BEee HAPPeeee!!

BEee HAPPeeee!!

Friday, December 28, 2012

musical b'day candles!

Ashok M. Sir
during his daughter chandana shree's 4th b'day on X'mas day!


Thursday, December 27, 2012

Devotees Experiences with Shirdi Sai Baba ji

Md. Rafi ji
Usha mangeshkar ji

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

'quotable' quote!

Incredible india

Incredible Sand Sculpture by Sudarsan Pattnaik ji.

anbendra mazhaiyilae

"Anbendra" song(with meaning)
 *music: a r rahman ji
 *singer: anUrAdha sreeram ji
 *lyrics: Vairamuthuji
 *actress: kajol ji

*same with better quality audio and more..!!

yours devotionally,

danc(S)ing X'mas tree!!:-)(for kids)

best wishes,
sai bhai.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Eggless Chocolate cake

Pallavi Pandey ji- Mummy ka khana - Eggless Chocolate cake
dedicated to fans!

merree-Xmas wishes,
sai bhai.


*image src:

Dr. Ananda Shankar Jayanth ji

*an indian classical dancer*

**Kalaimamani Nrithya Choodamani Padmashree Dr. Ananda Shankar Jayanth ji***

*Aum Namah Shivaya!
a TED talk 

"ART" part

*Ananda Shankar Jayanth ji fights cancer-devil with dance-deity

Saturday, December 22, 2012

a spiritual saturday devotional song

shreeman nArAyaNa shreeman nArAyaNa
shreeman nArAyaNa nI shreepAdame sharaNu..

a triple 'indian-classical' (music 'N' dance, devotional) delight dedicated to devotees..!

vocal (MS amma), instrumental (flutist dr. jayaprada ji), and, classical dance

with best wishes,
yours devotionally,
sai bhai.

genius sree srinivasa ramanujan
S/o Komalatammal ji & K. Srinivasa Iyengar ji


A documentary about Shree Ramanujan's life
Christopher Sykes

letters from an indian clerk

 *dedicated to all 'math' admirers!

Friday, December 21, 2012

gangA maa avataranam

b4 watching the video,
please read short story provided in the following link:

*sanskrit ebook 
(for those interested!)

*more from:
ranganatha ramayanamu
(*pls. see literature section)

g8 cinema lyricist sirivennela garu

samavedam shanmukha sharma garu

ganapathi satchidananda swami ji 


Md. Rafi sahab ji song in hindi cinema

on-stage classical dance performances



yours devotionally,
sai bhai.

birth of EE*

*electrical engineering

In September 1882, Thomas Edison ji opened the first commercial power plant in the United States,
serving 59 customers in a square mile of Lower Manhattan.

That same fall, MIT made electrical
history of its own, with the establishment of the country's first electrical-engineering curriculum.

mathematics curriculum etc.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Prof. K.D. Joshi ji


an awesome art.

folk dances of bihar, motherindia

link courtesy: 
folks Salil K. ji, Karthik A. ji

Wednesday, December 19, 2012



Sai National Dance Festival
best wishes,

sreedevi ji WEDs kamal sir

a wonderful pair in "reel" life alias silver screen of g8 indian cinema

This post dedicated to fans..!

*music credits (all songs):
Maestro 'n' isaignani ilayaraja, a music doctor (my elder brother's compliment)

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

TATA institute: an addiction (to me!)

 gUd mornEEng buddEEzz!!:-)

a drug that cures!!

yours lovingly,


Lord Murugan
Thiruppugazh — musical way of worship 

Nada Bindu Kaladi Namo Namah
a devotional song by MS amma

Monday, December 17, 2012

ambika N ananya

Kuchipudi dancer J.Y.N. Ambika

with best wishes,

Sunday, December 16, 2012

NIFT 'n' indian fashion


on 'life of pi'

He acquires layer after layer of diverse spirituality and brilliantly synthesizes it into a personal belief system and devotional life that is breathtaking in its depth and scope. His youthful exploration into comparative religion culminates in a magnificent epiphany of sorts. 
- Phoebe Kate Forster 
on the character of Pi Patel in 'The Life of Pi'

At an individual level or as a seeker,  it would  probably be fruitful to try and sense, nay  guess, what was the epiphany that came to  Pi.

Email 4m
Dilip Kumar Roy ji

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

pandit sree 'SITAR'avishankar ji

immortal SITARavi ji
(please see 'sound track' section)

The background scores feature pieces based on several ragas of Indian classical music, played mostly in sitar.

*Title music: