Health like beauty is often a matter of subjective impression. But, while beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, the diagnosis of perfect and positive health is a verdict rendered after a carefully executed medical examination.
Tag Archives: Bhaja Govindam
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE ENEMY
Suratgarh, Rajasthan, is the venue of training for members of Indian Armed Forces. The battle preparation gives a sense of excitement. The story is about an individual who presented with medical symptoms of excitement caused by a terrifying disease known as ‘Hydrophobia’, the fatal infection with Rabies Virus.
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE TOXIN
A young woman aged about 17 years was subjected to an unnecessary surgical procedure and had exposed her to a deadly infection of Tetanus. She was diagnosed very early and yet her life could not be saved. Human existence faces different challenges from different directions. We all need protection just to survive and live a normal course of life before we drop to the ground like a ripened fruit.
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE SHADOW
Mrs. Padma Sundarji in 1978 had faced a challenge to her existence and when I first met her, I had recognized that the bloom of Good Health and Vitality could not be seen on her face. In the gardens that we tend, we should let the flowers bloom.
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE REFUGE
The sweet name of Govinda is my ultimate refuge.
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE PUJA
The Indian Tradition lays emphasis upon the role of Guru or Master and Indian Identity and Culture is defined by this attitude and practice of Guru Puja or Guru Worship.
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE FEAR
Indian Identity is characterized by a “FEAR”. This is unlike the “FEAR OF THE LORD” described in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In the Land of Bharat, human existence is described as ‘SAMSARA’ or ‘BHAVA’. It is a fearful journey. It is a disease entity.
WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE HUMILITY
Indians worship Lord Ganesha to seek success with a sense of humility.While exploring the thoughts, ideas, and mental concepts that originated in the Land of India, I seek a creative inspiration from Lord Rama who had inspired poet Bammera Potana.