Monday, 29 June 2015

Today is Bhagavad Gita Jayanti

Today is Bhagavad Gita Jayanti. Which means today is the day when Bhagvad Gita was spoken by Lord Shri Krishna to his very first deciple in the form of human i.e. Arjun. Tomorrow Bhagavad Gita will complete 5151 years. Please refer:
http://zeenews.india.com/hindi/videos/the-relevance-of-shrimad-bhagavad-gita-in-todays-world/240233

Few facts of Bhagavad Gita please read :

What is the Bhagavad-Gita?

The Bhagavad-Gita is the eternal message of spiritual wisdom from ancient India. The word Gita means song and the word Bhagavad means God, often the Bhagavad-Gita is called the Song of God.

Why is the Bhagavad-Gita called a song if it is spoken?

Because its rhyming meter is so beautifully harmonic and melodious when spoken perfectly.

What is the name of this rhyming meter?

It is called Anustup and contains 32 syllables in each verse.

Who originally spoke the Bhagavad-Gita?

Lord Krishna originally spoke the Bhagavad-Gita.

Where was the Bhagavad-Gita originally spoken?

In India at the holy land of Kuruksetra.

Why is the land of Kuruksetra so holy?

Because of benedictions given to King Kuru by Brahma that anyone dying in Kuruksetra while performing penance or while fighting in battle will be promoted directly to the heavenly planets.

Where is the Bhagavad-Gita to be found?

In the monumental, historical epic Mahabharata written by Vedavyasa.

What is the historical epic Mahabharta?

The Mahabharata is the most voluminous book the world has ever known. The Mahabharata covers the history of the earth from the time of creation in relation to India. Composed in 100,000 rhyming quatrain couplets the Mahabharata is seven times the size of the Illiad written by Homer.

Who is Vedavyasa?

Vedavyasa is the divine saint and incarnation who authored the Srimad Bhagavatam, Vedanta Sutra, the 108 Puranas, composed and divided the Vedas into the Rik, Yajur, Artharva and Sama Vedas, and wrote the the great historical treatise Mahabharata known as the fifth Veda. His full name is Krishna Dvaipayana Vyasa and he was the son of sage Parasara and mother Satyavati.

Why is the Mahabharata known as the fifth Veda?

Because it is revealed in the Vedic scripture Bhavisya Purana III.VII.II that the fifth Veda written by Vedavyasa is called the Mahabharata.

What are the special characteristics of the Mahabharata?

The Mahabharata has no restrictions of qualification as to who can hear it or read it. Everyone regardless of caste or social position may hear or read it at any time. Vedavyasa wrote it with the view not to exclude all the people in the worlds who are outside of the Vedic culture. He himself has explained that the Mahabharata contains the essence of all the purports of the Vedas. This we see is true and it is also written in a very intriguing and dramatically narrative form.

What about the Aryan invasion theory being the source of the Bhagavad-Gita?

The Aryan invasion theory has been proven in the 1990s not to have a shred of truth in it. Indologists the world over have realized that the Aryans are the Hindus themselves.

What is the size of the Bhagavad-Gita?

The Bhagavad-Gita is composed of 700 Sanskrit verses contained within 18 chapters, divided into three sections each consisting of six chapters. They are Karma Yoga the yoga of actions. Bhakti Yoga the yoga of devotion and Jnana Yoga the yoga of knowledge.

When was the Bhagavad-Gita spoken?

The Mahabharata confirms that Lord Krishna spoke the Bhagavad-Gita to Arjuna at the Battle of Kuruksetra in 3137 B.C.. According to specific astrological references in the Vedic scriptures, the year 3102 B.C. is the beginning of kali yuga which began 35 years after the battle 5000 years ago. If calculated accurately it goes to 5151years from today.

What is the opinion of western scholars from ancient times?

According to the writings of both the Greek and the Romans such as Pliny, Arrian and Solinus as well as Megastathanes who wrote a history of ancient India and who was present as an eyewitness when Alexander the Great arrived in India in 326 B.C. was that before him were 154 kings who ruled back to 6777 B.C. This also follows the Vedic understanding.

When was the Bhagavad-Gita first translated into English?

The first English edition of the Bhagavad-Gita was in 1785 by Charles Wilkins in London, England. This was only 174 years after the translation of the King James Bible in 1611.

Was the Bhagavad-Gita also translated into other languages?

Yes. The Bhagavad-Gita was translated into Latin in 1823 by Schlegel. It was translated into German in 1826 by Von Humbolt. It was translated into French in 1846 by Lassens and it was translated into Greek in 1848 by Galanos to mention but a few.

What was the original language of the Bhagavad-Gita?

The original language of the Bhagavad-Gita was classical Sanskrit from India.

Why is Srimad often written before the Bhagavad-Gita?
The word Srimad is a title of great respect. This is given because the Bhagavad-Gita reveals the essence of all spiritual knowledge.

Is history aware of the greatness of Srimad Bhagavad-Gita?

Historically many very extraordinary people such as Albert Einsten, Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Herman Hesse, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Aldous Huxley, Rudolph Steiner and Nikola Tesla to name but a few have read Srimad Bhagavad-Gita and were inspired by its timeless wisdom.

What can be learned by the study of Srimad Bhagavad-Gita?

Accurate, fundamental knowledge about God, the ultimate truth, creation, birth and death, the results of actions, the eternal soul, liberation and the purpose as well as the goal of human existence.
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Saturday, 27 June 2015

ツ Joyous memory enjoyed in Green areas of Malanad area filled with natural scenery ツ

 ♥ To & Fro journey with our lovely family members created Heavenly happiness on earth for four days by forgetting the busy Mysore, enriched all of us with full of sentimental Joy by seeing temples, natural sight seeing places in & around malanad area created enriched joy, full to our brim of happiness by seeing the enchanting Natural sceneries by the grace of God ♥



All of us had the blessing of Goddess Sharadamba in Sringeri through our sincere prayers _/\_
 All of us enjoyed the beautiful areas in Harihara pura in drizzling rain

 Agumbe : Enchanting sceneries of Agumbe couldn't be enjoyed due to Heavy raining !

ತುಂಗಾ ನದಿ Tunga River 



Monday, 15 June 2015

Dr RajKumar full film



1954-bedara kannappa
1955-sodari
1956-bhakta vijaya
1956-hari bhakta
1956-ohileshwara
1957-sati nalaayini
1957-rayara sose
1958-bhookailasa
1958-krishna garudi
1958-anna thangi
1959-jagojoythi basaveshwara
1959-dharma vijaya
1959-mahishasuramardhini
1959-Abbaa aa hudugi
1960-ranadheera kantirava
1960-rani honamma
1960-aashasundari
1960-Dhashavathara
1960-Bhakta kanakadasa
1961-Srishyla mahathme
1961-kittur channamm
1961-kantheredu nodu
1961-kyvara mahathme
1961-bhaktha chetha
1961-nagaarjuna
1962-Gaali gopura
1962-Bhoodaana
1962-Swarnagowri
1962-Devasundari
1962-Karuneye kutumbada kannu
1962-Mahathma kabir
1962-Vidivilasa
1962-Thejaswini
1963-Valmiki
1963-Nanda deepa
1963-Kanyarathna
1933-Gowri
1963-Jeevana tharanga
1963-Malli madhuve
1963-Kulavadhu
1963-Kalitharoo henne
1963-Veerakesari 1963-Mana mechchida madadi
1963-Sathi shakthi
1963-Chandrakumara
1963-Sri ramanjaneya yuddha
1963-Navakoti narayana
1963-Chandavalliya tota
1964-Shivarathri mahathme
1964-Thumbida koda
1964-Shivagange mahathme
1964-prathigne
1964-Naandi
1965-magapooja
1965-Chandrahasa
1965-sarvagnamoorthy
1965-Vaatsalya
1965-Sathy harishchandra
1965-Mahasathi anasuya
1965-Ide maha sudina
1965-Bettada huli
1965-Sati savithri
1965-Maduve madi nodu
1965-Pativrathaa
1966-Mantralaya mahatme
1966-Kathari veera
1966-Bala nagamma
1966-Toogudeepa
1966-Premamayi
1966-Kilaadi ranga
1966-Madhumalathi
1966-Yamme thammanna
1966-Mohini bhasmaasura
1966-Sri kannika parameshwari kathe
1966-Sandhyaraaga
1967-Parvathi kalyana
1967-Sati sukanya
1967-Gange gowri
1967-Rajashekara
1967-Langnapatrike
1967-Rajadurgada rahasya
1967-Devara gudda manava
1967-Beedi basavanna
1967-Manassiddare marga
1967-Bangarada hoovu
1967-Chakratheertha
1967-Immadi pulakeshi
1968-Jedara bale
1968-Gandhinagara
1968-Mahasathi arundathi
1968-Manassakshi
1968-Sarvamangala
1968-Bhaagyadevathe
1968-Bangalore mail
1968-Hannele chiuridaga
1968-Bhaagyada baagilu 1968-Natasarvabhauma
1968-Rowdi ranganna
1968-Dhoomaketu
1968-Amma
1968-Simhaswapna
1968-Govadali CID 999
1968-Mannina maga
1969-Maargadarshi
1969-Gandondu hennaru
1969-Mallammana pavada
1969-Churi chikkanna
1969-Punarjanma
1969-Bhaley raja
1969-Uyyale
1969-chikkamma
1969-Mayor mutthanna
1969-Opration jackpot CID 999
1970-Shrikrishnadevaraya
1970-Karulina kare
1970-Naadina bhaagya
1970-Hasiru thorana
1970-Bhupathi ranga
1970-Mr rajkumar
1970-Bhale jodi
1970-C I D rajanna
1970-Nanna thamma
1970-Baalu belagithu
1970-Devara makkalu
1970-Paropakari
1971-Kasturi nivasa
1971-Baala bhandana
1971-Kulagaurava
1971-Namma samsaara
1971-Kaasidre kailasa
1971-Thaayi devaru
1971-Prathidhwani
1971-Saakshaathkaara
1971-Nyayave devaru
1971-Krishna rukmini sathyabhama
1972-Janmarahasya
1972-Sipayi ramu
1972-Bangarada manushya
1972-Hrudaya sangama
1972-Kranti veera
1972-Bhale huchcha
1972-Nanda gokula
1972-Jaga mechida maga
1973-Devaru kotta tangi
1973-Bidugade
1973-Swayamvara
1973-Gandhada gudi
1973-Doorada betta
1973-Mooroovare vajragalu
1974-Bangarada panjara
1974-Eradu kanasu
1974-Sampathige savaal
1974-Bhakta kumbara
1974-Srinivasa kalyana
1975-Daari tappida maga
1975-Mayura
1975-Thimurthy
1975-Premada kaanike
1976-Bahaddur gandu
1976-Raja nanna raja
1976-Naa ninna mareyalare
1976-Badavara bandhu
1977-Babruvaahana
1977-Bhaagyavantaru
1977-Girikanye
1977-Sanaadi appanna
1977-Olavu geluvu
1978-Shankar gur
1978-Operation daimond racket
1979-Huliya haalina mevu
1979-Naanobba kalla
1980-Ravichandra
1980-Vasanta geetha
1981-Thaayige thakka maga
1981-Havina hede
1981-Nee nanna gellalare
1981-Bhaagyavanta
1981-Keralida simha
1982-Hosabelaku
1982-Haalu jenu
1982-Chalisuva modagalu
1983-Kaviratna kalidasa
1983-Kaamana billu
1983-Bhakta prahlada
1983-earadu nakshatragalu
1984-Samayada gombe
1984-Shraavana banthu
1984-Yaarivanu
1984-Apoorva sangama
1985-Ade kannu
1985-Jwaalamukhi
1985-Dhruvataare
1986-Bhagyada lakshmi baramma
1986-Anuraaga aralithu
1986-Guri
1987-Ondu muttina kathe
1987-Shruthi seridaaga
1988-Shiva mechida kannappa
1988-Devathaa manushya
1989-Parashurama
1992-Jeevana chaitra
1993-Aakasmika
1994-Odahuttidavaru
2000-Shabdavedhi

Interesting facts of Dr.Rajkumar

Dr. Rajkumar - The First Actor in the Indian Film Industry to get Doctorate for acting (Mysore University)
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Indian Actor to get,Kentuky Colonel, a prestigious award given by the Kentuky state, USA (previously recieved by British Prime Minister & Russian Prime Minister)
Dr. Rajkumar - The only Actor to have acted in only One language (Kannada) over a period of 50 years
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Actor in the Indian Film Industry, in whose name the State Government is giving an Award when he was still alive, every year to a person who has given outstanding contribution to the Film Industry
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Actor to have around 5000 fans Association across the world
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Actor to recieve Nation Award for both Singing & Acting
Dr. Rajkumar - First Actor whose first film itself won the National Award for Best Movie
Dr. Rajkumar - First Kannada Actor to win ?Dada Saheb Phalke Award?, prestigeous award given by Indian Govt. for the achievement in the Film Industry
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Actor to have more than 10 Titles given by the Government & other Associations (Karnataka Rathna, Kannada Kanteerava, Kala Kausthuba, Rasikara Raja, Padmabhushana, Nata Sarvabhouma, Kentuky colonel, Annavaru, Gana Gandharva, Nithya Noothana Nata Shreshta, Doctorate, etc?)
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Kannada Actor to recieve ?Padmabhushan? award for achievement in the Film Industry
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Actor in the Indian Film industry to recieve 9 State Awards for acting, 10 Film Fare Awards, State Awards for Singing
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Actor ever to Act in 14 Films in a single year twice, once in 1964 & other in 1968
Dr. Rajkumar - Only Kannada Actor to Act as Hero with both Mother & Daughter in the Kannada Movies
Dr. Rajkumar - He is the Hero of the Longest Running Kannada Movie ever ? Bangarada Manushya, which ran for 2 years in one of the theatres in Bangalore & 1 year in 5 centres
Dr. Rajkumar - The Success Rate of his Movies is 95%, highest ever than any other actor in the Indian Film Industry