Saturday Movie : True Grit 1969

Love this western movie for many reasons . courage of a 14 year young girl , photography , story and cast and their role performances .

True Grit, American western film , released in 1969, that was a late career triumph for , who won his only Academy Award for his performance as the U.S. marshal Rooster Cogburn.

John Wayne in True Grit
John Wayne in True Grit

Mattie Ross (played by Kim Darby ) is a headstrong 14-year-old girl who is determined to find her father’s killer, Tom Chaney . She hires the drunken and slovenly Cogburn to help her track Chaney in a remote expanse of wilderness where outlaws roam freely. They are joined by La Boeuf .

John Wayne
(as Rooster Cogburn)

Goudy: Now is it not true that you sprang up on old man Wharton and his two sons with a deadly, six shot revolver in your hand?
Rooster Cogburn: I always try to be ready.
Goudy: Was this revolver loaded and cocked?
Rooster Cogburn: Well, a gun that’s unloaded and cocked ain’t good for nothin’.

Kim Darby
(as Mattie Ross)

Mattie Ross: [watching Rooster load his revolver] Why do you keep that one chamber empty?
Rooster Cogburn: So I won’t shoot my foot off.

Strother Martin
(as Col. G. Stonehill)

Mattie Ross: Do you know a Marshal Rooster Cogburn?
Col. G. Stonehill: Most people around here have heard of Rooster Cogburn and some people live to regret it. I would not be surprised to learn that he’s a relative of yours.

Mattie Ross: I hope you don’t think I’m going to keep you in whiskey?
Rooster Cogburn: I don’t buy that, I confiscate it. And a touch of it wouldn’t do you any harm against the night air!
Mattie Ross: I would not put a thief in my mouth to steal my brains!
Rooster Cogburn: Well, it’s the real article! Genuine, double-rectified bust head. Aged in the keg.

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

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Music Bath

Take a music bath once


twice a week for a few seasons.

You will find it is to the soul…..


a water bath is to the body.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. 

(August 29, 1809 – October 7, 1894)

An American physicianpoetprofessorlecturer, and author.

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

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Love of Learning

“If we succeed in giving the love of learning, the learning itself is sure to follow.”

― John Lubbock,

(30 April 1834 – 28 May 1913)

Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea,

are excellent schoolmasters,


teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.
John Lubbock

what is love of learning …….

love is a yearning  of our inner core to explore our origin

for that we need to learn from nature or in the classroom ……

beauty is the essence of our learning from nature …..


creativity is essence of classroom teaching to explore nature ….

what we understand as modern science


creativity is science of spirituality where we share our love of learning


different ways of individual expressions into performing arts and crafts.

LEARN has EAR in center ……

Ear is an organ works 24 x 7  and gives us sense of time

and at the same time art of listening to listen timeless …….

Indian classical music is basically art of listening timeless

so are the music around the globe

Indian way is a visual expression ……. learning can be made interesting by way of visual communication or by story telling ……. which brings love of learning ….look at the picture and as you will contemplate on it ……. the picture will start talking to you with its hidden meaning

Saraswati is the Goddess of learning, knowledge, and wisdom. The Sanskrit word sara means “essence” and swa means “self.” Thus Saraswati means “the essence of the self.”

Saraswati is represented in Hindu mythology as the divine consort of Lord Brahma, the Creator of the universe. Since knowledge is necessary for creation, Saraswati symbolizes the creative power of Brahma. 

The lotus is a symbol of the Supreme Reality,  By sitting on a lotus, Saraswati signifies that She is Herself rooted in the Supreme Reality, and symbolizes supreme knowledge.

The white color symbolizes purity and knowledge. The white sari that the Goddess is wearing denotes that She is the embodiment of pure knowledge.

each object in the picture signifies wisdom , wisdom and wisdom , …… explore 

let Goddess Saraswathi bestows us with love of learning …..

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

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Magic of Music

I had to listen to the classical music because it calms down,clams my nerves down.
Novak Djokovic

Wind is a music .

Music has a trans formative effect on our nerves at the time of tight rope walking in life . a morning meditation monologue of 20 Dec 2018 .

love all.

(c) ram H singhal

Saint of Santoor

Famous santoor player Pandit Bhajan Sopori , the saint of santoor, passes away on 2 June 2022.

It was almost 11 oclock in the night in year 2007 and in a live solo concert Pandit Bhajan Sopori santoor recital kept every music lover spellbound till this late hour including me and when concert almost ended midnight to express my sincere appreciation went on stage , amazing human met with warmness and knowing from the organisers about finding a open resturant at this hour for dinner , invited Pandit ji and his team of 12 to have a good vegetarian meal at my Home Heritage House .

I met him and his Son Abhay several times and always attended his concerts whenever visited New Delhi .

Last time I spoke with him when he called me after receiving My book ” Own zerO ” in year 2021 and he been kind to write a review for my Book ,

With moist eyes bid farewell to this Genius from this world of Time


His music will always remain Timeless .

Love all .

(c) ram H singhal

Music : flow of life

Good and God’s morning …..

“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” 
― Albert Einstein

how great this spiritual scientist Albert Einstein was ….

music is harmony of time and timeless …..harmony of left and right brain ….. harmony is vibrating at the same frequency as of nature …… harmony is harmony within for a flow of life outside …..

many time people ask why Indian music has raga system which corresponds with every hour of day and night ?….. 

Sun and Moon movements make temperature of day and night in every season of the year and produce flow of air waves at a particular wave length and vibrations …… 

as two eyes vision merge to bring the dimension of depth so is Indian raga music system … the vibrations of the artist performance match with the vibrations of air to produce a stereo phonic divine depth experience of timelessness …..

this experience of this timelessness is the purpose of all world music ….and thanks God ….. Indian classical music is truly a music of timelessness … being my date to update my wordpress Music blog …….Music = harmony with God.

what ever music I post on my Blog has to have this dimension of timelessness ……. and love music from across the world ….I am a world music citizen …..and my religion is music only ….but before that not to forget ….

See how beautifully….. God has added one more day in our life…….life is a celebrations of everyday as birthday….Happy Birthday to everyone …….with all the good wishes and greetings …..

so start this morning with this clip features a rendition of Basant Mukhari, a morning raga. This is the alap (solo) part of the performance. The concert was recorded on March 9th, 1991 in Bern Switzerland. Krishnaji is accompanied on the tabla by Jatindra Thakur, and on tanpura by Gunther Becker…

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

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Pandit Suman Ghosh

Shri Suman Ghosh – Vocal Raag: Bageshree

Tabla: Shri Hindole Majumdar

Harmonium: Shri Sudhir Yardi

Saptak Annual Festival 2017

Date: 10/01/2017

Venue: Amrut Modi School Of Management,Vastrapur Ahmedabad

An internationally acclaimed exponent of the Mewati Gharana of Hindustani Classical Music and a torch-bearing disciple of Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj Ji, Pandit Suman Ghosh’s mellifluous voice, combined with his soul-stirring artistry and technical perfection, elevates music to divinity, leaving worldwide audiences spellbound. Describing his concert in 2015, The Times of India headline read “A Night of Musical Bliss”. His musicianship and his unique and unmatched contributions towards the spread of Hindustani classical music have earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.

Besides his genius as a performing musician, Pandit Ghosh is also a path-finding Guru. As the founder of the Center for Indian Classical Music of Houston (CICMH), he has been spearheading the cause of this music in its purest form for over a decade. The Hindu, writes … “Well-known for his spiritually inspiring concert performances, innovative workshops and lectures, Pt. Suman Ghosh, shuffles between performance and academics with equal ease”.

In the midst of riyaaz (intense practice), imparting taalim (training his disciples), composing, sharing his vision with his team of dedicated followers, and planning the intricate details of upcoming endeavors, Pandit Ghosh is a model family man. He is married to Smt. Shashikala Ghosh, who, besides being the truly loving and caring Guruma (Guru Mother) for their disciples, bridges Pandit Ghosh’s musical and personal life seamlessly. Their daughters – Amiya and Apurva, and son – Aarohan Jashojeet, are also integral parts of their parents’ musical journey. Here, ‘musicality begins at home’.

Love all.

( Compiled ) ram H singhal

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Someone Like You : by Adele

A track from Adele’s second album, ’21’, ‘Someone Like You’ has reached a huge audience, without synthesizers or Auto-Tune.  It was the first single of the 2010s to sell over one million copies in the UK.

I heard that you’re settled down
That you found a girl and you’re married now
I heard that your dreams came true
Guess she gave you things, I didn’t give to you
Old friend, why are you so shy?
Ain’t like you to hold back or hide from the light

I hate to turn up out of the blue, uninvited
But I couldn’t stay away, I couldn’t fight it
I had hoped you’d see my face
And that you’d be reminded that for me, it isn’t over

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

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