Friday, April 20, 2012

Garuda Puranam

Garuda Purana is one of the great puranas of India. This scripture contains details of the various punishments given to a person after death for the sins committed in life. These include Khumbipakam (burned in oil) and Kirimibhojanam (given as prey to leeches). The scripture describes about 24 types of death. Some western scholars see this script as analogous to the judgement day of Christianity

ANT
HAKUUBAM
Those who murder pious people and those who cheat divine ones will be sent here. This place is a well filled with dangerous animals, insects, birds & snakes. These creatures will endlessly torture the sinners till their sentence is over.

KIRUMIBOHJANAM
Those who eat food without offering to God will take the form of worms and other worms at this place will bite them

SUNMAALI
Those who flirt will be poked with spiked weapons

PARIBAATHANAM
The drunkards will be sent here. They will be given boiling iron liquid to drink

PANDRI MUGAM
Those rulers/kings who sentence others unjustly and those who torture the weak old people will be sent here. This place looks like a pig's face. Here the keepers of hell will break the sinner's arms and legs. Their bodies will be squeezed in between rollers like sugar cane. At such moment, the sinners will faint without realizing it.

VAJRA GOONDAM
Those who have illegal affairs will be forced to hug burning rods while being whipped.

THAAMISRUM
Those who steal other's wife, property or children will be terribly beaten up by the keepers of hell. The continuous torture will make them semi-conscious, overcome by greater fear and tremendous pain.

ANNATHA THAMISRUM
Those who deceive their life partners by not offering them food, will be tortured here till they look like a lifeless tree. They are made blind for their sins.

RAURAVAM
Those who take away other's property by their cunning speech and those who destroy other families for their own happiness will die as pauper. In hell, those affected by him will take a cruel form then a poisonous snake to punish him. Such sinners will be held in Maha Rauravam till their sentence ends.

KUMBIBAAGAM
Those who do cruelty to birds and animals and those who eat their meat will be pushed into a pot of boiling oil. They will be in it for countless years.

KALASUTHIRAM
Those who chase their parents away will be brought here. This is a place of fire and tremendous heat. Sinners will suffer internally and externally. They will not be given food or water. At such stage, they will be walking, standing and rolling on the floor with great pain.

ASIBATHIRAM
Those who convert to other religions without a good reason will be brought into this forest with sharp knife like leaves. They will be beaten with sharp edge belts. Those running away from them will suffer more cuts from such leaves and stones. Moreover, they will be cut into pieces continuously till their sentence ends.

SAARAMEHYAATHANAM
Those who burned down houses or poison others, those who do mass murders and politicians who destroy countries will be held here. They will be fed on dog meat and in return more than 700 dogs will bite them before they are freed.

AHVISI
top of high place or hill to be pushed down. The hard surface/ground will shatter their bodies into pieces. The hell keepers will gather the bodies together to repeat such punishment again.

SHAARARGARTHAM
Those who disregard other qualified ones or holy ones and those who boasts about themselves while insulting other capable people will brought here. They will be hanged up side down, beaten and tortured by the keepers.

RASHOHGANAM
Those who do human or animal sacrifices in Yagna and those who eat their meat will be brought here. Those killers will be turned to animals and those animals or others killed by them will take human forms. They will tear them apart and eat up their flesh and drink their blood.

SUULAPUROHTHAM
Those who cheat the innocents who trusted them and those who commit suicide by hanging or piercing the trident into their body will be brought here. Tridents and birds with sharp beaks, will pierce them as punishment.

THANTHASUUGAM
This place is infested by poisonous and scary five or seven headed creatures. Those who are brought here will be eaten by them.

VADAAROHTHAM
Those who torture animals or other creatures staying in caves, valleys and webs will be sent here. They will be placed in smoky pits, fire pits and punished by poison.

PARYAAVAATHANAGAM
Those who murmur to themselves by cursing their superiors while having their meals will be sent here. Crows and eagles will poke such sinner's eyes till their eyeball drop off.

SUSIMUGAM
Those who become arrogant about their wealth, those who show hatred to the poor, those who bury or protect their wealth with 'genies' guarding it and those who refuse to return the money borrowed from others will be brought here. Such sinners will be tied with ropes and their bodies will be cut into pieces.

AGNI GOODAM
Those who take away others' things by force will be sent to this chimney like place to be barbecued continuously.


VAITHARANI
Those who offend the 'shastraas' will be pushed into the river filled with blood, pus, flesh, fats, hairs, bones, urine and bowels. They will be bitten till they bleed by the creatures dwelling in it. The sinners will struggle helplessly unable to reach the shore.

POOYOHTHAM
Those who neglect their culture, those who have illicit affairs with low Status women, those who misbehave without self-discipline and those who neglect the right way of living so as to live like free birds or animals will be brought here to eat bowels and to drink blood, urine and pus.

PRINAROHGAM
Those who rear dogs and donkeys and use them for hunting will become targets for arrows shot by the keepers.

VISASNUM
The keepers will whip those who sacrifice cows for the sake of pride.

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Monday, December 12, 2011

Why this kudiveri di


As everyone have been caught with the #Kolaveri fever, I decided to make one on my own (lyrics only), this is purely imagination and does not reflect any living or dead drunkards. My version of Kolaveri is called as Why this kudiveri-di. Here it goes. All copyrights are reserved to me alone, so don't steal however you can repost directing a link to my blog (credited)

yo boys, i am sing song
glass song, drink song
why this kudiveri kudiveri di x2
rhythm correct.. maintain please
distance leh bar-eh bar-eh
bar-eh iniki close-eh
tanni adicha tight-uh tight-uh
kalle color-ru white-uh,
matthe beer-ru white-uh white-uh
stout color-ru black-ku

why this kudiveri kudiveri di x2

after drinking dont find girl-uh
again, stout color-ru black-uh
ice-uh ice-uh mix-xe panne
light ah podu, eyes dark-ku

why this kudiveri kudiveri di x2

mama cup eduthuko apediye snacks eduthuko,
paapaaa paappaan pappaa...
seriya uthe...

super mama, ready
ready one two three cheers-su

now alcohol change, liquor please...

kaileh glass-su ... eh only english
hand-leh glass-su, glass-leh grants-se
ice-uh fulla habis-se
empty glass-uh, aunty come-uh
pour carlsberg beer-ru
kow-we kow-we semme kow-we
coke-ku mix pannati kow-we
love-uh love-uh we love kalle
fresh-ah i want it here now-wu

3 for 10 brickfields got-tu
sooo happy now-wu
this-se song for kudikara boy-su
you dont-te have-eh choice-uh

ohh..why this kudiveri kudiveri di {repeat till end}

drunk song

Friday, December 2, 2011

Mayakam Enna - Facts Not a Review



This time I am not going to write lengthy review or long points to ponder. I am going to make this very simple and straight forward; before I could start firstly I would like to thank Selvaraghavan and Dhanush for giving us such ahead of time movie.

Facts about Mayakam Enna:
  • This movie is not about photography or camera or even lenses, so all you photographers don’t get excited
  • This movie is about courage and struggle towards achieving your dream
  • Yamini is everyone’s dream wife/girl!!
  • The movie defines the actual meaning of the line “behind every successful man there is a woman” – indeed!
  • We don’t need music or BGM as there are parts where there is total silence with no dialogue. For me that portrays how a human mind can be so defeated by surroundings
  • If you watch closely, Yamini is always serious and stern, sometimes cold too. That explains well towards the end because she is THE IRON LADY.
  • Richa is excellent for a first timer and if you would have laughed at the part where she was trying to scrub off the blood off the floor, then God save you. You just missed the whole idea of the movie and its message
  • We, guys have been in Karthick – Sundar – Yamini triangle before (trust me)
  • Yamini is a very practical person.
  • Guys should learn a lesson, when a girl needs a shoulder to cry, she ONLY needs your shoulder so don’t take advantage on the situation
  • Yamini does not talk to Karthick from the time of abortion until the end of the movie(this is a spoiler mind it)
  • You will know the BGM is out of this world when you don’t realize there is a BGM
  • This movie is not hero based, it’s about the girl who is there for a man during his up’s and down’s and a woman call WIFE
  • In everyone of us, there is karthick swaminathan
  • As a photographer, you can use the best camera (5D in this movie) and may have the best lens, but that does not make you the best photographer. It’s the eye of creativity and the way that you look at your subject.
  • When someone says you are failure, prove the person is wrong
  • Not all your friends are your friends, at times best friends can be your closest enemy
  • Alcohol solves friendship issues
  • Alcohol fu** up your love relationship

Don’t expect masala or unexpected twist in this movie, it’s a matured movie catered for matured crowd.
So there it goes, all the points that I manage to gather and realize by watching the movie. Of course comparable to 7G Rainbow Colony and Kathal Konden, this is not up to that par. Nevertheless, Mayakam Enna is such a straight from the heart and into your heart kind of movie. You must watch this in the theaters and to those who download or even pirated DVD’s; I hope you rot in hell.



Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Short film edupoma?

Kuppan: Machi, oru short film seivoma?

Suppan: Yenda thidirne inthe aasei unake. Nalla thaane irunthe.

Kuppan: Illeda, ippe nee paare, naayi poonai ellam short film seyithe. Athaa nambalum onnum seiyalemnethaa

Suppan: Macha padam edukerethe na summava. Kathe venum, artist venum, camera venum atheke mele budget venum

Kuppan: ade nee vere. Ippe malaysia padam ellam enna periya budget vetchikitta seyirayinge? Oru hdv illati dslr, aporo konje nadike therinja pothum. padam edutheranunge.

Suppan: nee yethe vetchi apidi solere. malaysia padam nallathaane iruke.

Kuppan: Ennada nalla iruke?avuna gangster, illati love story aporo athe moonjingethaa irukenge. nalla nadikerethenge nalla director ellathekum chance kadeikathe.

Suppan: macha unnode katheiyileh confident iruntha pothumda. mathavane kande yen yosikiren. freeya vudu machi

Kuppan: seri, namme short film vanthe cameron, aporo penang leh edupo. bcoz hero vanthe penang leh ulleven okwa. aporo song onne iruke, artist onne featuring seyivom, camera perchene ille rental edukelam, aporo track venum plus lighting irukenum. aporo macha boom mike venumda. live recording thaa joka irukum, real ah irukum
(continued)
aporo macha, makeup seiyeretheke aale thedenum. heroin ore girl irukelar, facebook leh paathen, ok jokathaa iruke aana nadike therriyuma ne theriyileh.

Suppan: nadike theriyati epidida. kasthem macha, character set aagathe

Kuppan: aaama kiliche, ippe mattum namme heroine ellam enna nallava nadikitinge.

Suppan: seri katheye mothe solle.

Kuppan: naleki thaa macha eluthe start panenum aporo scripting mudinjichina ellam mudinjichi.

Suppan: dey ma***, kathe illame thaa nee ivelo pesereya? neenge kadasiyileh oosi pona udang kueh thaanda.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Kismes Lau Staari

Kuppan: Macha iniki kismes eve macha...tanniye poduvoma?

Suppan: Venam macha. Kaase ille, sambalo podeleh da

Kuppan: Perchene ille da, chakkene ennode girl ke call panere ippeh. lek panne.

Girl: Hello da, yenge yang iruke?

Kuppan: Puchong leh da, kutali bike leh uluntheta, kilnik pono, sen ille.

Girl: Amavada?Rumbe adiya avereke? Eveloh venum da sayang

Kuppan: ore 100 velli varum da. ok va unake?

Girl: Dey p*****, neenge rendu pero thanni adikethaane kase kekeringe, theriyumda enake.

kaase illame enna m***ke thanni? Naayi muthirethe kudike vendiyathe thaane..

Suppan: Enna machi kathe?

Kuppan: Girl thungirichi machi. New year eve ke poduvo,kya.

Suppan: k..k..lek panne.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

31 DAYS

Day 2

As continued, pre-planning is very important despite if its at early stage or final stage. Based on my experience, getting a venue for the reception dinner is a big task. Start scouting early, start locating few places. You got to make sure that the deposit is ready so that when you find the best place immediately book the place.
We had tough time getting a venue which we ended up in Selayang. Its like on the other end of KL from my place and her place as well yet we had no choice. There are many places you can check out but initially you have to set the number of guest that you are going to invite.

Its all about budget, you may book a normal badminton hall which will only cost around RM500 up to RM3000 but you have to take into count how you are going to setup the place. Your decoration and lighting will transform the place and that will happen if your budget permits. Nowadays easily a good decoration is nothing less than RM10,000. Of course you can find someone cheaper but will it suit your taste and your theme. If you are looking at setting up the place with a theme such as Arabian theme, black and white, Rajashtan theme etc there are very few decorators in town who can do such deco works. Put in your mind that the cost can go sky high unless if you really have a budget. Like mine, my hall is good enough that I do not need to deco, all I have to do is just some deco at the entrance and some stage background and that's it. Mine decorators will be Resh Events Management (suresh) and I know they can do wonders.

During the process of scouting for decorators, we met some companies which they charge to the most ridiculous price you can never imagine. When you question them why, they will come up with all the technical terms that it will sound Greek to you. You as the customer have all the rights to question them on their quality of product and justification for their price. In order to do this, you have to do some research about them too. The one that we met, charged is around RM8,000 for something that can be done within half the price, educating us on the decorations and we rejected the offer they sounded abit rude too but that's okay. I'm sure I am not on the losing side.

Do you research, ask around, collect name cards of decorators especially when you attend any of your friends, neighbors, relatives wedding or their dinner reception, look closely for few things that might interest you.

Here are some tips on identifying good, quality decorators:

- Touch the cloth that they setup on that day. It can be either silk,satin, jersey material or some cheapskate cloth

- Check and see if they use fake flowers or real flowers

- Take note on the color combination i.e are they using different type of combination for instance gold and black, baby pink and off white, navy blue, magenta etc etc. The typical colors of course will be off white and maroon or white and gold.

- You can also check out how they setup the main table (sometimes the caterers will do it for you)

- Check if they sealed the carpet properly, is there any wires hanging around, check if they are using strong frames

- Get the number and meet them personally. Talk to them, from there you will realize if they have good interpersonal skills. This is very important as they are the one who is going to deal with you until the last day of your event.

- Are they able to answer all your questions and are they punctual

After meeting up, you can always ask them when is their next event so that you can drop by to have a look. Its very important to know on what time do they start the setup on the actual day.

So at this point, you have should have booked the hall and start searching for good decorators who worth the money that you are going to pay. Remember they dont have to big or long in the industry, they just have to be disciplined and creative.

Rujjcoomarh.

31 DAYS

Day 1:

A common question to be asked to a common teenager who have reached late of his twenties is "Are you ready to get married?". I was in an ignorant state thinking I'm way longer to be asked with that question, however without me realizing I am currently at one.

Starting from today 27th September, I have 31 days to the end of my bachelorhood and beginning of the third stage of my life as a married man. Quoting on what Baasha Bai has said
"muthal yetil aadathethu vilayadathethu alle, nee rendam yetil perathethe kalviyum alle
moondram yetil seyathethe thirumanam alle, nee naalam yetil perathethe kolentheyum alle"

Yes what you read is right, I am getting married on the 27th October. Am I scared or nervous, or am I happy or sad? One cant really define the feeling as for all of it are mixed up. Such a mixed feeling. But I know at the corner of my heart, I am extremely excited and happy to think that I am actually going to spend my life after this with my beloved girl, the love in my heart and the love of my life. All these years me being with her have completed me and matured me, changed the way I looked at the world.

First thing you need to do before you plan for your wedding, you need to know your budget. How much are you willing to spend for your wedding. Is your wedding expenses going to be shared by you or your parents OR your spouse or his/her parents, putting aside all those customs and religious statements. Decide on the budget, this will help you to plan your wedding tremendously. You may also have an idea such as splitting the event for instance like how we are doing it. My wedding will be held on a different date and day, early morning hours. Followed by the dinner reception on the same weekend. By doing this, I am able to invite only my relatives and my closest friends and the people whom we would love to have them in our wedding. According to your preference, its in your hands to limit the crowd. It can be from 50 people up to 200 people, but try not to go more than that.

When you plan as such, you will have less expenses for your wedding, less crowd, more manageable, early morning wedding will just finish with breakfast so your food catering expenses wont fly high to the sky. The rest of your invitees can attend your dinner reception. In my case, I have estimated about 1000 pax to attend my wedding. Of course these ideas may not work our if you are planning for garden wedding, conceptual wedding, theme wedding, beach wedding, underwater wedding, cruise wedding and the list goes on. This more applies to typical Indian temple wedding and a dinner reception to cater for larger crowd.

Once you have fixed your budget, start checking on the best date (suba muhurtham - in tamil) to have your wedding. Of course if you plan to have your wedding and the dinner on the same event, weekends would be the best. Some priest from some temple will tell you you cant have wedding on a Sunday or Saturday, but even in that 2 days there will be a good day. What I am sharing with you is how me and my sweetheart planned for our wedding. Doesn't mean that you have to follow this 100%, just like an idea sharing.

Hindu calendar changes every 6 months if I'm not mistaken, they call it the Vazharpirai and Theipirai. Some people follows exactly to that some don't, its up to the individuals. So lets say you got a perfect date for your wedding and everyone is happy on the date, the next thing you need to do is fix the wedding dinner reception date. In my case, my wedding is on 27th and dinner reception is on that following Saturday. Once the dinner reception date is fixed, this is when the adventure starts.

Rujjcoomarh