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Friday, April 15, 2011



Vishu is a new year festival celebrated in the state of Kerala, India. This occasion signifies the Sun's transit to the zodiac - Mesha Raasi (first zodiac sign) as per Indian astrological calculations and astronomically represents the vernal equinox. "Vishu" in Sanskrit means "equal". Therefore Vishu is more probably denoting one of the equinox days. Although Vishu (first of Medam) is the astrological new year day of Kerala, the official Malayalam new year falls on the first month of Chingam (August - September). However, 1st of Chingam has no significance either astrologically or astronomically. Chingam is the harvest season in Kerala and southern parts of coastal Karnataka.
The most important event in Vishu is the Vishukkani, which literally " the first thing to be seen on the Vishu day post waking up". The Vishukkani consist of a ritual arrangement of auspicious articles like raw rice, fresh lemon, golden cucumber, betel leaves, arecanut, metal mirror, the yellow flowers konna (Cassia fistula), and a holy text and coins, in a bell metal vessel called uruli in the puja room of the House. A lighted bell metal lamp called nilavilakku is also placed alongside. This arrangement is completed the previous night. On the day of Vishu, the custom is to wake up at dawn and go to the puja room with the eyes closed so that the Vishukkani is the first sight of the new season. Since the occasion marks the beginning of Malayalam New Year, it is also considered auspicious to read verses from Hindu Holy book Ramayanam after seeing the "Vishukkani". It is also believed that the page of the Ramayanam to which you open up will have a bearing on your life in the coming year. Devotees also throng the well-known temples like Sabarimala Ayyappan Temple, Guruvayur Sree Krishna temple to have a "Vishukkani Kazhcha" on the early hours of "Vishu" day.
"Vishu" is celebrated with much fanfare and vigour in all parts of Kerala.Bursting crackers is part and parcel of the celebration especially for children. Elders gift firecrackers to children and every child vie with each other to make a world of their own. People wear new clothes (Puthukodi) for the occasion and elders of the family distribute tokens of money, called Vishukkaineetam, to children, servants and tenants.
Vishu is also a day of feasting, wherein the edibles consist of roughly equal proportions of salty, sweet, sour and bitter items. Feast items include Veppampoorasam (a bitter preparation of neem) and Mampazhapachadi (a sour mango soup).


Sunday, April 10, 2011

"Strange write up of an IT Guy"

I had been hearing about Sukumara Kurup from the time my brain captures the real life and makes me understand what it is.He is one of the notorious wanted criminal in the Indian state of Kerala. He is accused in the murder of Chacko, a film representative, in the year 1984. Chacko was strangled to death and his body burnt inside a car. Sukumara Kurup allegedly committed the crime to fake his own death and claim an insurance amount of Indian Rupee ₹800,000 (US$17,760) by killing Chacko who bore a resemblance with him. Soon after Sukumara Kurup is supposed to have fled abroad, while two of his co-accused were sentenced to life-term imprisonment. The Chacko murder case is one of the long standing cases in the judicial history of Kerala.
                                                      Now lets come to the topic
            I am a man with multiple personality disorder when i hear about this case my brain comes to an investigative mood and i am just searching the internet for getting details about the one "SUKUMARA KURUP" and when i searched for it i got a "video"  which was the latest release about the investigation I noticed that Sukumara kurup burnt Chako in an Ambassador car with the number "KLQ-7831". But when I searched the details of this number in MVDKerala Website I am totally confused because i have seen this


Plz answer only after checking the video plz take your own time

 So my question are

Was the vehicle stolen or the tv show lied the details of the vehicle and at last not the least who is the real owner of the vehicle?


What the hell is this MVD Kerala IT department doing?????
Think about it and find out the answer

Wheather to VOTE or NOT for continuing this unchangeable government systems.