Monday, August 07, 2006

interesting eye teaser 2

You may not see it at first, but the white spaces read the word optical, the blue landscape reads the word illusion. Look again! Can you see why this painting is called an optical illusion?
You probably read the word ME in brown, but....... when you look through ME you will see YOU!

This one is quite tricky! The word TEACH reflects as LEARN.

Thank you Tracy for the amazing picture

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Interesting Eye Teaser

Read out loud the text inside the triangle above.

More than likely you said, "A bird in the bush,"



and........ if this IS what YOU said, then you failed to see that the word THE is repeated twice! Sorry, look again.

Next, let's play with some words.

What do you see?

In black you can read the word GOOD, in white the word EVIL (inside each black letter is a white letter). It's all very physiological too, because it visualize the concept that good can't exist without evil (or the absence of good is evil ).

More coming up next week.Till then see ya

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Wednesday, July 05, 2006


This is forward e-mail which I received from my friend Vinoth.I found it very hilarious and I hope you will have a good laugh as I had when I read this mail.

In the days when you couldn't count on a public toilet facility, an English woman was planning a trip to India. She was registered to stay in a small guest house owned by the local schoolmaster. She was concerned as to whether the guest house contained a WC. In England, a bathroom iscommonly called a WC which stands for "Water Closet". She wrote to the schoolmaster inquiring of the facilities about the WC. The school master, not fluent in English, asked the local priest if he knew the meaning of WC. Together they pondered possible meanings of the letters and concluded that the lady wanted to know if there was a "Wayside Chapel" near the house . . . a bathroom never entered their minds. So the schoolmaster wrote the following reply:

Dear Madam,
I take great pleasure in informing you that the WC is located 9 miles from the house. It is located in the middle of a grove of pine trees, surrounded by lovely grounds. It is capable of holding 229 people and is open on Sundays and Thursdays. As there are many people expected in the summer months, I suggest you arrive early. There is, however, plenty of standing room. This is an unfortunate situation especially if you are in the habit of going regularly. It may be of some interest to you that my daughter was married in the WC as it was there that she met her husband. It was a wonderful event. There were 10 people in every seat. It was wonderful to see the expressions on their faces. We can take photos in different angle. My wife, sadly, has been ill and unable to go recently. It has been almost a year since she went last, which pains her greatly. You will be pleased to know that many people bring their lunch and make a day of it. Others prefer to wait till the last minute and arrive just in time. I would recommend your ladyship plan to go on a Thursday as there is an organ accompaniment. The acoustics are excellent and even the most delicate sounds can be heard everywhere. The newest addition is a bell which rings every time a person enters. We are holding a bazaar to provide plush seats for all since many feel it is long needed. I look forward to escorting you there myself and seating you in a place where you can be seen by all.
With deepest regards,
The Schoolmaster

The Woman fainted reading the reply........

Friday, June 30, 2006

Swami Vivekananda Titbits

I am always enjoyed myself reading some of swami vivekananda's thoughts.I hope you will find it useful and think about it for a minute.Have a nice day!

To help the suffering world was the gigantic task to which Buddha gave prominence . . . yet he had to spend years in self-searching, to realise the great truth . . . The greater the work, the more must have been the power of realisation behind.

"The Kingdom of Heaven is within you." Where goest thou to seek for the kingdom of God? asks Jesus of Nazareth, when it is there, within you.

Do not believe in a thing because you have read about it in a book.Do not believe in a thing because another man has said it was true.Do not believe in words because they are hallowed by tradition.Find out the truth for yourself.

Great work may have to pass through these stages - ridicule, opposition, and then acceptance. Each man who thinks ahead of his time will probably be greatly misunderstood.

Be pure to do good.

In some instances misery is a greater teacher than happiness.

Take care about what you think. Thoughts can travel far

swami vivekananda

Monday, June 26, 2006

True Love

Let’s talk about something interesting, that everyone would love to talk….LOVE
"True love is like ghosts, which everybody talks about and few have seen. "
This is the quote I came across when I was surfing the internet today. Is there true love? If there is true love what does it mean anyway? I really cannot say anything about it as I never been in love before. So if there is any of you have seen true love please explain it to me. If you don’t mind leave a comment about what you think about the quote. Have a nice day. Bye.



Tamil is among the four oldest languages in the world apart from Greek, Latin, and Sanskrit. Epic say that, then founder of the language, Sage Agasthiya came down to Earth to spread this beautiful language, on the request of Lord Shiva. He wrote the first Tamil grammar book Agathiyam. It was the first grammar book written for any language in the world. Unfortunately, no copy of this book is known to exist now. The version written by Agasthiya's disciple, Tholkaapiyar, nearly 5000 years ago, still exists, and is accepted as the oldest grammar book in any language. This book is called Tholkaapiyam, after its author. Thirukkural a tamil book on philosophy and life in general, was written by Thiruvalluvar, a sage and philosopher, about 2000 years ago. It is one of the greatest and most succinct books ever written, by popular and critical opinion. After the Bible, the Thirukkural is the book which has been translated into the most number of languages.
The Tamils can be defined as people, having Tamil as their mother tongue. South India has been homelands of the Tamils, from the beginning of recorded history. The region, roughly covered by the modern states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala are identified as ancient tamizakam up to about 10th century AD.
The four southernmost states of India- Tamiz Nadu, KeraLa, Karnataka, and Andra Pradesh- are predominantly linguistically Dravidian, each state carved out on the basis of predominance of the four major Dravidian languages. The Dravidian languages are mother tongues of about a quarter of the Indian population. Though about 80% of the speakers are found within the borders of these four South Indian states, a number of Dravidian languages have been identified in other parts of South Asia. Among the tribal languages of Central India, almost extending to the borders of Bengal, distinct from the Austro-Asiatic family of languages, many Dravidian languages have been identified. The northern reaches of this family have been located in isolated settlements in Nepal and Pakistan. The Brahui speakers are found in the hills of Baluchistan, almost on the borders of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran. So, the Dravidian family of languages is a South Asian family of languages in one sense. About 22 languages are classified as belonging to the Dravidian family and on linguisic criteria, sub-division as North, Central and South Dravidian are made.
Tamils alone number about 60 million people. Some evidence exists for Tamil influence , and strong Tamil presence in Sri Lanka, from about the 10th century. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Tamils migrated to some British colonies in search of employment and thus there are substantial Tamil populations in Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius, Fiji and South Africa. After the World War II, a movement of Tamil professionals to UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand is proceeding continuously. Due to the recent civil war type situation in Sri Lanka, many thousands of Tamils migrated and live in about 20 countries, with large numbers in Canada, Germany, France, and Switzerland. Within the Nordic countries, Norway and Denmark have more Tamils than Sweden.


Sunday, June 25, 2006

Try this quiz at
If the results are accurate,I am glad to hear that.
If not,don't scold me!Try it seriosuly and don't play!