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Albert Einstein was both very intelligent and very wise. He is also quite famous for several things, including his: formula E = MC2 frizzy long white hair affair w/Marilyn Monroe Blondes in America, it seems, did have more fun (than some non-blondes). Despite the profundity of EInstein’s prolific writings and discoveries in the cerebral domain of theoretical physics (he’s […]

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Tagore: in Response

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In response to the writings of RabindraNath Tagore, Dr. S. Parui offers… imagery. Enjoy. (Image: R. Carlén/SORS Paris) Dr. Suvro Parui, former Chair, Institute of Asian Studies and Professor of Chinese Studies, Amity University, Gurgaon is a recognized authority on India’s esteemed poet and thought leader RabindraNath Tagore (1861–1941).

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Language – the Vedanga

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(Second in my Language Series) Here’s my ‘quick look’ at the Six Vedanga: they formed an ancient language science (from which modern Indo-European languages and rules evolved). Vedanga (n., pl.|Sanskrit: वेदाङ्ग vedāṅga, “limbs of the Veda”).

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Arrant Moodiness Feeds Egomania

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I have somehow become convinced that it’s okay to ignore some fans I love when, like a petulant child, I may not get my way at all times on my own schedule. I sorry. I will do better. This post was much longer. I took the moody part out, now it’s not so long. We’ll see […]

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Patience Pays

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Every year around this time Monsoon arrives. While it has been known to “come in like gangbusters” and inundate roads and neighborhoods (and more-importantly, farms, homes, schools, businesses and gardens) with abundant rains, one seldom knows precisely when the rains will arrive. This year it seemed for a minute that the Monsoon would never reach […]

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A Touch of Class

Some of the greatest joys in life reach at unexpected moments adding to recognition by those we admire. God knows I admire Sonuji! He is such a hopeful light in the world. When Sonu Nigam smiles with his eyes and a silent “Acha!“ (as he gave to Aditi Singh Sharma above) be assured that you did something exceptionally well! Life is good. This was […]

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Arijit with Orchestra

This is video coverage of a great July 2015 concert in Mumbai. Maybe some day I will have a concert like this one!

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Harmonicity – Synchronicity of Singers?

By the way, this post blew up my web browser repeatedly while this was prepared by my web team; my longest post to date is LOADED with information, lol. As “the Internet changes everything,” the so-called commercial music industry is also undergoing a rapid evolution around the planet. I see and hear a number of […]

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