Indian History Discussions - III

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Narendhar » 02 Jul 2003 01:20

'Lack of archaeological evidence irrelevant' :D !

Should be a lot of fun! ;)

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Narendhar » 03 Jul 2003 03:14

From Rediff:

http://www.rediff.com/news/2003/jul/02praful.htm?zcc=dc

Where have we seen this before?! :)

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Kaushal » 03 Jul 2003 03:46

What is the purpose of the above post ?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Narendhar » 03 Jul 2003 03:54

Kaushal Sir,

The top-half or the bottom half? The former is very pertinent since this is the place to park all news on Ayodhya related developments it seems.

The top-half made me so happy :) , hence the bottom-half! Besides, the "Kickin' down the cobble stones, looking for fun..." bit sorta describes the Ayodhya movement, does it not? :) ), we might have a very happy ending after all. Isn't that a good reason to "feel groovy"? :)

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Umrao » 03 Jul 2003 04:11

kaushal garu>>

....
Cheri moorkhuni manasu ranjimparaadu.

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby O Vijay » 03 Jul 2003 04:14

Kaushal garu, aayanni pattinchikopote, vellipotaremo?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby SankarS » 03 Jul 2003 04:24

Originally posted by Narendhar:
The entire Ayodhya movement was driven by invented faith, irrational revenge for 'past wrongs,' and false rumours. [/b]
Could some one please tell me when was this "invented faith" was invented? Does any of our Religious text book says the exact location/birth place of Lord Rama?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby AJay » 03 Jul 2003 04:31

Originally posted by John Umrao:
kaushal garu>>

....
Cheri moorkhuni manasu ranjimparaadu.
To fil in the dots in the above post

thiviri isumuna thailambu theeya vachchu
dhavili mrugathrushna lO neeru thraga vachchu
thirigi kundheti kommu sandhimpa vachchu
chEri mUrkhula mansu ranjimparAdu

Does anybody know Bharthruhari's original in Sanskrit?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Narendhar » 03 Jul 2003 04:45

Uh-ohhh!....and Lavakare's fine article on Ayodhya ("Back to the Courtroom Yet Again') has gone AWOL in a hurry in the meantime... :)

http://www.rediff.com/news/arvind.htm

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby malnv » 03 Jul 2003 05:02

'Babar destroyed Ayodhya Ram temple'

http://web.mid-day.com/news/nation/2003/july/57494.htm

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Arvind » 03 Jul 2003 06:58

Most Hilarious AIT narrative on Rama's birth place
:rotfl:
Got this by e-mail. While I am by no means an OIT believer, this is a simply hilarious narrative on the birth place of rAmachandra. Can people get more idiotic than this and still throw stones on others?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Sahastra » 03 Jul 2003 07:13

"TaTaTaTa! Feelin' Groovy"

It is not so good a sight to see a former formidable (and reasonable at times) postor relegating himself to the role of a clown.

Life's ironies, eh?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Kaushal » 03 Jul 2003 12:20

Everybody and his brother has a theory on the Origin of the Indics. The notion that we have long lost cousins in Lithuania or Anatolia or Tocharia is very appealing to some.

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Sai » 03 Jul 2003 15:02

Originally posted by AnilJoshi:
Originally posted by John Umrao:
[b]kaushal garu>>

....
Cheri moorkhuni manasu ranjimparaadu.
To fil in the dots in the above post

thiviri isumuna thailambu theeya vachchu
dhavili mrugathrushna lO neeru thraga vachchu
thirigi kundheti kommu sandhimpa vachchu
chEri mUrkhula mansu ranjimparAdu

Does anybody know Bharthruhari's original in Sanskrit?[/b]
Anil, are you Gult!?

Is this from neethi sathakam?

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby merlin » 03 Jul 2003 19:06

<I>>>I believe Hauma has a website on Gothras, remember seeing something a while ago. </I>

Kaushal, could you provide that link? I would be interested in seeing that. Thanks.

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby Kaushal » 03 Jul 2003 19:47

I am not sure whether this is the right one.

http://home.earthlink.net/~ravi/gotra.html

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Re: Indian History Discussions - III

Postby AJay » 03 Jul 2003 23:34

Originally posted by Sai:
[Anil, are you Gult!?

Is this from neethi sathakam?
Yes, I am.

It is my understanding that the above padyam is a translation from Bhartruhari's Neethi Shatakam. May be I will saunter down to the library here to see if I can get the original.


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