“How can we let a lowly Kurba in/” the Brahmins of the Mutta hurled at the man, Vadiraja Teertha decided it was time to humble the arrogant Brahmins. He had immense faith in the devotion of the man, so he kept quiet. The Man stood out and sang the praise of the Lord ... Lo …
I am honey, God’s gift to mankind.
But seriously, this kind of messy situations, gift is an Old English word that means payment for a wife, dowry, it is related Old Norse gipt,Old High German gift, gothic fragits all of which mean endowment, engagement
Gift by law is a present or thing bestowed gratuitously. The term is generally restricted to mean spontaneous transfers inter vivo or real personal property.
A gift requires
- A competent donor
- An eligible donee
- An existing identifiable thing or interest
- An intention to donate
- A delivery that is the transfer of posse ion to or for the donee and relinquishment by the donor of ownership control and power to revoke
- Finally acceptance by the donee.
So what do I share? Books,
My talents? Well my talents are not the Egyptian kinds,
Ha! Tears? Ask…
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It is joy of giving week Mama shares the small but import difference between giving and sharing Without really thinking about it the word give always meant to put into possession of another for his or her use, As an intransitive verb it meant to make gifts or presents, When I heard of this day I …
Planning and executing relocating to a new home.
Looks, like Indiblogger has decided, that the New year should bring fresh beginning that includes a new location. Moving to a new city involves a process, a little research, that in my way of working would mean create a check list. I have my check list right at the end.
Moving into a new city, is dicey I mean one would not want to jump into a pool without testing the waters, for us, of course Bangalore is a known territory but visiting a place and living there are definitely different.
Settling in actually like getting used to a new pair of shoes, it pinches a little in the begin, but you like the way…
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Today is Narakachaturdashi, The organic nature of this festival doesn’t cease to amaze me. Growing we heard the story of Narakasura who captured 1600 women, made them his slaves eventually Krishna the Yadava rescued them. The legend also as it that Narakasura could only be killed by his mother. As Deepavali approaches kids begin collecting trash like old clothes, and old news …
I open the door the house, it has been shut for a fortnight, it smells of moss. I can see a trail of ants moving some destination, the putrid smell of saprophyte is also there, I realize that there must be a dead lizard or worse a rodent. Keep the bag down I do the …