Katha Kali-an over view

Kathakali: the Classical Dance of God's Own Country

Kathakali, literally means `story-play', is a dance-drama originated in the 17th century in Kerala, one of the smallest and most beautiful states in India lying on the west coast of the Indian peninsula. It was given its present form by Mahakavi Vallathol Narayan Menon, who was the founder of the Kerala Kala Mandalam. Elements of music, dance , painting, poetry and drama beautyfuly blended in a unique way to make this art form stand out amongst other classical dance forms. Kathakali has evolved from classical dance forms such as Koodiyattam and also imbibed elements of several folk art forms that existed in Kerala. The many aspects of traditional rituals and ceremonies that Kathakali picked up on its evolutionary course from various folk arts, has since then become its integral part. Kathakali is known for its large, elaborate makeup and costumes. Characters with vividly painted faces and elaborate costumes re-enact stories from the Hindu epics, Mahabharata and Ramayana. The elaborate costumes of Kathakali have become the most recognised icon for Kerala

The Best Moments in Life

1. Falling in love.
2. Watching the sunset.
3. Laughing at yourself.
4. Laughing without a reason.
5. Laughing till your stomach hurts.
6. Enjoying a ride down the country side.
7. Seeing the one you love happy.
8. Being a part of an interesting conversation.
9. Finding some money in some old pants.
10. Receiving or giving your first kiss.
11. Having a great time with your friends.
12. Sharing a wonderful dinner with best friends.

Let it be a lesson for the Mobilemaniacs

See what a cell (mobile) can doMobile Cooking: Cook an Egg with Mobile Phones

I am introducing a novel method for cocking Egg using your mobile phone. The method is so simple and it will take only few minutes. I am reafering this as online moble cooking of Egg. Yes, it is right you can cook with your mobile phone, its funny and interesting!

Akshardham Temple, New Delhi

Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, New Delhi

The Video Clip, a compleate introduction

The Basic Informations

When I was in Indin Istitute of Technology, New Delhi (IITD), with more than ample time to spare and running out of places to visit, I decided to include the much talked about, newest attraction of Delhi. With this is mind, hoped into an auto after taking a metro ride to Connaught Place, and it faithfully landed me right at the doorstep of the huge 'Temple Premises' (Working in Hitech City this is the easiest similie that came to my mind, need not be the best or the most appropriate). The Temple compound was almost immeasurably huge spread over 100 acres, much larger than the Infosys People Factories constructed across the country.

Infosys' Chairman and Chief Mentor Officer (CMO) - Mr.Narayana Murthy's Speech on Late Sitting

I know people who work 12 hours a day, six days a week, or more. Some people do so because of a work emergency where the long hours are only temporary. Other people I know have put in these hours for years. I don't know if they are working all these hours, but I do know they are in the office this long. Others put in long office hours because they are addicted to the workplace. Whatever the reason for putting in overtime, working long hours over the long term is harmful to the person and to the organization .