Photography…


Hi Friends,

It been Months and Missed lot here. Today its “Photography day”. We are about to Celebrate 175 th Year of Photography in this Month and with a small interest in taking photographs i would like to share My click with Few Lines .

 

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புகைப்படங்கள் நினைவுகளையும் நியாபகங்களையும் உள்ளடைக்கியவை என்னை பொறுத்தவரை.. காலங்கள் மாறலாம் மனிதர்கள் மாறலாம் சூழல்கள் மாறலாம் ஆனால் சுவடுகளில் ( புகைப்படங்களில் ) உள்ள உணர்ச்சிகள் மாறாது, நம்மை அச்சூழலுக்கு கொண்டு போய்விடும் சக்தி அதனிடம் உண்டு.

மேலே பகிரப்பட்டுள்ள புகைப்படம் ஓர் ஓய்வு நேரத்தில் விளையாட்டாய் எடுத்த படம். படம் குறித்த உங்கள் கருத்துக்கள்  வரவேற்க்கப்படுகிறது.

 

காலங்கள் மாறலாம்
காயங்கள் போகலாம்
வழிகள் மாறலாம்
சுவடின் உணர்வு மாறுவதில்லை !
#புகைப்படம்

 

Frames of impression
To Make a life forever remembrance.
#Photography

 

இலைகள் துளிருமென நம்பிக்கை கொண்ட சந்தோஷத்தில்
இலைகள் உதிர்வதற்காக வருத்தப்பட்டதில்லை மரங்கள்…
#நம்பிக்கை

 

with Wishes  ,

Friend  🙂

 

 

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மனதின் தீப ஒளி


அன்பு வணக்கங்கள் நண்பர்களுக்கு,

   தீபாவளி முன்னிட்டு முயன்ற எழுத்து கோர்வை. கருத்துக்கள் இருந்தால் தாராளமாக கூறலாம்.

கோவிலின் கோபுரத்தில் சின்ன சின்ன நட்சத்திரங்கள்
வீட்டு மாடங்களில் வண்ணமிகு தீப ஒளிகள்…
வீதியெங்கும் மத்தாப்பு வாசனையாம்
திருநாளின் வருகைக்கு புத்தாடை போஜனங்களாம்…..

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நன்றி மெசேஜ் ! – அடுத்த முதல் அடி …


என்னடா தங்லீஷ்ல எழுதுறேன் பாக்குறீங்களா நன்றிகள் கூற மொழி தடையல்ல என்பது என் கருத்து !

இத்தளம் இன்றுடன் பிறந்து ஒரு வருடம் ஆகிவிட்டது .  உருப்புடியா எழுதுனேனா தெரில ஆனா ஊக்குவித்த அனைத்து நல் உள்ளங்களுக்கும் என் நன்றி . முக்கியமா  நண்பர்களான தமிழ் , ஓஜஸ் ,குழலினிஅவர்களுக்கு என் முதல் நன்றி . என்னாலையும் எழுத முடியும் என்ற கருத்தை எனக்குள் துளிர்விட காரணமாய் இருந்தவர்கள் அவர்களே ! நன்றி நண்பர்களே . மேலும் இத்தளத்தில் நிரம்ப எழுத ஆயுத்த ஏற்பாடுகள் நடந்து கொண்டும் இருக்கிறது .இத்தளத்தின் மூலம் ரஞ்சனி மாமி அவர்களில் நட்பு கிட்டியது மகிழிச்சியே..இன்னும் நிறையா நண்பர்கள் கிடைத்துள்ளனர் , அதில் இவரும் ஒருவர் மூஷிவ்.

“AMSGGM”க்கான  பெயர் காரணம்

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தளத்தில் மொத்தம்

  • 37 பதிவுகள் ,இதனை தவிர்த்து.
  • 43 பிரிவுகள்.
  • 5 பக்கங்கள்.
  • இன்றுடன் 2000 பார்வைகளும் தாண்டிவிட்டது.

மேலும் மெசேஜ் தளத்தின் பிற பக்கங்கள் இதோ

மேலும் என் பிற தளத்தின் இணைப்புகள்

மிகவும் பிடித்த பதிவுகளாக…

மேலும் எழுதவே விருப்பம் …அனைத்து நல்உள்ளங்களுக்கும் என் நன்றி !
எனக்கு பிடித்த பாரதி கவியுடன் இரண்டாம் ஆண்டினுள் நுழைகிறேன்.

உறுதி வேண்டும் !

மனதில் உறுதி வேண்டும்,

வாக்கினி லேயினிமை வேண்டும்,

நினைவு நல்லது வேண்டும்,

நெருங்கின பொருள் கைப்பட வேண்டும்,

கனவு மெய்ப்பட வேண்டும்,

கைவசமாவது விரைவில் வேண்டும்,

தனமும் இன்பமும் வேண்டும்,

தரணியிலே பெருமை வேண்டும்,

கண் திறந்திட வேண்டும்,

காரியத்தி லுறுதி வேண்டும்,

பெண் விடுதலை வேண்டும்,

பெரிய கடவும் காக்க வேண்டும்,

மண் பயனுற வேண்டும்,

வானகமிங்கு தென்பட வேண்டும்,

உண்மை நின்றிட வேண்டும்.

ஓம் ஓம் ஓம் ஓம்.

நன்றி மெசேஜுடன் …
உங்கள் தோழி.

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National Salute !


Happy Independence Day Frnds,

I salute for our co brothers and sisters (army frnds) and enter into my post. Here i came to tell about a short history of out “Tricolor Flag” .Im proud to share my small thing i know about our flag. Every Flag defines about free nation .Our tricolor flag is commonly known as Tiranga defines the tricolor Saffron ,white ,green .Our flag was designed by Pingali Venkayya from Machilipatnam(1916).

Let us go with our Flag history..

Our First flag was hoisted on August 7,1906 in Kolkata (Bagan Square) .Flag has the color of red,yellow,green.

First flag

First flag

Second flag was hoisted in 1907 in Paris by Madame Cama .Flag holds tricolor orange,yellow, green with sun and moon at bottom(green) with a hindi writeup.

Second Flag

Second Flag

Third flag was hoisted in 1917 during the Home rule Movement by Dr.Annie Besant and Lokmanya Tilak.Flag contains red(5) and green(4) stripes and seven stars positioned like saptarishi structure .The pole end contain white crescent and star in one cornerand top end has Union Jack.

Third Flag

Third Flag

Fourth flag was done in 1921(VijayaWada) by an youth and he took the flag to Gandhiji .Flag contains two colors red and green specifying to two communities with white strip specifying other communities.The Spinning wheel represented the progress of Nation.

Fourth Flag

Fourth Flag

Fifth flag was hoisted adopted in 1931.This flag is just similar to now “tricolor” flag with (top)saffron,white and green and Gandhiji’s spinning wheel at center .

Fifth Flag

Fifth Flag

The Final flag we have is our tricolor flag with Dharma Charkha in place of the spinning wheel as the emblem on the flag.Tiranga was hoisted on July 22, 1947 in free India. The colours and their significance remained the same.As we all know Flag contains

  • Saffron – speaks about courage and sacrifice
  • White – speaks peace and truth
  • Green – Fertility
  • DharmaChakra– wheel of the law
  • 24 spokes in wheel– 24hrs in a day
  • blue spokes– Ocean and Sky
Sixth flag -Tiranga

Sixth flag -Tiranga

Its unfair to conclude without telling Quote from a freedom fighter .I like MahaKavi SubramaNiya Bharathiyar . Not only his words spoked about freedom but his breathe spoked the freedom.One of his poem i woul like to share.

விடுதலை! விடுதலை! விடுதலை!
பறைய ருக்கும் இங்கு தீயர்
புலைய ருக்கும் விடுதலை
பரவ ரோடு குறவருக்கும்
மறவ ருக்கும் விடுதலை!
திறமை கொண்டதீமை யற்ற
தொழில் புரங்ந்து யாவரும்
தேர்ந்த கல்வி ஞானம் எய்தி
வாழ்வம் இந்த நாட்டிலே.

இப்பாடலுடன் நம் விடுதலை அடைத்தோம் என்பதை மார் நிமிர்த்தி பெருமிதத்துடன் சொல்கிறேன்.இனிய சுதந்திரதின நல்வாழ்த்துகள் நண்பர்களே !

நம்நாடு நம் கலாச்சாரம் !

நம்நாடு நம் கலாச்சாரம் !

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Festivals………..


A festival is a celebration of life. Festivals bring peace and joy to the masses. They break the monotony of life. Indian festivals are numerous. They are of three types- national, religious and seasonal.

The first type of festivals. i.e. national festivals are celebrated with great patriotic favour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The second type of festivals depict the religious association of the people. Third ones mark the change of season. The people celebrate their faith or seasonal change with gaiety and enthusiasm. The national festivals include Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanit etc. The religious festivals of India include Guru Parav, Holi, Lohir, Buddhapurnima, Mahavir Jayanit, Dussehra, Diwali, Janmastami, Chath, Navaratri, Eid, Christmas, the festivals of the Parsees and Jews etc. The seasonal festivals include Bhi, Baisakhi, Onam, Pongal, Basant Panchanmi etc. Festivals also have a negative influence on the society. Festivals should be celebrated with simplicity. They should be celebrated to promote national integration and communal harmony.

A festival is a celebration of life. It is a celebration, entertainment or series of performances of a certain kind, often held periodically. Festivals break the monotony of life. They bring peace and joy to the masses. All nations have their religious and cultural festivals. Indian festivals are numerous. They are harmonious, rich, varied and colorful.

Indian festivals are varied as the people themselves. They can broadly be divided into three categories – national or political, religious and seasonal. Most Indian festivals have their origin either in religions or in the myths and legends of popular faiths. Some are contend with the memory of venerable men and events and are, therefore, commemorative in nature. They are intended to keep alive the memory of those events and personalities and inspire people to emulate their examples. Then there are festivals which punctuate the seasons of the year.

National festivals, like the Republic Day, the Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanit are celebrated with great patriotic fervor. These days have been declared as national holidays and are celebrated in all parts of the country with a lot of enthusiasm. The capital, New Delhi, is the seat of national celebrations on such occasions. It witnesses one of the most majestic parades on the Republic Day. Apart from the Armed Forces, school children from across the country also participate in this parade. The states exhibit their tableaux depicting the states resources or recent achievements. The parade is also an occasion for the display of India’s military strength and a number of arms, ammunitions, tanks and fighter aircrafts, some of them indigenously developed, are paraded. On Gandhi Jayanti, leaders and people from different walks of life pay their homage to the Father of the Nation. On the Independence Day, the Prime Minister unfurls the national flag and addresses the nation from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort.

The religious festivals of India include Dussehra, Diwali, Janmastami, Shivratri, Guru Parva, Ram Navami, Holi, Chath, Navarati, Eid-ul-Zuha, Eid-ul-fitr, Christmas, Buddhja Purnima Mahavir Jayanti and the festivals of the Parsees and the Jews.

Diwali is the most prominent of Hindu festivals. It is the festival of lights. The Hindus celebrate this day to commemorate the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after the victory over Ravana. it is the victory of good over evil. The houses are cleaned and whitewashed. The people wear new clothes. businessman start their new accounts. Sweets are distributed. On this day, people from all walks of life light up their homes. Crackers are burst and the children as well as the youth enjoy them.

Ram Navami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Rama. Janmastami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. Durga Pooja is celebrated in Bengal, Assam and some others parts of India. Is is celebrated with great pomp and show. Goddess Durga si worshipped for five days. On the fifth day, the statue of the goddess is immersed in water. In Northern India. Dussehra is observed as Vijaya dashimi celebrating victory of good over evil. of Rama over Ravana. In Maharashtra, Lord Ganesh is worshipped with great pomp and show.

Holi is celebrated at the end of the winter season. This festival marks the beginning of spring. ‘Raaslila’ a cultural dance of Manipur is staged during this festival. The dance is dedicated to Lord Krishna and the gopis. Holi a festival of colors. People throw color on one another. It is celebrated in honor of Prahlad. It celebrates the victory of good over evil.

Chath is celebrated in Bihar and also other parts of India. Sun-god is worshipped early in the morning on this day. sweets and fruits are offered to the Sun-god.

Eid is celebrated to mark the end of Ramzan. It was during the month of Ramzan that Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed. The Muslims fast during the month of Ramzan. At the end of the month. Eid is celebrated with feats.

Guru Nanak Dev’s birthday is celebrated by Sikhs and members o other communities. On this occasion religious congregations are attended, lamps are lit and crackers are burst. The days of martyrdom of Guru Arjun Dev and Guru Teg Bahadur are also of special significance to the community. These days are observed as days of peace and harmony and langer sewa (serving of free food) is organized on a very large scale on these days. the Buddhists and the Jains celebrate their religious festivals in the form of Buddha Purnima and Mahavir Jayanti respectively.

Christmas is the most important festivals of the Christians. It is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Jesus on 25th December. The Christmas tree is decorated with artificial stars, lights, toys etc. on this day. Cakes and puddings are set ved. Children get dressed in new clothes. Any person disguised as Santa Claus distributes sweets among the children. Prayers are offered in churches.

The Jews celebrate their festivals in a similar fashion as that of the Christians. They go the synagogue to pray the Almighty. The Parsees celebrate Naoroz during August0September each year. It is the beginning of their new year. Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated by the Jains. Buddha Purnima is celebrated by the Buddhists.

The seasonal festivals are celebrated in different ways all over the country. Bihu is celebrated with great pomp and show in Assam. Baisakhi is celebrated as a mark of harvesting the wheat crops in Punjab. Onam is celebrated in Kerala as a harvest festival. Pongal is also a similar festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Basant Panchami is celebrated throughout North India. It marks the end of the winter season. Seasonal changes mark the new beginnings. Happiness fills the heart of the people during these festivals.

Festivals also have a negative influence on our society. The bursting of crackers during Diwali pollute the atmosphere. Gambling disturbs public life. During Holi, drunkards brawl in the streets. Temples are decorated at the cost of millions of rupees. The money used for such events could be utilized for the economic developed of the country.

Color is an essential part of Holi. But it must not be sprayed on people who do not want to play it. The bursting of crackers should be stopped. Festivals should be celebrated with simplicity. People belonging to other communities should be invited during religious festivals. This will help in promoting national integration and communal harmony.