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Kora Kaagaz Tha Lyrics & English Translation: Let's Learn Urdu-Hindi

Today we present the lyrics and English translation of one of Bollywood’s favorite love duets “Kora Kaagaz Tha” from Aradhana (1969). The song is a welcome introduction to Autumn, filmed on location on the hilltops of Darjeeling where the only thing cozier than a view of the snow-capped mountains in the distance is Rajesh Khanna in a red turtleneck. 1,034 more words

Hindi Lyrics Translation

Sri Jaya theertharu

This friday (7/14/2017) marks the aradhana of Great Legend Sri Jaya theertharu . I have tried to compile images and brief notes about Jaya theertharu in this post. 334 more words

MADHWA

Melancholy

Inspired by –

“Kahin pe hai dukh ki chhaaya

Kahin hai khushiyon ki dhoop

Bura bhala jaisa bhi ho

Yahi toh hai bagiya ka roop… 123 more words

Happy Mother's Day! Here Are Songs, Scenes, and Movie Suggestions to Celebrate!

Happy Mother’s Day!  Last year I did 3 short posts, this year I am going to combine them all into one big post!  Songs, scenes, and a list of films you can watch if you want to celebrate. 441 more words

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Vaishaka maasa

Maasa niyamaka Paksha Thithi Festival/event Kamalalaya – Madhusudhana Shukla Tritiya Akshaya Trutiya

Sri parasurama jayanthi Saptami Gangopatti, Bhagirathi Jayanthi Navami Sita Jayanthi Dasami Srinivasa kalyana… 157 more words

MADHWA

Saint Thyagaraja Rocks the U.S.!

The Cleveland Thyagaraja Aradhana celebrates its 40th Anniversary in a town known more for its “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” than for celebrating Indian classical music! 336 more words

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Kaatru Veliyidai: A Deconstruction of the Military/Romantic Hero and the Idealized Heroine

Well, that was a Ratnam movie all right!  In that, while watching it, I thought “this is kind of okay, sort of interesting, very pretty”.  And then I’ve spent two hours thinking about it and I haven’t even gotten close to unpacking all the themes and metaphors and so on and it just gets deeper and deeper the further I go. 821 more words

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