Peaceful Warrior  

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Thanks a lot to Rashmin for posting about this movie. I watched this yesterday.

This movie is based on a true story of a gymnast (Dan Millman). The best part in the movie is the conversations between the old man and the gymnast. It is kind of miraculous (mysterious ?) story. Amazing one and a must see.

You will be amazed what you can do :) ... watch the trailer..

Photoz of Pasir Ris Beach  

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Location: Pasir Ris Beach Park, Singapore

Mushroom Again....  

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Mushroom again.. this time it is oyster mushroom.



Can you feel the taste.. if you can't, then you are missing something.



Veggies Rocks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Baiju  

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Go, learn the Art of Living  

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WHAT would be the fate of an employee who is seriously detrimental in the interest of an organisation? He would probably face the axe for his mistake.
Shiv Sai Infosys Pvt Ltd, a city-based BPO, caught three of its young employees in an act that jeopardised the interest of the organisation. But, instead of sacking them the company sent the boys for a week to undertake Art of Living course at Sri Sri Ravishankar's ashram in Bangalore all this at the company's expense. read full story

Self effort  

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Self-effort alone is responsible for whatever man gets here; when he is sunk in unhappiness, to console him people suggest that it is his fate. No one has seen such a fate or a god, but everyone has experienced how an action (good or evil) leads to a result (good or evil). Hence, right from one’s childhood one should endeavor to promote one’s true good (salvation) by a keen intelligent study of the scriptures, by having the company of the holy ones and by right self effort.

~ From Yoga Vasistha.

Simple Vegetable Curry  

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You will need:

Carrot - sliced
Mushroom
Green peas
Onion - finely sliced
Corn - optional
Coriander powder
Turmeric powder
Coconut paste
Sunflower oil
Coriander leaves - finely cut
Salt - to taste

Heat up water in a pan, add mixed vegetables. When it is half cooked add other stuffs (coriander powder, turmeric powder, coriander leaves, oil, and coconut paste, salt). Mix well. Actually you can add powders of your choice. Since I had the above two I used that, same with oil. 10 - 15 minutes of cooking will do. I was able to make it easily since I bought cut vegetables in packet and a small pack of coconut paste. Here are the pictures before heating up and after.

ഓണസദ്യ 2008 @ സിംഗപ്പൂര്‍  

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taanks to firosh :)

How to Eat With Chopsticks  

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Chopsticks are the main eating utensil in China, Korea, Taiwan, & Vietnam. Wanna try out ;) here is the steps: 

1. Pick up the first chopstick with the middle finger and thumb.

Stiffen your hand for a firm grip. Have the broad end of the chopstick lay on the part where your thumb and index finger connect. Rest the narrow end on the 
tip of your ring finger, and hold it in place with the tip of your middle finger. (Hint: try holding it the way you hold a pen to write. It might rest on your ring finger or your middle finger, held in place by your index finger. Place the chopstick then lift your index finger so it can hold the second chopstick.)

2.Grip the second chopstick with your index finger.Place your thumb over the second chopstick. Adjust your grip to a more comfortable position. Make sure the narrow tips of the chopsticks are even  with each other  to help prevent them from crossing or being unable to "pinch" the food.





3. Hold it steady. This chopstick should not move when you attempt to pick up food. Alternatively, hold the first chopstick steady and move the second (top) chopstick by moving the tip of your index finger up and down while the thumb remains relatively steady, acting like a pivot point. The top chopstick remains pressed to the index finger from the tip through the first joint. The movement comes from flexing the joint closest to the knuck

le. Straightening your index finger opens the chopsticks and bending it closes them, with perhaps a slight flexing of the thumb to keep the chopsticks lined up with each other. (Note: this alternative is different from the photos in how the top chopstick is held. The movement comes from the top chopstick, not the bottom one, so the top chopstick is held so that it can be moved easily. Use the method that is comfortable for you.)

4. Practice opening and closing the chopsticks.Make sure the broad ends of the chopsticks do not make an "X" as this will make it difficult to pick up food.







5. Pick up food at a good angle (try roughly 45 degrees from the plate); slightly lift it up. If it feels unstable, put it down and try again.


Please vote  

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AMEX (American Express) has offered USD$2.5 million for a Service project that will be chosen among many that people all over have put up on their website...

Please vote for Jharkhand Tribal project.. by clicking below..

Websphere MQ  

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Websphere MQ, formerly known as MQ (message queue) series, is an IBM standard for program-to-program messaging across multiple platforms.

It allows independent and potentially non-concurrent applications on a distributed system to communicate with each other. MQ is available on a large number of platforms (both IBM and non-IBM), including z/OS (mainframe), OS/400 (IBM System i or AS/400), UNIX (AIX, HP-UX, Solaris), HP NonStop, OpenVMS, Linux, and Microsoft Windows.


Making of Pookalam  

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video

Source: http://www.rahularavind.com/greetings/happy_onam.html

I am going to download photoshop and try making my version for this. :D

Malayalam Song എന്തിനിത്ര മിഴിനീരു....  

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video