Monday, January 23, 2012

It’s okay.

 It’s okay to want someone you can’t have. It’s okay to want something more. It’s okay to cry when you’re hurt, and it’s okay to stay mad at someone who hurt you. Believe it or not, it’s always going to be okay. That’s just how it works. Sometimes things don’t work out how you want them to, and most of the time, it seems like they never will. But eventually, everything is going to iron out some way or another. You just have to believe, keep your faith!!

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

'' BREAK "


Thursday, January 5, 2012

“Without You”


**My vision is clouded by tears in my eyes.
**I used to think that visions of us were my only paradise.
**She has her boy by her side.
**Just looking at you two, makes tears flow from my eyes.
**She only sees me as a friend,
**But how can that be, because our road to friendship hasn’t even begun.
**I’ll just have to admit to myself that I’m not her type.
**I know that she has a boyfriend, so me liking her isn’t alright.
**Many things with girls have gone wrong in the past.
**All those relationships that I thought were gonna last.
**I sometimes find myself daydreaming about your touch,
**And you know I like you, but not this much.
**Will my broken heart be healed soon?
**I feel overwhelmed in sadness and have become so consumed
**I don’t know how to say I wanna be with you, I don’t know how to start,
**But as each day goes by I wish you would open you’re heart.
**Sometimes I wish I could dream forever,
**Then that way we’ll always be together.
**Unfortunately though, I wake up,
**And I hate how reality always seems to suck.
**In life it’ll be just another day,
**Another day that I’ll try to suppress my feelings for you away.

'' I wish, I could...''

                                                                       '' I wish, I could...''
                                                 Made in Photoshop using only BRUSH & BLUR.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

''ODISHA'' - The magnificent golden ancient land By Discovery Channel_06

Thanx a lot for watching this 6 segments of Odisha _ The magnificent ancient Land by Discovery channel. It's a documentary made by Discovery channel India Inc. in the year 2009. As Odisha is the 9th largest state of India, Its not possible to to showcase it in one or ten episodes. This documentary was only about the culture,ancient history, some popular tourist destinations of Odisha. There are a lot more places,cultures cities and tourist destinations in Odisha.
                                In one word
''THERE IS A LOT MORE TO EXPLORE IN ODISHA''

''ODISHA'' - The magnificent golden ancient land By Discovery Channel_05


''ODISHA'' - The magnificent golden ancient land By Discovery Channel_04


''ODISHA'' - The magnificent golden ancient land By Discovery Channel_03


''ODISHA'' - The magnificent golden ancient land By Discovery Channel_02


''ODISHA'' - The magnificent golden ancient land By Discovery Channel

Odisha (Odia: ଓଡ଼ିଶା, IPA: [oˑɽisaˑ]), also known as Orissa, is a state of India, located on the east coast of India, by the Bay of Bengal. It is the modern name of the ancient nation of Kalinga, which was invaded by the Maurya Emperor Ashoka in 261 BC. The modern state of Odisha was established on 1 April 1936 at Kanika Palace, Cuttack, as a province in India, and consists predominantly of Odia speakers. 1 April is therefore celebrated as Utkal Divas (Odisha Day).
 
Odisha is the ninth largest state by area in India, and the eleventh largest by population. Odia is the official and most widely spoken language with 93.33% Odia speakers according to linguistic survey. Odisha has a relatively unindented coastline (about 480 km long) and lacks good ports, except for the deepwater facility at Paradip. The narrow, level coastal strip, including the Mahanadi River delta supports the bulk of the population. The interior of the state is mountainous and sparsely populated. Deomali at 1672 m is the highest point of the state. Odisha is subject to intense cyclones. The most intense one, in October 1999, Tropical Cyclone 05B caused severe damage and some 10256 deaths.
Odisha is home to the Hirakud Dam, near Sambalpur the longest earthen dam in the world. Odisha has several popular tourist destinations. Puri, Konark & Bhubaneswar are known as Golden triangle of eastern India. Puri, with the Jagannath temple near the sea (famous for Rath Yatra or the Car Festival)
 
 In course of the time, this eastern province of India has different names with varying territories. Some of the known names are Kalinga, Utkal, Utkalraata, Udra, Odra, Odrabisha, Oda, Odrarashtra, Trikalinga, Koshala, Kangoda, Toshali, Chedi and Matsa.


The Kalinga and Utkal tribes had played a prominent role in the region's history, and one of the earliest references to the ancient Kalingas appears in the writings of Vedic chroniclers. In the 6th century BC, Vedic Sutrakara Baudhayana mentions Kalinga as being beyond the Vedic fold, indicating that Brahminical influences had not yet touched the land. Unlike some other parts of India, tribal customs and traditions had played a significant role in shaping political structures and cultural practices right up to the 15th century. In the Ramayana, Lord Rama's mother, Queen Kaushalya is the daughter of the king of Koshal. In the Mahabharata, the Pandavas spent the one year as 'Agyantavasa' as servants of King Virata, ruler of Matsa.
Odissi or Orissi dance and music is classified as a classical music of India. Odissi is the oldest surviving dance form in India on the basis of archaeological evidence.Odissi has a long, unbroken tradition of 2,000 years, and finds mention in the Natyashastra of Bharatamuni, possibly written circa 200 BC. However, the dance form nearly went extinct during the British period, only to be revived after India's independence by a few Gurus, such as Guru Deba Prasad Das, Guru Mayadhar Raut, Guru Pankaj Charan Das, Guru Mahadev Rout, Guru Raghu Dutta, and Guru Kelu Charan Mahapatra. Odissi classical dance is about the love of Krishna and his supposed consort Radha, mostly drawn from compositions by the notable Odia poet Jayadeva, who lived in the twelfth century.

. In course of the time, this eastern province of India has different names with varying territories. Some of the known names are Kalinga, Utkal, Utkalraata, Udra, Odra, Odrabisha, Oda, Odrarashtra, Trikalinga, Koshala, Kangoda, Toshali, Chedi and Matsa.


The Kalinga and Utkal tribes had played a prominent role in the region's history, and one of the earliest references to the ancient Kalingas appears in the writings of Vedic chroniclers. In the 6th century BC, Vedic Sutrakara Baudhayana mentions Kalinga as being beyond the Vedic fold, indicating that Brahminical influences had not yet touched the land. Unlike some other parts of India, tribal customs and traditions had played a significant role in shaping political structures and cultural practices right up to the 15th century. In the Ramayana, Lord Rama's mother, Queen Kaushalya is the daughter of the king of Koshal. In the Mahabharata, the Pandavas spent the one year as 'Agyantavasa' as servants of King Virata, ruler of Matsa.
Odissi or Orissi dance and music is classified as a classical music of India. Odissi is the oldest surviving dance form in India on the basis of archaeological evidence.Odissi has a long, unbroken tradition of 2,000 years, and finds mention in the Natyashastra of Bharatamuni, possibly written circa 200 BC. However, the dance form nearly went extinct during the British period, only to be revived after India's independence by a few Gurus, such as Guru Deba Prasad Das, Guru Mayadhar Raut, Guru Pankaj Charan Das, Guru Mahadev Rout, Guru Raghu Dutta, and Guru Kelu Charan Mahapatra. Odissi classical dance is about the love of Krishna and his supposed consort Radha, mostly drawn from compositions by the notable Odia poet Jayadeva, who lived in the twelfth century.