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          RESOURCE
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      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIALMOTVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEW
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIME RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEWCONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B.BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
                   09
SMART-THOUGHTS 

      
A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11.SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATN SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B.CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
       FACULTY
       FEED BACK
       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
       MUSIC
       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
       PROFESSION
       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
       A. ABOUT 
       B. ACADEMIC
       C. ACHIEVEMENT
       D. ASSIGNMENTS
       E. ASSISTANCE
       F. BOOKS
       G. CDB, BARBADOS
       H. CFTC, LONDON
       I. CONTACT          
      J.  FAMILY TREE
       K.  HOME  
       L. INNOVATIONS
       M. ISO 90001:2000
       N. NOBEL 
       O. PRIME PAPERS
       P. QUALITY AUDITOR
       Q. SITE MAP
       R. SOCIAL WORK
       S VIEWER'S VIEWS
       T. WORLD TRAVEL       
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      COLLEGE
      CORPORATE
      GOVERNMENT
      INSTITUTIONS
      PRECAUTIONS
      SCHOOLS
      SOCIETIES
      UNIVERSITIES    
      VIEWER'S VIEWS
      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIALMOTVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEW
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIME RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEWCONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B.BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
09.SMARTTHOUGHTS        A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11.SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATN SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B.CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
       FACULTY
       FEED BACK
       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
       MUSIC
       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
       PROFESSION
       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
       A. ABOUT 
       B. ACADEMIC
       C. ACHIEVEMENT
       D. ASSIGNMENTS
       E. ASSISTANCE
       F. BOOKS
       G. CDB, BARBADOS
       H. CFTC, LONDON
       I. CONTACT          
      J.  FAMILY TREE
       K.  HOME  
       L. INNOVATIONS
       M. ISO 90001:2000
       N. NOBEL 
       O. PRIME PAPERS
       P. QUALITY AUDITOR
       Q. SITE MAP
       R. SOCIAL WORK
       S VIEWER'S VIEWS
       T. WORLD TRAVEL       
 16.  CLOSE  

SPECIALITY

Contact :  Dr.VSRS  

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 JOKES MENU - CLICK    LAUGH
 MATTER  SMART - CLICK
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FEATURES

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 A.  ASSISTANCE
 B BOOKS
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 H.  HELP (FAQ)
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RESEARCH &
DEVELOPMENT
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RePEc   SSRN

Expert

 01.FACULTYSHIPS
      ASSOCIATION
      COLLEGE
      CORPORATE
      GOVERNMENT
      INSTITUTIONS
      PRECAUTIONS
      SCHOOLS
      SOCIETIES
      UNIVERSITIES    
      VIEWER'S VIEWS
      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY
 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIALMOTVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEW
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIME RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEWCONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B.BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
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  01. MUSICAL MARRIAGE
In Tamil Nadu (India), a marriage ceremony ending with  a musical concert, is considered as good and  esteem for the bride's as well as the groom's party.  Till 1970s, the musical program was a classical Karnatak musical concert. Subsequently, the Cine music with western orchestra has become popular, because of their mass appeal.
In 1972, my maternal uncle performed his daughter's marriage at the "Parama Kalyani" marriage hall in Alwarkurichi (Amabsamudhram Taluk, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu, India). The father and mother of the groom, have set a pre-condition that there should be a Musical program on the end of the marriage day. Accordingly my uncle fixed a Karnatak Music recital by a Vocal Expert (Widhvan) from a near by village, named, "Veeravanallur Varaahan" (VV). The accompanying Ghatam, Mruthangam, Tambura and Violin artists were selected by VV himself.  A pre-condition was made that the concert duration should be at least 4 hours, from 6.30 PM to 10.30 PM. An escalated  sum of 5,501/= Indian Rupees ( ) was agreed,  even though he  normally charges 3,001/= for 2 to 3 hours concert. (Payment in odd figure was considered auspicious. It was Equivalent to about 367 US$, at 15 Rs per Dollar in those days).
Note : The Musical exponents in South India always prefix the name of their native place to their personal name,  to get an unique identity, as well as a prestigious recognition in their birth place. Some artists suddenly become famous and get mass popularity, by singing as a play-back in a film.
 02. SNARED IN SOUP
Suddenly VV said "Normally we perform only for 2 to 3 hours. However for you we are agreeable to 4 hours, provided you serve "Jeeva Rasam" in the dinner, at least 5 cups each, before we start. Because it will provide more vitality and tolerance for this elongated performance". Uncle was perplexed on this "Bomb shell" request, and felt like Snared (Entrapped) in a Soup. Jeeva Rasam or Eternity Soup (developed by the Sage Sivananda),  needs  expensive  ingredients, advance planning and expertise in the preparation.
The peculiarity of this soup is that it can be an item in the daily menu. (See Recipe below). He felt that it cannot be added as a part of the marriage dinner, which is exclusively controlled and monitored as per the likes and tastes of the Groom's party. However he agreed to serve exclusively for them, by preparing about 25 cups (5 Persons X 5 Cups).
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Sivananda : 1887 - 1963. One of the greatest Yoga masters of the 20th century. Born in Paththamadai, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu, India. Paththamadai is on the banks of river Thamira Varni. He was a medical doctor in Malaysia. He established the main Yoga centre in Rishikesh, Himalayas, India and many Aurvedhic centres in the world. Through Research & Development, he formulated the Jeeva Rasam, for vitality and sharpened brain power. The peculiarity of this soup is that it can be an item in the daily menu. The teachings of  Sivananda could be summarized in 6 words as "Serve, Love, Give, Purify, Meditate and Realise".
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River Tamira Varni : Thamira Varuni is the chief river of the Tirunelveli district, which has a large network of 19 tributaries. They are Aintharuviar, Aluthakanniar, Chittar, Gadananathi, Gundar, Hanumannathi,  Jambunathi, Kallar,  Karaiyar, Karunaiyar, Karuppanathi, Manimuthar, Pachaiyar, Pampar, Peyar, Ramanathi,  Servalar, Ullar and Varahanathi. Thamiram means Copper and Varni is Colour. Paththamadai is famous for the fine mats made of a grass called "Korai",  belonging to the sedge family of plants Cyperaceae, growing on the banks of Thamira Varni. The Korai grass has the essence of  Copper and relieves all body pains by sleeping over it, besides inducting mental peace and nervous normality.  The quality of mats range from coarse to a silken finish. Skilled mat weavers can insert pictures, letters and drawings  on the mat. Cost of the mat  range from US$ 3 to 3,000 depending on the texture, fineness and the art work. In Tirunelveli district, all marriage celebration are conducted with the "Paththamadai Mat", having the name of the Groom and Bride woven on it.  
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 03. EXHILARATED  EXPERTISE  (6.30 to 6.55 PM)
On the concert day, the hall was fully packed with about 500 audience both from the Bride's, Groom's party as well as from the local public. VV was very happy, started the concert  exactly at 6.30 PM. He decided to initiate the performance with a "Pictorial Preface" song (Varnam) in the Ragam "Dheera Sankarabarnam". This Ragam uses all the notes forward and backward from Base-C (SA) to Octave-C (SAA) , in the "Diatonic Scale" (All White keys in a Piano Key Board). He set it to 3 beats interval (Roopaka Thalam or Theen Thal or Waltz beat). The audience was thrilled and clapped loudly on his style and presentation. VV was exhilarated (happy thrill) and decided to capture the audience next by his unique skill on note variation methodology, without knowing what is going to happen !!.
 04. AMBIGUOUS ADJACENT  (6.55 to 7.15 PM)
Next he has the choice to sing a light popular song  or elaborate any popular Ragam. But he quickly decided to present the Ragam "Mecha Kalyani" in "Equally Tempered Scale", which is very similar sounding to the introductory Dheera Sankarabrnam.  This Ragam also uses all the notes forward and backward from Base-C (SA) to Octave-C (SAA).  But it has F# (F-Sharp-M2) instead of F (M1), in the note combinations. The audience were not able to make out the difference and felt that VV is repeating the elaboration of of his first Ragam (which he is supposed to do in the mid of the concert). There were murmurs of ambiguity among the audience. When VV completed and the Violinist took over the same, about 200 people left the hall. VV was shocked to see this.
 05. GRINDING GAMAGAMS  (6.55 to 7.25 PM)
In order to control the exodus attitude of the audience, VV closed the Mecha Kalyani fast,  with a small song.  He then remembered 2 unique technique taught to him by his famous teacher :-

  • Producing a humming melodious continuity between 2 notes in a Ragam. It is called "Chalana Gamagam", with  a dynamic movement. In Western music it is called "Glissando". He performed this in Ragam "Bhoopalam" which uses only 6 Notes from the Equally Tempered Scale. Also, it uses the same Notes both in Forward and Backward directions. He hummed the melodious  continuity in between each Note interval, with utmost care and precision.

  • Emphasising the same note at different melodious pitches either Upward or Downward or a combination of both. It is confined to one note and it is Static. It is called a "Gamana Gamagam".  In Western music it is called as "Tonic Accent". He performed this in Ragam "Madhyamavathi" which also uses only 6 Notes from the Equally Tempered Scale, up and down. He hummed each Note at different possible pitches, with lot of stress and strains.

Both the above were unplanned additions. Hence,  the Violinist was confused. He  not only  failed to reproduce the humming effects correctly, but also tinged the song with notes not applicable to the Ragams chosen.
The humming went beyond the domain of counted beats and intervals. Hence, the Mrutangam and Ghatam artists were baffled during the humming. They produced some un-synchronised sounds, compelled by the need to exhibit some activity, and keep the show going.
Some of audience felt that VV is closing the performance, as he  sang Madhyamavathi, which is  an ear-marked closing and valedictory Ragam.
The net effect of this Grinding Gamagam motivated about 150 members of the audience to run away from the hall immediately. VV, the supporting artists and the balance 150 audience were sweating and shivering to see what is going to happen next ?.
 06. ELABORATION  FOR  VEXATION  (7.25 to 7.45 PM)
Since, the concert has reached the middle time, VV traditionally initiated the descriptive elaboration of the Ragam "Dheera Sankarabarnam", the introductory Ragam at the start.  The repetion by the violinist, vibratory inductions with "Dhanam",  detailed syllable exposition (Ragam-Dhanam-Pallavi) and the individual "beat performance" of the Mruthangam / Ghatam went up to 7.45 PM. VV performed with greater zeal and enthusiasm. Closed his eyes in musical concentration, to an extent that the sitting carpet and the stage were vibrating with acoustic resonance !! When he opened his eyes and cleared his sweat, he found the hall was empty.  VV was frustrated, looked around and them smiled. He spoke something closely, mouth to ear, with other artists.
 07. PATIENT PATRON  (7.45 to 10.30 PM)
The reason for the murmur and smile of VV was a lonely listener sitting in the right hand side of the stage, behind a table and tapping his hand. What he said to the fellow artist was that :-

  • They should perform for another 2 hours, and go up to 10.30 PM as agreed and accepted an enhanced payment in advance, as well the Jeeva Rasam service.

  • There is a lonely and patient patron in the hall expecting to listen and enjoy their musical concert. Hence, it is their duty to fulfill the expectation of the patient patron.

But during the next 2 hours, he made an excellent, melodious and devoted performance in line with the presentation disciplines of the Karnatak Music (See 7 Below). It was strange that he was doing it for a single audience !!!

  1. A song in the Ragam "Kaanada" in the language "Kannada", the official language of the adjacent State.

  2. A popular rural song of of the post-harvest period,  sung by the farmers in the  Tirunelveli district  was presented in the Ragam "Sarasangi".  It was interesting to find that the melody of this Ragam  had an "Arabic" musical tinge.

  3. Then, an announcement was made that he is presenting a song in the Ragam "Veera Ranjani", invented by him to respect his native place "Veerava Nallur". He informed that it has the forward notes of the Ragam "Jana Ranjani" (Jana = People) and Backward notes of the Ragam "Shruthi Ranjani" (Shruthi = Base and Background). He said "This combination inducts Valour and Courage, the theme of Veeravan or Hero,  to the listeners", and   presented a electrifying Freedom song of Subramania Bharathi (1882-1921. Subramania Bharati, was born in Ettayapuram, Tamil Nadu, India  and married in Kadayam, Tirunelveli District. Entered the national scene as an inspirational poet on patriotism. With a simple and yet fabulous technique of combining the rhythm of spoken language in a ceaseless flow of prose and poetry, Bharati captured the imagination of the Tamil people.  His collection of songs on national unity, Swadesha Geetangal,  meaning songs on Indian nationalism, was first published in 1908 which was followed by Janma Bhoomi,  meaning motherland, published in 1909). Every Karnatak Ragam use either F (M1) or F# (F-Sharp, M2) and not both. But VV has made "Veera Ranjani" with "Jana Ranjani" using F (M1) forward and "Shruthi Ranjani" using F# (M2) backward. It was bold, unique, peculiar and exceptionally innovative presentation.

  4. Next, he sang a set of selected 6 verses from "Bagavat Gita" (5,000 Years old Indian Vedhic & Philosophical Scripture) emphasizing the yoga concepts "Meditate, Realise, Give, Serve, Love, and Purify", of  Sivananda (See above in 02). He skillfully organised them in the order of Karnatak Ragams aplicable to different Time from Pre-dawn to Night, and presented like a Musical Garland (Raga Malika) .

    All Matters in the universe resonate with reference to a particular acoustic frequency. Matter expands with heat and the resonant  frequency is lowered. If cooled the  resonant  frequency is raised. Each Ragam generates a net- effective frequency. Hence they are synchronised with the time of the Day and Night, to activate certain eternal / internal functions in the human body (DR.VSRS).

    TIME

    YOGA

    RAGAMS

    Pre-Dawn Meditate Chakravaham
    Dawn Realise Sindhu Bairavi
    Morning Give Maya Malava Goulai
    Day Time Serve Mecha Kalyani
    Dusk Love Kama Vardhini
    Night Purify Hara Hara Priya

    REFERENCES http://www.asavari.org/ragamala.html
    http://www.musicnirvana.com/carnatik/

  5. Then, he quickly presented a Snake dance music (Thillana) in the Ragam "Punnaga Varali" (Naga = Snake). This is used by the Snake charmers to attract, dance to the tune,  unconsciously catch and stock the Snakes in  a mud pot.

  6.  In conclusion, he musically recited a Sanskrit Verse, in "Sri Ragam" emphasizing the concepts of  Peace, Prosperity and Satisfied co- existence of all species in the Universe.

  7. He concluded the concert exactly at 10.30 PM.

  07. TEARFUL FINALE ( 10.30 PM TO 11 PM)
It is a common scene at the end of any Karnatak Musical performance, that the Audience over-whelmed by the melody, go to the stage and express their heart-full feelings to the Performing Artists. But the reverse happened in this program. VV with tearful eyes, came down all the way to thank and appreciate the lonely audience for his presence and keen  listening ability.
But the lonely man said "I do not know anything about music, nor I was keen to listen to your concert".  I have given my Costly Arabian Carpet on which you were sitting, on hire for a sum of Rupees 200. I was waiting to take the carpet and go back, as soon as you finish !!
VV was taken back, and said "No, You were listening and correctly tapping your left hand fingers to the beats of the Mruthangam and Ghatam. Definitely you are thrilled by the presentation of the musical group. That made you to stay in the hall, even though everybody have left  !!".
The man said "No Sir. You were moving here and there, activated by the tones of your music, and  shaking my carpet vehemently. I was afraid that my Carpet may be damaged. I was trying to keep my finger crossed, without knowing which 2 to cross first !!!. In my opinion, you are a "Carpeted Crooner" (Singer of popular Ballets, sitting on a Carpet. Ballets are music written for stage dancing. In Tamil he said "Kambili Kooththar". Kambili = Carpet. Kooththar = Dance Master).
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MORAL : Creativity of any artist is directly proportional to the quantum appreciation from the audience, irrespective of whether it is from 1 or Many in crowd. Even assumed appreciation could mathematically induct the same effect. Hence, Music is a "Mirror Enjoyment Tool". The Performer cannot enjoy it. But the Reflected enjoyment of the audience showers the happiness on the Performer. What is good for the Performer need not be good for the Audience and Vice Versa. A music concert shall have an  assorted contents, linked to the different tastes and likes of the people. 
OBSERVATION : I was sitting and listening the whole musical concert from the Green Room, located to the left of the Dias. In my opinion, VV presented an un-comparably best program in Karnatak music at the Start (with 500 audience) and from 7.45 to 10.30 PM (in an Empty hall). But being a Rural artist, he remained in the Village background with poverty and without any push, opportunity and encouragement.
See : "Elegy written in a Country Churchyard" By : Thomas Gray, English poet (1716 - 1771)
                              
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ALWARKURICHI & RESTSAlwarkurichi is in the southern triangular base of the solid  Deccan plateau of India. Historically,  it was a  densely wooded area and was known as “Kaderu”, which  literally indicates the forest boundary. The Western Ghats is among the 18 world biodiversity hotspots very different from other sites. Agasthiarmalai (1681 mtrs) which falls within the core zone, is the 3rd highest peak in South India and considered as one of the five centres of plant diversity and endemism (natural) in India (IUCN). The topography is undulating (curved and wavy). This is the only area of Western Ghats with the longest raining period of about 8 months in a year, and it is the only non-dipterocarp (Teek and other flouring and valuable timber family) evergreen forest in the region. It is in Ambasamuram Taluk of Tirunelveli   District, about 32 km south-west of Tirunelveli on the Ambasamudram to Thenkasi highway. It is between the  rivers “Ramanathi” in the north and “Ghatana” in the south. The Western forests turn to South at this exact point.  Hence Alwarkurichi is surrounded by the forest both in West and South, and by villages in the east and north. ANIMALS : Asian Elephant, Bonnet Macaque, Brown mongoose, Brown palm civet, Crocodile, Gaur, Indian pangolin, Jackals, Leopard, Lion tailed Macaque, Malabar giant squirrel, Mouse deer, Nilgiri Langur, Nilgiri Martin, Rusty spotted cat, Sambhar, SlenderLoris, Sloth Bear, Spotted deer, Tahal, Tiger,Wild dogs. BIRDS : Black and forest monkeys, Broad tailed Grass warbler, Ceylon mouth frog, Country crows, Great Indian Hornbill, Great Pied hornbill, Grey headed bulbul, Malabar Grey hornbill, Oriental bay owl. PLANTS : Albizia lebeck, Anacolosa densiflora, Anogeissus latifolia, Artocarpus hirsuta, Alstonia scholaris, Canarium strictum, Calophylum elatum, Careya arborea, Chloroxylon swietenia, Cinnamum zeylancium, Cullenia exasillata, Cullenia exelsa, Cullenia resaraona, Dalbergia latifolia, Dalbergia paniculata, Decussocarpus wallichianus, Dysoxylim malabrium, Elaeodendron glacum, Eleogarpus tuberculatus,  Emblica officinalis, Eugenia species, Felicium decipiens, Ficus spp, Garcinia cambogia, Gluta travancorica, Hardwickia binata, Hopea parviflora,  Hopea utilis, Kingiodendron pinnatum, Litsea species, Macaranga roxburghii, Mallotus philippensis, Mangifera indica, Mesua ferrea, Myristica species, Phyllanthus emblica, Podocarpus latifolia, Pterocarpus marsupium, Syzygium sp, Tectona grandis, Terminalia spp, Vateria malabaraica, Vitex altimassima, Wrightia tinctoria, Xanthophyllum flavescens.
R & D : The mountain ranges and the surroundings is a centre for research and development. The Parama Kalyani Research centre affiliated to the Manonmaiam Sundarana University is located in the western mountain base, near Alwarkurichi railway station.. The speciality courses for post graduate programs are Anti bacterial and phyto-chemical studies (plant therapy), Environmental bio-technology and Nano bio-technology . REPTLES :
Chamaeleon, Flying Lizard, King Cobra, Monitor Lizard, Pit viper, Python,  etc..RIVERS : The rich forests of the Reserve form the catchment area for 11 rivers and streams. They are Bana dheertham, Gadnanadi, Kadnar, Kallar, Karayar, Kodaiyar, Manimuthar, Pachayar, Ramanadi, Servalar, Tambraparani, forming the back-bone of the irrigation network and drinking water for people of Tirunelveli, Turicorin and part of Kanyakumari districts. On the southern turning point of Westen ghats, on the Papavinasam mountain range, there is a historical twin hydro-electric power generation unit.  Using the gravitational force of the stored water, the “Upper dam” on the top of the hills generates electric power at stage – 1 and sends the water down through the penstocks to the “lower dam” for stage-2 generation. TIGERS IN ALWARKURICHITIGER : It is at the centre of Kadayam – Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve. The Tiger Reserve has three colonies of State Electricity Board personnel and labourers, a large multinational tea company with about 10,000 workers besides several small estates and 5 Kani Tribal habitations consisting of about 102 families. Around 145 hamlets situated within 5 km from the eastern boundary of the Reserve running over 110 km are inhabited by 1,00,000 people. YOGA : Alwarkurichi has a pollution free environment supported both by the absence of any industry and the stimulating wind flow from the herbal rich forests behind. There many yoga centres in the lower mountain range area of Alwarkurichi offering herbal, mental and natural methodology for longevity and peaceful life.

KARNATAK MUSIC CONCERTBHARATHA NATYAMPRESENTATION DISCIPLINES OF KARNATAK MUSIC  (VOCAL)  

Vocal Karnatak Music, in South India has certain minimum standards to stage a performance. There should be a minimum of 5 personnel to form a presentation team (See picture in the left).
1. The Vocal Expert (Called Widhvan-W), the main performer, is located at the centre of the dias, facing the audience directly. He sings the musical words of a song, set to a particular beat. (From 1 to 16 beats per second, forming a Hexoctal frequency).
2. Thambura (T) is a 4 strings instrument, made of Jack wood (Artocarpus Heterophyllus). This provides the Basic Pitch for the musician, set to “C-G-G-C(Octave) or Sa-Pa-Pa-Sa(Octave)” . It is played constantly in a concert. When a Thambura is tuned with precision and accuracy, the resultant musical sound is in itself so very pleasing. It can be held either vertically or horizontally while being played. It is located just behind the Vocalist, closer to his left or right ear, to enable the flow of the musical melodies, synchronized with this Base hymn. Now Thambura is replaced by an Electronic Basic pitch producer.  
3. The violin (V) is a stringed musical instrument that has four strings. Karnatak music requires the Violinist to sit cross-legged on a platform. The support Violin artist, accompanies and reiterate the melodies of the Vocalist through a string rhythm. The Violinist is located at about 45 to the left of the Vocalist, facing inward. The Violin is balanced between the chest and the scroll held by the anklebone of the right foot. The string tuning is changed to suit the lower pitch in which the Vocalists sings. The lowest string (and hence the lowest note) is the G (Pa) just below middle C, then in ascending order D (Ri), A (Dha) and E (Ga). A common colloquial name for the violin, used to play traditional music, is the fiddle. A person who plays violin is called a violinist or fiddler. For Sheet music (a musical composition in printed or written form), a violin is tuned to the G-Clef (Treble Clef).
4. Mrudhangham (M) 0r Membranophone, made of Jack wood (Artocarpus Heterophyllus) or Red wood (Sequoia Gigantean). It is an ancient percussion (drumming) instrument. It is an indispensable accompaniment to vocal, instrumental and dance concerts. It is cylindrical in shape, bulging at the centre and has unequal circular faces at both ends. These are covered with animal skin. The larger side is covered with thin gauge skin and the smaller side with a thicker gauge skin with an extra thick black circular lump at the centre. This is to resonate the musical tones of the Vocalist, with equivalent and synchronized humming beats. This is located at about 45 to the right of the Vocalist, facing inward. The left and right membranes are tuned to synchronise with the Base tone (Sruthi on Tambura). The artist only follows the beat per second set by the Vocalist, irrespective of the words or the notes. Now, the Mrudhangams are made of Carbon or Fibre-glass body with Poly Vinyl / Plastic side coverings. 
5. Ghatam (G) is the accompanying alternate “Earthern pot”. This is to resonate the musical tones, with equivalent and synchronized country flat beats. Ghatam is located in the right side of the vocalist, between the Vocalist and Mruthangam artist, facing inward. Ghatam is made of Hard Clay from river beds, and baked in charcoal fire, to give an uniform red colour finish. The surface thickness is slightly more than those used for domestic water storage. Different tones are produced by closing or partially controlled opening of the mouth, to moderated the volume of air inside. The artist only follows the beat per second set by the Vocalist, irrespective of the words or the notes. It will be interesting to watch the artist to play a beat, throw the pot upward to exactly match the silent interval, catch and continue the next beat !! Now, Ghatams are made in Fibre glass or Carbon.
6. On the Dias, the Violinist, Vocalist, Gatam and the Mruthngam artists squat on a comfortable Carpet,  forming an open right to left circle, centered towards the mid of the audience.  (Additional support instruments are optional. Some Vocalists keep so many other support instruments to the extent of creating an wonderful sight !! There will be more crowd on the Stage  than in the Auditorium !!!
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      7. ON-THE STAGE PRESENTATION OF KARNATAK MUSIC 
Unlike the Western classical music, the Karnatak classical concerts do not have a "Conductor" in the front of the concert team, to guide, co-ordinate and synchronise the Vocalist and the Instrumentalists. It is because, the co-ordination and synchronisation components are imbedded in the Song, Ragam  and the Beat selection by the Vocalist.
There are standard songs by famous composers, known to all and the accompanying artists. The Ragam (A Well Formatted and Pre-assembled Melody Sequence) has a pre-set ascending and descending note combination, understood by all, as soon as it is initiated. The pace is exposed by the Vocalist, by  beating his hand on his lap, with the correct strokes and intervals.

  1. The starter should be a “Pictorial Preface”, called the “Varnam” (Colour). A song in a popular Ragam (pre-fixed note combination), set to a popular beat is exposed in its full format, to create a happy starter effect to the audience.

  2. After the initiator song, depending on the total available concert time, the options are :-
  • Present few short, popular and audience appealing songs. Or
  • Elaborate a few popular Ragams, and present the suitable music on the same (Aalapana).  During the elaboration of a Ragam by the Vocalist, the support instruments are not played, for the audience to concentrate and listen to the intricacies and schematic note combinations. After the presentation by the Vocalist, the Violinist repeats the same, with his imaginative additions and note combinations possible only by a string instrument.

  1. At the Middle of the total concert time, the Preface Ragam in 1 shall be elaborated, elucidated with vibrating syllables (Dhaanam), and all the features to be exposed by spacing from slower to faster intervals (Pallavi). It is shortly called as “Ragam-Dhanam-pallavi” (RDP).

  2. After the RDP, a song in the same Ragam is presented. But it is halted at a closer point towards the end. Then the support artists on beating instruments (Mruthangam and Ghatam) start the beats individually and alternatively, from the beginning of the song and continue the slower intricacies, in an orderly fashion. Then they jointly present the faster involutions and intervals in an amazing synchronization !! They touch the same point where the Vocalist left the song. Then all jointly complete the song. This is called “Individual Exposition” or “Thani Aavardhanam” in Tamil (Thani = Individual. Aavardhanam = Exposition).

  3. Subsequently, selected songs in different languages are presented. An innovation in this item is presenting an “English Note” composed as per the Arithmetical rules of the Karnatak music !!

  4. Then some Devotional / Freedom / Rural songs are presented.

  5. Some innovative singers compose their own Ragams and present a song. It is customary to explain the details of the innovation, for a better understanding of the audience.

  6. Different Ragams should be  blended to each stanza of a single song, with smooth / synchronised notes change over,  and  optimised melody ingredient, like a garland with different sweet smelling flowers. It is called "Raga Malika" (Malika =  Garland).

  7. Last, but not the least, a Dance music (Called Thillana) is presented, which highlights the importance of the beats of the supporting instruments (Mruthangam and Ghatam), synchronized with the words of a music.

  8. The concert is ended with a valedictory song, expressing the need and initiate the inductance of Peace, Prosperity and satisfied co-existence of all species in the Universe. (Madhyamavathi  or Sri Ragam are recommended for this)   
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VIOLIN BHARATHA NATYAM    HISTORY & COMPONENTS OF    
                             VIOLIN                       
Traditionally in Karnatak Vocal performances Veena was  a side support string instrument. The Violin became the prime side support string instrument, replacing and upgrading Veena to a Main performance string instrument. No other European instrument has been adapted to Karnatak music like the Violin. 
The Violin is an European instrument, which was developed in a crude form with 3 strings, during Renaissance (The period in European history at the close of the Middle Ages and the rise of the modern world; a cultural rebirth from the 14th through the middle of the 17th centuries). Hence it was not invented by any body.  The first Karnatak musician to learn violin was Baluswamy Dikshitar(1786-1858), the brother of Muthuswamy Dikshitar (1776 – 1827. An eminent music composer). He was patronised by Manali Muthukrishna Mudaliar, an interpreter to the British Governor, Pigot in that period, and introduced to the European orchestra (or the band), attached to the East India Company. He learnt violin for 3 years and used to play it in the court of Ettayapuram (India
) kings, as an accompaniment to vocal music. Varahappa Iyer, a minister in the Tanjore Maratha court, was close to the British Governor in Madras. He too learnt violin and adapted it to accompany the vocal music. Vadivelu (1810-1845) one of the Tanjavur Quartet (4 Member musical team), and direct disciple of Muthuswamy Dikshitar, was the most significant person, contributed for the adoption of Violin in Karnatak musical concerts.  Vadivelu was appointed the Asthana Widwan (Regiment Musician) in the court of composer-king Swati Tirunal of Travancore (Kerala, India
).
Generally the Belly (also called the top), the Sound post and the Bass bar are made of Spruce (Genus Picea), a light but strong softwood. The Back, Ribs, Neck, Peg box, Scroll and bridge are of Maple (Genus Acer), a hardwood. The best woods have been seasoned for many years in large wedges and the seasoning process continues indefinitely even after the Violin has been made. The Fingerboard of a violin is ideally made of Ebony (Genus Diospyros), but some particularly old violins have ivory fingerboards. Fingerboards on factory violins are often made of a less expensive variety of wood and stained black. The tuning pegs are also often made of Ebony, although a softer wood is sometimes chosen to minimise wear on the peg holes and for economies in cost. The Tailpiece is the last part of the violin traditionally made from Ebony, although there are now many suitable and popular materials, including aluminium and plastic.
Strings were first made of sheep's intestines, stretched, dried and twisted. Contrary to popular belief, violin strings were never made of cat gut. Such strings are still often used in historically accurate performances of music from the 18th century and earlier. They are also sometimes used in older instruments in fragile condition, where a synthetic string would potentially harm the instrument. Tonally, they can be compared to the speaking voice. Later it was found that strings could be improved by winding metal around the gut. The resulting strings were stronger and more even, and by tuning them to a higher tension more volume could be drawn out of the same instrument. The higher tension results in an equivalent pitch because the outer winding gives them greater mass.
The hair of the bow is traditionally white horse (male) hair, although many cheaper bows use synthetic fiber. The hair must be frequently rubbed with rosin in order to grip the strings and cause them to vibrate. The stick is traditionally made of wood, although some student bows are made of fiberglass. Recent innovations have allowed carbon-fiber to be used as a material for the stick at all levels of craftsmanship.
SOURCE http://www.musicalnirvana.com/introduction/british_raj4.html#Violin
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 THEME RECPE : JEEVA RASAM
  SOURCE : Sivananda Ashram, Paththamadai, Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu, India. (See details under 02 on the Top) 

Jeevan = The Life Matter in the body. Rasam = Motivated and Continued Happiness or Soup.
This is a Brain sharpening and  Physical Vitality addition  soup. It can be a part of the daily break-fast, lunch or dinner menu. It can be consumed in glass or added to  cooked Rise or  Wheat grains and eaten.

   TABLE OF INGREDIENT NAMES 
Asafoetida    Hing, Perungayam, Ferula Foetida
Ashwa Gandhi Indian Ginseng, Amukiran Kizhangu, Solamaceac, Winter Cherry, Withania Somnifera
Bengal Gram  Urad dal, Ulundhu, Phasleous Mungo
Bermuda Grass Aruham Pull, Cynodon,  Dactylon
Black Pepper Kaala Mirch, Milagu, Piper Nigrum
Coriander Dhania, Kotha Malli, Cilantro
Cumin Jeera, Cuminum Cynimu
Curry leaves Curry Patha, Karuveppilai
Murraya Koenigii
Dried Ginger Sonth, Chukku, Zingiber Officinale
Fenugreek Methi, Mendhiam
Trigonella Foeum/gaecum
Goose Berry Amla, Nellikkai, Ribes Grossularia,  Emblica Offini
Kandan Thippili Pipali, Piper Longum
Mustard Brassica Alba / Juncea
Red Chilli Laal Mirchi, Milagai, Capsicum Annum,
Tamarind Hamli, Puli, Famarindus Indica
Thoor Dhal Thuvar Dal, Thuvaram Paruppu, Pigeon Peas
Turmeric Haldi, Manjal, Curcuma Long

01. JEEVAN BLEND 

INGREDIENTS   
Asafoetida                   - 1/4 Tea Spoon (TS)
Bengal Gram               - 1 Table Spoon (TBS) 
Black Pepper              -  1/4 TS  
Coconut  (Grated)      -  1 TBS
Cumin Seeds              -   1 TS
Curry leaves (Dried)  -   7 Leaves     
Fenugreek seeds       -   1 TS  
Fresh Flavour Ghee  -   1 TS
Mustard seeds           -   1 TS   
Red Chili Powder       -   1 TS   
Turmeric powder        -   1 TS    
PREPARATION   
01. Spray Fresh Flavour Ghee  in a non-stick
      frying pan and roast each of the above
      ingredients one by one till they turn aromatic.
02. Mix all the ingredients and grind into a fine
      powder using an electric grinder.
03. Store Jeevan Blend in a air-tight bottle and
      use when required.

02. RASAM BLEND 

INGREDIENTS   
Coriander Seeds         - 1/2 Tea Cup  (TC) 
Cumin seeds               -  1/2 TC
Thoor Dal                   -  1/2 TC
Whole Black Pepper  -  1
   TC     
PREPARATION   
01. Slightly roast (without adding oil) the
       ingredients in a fry pan, one by one
till they
       turn aromatic.
02. Grind the roasted ingredients into a nice
       Powder.
03. Store Rasam Blend in a air-tight bottle and
      use when required.

03. JEEVA RASAM

INGREDIENTS   
Asafoetida  -  1/4 Tea Spoon (TS)   
Ashwa Gandhi Juice -   1 Table Spoon (TBS)  
Bermuda Grass Juice - 1 TBS
Black Pepper - 1/4 TS    

Coriander leaves - 3 TS
      (Washed &  Finely Chopped)
Coriander seeds - 2 TS  
Cumin Seeds  -  1 TS  
Curry leaves  -  3 TS
       ( Washed & Finely Chopped)

Fresh Flavour Ghee - 1 TBS
Goose Berry (Juice)  -  1 TBS
Jeevan Blend (01 Above) - 1 TBS
Kandan Thippili - 1 TS
Mustard  - 1/2 TS   
Rasam Blend (02 Above)  - 1 TBS
Red Chilly Powder  -  5  TS  

Salt  - 1 TBS
Tamarind  -  Small lemon size pulp  
Thoor dhal -  1 Tea Cup

Tomatoes  - 2 Medium Size
Turmeric powder  -  1/4 TS  
PREPARATION   
01. Keep a large vessel to prepare the Jeeva
      Rasam.
02. Soak Tomatoes in hot water, crush them.
      Filter into the  vessel 01.
03. Extract the Tamarind  pulp essence by adding
      warm water,   leave it for 15 minutes, crush
      and filter into the vessel in 01.
04. Add Ashwa Gandhi, Bermuda grass and
     Gooseberry juices into  the contents of 
     Vessel 01.
05. Add Jeevan and Rasam blends
into  the  
       contents of  Vessel 01.
06. Cook Thoor Dhal in a small pressure cooker.
      (3 Cups of water. 10 Steam pressure whistles).
      Nicely wet grind in a mixer into a paste. Add to
      the contents of  Vessel 01. 
07. Keep the Vessel 01 with all contents in a
      Medium fire and wait till it boils.  Then reduce
      the fire to Sim,  keep for 5 Minutes and
      remove from fire.
08.
Keep a Non-stick vessel on medium fire, for
      light surface frying. Use a Wooden
      or Teflon spoon to Scatter / Stir and transfer
       the contents.
      (a) Crush Kandan Thippili into a fine powder.
            Spray a about 5  drops of Fresh Flavour
           Ghee (FFG). As soon as slight  fume comes,
            put the crushed Kandan Thippili, Scatter /
            Stir till the aroma comes.  Add this to the
            boiled liquid  in  07.
      (b) Spray a about 10  drops of FFG.  When a
            slight  fume comes  put the Mustard
            Seeds. As soon as it crackles, quickly add
            Asafoetida,  Black Pepper, Coriander
            seeds, Cumin seeds, Red chilli powder and
            Turmeric powder. Scatter / Stir till the
            aroma comes.  Add this to the boiled liquid
             in  07.
09. Add the raw chopped Coriander and Curry
       leaves to the boiled liquid in  07.
10. The Jeeva Rasam is ready. Srve hot in a glass
      or with Cooked Rice / Wheat granuels.

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