sign of God

Bring Perfumes Sweet To MeFROM out the street of So-and-So,
Oh wind, bring perfumes sweet to me
For I am sick and pale with woe;
Oh bring me rest from misery!
The dust that lies before her door,
Love’s long desired elixir, pour
Upon this wasted heart of mine–
Bring me a promise and a sign!Shams al-Din Hafiz
(1325 – 1389 )Good and God’s morning …… 

in India perfume is known as Kushboo and meaning of this is smell of happiness …..

and a foul smell is known as DURGAND and it means what makes you apart or increase distance between two hearts …… 

all languages were and are formulated by genius minds with spiritual and scientific wisdom ….. 

some body ask me what is sign of God ….. answered ……Kushboo …..smell of happiness ….

be sensitive for this mild fragrance … I will update this page …. Whispers of fragrant breeze

sign on this page so I know you have been there like God …..

love all.

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dance of eternal bliss


Dance is spiritual science of oneness of timeless feminine soul and time bound masculine body …. to mirror divine ….

and when it happens every feminine souls or female Gopis mirror universal consciousness Krishna ….. on the full moonlit night ….

that is known as MAHARASA …… dance of eternal bliss …

Maharasa or eternal bliss has a mythological story where Lord Shiva wants to witness this eternal dance and as per this story he has to dress like a female to enter ….. this gathering ….

many time people ask lord Krishna is a man than how he can be there …… one has to understand Lord Krishna is called the PURNA AVATAR ….. means completely like God ….

and that is the reason Krishna is always depicted in blue colour …. the colour of the infinite sky ….. and Lord Krishna is always shown as clean shave and without mustache and without shoes …… the genius way of Hinduism to put lot of spiritual and scientific wisdom behind all this symbolic signs ….

feminine is the nature of soul ….a woman has a natural inclination and man has to develop it ….. so to be a Divine dancer ……be a man or woman outside but be with a feminine nature inside ….feminine nature is creativity and dance in all forms and styles is creative …

be a divine dancer today and everyday

today is international dance day ….. children are born divine dancers …… every atom has a dancing electrons so basic nature of us …… basically eternity is dancing on eternity like a football ….. timeless soul encased in time body …… in dance we all become divine mirrors of oneness ….. children are divine mirror ….let us dance like children of God …..

The Nataraj Statue at CERN, Geneva:

In 2004, a 2m statue of the dancing Shiva was unveiled at CERN, the European Center for Research in Particle Physics in Geneva. A special plaque next to the Shiva statue explains the significance of the metaphor of Shiva’s cosmic dance with quotations from Capra: “Hundreds of years ago, Indian artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. In our time, physicists have used the most advanced technology to portray the patterns of the cosmic dance. The metaphor of the cosmic dance thus unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics.”

To sum up, here’s an excerpt from a beautiful poem by Ruth Peel:

“The source of all movement,
Shiva’s dance,
Gives rhythm to the universe.
He dances in evil places,
In sacred,
He creates and preserves,
Destroys and releases.

We are part of this dance
This eternal rhythm,
And woe to us if, blinded
By illusions,
We detach ourselves
From the dancing cosmos,
This universal harmony…”

love all.

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Tennis = love game of God

“I don’t want to be like some of those celebrities walking around, just so full of themselves.

I always want to be down-to-earth, want to be a person like when you meet them, they’re the same person that you think of them in the article or something.”

— Serena Williams.

Serena Jameka Williams (born September 26, 1981) is an American professional tennis player and a former world no. 1. The Women’s Tennis Association has ranked her world no. 1 in singles on five separate occasions. She became the world no. 1 for the first time on July 8, 2002 and regained this ranking for the fifth time on November 2, 2009.[2] She is considered by many to be the greatest female tennis player in the modern era 

Good and God’s morning …..

Sunday is my date to update my sports page on facebook and wordpress ……

Tennis = love…

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Indian music “not an art but life itself.”


That is infinite, this is infinite…..
From That infinite this infinite comes……
From That infinite……. 
this infinite removed or added……
Infinite remains infinite.

Peace! Peace! Peace! 

Sound (nada) is believed to be the heart of the process of creation. In Hinduism, the sacred syllable Om embodies the essence of the universe – it is the “hum” of the atoms and the music of the spheres – and sound in general represents the primal energy that holds the material world together.Nada Brahma is a primal word in Indian spirituality, a primal word that also refers to India’s great classical music.

The origin of Indian music is enshrined in beautiful tales and legends. It is common Hindu practice to attribute the beginning of a branch of learning to a divine origin through Lord Shiva, also called Nataraja, is supposed to be the creator of Sangita, and his mystic dance symbolizes the rhythmic motion of the universe.

He transmitted the knowledge of cosmic dance to the rishi Bharata, through one of his ganas. Tandu. The dance is called tandava and Bharata thus became the first teacher of music to men, and even to apsaras, the heavenly dancers.

Similarly, the rishi Narada, who is depicted as endlessly moving about the universe playing on his vina (lute) and singing, is believed to be another primeval teacher of music.

Under the name of Gandharava Veda, a general theory of sound with its metaphysics and physics appears to have been known to the ancient Hindus. From such summaries as have survived till modern times, it seems that the properties of sound, not only in different musical forms and systems but also in physics, medicine, and magic.

The hymns of the Rig Veda contain the earliest examples of words set to music, and by the time of the Sama Veda a complicated system of chanting had been developed.

By the time of the Yajur Veda, a variety of professional musicians had appeared, such as lute players, drummers, flute players, and conch blowers.”

Since the most ancient times, music in India has been practiced as a spiritual science and art, a means to enlightenment. Sangita, which originally meant drama, music and dance, was closely associated with religion and philosophy.

At first it was inextricably interwoven with the ritualistic and devotional side of religious life. The recital and chant of mantras has been an essential element of vedic ritual throughout the centuries.

According to Indian philosophy, the ultimate goal of human existence is moksha, liberation of the atman from the life-cycle, or spiritual enlightenment; and nadopasana (literally, the worship of sound) is taught as an important means for teaching this goal.
The highest musical experience is ananda, the “divine bliss.” This devotional approach to music is a significant feature of Indian culture.

Indian music is art nearest to life. That is why Irish poet William Butler Yeats (1856-1939) a 1923 Nobel Laureate in Literature, has aptly described Indian music “not an art but life itself.”

ram0ram footnote …… Saturday is my date to update my music blog on wordpress and on facebook ….. so thought give you little insight of Indian music …..

Music = harmony with God

“one who knows the inner meaning of the sound of the lute, who is expert in intervals and in modal scales and knows the rhythms, travels without effort upon the way of liberation.

– (Yajnavalkya Smriti III, 115).

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