Tenali Rama I

1. Tenali Ramakrishna- Introduction
Laughter brings a sense of lightness and freshness and infuses a new spirit. All people laugh; but only a few can make others laugh. And only a specially gifted man can make a king, careworn with the burden of administration, laugh! Laughter mirrors a man’s nature. What does a man laugh at, whom does he make fun of and why-these can show how mature his mind is. Humour enlightens the foolish pride of others and tries to correct others a… http://bit.ly/98jP1E

Banana as medicine and other uses

The main ingredients of all fruits which we need are fibre and among the citrus family of fruits are the Vit C relevant to our disease profile in India,of increasing cardiovascular diseases of heart diseases,diabetes and stroke
and cancer,there is definitely a very strong need to include more anti-oxidants,fibre rich food in our diet.

The fruits good from anti-oxidant point of view are all the citrus family like oranges,mosambi.mandarins,clementines… http://bit.ly/cQzaYn

Healthy Food Substitutes

Whether you are health conscious or a little overweight or blessed with a speedy metabolic rate, keeping an eye on your diet is always recommended.
Cutting down your food intake is always the answer. All it takes is a sensible substitute. Here are a few suggestions for healthy substitutions.

Gelatine desserts vs. cakes and brownies

We all know just how rich cakes and brownies can be and that these rich delicacies leave us poorer in health. Gelatine desserts can be a de… http://bit.ly/9l1kqN

Why is a wife called a better half

This is interesting. Try it out! Why should the wedding ring be worn on the fourth finger?
There is a beautiful and convincing explanation given by the Chinese…..

Thumb represents your Parents
Second (Index) finger represents your Siblings
Middle finger represents your-Self
Fourth (Ring) finger represents your Life Partner
& the Last (Little) finger represents your children

Firstly, open your palms (face to face), bend the middle fingers and hold them together – back to


Gandhi and Secularism

Mahatma Gandhi was a keen student of all religions. Apart from his study of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, he was an avid reader of Christian and Islamic scriptures as well. All forms of religion attracted Gandhi immensely, and through his thorough understanding of all, he successfully arrived at a composite understanding of religion and God as a whole. This holistic understanding of man’s spiritual quest led Gandhi to adopt and preach a theory of tolerance and mutual respect founded on truth a… http://bit.ly/cpnpaK