Archive for July, 2007

Gaali Vaanalo Vaana Neetilo

Posted on July 31, 2007. Filed under: Heartbroken, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Swayamvaram
Actor: Sobhan Babu
Singer: Yesudas

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Nadiche O Andama

Posted on July 31, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Samajaniki Savaal
Singer: Balasubramanyam
Cast: Krishna, Sridevi

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Kalisina Hrudayalalona

Posted on July 30, 2007. Filed under: Videos |

Movie: Prema Paga
Singer: Balasubramanyam
Cast: Murali Mohan, Lata, Sharada, Prabhakara Reddy, Satyanarayana, Chakrapani

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Naa Manase Oka Tellani Kagitam

Posted on July 30, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Ardhangi
Singer: Suseela
Cast: Jaya Sudha, Murali Mohan

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Moratodu – Hey Krishna

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Moratodu
Actress: Jayasudha

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Request your own song

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Audio, Radio, Request |

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Aakaleste Annam Pedata – Shankar Dada Zindabad

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Dance, Telugu Video Songs |

Chiranjeevi, Yana Gupta, Srikanth

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Manasenduko Mamatenduko O Mosagada

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Manushulu Chesina Dongalu
Cast: Krishna,Manjula

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Srivariki Premalekha – Parahimsa

Posted on July 28, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Video Songs |

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Vennelave Vennelave

Posted on July 28, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Merupu Kalalu
Cast: Kajol and Prabhu Deva

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Jagadeka Veeruniki

Posted on July 28, 2007. Filed under: Dance, Entertainment, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Shankar Dada Zindabad
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Karishma Kotak, Srikanth, Sayaji Shinde, Sarath Babu, Sada, Rohit, Brahmanandam, MS Narayana, Venu Madhav, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Melkote, Kantha Rao, Sundaram Master, Gundu Hanmantha Rao, Jeeva, Sunil, Tirupati Prakash, Yana Gupta (item song) & Pawan Kalyan (special appearance)

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Bhoogolamantha

Posted on July 28, 2007. Filed under: Dance, Entertainment, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Shankar Dada Zindabad
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Karishma Kotak, Srikanth, Sayaji Shinde, Sarath Babu, Sada, Rohit, Brahmanandam, MS Narayana, Venu Madhav, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Melkote, Kantha Rao, Sundaram Master, Gundu Hanmantha Rao, Jeeva, Sunil, Tirupati Prakash, Yana Gupta (item song) & Pawan Kalyan (special appearance)

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Good Morning Hyderabad

Posted on July 28, 2007. Filed under: Dance, Entertainment, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Shankar Dada Zindabad
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Karishma Kotak, Srikanth, Sayaji Shinde, Sarath Babu, Sada, Rohit, Brahmanandam, MS Narayana, Venu Madhav, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Melkote, Kantha Rao, Sundaram Master, Gundu Hanmantha Rao, Jeeva, Sunil, Tirupati Prakash, Yana Gupta (item song) & Pawan Kalyan (special appearance)

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Jeevitham Saptasaagara Geetam

Posted on July 28, 2007. Filed under: Videos |

Movie: Chinni Krishnudu
Cast: Ramesh Babu, Kushboo

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Brahmanandam in Dhee – 4 Parts

Posted on July 27, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Comedy |

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Brahmanandam in Venky

Posted on July 27, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Comedy |

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Radha Krishna – Nee Valape Brindavanam

Posted on July 27, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Radha Krishna Actor: Sobhan Babu Singer: SP Balasubramanyam

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Bhadrakali – Chinni Chinni Kannayya

Posted on July 27, 2007. Filed under: Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Bhadrakali Actor: Jayaprada

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What All A Password Should Never Be

Posted on July 27, 2007. Filed under: Videos |

I. Passwords should never be:

  • Any word in any dictionary, in any language
  • Any formal name or nickname, including spouse's, children's, and pet's
  • Any mythological or fictional character or race
  • Any name of a place (city, country, cross roads, forest, or place of natural beauty), real or fictional
  • Fictional terms
  • Titles of movies, books, compositions
  • The name of any author, composer, musician, actor
  • Any special number
  • Acronyms
  • Phrases
  • Fables or legendary characters or places
  • Combinations of letters or patterns on the keyboard
  • Great license plates you've seen, one2nv, 3vom, ibuy4u, or neat word/letter combinations, aTdHvAaNnKcSe
  • Religious figures, places, or events
  • Anything you can imagine being collected into a list

Examples of bad passwords include: characters and races from Star Trek, the appendices from the Lord of the Rings, pi, e, and the golden ratio, zip codes, THX1138, names of asteroids, names of bacteria, names of viruses, names of algae, names of fungi, names of beers, transliterated words from the hindu, chinese, russian, yiddish, or any other alphabet, cartoon characters, and a few specifics: letmein, youreok, zorkmid, zorro, wonderbread, upchuck, unixsuck, qwerty, zaq1234, lmnop, klingon, justforthe, hosannah, hesdeadjim, beammeup.

If a password fits in a list, you can presume someone has made up that list.

II. Passwords should never be a simple algorithm applied against something in category I, such as:

  • The "word" backwards
  • Substituting numbers for vowels, r1ch2rd for richard
  • Common substitutions for letters, 3 for e, mov3
  • Appending or prefixing digits, apple639 or 123apple
  • Appending or prefixing special characters, apple@ or $klingon

III. Passwords should not contain information that can be automatically gathered by knowing your user name:

  • Your user name
  • Your user index/number (for Unix the UID and GID)
  • User name owner information (for Unix the gecos field) which commonly contains your name
  • Information derivable from this information: your initials

This category is similar to the first category. However, wheareas category I is static, category III depends on your account information and is dynamic.

IV. Passwords should not contain personal information about you that can be gathered if you are targeted:

  • Your social security number
  • Your student ID number
  • Your phone number, your mother's phone number, your mother's maiden name
  • Your passport number
  • Your street address, the address where you were born
  • Your license plate number
  • Serial number from your camera, computer, stereo

In summary, a good password needs to be something that cannot be derived in a semi-automatic manner. Categories I-III represent known information or easily derived information that can be exhaustively applied by a computer to break your password. Category IV represents information that would be applied to specifically break your account, as opposed to any account on a machine. While this may seem like a very remote possibility, if you are ever personally targeted, it is potentially much more damaging to you.

Two final tips on password selection. First, make sure you know how many characters the system allows for a password: a good 15 character password may become a terrible password if the system only uses the first 8 characters. Second, check your password to make sure it doesn't duplicate a bad password: a (usually) good personal password generation algorithm can generate a bad password; the good and bad may be the result of orthogonal approaches intersecting with a bad password. For example, the potentially good password mxvhall would be bad if your name was Mary Xavier Virginia Hall.

source: http://computing.wayne.edu/accessid/badpwd.php

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7 Google Tricks You Must Know

Posted on July 26, 2007. Filed under: Videos |

1.  Find the Face Behind the Result – This is a neat trick you can use on a Google Image search to filter the search results so that they include only images of people.  How is this useful?  Well, it could come in handy if you are looking for images of the prominent people behind popular products, companies, or geographic locations.  You can perform this search by appending the code &imgtype=face to the end of the URL address after you perform a standard Google Image search.

2.  Google + Social Media Sites = Quality Free Stuff – If you are on the hunt for free desktop wallpaper, stock images, WordPress templates or the like, using Google to search your favorite social media sites is your best bet.  The word “free” in any standard search query immediately attracts spam.  Why wade through potential spam in standard search results when numerous social media sites have an active community of users who have already ranked and reviewed the specific free items that interest you.  All you have to do is direct Google to search through each of these individual social media sites, and bingo… you find quality content ranked by hundreds of other people.

3.  Find Free Anonymous Web Proxies – A free anonymous web proxy site allows any web browser to access other third-party websites by channeling the browser’s connection through the proxy.  The web proxy basically acts as a middleman between your web browser and the third-party website you are visiting.  Why would you want to do this?  There are two common reasons:

  • You’re connecting to a public network at a coffee shop or internet café and you want privacy while you browse the web.  You don’t want the admin to know every site you visit.
  • You want to bypass a web content filter or perhaps a server-side ban on your IP address.  Content filtering is common practice on college campus networks.  This trick will usually bypass those restrictions.

There are subscription services and applications available such as TOR and paid VPN servers that do the same thing.  However, this trick is free and easy to access from anywhere via Google.  All you have to do is look through the search results returned by the queries below, find a proxy that works, and enter in the URL of the site you want to browse anonymously.

4.  Google for Music, Videos, and Ebooks – Google can be used to conduct a search for almost any file type, including Mp3s, PDFs, and videos.  Open web directories are one of the easiest places to quickly find an endless quantity of freely downloadable files.  This is an oldie, but it’s a goodie!  Why thousands of webmasters incessantly fail to secure their web severs will continue to boggle our minds.

5.  Browse Open Webcams Worldwide – Take a randomized streaming video tour of the world by searching Google for live open access video webcams.  This may not be the most productive Google trick ever, but it sure is fun!  (Note: you may be prompted to install an ActiveX control or the Java runtime environment which allows your browser to view certain video stream formats.)

6.  Judge a Site by its Image – Find out what a site is all about by looking at a random selection of the images hosted on its web pages.  Even if you are somewhat familiar with the target site’s content, this can be an entertaining little exercise.  You will almost surely find something you didn’t expect to see.  All you have to do is use Google’s site: operator to target a domain in an image search.

7.  Results Based on Third-Party Opinion – Sometimes you can get a better idea of the content located within a website by reading how other websites refer to that site’s content.  The allinanchor: Google search operator can save you large quantities of time when a normal textual based search query fails to fetch the information you desire.  It conducts a search based on keywords used strictly in the anchor text, or linking text, of third party sites that link to the web pages returned by the search query.  In other words, this operator filters your search results in a way such that Google ignores the title and content of the returned web pages, but instead bases the search relevance on the keywords that other sites use to reference the results.  It can add a whole new dimension of variety to your search results.

Bonus Material:

Here is a list of my favorite Google advanced search operators, operator combinations, and related uses:

  • link:URL = lists other pages that link to the URL.
  • related:URL = lists other pages that are related to the URL.
  • site:domain.com “search term = restricts search results to the given domain.
  • allinurl:WORDS = shows only pages with all search terms in the url.
  • inurl:WORD = like allinurl: but filters the URL based on the first term only.
  • allintitle:WORD = shows only results with terms in title.
  • intitle:WORD = similar to allintitle, but only for the next word.
  • cache:URL = will show the Google cached version of the URL.
  • info:URL = will show a page containing links to related searches, backlinks, and pages containing the url. This is the same as typing the url into the search box. 
  • filetype:SOMEFILETYPE = will restrict searches to that filetype
  • -filetype:SOMEFILETYPE = will remove that file type from the search.
  • site:www.somesite.net “+www.somesite.net” = shows you how many pages of your site are indexed by google
  • allintext: = searches only within text of pages, but not in the links or page title
  • allinlinks: = searches only within links, not text or title
  • WordA OR WordB = search for either the word A or B
  • “Word” OR “Phrase” = search exact word or phrase
  • WordA -WordB = find word A but filter results that include word B
  • WordA +WordB = results much contain both Word A and Word B
  • ~WORD = looks up the word and its synonyms
  • ~WORD -WORD = looks up only the synonyms to the word 
  • More info.
  • Source: http://www.marcandangel.com/2007/07/25/7-clever-google-tricks-worth-knowing/
    All the credit goes to the author.

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5 Reasons Not to Drink Bottled Water

Posted on July 26, 2007. Filed under: Videos |

 

Bottled water is healthy water — right? That’s what the marketers would have us believe. Just look at the labels or the bottled water ads: deep, pristine pools of spring water; majestic alpine peaks; healthy, active people gulping down icy bottled water between biking in the park and a trip to the yoga studio.

In reality, bottled water is just water. That fact isn’t stopping people from buying a lot of it. Estimates variously place worldwide bottled water sales at between $50 and $100 billion each year, with the market expanding at the startling annual rate of 7 percent.
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Bottled water is big business. But in terms of sustainability, bottled water is a dry well. It’s costly, wasteful, and distracts from the brass ring of public health: the construction and maintenance of safe municipal water systems.

Want some solid reasons to kick the bottled water habit? We’ve rounded up five to get you started.

Bottled water isn’t a good value

Take, for instance, Pepsi’s Aquafina or Coca-Cola’s Dasani bottled water. Both are sold in 20 ounce sizes and can be purchased from vending machines alongside soft drinks — and at the same price. Assuming you can find a $1 machine, that works out to 5 cents an ounce. These two brands are essentially filtered tap water, bottled close to their distribution point. Most municipal water costs less than one cent per gallon.

Now consider another widely-sold liquid: gasoline. It has to be pumped out of the ground in the form of crude oil, shipped to a refinery (often halfway across the world), and shipped again to your local filling station.

In the U.S., the average price per gallon is hovering around $3. There are 128 ounces in a gallon, which puts the current price of gasoline at fraction over 2 cents an ounce.

And that’s why there’s no shortage of companies which want to get into the business. In terms of price versus production cost, bottled water puts Big Oil to shame.

No healthier than tap water

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In theory, bottled water in the United States falls under the regulatory authority of the Food and Drug Administration. In practice, about 70 percent of bottled water never crosses state lines for sale, making it exempt from FDA oversight.

On the other hand, water systems in the developed world are well-regulated. In the U.S., for instance, municipal water falls under the purview of the Environmental Protection Agency, and is regularly inspected for bacteria and toxic chemicals. Want to know how your community scores? Check out the Environmental Working Group’s National Tap Water Database.

While public safety groups correctly point out that many municipal water systems are aging and there remain hundreds of chemical contaminants for which no standards have been established, there’s very little empirical evidence which suggests bottled water is any cleaner or better for you than its tap equivalent.

Bottled water means garbage

Bottled water produces up to 1.5 million tons of plastic waste per year. According to Food and Water Watch [ http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/water/bottled ], that plastic requires up to 47 million gallons of oil per year to produce. And while the plastic used to bottle beverages is of high quality and in demand by recyclers, over 80 percent of plastic bottles are simply thrown away.

That assumes empty bottles actually make it to a garbage can. Plastic waste is now at such a volume that vast eddies of current-bound plastic trash now spin endlessly in the world’s major oceans. This represents a great risk to marine life, killing birds and fish which mistake our garbage for food.

Thanks to its slow decay rate, the vast majority of all plastics ever produced still exist … somewhere.

Bottled water means less attention to public systems

Many people drink bottled water because they don’t like the taste of their local tap water, or because they question its safety.

This is like running around with a slow leak in your tire, topping it off every few days rather than taking it to be patched. Only the very affluent can afford to switch their water consumption to bottled sources. Once distanced from public systems, these consumers have little incentive to support bond issues and other methods of upgrading municipal water treatment.

There’s plenty of need. In California, for example, the American Society of Civil Engineers estimated the requirement of $17.5 billion in improvements to the state’s drinking water infrastructure as recently as 2005. In the same year, the state lost 222 million gallons of drinkable water to leaky pipes.

The corporatization of water

In the documentary film Thirst, authors Alan Snitow and Deborah Kaufman demonstrated the rapid worldwide privatization of municipal water supplies, and the effect these purchases are having on local economies.

Water is being called the “Blue Gold” of the 21st century. Thanks to increasing urbanization and population, shifting climates, and industrial pollution, fresh water is becoming humanity’s most precious resource.

Multinational corporations are stepping in to purchase groundwater and distribution rights wherever they can, and the bottled water industry is an important component in their drive to commoditize what many feel is a basic human right: the access to safe and affordable water.

What can you do?

There’s a simple alternative to bottled water: buy a stainless steel thermos, and use it. Don’t like the way your local tap water tastes? Inexpensive carbon filters will turn most tap water sparking fresh at a fraction of bottled water’s cost.

Consider taking Food and Water Watch’s No Bottled Water Pledge. Conserve water wherever possible, and stay on top of local water issues.

Want to know more? Start with the Sierra Club’s fact sheet on bottled water.

Bottoms up!

Source: http://lighterfootstep.com/5-reasons-not-to-drink-bottled-water.html

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Nenoka Prema Pipasini

Posted on July 26, 2007. Filed under: Pining, Telugu Video Songs |

From Indradanussu. Cast: Krishna, Urvasi Sarada

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yE Vasantamidi

Posted on July 25, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Movie: Mosagadu
Cast: Sobhan Babu, Sridevi
Singers: Balasubramanyam, P Suseela

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Alakapanupu Ekkanela Chilipi Gorinka

Posted on July 25, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Video Songs |

From Sri Vari Shobanam

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Sri Vari Shobanam

Posted on July 25, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Movies |

Sri Vari Shobanam Telugu Movie Another Humorous Telugu Movie Directed by Sri Jandhyala

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Vuppukarpurambu Mimicry by a kid

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Comedy |

Imitating NTR, Krishna, Chandrababu Naidu and YSR

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Srivariki Premalekha – Lipi Leni Kanti Basha

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Manasa Tullipadake Video Song

80s Telugu Hit Song From Srivariki Prema Lekha

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Padamati Sandhya Ragam

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Drama, Telugu Movies |

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Director: Jandyala Music: S P Balasubramanyam Starring: Vijaya Santhi, Tom, Gummaluri Sastri

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Srivariki Premalekha – Manasa Thullipadake

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Pining, Telugu Video Songs |

Manasa Tullipadake Video Song

80s Telugu Hit Song From Srivariki Prema Lekha

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N. T. R. Nagar

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Movies, Videos |

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Cast: Raj Kumar, Manichandana

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Srivariki Premalekha – Tholi Sari Mimmalni Choosindi Modalu

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Romantic, Telugu Video Songs |

Tholi Sari Mimmalni Video Song

80s Telugu Hit Song From Srivariki Prema Lekha

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Srivariki Prema Lekha – Telugu Movie

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Telugu Movies |

Directed by Jandhyala

Srivariki Premalekha is one of the most hilarious films by a great telugu writer, thinker and film maker Sri Jandhyala garu.

Cast: Naresh, Purnima, Nootan Prasad, Sri Lakshmi, Veerabhadra Rao, Janaki, P. L. Narayana, Athili Lakshmi, Aruna, Sangeetha, Vidya, K. Vijaya, Jaya, Rallapalli, etc.

Music: Ramesh Naidu
Lyrics: Veturu

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Guddi – Dharmendra, Jaya Badhuri

Posted on July 24, 2007. Filed under: Drama, Hindi Old Hits |

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Nartanasala

Posted on July 23, 2007. Filed under: Drama, Mythological, Telugu Movies |

N T Rama Rao, Savitri, S. V. Ranga Rao

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Sooji Halwa – Indian Dessert

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Recipes |

Indian Cuisine

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How To Make A Chapati

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Recipes |

Indian Cuisine

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MP3 – Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Comedy / Funny, Hindi Movies, Romantic, Videos |

Cast: Hazel, Ruslaan Mumtaz, Kanwaljeet Singh, Menekka Arora, Rinku Patel, Manoj Pahwa, Neelu Kohli, Gaurav Gera

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Amar Akbar Anthony DVD

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Action, Comedy / Funny, Drama, Hindi Movies, Hindi Old Hits |

Vinodh Khanna, Rishi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan

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How To Download Telugu Movie DVDs

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Downloads, Educational |

Follow these steps one by one in the order specified:

  1. http://www.lalima.org/Video-Guide-For-Bommarillu-Setup
  2. http://www.lalima.org/How-To-Download-Telugu-Movies-Using-IRC
  3. http://www.lalima.org/How-To-Download-Telugu-Music-Using-IRC

Still have questions? Post your questions/comments here and I will try to answer to the best of my knowledge.

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Sanskrit – The Most Scientific, Ancient, and Spritual Language

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Interviews, Sanskrit |

Prof. Dean Brown points out that most European languages can be traced back to a root language that is also related to Sanskrit – the sacred language of the ancient Vedic Hindu religions of India. Many English words actually have Sanskrit origins.

Similarly, many Vedic religious concepts can also be found in Western culture. He discusses the fundamental idea of the Upanishads – that the essence of each individual, the atman, is identical to the whole universe, the principle of brahman. In this sense, the polytheistic traditions of India can be said to be monistic at their very core.

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