Quote of the day:One Little rain drop may think
itself too small but somewhere a thirsty flower awaits
Humour:Q:Why was the maths book crying?
A:Because, it had too many problems.
Health corner:Obese(fatty) adults and children
face the risk of losing their eyesight from a range
of degenerative eye conditions–reports Royal
National Institute of the Blind(R N I B), London.
Obesity also causes diabetes and heart disease.
Do you know? Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus
originated from India.Quadratic equations were used
by Sridharacharya. The largest numbers the Greeks and
the Romans used were 106, whereas Hindus used numbers
as big as 10*53 with specific names as early as 5,000 B C.
View: If all think alike,there would be no progress.
Divine Corner: Puja= flower offering.
Pujya ”Mataji”(mother) or Pujya ”Pitaji” (father)
means honoured parents. It has a grace and power
which is lacking completely in ”Hi, Mom or Dear Dad!”.
Diary:Kannada is a rich language.A rain song in a
Kannada movie named ”Accident”, is very appealing.
The hero remembers his beloved, lost in the accident
like this:”Don’t pelt down drops so heavily, Oh, rain!
If you pour steadily, my beloved cannot come towards me;
Please slow down, so that she may come to meet me;
And after her coming near me, please pour down so heavily,
That she cannot return to her abode again.”