Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Rest Now...

Navaratri begins today. Yesterday I had the fortune of being in Ashram satsang with Guruji! The soothing presence made me to doze off or go in deep meditation or whatever, so I missed some of His words, but here are the ones that I heard, not verbatim...: " These nine days and nights are for complete rest to the mind. like the child takes rest for nine months in mother's womb, creation is at rest in these nine days. Just like somewhere 200 km away, turbines are rotating under a water fall, and generating electricity that gives light here, the chanting of mantras relaxes mind and purifies the atmosphere. You just need to soak in these vibrations. All five elements that the creation is made up of, are used in the pujas. And few times in between, the meaning of the rituals is told, just to satisfy the curiosity of the mind. Do you know of the butterfly effect!? It says that fluttering of wings of a butterfly in japan can cause motion of clouds in china! This shows that the microscopic and macroscopic worlds are thoroughly connected. Navaratri is honouring and observing this relation. "

Vivek has posted the schedule on his blog.

Helping students study better...

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Monday, September 29, 2008

Thanks for not using any (more) Plastic!

I read and heard about ill effects of Plastic usage, as its tough to recycle. Finally it all goes in ocean, and they have found huge floating plastic stocks, as it doesn't sink!
Lets look at history. Plastic was invented in 1862. Till then we would use cloth and jute carry bags, iron,copper and steel made utensils.  All these materials are recycled easily, where as plastic can be only converted from one form to another, and in every conversion it becomes harder and harder and finally it can't be converted further.
Store and transport of any useful daily life item was done to the minimum necessity. Local products were purchased (which is also good for local economy) and used soon. Now a days, even milk is available only in plastic, the "Doodhwalas" have almost disappeared! If you buy anything, unless you are carrying a cloth bag, the merchant is ready with a plastic "carry bag"! Especially in the malls and supermarkets, all items come covered with plastic for "keeping them new", avoiding dustiness. 
The combined effect of all this is that each one of uses on an average uses plastic worth 4 carry bags every week. Multiply that with the population, and number of weeks in a year, you will see that we create thousands of tons of plastic per year! 

Many people take resolves of not using plastic anymore, but then at some places like milk purchase it becomes totally unavoidable! So what I decided sometime ago is not to take any further carry bags from any shop. RE-USE the bags that I have already got. Still because of lack of awareness, these many bags piled up in my home in few months:
I have at last stopped throwing them, and use them well, until they are torn and of no use anymore. 

This habit was bit inconvenient at times, and you would sometimes see me walking in the lane of my home with a pack of bread, butter and a mixture in my two hands, since I refused the carry bag to the bakery merchant! And at other times my college bag would be swollen big because I have put all the purchased items in it, from milk and grains to clothes and stationary!

In Big Bazaar they give plastic even from procure section of vegetable to billing section, because they need to mark the weight of that vegetable. So I get that thing billed, then come out, put the vegetables in my bag, and return theirs! 

Another related hazard is that many cleaning workers tend to burn the garbage, and a good amount of it being plastic, it gives lot of hazardous smoke in the environment.

If your really look at it, this "user friendly" material is not so much wanted after the use. e.g. you don't want that plastic cover which your bike had when you purchased it. Neither you want the cover on the cd that you bought. I don't think plastic shoes are popular, and nobody wears a plastic suit!(Imagine yourself in a plastic shirt, pant, and hosiery!) So we keep plastic as distant from a personal use as possible, but use it so often for an intermediate use.

Thank you for not using any (more) plastic!

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Friday, September 26, 2008

Ragi Gudda Temple

If you want to breath fresh air in Bangalore city, you should go to Ragi Gudda temple. Walk up the top of the temple, and enjoy the freshness of the breeze!
Very well maintained, clean and neat, well organized temple. Like an exhibition, you enter in it from one side and passing through a well directed railing, you exit after seeing all the idols in the temples
It carries an energy, a presence that is attractive...

At the end of the visit of course, you are served with delicious sweet and tasty Prasadam and you would leave with a satisfied feeling.

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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Life and afterlife of a research scholar

Over the past five years, I have confronted these three questions at least a thousand times, when I tell someone that I am doing research for PhD: So how is it going on, when it will get over, and what you will do after that!?
The expressions behind the questions are often varied from simple curiosity to total surprise, from personal concern to "oh my God, what is he doing"!
To enlighten all on this peculiar type of living, here are some answers.
First, the research scholars are not near to extinction, fighting for survival species. We get good stipend and accommodation, food and other facilities that any softy guy would envy... Plus we have flexible timings and we don't travel 1 hour to the office! So chill, being a research scholar is a cool life.

Second, as to when it will get complete, I will let you know when it is done. Dont worry, everything that has a beginning has an end.

Third, what after PhD.
Again, I hope those with PhD do survive in this world, else it would be height of educated unemployment!
Nevertheless, thanks for all your concern.
Here is what I might do after PhD:

  1. Go on a vacation for two months
  2. Go for a post doc... yes, research has no end
  3. Go learn guitar and piano and dances
  4. Scuba diving in Goa
  5. Skydiving
  6. Join an Animation course and produce high quality 3D movies
  7. Become a Journalist and tell real tales: Join SSCMS!?
  8. Join SSRVM and open up schools that really educate kids not make them muggers
  9. Organise an Utsav
  10. Become YES!+ teacher
  11. Teach in BSc and MSc Physics at any place in the world
  12. Open a Satvik Ayurvedic restaurant
  13. Become an Ayurvedic Doctor
  14. Write books on Physics
  15. Do an MBA
  16. Learn java and become a softy.
  17. Go on a world tour, the hitchhikers way.
  18. Become an astronaut and go to moon
  19. Take a lift from some spaceship and go hitchhike in the galaxy
  20. All of above
  21. None of above

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

movies abound!

Singh is Kinng

I enjoyeed this one not only because Akshay kumar is cool and natural and the Katrina sizzles, but because there was a group of friends in the audi who were dancing on the tunes of "Singh is King, Singh is King, Singh is King"!!! There was this one guy in them who would whistle, clap, make action and on the dance got up and started dancing! After all the King ness is all about style! I too joined in and sported in clapping and singing and whistling...! It was fun. After all a movie should be an experience, not just watching... Their official website is nice!

Rock on!!
I went to this movie after reading Bhawana's review. The "Magik" of this classy movie still persists... Saw it twice. We went in a big group with lots of YES!+ Junta who were having a lot of fun, waving and singing along the rock... like a real rock show! Ohh how I wish to grow hair long enough!

The scenes are classy and touching.. well chosen backdrops, music that speaks the emotion... I love that song

So sweet of her to say that may our talks get dissolved in the melodies!
I like the spirit of their coming back... KD keeps all happy, and finally Aditya let's go of the past... The disparities come to an end and its truly remarkable how grace moves their lives!

Prachi Desai plays a very sweet, soft, emotional and dignified role as Sakshi.
Kudos to the whole team who made it!

Mamma Mia
I loved the music and particularly the song "slipping through my fingers..." so nice expressions through music. Bau has written a nice review on this movie. I kept humming mixed up lyrics from the movie for hours later! The music and lyrics in the movie just intermixes with the prose and flows through the simple actions! lovely!

Tuesday, September 23, 2008


"...," this is the title of the Kannada movie in which His Holiness Sri Sri Ravishankar is taking part in!! Its a silent movie except for one dialogue by Sri Sri!! I am all curious to watch it... The actors are not allowed any lip movement too, only some sign language and face expressions! wuhu, how would it be! Check out news on this in article one and two. The director has set up a competition to decipher the title, and they have approached Guinness book for a record too!
Looks like, after lot of useless blabbering in most of the films and even in life, which anyways don't make much sense, this is an interesting initiative to convey what is beyond the words! :)
I love the Art of Living Foundation's Advanced course, in which we maintain some silence. And at the end of it, I don't even wish to talk! I feel how nice it would be if there was no words at all in all over the world!
hmmm. sometimes few words are necessary to bring out that silence.
Hats off to you Guruji, you have touched to all realms of expression!

Blind and born to play

My friend Aparna has written a nice blog article on a boy who is blind but can play piano!!check it out here...

Very inspiring indeed.

Terrorism, you and me

I woke up fresh and smiling on the Sunday morning
Only to hear the sad news of the Delhi blasts and killing
The Anger inside me started boiling
But sooner than I expected I got some healing

I went to the YES!+ Followup in Koramangala
It was so nice to catch up with friends who have similar agenda
The breathing was nice, a soothing feeling
Sorrow and anger was gone and compassion and trust started flowing

After the Kriya, Shailendra asked, which knowledge, tell me a page
Number 30, came a response. To my surprise it was this knowledge: 
Weekly Knowledge #324 Bad Antogast 28 Sep 2001 Germany


The act which is only destructive and inflicts suffering both on oneself and others is terrorism. In such an act, human values are lost in the process of achieving a goal.

Some of the factors that lead to terrorism are:

  • Frustration and desperation to achieve a goal
  • Confused emotion
  • Shortsightedness and Impulsive action
  • Belief in a non-verifiable concept of heaven and merit; a childish concept of God favoring some and angry at others, thereby undermining the omniscience and omnipotence of the Divine.
  • Terrorism induces fear psychosis in all, increases poverty, suffering and loss of life with no apparent gains. Instead of solutions the terrorist looks for destruction as an answer. If you simply criticize without giving a solution, know that this criticism comes from the same seed as terrorism!

    Although there are certain qualities you can appreciate in a terrorist such as:

  • Fearlessness
  • Commitment to a goal
  • Sacrifice
  • You will have to learn from them things that you should never do:

  • Valuing some ideas and concepts more than life.
  • Having a narrow perspective of life and dishonoring its diversity.
  • The Remedy for terrorism is:

  • Inculcate a broader perspective of life -- value life more than race, religion and nationality.
  • Educate people in human values – friendliness, compassion, cooperation and upliftment.
  • Teach methods to release stress and tension.
  • Cultivate confidence in achieving noble aims by peaceful and nonviolent means.
  • Create spiritual upliftment which can weed out destructive tendencies.
  • Question: Can it be that terrorism need not be only physical violence, but also cultural or economical?

    Sri Sri: Yes.

    Solution for economic violence – "Think globally, buy locally."

    Solution for cultural violence – "Broaden your vision, deepen your roots."

    Question: How does one cope with the aftermath of terrorism?

    Sri Sri: Faith and prayer. When disaster happens, anger is inevitable. To take precautions that one does not react wisdom is needed, not emotional outbursts. One mistake cannot be corrected by another mistake. Strive for multi-cultural and multi-religious education and spiritual upliftment to reach every part pf the globe. For the world will not be safe even if a small pocket of people are left ignorant.


    So relevant, Guruji has spoken
    Solutions given, much before the problem
    As we were listening in rapt attention
    We saw losing all our tension

    Together we decided to wind up communal fights
    By celebrating festivals with all colors and lights
    Together we decided to break the walls
    By greetings from hearts and waking up calls

    YES!+ Awakens India...
    Jai Bharat!

    P.S. Here is an excellent Article by Bawa on What can I do.

    Monday, September 22, 2008

    Lili @ my home

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    Friday, September 19, 2008

    Let's Learn Sanskrit!!

    I found a very nice site for learning Sanskrit through self study. Its here. Right from the writing of alphabets, there are lessons that you can take. .Of course, it will be useful if you already learnt the devanagari script. I have now come to a firm understanding that unless you learn the script of a language, there is no point in learning the words, and writing them in different script, because its just like you will become a dictionary then!
    So, which better place to start learning Sanskrit than this verse:

    If you don't read DevaNagari Script, then here is how to read it:

    guruh brahmaa guruh viShnu guruh devo maheshwarah
    guruh saakShaat param brahma tasmai shree gurave namah

    Free flowing translation is:

    Guru is Brahma, the lord of creativity, Guru is Vishnu, the lord of maintainance, Guru is Maheswara, the Lord of transformation. Guru is the ever pervading consciousness, I bow down to the Guru.

    Isn't Sanskrit Simple!!

    I searched and searched for the devanagari script version of the shloka, and finally decided to write it myself. I have used this excellent software for Indian Languages, called Baraha. Please make abundant use of this free software!
    Sanskrit is full of "Subhashitas", the wise proverbs... If you guys are interested, I will post them! :)

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    Stop burning garbage

    People burn the garbage on the roadsides and it creates a lot of pollution. Often fire is half done, and smoke keeps coming for hours later. I have personally extinguished 30-40 such roadside fires, you need to do it wherever you see it too!

    It creates lot of toxic gases because some garbage is plastic.
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    Birthday Celebrations... :)

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    Mission Green Earth!

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    YES!+ rocks!

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    Right to Emergency Care

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    Thursday, September 18, 2008

    Next 200 meters...

    If you have to travel from Ashram to home in the night, all you can see of the road is next 200 meters, in your headlight of the car or two wheeler...

    As they say in the movie the Secret, journey in life is similar, you have the goal, and the entire way to the destination may not be clear, but what you see is what you need to do next... and just like that is sufficient to drive a thousand miles in the dark night, so is it sufficient to live happily the entire life, and achieve the desired goals!

    Logan is here!

    We had some fantastic drives to Ashram and round the city in this pleasure to drive in car...! yuhu!

    Tuesday, September 16, 2008

    Chandan and Eyes!

    The Chandan and Tilak was looking really good that day, so thought of staring in the camera! :)
    Do you were Chandan/Tilak/Bindi/Kumkum !??

    Do you know why in our culture it has been a tradition to put it on...!!!???!!!
    Many think its not stylish, but I tell you it really adds a glory to your face! I like to see decorative bindis on many girls... And without Chandan and Tilak a guy's face looks rather blank!

    Scientifically, application of these things is supposed to simulate certain glands that rule entire body...

    Experiencially, I have always had an ease of decision making, an ease in concentration and focus whenever I put the tilak... In fact I feel something is missing, when I don't!

    Second thing I wish to bring out is, look in the eyes of the people! They reveal everything you would ever want to know!
    I do this exercise for few years now... Since I was in IIT for my Masters... I walk in the crowd and look in their eyes... and each person tells me a story! What's happening inside. Is that person happy or worried... Is thinking, planning, regretting, or enjoying. I walk like a King surveying his country... It showed me lot of reality in lives of people, without talking to them!

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    Monday, September 15, 2008


    The favourite offering to Ganesha is Durva, a special type of fresh grass. What is so special about it! There is a secret...! The freshness of this type of grass has a very soothing effect on your mind. If you are getting sleep disturbance or lots of fearful dreams, just keep few bits of this grass near your pillow before you go to sleep... you will have a sound sleep!

    Well, its time to bid farewell to dear Ganeshji... See here a fantastic interpretation by Bawa on why we put back the idols in the rivers or a sea...! In Marathi we have a saying "Pudhalya Varshi Lavakar ya!", meaning please come early next year, we will be eagerly waiting for you...!

    Having bid farewell to Lord Ganesha, time is coming close to welcome the Godesses Lakshmi, Durga, Saraswati... in Navaratri!
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    Saturday, September 13, 2008

    Happy Onam to all!

    Onam celebrates the homecoming of the legendary King Mahabali. Celebrated with great joy in Kerala and other parts of South India, this is a festival filled with elaborate feasts, folk songs, elegant dances, energetic games, elephants, boats and flowers! www.onamfestival.org is an excellent website for the information on this festival.

    The Legend goes that the King Mahabali ruled wisely and judiciously, and all the people in his kingdom were happy and prosperous. The King's popularity continued to go endlessly and it also gave him lot power and a big ego. The Gods requested the Lord Vishnu to control the King's power. The Lord Vishnu took form of a Brahmin boy and appeared in front of the King. He asked the King of a donation, and the generous King said ask whatever you want, I will give it. The Boy asked for the land that can be covered in his three Footsteps. The King agreed. The boy suddenly started becoming huge in size and covered the whole sky with one foot, the whole earth with another, and asked the King where he should keep the third footstep. The King recognized that the boy was the Divine himself, and said that please keep your third foot on my head. Lord Vishnu did so, and pushed the King to the nether world. The Lord was compassionate to the King and offered him a boon for all his good qualities. The King with all his love for his people, asked the boon to visit them once a year. The day of the Onam is the homecoming of the beloved King for the people to their homes. They rejoice and celebrate his return in this festival.

    Our mythology is so nice. The King symbolizes the Ego, which when grown too much, can cause harm to oneself and others. The Lord Vishnu is the maintainer of the Universe, or the Energy within us that maintains a balance for existence and proper living. The Brahmin boy symbolises the knowledge of life. The knowledge of life shows us that life alone encompasses all realms, and then the Ego humbly bows down. Uncovered by the Ego, we would love to go and meet people, which is what the homecoming of the King symbolises! And devoid of Ego, the celebration is spontaneous!

    Also, if we look at the timings of the Festivals in India, we will notice that the work and celebration is put together by wise men in this country. This is the harvesting time, and for a country with huge farmland and large population of farmers, this is a time of great hardwork. The wise sages have given the celebration to go hand in hand by choosing this time for Onam!
    Don't forget to check out www.onamfestival.org for the amazing details, fun games and things related to Onam!

    Work in Celebration! Celebrate your work!

    Thursday, September 11, 2008

    Bihar Flood Relief work

    Art of Living Foundation is doing excellent service in Bihar Flood Relief work. Check out the details in this webpage.

    Wednesday, September 10, 2008

    Bangalore - A place to experience the Theory of relativity ??

    Yesterday I was driving back to home from office in my good old pulsar.It's been 4 years since I bought this.Since then it's been serving me very loyally even when a car has come to take it's place.A very good companion I can say..I love driving long distances without a break @ high speeed..The thrill on the mind,the chill on the face,the vroom on the ears, the zig zag road infront of the eyes are worth a million and gives me the kick to do it again and again.My office is little far from my home.It's just 20 kilometers.Yes it is.The time to drive up this would vary daily based on many factors.It varies from 35 mins to 1 hour.Infact it would be appropriate to say the distance is 1 hour drive and thats what most people here in Bangalore would do.Self pity is not a good idea.But being a Bangalorean, after driving in Bangalore one cannot but pity on oneself.The 10 mins walk will take 30 mins if you set out on your car or bike.Nightmares and emotional peaks are guaranteed if you are in Bangalore.Theory of relativity can be experienced daily.Hope this will change once metro and overpasses have come into existence.Will see how soon it happens.

    Ganesha @ my home

    Contentment is the mother of creativity. And one who even briefly thinks of the Divine gets contented. No wonder then that the artists never tire out of enthusiasm in making different forms of Lord Ganesha. To my happiness, a number of these creations, have been gifted to me by my friends!

    Gifted by Ekta. And of course, since I am such a good photographer, there is some nice light effect as you can see!! :)

    Gifted by Sarita. The idol reminds me of our long lasting friendship.

    I think I got this one as a gift in YES!+. :)

    I just loved this one in Divine Shop at Ashram, so didn't stop to bring home. I feel a lot of life in this one.

    My friend Bhawana has put up an article on the meaning of the Idol of Ganesha. You can see it here.

    And Bawa the great is writing an amazing series of articles on Ganeshji. Here is introduction, article one, article two!

    A Hindu talking about Ganesha won't be surprising, a Parsi talking about Parsi religion is not surprising either, but a Parsi writing on the Secret of Lord Ganesha is simply amazing. This is true secularism, respecting all and following one. A true mark of an Art of Living Teacher, embracing all religions.

    Tuesday, September 9, 2008

    Who can tell me the meaning of this?

    இந்த தமிழ் எழுத்துக்கள் என்ன?

    Will it be yummy forever??

    Just came back from lunch..yes I had it late.I was very busy with the work in the morning.If you see the meaning for work in my dictionary you will get a different meaning altogether.My co is very flexible and let me do things I want even though if it is during work hours.A typical day in any techie's life would consist of these things - Mails,Browsing,Reading,orkutting,blogging,music,eating,occasional parties,chatting, and hardly any work done in these timings and if he/she is an AOL techie then calling seva will take precedence over other tasks now and then.Generally lunch in offices are like girl friends.Initially they would be very tasty and healthy and you would be wealthy.As the time moves on the taste would change and that taste would be perfectly alright and good according to the caterers.Today I missed my lunch and had a mango drink with Noodles to charge myself.Even in the shop where they serve the noodles and pastries, you can't find eggless pastries which I desperately look for at times.

    When I asked about this, the owner promptly responded that I was only and first person who asked for eggless pastry and also added if he had purchased and kept the eggless pastries it would become hard and nobody would like it.Yucky is the food sometimes in these cafeterias.Very rarely do we get a chance to taste a decent food.Are you wondering how?Because of our complaints they would change the caterer and then the new food would be yummy because it would stimulate different taste buds than the previous food used to stimulate.It changes from yummy - yucky - yummy - yucky...Will it be yummy forever??

    1st Post - Love - Guruji - Comments - Welcome - Passion - Food - Travel - Cinema - Yes It's Dilemma!!

    I've been thinking of writing my first post in our blog!!After delibrate attempt and effort I found that today is that auspicious day to start with that 1st post.Just kidding.Abhay has already crossed 70.Real inspiration for me to write this.But what should I write about on my first post?This is the question that was in my mind while I've decided to write.Atlast I found the suitable title.Dilemma!What a better word I can think of other than this to describe the state of mind when someone starts writing!True.There are numerous things infront of me to write about.Life is giving me many things to express its love.So many things to express my love towards life.Abhay,Vivek and whoever have ever looked for my post in this blog, Here is my first post.More things will follow after this.Let me know if you read this. :-)

    Friday, September 5, 2008

    And the difference is...

    In the Post Title Font color and Post Title Font Size! Good guesses, and Bhawana got it right! I changed the Color of old Post title from dull black to the current one, and increased the font size from 135% to 175%... Previously it used to look like this,

    And now it looks like this:

    I was waiting for this change for number of days, only yesterday got the time to do it.

    Here is how to do it. In Layout, Edit Html, Search for the following 2 things...

    And Replace them with these....(change is only in the value associated with the font color and size)
    I don't know the exact logic of numbering and colors, something to do with RGB Scheme... May be our techie friend Vivek can write an article on which number for which color. I just used LCS, Littel Common Sense, and changed the numbers till I got the right combo!
    You can play like that with your blog layout quite easily. Don't touch the tags with <> and don't forget to save the copy of your current template before you tamper it!
    If you like any blog template, or for that matter any web design, there is a simple way to know what lies beneath. When you open it ine your internet explorer or Firefox, go to View, Page Source. or View Source. Something like that will be there. Check out this website for html,or such similar websites, to understand the meaning of html syntax. Correlate the things in the source and those on the webpage... That way you can bring those changes in your blog. Its that simple. Happy troubleshooting HTML!

    Thursday, September 4, 2008

    waah, what a lunch!

    On occassion of Ganapati Festival, the Prasanna Ganapati Temple in Koramangala performed the Sahastra Modaka Ganapati Homa. After the Homa they offered lunch to all the visitors to the temple, about 1000!
    A meal in the traditional way on the banana leaf was so fulfiling! They did multiple servings, the lunch had Pongal, Masala Bhat, Payasam(a sweet kheer) , a mixed vegetable which was served hot and was not spicy, salad and boondi, chutney, plain rice and dal! The pongal and Payasam had abundance of cashew-nuts.
    Apart from the taste and style, the happy atmosphere and devoted serving made it such a worthwhile meal. May God bless all those who give me good food!

    Find the Difference!

    So, what's the new thing that I have done to my blog! Find out the difference! Its not so difficult, but it may not be so obvious also!

    Wednesday, September 3, 2008

    Happy Ganeshotsav to all!

    Today is the day of worshipping the lord of all wisdom, the Lord Ganesha. He resides in you!
    The symbols have a meaning in our intellect and an impact on our mind. With the elephant's head what does Ganesha tell you!? Elephant is a vegetarian, yet strongest animal. He is not afraid of anyone, and anything comes in his way, he will throw away and go ahead. That's what is your potential, to overcome any obstacles in the path. That's why Ganesha is also called as Vighna-harta, remover of all obstacles. With small eyes, and wide ears, he suggests you that don't rely only on what you see, also take into account what you hear, and then make the whole picture. The big belly is a symbol of contentment, prosperity, total joy. His four hands are engaged in four different things. Be skilled to do different things simultaneously. He is also called 'Ganapati'- the in charge of all ganas, the individuals. Your true self is encompassing all the individual identities you have made up for yourself. Uniting them you become one with yourself. In the days of Farari, why should one want a little mouse as a vehicle!? A vehicle is what takes you from one place to another. The little mouse signifies the small, simple piece of logic, a subtle enquiry, with which you can achieve all knowledge. One hand of Ganesha is in the pose of giving blessing, and other is offering the Modak, a Maharashtrian sweet. This way he says, "Wait wait, I am giving sweets to you"!

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