Pandita Shubhada Paradkar

Pandita Shubhada Paradkar is now quite well known to the music lovers throughout the country and abroad also yet by chance listened her yesterday only . It is absolutely soul touching , just 3 for your listening .

Music is an universal language , just cherish this wonderful music .

Her performances are full of lively interaction with the rhythm and also she makes excellent use of semi-classical varieties like Thumri, Bhajan.

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Compiled for Saturday Music Blog

Flow of Silence

by ram H singhal

Enlightenment 360° Quotes : 07

Enlightenment 360° is ….. to Witness Something


Thoughts and Memory.

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Friday Wisdom Blog : Creative Enlightenment

Eveready : Last word of an Enlightened Mother

 It is certainly not an overstatement that Torch and battery cells and Eveready have been synonymous with each other in India for over a century.

So in Year 1957 we also had a torch and batteries as a precious possession in our large family of many brothers and sisters .  

one day as I was cleaning the torch and cells…. my mother asked what is on the cells written and what is this logo ?

so explained her in simple understandable words as she could do primary education only.

Eveready = Cat ever ready to drink Milk ( it was very common in 1950 – 1960 that cats will drinks milk from the open kitchens as refrigerators were not there . )

Asked her one day on her habit of regular bath year around morning and one before going to bed ?

This body is like a car from the God and I drive it everyday so always keep it clean inside and outside

Do not know ….when God want it back…..

So I am also like your battery cells….. Eveready

was her reply .

In Summer of year 2001 , me and my wife travelled to New York USA. as my elder son was graduating from Parsons School of Design . My wife decided to stay back with my son to travel around USA. both returned to India in first week of June 2001.

When she went to touch my mother’s feet for her blessings … mother told her….now you have come so it is my time to go and now I am already 82 so invite all family for Lunch on 7 June 2001.

on 7 th morning she was well but was in contemplation . At around 1 o’clock she asked every one to go and have lunch in Main Building in our Haveli.

….. and when all returned from the lunch it was almost her lunch time .

so I went and touched  her hands to enquire about lunch   and she opened her eyes looked at me…..looked at the picture of Lord Vishnu on the wall and told me……eveready…..and closed her eyes for ever.

In my opinion she was truly a spiritual and a person of 360° Enlightenment.

with tears of love on Her Death Anniversary as per Hindu Calendar.

Great saint Kabir’s bhajans ….Jhini jhini Chadriya….in the voice of Great maestro Kumar Gandharva’s eternal voice truly is picture of Her life.

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 (c ) ram H singhal

Nobel Prize 1930 in Physics

Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, ( 1988 – 1970 ) more popularly known as CV Raman the first Indian, Asian, Non-White person to win the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1930 for his pioneering work on scattering of light and  his contribution to science from ‘Raman Effect’  to ‘Raman lines .

India honoured Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, Bharat Ratna , the Highest Civilian Award of the Country in 1954 .

“All of us have seen that the sea appears blue, but we know from routine life experiences that water has no colour at all.

Have we ever thought why water acquires colour in rivers and seas?”

These were the few of the words while delivering lecture in Noble prize Ceremony.

A voyage to Europe in the summer of 1921 gave me the first opportunity of observing the wonderful blue opalescence of the Mediterranean Sea.

It seemed not unlikely that the phenomenon owed its origin to the scattering of sunlight by the molecules of the water.

CV Raman acknowledges how he turned the available opportunity into achievement on implementing his ideas encountered in his life events.

Ask the right questions, and nature will open the door to her secrets. CV Raman

The essence of science is independent thinking, hard work, and not equipment. When I got my Nobel Prize, I had spent hardly 200 rupees on my equipment.  CV Raman

Science is a fusion of man’s aesthetic and intellectual functions devoted to the representations of nature. It is therefore the highest form of creative art. CV Raman

The essence of the scientific spirit is to realise what a wonderful world it is that we live in. CV Raman

I have a feeling that if the women of India take to Science, they will achieve what even men have failed to do. Women have one quality – the quality of devotion. It is one of the most important passports to success in Science. Let us not imagine that intellect is a sole prerogative of males, in Science. CV Raman

The true wealth of a nation consists not in the stored-up gold but in the intellectual and physical strength of its people. CV Raman

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for Tuesday Science Blog : Mind of Zero

Enlightenment 360° Quotes : 06

Enlightenment 360° is ….. to notice something beyond

One Who Watches


One Who is Aware.

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Friday Wisdom Blog : Creative Enlightenment

ROLAND-GARROS 2021 : Champions

World number one Novak Djokovic has won his 19th Grand Slam title by beating Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 in a five-set thriller! and become the first man in the Open Era to win all four Grand Slam titles at least twice.


The 22-year-old gave it everything during his first Grand Slam final before falling in five to Djokovic

In a first Grand Slam final for both, Barbora Krejcikova defeats Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. Krejcikova becomes the first Czech woman to win the Roland-Garros singles title since Hana Mandlikova in 1981.

Barbora Krejcikova becomes the first woman since Mary Pierce in 2000 to sweep both singles and doubles titles at Roland-Garros, thanks to a 6-4, 6-2 victory alongside fellow Czech Katerina Siniakova against Iga Swiatek and Bethanie Mattek-Sands.

No.6 seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut take a second Roland-Garros doubles title with a 4-6, 7-6(1), 6-4 triumph over Kazakhstan’s Alexander Bublik and Andrey Golubev.

In the mixed doubles, Great Britain’s Joe Salisbury and America’s Desirae Krawczyk only drop a set when they reach the final, where they face Russian pair Aslan Karatsev and Elena Vesnina, taking the title 2-6, 6-4, 10-5.

Novak Djokovic ended Rafael Nadal’s reign at the French Open with a four-set win in a classic semi-final which will be ranked among the all-time great matches on the Roland Garros clay.

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