Archive for September, 2006

Happy Birthday Lata Mangeshkar!


Many Many happy returns of the day to this Living Legend!


Happy Birthday… Google!

8 years of searching and more

Read the story of Google here…


Found this pic while browsing flickr.

It looked so good that I thought of sharing it with everyone. This pic symbolises  heartful mouthful of patriotism :). Still feel that you have space in your heart mouth for India. Check this Pic too.

Rang de … Oscars!


It coloured our minds this Jan! and now will it colour the Oscars! Lets wait n watch!

P.S. : Two Rahman Movie in the Oscar Run this year. Water from Canada and RDB from India.

Google Click to Call

A Smashing new online advertisment initiative from Google.

 Click to Call

When ever you search for anything on google, you come up with ads on your left, from now you would find some ads with a Green Phone Icon. Clicking on it would make you enter your phone number and you would be receiving a call from the advertiser. I am sure this would boost the power of google’s online advertisement services.

Check out Greg Yardley’s Blog  for screenshots and more information.

Or read out Google’s Click to Call FAQs

DLF Cup live on the Internet!

If you are missing out the tri-series like me due to office, then Internet comes here to help us. Thanks to deep for the link.

the link goes here…

 happy viewing! 🙂

Vellai Pookal – Again…

It seems I cannot stop listening to this track… its bacome a part of my life. From last couple of months I’ve been hooked on to it. If you are curious what is so special with this track… here is what some bloggers have to say on  it

“This one song, is the song thats closest to my heart for a lot of reasons… i remember i had gone for one of his shows, and when he sang this on stage, i almost died of joy, i mean its somehting to listen to this on a recorded version and to listen to him live… its the best ever!! the video for this song cudnt have been done any better, Credits to Mani Rathnam for that. The lyrics are out of the world, but this song, i feel has been sung with a lot of emotion. You can feel it. The first time i heard it , i had goose bumps. I couldnt believe that Rahman, had come up with such a slow number for himself. He wasnt into slow songs as yet then, so i kept re listening to this song over and over again… and it made its mark!! I cant write a review for it, cause, i dont deserve to….”

this is what Anupama has to say about this one:

Vellai Pookal (Kannathil Muthamittal)

– My eyes grow misty everytime, and that’s rare! ARR, I bow to thee!

gayathri says this…

“Kuzhanthai vizhikattumae
thaayin katha kathappil
Ulagam vidiyattumae
pillayin sirumugha sirippil

There’s a perfect world for you – a world where every child is secure in his mother’s arms, listening to a lullaby, and a world that wakes up everyday to the sound of children’s laughter.

This gem from Kannathil Muthamittal has been on and off my playlist over the last three years, but today, I can’t seem to stop humming it. And while I still don’t understand all the words, the ones I do leave me deeply moved. There can hardly be a better example for the equation of poetry with beauty.”

looking for a translation?

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On the beach : Thats me on the Virgin Beach, Cannanore, Kerala. Clicked by my friend Jatin.



"Music has no destination. It's endless. Music is the thing that unites people. There's so much of hatred in the world, that I'm just blessed to be a musician." - A R Rahman

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