INDEX 26 FOR LONDON SWAMINATHAN’S ENGLISH & TAMIL ARTICLES (Post No.8712)

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Post No. 8712

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JANUARY 2015

Post No 1614 A Day in Sringeri Jagadguru’s Life, 31 January 2015

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  2. அதிசய மன்னர்கள் எழுதிய அற்புத புத்தகங்கள்!,30-1

1611Books written by Wise Kings of India!,30/1

  1. Hindu Kings of Indonesia,29/1,

Dictionary Of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 12

1609.பெண் குழந்தை பெற்ற மனைவி கொலை! “பெண்களைக் காக்க”!28/1

  1. சத்தியம் பற்றிய 28 தமிழ் மேற்கோள்கள்,28/1

1607.Electrocuted by husband—- for having a Daughter: Beti Bachao! Beti Padhao!!,28/1

  1. 28 Beautiful Quotes on Truth!, 28/1

1605.நீங்கள் சதுரமா? பூஜ்யமா?, 27/1

  1. Are you a Square or a Zero ?,26/1
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  3. Dynasties with Plant Names! Dynasty in Shiva’s Bilva Tree Name!, 25/1
  4. இந்தோனேஷியாவில் மேலும் ஒரு அதிசயம்!, 25/1
  5. Lord Krishna’s Generous Donations!,24/1
  6. கிருஷ்ணர் கொடுத்த நன்கொடைகள்!,24/1
  7. Eight Janamejayas and Five Krishnas!!23/1

1597.கரிகாலன் வரலாறு கூறும் சுவைமிகு பாடல்கள்!,23/1

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  2. Hindu Rulers of South East Asian Countries!,22/1
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  4. Longest Ruling Indian Kings!,21/1

1592.நீண்ட காலம் ஆண்ட மன்னன் கரிகாலன்?21/1

  1. Why Very Long Names for Tamil Kings?,20-1
    Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 9
  2. 1590.ரிக் வேதத்தில் குழப்பத்தை உண்டாக்கும் ‘மனு’க்கள்!,20/1
  3. Mystery of Manu : Rig Veda Mystery No.8!19/1
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  5. Sangam Age Chera Kings!,18/1
  6. 1586.அழகான காஷ்மீரி பெண்கள் பெயர்கள் !,18/1
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  8. Sangam Age Pandya Kings and Chieftains, 17/1; Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 7
  9. Beautiful Names of Ancient Kashmiri Women!,17/1
  10. கஜினி முகமது நாணயத்தில் சம்ஸ்கிருதம்!,17/1
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  12. 30 Kings of Satavahana Empire, 16/1; ; Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 6
  13. Sanskrit in Mahmud of Ghazni Coins!,16/1
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  15. 106 Kings of Hindu Kashmir!,15/1, Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 5

1576.நான்கு தசரதர், மூன்று கிருஷ்ணர், இரண்டு ராவணன்! வரலாற்றில் குழப்பம்!,15/1

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  2. Kaliyuga Calculation: Kalhana’s Blunder!,14/1
  3. Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 4,14/1
  4. இந்திய வரலாற்றில் அராஐகம் !,14/1
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  6. ARAJAKA in Indian History,13/1
  7. Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 3,13/1
  8. தமிழில் சாதனை படைத்த ‘உச்சிமேற் புலவர் கொள் நச்சினார்க்கினியர்’ !,

13/1(part of The Wonder That is Tamil)

  1. Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings – Part 2,12/1
  2. 1566.கன்னிப் பெண்கள் எல்லோரும் கல்யாணமானவர்கள்!! ஒரு சர்ச்சை!!12/1
  3. Dictionary of 10,000 Indian Kings- Part 1, 11/1
  4. 1564.காதா சப்த சதியிருந்து சில சுவையான கவிதைகள்,11/1
  5. Confusion over Date of Buddha: Why did they ‘Kill him 20 times’?,10/1
  6. புத்தர் எப்போது இறந்தார்?, 10/1
  7. Did Hala copy Kalidas in GSS?,9/1
  8. 1559.காதா சப்தசதியில் அதிசயச் செய்திகள்!, 9/1
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  10. Sign Language of Intelligent Hindu Women!,8/1

1557.சங்க இலக்கியத்தில் பிராக்ருத கவிஞர்கள்!,8/1

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  2. Six Types of Laughter!Tamil and Sanskrit Quotations on Laughter!,7/1
  3. புத்திசாலிப் பெண்களின் சைகை மொழிகள்!, 7/1
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  5. Wife’s Insult inspires Husbands !,6/1
  6. புகழ் மிகு பிராக்ருத காதல் நூல் தோன்றிய கதை !,6/1
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1549.Lord Shiva Composed Tamil Poems! The Wonder that is Tamil- Part 6, 5/1

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1547.வள்ளுவர் ‘காமெடி’: சிரிப்பு எத்தனை வகை?, 5/1

1546.சான்றோரும் சந்திரனும்; சான்றோரும் பாம்புகளும், 4/1

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1543.Who are Great Men? What are the Criteria for Greatness?,3/1

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1540.கோவிலில் தமிழ் புத்தக அரங்கேற்றங்கள்!!,2/1

  1. Snakes and Great Men!,2/1

1538.சங்கு சுட்டாலும் வெண்மை தரும்!,2/1

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  2. Tamil Book Launches in Temples! The Wonder that is Tamil- Part 4,1/1
  3. சங்கத் தமிழில் நகைச்சுவை, ஜனவரி 1, 2015

January 2015 finito.

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31 Indian Quotations on Mind!

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Calendar of Golden Sayings, January 2015

Important Days:  Ekathasi Jan.1 (Vaikunda Ekathasi), 16, 30; Amavasya 20, Pournami- Jan.4

Festivals: Arudra Darsana 5; Bogi Festival 14; Pongal/Makara Sankaranti 15; Republic Day of India 26; Ratha saptami 26; Bhishmashtami 27.

 

Compiled by London Swaminathan

Post No.1523; Dated  27th December 2014.

31 Quotations on MIND (Manah) from Sanskrit and Tamil Literature

January 1 Thursday

If the intention is pure, everything is excellent — Kahaavatratnaakar, page 42

Ante varam cétsakalam varishtham

January 2 Friday

Difficult indeed to fathom the mind of another all at once — Valmiki Ramayana 6-17-60

Asakyam sahasaa bhaavó bóddhum parasya vai

January 3 Saturday

A still heart foretells impending misery or happiness —Malavikagnimitra-5 -p 161

Aagaami sukham duhkham vaa hrdayasamavasthaa kathayati

January 4 Sunday

Whose mind will be at ease after wilfully committing a heinous crime – Kathasaritsagara

Kasyaasvasiti cétó hi vihitasvairasaahasam

human_brain

January 5 Monday

People who have done something wrong  are always disturbed – Tamil Proverb

Kutramulla Nenjé Kurukurukkum

January 6 Tuesday

The eye is the Mirror of Mind – Sanskrit Proverb

Cakshurhi manóbhaavamaavis karóti

Face is the Index of the Mind (English Proverb)

January 7 Wednesday

Alas! The minds of beings are fickle – Valmiki Ramayana 2-4-20

Calaa hi praaninaam matih

January 8 Thursday

The lotus stem high according to water depth; a man’s merit is the measure of his mental strength – Tirukkural couplet 595

January 9 Friday

All thought should be the thought of rising high though it fails; it is nature of success  — Tirukkural couplet 596

January 10 Saturday

Rare are those with insight into hearts (of others) – Kahaavatratnaakar  p.126

Cittanjaa durlabhaa lóké

January 11 Sunday

Indeed the mind itself is the divine eye Brhat Katha Manjari

Divyam hi nayanam manah

January 12 Monday

It is impossible even for the great to be continuously focussed Rajatarangini 8-234

Na citta vrttéraikagryam mahataamapi sarvadaa

January 13 Tuesday

A wounded heart seldom heals — Dhurtanartaka

Na róhati pariksatam hrdayam

January 14 Wednesday

The mind is not cleansed by water

Na vaarinaa sudhyati caantaraatmaa – Sanskrit saying

mind

January 15 Thursday

“There is fuller’s earth for fulling clothes

And with ashes hides are cured

And gems are cut with diamond files

But to scour the mind there is naught – Tamil Poet Bharati

January 16 Friday

Though wounded with arrows, the elephant stands firm in his greatness; he who has spirit never loses heart when he fails — Tirukkural couplet 597

January 17 Saturday

Strong willed mental courage is manliness. Without it man is but wood (tree) in human form  — Tirukkural couplet 600

January 18 Sunday

A brave heart, Sweet speech, Good thoughts

Ripe fruit, Quick dividends, Dreams fulfilled

Wealth and happiness, and fame on earth

Om, Om, Om, Om– Tamil Poet Bharati

January 19 Monday

For humans, their own mind is the sacred authority in all actions – Bharatmanjari

Pramaanam hi manóvrttisarva kaaryésu dehinaam

January 20 Tuesday

If a man should utter a lie consciously, his own mind would torture him for the lie uttered – Tirukkural couplet 293

January 21 Wednesday

One who is true in thought and word is greater than even than those who perform penance (Thapas) and do charity  — Tirukkural couplet 295

January 22 Thursday

The human mind has a tenedency to do what is forfidden —  Kathasaritsagara

Praayó vaaritavaamaa hi pravrtti manasó nrnaam

January 23 Friday

Mind itself is the cause of of man’s bondage as well as liberation – Canakyaniti 2-11

Mana éva manushyaanaam kaaranam bandhamókasayóh

January 24 Saturday

The actions of the mind heed not the dictates of one’s will – Avimaraka

Manasca taavadamsmadichchayaa na pravartate

1-piece-of-mind

January 25 Sunday

Mind! Thy name is desire – Brhat Katha Manjari

Manasah svabhaavó hyabhitlaasitaa

January 26 Monday

Beauty strikes the pure at heart – Hanuman Nataka 14-s53

Manasi svahché ramyaanaam ramaniiyataa

January  27 Tuesday

A burn caused by fire may heal; but a scar caused by a fiery tongue will never heal — Tirukkural couplet 129

January 28 Wednesday

Mind intuits the association of even past lives! – Raghuvamsa 7-15

Manó hi janmaantara sangatijinam

January 29 Thursday

The ways of the mind are indeed strange –Kiratarjuniya 1-37

Vicitra rúpaah khalu  cittavrrttayah

January 30 Friday

When the mind turns pure, the world appears pure – Kahavatratnakar p.172

Svaanté púté jagatpútam

January 31 Saturday

Right judgements originate in sound minds — Subhasitaratnakhandamanjusa p 21

Svasthé cite budhdhayah sambhavanti

Sanskrit quotations are taken from  Suktisudha, Chinmaya International Foundation

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