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meaning vein

ibig sabihin kayat

Last Update: 2014-07-23
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thadi meaning

தாடி

Last Update: 2014-07-21
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meaning mother's maiden name

தாயின் னி பெயரை பொருள்

Last Update: 2014-07-19
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boys name dharun meaning in tamil

சிறுவர்கள் தமிழ் dharun பொருள் பெயர்

Last Update: 2014-07-24
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boy name dharun meaning in tamil

தமிழ் சிறுவன் பெயர் dharun பொருள்

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meaning of koothi ​​in english

Meaning of meesai in English

Last Update: 2014-07-22
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1. LIFE AND DEATH LIFE There is only one source of Life--an Infinite and Almighty Life, whose creative power gave life to all living things. All creatures live in Him and in Him will they remain forever. Again this Life created innumerable other lives, different in kind, and in the stages of their progress man is one of these, created in God's own image that he might ever remain happy in His holy presence. DEATH This life may change but it can never be destroyed, and though the change from one form of existence into another is called Death, this never means that death finally ends life, or even that it adds to life, or takes away from it. It merely transfers the life from one form of existence to another. A thing that disappears from our sight has not thereby ceased to exist. It reappears, but in another form and state. MAN CAN NEVER BE DESTROYED Nothing in this whole universe was ever destroyed, nor can it ever be, because the Creator has never created anything for destruction. If He had wished to destroy it, He would never have created it. And if nothing in creation can be destroyed, then how can man be destroyed, who is the crown of creation, and the image of his Creator? Can God Himself destroy His own image, or can any other creature do it? Never! If a man is not destroyed at death then at once the question arises, where will man exist after death, and in what state? I shall attempt to give a brief explanation from my own visional experiences though it is not possible for me to describe all the things which I have seen in visions of the spiritual world, because the language and illustrations of this world are inadequate to express these spiritual realities; and the very attempt to reduce to ordinary language the glory of the things seen is likely to result in misunderstanding. I have, therefore, had to eliminate the account of all those subtle spiritual occurrences, for which only a spiritual language is adequate, and to take up only a few simple and instructive incidents that will prove profitable to all. And since at some time or other every one will have to enter into this unseen spiritual world it will not be without profit, if we, to some extent, become familiar with it.


Last Update: 2014-07-23
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Peaceful Pondicherry Give Time A Break Give time a break in the French Riveira of the East – Pondicherry which has been recently rechristened as Puducherry, meaning New Village in Tamil. Historically, Puducherry has been ruled by the Pallavas, Cholas, Vijaya Nagar Kingdom, Sultans, the Dutch, Portuguese, Danes, English and finally by the French. It became a part of the Indian Union in 1954. The French left a lasting impact on Puducherry and its influence is omniscient in Puducherry’s architecture and its cuisine. Recently it has acquired a halo as the happening place in the South of the country having been repeatedly voted as the best place to live in India. Nowhere in India can one find such an amalgamation of cultures, languages and cuisines within such a small geographical area. Just doing nothing, lazing around the various beaches (it has many private beach properties), enjoying a siesta or partying until the wee hours of morning – Pondy has it all! You may just wish that the day was longer than 24 hours to savour all that Pondy has to offer. Sights and sounds of Pondy are like no other you’ll encounter in India. The French Quarter with its neat perpendicular boulevards, dotted with Continental restaurants, serving authentic French, Italian, Mexican cuisine; curio shops selling artworks, handmade paper products, multi-fragranced incense sticks and scented candles; galleries tucked in street corners, bands playing fusion music: the varieties are just mind boggling! In stark contrast, the Tamil quarter boasts unique architecture with houses having Thinnais and doorsteps displaying Kolams, which are believed to have auspicious values. If you’re lost amidst all these, the policeman in his red Kepi will be only too happy to assist you to find your bearings. Pondicherry is best known for Auroville, meaning the city of Dawn and the Aurobindo Ashram. Auroville, an international township was inaugurated on 28th of February, 1962, with sand and soil brought from 175 countries around the world. Matrimandir, the centre of this town, and its most important structure, is a meditation hall. This golden globe, the world’s largest (30m high) man-made crystal ball, is a center of spirituality. Sri Aurobindo Ashram, established in 1926 by Sri Aurobindo, philosopher and Yogi, and his chief disciple, French, Mirra Alfassa (“The Mother”) is a spiritual center for the practice of Integral Yoga. Other places of interest are the Ousteri or Osudu Lake cum bird sanctuary, a man made water body that has existed for centuries and the Chunnambar backwaters leading on to the pristine Paradise islands. Boating is a favourite time pass here. The Church of Our Lady of Angels – Eglise de Notre Dame des Anges – was built by French Missionaries in 1865. It is modeled after the Basilica at Lourdes (located in Southern France). The Puducherry beach “Promenade” runs for 1.5 km along the Avenue (Beach Road) overlooking the Bay of Bengal. Monuments like the Gandhi statue, French War Memorial, heritage buildings (Mairie), and the old lighthouse are situated in this stretch. For the shopaholics, Pondicherry has small boutiques, local markets, and Ashram shops. Many are located on Nehru Street and Mahatma Gandhi Road. Specialty products include homemade paper products (especially lanterns), leather products, arts and crafts/handicrafts, terracotta/fine pottery etc. Pondy Sunday market is a vibrant open air market where the locals flock every Sunday to get the best bargains. The adventurous among you may want to try out sports like horse-riding, paragliding, wind surfing, snorkelling and water sports. Puducherry boasts of a well maintained botanical garden, which is home to a plethora of plants and exotic animals. So give time a break and soak in the sun and the surf in timeless and ageless Puducherry. La Joie de vivre Pondi!

பாண்டிச்சேரி பற்றி தமிழ் கட்டுரை

Last Update: 2014-07-21
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