IN THE WAKE OF INDEPENDENCE OF INDIA

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In the wake of Multi Culture, Religions, Castes, Creed, Race,Rituals, Languages; no Borders of States,

I and most People want My Country INDIA to be United & One.

In such a scenario my Country shall be Proud of its Flag held High.

INDIA TODAY CELEBRATES ITS 69TH INDEPENDENCE DAY

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Orangwe White and Green Inverted left I DEDICATE THIS POST TO ALL FREEDOM FIGHTERS 

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THE ERASING OF THE INDIA PAK BORDER BY “BAJARANGI BHAIJAAN”

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THE ERASING OF THE

INDIA    PAK 

BORDER
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“BAJARANGI  BHAIJAAN”

FILMS! By this time, I think, I might have seen Hundreds or I should say Thousands of films. Films have made an enormous impact on the Indian scene and the public at large. Of course not to leave of films and the world audiences, be it Western, European, Hollywood, Chinese, Japanese.  The audiences have enjoyed to the fullest and in return they have encouraged the whole film industry to what it is now.

Be it the stories, music, acting, dressing, locations, photography, the technicality and the whole performance of the ART. People got what they wanted, they expected more and they got it, they wanted new things and accordingly they were rendered.

While we see a movie it is observed, how the audience respond; they get totally engrossed in the film and they become indentified with it. We see them silently watching, crying, laughing, screaming and whistling. It shows how much it is appealing to them. It shows that they have approved. It shows that everything has come right. It is they who judge and give the verdict, be it a colossal, super star cast or an ambitious directorial venture. Films of all times have been made for the audiences taste; if they have not; they have turned to be flops. A lot can be written only on this particular subject.  

Bajarangi Bhaijaan is a very simple story line, which can be told in few sentences. Bajarangi  is another name to Hanuman, the monkey God of the Hindus and Bhaijaan is the Urdu version to address brotherhood by the Muslims. Let me warn myself; I am not writing a review of the movie. The other day I went to see the movie with my family and was wonder stuck. From beginning till the end there was screaming and whistling, I had never experienced such applause. There was continuous screaming and a sense of approval as the movie proceeded. Even my children and I also at one or two scenes screamed. I had tears at some touching sequences.

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 I have seen movies of stars – Dilipkumar, Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar,Raj Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor, Feroz Khan, Rajesh Khanna , Amitabh Bachaan, Waheeda Rehman, Hema Malini, Sridevi, Helen, and the latest Hrithik Roshan to Shahid Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Raveena Tandon to Deepika Padukone,Katrina Kaif,Mallaika Arora  in which, every time they appeared to sing a song or dance on the tunes there used to be great applause. There used to be not only screaming and whistling but also breaking of bottles and tea cups. Especially the songs and scenes after the interval would be full of breaking of the bottles and tea cups which they would have brought from the tea stall at the theatre. But that was at certain intervals and time gaps.

The account of the applause and screams and whistles during the running of the movie “Bajarangi Bhaijaan” is to be adored, adorned and admired. Every time Bajarangi (Salman the hero) or the child raised their hands and joined their palms as a salutation or ‘Namaskar’ what is called by any Indian. The rising of the right hand and putting it inverted to the forehead as a salutation or ‘Addab’ as done by any Muslim. The salutation to Hanuman the ‘Monkey-God’ and also to live monkeys whenever there was a chance to see them. Whenever a line of dialogue in appreciation of Hindu & Muslim community.

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We feel in the audience there are guys who are seeing the movie for the second time or the nth time, who knows; the reaction much before the action itself is the proof.

The finding of the six year old speech impaired child’s caste, creed, race, parents, place of dwelling and at last the country makes bhola (innocent, guilt free, angelic) Salman to bring the innocent child to Pakistan from India where she was lost. It makes a deep sense of thought in which we live and lead our life but actually would not want to continue in the same process of thought. We are able to give scope for other thoughts for true love and even for people to be our own, whom we have considered as others. Cohesion is what Humanity wants. The story questions and as well as answers the questions. The Screen-Play is stupendous, which is the major reason for the success of the movie. I can even predict an award for that. Pats! To Shri K.V. Vijayendra Prasad, who has also scripted the movie “Bahubali”. A great Namaskar to him and the director Kabir Khan.

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“Bhar Gaya Jholi Na Gaya Khali”

The movie ends in between the fencing of the India and Pakistan border, what they call it “No Man’s Land”. Salman hugs the child and throws her into the sky from his arms in rejoice. In the rejoicing we feel the Border between the two countries is erased. Applause !!!!!!!!!

THUS SPAKE JESUS: LOVE THY NEIGHBOR

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 THUS SPAKE JESUS: LOVE THY NEIGHBOR

NEIGHBOUR! Things have changed so much these days; it is difficult to know who our neighbours are. To whom should we call our neighbours? To most people on this earth in these times, life has been on the run. From the work place to back home is a tiring job and one gets retired by the day’s end to shoot back into the favourite bed. Where is the time for people around? We live in Apartments, Flats, Bungalows, Chawls, Farm Houses, Hutments, Etc; the more sophisticated ones in urban areas live in Rove-Houses, Villas and Bungalows. We do not know most of the times or we do not attempt to know who our neighbour is.Villas_in_Bangalore_Silvanakalkan-luxury-villa-for-sale-252502889047 In India and most countries, it is common to find people living in villages and townships where houses are attached one to the other with only a distinction of a wall. ChawlJhopadapatti 1 Those human beings living beside our dwelling place, whom we consider as just human beings only; I think if they were of a different species we would attempt to drive them away. download (3) In the dwellings that we live, most times we are bound to meet and interact with those people and we tend to derive problems, troubles, fights, ill behaviour, abuse of language and filthy talks rather than having friendly relationship, good ties, inviting each other on special occasions, sharing happiness and sorrows, helping each other at times of crisis and so on and so forth….. At times it may come to police intervention or filing of law suits against each other which would prolong for years and years. Ultimately to decide upon and say –“what horrible and toxic neighbour I have or am living amongst”. Almost two thousand years back, Jesus preached and he thus spake – “Love Thy Neighbour”, what he actually meant and to whom he was referring to as neighbour is now to be pondered. Did people live in the same manner as of now and behaved in the same fashion that made him speak so. Volumes might have been written on this. I am not writing anything new, I think I am only giving it a new twist. Living in the dwellings in these modern times like as I have said above. We instead made arrangements to live, separately from our neighbours. This made us live away from those people who live beside us, whom the world calls ‘neighbours’. We call it our civilised society and a developed world. Resulting in, to make a generalised statement as to –‘who is our neighbour and what love is’. That’s why Jesus’ message is as fresh, as important, as contemplating and as thought-provoking. As for now who all are doing the “Blogging 101 June 2015”, to them, Word-Press team has extended the preaching of Jesus. It is as to our approach towards our neighbours, they mean and I mean our fellow Bloggers of this world. We have lessons like this  ………..which I would not want to disclose as it is a private class only for those bloggers who are registered, but my classmates do know about them. So we ought to know and are to learn and act as to what Jesus said-“Love Thy Neighbour”. That means to say we have to be always in good connection with each other, have cordial relationship through your likes, comments and follow, spreading your horizon, meeting different people from all over the world from all walks of life, young and old. Spread LOVE throughout the ‘Blogging World’, who is your neighbour now. LONG LIVE WORDPRESS!!! Blogging 101 Emblem

FATHER’S DAY AND INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

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FATHER’S DAY AND INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

I DEDICATE THIS POST TO ALL FATHERS OF THIS WORLD WHO ARE, WERE AND WILL BE

I GOT TO REMEMBER THAT TODAY WAS FATHER’S DAY THROUGH THIS AD WHICH CAME IN THE NEWSPAPER.

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ABOUT THESE ADS

WHAT AN INTELLIGENT WAY OF TARGETTING THE POCKETS.

I APPRECIATE, THEY MAKE REMEMBER PEOPLE.

HATS OFF! TO THEIR ALERTNESS.

TODAY IS ALSO INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY.

MORE THAN 200 COUNTRIES ARE PARTCIPATING ALONGWITH INDIA

YOGA IS THE SALUTATION TO THE FATHER OF THE UNIVERSE.                                                                                                    “ISHWARA”

 

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                                                                                                                                                                                             “ISH” MEANS “THE UNIVERSE” AND “WARA” MEANS “THE OWNER”  “THE FATHER”

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“SHIVA TANDAVA”                                      YOGA DANCE BY SHIVA, KILLING THE EVIL

“LET THERE BE PEACE AND HAPPINESS ALL AROUND”

SHIVA 

the SMILE !

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  SMILE! The other day I was sitting in my office with my childhood friend Mr Suresh Sarwade who is a famous photo and videographer in our area. His son Itihas was also there and we were discussing about his future career. Meanwhile during the meeting I showed them my Blog, I was talking to them regarding the Posts, the Follow, the Stats and almost everything regarding this ‘Blog World’. I think, in a way I was telling them and was rather patting on my own back. At the tail end of our discussion and meeting, his son asked me a question- “Uncle have you ever invited those friends of yours in this blogging world to visit our place? That question was something sarcastic for me and I just smiled. I did not know then as to why I Smiled. In response to my smile, poor thing he also smiled. There was no exchange of words between us regarding that.     It was night and we parted. The next day I was thinking about the question what my friend’s son asked. I was questioning myself as to why I smiled. After a long and healthy confrontation with my own self, some thoughts poured into me as follows:

  1. a) Almost on a daily basis I tend to be in the Blogging World and keep meeting so many people, with no discussions; many times from either of the sides.
  1. b) We, at both the ends may meet at the same time or not, but we do have interconnections through the Net.
  1. c) Through their Photos on respective blogs or Images on the Gravatar,

We have them in our minds as to whom we are speaking through.

  1. d) As far as my observation goes I see bloggers with indifferent names or they have given different names than what their actual name is. Some of them cover their faces, some of them make the photo blur, some of them give their favourite picture, some of them a clear cut image of what and how they actually look like, some of them show a tree, some of them a wall, a cartoon picture or something that has come into their minds, some of them ……..

Seeing to all this I was talking to myself. That was really interesting and the outcome of the talk was: On a daily basis I tend to meet so many people on their blogs. They would speak through their blogs; they share thoughts, life experiences, anecdotes, feelings, their achievements, their travels and the like, through their own prose and poetry or photos they have clicked. They would even want to know what would the person on the other side feel like, they would even expect a like or a comment, which would make them happy for having shared it. None of us would want to meet in person unless except in exceptional cases; where bloggers would want to meet on exceptional purposes. We all know that there is a human being on the other side and is responding in some way, by a like or a comment. Some may even not do it, they keep silent. But they want somebody to see and share their feelings and thoughts; it might be a one way traffic which may be, they want it that way. Some may meet once, put a like or comment and will go so far as to not meet once again. I was thinking of all this, this, which has been a way of living in these times (in this century for that matter). We may not meet at all but a sort of satisfaction or happiness we derive is commendable. A society that has been formed and is set to be lived in this way, I feel it is the interactions between souls. After the analysis and pondering of those thoughts, once again I had – the SMILE!  

I DEDICATE THIS POST TO THE FOLLOWING BLOGGERS WHO ARE ON MY FOLLOW AND MOST IMPORTANTLY; YOU CAN JUST SEE THEM; THEY HAVE THAT BEAUTIFUL AND ETERNAL SMILE ON THEIR FACE.  

DO VISIT THEM PLEASE !  

I WISH ALL OF THEM TO HAVE THAT SMILE ON THEIR FACES ALWAYS – COME WHAT MAY.  

Deb Cowdrey

https://onceuponahotflash.wordpress.com/

Annette Rochelle Aben

https://annetterochelleaben.wordpress.com/

Lucy Danvers

https://icecoffeecouture.wordpress.com/

Bela

https://blogbybela.wordpress.com/

Alok Singhal

https://singhalalok.wordpress.com/

Anggie Retno

https://giegou.wordpress.com/

Ipuna Black

http://ipunablack.com/

Beth Byrnes

https://byrnesbeth.wordpress.com/

Sherri Mathews

http://sherrimatthewsblog.com/

Lucile de Godoy

http://luciledegodoy.com/

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Hello!!! THIS IS ME!

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              Blogging 101!

Day One: Introduce Yourself to the World

Today’s assignment: write and publish a “who I am and why I’m here” post on your blog.

Hi! Everybody!!

I am Shiva from India.

I am here to share my thoughts and experiences among the larger community called the ‘WORLD’. I am also here to know the thoughts and experiences of people of this ‘WORLD’, that which would make me richer.
I would also like to put posts on certain things which one should PONDER; you can see that in the Tag of my Blog.
Ultimately I would earn to get good, inspirational and like-minded friends from all over the WORLD.
I have been here in this World of Blogging past only three months; I received overwhelming response from people all over the WORLD.

I want see People Happy and I find them here.

I get to see and meet the WORLD in my Blog, what else I should expect from.

In the process of seeing happiness everywhere, I become Happier.
Shiva

IF I CAN GIVE SOMETHING – WHY SHOULD I NOT

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IF I CAN GIVE SOMETHING – WHY SHOULD I NOT.

 

Everybody in this world are capable and can give something to somebody, the degrees may vary. But the fact of ‘Can’; directly connected to the feeling of ones mind & taste.

I want to make this post of a very few lines, for I do not want to express more of it, which would unnecessarily boast of myself.

I have come the way like that and would continue in the same fashion.

The title of the above post itself is enough to know, I need not say much on that.

I just started this Blog two months back and did’nt know anything of blogging, I only came to know through fellow bloggers.

I ‘DEDICATE’ (which is an act of ‘Give’) this Post to the following bloggers who are on my list of Following:

Isabella Morgan who was the first one to be my follower and who has given me this boost, I give below her URL:https://isabellamorgan.wordpress.com

The second one who encouraged me to blog. Michelle Terry

URL : http://mamamickterry.com

The one who commented on my blog. Alka Girdhar

URL: https://alkagirdhar.wordpress.com

The fourth One.

URL: http://www.inspiringmax.com

The Fifth One Umber.

URL: https://umberays.wordpress.com

The sixth one. Uday.

URL: https://udayology.wordpress.com

The seventh who is an elderly person whom I respect and grateful for.

Dr. E Miller

URL: http://dremiller.com

All these people deserve to be mentioned and have their fascinating blogs, which you can visit.

I shall ‘DEDICATE’ the others in my follow in my upcoming posts.

I would continue to ‘DEDICATE’ henceforth some of my posts to the bloggers I shall come across, so this is something that which I can give and why should I not.

Another thing is, as you see my blog’s page full of images of my ‘COMMUNITY’, grid, and the names of POSTS that I have come across, the ‘BLOGS’ I admire (Follow). The names of bloggers who have commented. This also I have put as an act – ‘can give’, and ‘why should I not’.

It is not only me, that this is being done, there are other fellow bloggers who mention in their blogs like this. I like it.

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