Archive for March, 2006
I am not an artist. This is my first attempt at drawing. My husband frequently explores his artistic side and for some reason yesterday I took his sketch book from him and told him that I was going to draw him. I said this jokingly, but then once the pencil touched the paper it turned into something more than just a joke. I was really trying to make the picture look like him. Once the picture was finished it looked nothing like my husband. However, the picture of the nameless man looked pretty good. I was truly amazed that something like that came from me. It is not an amazing drawing, but it is amazing that it came from me.
I am no Sudoku expert, but I thought it would be fun to have a little Sudoku Challenge. Play the Easy Level for Sunday March 12th, 2006, and post your time.
1. You can start over as many times as you want.
2. Make sure hints are off.
3. Use pause only if you are not looking at the screen.
4. Post your time only for the easy level.
Play Now [Click on Play More Games, to get to the Sunday Game]
After seeing the response to the Aryan Invasion Theory post, I thought it would be a good idea to get some expert opinion on the issue. So I emailed Indian Historian, Dr. Nayanjot Lahiri, asking her if she would be interested in doing a blog interview on AIT, here is her response:
My schedule simply doesn’t permit this currently. Have to finish teaching and essay corrections!
All the best,
If we were to see things at the atomic level, what would the world look like? I began to think about this, after reading “Flaws of Perception” by Deepak Chopra, where he sheds light on how we function at the atomic level. It’s an interesting perceptive, to think in terms of the atoms, it’s the karma of those gazillion little pieces that we live and breathe, but what I am curious about is what the world and universe looks like at that level.
This is the one hundredth post on KarmaDude.com, not that I want to brag, but I thought this would be a good milestone to share some of my experiences and thoughts about blogging, and an opportunity to get to know the readers of this blog.
It has been quiet the journey so far. Along the way, I have managed to learn new things, fine tune my skills, make new friends, give back a little, and hopefully—managed to share good information and experiences with other.
Punjab, the next stop on our tour of India through flickr, is situated south of Jammu and Kashmir and west of Himachal Pradesh. A great deal of IndiaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s history still lay hidden here, in the ruins of the glorious ancient cities of Harappa and Mohenjodaro. Punjab, is also one of the most fertile regions of the country, and is often know as the Ã¢â‚¬Å“Granary of IndiaÃ¢â‚¬Â?.
Every time I read another debate or article on the Aryan Invasion Theory(AIT), I start to fume, not because I am mad at their opinions, but at the fact that, so called historians and scholars are still debating this bogus theoryÃ¢â‚¬â€?which was created by people who had a religious, colonial, and race agenda. Any Indian knows what the word Arya means, but Max Muller—the man behind the theory had no clue—which he later admitted when his Sanskrit and historian skills were challenged.