Monday, August 31, 2009

Sad Guruve Namah:

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The Effect Of Food On Mind- to be continued


It is very difficult for one to follow fully the principles of a pure diet.When a person sees other people eating all sorts of things,he sees that observance of the principle of sattwic diet is more or less an unwelcome restraint. Experience tells us that one's diet is closely connected with one's thoughts and conduct so much so that a wise man has said, "Tell me what a man eats and I will tell you what character he has." Hence, he, who wishes to purify the thoughts and elevate his character, should not take to diet which is not sattwic and pure. 1 The saying goes, "The mind is as the diet is , " or, as is expressed in another way; "Speech is of the same character as the water one takes."2 So, he, who wishes to rid his mind of vices and desiresto keep his mind deeply in thought of God, must look at his diet. Thoughts become dark and impure when the diet is Rajsic or Thamsic, i.e. not congenial spiritually. The mind becomes fickle when the diet is exciting, intoxicating, inebriating and the character consequently declines, and sorrow and disquiet have to be endured, and these deprive the aspirant of the happiness there is in the spiritual communion.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009


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Born in 476 CE in Kusumpur (Bihar), Aryabhatt's intellectual brilliance remapped the boundaries of mathematics and astronomy. In 499 CE, at the age of 23, he wrote a text on astronomy and an unparallel treatise on mathematics called "Aryabhatiyam. " He formulated the process of calculating the motion of planets and the time of eclipses. Aryabhatt was the first to proclaim that the earth is round, it rotates on its axis, orbits the sun and is suspended in space. He is also acknowledged for calculating p (Pi) to four decimal places: 3.1416 and the sine table in trigonometry. Centuries later, in 825 CE, the Arab mathematician, Mohammed Ibna Musa credited the value of Pi to the Indians, And above all, his most spectacular contribution was the concept of zero without which modern computer technology would have been non-existent. Aryabhatt was a colossus in the field of mathematics.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009


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Michael Jackson's - earth song
It's high time we took an action

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009


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When you feel a little discouraged, just remember what these people accomplished when everyone else looked at them as failures. Believe in Yourself!

Einstein was 4 years old before he could speak.

Isaac Newton did poorly in grade school and was considered "unpromising."

When Thomas Edison was a youngster, his teacher told him he was too stupid to learn anything. He was counseled to go into a field where he might succeed by virtue of his pleasant personality.

F.W. Woolworth got a job in a dry goods store when he was 21, but his boss would not permit him to wait on customers because he "didn't have enough sense to close a sale."

Michael Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team.

Bob Cousy, a legendary Boston Celtic basketball player, suffered the same fate, but he too is a Hall of Famer.

Winston Churchill failed 6th grade and had to repeat it because he did not complete the tests that were required for promotion.

Babe Ruth struck out 1,300 times, a major league record.

A person may make mistakes, but is not a failure until he or she starts blaming someone else. We must believe in ourselves, and somewhere along the road of life we will meet someone who sees greatness in us and lets us know it.

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Monday, August 17, 2009


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A Mother's Tribute

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for teaching me to find the courage and strength
to dance to my own brand of music.

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for showing me that each and everyone of us are a miracle of God
each destined to leave our own unique footprints in this journey called life.

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for encouraging me to see the invisible in order to do the impossible

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for always loving me unconditionally,
even when I least deserved it.

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for showing me daily the value of family and friendship, loyalty and love

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for believing in me when I no longer believed in myself

If you were here I would say thank-you,
for all the examples of how to be a mother, body and soul.

If you were here I would say thank-you
for all the sacrifices, heartache, loneliness, tears, and frustrations
that you so selflessly endured since the day I was born,
the day you decided to forever have your heart leave your body

Since you are no longer here,
I will close my eyes and say thank-you in my prayers,
and hope that you know you were all I have ever wanted to be.

--- Written by dorrette hogan

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Inspiring thoughts : We forget that forgiveness is greater than revenge. People make mistakes.

We are allowed to make mistakes. But the actions we take while in a rage will haunt us forever.

Pause and ponder. Think before you act. Be patient. Forgive & forget. Love one and all.

If you judge people, you have no time to love them. -- Mother Teresa


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Sunday, August 16, 2009


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forth coming articles


some of the forth coming articles

1.karma yoga.

2.ashtanga yoga

3.spiritual jounrney and psychiatric problems

4.spiritual growth and medication

5.psyco neuro immunology

6.precations b4 doing charities and medical practice

7.problem of nris

8.pithru suddhi

9.approprate spouse

1o.importance of prayer




14.real way of woship

15.after effets of black magic

16.divisions in islamic community


18.we received barabas

19.renaiscense of kerala

20. " " muslims

21.sufi paths(thareeqaths)

22.dowry systems.

23.nano technology

24.nano chemistry

25.bermuda triangle.

26.atlantis civilisation



29.holistic-unified-integrated medicines


31.the history and customs of ismaeeli boraas

32.Moses the receiver of ten commandments.

33.secrets of pyramids

34.alternative healings


36.mehar baba

37.sai baba of shirdi

38.brahma suthra of baadaraayana

39.bhakthi suthra of naaradha

40. ashtaavakra geetha

41.secret codings of quran

42. " " bible

43.gospels of st.burnabaas

44.HH Sishyapoojitha janani amrutha jnana thapaswini


46.current world scenario

47.ten commandaments movies

49.linguistics and etymology.


51.tourist destinations

52.pilgrimage "

53.dhaadha lekharaaj

54.theyyams of north kerala

55.kaavus of "


57.john woodroff the thapswi of thanthra

58.max muller

59.hidden tallents of india(great minds)

60.better living

61.rasa mani

62.rare metals

63.rare chemicals

64.rice pller

64.pancha karma

65.anali vegam

66.18 siddhars




70.secret socity






76.lord krishna




80.vigyaana bhirava thanthra

81.laurie baker

82.stephen hawkings





87.u g krishnamurthy

88.time span

89.inayath khan

90.waheedhudheen khan village

92.potentials of internet

93.ken saro viva jesus


96.getting free from karmic diseases

97.neuro chemistry

98. " psychiatry

99.yogananda parama hamsa

100.maulaana jalaaludheen rumi

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പ്രാണികളുടെ രാജാവേ


miss u a lot.we r in net.posting some thing. listening 2 a shia naath on mobile.ya ali,ya hussai,ya fathima.

miss u lot.............................. urs krihna and rumi

ummmmmmmmmmmmmma.kisses of our soul..............

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to our soul mates


oh my soul mates from all over the world,under and over the sky,residing in subtle and gross,yaa ayyual insaan,yahovayude kunnaadukale athavinte then kanangale





we have a lot lot lot plans 4 u

1.nanma foundation- a socio cultural foundaton. festivals

3.medical awarenss

4.gazal mehfils

5.hindusthani,carnatic vocal concerts

6.spiritual gatherings psycological counsellings

8.awareness about siddha and ayurveda

9.discussions on books

10.environmental issues

11.bloggig,educating, training about blogging

12.interaction with bloggers and internet communities

13.a common forum for net communites and bloggers

14.human rights

15.alternative publications

16.sufi gatherings

17.qawwali nights

18.little magazines

19.common forum 4 activist groups,ngo's etc


21.working with local, national,international agencies.

22.conducting seminars, conferences,workshops,courses,demonstrations, on spirituality,religion,culture,society,poetry,politics,international issues,theatres,deschooling,parrellels,alternatives,mystical sciences,metaphysics,activism,ngos,classical dances,folklore,cartooning,occult,yoga,thanthra,zen,hasid,masters,subtle scinces,prophecies,cosmology,vasthu,astrology,astro physics,astronomy,martial arts,drugless therappies,nature living,meditation techniques,animation,feng shui,baker homes and many more......................................

23.sarva dharma/sarma matha praarthana


with love, politely urs

krishna muhammed
ananda rumi


karma yogis of guruthwam and nanma

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editoril board


chief editor praanikalude raajaavu alias

solamante pata naayakan

assosiates krishna muhammed and

ananda rumi

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must listen singers,intrumentalist and musicians


gulam ali

mehdi hassan saab

usthad ahmed and muhammed hussain duo

ussthad bade gulam ali khaan

abidaa parveen

nusrath fateh ali khan

munna begum

salma aagha

begum akthar

pankaj udhaas

pankaj mallik

kishori amonkar

gangubhi hangal

sridhar hegde

parameswar hegde

anup jalota

jithesh sundharam

raashid khaan saahib

bhimsen joshi

pt jasraaj


shehbaas aman

jagjith and chithra

peenaaz mazaani

bhupinder and mitalee mukherjee


wadali brothers

sabri brothers



shubha mudgal





kl saigaal

raees khaan saaheb

kailash kher

vt murali


michael jakson




john lennon

bob marley

bob dyllan

rabbi shergill


a r rahmaan

ravi bombay

sd burman

rd burman




ali akbar khaan

hari prasaad chaurasiaa

usthad bismillah khaan


allah rakha

usthad saakir hussain

usthaad amjad ali khaan

pt siva kumaar sarma


u srinivaasan

l subramanyam

viswa mohan bhutt

and many more................

by ananda rumi and krishna muhammed

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Saturday, August 15, 2009


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The question of which pill to take illustrates the personal aspect of the decision to study philosophy. Do you live on in ignorance (and potentially bliss) or do you lead what Aristotle called 'the examined life'...

The Matrix is a film filled with religious and philosophical symbolism. The plot supposes that humans live in vats many years in the future, being fed false sensory information by a giant virtual reality computer (the Matrix). The perpetrators of this horror are machines of the future who use humans as a source of power. Humans are literally farmed.

The central character of the film, Neo, is presented to us in the opening part of the film as a loner who is searching for a mysterious character called Morpheus (named after the Greek god of dreams and sleep). He is also trying to discover the answer to the question "What is the Matrix?"

Morpheus contacts Neo just as the machines (posing as sinister 'agents') are trying to keep Neo from finding out any more. When Morpheus and Neo meet, Morpheus offers Neo two pills. The red pill will answer the question "what is the Matrix?" (by removing him from it) and the blue pill simply for life to carry on as before. As Neo reaches for the red pill Morpheus warns Neo "Remember, all I'm offering is the truth. Nothing more."

The film as a whole and especially the choosing scene is deeply compelling. Why is the choice between what you believe you know and an unknown 'real' truth so fascinating? How could a choice possibly be made? On the one hand everyone you love and everything that you have built you life upon. One the other the promise only of truth.

The question then is not about pills, but what they stand for in these circumstances. The question is asking us whether reality, truth, is worth pursuing. The blue pill will leave us as we are, in a life consisting of habit, of things we believe we know. We are comfortable, we do not need truth to live. The blue pill symbolises commuting to work every day, or brushing your teeth.

The red pill is an unknown quantity. We are told that it can help us to find the truth. We don't know what that truth is, or even that the pill will help us to find it. The red pill symbolises risk, doubt and questioning. In order to answer the question, you can gamble your whole life and world on a reality you have never experienced.

However, in order to investigate which course of action to take we need to investigate why the choice is faced. Why should we even have to decide whether to pursue truth?

The answer in short, is inquisitiveness. Many people throughout human existence have questioned and enquired. Most of them have not been scientists or doctors or philosophers, but simply ordinary people asking 'what if?' or 'why?' Asking these questions ultimately leads us to a choice. Do you continue to ask and investigate, or do you stop and never ask again? This in essence, is the question posed to Neo in the film.

So what are the advantages of taking the blue pill? As one of the characters in the film says, "ignorance is bliss" Essentially, if the truth is unknown, or you believe that you know the truth, what is there to question or worry about?

By accepting what we are told and experience life can be easier. There is the social pressure to 'fit in', which is immensely strong in most cultures. Questioning the status quo carries the danger of ostracism, possibly persecution. This aspect has a strong link with politics. People doing well under the current system are not inclined to look favourably on those who question the system. Morpheus says to Neo "You have to understand that many people are not ready to be unplugged, and many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system that they will fight to protect it."

The system also has a place for you, an expected path to follow. This removes much of the doubt and discomfort experienced by a trailblazer.

Another argument on the side of the blue pill is how does anyone know that the status quo is not in fact the truth? The act of simply questioning does not infer a lack of validity on the questioned. Why not assume that your experience is innocent until proven guilty? Just accept everything?

So if the arguments for the blue pill are so numerous, why take the red pill? Why pursue truth even though it may be unpalatable and the journey to it hard? In the film, Neo risks death to escape the virtual reality and discovers a brutal reality from which he cannot return. As he discovers the trouble with asking questions is that the answers are not necessarily what you want to hear.

To justify taking the red pill we might ask what is the purpose of an ignorant existence? Further still, what is there in merely existing? Simply existing brings humans down to the level of objects; they might have utility or even purpose, but where is the meaning? Existence without meaning is surely not living your life, but just experiencing it. As Trinity says to Neo, "The Matrix cannot tell you who you are."

Given the potential disadvantages of choosing the red pill, the motivation for discovering the truth must then be very strong. The film makes much of this point. Trinity says to Neo "It's the question that drives us, Neo." and Morpheus compares the motivation for Neo's search to "a splinter in your mind - driving you mad." The motivation for answering the question is obviously strong as the answer will help us to find the meaning in our lives.

What we are looking at here is the drive to answer a question, but the key to this is what drove the question in the first place. The asking of questions about our environment our experience and ourselves is fundamental to the human condition. Children ask a seemingly never-ending stream of questions from an early age. It is only with education and socialisation that some people stop asking these questions. However, we remain, as it were, hard-wired to enquire.

This is an inevitable consequence of consciousness. A being with a mind, conscious of itself and its existence, experiencing a reality, needs to organise the data that it receives from its senses. Simply observing and recording does not allow for consciousness. It is what we do with that information that allows us to think. In order to process and store the vast amount of information received, the human brain attempts to identify patterns in the data; looking for the patterns behind what is experienced. This is asking questions of the sensory information, and requires reasoning. By definition a conscious mind seeks to know. Knowing something requires more than just data, but intelligence or reasoning applied to that data. To attempt to obtain knowledge we must therefore question the data our mind receives; thus, consciousness questions.

So the metaphor of the journey to truth that Neo takes is complete. The journey starts with a question, there is a search for the answer and the answer may be reached. This shows us that the journey does not start with Neo choosing between the pills, or with ourselves deciding whether to question. The act of asking the question is itself the starting point as the aim of asking the question is to seek truth and knowledge.

We have established that consciousness is aware and seeks knowledge and that thus the conscious mind must question. To question is to seek the truth and start on the journey to knowledge. Therefore the choice between the pills is surely made for us. The fact that we are conscious appears to require us to take the red pill.

However, this can be simply countered by someone who would prefer to take the blue pill. They may wish to seek the truth in a different way, or in a less mind jarring set of circumstances. They can choose the blue pill and not deny their consciousness, but to stop seeking the truth entirely would be to deny their consciousness.

Thus we are philosophically driven to seek the truth and the act of questioning whether to seek it is in itself seeking the truth. As conscious minds we will always seek the truth. However, the choice over the red or blue pills is not solely a choice between whether to question or not, it is a personal choice on the method of discovering the truth.

So watch the movie again from different angle to gather loads of information.

by rumi che anand and krishna muhammed

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ഇനിയും എത്രയോ ദുരം പോകാനുണ്ട്

എന്ന് പറഞ്ഞതു മനസ് ...

മതിയെന്ന് പറഞ്ഞതു കാലുകള്‍

എവിടെയും പോയില്ല .. നീ എവിടെയായിരുണോ അവിടെതന്നെ എന്ന് പറഞ്ഞതു

ആത്മാവ് ....

വാ നമുക്കു ചേര്ന്നു പോകാം എന്ന് പറഞ്ഞതു ശബീന്‍

അവനതു പറഞ്ഞതു ഒരുപാട്‌ ദു‌രെ പോയതിനു ശേഷം ... പതിയെ തിരിഞ്ഞു നോക്കിയിട്ട്.

എനിക്ക് ഓടി എത്താനാവുന്നില്ല.

ഇപോ ഞാനെവിടെ... ?

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Friday, August 14, 2009

must see moovies

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swam by shaji n karun

vadakku nokki yanthram

works by adoor,shaji n karun,aravindan,john ebrahaam,tv chandran,blessy,sayeed mirza,shyaam benegal,mrinaal sen,hrithwikk ghattakk,sathhan anthikkadu,bharathan,cheran,bharathiraaja,spillburg,michael bay,

passion of christ



angel and demons

davinchi code




rang de basanthi

gandhi my father



black friday

works by james cameron,melgibson,john woo,

matrix,beyond the soul,mib,sixth sense,signs,the village,forest gump,mission impossible,omen,hard target,orphanage,shutter,elphianso deldiablo,panslaberinth,enter the dragon,return of the dragon,oang bak,goong,oxford murders,bone collector,seven,bhooth,thaj mahal,mohbbathein,veerzaara,swadhesh,pardesh..............................

by urs loving polite krishna muhammed and rumi che ananandan

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must reads 2


works by dheepak chopra(mind-body)

works by max muller (vedas)

works by john woodroff(thanthra)

jk's autobiographies by mary lutyens and mary zimbalist

god of small things by arundhathi roy

works of e m hashim

works of fr s kaappan

works of ken saro viva

works of raveendranaatha tagore

works of gandhiji,nehru,lenin,marx,ambedkar

literatures from santhigiri ashram,brahma kumaaris,yogoda satanga,rama krishna mission,areekkode foundation,

works of aatoor,civic,kgs,

badarul muneer husnul jamaal-moyin kutty vaidyar

muhyudheen maala- ummar khali


siddha texts(paattukal) by 18 siddhars like agasthyar,bhogar,pulippani,pulasthyar..........

ayurveda texts by charakan,sushruthan,vaagbhatan etc

oushadha yogams - sahsra yogam,bhaishajya rathnaavali etc

by rumi che anandan and krishna muhammed

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some sufies


some sufies

qidhr, hazarath ali, hassan ul basari, shaikh abdulkhadher jilani, quaja moihudheen chisti, shaikh suhru vardi, baba fareed, lalleshwari, bahavudheen baava of dobhi thala, hazarath nizaamudheen aulia, ameer khusru, mehar baaba, sai baba of shirdi, haji ali, haji malan, jalaaludheen charag dilli, kalladi masthan, gunam kudi masthan, nafeesathul misriya, raabiya, jahannara, beema, baaba of pulingom makham, baaba of kondoti makham, baaba of dweep near to calicut airport, baaba of nilaamuttam makham irikur, hazarath sahad shah auliya of makani kannur, hazarath maula muhammed of kannur city, hazarath peer muhammed valeeyula of itandi puvalappu kannur city, baaba of vengad aasthana kannur, babaas of laksha dweep, athaar, hafis, moulaana jalaaludheen roomi, shamse thabreezi, waraqathubul noufal, john the baptist, bilal, yasir, ammar, yusuf sulthan of aluva, moonn pettrmma of pappinisseri, hazarath alma of kavvayi river side payyanur, qureshia fadir, junnaid al bagdhaadhi, al haj al mansoor, baaba of peringom maqaam, babas of naagoor, ervaadi, muthupetta, babaas of vaadi gulbarga, baaba of arattakka palli kannur city, cm madavoor, shaik ahmed sir hindhi, quthbudheen badthiyaar, hazarath malik ibun dhinar, hazarath inayath khan, hazarath ghaleebudheen khan, baava of fakheer kunnu makham poythumkadavu........................................................................... and many more known and unknown

by rumi che anandan and krishna muhammed

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Thursday, August 13, 2009


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Lucid dreaming, also known as dream consciousness or conscious dreaming, is dreaming while being aware that you are dreaming. Perhaps you've been introduced to lucid dreams through a movie (such as Vanilla Sky or Waking Life), a newspaper or magazine article, your university psychology class, or even a friend who keeps mentioning all the fascinating things that can be done with them. Maybe this is the very first time you've heard of lucidity.

if you are realy interested to know and study furthur about this fascinating reality click on this link

by Krishnan muhammed

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All serieses of Osho
All books of JK
Sufi books by Inayath Khan
Seven habbits of highly effective people by Stephen R Covey
You can win by Shiv Kare
Mathanavi by Maulana Jalaludheen Rumi
The secret history of the world by Jonathan Black

All series of V K N, MT, Vijayan, Basheer, William Blake, Sachidanandan, Anand, Words worth, Shakspere, Allama Muhammed Iqbal, Meer Thak Meer, Faiz Ahamed Faiz, Faraz Ahamad Faraz, Mirza Galib, JK Rowling

Deewane Shamsu Thabrisi by Rumi

All series of Athar, Hafis, Ameer Khusuru,

Geetha, Bible, Kuran, Nahjul Balaaga, Guru Geetha, Yoga Suthram, Ashta vakra geetha, Grandha sahib, Dharma padha, Chithakasha geetha

All works by M Govindhan, M N Vijayan, P N Das, U G Krishna Murthi, George Gurgieff

All works by Imaam Gazhaali, Murthaza Muthahhari, Alijaa Ali Izath Begovich, Ali Shariyathi, Shaikh Abdul Khadar Jilaani, Shaik Suhra Vardhi

All works by Basavanna, Santh Thukaram, Kabeer Das, Thulasi Das, Meera, Sree Narayana Guru

പുഴ ഒഴുകും വഴി by O V Usha

സമുദ്രതിലെക് വഴി തെറ്റി വന്ന പരല്‍ മീന്‍ by O V Vijayan

All series by Guru Nithyachaithanya yathi

Autobiography of a yogi by Parama hamsa yogananda


With the himalayan masters by Swami Rama

All the works of Waheedudheen Khan

All the malayalam translations of sufi books by Usthad KVM Panthavoor

Tao of physics

Aids a biological war fare by Dr Pukazhenthi

by rumi che anandan
and krishna muhammed

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ചങ്ങായിമാരെ ന്ന്താന്‍ വന്നു ...................നമ്മുക്ക് സംവദിക്കാം. ആകാശത്തിന് മേലെയും താഴെയും
ഉള്ള എന്തിനെ കുറിച്ചും.cosmology,meta physics,spirituality,religion,atheism,ayurveda,siddha,homeo,modern medicine,cosmology,kalari,kungfu,thaichi,culture,society,poetry,politics,international issues,environmental issues,VKN,MT,Vijjayan,better living,music,moovies,theatre,de schooling,little mags,parellels,mysteries,metaphysics,activism,occult,thanthra,sufism,zen,hasid,academics,folklore,classical dances,subtle sciences,secret teachings,prophecies masters,human rights,Quran,Bible,Geeta,grantha saheb,dharmma padha,internet,technology,ladies-kids-students-dalits-minority-lesbian-gay-sex workers-labour-familypersonal-social-racial- problems..................................

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Wednesday, August 12, 2009


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സ്വാഗതം ഗുരു വഴിയിലേക്കു


ഇനി നമുക്കു ഒന്നിച്ചു നടക്കാം. ഗുരു വഴി തേടി.. ഗുരു നിഴലില്‍..
ഒരു സംവാദ വേദി....

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Soul Mates

Guru freaks

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Souls seeking its master....



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