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By B S Ranganath
Long ago when I wrote an article on waterproofing accessible at http://realestate.indiatimes.com/articleshow/msid-1272689,prtpage-1.cms, I mentioned about a Bangalore based Ayurvedic hospital, where to have treatment people used to follow unending ques. It was popular due to Dr T R Ramaraju, who after retiring as a government doctor, being positioned there, cured even the dreaded diseases like epilepsy and cancer, free of cost.
Mini Joseph Tejaswi, once my colleague and at present a senior correspondent in The Times of India, brought her ailing younger sister to Dr Ramaraju and was fully satisfied by his diagnosis, medication and diet pattern. It was common to find many from outside Karnataka and from abroad amidst the people who waited for their turn at his door, almost everyday.
Dr Ramaraju combined Allopathic and Ayurvedic procedures in his treatment to ward off side effects. He dreamt of injecting Ayurvedic medicine (to ensure a faster cure and zero side effect), that is yet to be a reality.
Illustration by By T R Varaahamurthy, M. A.
He always told those who were near and dear to him that it is unwise to allow tears to drip down, when the physical existence of an individual ends. He had been able to convince that the love, hate, poverty, wealth, knowledge all of which we experience in this lifetime are not those we gain or lose being in company of others, during studies, business or employment. We bring it from our past, enhance in the present and retain it in the safe deposit of land where we cease to exist, to improve upon it wearing another body in the future.
So, when we will not be able to have him amidst us any more in the present lifetime, we are supposed to believe that his deft hands as a doctor would re-emerge with a lot of innovations, to serve yet another phase of humanity over the era to come, in the future.
Easy to store loads of
By B S Ranganath
Which company on earth will not be interested to record all its events, publish its annual volumes and distribute those amongst its clients, customers, friends and relatives? What are the hassles normally faced when companies get into this task? No doubt the setbacks are many but let me cite one or two examples and complete whatever is my statement over here.
Maintaining hard copy of text and graphics of every event perhaps is the primary hassle. We assign this to one of our employees and in case he is not up to the mark in discharging his duty, there is a possibility we miss record of one or more events.
We dispatch the complete set of hard copies and graphics in a last moment hurry to the DTP section that is known to falter in the spelling front. To overcome such error, we ask one of our employees to do proof-reading who in case is not attentive, there will be a havoc. Grammar in the annual volume will suffer drastically and will be pointed out to us by our customers, near and dear ones, friends etc., compelling us to think that it would have been better if we kept quiet instead of investing money, time and painstaking efforts on production of the book itself.
N Anantha Naarayanan, Zonal Head - DLF, Bangalore nodded his head being convinced, when I pointed out these to him. He said it is a perfect idea for companies to entrust the task to portals like The World of Colours, who store record of the events permanently on web page earmarked for the company.
Since every event matter undergoes a thorough check by editor of the portal before publication, hardly there will be any chance of mistakes creeping in, when those are copied to CD/Pen Drive and forwarded to printer of the annual volume. Companies find it as ideal to ask TWOC to script the events professionally and go on adding information about the events.
Dineshkumar Bhansali, Director, Tulsiyaan Ideas, asked us to convince whether the web page earmarked for them can contain information equivalent to 150pp + graphics, as that could be the normal size of their annual volume. TWOC assured him of its potential as a portal in organizing a meticulous storage of GBs over GBs of information on each of its web page.
Being aware that a journal should have an open eye towards every human interest subject, TWOC has decided to use its best story telling technique to compile matter on any field most effectively. Current web pagesof the portal provide testimony to this statement.
It is our request to companies immaterial of their profession to utilize TWOC services, being assured that they will be communicating with the best people they have ever come across in media so far.
March to this portal:
TWOC now finds unlimited storage space
By T R Varaahamurthy, M. A.
A simple phrase Art of Living conveys volumes of guidance for the present world. The dream of all religions The Heaven can be materialized when man adopts the principle of Happy co-existence of Mankind.
Present day humanity is so badly hurt by the mad forces that divide human race. Race, religion, economic disparity and politics have infused hatred in human society. Man is easily roused to hate the other by fanatic thoughts of religion.
India is the only country that has taught toleration of the other mans views. Indians by nature know how to appreciate the beneficial points, in the views of an opponent.
The world today is urgently in need of learning to live and let live. Art of Living is a force that can smoothly guide man towards making the world a happy place for mankind.
Many thinkers have joined hands to awaken dreamers and make them act. Some of them have found the portal The World of Colours (that is here due to initial encouragement by staunch AOL devotees like firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Vedaraman.Sethuraman@honeywell.com, firstname.lastname@example.org) capable of attracting like minded people all over the world. Mr B S Ranganath, who has a deep experience in all aspects of journalism, spared a portion of his earnings as a civil engineer to publish it. The ideals of Pujya Guruji Sri Sri Ravishankar gave him moral strength. His friends and well wishers cooperated with him.
Pujya Guruji Sri Sri Ravishankar
The World of Colours began its journey as an online fortnightly magazine and its 101 editions received appreciation from people who belong to far fetched nooks and corners of the globe. Each of those editions was known for its humble efforts in spreading idea of the Art of Living as it has earmarked its Page 1 solely for AOL related texts. In an attempt to identify itself as a complete magazine, every edition of course carried articles on human interest issues. The World of Colours depicted defective political and social incidents in cartoons it has published, without causing hatred or anger. Ancient Indian thoughts, the Upanishads and Bhagavad Geetha were re-told in its editions, ensuring that the modern world understands depth of their merit.As it was published on a website with a tiny storage space, preservation of the 101 editions was not at all possible.
The World of Colours herein moves to a website with unlimited space, being determined to continue its mission, wherein anything recorded in the form of blog/essay remain there for ever!
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email@example.com writes, on 25 February, 2009 at 6:00 PM:
firstname.lastname@example.org writes, on 26 February 2009 at 11:20 AM:
The new look of www.theworldofcolours.com is very nice.
Congrats for this effort.
With Pranams to my beloved Guruji,
- Priyada Mohanan
email@example.com writes, on 28 February 2009 at 7:47 AM:
The new look and feel is simple and very good. The comments can be put on some other page rather than on the first page.
- Dr Ramesh Kamath
Gross opinion figures on first page whereas those which are topic relevent appear on appropriate pages.
firstname.lastname@example.org writes, on 3 March 2009 at 12:33 AM:
Looks Great. Think DIVINE!
- Sastry Vankamamidi
email@example.com writes, on 14 January 2013 8:35 PM:
I went through many articles in the "World of Colours".
Interesting, neat and clean pages. The pages creative and attractive. Preserved the connection to come back after some time.
This time Sahitya Sammelan is in my school campus. I shall do some photography work. I have Nokia D 5000. Your Sammelan photos are guidelines to me.
Honour to Sri Byrappa, Bharatanatyam to good health and earn, Art of living and life Dr Ramaraju are very interesting.
Remaining, I shall read during my next visit to the page of colours.
- D Vijaya Kumar