#TamilTuesdays #Day59of100 Song: Paayum Oli Nee Enakku Poet: Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar Verse: வானமழை நீ யெனக்கு, வண்ணமயில் நானுனக்கு; பானமடி நீ எனக்கு, பாண்டமடி நானுனக்கு; ஞானவொளி வீசுதடி, நங்கைநின்றன் சோதிமுகம்; ஊனமறு நல்லழகே! ஊறுசுவையே! கண்ணம்மா! ~~~~~ Lyrics Courtesy: http://www.tamilvu.org/slet/l9100/l9100pd1.jsp?bookid=145&pno=194 ~~~~~ Transliteration: Vaanamazhai Nee Enakku, Vannamayil Naan Unakku; Baanamadi Nee Enakku, Paandamadi Naan Unakku; Gnana Oli Veesudhadi, Nangai Nindran Jodhimugam; Oonamaru… Continue reading Day 59: Bharathi’s Gnana Oli
#MotivationMondays #Day58of100 Life is a huge cycle of a million little repetitive events being stuck onto a huge collage that shows the same thing in many diverse colours. The excitement comes with the variety, and the variety includes experiences both good and bad. Life is in the lessons, and the learning those offer. Sometimes, my… Continue reading Day 58: Hell Hath No Motivation Like A Woman Scorned!
#Day57of100 #SnapItSundays Caption: There's nothing that can't be discussed over two cups of 'chaa' Location: Gurugram, India ~~~~~ The HPoTD is here!
#SongbirdSaturdays #Day56of100 There are songs that you feel come into your life way later than they should have. The songs you know you would have loved no matter when you heard them first, those you know you would never skip when you hear them. Today’s post is about one such song. A classical number originally… Continue reading Day 56: The Song I Wish Had Come to Me Sooner!
#FictionFridays #Day55of100 ‘It was all for fun when they teased me. I would tell them not to do it, of course, but no one would hear me. I would try to escape, but they would not let me. The toilet seat that now lay cracked and broken has seen me lie on it many a… Continue reading Day 55: The Note of The Albino
#ThrowItOffThursdays #Day54of100 For today’s freestyling post, another famous myth that just irks me every time I think of it. Myth: Mental illnesses are fancy to have Trigger warning: Going to talk about depression, disorders, suicidal thoughts and the romanticising of mental illnesses. A few decades ago, mental illnesses did not exist. But now, they are… Continue reading Day 54: And The Pendulum Swung
#WordyWednesdays #Day53of100 Note: This is a Children's Day special poem. Been a while, since the last time I celebrated this. ~~~~~ Like a child, they tell me Dance, laugh and sing Don't take things to heart Try not to scrape your knees The worst that can happen to me Is something I'd now gladly trade Not… Continue reading Day 53: (Not) Like A Child
#TamilTuesdays #Day52of100 Song: Suttum Vizhi Sudar Thaan Poet: Mahakavi Subramania Bharathiyar Verse: சாத்திரம் பேசுகிறாய் கண்ணம்மா சாத்திரம் ஏதுக்கடீ ஆத்திரம் கொண்டவர்க்கே கண்ணம்மா சாத்திரமுண்டோடீ மூத்தவர் சம்மதியில் வதுவை முறைகள் பின்பு செய்வோம் காத்திருப்பேனோடீ இது பார் கன்னத்து முத்தமொன்று ~~~~~ Lyrics Courtesy: http://thoughtrickles.blogspot.com/2010/03/suttum-vizhi-chudar-thaan.html ~~~~~ Transliteration: Saathiram Pesugiraai Kannamma Saathiram Edhukkadi Aathiram Kondavarke Kannamma Saathiram Undodi? Moothavar Sammadhiyil Vadhuvai Muraigal Pinbu Seivom Kaathiruppenodi… Continue reading Day 52: Bharathi’s Sudar Oli
#MotivationMondays #Day51of100 Motivation is in keeping oneself busy. This past week has been one of busy happenings – the sensation of doing everything and gaining nothing. But as the new Monday sets in, a week packed with work looms ahead. There are projects that were completed and waiting to go out into the world, there… Continue reading Day 51: On ‘Busy’ness And Work
#SnapItSundays #Day50of100 Caption: For the first time, a woman is taller, brighter and more noticable beside her man! Location: Gurugram, India Picture Courtesy: Aditti Gaur The Happy Post of the day is here.