Things Never get bored in Life – No:2 – C46

2.Rain

how many of you really like to drench yourself in rain ?? Of course , I m not talking about a Cyclone here 🙂 , During our school days , every one would have this fun for sure at-least once .. There is a belief system in India, Rain is a Blessing and Summer( Hotter days ) are considered as Curse. Watching a normal pace rain in a rainy season never bored for me !!! .

An another interesting belief is also connected to rain, if you start any new works or planning to go some where, if it rains, then it is positive sign and the result is going to be positive 🙂 , I don’t know nor care whether it is True or it is  Fake belief, but I like it … as it is a positive sign connected to rain, why not take it 🙂 lol 🙂 .

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P.S. Picture source – Google Images

Any guess guys, what would be number 1 ???

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Things Never get bored in Life – No:3 – C45

Greetings all, Today wanted to discuss on few interesting things that doesn’t get bored in our life . I had chosen 3 things that doesn’t get bored , each person has different opinion about this, Please do update your favorite things that doesn’t get bored in the comment section below. 

3. Travel 

Travel doesn’t just captures memories as it additionally encourages us a considerable measure with each time you explore. When you explore, we have a tendency to learn distinctive things – network, individuals, places, atmosphere, nourishment, culture and so many .. every time you travel, I m beyond any doubt we would encounter something new that we haven’t encountered before. It revives our vitality and brain, and lift yourself to push forward when things don’t work for us !!!! 

There is a Saying ” Travel Makes you Genius “

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In my travel experience , many interesting and fun moments have been captured . I also shared many interesting stories here. Among them, I would say,  the most adventurous and memorable trip which I have ever had in my life so far would be  ” Amarnath “. I thought it would be sure an Adventurous trip, but it surpassed my expectation and kept more adventure on its way in such a way that I didn’t had any choices other than to face and overcome it. 🙂

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What makes our life 100 % – C44

Sometimes , it may look funny , how simple things teaches us a very big lesson in our life

What makes our life 100 % , Is any one thought about it…

Lets look at it with a Simple Math here and see how the reality is Surprising here !!!!!!!!

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What is our day to day need for life (now a days) ? Money  !!!, Lets check it out where it stands !!!!!!!

 1. Money

M+O+N+E+Y ==> 13+15 + 14+ 5+25  = 72 , only 72 !!! not even distinction 😦

OK, Lets check an another quality , Leadership

2. Leadership

L+E+A+D+E+R+S+H+I+P ==> 12+5+1+4+5+18+19+9+16 = 89 , Much better , but didn’t reach the 90 Mark 🙂 

Lets check an another quality that is needed for everyone to think in a right direction

3. Knowledge

K+N+O+W+L+E+D+G+E ==> 11+14+15+23+ 12+5+4+7+5 = 96 , Getting closer , but didn’t reach that 100 mark yet

Ok, lets check what is really required to sustain in a long run in life

4. Hardwork

H+A+R+D+W+O+R+K ==> 8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11 == 98, Excellent, it is almost close to 100, but still one quality is required to make it 100 , what is it

Any guess ????

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Yes, It is no other than our ATTITUDE..

Lets see the Math for Attitude and it is Magically reached 100 %

A+T+T+I+T+U+D+E  = 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5  == 100

It is clearly evident that , the reality of life clearly teaches us it is our Attitude that makes our life 100% and not other qualities.

 

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Rameshwaram – Pictures Taken in the Year 2016 – P10

Here is the final post of Rameshwaram with the pictures taken in 2016. 

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To conclude, Rameshwaram is the place with a lot of history and stories connected mostly on Ramayanam. I was really amazed to see the “floating stone” history in a Hanuman Temple. In this temple you get to see the “floating stone” and how amazingly it is floating inspite of its Weight.. I was really Surprised !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here is the picture from the Google on the floating Stone !!!

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It will be interesting to see the facts exists in this place that will really make you believe that Ramayana is not a Story anymore !!!!!!!!!

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Rameshwaram – Dhanushkodi(Pictures taken in the Year 2016) – P8

Greetings all, We didn’t visited Dhanushkodi this time as our prime Interest is to visit Arichal Munai , also we don’t have much time to cover both the places.But we do explored Dhanushkodi in 2016. I would like to share those pictures as well.

All these pictures taken in 2016 – Left overs after the Disaster

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Rameshwaram – Uthirakosamangai Maragatha Natarajar ( Emerald Statue) & Thirupullani Perumal Temple – P7

Uthirakosamangai – 

Uthirakosamangai Mangalanatha swamy temple is a Shaiva temple situated near Ramanathapuram in the Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu. The temple is believed to be built by the Pandya kings, Achutappa Nayak (1529–1542 BCE.), Muthuveerappar and other kings of Ramanthapuram at various times. The temple has been glorified by the hymns of 9th-century saint Manickavasagar and 15th-century saint Arunagirinathar.

The temple is considered sacred along the lines of Ramanathapuram, Sethu Madhava Theertham and Lakshmana Theertham.

The temple has numerous shrines, with those of Mangalanathar, Mangalambigai and Natarajar being the most prominent. The temple houses a 6 ft (1.8 m) tall ancient maragatha Nataraja idol carved out of emerald, being the one of its kind. The temple has six daily rituals at various times from 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and six yearly festivals on its calendar.

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Thirupullani Perumal Temple – 

The Adi Jagannatha Temple is a South Indian Hindu temple in Thiruppullani, a village in the outskirts of Ramanathapuram in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th–9th centuries CE. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Adi Jagannatha and his consort Lakshmi as Padmasini.

The temple is believed to have been built during the late 8th century CE, with later contributions from Medieval Cholas, later Pandyas, Sethupathi Kings of Ramnad. As per Hindu legend, Rama is believed to have done penance to worship the god of ocean to seek way to Lanka in grass, giving the name Dharbasayanam to the place.

childless couple perform a worship called nagapradishta (installing a statue of snake god) in the temple. Sweet pudding is offered to childless couple praying for a child. It is believed that Adi Jaganatha bestows a child like Rama when such a worship is performed.

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Rameshwaram – Arichal Munai & Dhanushkodi – P6

Arichal Munai & Dhanushkodi –

Dhanushkodi is an abandoned town at the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island of the state of Tamil Nadu It is situated to the South-East of Pamban and is about 18 miles (29 km) west of Talaimannar in Sri Lanka. The town was destroyed during the 1964 Rameswaram cyclone and remains uninhabited in the aftermath.

Dhanushkodi is located on the tip of Pamban island separated by mainland by Palk Strait. It shares the only land border between India and Sri Lanka, which is one of the smallest in the world at 45 metres (148 ft) in length on a shoal in the Palk Strait.

Dhanushkodi Beach lies on the tip of the Rameswaram island. In this beach, the Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean merge which is known as Arichal Munai in Tamil Before 1964, Dhanushkodi was a busy city with lots of crowds. The Dhanushkodi Beach attracted thousands of tourists each day.

In 1964, Dhanushkodi was hit by a cyclone and was almost destroyed by it. It is considered a ghost town, as the place became uninhabitable. Tourists still visit Dhanushkodi Beach in large numbers. The main attractions of the beach are Ram sethu view point and the Adam’s Bridge, which was said to be constructed by the army of monkeys for Lord Rama according to Hindu Legend. The Dhanushkodi beach is said to be not safe for those who cannot swim as the surf is above twelve feet at certain points.

 

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Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean – Indian Ocean seems to be violent where as Bay of Bengal is very quiet in this region !!, I mean, the waves 🙂

 

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Rameshwaram – Devipattinam – P5

Devipattinam – 

Devipattinam derives its name from the temple dedicated to Devi built at the spot where she is said to have killed the demon Mahishasura. It is said that Lord Rama calmed the sea at this coastal village to install nine stones representing the Navagrahas, hence the name Navabashanam. These stones can still be seen, partly submerged in the water close to the beach near a bathing place of the Thilakeshwar Temple or the Navagraha Temple. Navagraha stones are located in the sea, at a distance of about 100 meters from the sea shore. These can be seen in morning when the tides of the sea are low; however in evenings when the tides are high most of the navagraha stone lie submerged in the water.

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