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EXPERIENCING STORMS
Dinesh Vora
In the past several months, powerful storms have wreaked havoc in many places, torrential rains in central Europe and parts of China, tornadoes in Australia, Montana and the American Midwest, and strong thunderstorms across the northeast. Now, as Tropical Storm Bonnie makes landfall in Florida and heads into the Gulf of Mexico, oil cleanup is being suspended, and the final “kill” operation is delayed for at least one more week. These storms have been destructive and deadly, but beautiful and awe-inspiring at the same time. Collected here are a handful of photographs of stormy skies, lightning strikes and storm damage from the past several months.
Fun & Info @ Keralites.netA large storm cell moves over farmland between the towns of Ross and Stanley, North Dakota on Monday July 12, 2010. A tornado was reported to have touched down for a few minutes from the cell.


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Lightning flashes across the sky over Maquoketa, Iowa Friday June 18, 2010.


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Lightning streams across the sky towards downtown Chicago, on Wednesday, June 23, 2010.


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Storm clouds clear over Cook Inlet about 27 miles southeast of Anchorage, Alaska on Monday, July 5, 2010. The photo was taken around 9:48 pm Alaska Daylight Savings Time with the sun still high on the horizon.


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Severe thunderstorms moved through the bluegrass region of Kentucky late Monday, July 19, 2010. This lightning strike was captured near Maysville, Kentucky.


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A farmer works in a field southwest of WaKeeney, Kansas with ominous clouds looming overhead on Sunday, June 20, 2010. Severe weather battered parts of northwest Kansas with heavy rain, wind, hail and isolated tornadoes.


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Chris Dickey of Commerce city police department holds golf-ball-sized hailstones on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 in Commerce City, Colorado. Thunderstorms swept along the Front Range and eastern Colorado plains on Wednesday with several reports of tornadoes and strong winds that demolished a barn.


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This photo provided by Harry Gillway, the Kimball County Sheriff, shows hail damage to the rear window of a car in Kimball, Nebraska on Monday, May 24, 2010. Storms dumped heavy rain and hail on Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.


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Storm clouds gather over the skyline of Bangkok, Thailand on July 22, 2010.


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Lightning strikes Bangkok, Thailand on May 24, 2010.


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A funnel cloud forms near Grand Forks International Airport Thursday afternoon June 17, 2010. A number of tornadoes were reported in the northern Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota into the evening Thursday.


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Debris flies through the air as a freak tornado tears through the coastal town of Lennox Head, Australia on June 3, 2010. The storm leveled 12 homes and damaged another 30, with twisting winds carving out a 300 meter-wide path of destruction, injuring six people and leaving thousands without power.


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An aerial view of Wadena, Minnesota, seen on Friday June 18, 2010 shows homes destroyed after tornadoes ripped through the area Thursday night.


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Debris lies scattered along Main Street in Millbury, Ohio, Sunday, June 6, 2010. Authorities say tornadoes and thunderstorms that swept through the Midwest overnight killed a number of people in Ohio, destroyed 50 homes and damaged a high school gymnasium where graduation was to be held Sunday.


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Lightning strikes in Poyang county in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province on July 20, 2010. Much of China has been suffering flooding and landslides after weeks of torrential downpours. At least 146 people have died since the start of this month, as a result of the rains, and another 40 are missing.


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A large funnel cloud touches down west of Albert Lea, Minnesota, early evening Thursday, June 16, 2010. Several tornadoes were reported in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa Thursday evening, some causing major damage.


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Lightning lights up the night sky of Roswell, New Mexico as a thunderstorm passes through town on July 14, 2010.


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Main Street Casino staff members watch a second thunderstorm approach after they just survived a tornado in Billings, Montana on Sunday, June 20, 2010. Buildings were heavily damaged after a tornado touched down near the corner of Main Street and Lake Elmo Drive.


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A child’s bicycle is shown, impaled into the side of a home after a tornado hit part of Millbury, Ohio on Sunday, June 6, 2010.


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Darlene Sheehy collects items from her kitchen, Monday, June 7, 2010, after a tornado destroyed her home in Millbury, Ohio.


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Lightning strikes west of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario on Wednesday, May 26, 2010.


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Waves batter a merchant vessel stranded along the coast during a heavy storm in Valparaiso City, Chile, 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago on July 6, 2010.


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Lightning strikes near the Hilton Hotel during a storm in Mexico city May 23, 2010.


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A storm rolls in above New York City at sunset on June 17th, 2010.


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Multiple lightning strikes above New York City during a storm on on May 2nd, 2010. Photo taken from West New York, New Jersey, looking across the Hudson River.


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A severe thunderstorm with a rotating wall cloud is seen over Texas County, Oklahoma near the community of Eva, Oklahoma on Monday, May 31, 2010.


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Paul Verheyen looks over the damage to his house caused by a severe storm and possible tornado in Leamington, Ontario on Sunday, June 6, 2010. Verheyen and his family were luckily not home during the storm. The tree that crashed through the house landed on his son’s bed. (


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Volunteer workers remove items from a field, Monday, June 7, 2010, after a tornado destroyed at least 50 homes in Millbury, Ohio.


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Lightning strikes the Antelope Valley near Pearblossom, California on Thursday, July 15, 2010. Southern California faces more ferocious heat coupled to the threat of thunderstorms and lightning strikes that could ignite more desert wildfires.


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Clouds form a tropical storm over Havana, Cuba on July 2, 2010.


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A flash of lightning illuminates the sky over the 2,500-year-old Ancient Parthenon temple, at the Acropolis hill during a heavy rainfall in Athens, Greece early on Monday, June 28, 2010.


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image of a large thunderstorm made up of two photographs taken in sequence from the International Space Station above Malaysia in December of 2009.


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Lightning bolts light the sky above Rosenblatt Stadium where South Carolina plays Oklahoma in an NCAA College
World Series baseball game in Omaha, Nebraska on Sunday, June 20, 2010.


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A damaged home along State Route 109 in Swan Creek Township in Fulton County, Ohio, Sunday, June 6, 2010,
that burned apparently after being struck by lightning during a storm Saturday night.


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Lightning strikes the top of a building in Foshan in south China’s Guangdong province
on Monday, June 21, 2010.


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A plane flies near a rainbow above Ankaroa bay off Easter Island, 3,700 km off the Chilean coast in the Pacific Ocean, on July 12, 2010.


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Beneath a lightning storm to the north, Robert Morgan fishes along the banks of
a marsh near Lake Boudreaux May 28, 2010 near Cocodrie, Louisiana.

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EXPERIENCING STORMS

In the past several months, powerful storms have wreaked havoc in many places, torrential rains in central Europe and parts of China, tornadoes in Australia, Montana and the American Midwest, and strong thunderstorms across the northeast. Now, as Tropical Storm Bonnie makes landfall in Florida and heads into the Gulf of Mexico, oil cleanup is being suspended, and the final “kill” operation is delayed for at least one more week. These storms have been destructive and deadly, but beautiful and awe-inspiring at the same time. Collected here are a handful of photographs of stormy skies, lightning strikes and storm damage from the past several months.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.netA large storm cell moves over farmland between the towns of Ross and Stanley, North Dakota on Monday July 12, 2010. A tornado was reported to have touched down for a few minutes from the cell.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Lightning flashes across the sky over Maquoketa, Iowa Friday June 18, 2010.

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Lightning streams across the sky towards downtown Chicago, on Wednesday, June 23, 2010.

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Storm clouds clear over Cook Inlet about 27 miles southeast of Anchorage, Alaska on Monday, July 5, 2010. The photo was taken around 9:48 pm Alaska Daylight Savings Time with the sun still high on the horizon.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Severe thunderstorms moved through the bluegrass region of Kentucky late Monday, July 19, 2010. This lightning strike was captured near Maysville, Kentucky.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
A farmer works in a field southwest of WaKeeney, Kansas with ominous clouds looming overhead on Sunday, June 20, 2010. Severe weather battered parts of northwest Kansas with heavy rain, wind, hail and isolated tornadoes.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Chris Dickey of Commerce city police department holds golf-ball-sized hailstones on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 in Commerce City, Colorado. Thunderstorms swept along the Front Range and eastern Colorado plains on Wednesday with several reports of tornadoes and strong winds that demolished a barn.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
This photo provided by Harry Gillway, the Kimball County Sheriff, shows hail damage to the rear window of a car in Kimball, Nebraska on Monday, May 24, 2010. Storms dumped heavy rain and hail on Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Storm clouds gather over the skyline of Bangkok, Thailand on July 22, 2010.

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Lightning strikes Bangkok, Thailand on May 24, 2010.

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A funnel cloud forms near Grand Forks International Airport Thursday afternoon June 17, 2010. A number of tornadoes were reported in the northern Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota into the evening Thursday.

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Debris flies through the air as a freak tornado tears through the coastal town of Lennox Head, Australia on June 3, 2010. The storm leveled 12 homes and damaged another 30, with twisting winds carving out a 300 meter-wide path of destruction, injuring six people and leaving thousands without power.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
An aerial view of Wadena, Minnesota, seen on Friday June 18, 2010 shows homes destroyed after tornadoes ripped through the area Thursday night.

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Debris lies scattered along Main Street in Millbury, Ohio, Sunday, June 6, 2010. Authorities say tornadoes and thunderstorms that swept through the Midwest overnight killed a number of people in Ohio, destroyed 50 homes and damaged a high school gymnasium where graduation was to be held Sunday.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Lightning strikes in Poyang county in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province on July 20, 2010. Much of China has been suffering flooding and landslides after weeks of torrential downpours. At least 146 people have died since the start of this month, as a result of the rains, and another 40 are missing.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
A large funnel cloud touches down west of Albert Lea, Minnesota, early evening Thursday, June 16, 2010. Several tornadoes were reported in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa Thursday evening, some causing major damage.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Lightning lights up the night sky of Roswell, New Mexico as a thunderstorm passes through town on July 14, 2010.

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Main Street Casino staff members watch a second thunderstorm approach after they just survived a tornado in Billings, Montana on Sunday, June 20, 2010. Buildings were heavily damaged after a tornado touched down near the corner of Main Street and Lake Elmo Drive.

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A child’s bicycle is shown, impaled into the side of a home after a tornado hit part of Millbury, Ohio on Sunday, June 6, 2010.

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Darlene Sheehy collects items from her kitchen, Monday, June 7, 2010, after a tornado destroyed her home in Millbury, Ohio.

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Lightning strikes west of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario on Wednesday, May 26, 2010.

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Waves batter a merchant vessel stranded along the coast during a heavy storm in Valparaiso City, Chile, 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago on July 6, 2010.

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Lightning strikes near the Hilton Hotel during a storm in Mexico city May 23, 2010.

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A storm rolls in above New York City at sunset on June 17th, 2010.

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Multiple lightning strikes above New York City during a storm on on May 2nd, 2010. Photo taken from West New York, New Jersey, looking across the Hudson River.

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A severe thunderstorm with a rotating wall cloud is seen over Texas County, Oklahoma near the community of Eva, Oklahoma on Monday, May 31, 2010.

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Paul Verheyen looks over the damage to his house caused by a severe storm and possible tornado in Leamington, Ontario on Sunday, June 6, 2010. Verheyen and his family were luckily not home during the storm. The tree that crashed through the house landed on his son’s bed. (

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Volunteer workers remove items from a field, Monday, June 7, 2010, after a tornado destroyed at least 50 homes in Millbury, Ohio.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Lightning strikes the Antelope Valley near Pearblossom, California on Thursday, July 15, 2010. Southern California faces more ferocious heat coupled to the threat of thunderstorms and lightning strikes that could ignite more desert wildfires.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Clouds form a tropical storm over Havana, Cuba on July 2, 2010.

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A flash of lightning illuminates the sky over the 2,500-year-old Ancient Parthenon temple, at the Acropolis hill during a heavy rainfall in Athens, Greece early on Monday, June 28, 2010.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
image of a large thunderstorm made up of two photographs taken in sequence from the International Space Station above Malaysia in December of 2009.

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Lightning bolts light the sky above Rosenblatt Stadium where South Carolina plays Oklahoma in an NCAA College
World Series baseball game in Omaha, Nebraska on Sunday, June 20, 2010.

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A damaged home along State Route 109 in Swan Creek Township in Fulton County, Ohio, Sunday, June 6, 2010,
that burned apparently after being struck by lightning during a storm Saturday night.

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Lightning strikes the top of a building in Foshan in south China’s Guangdong province
on Monday, June 21, 2010.

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A plane flies near a rainbow above Ankaroa bay off Easter Island, 3,700 km off the Chilean coast in the Pacific Ocean, on July 12, 2010.

Fun & Info @ Keralites.net
Beneath a lightning storm to the north, Robert Morgan fishes along the banks of
a marsh near Lake Boudreaux May 28, 2010 near Cocodrie, Louisiana.

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I always hold that the kind of democracy that we have adopted is ill-suited to India, even though every ‘intelligent’ man and woman, not to speak of intellectuals and the entire media, sing paean of praise and shower unalloyed accolade in self-appreciation…
Democracy is ONLY a means to a satisfactory END viz. all-round development in the country and prosperity for all her citizens. If the results of the past 65 years since Independence is any indication – the single most important yardstick being prosperity of her people, it has not worked with 400 million living below the poverty line and another 400 million only a tad better. And especially the parliamentary form of government hardly work, leave alone efficiently. Which means the fruits of the entire superfast’ GDP growth of 8 or 9% of the past 20 years has only fattened the affluent 1 or 1.5%, the cream of India.
A majority of people in India – some of my close friends like Murty included – say our PM Manmohan-ji is ineffective and ineffectual. But I humbly say, even the finest of our CEOs or Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani or Narayana Murthy could have fared NO better, due to our peculiar form of government, particularly the coalition one. A single majority party in the saddle of the government could have done slightly better.
In western countries like USA, France (where of course the Presidential form of government prevails), Canada, Australia and UK, the democracy works because the citizens are relatively CLEANER, homogenous with pan-national sentiment with a far less population and the vast majority of voting population are educated middle-class – in effect, it is the awakened middle-class which can distinguish chaff from the grain that determine who should rule them.
In sharp contrast, in India, illiteracy that misleads people by tall talking politicians or by doles of money incentives on election eve; caste, language and geography consideration and the fellow-feeling – the apna jaatwalla, the apna basha-walla and the apna gaowalla feeling – it spontaneously gives rise to make people vote for their OWN man. And the men and women who thus get elected can be expected to work only in deference to the wishes of his/her own voters and can hardly be expected to have a pan-India nationalism and national perspective even on larger issues like say national security or combating terrorism, insurgencies or Maoist violence. And Indians by and large are corrupt, for example, the pooja we perform to propitiate our favorite deity or the money we put in a temple donation-box is always in exchange for a wish-fulfillment that is a quid-pro-quo.
And every election contestant needs tons of money, whether he wins or loses his deposit. Where will he get all the money if not through dubious means like brazen bribes? And when he does spend so much money in an election, he expects to rake in at least 10 times as much during his tenure in assembly or parliament. And the ministers come from the same tribe.
And the inescapable conclusion is: the educated, awakened public may applaud Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi party but one doubts if he gets a single candidate elected anywhere in India because the educated middle class simply does not add up the numbers to win elections and Kehjriwal doesn’t have the financial resources or caste factors working for him. There is a wide belief, of course a horrendously mistaken one of course, in India that the undeserving gets elected here because the middle-class prefers not to vote; even if the entire block votes, the election outcome will not be different.
In the case of coalition government, the minor partners like for example Mamata, Mayawati and Karunandhi extract their maximum pound of flesh in terms of allocation development funds for their states at the expense of the more deserving ones, plum ministerial portfolios, a major say in the measures being on the anvil and other concessions, when the government of the day desperately need their support for passing some significant legislative measure or the other; the ruling party will be squeezed even more when it is a No Confidence motion against the government and its very survival depends on its partners’ voting support.
The other problem in India, the opposition benches literally functions to oppose even the noblest of government measures. The shining example is the current parliament where even the most important legislative business could not be conducted.
Yesterday, Gautam Adhikari, the ex-editor of Maharashtra Times, writing in the TOI on the future role of China, rightly says, “And India has fallen out of the radar screen” (of even the BRIC nations)… China’s growing economic integration into the world’s power structure, while crucial, in fact blurs lines of difference between a liberal democratic values-based open market system and a state-managed system of Confucian capitalism in which harmony and consensus, meaning popular obedience, was a preferred norm. With China’s growing influence would emergent economies in Asia, Africa and Latin America find the Chinese model, instead of liberal democracy, appealing?”
One would unhesitatingly and resoundingly say, yes. The kind of government is least important to the people as long as it delivers. We need drastic changes in other areas, too.
However, having enormously benefited from our current form of government, the powerful political class will not allow any change in the kind of democracy we have adopted.
Some say a revolution will change things in the country sooner or later. One doubts that too happening what with our sab-chalta-hai attitude.

And the punchline: we Indians ceaselessly criticize the political class, legislatures, the law enforcement agencies, civil servants/bureaucracy, et al for the brazen corruption, slovenliness, weak work culture, uncivilized, at times bordering uncouth, behavior and worse, but pause for a moment: they are all Indians and representative of our society at large; given a chance in any of these jobs the rest of us would do no better. As an example, Kerala tops the development indices like literacy and education levels and relatively higher standard of living – no thanks to the successive governments but to the petrodollars pouring in from the gulf, and Keralites alternately elect Congress or Marxist Communist coalitions; yet the state is among the least industrially developed in the country because the people themselves, militants as they are, and in turn the legislatures they elect have been anti-business and –industrialists for ideological or whatever other reasons. The moral is, the people get what they deserve, whether it is the government, legislatures or bureaucracy.
So? Brace yourself for tougher times ahead…


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“பாம்பு கடி” பற்றிய சில தகவல்கள்.


பாம்பு கடித்துவிட்டால் , பாம்புக்...
Sharadha Nrsmh 18 June 23:28
பாம்பு கடித்துவிட்டால் , பாம்புக் கடிக்குள்ளானவரை தனியார் மருத்துவமனைக்கு அழைத்து செல்லாதீர்கள். ஏனெனில் பெரும்பாலன தனியார் மருத்துவமனையில் பாம்பு கடித்தோரை”அட்மிட்” செய்வதில்லை. எனவேகால தாமதம் செய்யாமல், உடன் அரசு மருத்துவமனைக்கு அழைத்துசெல்லவும்.
“பாம்பு கடி” பற்றிய சில தகவல்கள்..

1. கடித்த இடம், மனிதன் கடித்தது போல் அனைத்து பற்களும் வரிசையாக பதிந்து காணப்படுகிறதா.. ..???
இந்த அறிகுறி விஷப்பாம்…பு கடி அல்ல…
2. கடித்த இடம், இரண்டு பற்கள் மட்டும் சற்று இடைவெளியில் பதித்து காணப்படுகிறதா.. ..??? கடித்த இடம் சற்றுதடித்து(வீங்கி)
காணப்படுகிறதா.. ?? கடுமையான வலி இருக்கிறதா..???
இந்த அறிகுறி விஷப்பாம்பு கடித்ததாகத்தான் இருக்கக்கூடும். ..
முதலுதவி:-
1.இறுக்கி கட்டுப் போடவேண்டாம். இறுக்கி கட்டுப் போடுவதன் மூலம், சில சமயங்களில் விஷம் ஓரிடத்திலேயே தங்குவதால் கடித்தப்பகுதி அழுகிபோகும். லேசான இறுக்கத்துடன் கட்டுப்போடுவது நல்லது.
2.காயப்பட்ட இடத்தை ஓடும் நீரில் சோப்பு போட்டு மூன்று முறை கழுவவும்.
3.பாம்பு கடிபட்டவர் பதற்றமடையகூடாது . அவர் பதற்றமடையும்போதும் ரத்தஓட்டம் அதிகரிக்கும்.
4.பாம்பு கடித்துவிட்டால் வேகமாக நடக்க கூடாது. ஏனெனில் நாம் வேகமாக நடக்கும்போது ரத்த ஓட்டம் அதிகரிக்கும். அதனால் நம் ரத்தத்தில் கலந்துள்ள விஷம் விரைவில் நம் உடல்முழுவதும் பரவி உயிரிழப்பை விரைவுபடுத்துகி றது
4.இயன்றவரை பாம்புக் கடிக்குள்ளானவரை தைரியமூட்டவும். எந்த அளவிற்கு அவரின் இதயத்துடிப்பைக் கட்டுப்படுத்துக ின்றோமோ, அவ்வளவிற்கு அவரைக் காப்பாறுகின்றோம ்.
5.பாம்பு கொத்திய இடத்தை, இதயத்தை விடத் தாழ்த்தி வைக்கவும். பாம்புக் கடிக்குள்ளானவரை படுக்க வைத்து மருத்துவமனைக்கு அழைத்துசெல்லவும்.
6.பாம்பு கடித்துவிட்டால் , பாம்புக் கடிக்குள்ளானவரை தனியார் மருத்துவமனைக்கு அழைத்து செல்லாதீர்கள். ஏனெனில் பெரும்பாலன தனியார் மருத்துவமனையில் பாம்பு கடித்தோரை”அட்மிட்” செய்வதில்லை. எனவேகால தாமதம் செய்யாமல், உடன் அரசு மருத்துவமனைக்கு அழைத்துசெல்லவும்.
7.இயலும் என்றால் பாம்பு பற்றிய விபரங்களைப் பெறவும். சில சமயங்களில் அடித்துக் கொல்லக்கூடிய நிலை ஏற்படலாம். எனினும் இவ்வாறு அடிக்க நேர்ந்தால், பாம்பின் தலையில் அடித்துக் கொல்ல வேண்டாம். ஏனென்றால் தலையை வைத்துத்தான் பாம்பை இனம் காணலாம். கடிபட்ட நேரம் போன்ற தகவல்கள் முக்கியமானவை.
பாம்பு கடித்தால்.. கிட்னியையும், கண்களையும் உடன் பாதிக்ககூடும். உயிருக்கு ஆபத்து ஏற்படுத்தும்…
கிடைத்த தகவலை பகிர்ந்துள்ளேன் …!!!

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I always hold that the kind of democracy that we have adopted is ill-suited to India, even though every ‘intelligent’ man and woman, not to speak of intellectuals and the entire media, sing paean of praise and shower unalloyed accolade in self-appreciation…
 
Democracy is ONLY a means to a satisfactory END viz. all-round development in the country and prosperity for all her citizens. If the results of the past 65 years since Independence is any indication – the single most important yardstick being prosperity of her people, it has not worked with 400 million living below the poverty line and another 400 million only a tad better. And especially the parliamentary form of government hardly work, leave alone efficiently. Which means the fruits of the entire superfast’ GDP growth of 8 or 9% of the past 20 years has only fattened the affluent 1 or 1.5%, the cream of India.
 
A majority of people in India – some of my close friends like Murty included – say our PM Manmohan-ji is ineffective and ineffectual. But I humbly say, even the finest of our CEOs or Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani or Narayana Murthy could have fared NO better, due to our peculiar form of government, particularly the coalition one. A single majority party in the saddle of the government could have done slightly better.
 
In western countries like USA, France (where of course the Presidential form of government prevails), Canada, Australia and UK, the democracy works because the citizens are relatively CLEANER, homogenous with pan-national sentiment with a far less population and the vast majority of voting population are educated middle-class – in effect, it is the awakened middle-class which can distinguish chaff from the grain that determine who should rule them.
 
In sharp contrast, in India, illiteracy that misleads people by tall talking politicians or by doles of money incentives on election eve; caste, language and geography consideration and the fellow-feeling – the apna jaatwalla, the apna basha-walla and the apna gaowalla feeling – it spontaneously gives rise to make people vote for their OWN man. And the men and women who thus get elected can be expected to work only in deference to the wishes of his/her own voters and can hardly be expected to have a pan-India nationalism and national perspective even on larger issues like say national security or combating terrorism, insurgencies or Maoist violence. And Indians by and large are corrupt, for example, the pooja we perform to propitiate our favorite deity or the money we put in a temple donation-box is always in exchange for a wish-fulfillment that is a quid-pro-quo.
 
And every election contestant needs tons of money, whether he wins or loses his deposit. Where will he get all the money if not through dubious means like brazen bribes? And when he does spend so much money in an election, he expects to rake in at least 10 times as much during his tenure in assembly or parliament. And the ministers come from the same tribe.
 
And the inescapable conclusion is: the educated, awakened public may applaud Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi party but one doubts if he gets a single candidate elected anywhere in India because the educated middle class simply does not add up the numbers to win elections and Kehjriwal doesn’t have the financial resources or caste factors working for him. There is a wide belief, of course a horrendously mistaken one of course, in India that the undeserving gets elected here because the middle-class prefers not to vote; even if the entire block votes, the election outcome will not be different.
 
In the case of coalition government, the minor partners like for example Mamata, Mayawati and Karunandhi extract their maximum pound of flesh in terms of allocation development funds for their states at the expense of the more deserving ones, plum ministerial portfolios, a major say in the measures being on the anvil and other concessions, when the government of the day desperately need their support for passing some significant legislative measure or the other; the ruling party will be squeezed even more when it is a No Confidence motion against the government and its very survival depends on its partners’ voting support.
 
The other problem in India, the opposition benches literally functions to oppose even the noblest of government measures. The shining example is the current parliament where even the most important legislative business could not be conducted.
 
Yesterday, Gautam Adhikari, the ex-editor of Maharashtra Times, writing in the TOI on the future role of China, rightly says, “And India has fallen out of the radar screen” (of even the BRIC nations)… China’s growing economic integration into the world’s power structure, while crucial, in fact blurs lines of difference between a liberal democratic values-based open market system and a state-managed system of Confucian capitalism in which harmony and consensus, meaning popular obedience, was a preferred norm. With China’s growing influence would emergent economies in Asia, Africa and Latin America find the Chinese model, instead of liberal democracy, appealing?”
 
One would unhesitatingly and resoundingly say, yes. The kind of government is least important to the people as long as it delivers. We need drastic changes in other areas, too.
 
However, having enormously benefited from our current form of government, the powerful political class will not allow any change in the kind of democracy we have adopted.
 
Some say a revolution will change things in the country sooner or later. One doubts that too happening what with our sab-chalta-hai attitude.
 
 
And the punchline: we Indians ceaselessly criticize the political class, legislatures, the law enforcement agencies, civil servants/bureaucracy, et al for the brazen corruption, slovenliness, weak work culture, uncivilized, at times bordering uncouth, behavior and worse, but pause for a moment: they are all Indians and representative of our society at large; given a chance in any of these jobs the rest of us would do no better. As an example, Kerala tops the development indices like literacy and education levels and relatively higher standard of living – no thanks to the successive governments but to the petrodollars pouring in from the gulf, and Keralites alternately elect Congress or Marxist Communist coalitions; yet the state is among the least industrially developed in the country because the people themselves, militants as they are, and in turn the legislatures they elect have been anti-business and –industrialists for ideological or whatever other reasons. The moral is, the people get what they deserve, whether it is the government, legislatures or bureaucracy.
 
So? Brace yourself for tougher times ahead…

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Arulmigu Sri Peruvembudaiyar Sastha Temple, Perumazhinji by Kalakad Ganapathy


Arulmigu Sri Peruvembudaiyar Sastha Temple, Perumazhinji by Kalakad Ganapathy

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Prologue
I consider it a privilege, a God-send opportunity to be writing for our beloved deity Arulmigu Sri Peruvembudayar Sastha. The entire content is based primarily on historical details provided by the temple trust. The trust has done a marvellous job of restoring the temple to its original glory.  
Believe me and this is no exaggeration, I have experienced lot of positive energy after visiting this place recently (February 2012). Even an agnostic will be mesmerised at the power of Lord Ayappa, our beloved sastha.  Vibrations in the temple are intense and positive. The locales around the temple are breathtaking.
A strange sense of calm pervades your being as you enter the temple precincts. You feel emancipated from all negativity. The placid environment surrounding the temple takes you back to another era. The very fact that your forefathers have visited this place is reason enough to get enchanted and mesmerised. 
The temple has a rustic charm and an earthy feel about it. The temple trust informs me that they have struggled against all odds to restore the lost glory to this temple as the Sastha (Lord Ayappa) in this temple is the kula-deivam (family deity) of most trust members.
Kula-deivam in Tamil means a deity that protects generations of your family. But with the younger generation moving away to cities in India and abroad, most families propitiate the family deity after a marriage or a special occasion in the family but fail to visit the temple on an annual basis. But when they are faced with an adverse circumstance in their lives, they are suddenly reminded of their lapse and they rush to their family deity to appease him.

Contrary to what is generally tom-tommed , our kula-deivams are always kind and benign. We may have kept our kula-deivam waiting but our kula-deivam will not keep us waiting. Our family deity will ensure that the desires in our heart are fulfilled. All that you need is complete faith in our family deity. Our family deity is like a foster parent to us. Pray with a pure heart and our Sastha will take care of us. Period. 

Not many know that, Sastha – our dear Lord Ayappa has the greatest capability on the earth to cure anyone of mental ills. If the Sastha in question happens to be your family deity, then this only means that a visit to him will solve all your myriad problems in ways that you would have never envisaged at all. All those who are reading this – please do not forget your kula-deivam at all. Can we ever forget our parents? If we can’t, then how can we forget our kula-deivam ?
Temple address
Arulmigu Sri Peruvembudayar Sastha Annadana Trust
Vagaikulam, Sasthapuram, Rajakalmangalam. Perumazhinji.
Tel No: 09003799344, 09363346436
Closest places: Tirunelveli, Kalakad, Valliyoor, Nanguneri
Contributions: State Bank of Travancore, Vallioor branch, A/c.No. 67114986632. Contributions to temple are exempt from tax.
Important festivals
25th April 2012 – Wednesday – Kodiyetram
2nd May 2012 – Wednesday , Chithirai festival.
During the “Kreda” yug, an asura (a demon) threw away Goddess Mahalakshmi in the ocean. Lord Naryana took upon the form of “koorma” avtar and killed the demon to rescue his beloved consort Goddess Mahalakshmi. So says the Vishnupuran.
A demon who tortured all the Devas and people had to be decimated. So, Lord Shiva created Dharma Sastha and directed Sastha to kill the demon. Later on, once the mission was successfully accomplished, Lord Shiva gave a “linga” form to Dharma Sastha who is popularly known as Lord Ayyappa. So, the unique feature of the Sree Peruvembuadayar temple is that Lord Ayyappa along with his consorts Poorna and Pushkala are in the form of a “lingam” in this temple. Lord Ayyappa , as we all know, is Hariharan (a combination of Lord Vishnu (Hari) and Lord Shiva (Haran). Further, a “vel” is also a part of the legacy of this temple which definitely adds to the significance.
It is believed that after killing the demon, Lord Narayana visited Perumazhinji and conducted Shiva-pooja in his “korma” avtar to rid himself of the dosha. This is the reason this place is also called as Koormagirimalai.
Years ago, the Dharma Sasta was seated atop a hill to give darshan to his devotees. One day, as usual, the priest who conducted the rituals in the temple was climbing the hill. Suddenly, he tripped and fell down. Who would come to his rescue other than Lord Sastha himself ? How would he allow his devotee to suffer ? The priest heard a voice that said , “O, Priest, there is no need for you to come all the way up to propitiate me. To ensure that all my devotees can access me freely, I am already present along with my wives Poorna and Pushkala in the lingam form beneath a Neem Tree. I will be glad if you can do the rituals for me at that location where red ants and white ants are appeasing me with flowers”.
As if on cue, the priest went near the Neem Tree and discovered the three lingas. As the Dharma sastha was found beneath a neem tree (called as “veppa maram” in Tamil), the Sastha is fondly referred to as Sri Peruvembudayar Sastha. It was also believed that siddhars were devoted to Dharma sastha and prayed to Lord Ayyappa in a formless manner. Legend has it that the Dharma Sastha who was created by Lord Shiva in Perumazhinji also took upon the onerous task of killing a female demon and was anointed as Lord Ayyappa in Sabarimala. 
Devotees who were unable to take the trip to Sabarimala, prayed at the Sri Peruvembudayar Sastha temple. Lord Ayyapa in the “lingam” form is very much special. The triumvirate kings – Chola, Pandian, Cheran- in Tamil Nadu also seemed to have visited this place. This is as per archaeological records that were retrieved. Records show that devotees visited this shrine enroute to Sabarimala, took bath in the “Nambi” River and cooked food near by.
The temple trust has constructed a separate building for conducting “annadahna” (free meals). During the months of Karthikai and Markazhi , annadana is conducted thrice in a day. Annadana is also conducted every Saturday.
The trust has created a Lotus Pond in which Lord Shiva is seated in the centre and the arrangements have been made to ensure that water flows on Lord Shiva 24 x 7. A mini-poultry farm, a resting station for birds, creation of a beautiful garden – all these have been created and are also being maintained.The construction work in the temple is in progress and has been delayed due to paucity of funds. All those who can contribute are requested to contact the temple office at 09363346436 / 04635 295048/ 7373520900
The grace of Poorna-Pushkala sameda Lord Ayyappa is remarkable. 
The temple is located on the highway in a village called Rajakkalmangalam which is exactly between Valliyoor and Nanguneri.
Those who have visited this holy shrine have been blessed with boons from Lord Ayappa. Only those who have visited this shrine can understand the power of Dharma Sastha (Lord Ayappa). The Pandia kings reconstructed the temple.
Those who wish to fix the marriages of their daughters, childless couples and those with mental and physical illnesses have come to this shrine and have been blessed with the grace of Sri Peruvembudayar Sastha. Wealth will pour in and all your diseases will vanish without a trace when you are the recipient of the grace of Lord Ayyappa.
Devotees and all those for whom Sri Peruvembudayar Sastha is the family deity are requested to spare no efforts in popularising this temple by spreading a word about the temple far and wide and contributing for future temple renovation works.
Devotees who are coming from outside Tirunelveli can contact the temple office as there are boarding and lodging facilities within the temple premises.Toilet and washroom facilities are available. Devotees can also book their tickets through Internet facility in the temple office. The temple trust has also arranged for pick up and drop of devotees from near by stations.
Acknowledgements
Temple Trust – Shri Mani Pandian, Ms. Subarna
My grandfather Shri. K C Dharmaraja Iyer  

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