Toota Toota Ek Parinda Aise Toota

Ke Phir Jud Na Paaya

Loota Loota Kisne Usko Aise Loota

Ke Phir Ud Na Paaya

A bird broke in such a way

That it could never be mended

Who robbed it such that

It couldn’t fly ever again?

Toota Toota Ek Parinda Aise Toota

Ke Phir Jud Na Paaya

Loota Loota Kisne Usko Aise Loota

Ke Phir Ud Na Paaya

 

Girta Hua Woh Asma Se

Aakar Gira Zameen Par

Khwabon Mein Phir Bhi Badal Hi The

Woh Kehta Raha Magar

When it fell from the sky

On the earth,

It still had clouds in it’s dreams

And it kept on saying

Ke Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Laugh,child of the Lord

No matter what happens, there shall be a tomorrow

Kho Ke Aapne Par Hi To Usne Tha Udna Sikha

Kho Ke Aapne Par Hi To

Kho Ke Aapne Par Hi To Usne Tha Udna Sikha

Gham Ko Aapne Saath Mein Lele Dard Bhi Tere Kaam Aayega

It actually learned to fly when it lost it’s wings

Take grief with you, even pain will turn out to be useful

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

 

Tukde Tuke Ho Gaya Tha Har Sapna Jab Woh Toota

Tukde Tuke Ho Gaya Tha

Tukde Tuke Ho Gaya Tha Har Sapna Jab Woh Toota

Bhikre Tukdon Mein Allah Ki Marzi Ka Manzar Paayega

The bird’s every dream was shattered when it broke,

You shall find the Lord’s will in the broken pieces of the dreams

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Toota Toota Ek Parinda Aise Toota

Ke Phir Jud Na Paaya

Loota Loota Kisne Usko Aise Loota

Ke Phir Ud Na Paaya

Girta Hua Woh Asma Se

Aakar Gira Zameen Par

Khwabon Mein Phir Bhi Badal Hi The

Woh Kehta Raha Magar

 

Ke Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Allah Ke Bande

Allah Ke Bande Hans De Jo Bhi Ho Kal Phir Aayega

In Astrology, the trines are 1, 5, 9. From my experience i had learn that if a persons 1, 5, 9 lords are good, they will do well in life, and need not go around to astrologers for readings, more or less they will be self sustained.

Now extending the thought  Below is a table that i created, Trines for each of the lord. That is if for 1st Lord, 5th and 9th are trines then For 2nd and 10th.

1 5 9
2 6 10
3 7 11
4 8 12
5 9 1
6 10 2
7 11 3
8 12 4
9 1 5
10 2 6
11 3 7
12 4 8

Quite interesting justification i could discover why 4th lord times play negative especially in transits is the kind of the houses it is associated with (12th and 8th)

Ok, As and when i was writing this article, i thought let me then do the dushatasthana table as. that is 6, 8, 12.

1 6 8 12
2 7 9 1
3 8 10 2
4 9 11 3
5 10 12 4
6 11 1 5
7 12 2 6
8 1 3 7
9 2 4 8
10 3 5 9
11 4 6 10
12 5 7 11

My hunch is that though all these are giving lot of relationships, but im lot at this moment on this topic.

I hope come back to see how these relations manifest in a persons life.

 

 

I have a different thoughts, To make a curry we need lot of spices, as long as the great spices meet in the right order and proportions, we have a great curry to talk about. Yes at times the chilly not just plays the spice but also colors the dish…hence behind a great curry there are many spices and great recipe. Behind a great work, is a great team and vision.

Some interesting articles that i would love to share around this topic

Katapayadi system

Here you will get an primer on Alphabets (Vowels and Consonants)  to a equivalent number and how hidden dates, patterns are encoded in slokas.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katapayadi_sankhya

Example of an interesting article Car number of 7242, was encoded as Ravi-Ratham: http://www.avalokanam.com/2013/08/katapayadi.html

The same author was kind enough to share another interesting article on how Magic squares and Katapayadi System intersect with the following sloka:

नाकनाथ नदीनीरे
मानाङ्गिनि घनस्तनि
इष्टार्धे एकशून्ये
गजपादक्रमात् लिखेत्
 
the article also enriches us on how we can create any magic square of sum result of any number.
 
Now since we entered into the territory of Magic squares, i found this article motivated to create my own magic square.
 
If you liked the video, and want to create your own magic number then, feel free to download the spread sheet and create yours as well.
 
So the numbers when written in this format, then you end up getting a magic square for a 4×4 matrix.
A B C D
D C B A
B A D C
C D A B
Hence When a persons date of birth is 27 May 1982: then it should be written as follows: A(DD): 27 B(MM):05 C(YY1):19 D(YY2):82
Then the total sum of any row, column, diagonal will have the same number (For the above example: Sum = 133).
 
27 5 19 82
82 19 5 27
5 27 82 19
19 82 27 5
Download Link: DOB_MagicSQUAREed.XLS
 
I think next good article which is very illustrated on how to create your own Magic square for a 3×3 can be found here: http://www.wikihow.com/Solve-a-Magic-Square
 
I will either update this post, or continue to post my findings in further posts.
Enjoy.
 
 

When you read a Spiritual or Mythological text, your goal is to understand the contributions the authors are making. This is not an easy task. It may require going over the text several times. Expect to spend several hours to read the text. Though the below guidelines refers to “Reading” but its can be more relevant word is “consume”.

Here are some initial guidelines for how to read the text:

Read critically

Reading a Spiritual or Mythological text must be a critical process. You should not assume that the authors are always correct. Instead, be suspicious.

Critical reading involves asking appropriate questions. If the authors attempt to solve a problem, are they solving the right problem? Are there simple solutions the authors do not seem to have considered? What are the limitations of the solution (including limitations the authors might not have noticed or clearly admitted)?

Are the assumptions the authors make reasonable? Is the logic of the text clear and justifiable, given the assumptions, or is there a flaw in the reasoning?

If the authors present data, did they gather the right data to substantiate their argument, and did they appear to gather it in the correct manner? Did they interpret the data in a reasonable manner? Would other data be more compelling?

Read creatively

Reading the text critically is easy, in that it is always easier to tear something down than to build it up. Reading creatively involves harder, more positive thinking.

What are the good ideas in this text? Do these ideas have other applications or extensions that the authors might not have thought of? Can they be generalized further? Are there possible improvements that might make important practical differences? If you were going to start doing research from this text, what would be the next thing you would do?

Make notes as you read the text

Many people cover the margins of their copies of papers with notes. Use whatever style you prefer. If you have questions or criticisms, write them down so you do not forget them. Underline key points the authors make. Mark the data that is most important or that appears questionable. Such efforts help the first time you read the text and pay big dividends when you have to re-read the text after several months.

After the first read-through, try to summarize the text in one or two sentences.

Almost all good Spiritual or Mythological texts try to provide an answer a specific question. (Sometimes the question is a natural one that people specifically set out to answer; sometimes a good idea just ends up answering a worthwhile question.) If you can succinctly describe the text, you have probably recognized the question the authors started with and the answer they provide. Once you have focused on the main idea, you can go back and try to outline the text to gain insight into more specific details. Indeed, if summarizing the text in one or two sentences is easy, go back and try to deepen your outline by summarizing the three or four most important subpoints of the main idea.

If possible, compare the text to other works.

Summarizing the text is one way to try to determine the contribution of the text. But to really gauge the merit, you must compare the text to other works in the area. Are the ideas really novel, or have they appeared before? (Of course we do not expect you to be experts and know the areas ahead of time in this class!)

It is worth mentioning that contributions can take on many forms. Some papers offer new ideas; others implement ideas, and show how they work; others bring previous ideas together and unite them under a novel framework. Knowing other work in the area can help you to determine which sort of contribution the text is actually making.

One Pager

Your one page review should include the following:

  1. A one or two sentence summary of the text.
  2. A deeper, more extensive outline of the main points of the text, including for example assumptions made, arguments presented, data analyzed, and conclusions drawn.
  3. Any limitations or extensions you see for the ideas in the text.
  4. Your opinion of the text; primarily, the quality of the ideas and its potential impact.

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I thank my Sir Sri K . B. Gopalakrishnan, who had always inspired or shared or influenced me to have a perspective identity or above such thinking tools.

I wish mythology or spirituality also is started first with such education on how to synthesize information. I believe that “Knowledge management is one of an Art”.

- An ode to K.B. Gopalakrishnan {www.sathyaprema.com}

This post is an inspiration from the post: Click here. I haven’t tested the authors technique neither the one below. I had many versions of the coining the technique, but sharing the one below.

Say, you have a question to which the answer could be one of these: Success/Yes, Mixed results/Iterative, doubtful/iterative, Failure/No. then follow the steps.

Step 1:  Based on the day of the question, we will have to check if the outcome is Odd or Even. Example: If the day is Sunday, then its Odd.

Sunday Odd
Monday Even
Tuesday Odd
Wednesday Even
Thursday Odd
Friday Even
Saturday Odd

Step 2: Capture the time of the question.  say if the question was asked at 20:53. Then break the time into two Hour and Minute, and then check the below table.

So the result will be as follows: 20:53 can also be written as 08:53, hence the hour is 8 (Odd) and the minute 53 (odd).

Hour Minute/Second Odd/Even
0 – 1 0 – 5 Odd
1 – 2 5 – 10 Even
2 – 3 10 – 15 Odd
3 – 4 15 – 20 Even
4 – 5 20 – 25 Odd
5 – 6 25 – 30 Even
6 – 7 30 – 35 Odd
7 – 8 35 – 40 Even
8 – 9 40 – 45 Odd
9 – 10 45 – 50 Even
10 – 11 50 – 55 Odd
11 – 12 55 – 60 Even

Step 3:  The final step, based on the Day, Time we will identify the outcome of a question. For that below is table is required, and all the inferences from the above.

So as per the above example, A person asked a question on Sunday, 20:53.

Day: Sunday = Odd

Hour: 20 = 8 =  Odd

Munite: 53 = Odd

Hour Minute Day – Odd Day – Even
Odd Odd Success/Yes Failure/No
Odd Even Mixed results/Iterative doubtful/iterative
Even Odd doubtful/iterative Mixed results/Iterative
Even Even Failure/No Success/Yes

So since the appropriate hour and minute pair (Odd, Odd) its a 1st row. Since the day is Odd, The final result of the question is  “Success/Yes”.

Iterative” means, things can not be judged in this situation, we need to check for the next sequence of the event.

- An ode to K.B. Gopalakrishnan {www.sathyaprema.com}

The time is short and the odds are long but I believe that we are ready nonetheless, with the love of those who raised us, with the lessons of those who taught us, with the strength of those who stand beside us as we face what lies ahead. I say let us begin.

-Casey Gerald

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