : Hero, Heroine & villain name, Name of production to decide the release date and a plot from another 100 crore grossing movie. After all the story writer is a chimpanzee from the near jungle on a booze and doped heavy. Or may be some birds chirped on keyboard and the story writer called it a day.
Salman khan seems to be on a truth and dare contest where someone has given him a task: Either marry or do movies without storywriters. Well the latter is easy so here we are.
MTV roadies: Everything which is wrong with Today’s youth.

So I heard somewhere that MTV roadies is kicking off its 10th Seasons. Oh no. I mean the city’s gutters are already choking down enough shit and we are starting roadies 10. They are advertising on TV that Roadies is the first reality show to reach 10th season. Well, someone needs to know when to stop. Guys. I’ll tell you. You know what roadies is? Apart from being a pathetic ground to show off swearing is a KEWL thing, it represents everything which is wrong with today’s youth.

Oay, tell me what kind of real world situation you are gonna find yourself into where you’ll have to Poll dance.
It’s a show of duality. You’ll be taught to be respectful to girls yet you’ll have to hurl limitless abuses towards each other. Honestly will be rewarded only if its backed by dirty politics about who will vote out whom. The only thing which is constant about it is it’s Straightfold Dumb!
Govt should make a separate facility for the people who look forward to new seasons of this show and will want to attend the interview.
Ain’t this article got a beginning. And it sure as hell isn’t gonna have an end. So see you lovely fellas soon!
Piece out!

5 drinks to fight ageing :-

1. Water : Drinking water will help beat that groggy feeling and make your skin look its glowy best.

2. Coffee : At Breakfast Coffee may help your heart and (if you take it black) metabolism, and it reduces risk for some types of cancer.

3. Green tea : At Lunch Sip tea. Green kick-starts metabolism and can help fend off breast cancer.

4. Hot cocoa : Snack Hot cocoa (have it over ice if you can't take the heat) has more antioxidants than coffee, red wine or green tea. Great for your heart and skin.

5. Milk : Before Bed Grab milk—your skeleton will love the calcium, and your muscles will love the protein. You'll wake up even stronger.



I got surprised when I read and followed this Forwarded mail. Request you to read and comment-
"No wonder so many people say Google's search engine can find anything
1- Go to Google 
2- Type in the word "Failure"
3- Instead of clicking "Google Search," click "I'm Feeling Lucky."
4- See search results.
5- Spread the word before the people at Google "fix" it.
So how exactly does it happen?
No, it isn't an easter egg. It's called a "google-bomb", which is used by blogs and websites to exploit weaknesses in google's pagerank algorithm. Basically, it works by linking to the target page using the search text on various web-sites. Other bombs include: "Miserable Failure", "Unelectable" and "Worst President" which all take you to George W. Bush's Bio.
Here's my favorite: "french military victories". :)

Monday, 10 June 2013

What to do with our selfish past? Before coming to Bhakti we were conditioned to many materialistic selfish activities. These conditionings turn out to be the biggest obstacles on the path of Bhakti Yoga. That particular selfish activity to which we are addicted attracts our attention and ultimately destroys our spiritual life. How do we resist the force of these conditionings and safeguard ourselves from going astray?

Since time immemorial we have conditioned ourselves to certain misconceptions. The Srimad Bhagavatam teaches that the origin of all misconceptions is janasya mohoyam aham mameti. We are thinking, “I am this body and all things in relationship with this body are mine.” But actually, I am the spirit soul and what is really mine, is the opportunity to serve and to love. That is the constitutional nature of the soul, but when we fall into this misconception, we act to serve our ego than to serve God. Whatever we then do has a karmic reaction.
Karma is both gross and subtle. Everything we do or say, not only will incriminate us in physical, mental and emotional reaction, but also conditions our consciousness to be more and more attached in a way that develop a deeper proclivity or inclination to that type of thought or activity. Thus, we are the conglomerated sum total of all the conditionings that we have put upon ourselves through this life and through many countless lives. Even when we take to a path of pure spiritual life and thus have noble aspirations, our conditionings are still lurking within our mind ready to haunt us like ghosts. The mind is filled with the sum total of impressions, attachments and desires from all our previous lives and we are able to see only a few desires that come up at a time. Just like there may be countless fish in the ocean but we only see a few jumping up every now and then, there are millions of desires and attachments in the mind and every now and then a few come to the surface.
The solution is to recondition ourselves. We have cultivated selfishness and all sorts of desires for acquisition and enjoyment. The process of sanatan dharma is to recondition our mind, senses and lives through purity, humility and selfless service. When we engage in devotional service to God, the power of God’s mercy upon us is so great, that in a relatively short period of time it purifies us of all the conditionings. Therefore Lord Caitanya prayed, cheto darpan marjanam bhava maha devagni nirvapanam: the pure water that falls from the sky turns muddy on falling to the ground but comes back to its natural state on being filtered. Similarly, when we filter our consciousness of the conditioned attachments and desires, it comes back to its natural constitution. The simplest most effective way of purifying the mind is by fixing our consciousness on God. In the age of Kali the most highly recommended process of bringing the consciousness back to its pure natural state is remembering the Supreme by chanting His holy names.
Two things are required to filter the mind – one is filtration and the other is to stop poring junk in it. In spite of having the best filter, the water can never be purified if we keep throwing pollutants and mud in it.

täni sarväëi saàyamya
yukta äséta mat-paraù
vaçe hi yasyendriyäëi
tasya prajïä pratiñöhitä
“One who restrains his senses, keeping them under full control, and fixes his consciousness upon Me, is known as a man of steady intelligence.” (Bhagavad Gita 2.61)
The great acharyas have taught us regulative principles and we must follow them very strictly. Violating these regulative principles simply pours more and more dirt in our mind and we get addicted to the materialistic concept of life. If we want to give up something negative we have replace it with a positive alternative. It is very difficult for one to stop something one is habituated to for a long time. But it becomes relatively easy if we engage our mind, senses and life’s energy in something positive. It is said that an idle mind is a devil’s workshop. We want to eliminate the negative through the process of replacing it with positive. Simply negation of these desires will not do since the soul is pleasure seeking. Therefore Lord Krishna did not tell Arjuna to go to the forest and do nothing, say nothing and speak nothing, but (he told him) to act with mobility, integrity and devotion to Him.

How to live in a world plagued by selfishness? It is said that we should always associate with selfless people, and that’s very criticalwe should also love them as they are also part of God. So, if we are surrounded by such people, how should we act?. Then, how should we interact with the people who are selfish?

 By being a good example.  Of course, if those people open their minds and hearts for us to speak to them about higher virtues and higher truths in life, then that is our service to them—to offer them that higher ideal, that higher philosophy that’s based on truth.  We should not be egoistically thinking, “I know more than you.”  We should be humbly serving all living beings by sharing a spiritual message that will enlighten them, bring joy in their life, and relieve them of suffering.  So, if we learn the philosophy and the truth nicely ourselves, we can present it in a way that can help convince others of the good way of living.
But if people are unwilling to hear, we can just be good examples. They should see that we are dynamic and successful in whatever we do, as far as possible. At the same time they should see that we do it without greed, without anger, as an expression of our love for God. They should see that we’re actually good, we’re actually spiritual and selfless. That will have a tremendous impact on people.
We live in a world where people have very difficult time trusting one another because they’re exposed to so much hypocrisy.  Most people say one thing and do the other.  But when we act in a spirit of selfless service, which comes by cleaning our own hearts through chanting the names of God and living a service-oriented life, people will feel the radiation of your spiritual energy and they’ll be able to trust you.  They’ll say that this person actually has a simple and innocent heart and I can trust him/her.  And when people trust you, you can do so much good in their lives by your example, by your words.  So we should not hate people that are selfish.  We should feel compassion for them, and we should live in such a way that we can somehow reach their hearts and help them, and if we can’t do anything else, we can pray for them.  You may not be able to change the world, but you could change yourself. And when you access that spiritual potency, you could do your part of making the world a better place.
In building the bridge across the Indian Ocean from Ramesvaram to Srilanka, Hanuman was lifting mountain peaks and putting them in the water, and there was a little spider kicking grains of sand with his little legs.  Hanuman told the spider, “Move aside!” and Rama said to Hanuman, “No!  You move aside!  That spider is doing as much as you.  In helping me in my mission he is doing as much as he can.  That spider’s capacity is to kick one grain of sand at a time, you’re capacity is to rip off mountain peaks and put them, but you’re each doing what you can do; therefore, you are both equally perfect in my eyes.” So, let us be happy just doing our part, whether it’s big or small. And let’s try our best to clean our own hearts to love God and to do actual good in the world.