Saturday, 28 January 2012

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Saturday, 21 January 2012

Love Anthem going to rock this year................
Friends wait for the full version...........................................

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Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Frnds, our maatram sei has joined hands wit helping hands, another social service group formed by smvec college students. We'll work 2gether. Henceforth we'll be called "THE GRACEFUL DAWN" which 'll be our registered name soon. If any1 has any better name, pls do let me knw. Thank u.
for more details visit this links 

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Sunday, 15 January 2012

Directed by S. Shankar
Produced by Raju Easwaran
Screenplay by S. Shankar
Madhan Karky
Story by Rajkumar Hirani
Abhijat Joshi
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Based on Five Point Someone – What not to do at IIT! by
Chetan Bhagat
Starring Vijay
Ileana D'Cruz
Music by Harris Jayaraj
Cinematography Manoj Paramahamsa
Editing by Anthony
Studio Gemini Film Circuit
Release date(s) 12 January 2012
Running time 190 minutes
Country India
Language Tamil
Budget INR60 crore (US$11.4 million)      
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. "En Frienda Pola"   Vivega Krish, Suchith Suresan 3:57
2. "Heartilay Battery"   Na. Muthukumar Hemachandran, Mukesh 5:35
3. "Asku Laska"   Madhan Karky Vijay Prakash, Chinmayi, Suvi 6:21
4. "Endhan Kann Munnae"   Madhan Karky Aalap Raju 2:10
5. "Irukaanaa"   Pa. Vijay Vijay Prakash, Javed Ali, Sunidhi Chauhan 5:10
6. "Nalla Nanban"   Na. Muthukumar Ramakrishnan Murthy 4:25
Total length:

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Lyrics Of "Love Anthem For World Peace" Version -1  Music, Lyrics & Sung By Simbu(STR) 
Song by Silambarasan
Released 27 December 2011
Format Digital download
Recorded 2011
Length 2:42
Label Sony Music
Writer Silambarasan
Producer Silambarasan
1,663,063 Youtube views            
 dashuri dashuri
dashuri dashuri
salang salang
leifde leifde
las'ka las'ka
armastus armastus
rakkaus rakkaus
ag'api ag'api
lyubov lyubov

all we need is
all we need is

all we need is

all we need is

love is full of energy
love is positivity
we don't need negativity
love to feel humanity
lets not cry and lets not try
hating,hurting and killing each other
we wont get another
life together
oh my brother

all we need is
all we need is

All the following words denotes love in different languages.
♥Love - English
♥dashuri - Albanian
♥salang - Korean
♥leifde - Dutch
♥las'ka - Czech
♥armastus - Estonian
♥rakkaus - Finnish
♥ag'api - Greek
♥lyubov - Russian
♥Aai - Chinese
♥Amour - French/Spanish
♥Pyaar - Hindi
♥Prema - Telugu
♥Kaadhal - Tamil

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Thursday, 12 January 2012

Pongal is the only festival of Hindu that follows a solar calendar and is celebrated on the fourteenth of January every year. Pongal has astronomical significance: it marks the beginning of Uttarayana, the Sun's movement northward for a six month period. In Hinduism, Uttarayana is considered auspicious, as opposed to Dakshinaayana, or the southern movement of the sun. All important events are scheduled during this period. Makara Sankranthi refers to the event of the Sun entering the zodiac sign of Makara or Capricorn.

In Hindu temples bells, drums, clarinets and conch shells herald the joyous occasion of Pongal. To symbolize a bountiful harvest, rice is cooked in new pots until they boil over. Some of the rituals performed in the temple include the preparation of rice, the chanting of prayers and the offering of vegetables, sugar cane and spices to the gods. Devotees then consume the offerings to exonerate themselves of past sins.

Pongal signals the end of the traditional farming season, giving farmers a break from their monotonous routine. Farmers also perform puja to some crops, signaling the end of the traditional farming season. It also sets the pace for a series of festivals to follow in a calendar year. In fact, four festivals are celebrated in Tamil Nadu for four consecutive days in that week. 'Bogi' is celebrated on January 13, 'Pongal' on Jan 14, 'Maattuppongal' on Jan 15, and 'Thiruvalluvar Day' on Jan 16.

The festival is celebrated for four days. On, the first day, Bhogi, the old clothes and materials are thrown away and fired, marking the beginning of a new life. The second day, the Pongal day, is celebrated by boiling fresh milk early in the morning and allowing it to boil over the vessel - a tradition that is the literal translation for Pongal. People also prepare savories and sweets, visit each other's homes, and exchange greetings. The third day, Mattu Pongal, is meant to offer thanks to the cows and buffaloes, as they are used to plough the lands. On the last day, Kanum Pongal, people go out to picnic.

A festival called Jalli kathu is held in Madurai, Tiruchirapalli and Tanjavur,all in Tamil Nadu, on this day. Bundles of money are tied to the horns of Pongal ferocious bulls which the villagers try to retrieve. Everyone joins in the community meal, at which the food is made of the freshly harvested grain. This day is named and celebrated as Tamilian Tirunal in a fitting manner through out Tamil Nadu.

Thus, the harvest festival of Pongal symbolizes the veneration of the first fruit. The crop is harvested only after a certain time of the year, and cutting the crop before that time is strictly prohibited. Even though Pongal was originally a festival for the farming community, today it is celebrated by all. In south India, all three days of Pongal are considered important. However, those south Indians who have settled in the north usually celebrate only the second day. Coinciding with Makara Sankranti and Lohri of the north, it is also called Pongal Sankranti.

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 Facebook introduce a  new timeline .
it looking super friends use the face book timeline................

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Friday, 6 January 2012


Maatram sei is a social service organization founded by a group of young college students to provide basic needs for the poor and needy.
Its main aim is to extend helping hands to rekindle the hearts of and to encourage orphaned and deserving children to come up in life.

There are still millions of unfortunate children in our town who can only dream of going to school and to enjoy a happy childhood, hence we request you to participate in realizing their dream.

The foundation urges you to contribute as much as you can as your donation can serve as a blessing to some homeless child of our country.For further information about Maatreim sei's services please go through our website.

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