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on Saturday, July 23, 2011
The Forgotten Word
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Sangeetha is a contemporary Malayalam poet, her Malayalam poem ?The Forgotten Word? portrays the vibes of human mind. The forgotten word, was like a unsatisfied soul? wandered through my mind? my flower scented journeys.. weeps and steps down to start their journey ? when my silence shakes you g...

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on Sunday, July 3, 2011
Sri Padmanabhaswamy ? lord who is literally sleeping on money ? By VK Ravi
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Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple dazzled people when they found that the treasure in secret vaults could easily run a kingdom. Disclaimer:This article does not claim any authenticity on facts or do not intend to comment,criticize or support any religion or practice. Please read this article with an o...

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on Sunday, February 13, 2011
ONV Kavithakal-Bhoomikkoru charamageetham
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O.N.V ? a renowned poet and professor has been honored with India?s prestigious awards including ?Padma Vibhushan ? . This is the fifth stanza of the Malayalam poem Bhoomikkoru Charamageetham by ONV Kurup. ONV is spreading the awareness to human beings that they should protect Mother Nature, who...

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on Saturday, January 22, 2011
Malayalam Kavithakal lyrics ? Little Girl who loved the rain by Vidya
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Vidya?s ?Mazha Nanajoru Baliyam? is about good things we miss from childhood and the attachment children have to nature. The poet concludes her poem with a message to humanity for bringing back good things of life and urges to be more passionate about Mother Nature. This is about a mango tree wh...

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on Saturday, January 22, 2011
Malayalam nature poems- Maza Nanajoru Baliyam by Vidya
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Vidya reminds us that nature is GOD and it is best to give importance to it than manmade systems. Humanity and nature is more important than manmade financial, laws. All gains are irrelevant if, humans gain anything without loving nature because nature is GOD. Read the first stanza of ?Little gi...

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on Sunday, January 16, 2011
Ente Gurunathan ? Stanza Four
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Vallathol fought to the indignities of the caste system in India and his poems carried message society for eradicating racism. This is the third stanza of the Malayalam poem Ente Gurunathan by Vallathol Narayana Menon. As a firm believer of Ahimsa (non violence), he preached and promoted princip...

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on Friday, January 14, 2011
Ente Gurunathan ? Stanza Three
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Influence of Gandhiji is evident in Vallathol?s poems. Mahakavi led a simple life and followed Gandhian principles. This is the third stanza of the Malayalam poem Ente Gurunathan by Vallathol Narayana Menon. The poet stresses that Gandhi is a gem of person and literally depicts that he untouched...

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on Friday, January 14, 2011
Ente Gurunathan ? Stanza Two
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Vallathol Narayana Menon actively participated in Indian Nationalist movement and depicts Gandhi is as his Guru in ?Ente Gurunathan?. This is the second stanza of the Malayalam poem Ente Gurunathan by Vallathol Narayana Menon.The poet depicts the ideology of one world through this poem and belie...

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on Saturday, January 8, 2011
Kavithakal in Malayalam ? Little Girl who loved the rain by Vidya
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Vidya?s Kavithakal in Malayalam depicts intimacy of children with Mother Nature and vice versa. This is the third stanza of Little Girl who loved the rain by Vidya. Like most other poets Vidya too loves nature and have criticised the modern society and the complications it has created. Vidya pai...

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on Thursday, January 6, 2011
Malayalam poem Kumaranasan Veenapoovu
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Kumaranasan?s Veenapoovu is reminder to human beings who prefer worldly pleasures and forget the laws of nature. This is the fifth stanza of Veenapoovu by Kumaranasan. Kumaranasan was a dedicated disciple of Sri Narayana Guru and inspiration of his Guru in evident in his poems. The poem reminds...

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