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Am I a strange soul ?   Leave a comment

I really feel so low at times; the Evil in me is unleashed. I never pretend to be someone I am not, yet I am shocked at the way I behave at times, why do I do the things I hate the most. I judge people when they do the same things that I hate, am being preachy. What’s the point? I feel so guilty after I’ve calmed down. We do the exact things that we hate to do, we hurt the very persons that we love the most…..out of irritation…I am so preachy about everything, yet….  But, why so much hypocrisy in me?

I realise that am a complex being, having all the qualities, that of an angel and of a beast in the same body at the same time, what needs is just a trigger, which might be a sight of a helpless disabled beggar on the pavement or even domestic violence….  This trigger is I feel the external environment and how much ever it is bothersome, how you stay out of it being a part of it is the trick, like a Lotus.

Lotus blooms in the muck that none of us would want to step into, yet it’s the flower that is revered even above the rose to praise the deities. It blooms over the muck not beneath it.  The complexity of the human character is impossible to understand because every soul is different with a unique goal to achieve this time, among its many journeys which lead it to reincarnate. Every time we fail, a new chance is given to make up the mistakes. I read in the Laws of the Spirit World (a great and popular book in India), that we choose the parents, the date of birth, the three due dates of death, far before getting into the wombs of our moms. But most of the times instead of correcting the mistakes of the earlier lives we end up making new set of mistakes…that’s sad! Moreover all souls are different and may have similar trials but because of their experiences in their past incarnations they are so intensely different in their responses. Also an interesting part is that we have a set of likes and dislikes which differ from our parents, which is predominantly due to our likes and dislikes in the previous reincarnations.

Then what’s the point in saying that accidents happen……suddenly?  Is not everything predestined, rather say that every incident was chosen by us in the other world?

Well I read an interesting & wonderful book called THE KARMA HANDBOOK…..it sheds much light upon these aspects of diseases, accidents, things that we think happen just like that or because of some germs. It enlightens the reader upon the remedies that regression therapy can bring to a diseased person. I personally feel that unless a soul wants to take upon itself the experience of something, it is unaffected by germs, bombs, diseases….etc…etc…

Let’s say that I have mocked the mentally challenged people who deserve help and heartfelt love in my previous incarnation……then I die at an old age ……go to the Spirit world and see how I have mocked people and hurt them when they are so desperate for help and love,, at this point in the spirit world I feel awful and want to pay for the mistakes I made, so I decide with the help of my spirit guides that I will incarnate again on earth with a different mental state…..(again I would like to say that I say different because I believe they are different in the sense of perceiving situations, concepts, remembrances. I do not think that they are mad and they need to be confined into the asylum in the hands of some heartless doctors and matrons…..they need more attention than us….and they love us back more than a normal person would.) I think that these mental diseases are not diseases like the doctors call them, in fact they are the state of mind…..I read about schizophrenia that this disease engulfs its hosts into the world of unseen….unseen according to us…..maybe they really see the things that we don’t see, we don’t hear. Does that make them mad?

Many spiritualists and parapsychologists in different cultures speak to the dead…..are they mad? The dead who has not gone to the Spirit world needs to communicate to someone and that choice is made by the dead soul, whom we do not see. It chooses whom it wants to reveal itself to, it needs to have a mental connection. Many books state that all souls can see through a person, know his thoughts, see through his clothes, and I would call them the X-ray machines of the mind and body.

I think every disease speaks about some aspect of the soul…….I personally feel that diabetes happens to the ones who are sword tongued, who hurt others by their bitter words, so in the process over the years what happens is that the body is unable to digest the sugar, term it medically-insulin is not produced in the pancreas…..so they are told not to consume sugar….cause they cannot handle sweetness.  Though all diseases are not the creation of a person in his latest incarnation, some diseases happen as a result of past incarnations….if I were a barbaric man wanting to punish a traitor, I would have burnt his eyes…..in this incarnation I would be born blind.

Does this mean that like the people of old times we hate the beggars, lepers, diseased, and confine them out of the city walls? That’s the worst mistake any one can do! That way we accumulate more negative karma.

Love only love, love without expectation will help and increase positive karma.

I loved THE KARMA HANDBOOK BY TRUTZ HARDO and MANY MANSIONS BY GINA CERMINERA, these two books talk greatly about reincarnation and the like minded will love it too.

If you are like me, I recommend you read it !!!

Posted November 11, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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India – My National Concern, My National Shame   Leave a comment

Am seeing and reading a lot about the Indian political scenario and am deeply hurt with the way the Indian politics in marching us towards making India, the No. 1 corrupt country in the world. Why am I saying so? you’ll know….

Democracy & Scams go hand in hand in India

With the onset of the CWG 2010,  it was highlighted by the Indian media as to how the government funds were not used properly, a scam erupted which they said was caused by several government officials. Sheila Dixit created a furore for a week coming on the headlines of how Suresh Kalmadi needs to give account of the expenses entitled under these Commonwealth games…..a week later I see in the newspaper that Sheila Dixit is shaking hands with Suresh Kalmadi….both showing no signs of contempt but it looks like……it’s ok man… we are friends…..and the investigations are still on!

When the media was insisting an answer to the scam, Adarsh Co-operative Society scam came into existence almost like a cover up for the CWG scam….I think all the top leaders are as involved as the scamsters, so they move the pawn as and when they desire, they are the ones who play but rather keep themselves clean in the public view, though they have their players in different states with different roles assigned to them.

These players are replaced when a scam is exposed by a simple resignation like Vilasrao Deshmukh did and now its Ashok Chavan’s turn! These two will be replaced by a new corrupt pawn in the hands of the player called Congress, and a few years down the line some other scam will be exposed to cover up another scam and we will have a still more corrupt leader and there will be crackers and bouquets for that one too.

I used to think in my school days that the democracy is the best way for the people….but now that I have grown up I feel that there are far more disadvantages in a democratic country like ours….the reasons are

1. The majority are rural from villages without basic literacy and do not understand the macro levels of governance, they understand the micro view like the khap panchayats rulings and the gram panchayats ruling.

2. the majority being the village folks in our country in desperate need of money for their basic survival and for the repayment of several loans taken from the landlords and the micro finance systems, leaves them with enough worry about their own selves rather than the country…

3. such people can be easily fooled by the corrupt elect candidates about forgiving of loans, promising of return of lands etc in return of their humble votes

I feel that the opposition and the ruling parties are NOT AT ALL interested about the growing concerns of our country with respect to poverty of our fellow nationals, they just want to be the rulers so that they can milk the cows, cows being the common man-paying large sums as taxes and tolls, for what?

For the pockets of our chief ministers to put the amounts into scams ?…its such a pity and I no longer feel proud of being an Indian Where is the justice gone, just a resignation does not answer your corrupt motives…..that corrupt man Ashok Chavan should be penalised, under whatever sections applicable, and it should be stricter for him because he was a representative of a state.

 BANISH HIM FROM MAHARASHTRA STATE…..why doesn’t RAJ THAKERAY say anything now? Because he is a MAHARASHTRIAN?

The Joker called Kasab – And the joke is on us !

Now the part that hurts me the most……26 Nov 2008 was a nightmare for Mumbai and for people all over the world. Many died and several are rendered disabled because of these terrorist attacks, it’s going to be the second anniversary now, why isn’t Kasab hanged?

Don’t we all know that he is a terrorist and he needs that noose….why are we feeding him? Terrorism has no religion…..again just before two days of 26th of November, the papers will start highlighting about that incident and how so many people will gather to light candles for the martyrs and the lost loved ones…..one humble suggestion for people who would go to light candles from me is that please go to the courts in a huge group with pictures of your loved ones and stage a protest in front of the court….for hanging of that demon called Kasab…..may be you’ll do some justice by punishing the criminal.

Louts in the Indian Parliament

The parliament is filled with pot-bellied louts having atleast one criminal charge against them…..truly we are ruled by the goons! They are not bothered about the betterment of the country, all they want is to fill their pockets and hoard as much as public funds as they can, for their future generations. What’s the use of elections and voting? All the candidates have a criminal record, and you have to choose one criminal as your leader among the other criminals. Some have havala scams, some have land scams, some are extremists, some are anti-hindu, some are anti-muslim…..and my list doesn’t quite end.

Well the divide and rule of the politicians is a success and we are moving along with it. For votes these ticks want to stir up fights between the two religious groups, so that they have votes of the ignorant people who believe them. And they read the PLEDGE that says ALL INDIANS ARE MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS…..do you cheat your brother and call him an outsider if he’s from a different state?

People are getting killed in Kashmir, in Assam, in Orissa ….. how can these fat criminal leaders want to hoard rather than do something about these fights and listening to the pleas of the separatist there? Our government is a lazy one!

We stay in the city in the suburbs that is why we do not feel the pressures of money crunch, starvation, sudden naxal attacks, land mines, bus bombing, raiding of shops…..but our natives do!!!!And they are scared, they need someone to stand for them, not coming in some beaconed ambassador and giving a two hour “bhashan” with free samosas and chai.

Is Democracy wrong for India ?

What we need now, is to uproot this old system of democracy, and call in for military rule, a one man show! We need a well read, modern, without religious and social bias, patriotic, young ready to work, unwilling to be bribed and unwilling to bribe, not a lazy lout to take over the whole system and make our laws come into practice without partiality, to be our leader! What concerns me a lot too is that all our states have different languages and they don’t really insist on learning the national language-HINDI.

 There is a national language that binds us together in tongue and it must be learnt by all the nationals of this country, the second reference must be given to the state language and last to English. Am not insisting on Old hindi that we had in school, oral as well as written exams in hindi grammar etc, but just that a person is a hindi literate that is a person can speak, read and write also understand HINDI.

India’s Population and its advantages

There is a huge population in our country and it can be put to a great use, other than just farming, government should ask the private developers to modernise the villages rather than just concentrating on the few cities of our country, subsidies should be allowed.

Chemical, gas, fertilizer, finished product’s factories must be set up in villages to enable much employment, so that the villagers are not just confined to ploughing, tilting and harvesting. Tourism and resorts can be developed of course not private ones but government ones so that cooks, guides, house-keepers, electricians, plumbers, etc are all our own Indians and there can be a 24 hour shift (however if its a private affair then the hotel owners will benefit more than the workers).

The Rich & Poor of India – Two Extremes

It’s not that that I don’t see why an owner must not be benefitted its rather that I feel that the less privileged has a house to run, and he should be given enough so that he can feed, clothe and provide a shelter for his family, and at least make his children literate. However in our country rich people want that the poor must remain poor while they grow richer and richer. They don’t see the ill effects of poverty. I feel if one has abundant wealth he must use it judiciously so that he can better the conditions of fellow human beings in a way that they can earn sufficient bread and butter by it.

Government hospitals can be set up and the village women can be taught the act of nursing. People just don’t want to look at what a blessing they have, they want to look outwards. Our country with a huge man power can produce, cultivate and manufacture its own goods; we don’t need foreign investments, in our country.

We have all the brainy IIT engineers who are making it abroad because we fail to recognise their talents and give them enough remuneration, these brainy MBAs, engineers can definitely come up with a structure that helps the villager as much as it helps the urban people.

But … alas… our structures are made by pot bellied, paan chewing criminal babus accepting bribes in whatever they do, and which suits them the best. Why do we need to import spare parts, goods from abroad when we have idle people waiting for opportunities in our country? All we need is the technology, which I am sure we can produce with the in-house talents that we have in our own country.

It hurts me a lot when I see the rich and poor contrast in our country, you can see that a lot in the cities, while a man gets tanned begging for a living, an affluent person zooms down in his chauffer ridden, windows rolled up BMW. Why such a high contrast?

I mean why do you want so much wealth? What will you do with it? If you can change somebody’s living conditions why not use it for that noble cause? You are not a permanent member on earth, you will die and all the huge mansions that you made will become the places of ghosts.

There is a lot of salary differences and a lot of bias in the way we Indians treat our poorer sections. I have noticed that we bargain even with the maid when we hire her…..why doesn’t she deserve to get a good living? Doesn’t she put her efforts sacrificing her family time in doing the works that you can as well do, but your laziness doesn’t permit?

I see in the construction sites that a thin torn net is hung, as a safety measure for the labourers, is that fair? Doesn’t his life have a price too, like mine and yours? There is no ambulance, there are no first aid boxes, nothing for these labourers, not even a free mid day meal.

All that the daily labourer gets in the city is – say Rs 200 a day, out of which about 50 or more goes in drinking and smoking, and another 50 in gambling, what’s left for the family? And they don’t have medi-claim and insurances also.

These things will never be scrutinised by the government while it will be busy in gambling and scamming. We need to pay our labourers more, provide them with free snacks, and midday meals and provide them with maximum security and first aids.

Please if you are reading, please think about these things, they are crucial. The answer and the change lies within us.

Posted November 11, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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Canibalism – A realm beyond science   1 comment

What I am going to write about today might be disagreeable to many who are unlike me.

I am pretty interested in this subject and therefore decided to write about something so peculiar.

Most of us remember those fairy tales that we’ve heard from our grandparents and parents. We imagined in our childhood days of so many clouds, angels and birds and amidst them the fairy godmother ever ready to cast boons and save us from witches. We used to imagine huge castles and a beautiful princess waiting for their brave knights to wed them and set them free from some fiery monster.

To this day I haven’t been able to come out of that imaginative phase, and keep imagining of castles and caves, werewolves and vampires.

What if they existed in real in some part of this world which has been still unexplored by man? What if they knew exactly how to attack? What if they at some point of time walked past by you and you never realized? How do we distinguish them from normal persons?

To me, I feel that there must be some truth, some if not much to these legends.

These legends tell us about some werewolf sighting in some remote places in snowy areas back in seventeenth century. People would laugh at this. But given that there are pretty numbers of persons missing in every part of the world, it would add a little fuel to my thought.

Unlike the movies, they might be just as well dressed as you and me.
They were and are portrayed in movies as a wolf-man with beastly hair and claws that rip apart their victims and drink their blood.

Werewolves in movies are shown to get activated on the full moon night that is when they howl and set out for the prey. Vampires on the other hand, are shown to tear apart the side of the neck of their victims on the pretext of making love to them. Vampires, unlike werewolves are lesser beastly in appearance, and don’t have the claws and the hair of a wolf. Vampires are said to have razor sharp tooth though they are blood thirsty and kill to quench their thirst for blood unlike the werewolves who devour both on blood and flesh.

The concept of vampires and werewolves are ancient though people don’t believe in such myths these days. There are some murders that have been committed using the vampire rituals.

From Wikipedia Vampires article under psychopathology

[A number of murderers have performed seemingly vampiric rituals upon their victims. Serial killers Peter Kürten and Richard Trenton Chase were both called “vampires” in the tabloids after they were discovered drinking the blood of the people they murdered. Similarly, in 1932, an unsolved murder case in Stockholm, Sweden was nicknamed the “Vampire murder”, because of the circumstances of the victim’s death.The late 16th-century Hungarian countess and mass murderer Elizabeth Báthory became particularly infamous in later centuries’ works, which depicted her bathing in her victims’ blood in order to retain beauty or youth.Vampire lifestyle is a term for a contemporary subculture of people, largely within the Goth subculture, who consume the blood of others as a pastime; drawing from the rich recent history of popular culture related to cult symbolism, horror films, the fiction of Anne Rice, and the styles of Victorian England.Active vampirism within the vampire subculture includes both blood-related vampirism, commonly referred to as sanguine vampirism, and psychic vampirism, or supposed feeding from pranic energy.]

One of the mass murderers was a countess called Elizabeth Báthory.

In 1610 and 1611, the notaries collected testimony from more than 300 witnesses. The trial records include the testimony of the four defendants, as well as thirteen witnesses. Priests, noblemen and commoners were questioned. Witnesses included the castellan and other personnel of Sárvár castle.

According to all this testimony, her initial victims were the adolescent daughters of local peasants, many of whom were lured to Čachtice by offers of well-paid work as maidservants in the castle.

Later, she is said to have begun to kill daughters of the lesser gentry, who were sent to her gynaeceum by their parents to learn courtly etiquette. Abductions were said to have occurred as well.

The descriptions of torture that emerged during the trials were often based on hearsay. The atrocities described most consistently included:

• severe beatings over extended periods of time, often leading to death
• burning or mutilation of hands, sometimes also of faces and genitalia
• biting the flesh off the faces, arms and other bodily parts
• freezing to death
• surgery on victims, often fatal
• starving of victims
• sexual abuse

The use of needles was also mentioned by the collaborators in court.
Some witnesses named relatives who died while at the gynaeceum. Others reported having seen traces of torture on dead bodies, some of which were buried in graveyards, and others in unmarked locations.

According to the testimony of the defendants, Elizabeth Báthory tortured and killed her victims not only at Csejte but also on her properties in Sárvár, Sopronkeresztúr, Bratislava, (then Pozsony, Pressburg), and Vienna, and even between these locations. In addition to the defendants, several people were named for supplying Elizabeth Báthory with young women. The girls had been procured either by deception or by force. A little-known figure named Anna Darvulia was rumored to have influenced Báthory, but Darvulia was dead long before the trial.

The exact number of young tortured and killed by Elizabeth Báthory is unknown, though it is often speculated to be as high as 650, between the years 1585 and 1610. The estimates differ greatly. During the trial and before their execution, Szentes and Ficko reported 36 and 37 respectively, during their periods of service. The other defendants estimated a number of 50 or higher. Many Sárvár castle personnel estimated the number of bodies removed from the castle at between 100 to 200. One witness who spoke at the trial mentioned a book in which a total of over 650 victims was supposed to have been listed by Báthory herself. This number became part of the legend surrounding Báthory.

Reportedly, diaries in Báthory’s hand are kept in the state archives in Budapest. Supposedly, the diaries are “difficult to read due to the condition of the material, the old language, the handwriting and the horrific content.]

Such incidents are horrific, but what if no one noticed them and the murderer was clever enough to erase all proofs pertaining to the murder of the victims? What then?

In the above case, the accused was a countess, therefore had a stand in the aristocratic class. To do such a horrible thing is insane.

Here is what Wikipedia says about Werewolves –

There is also a mental illness called lycanthropy in which a patient believes he or she is, or has transformed into, an animal and behaves accordingly. This is sometimes referred to as clinical lycanthropy to distinguish it from its use in legends. Despite its origin as a term for man-wolf transformations only, lycanthropy is used in this sense for animals of any type. This broader meaning is often used in modern fictional references, such as in roleplaying game culture The curse of lycanthropy was also considered by some scholars as being a divine punishment. Werewolf literature shows many examples of God or saints allegedly cursing those who invoked their wrath with werewolfism.

Those who were excommunicated by the Roman Catholic Church were also said to become werewolves.The power of transforming others into wild beasts was attributed not only to malignant sorcerers, but to Christian saints as well.

Omnes angeli, boni et Mali, ex virtute naturali habent potestatem transmutandi corpora nostra (“All angels, good and bad have the power of transmutating our bodies”) was the dictum of St. Thomas Aquinas.

St. Patrick was said to have transformed the Welsh king Vereticus into a wolf; Natalis supposedly cursed an illustrious Irish family whose members were each doomed to be a wolf for seven years.

In other tales the divine agency is even more direct, while in Russia, again, men supposedly became werewolves when incurring the wrath of the Devil.

A notable exception to the association of Lycanthropy and the Devil, comes from a rare and lesser known account of an 80-year-old man named Thiess. In 1692, in Jurgenburg, Livonia, Thiess testified under oath that he and other werewolves were the Hounds of God.

He claimed they were warriors who went down into hell to do battle with witches and demons. Their efforts ensured that the Devil and his minions did not carry off the grain from local failed crops down to hell. Thiess was steadfast in his assertions, claiming that werewolves in Germany and Russia also did battle with the devil’s minions in their own versions of hell, and insisted that when werewolves died, their souls were welcomed into heaven as reward for their service.

[Wikipedia – Werewolf]

Now these unfortunate incidents took place at a time when there was no much clinical psychiatric development, in any part of the world. The medics would call this some syndrome, but it sounds a lot more than some syndrome.

These sound like the accused were made to believe voluntarily or involuntarily in the satanic rituals involving cannibalism.

Also there is a possibility of the accused being possessed by the devouring destructive unclean ghostly spirits who want to create havoc in any form.

There are many such cases that mere clinical study can’t solve, and I guess these were only some of them.

Posted June 1, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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What Prophetic Lies..   Leave a comment

“Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, today (May 24), said the government was confident of bringing down inflation to 5-6 per cent by December, while blaming high prices on the global developments such as the financial crisis.” (Source : Mumbai Mirror Article)

What is dadaji saying? He has any sense? What can he do in country with a population like a swarm of bees in the honey comb?

He should take some vitamin and mineral supplement and go to sleep. He really really needs rest, more and more rest. I figured that out after I read this artcle. What I guess he would be doing is gather around more of his oldies dadaji group in his cabinet and formulate some new taxing system, with the help of Pronob dadu of Bengal who kept on shaking hands with Condoleeza Rice at an international political meeting.

Pronob dadu didn’t want to leave her hand. That’s why Indian men are known as DESPERADOS abroad, due to some bizarre people like dadoo. Why don’t he eat rice, shukto, macher jhol and sleep. Let him listen to some Rabindra sangeet, that might give him some insight about the crisis we “common people” have to face….

And this holds true for all in this Government…

Posted May 28, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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Honor Killing of Love   Leave a comment

Today’s Mumbai Mirror says

Honour killing: couple stoned to death in AP

A young couple who got married four months ago, was stoned to death in Nizamabad district of Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh. The bodies of 32-year-old dalit youth Sunkara Srinivas and upper caste girl Swapna Reddy, 22, were found late on Wednesday evening. The angry villagers of Krishnajivadi in Tadwai mandal (block) tied the couple to an electric pole in the village centre and rained stones on them on Wednesday evening………..“The couple died of stone injuries”, said the police. They have taken three persons into custody. Police have been deployed as tension prevailed in the village.

I so much like that debut Black eyed peas song and like every one… it is me asking : WHERE IS THE LOVE? THE LOVE, THE LOVE, THE LOVE?

I just heard that Sher Dadaji’s government wanted to take a census highlighting the caste system?

Why what’s struck him? Lightning? After so many years of independence, I guess the Khap panchayat honor killngs led to this idea…

Since he is a puppet, I want to say, instead of having a census based
on caste, why doesn’t he do something about honor killings, killing is
murder, and honor killing is not a righteous one. You don’t kill for
your own self defence in an honour killing-its a crime and deserves
death penalty of the executioners of such a heinous crime.

What, two people can’t fall in love?

WE HAVE A NEW GROWING SPECIES OF TERRORISTS GROWING ALL OVER THE COUNTRY-NOT THE ONES THAT KILL IN THE NAME OF GOD, BUT THESE ARE THE NEW SPECIES.

THEY KILL IN THE NAME OF CASTE.

BEWARE MY FRIENDS, IF YOU ARE IN LOVE, YOU MIGHT GET SLIT BY YOUR OWN PARENTS!!!!!!!!!!

STUPID people of this country BELIEVE the same old ritualistic
barbarian kind of superstitious practices in all aspects of their
life, be it pooja-paath, marriage, girl child, women, just about every
thing……………my list knows no end…

We are called the most tolerant of human race-the Hindus. Are we
tolerant?

We don’t want to tolerate to lovers who married irrespective
of their caste barriers, but we tolerate and even forgive hard-core
criminals walking past us.

Sanjay dutt, salman khan, some of the accused of the 93 riots, where people of different castes died not the way any of us would want – bloody, with limbs scattered . You think Muslims, Christians, Jains, didn’t die?

It’s high time we address other meaningful problems and let the lovers be happy. We are becoming like the barbarian Taliban people, soon,unless we change these worthless rigid beliefs.

Posted May 28, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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Stenchy Bollywood   Leave a comment

It’s Bollywood bashing time…

Remember those Bollywood movies in the eighties and nineties

Those songs, those curly hairs and those ghagra cholis…….

One fav songs of those times by our self styled chichi – aa, aa, ee,
oo, oo, oo, mera dil na todo. Only fat, thick eye browed, aunty types
will iska heart not todo, not some babe.

Lo, the history is repeating itself once again.

We have all the meaningless movies once again in the circuit. What was Farhan thinking in Akhtar calling Akhtar? Err…………….mistake, mistake Karthik calling Karthink? And that Javed Akhtar lyrics that add the bland bland spice-Jogi nach le……………who was a jogi there ??

I think its high time for the budav to go to maccah madina and become a jogi. Every Filmfare award he comes up with that urdu speaking contest like monologues which no one is interested in seriously. Trust me! What were senior and junior akhtar addressing? I guess their mental illness has come into the movie also.

Then there is this unheard movie called Ek second, which has another
funny lyric that is kabhi rukhta nahin kisi k liye ek second…………..we know that dumbo. Don’t have to sing that and what a bad unmelodious tune……………crows have better tunes.

Oh and ya Veer was another disaster, Sallu’s gone fat……..looks
like a 48 year old tribal wooing a beautiful princess to make
honeymoon in his cave.

He should stop acting as a hero and prefer roles of an elder brother to the hero………….much older brother,those that get born 14 years before the hero is born.

Songs are so bad these days…
love me love me love me your papa says you love me, your mamma says you love me, so love me baby love me………….truly pitiful sallu’s plight!
None to love him?

Who writes these songs? I guess the historical badboodaar lyricists
are bad with their stale and tasted methods from their self-inflicted
jails………

By the way, What is behne de mujhe behne de,,,,? Has a pervert meaning I guess, abhi looks like my doodhwala. Mani ratnam should not have wasted so much on him, rather chosen my doodhwala, wife would come free, instead of ash to give that gavwaali effect.

BOLLYWOOD IS AN ASYLUM …CALLING PSYCHIATRISTS….TO TREAT THE PATIENTS…

Posted May 28, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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Kranti – Education revolution   Leave a comment

Finally the HSC results were out the day before yesterday in Mumbai, and it was time to party for lots, and time for the pyre for some. What a shame!

Why doesn’t dadaji the paaji our dear Prime Minister do anything
about it? Oh yes I forgot to say that he is the strongest and the most obedient Punjab da sher in Sonia’s Congress circus.

With a country that has more villages with farmers and army-men, Sonia sees the importance to sign the “nuke deal”. Why doesn’t she concentrate on the nude deal that our fellow villagers go through, their suicides and their cries, their education, their shelter, forget about electricity and the modern modes of transport?

Most of the country side is unlit in the evenings and during the day there is load shedding. All thanks to the Congress raaj by our bahu Sonia.

What is the use of literacy if someone is not elevated intellectually
as well as emotionally?

I feel that like everyone in the school whatever medium be is taught alphabets and numerical likewise the government should include the syllabus that makes the pupil emotionally strong.

After all we don’t want a frustrated India, do we?

I am not saying that we haven’t progressed over the last 63 years but the progress has been a mockery rather than a matter of pride.

Why doesn’t our government tackle the problems of the society first then shift their glance to other international affairs?

Why isn’t the education system reformed? They won’t reform any of the laws, they won’t amend them.

Why is the standard 12  ( HSC) pattern divided into science, commerce and arts? My father who’s a grandfather now has been through that same old system.

Perhaps we need to keep in mind the different interests of children in mind rather than giving them on an “old plate to eat because that is what we want them to eat”

The old system of ranking plus those same subjects have worn out the creative minds of the students just like the bone joints of our old 80 plus aged ministers have worn out.

Why do we need those oldies? They can’t even walk straight, plus their false teeth, that’s why they don’t smile at the media functions. They have such a narrow and uncreative, unrealistic way of education. Their old tried and tested method is a passé.

They should encourage vocational abilities like singing, dancing,
cookery, painting, pottery, carpentry and sports, not just cricket but football, table tennis, badminton, karate, yoga, martial arts too
should be given much significance. There should be more affordable institutions which polish these talents such that they shine bright in the future and can earn a decent living.

They should include these vocations as a career prospect to those who are not much interested in the likhai-padhai concept of education after  a certain age – says after SSC or Class 10.

Let us – the “common man” bring out the “Kranti” to protest against such education and such policies.

Posted May 28, 2010 by indupress in Indupress

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