On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 5:19 AM, S Balakrishnan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Very nice one....
I feel "HANSA" would probably represent SWAN and not Geese.
Thanks & Regards
On Tue, 30 Mar 2010 04:13:31 +0530 wrotemathaa sathruh pithaa vairih yaabhyaam baalah na paadithahsabhamadhye na shobhanthey hamsamadhye bako yadha
>माता शत्रुः पिता वैरिः याभ्यां बालाः न पाठिताः।सभामध्ये न शोभन्ते हंसमध्ये बको यथा।।
മാതാ ശത്രുഃ പിതാ വൈരിഃ യാഭ്യാം ബാലാഃ ന പാഠിതാഃസഭാമധ്യേ ന ശോഭന്തേ ഹംസ മധ്യേ ബകോ യഥാ
If a boy is not trained well in life and not given education at the proper age, his mother in his enemy and his father is the sworn destroyer. For an uneducated man suffers in this world and especially where it counts, cannot shine ...he will be like an ugly crane in the midst of swans
(friends, I have so many other great texts to cover but I am not able to move away from chanakya neethi because it is so educative and terse....gita, vidhuraneethi, sanalsujatheeyam, anusasana parva of bharatha, the great mahakavyas, upanishats, vedas, are all waiting for me...but life is so short.)