Sunday, March 4, 2012

he is pretending to be dead keeps him alive

in mumbai even little children are not safe..

he escaped from an urban jungle full of elephants in rain coats during the elections

we aim high.. we are the people of mumbai

if instead of creating fucked parks white elephants gone black .. she had created a future for their children

the ear cleaner digs into the hole in your brains

aye gandu .. jyada teen pach mat kar..

a stone elephant trampled his harvest and his future ..

who will form the next government in uttar elephant a flower or a cyle or a hand

all eyes now on uttar pradesh...after the battle of the ballot the public gets hung

the ragpicker boy was born without a future

hijras are men living as women.. they made a choice but who hears their voice

she loved elephants more than the poor of her state ..

I Shoot life from the Viewfinder of my Fucked Soul

Dont Ask Him His Birth Date ..His Luck Died Before He Was Born

As Indians Our Common Man Is Much Stronger Than Our Army Chief

Muslim Beggars Dont Ever Celebrate Eid ,,

bichde sabhi bari bari...

only in India work is worship..

humility came much before man made a home as a dwelling place

life is always in motion .. running over emotions death and devotion

man created dividing walls before he created a home

simplicity is the essence of understandable street photography

my subjects are ordinary people me and you

The Mobile Phone Has Fucked Man Forever ..

The Masked Marauder .. and the Helpless Woman.. Unfinished Street Story

the only wild cat in my area has gone tame and timid

feline fidelity .. alas is dead in females of the human specie

the life i shoot is as real as pain flowing in my veins

The Silhouette of the Hijab..

All The Kings Horses All The Kings Men Could Not Put The Elephants Together Again

jab garibon
ke pasine se banaye hue
hathi tode jayenge
bhangar main beche jayenge
khushiyon ke naye din ayenge
bhaiyya bambai chodkar
apne watan laut jayenge
phir se social engineering
kabar main daphnayenge
na koie dalit na koie musalman
na koie brahmin
phir se sab hindustani ban jayenge
tiranga lehrayenge behnji ke
jute nahi chamkayenge
sone ki mala phoolon ke har
unke statue par ab nahi chadeyenge

the hijras are men in a ladies attire

blue sapphires
body lustful
loins on fire
sex on hire
the hijra
gets tired
at the red light
cages hijra gully
livewire short
supply no buyers
a missing womb
gen next he wont sire
the hijra libidinous
love androgynous desire


Allium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion genus, Allium. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive,[1] and rakkyo.[2] Dating back over 6,000 years, garlic is native to central Asia,[3] and has long been a staple in the Mediterranean region, as well as a frequent seasoning in Asia, Africa, and Europe. It was known to Ancient Egyptians, and has been used throughout its history for both culinary and medicinal purposes.[4]

The ancestry of cultivated garlic is not definitively established. According to Zohary and Hopf,[5] "A difficulty in the identification of its wild progenitor is the sterility of the cultivars", though it is thought to be descendent from the species Allium longicuspis, which grows wild in central and southwestern Asia.[6][7] Allium sativum grows in the wild in areas where it has become naturalised. The "wild garlic", "crow garlic", and "field garlic" of Britain are members of the species Allium ursinum, Allium vineale, and Allium oleraceum, respectively. In North America, Allium vineale (known as "wild garlic" or "crow garlic") and Allium canadense, known as "meadow garlic" or "wild garlic" and "wild onion", are common weeds in fields.[8] One of the best-known "garlics", the so-called elephant garlic, is actually a wild leek (Allium ampeloprasum), and not a true garlic. Single clove garlic (also called pearl or solo garlic) originated in the Yunnan province of China.
[edit]European garlic

Italian garlic PDO (Aglio Bianco Polesano)
There are a number of garlics with Protected Geographical Status in Europe; these include:
Aglio Bianco Polesano from Veneto, Italy (PDO)
Aglio di Voghiera from Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, Italy (PDO)
Ail blanc de Lomagne from Lomagne in the Gascony area of France (PGI)
Ail de la Drôme from Drôme in France (PGI)
Ail rose de Lautrec a rose/pink garlic from Lautrec in France (PGI)
Ajo Morado de Las Pedroñeras a rose/pink garlic from Las Pedroñeras in Spain (PGI)

While botanists classify garlic under the umbrella of the species, Allium sativum, there are also two main subspecies.[9]
Ophioscorodon, or hard necked garlic, includes porcelain garlics, rocambole garlic, and purple stripe garlics.
Sativum, or soft necked garlic, includes artichoke garlic, silverskin garlic, and creole garlic.
Bulb garlic is available in many forms, including fresh, frozen, dried, fermented (black garlic) and shelf stable products (in tubes or jars). In addition, see Culinary uses for other edible parts of the garlic plant.

Garlic is easy to grow and can be grown year-round in mild climates. While sexual propagation of garlic is indeed possible, nearly all of the garlic in cultivation is propagated asexually, by planting individual cloves in the ground.[6] In cold climates, cloves are planted in the fall, about six weeks before the soil freezes, and harvested in late spring.[10] Garlic plants are usually very hardy, and are not attacked by many pests or diseases. Garlic plants are said to repel rabbits and moles.[2] Two of the major pathogens that attack garlic are nematodes and white rot disease, which remain in the soil indefinitely once the ground has become infected.[6] Garlic also can suffer from pink root, a typically nonfatal disease that stunts the roots and turns them pink or red.[11]
Garlic plants can be grown close together, leaving enough room for the bulbs to mature, and are easily grown in containers of sufficient depth. When selecting garlic for planting, it is important to pick large heads from which to separate cloves. Large cloves, along with proper spacing in the planting bed, will also improve head size. Garlic plants prefer to grow in a soil with a high organic material content, but are capable of growing in a wide range of soil conditions and pH levels.[6]
There are different types or subspecies of garlic, most notably hardneck garlic and softneck garlic. The latitude where the garlic is grown affects the choice of type as garlic can be day-length sensitive. Hardneck garlic is generally grown in cooler climates; softneck garlic is generally grown closer to the equator.[12][13]
Garlic scapes are removed to focus all the garlic's energy into bulb growth. The scapes can be eaten raw or cooked.[10][14]
[edit]Production trends

Garlic output in 2005
Garlic is grown globally, but China is by far the largest producer of garlic, with approximately 10.5 million tonnes (23 billion pounds) grown annually, accounting for over 77% of world output. India (4.1%) and South Korea (2%) follow, with Egypt and Russia (1.6%) tied in fourth place and the United States (where garlic is grown in every state except for Alaska) in sixth place (1.4%).[15] This leaves 16% of global garlic production in countries that each produce less than 2% of global output. Much of the garlic production in the United States is centered in Gilroy, California, which calls itself the "garlic capital of the world".[16]

Medicinal use and health benefits
Garlic, raw
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy623 kJ (149 kcal)
Carbohydrates33.06 g
- Sugars1.00g
- Dietary fiber2.1 g
Fat0.5 g
Protein6.39 g
- beta-carotene5 μg (0%)
Thiamine (vit. B1)0.2 mg (17%)
Riboflavin (vit. B2)0.11 mg (9%)
Niacin (vit. B3)0.7 mg (5%)
Pantothenic acid (B5)0.596 mg (12%)
Vitamin B61.235 mg (95%)
Folate (vit. B9)3 μg (1%)
Vitamin C31.2 mg (38%)
Calcium181 mg (18%)
Iron1.7 mg (13%)
Magnesium25 mg (7%)
Phosphorus153 mg (22%)
Potassium401 mg (9%)
Sodium17 mg (1%)
Zinc1.16 mg (12%)
Manganese 1.672 mg
Selenium 14.2 μg
Percentages are relative to US recommendations for adults.
Source: USDA Nutrient Database
In in vitro studies, garlic has been found to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal activity. However, these actions are less clear in vivo. Garlic is also claimed to help prevent heart disease (including atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure) and cancer.[28] Garlic is used to prevent certain types of cancer, including stomach and colon cancers. In fact, countries where garlic is consumed in higher amounts, because of traditional cuisine, have been found to have a lower prevalence of cancer.[29] Animal studies, and some early research studies in humans, have suggested possible cardiovascular benefits of garlic. A Czech study found garlic supplementation reduced accumulation of cholesterol on the vascular walls of animals.[30] Another study had similar results, with garlic supplementation significantly reducing aortic plaque deposits of cholesterol-fed rabbits.[31] Another study showed supplementation with garlic extract inhibited vascular calcification in human patients with high blood cholesterol.[32] The known vasodilative effect of garlic is possibly caused by catabolism of garlic-derived polysulfides to hydrogen sulfide in red blood cells (RBCs), a reaction that is dependent on reduced thiols in or on the RBC membrane. Hydrogen sulfide is an endogenous cardioprotective vascular cell-signaling molecule.[33]
A randomized clinical trial funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine in 2007 found the consumption of garlic in any form did not reduce blood cholesterol levels in patients with moderately high baseline cholesterol levels.[34][35] According to, "despite decades of research suggesting that garlic can improve cholesterol profiles, a new NIH-funded trial found absolutely no effects of raw garlic or garlic supplements on LDL, HDL, or triglycerides... The findings underscore the hazards of meta-analyses made up of small, flawed studies and the value of rigorously studying popular herbal remedies". In an editorial regarding the initial report's findings, two physicians from Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, pointed out that there may "be effects of garlic on atherosclerosis specifically that were not picked up in the study".[36]
Allium sativum has been found to reduce platelet aggregation[37][38][39][40] and hyperlipidemia.[40][41][42]
In 2007, the BBC reported Allium sativum may have other beneficial properties, such as preventing and fighting the common cold.[43] This assertion has the backing of long tradition in herbal medicine, which has used garlic for hoarseness and coughs.[44] The Cherokee also used it as an expectorant for coughs and croup.[45]
Garlic is also alleged to help regulate blood sugar levels. Regular and prolonged use of therapeutic amounts of aged garlic extracts lower blood homocysteine levels and has been shown to prevent some complications of diabetes mellitus.[46][47] People taking insulin should not consume medicinal amounts of garlic without consulting a physician.
Garlic was used as an antiseptic to prevent gangrene during World War I and World War II.[48] More recently, it has been found from a clinical trial that a mouthwash containing 2.5% fresh garlic shows good antimicrobial activity, although the majority of the participants reported an unpleasant taste and halitosis.[49]
Garlic cloves are used as a remedy for infections (especially chest problems), digestive disorders, and fungal infections such as thrush.[50][51] Garlic can be used as a disinfectant because of its bacteriostatic and bacteriocidal properties.[4]
Garlic has been found to enhance thiamin absorption, and therefore reduces the likelihood for developing the thiamin deficiency beriberi.[52]
In 1924, it was found to be an effective way to prevent scurvy, because of its high vitamin C content.[52]
Garlic has been used reasonably successfully in AIDS patients to treat Cryptosporidium in an uncontrolled study in China.[53] It has also been used by at least one AIDS patient to treat toxoplasmosis, another protozoal disease.[54]
Garlic supplementation has been shown to boost testosterone levels in rats fed a high protein diet.[55]
A 2010 double-blind, parallel, randomised, placebo-controlled trial, involving 50 patients whose routine clinical records in general practice documented treated but uncontrolled hypertension, concluded, "Our trial suggests that aged garlic extract is superior to placebo in lowering systolic blood pressure similarly to current first line medications in patients with treated but uncontrolled hypertension

Nayi Umar Ki Nayi Fasal.. A Forgotten Gem..

This is my tribute to a blogger Atul who has captured the beauty of old lyrics for posterity .. may his tribe increase ... his words on this film Nayi Umar Ki Nayi Fasal

During the golden era of Hindi movie music (circa 1950-1980), things were quite simple and rudimentary in most fields. Hindi movie songs tended to become popular only if the movie did better, and the movies did better only if they followed certain set formulaes. Movies that tended to deviate from the standard formulae tended to fail and as a result, the songs of such movies too would suffer.

“Nayi Umar Ki Nayi Fasal” (1967) was an off beat movie and it failed at the box office. AS a result, the songs of this movie also failed to get popular with the public. In fact, most people may not have heard of most of the songs of this movie.
For instance, I was just not aware of this song from “Nayi Umar Ki Nayi Fasal” (1967). I have become aware of this song only because of a farmaish from Lalitha who has obviously heard this song before.
Here is this lovely radio song, which is sung by Asha Bhonsle and Rafi. The song is picturised on Tanuja and Rajeev.
Neeraj (who was making his debut as a lyricist in this movie) is the lyricist. Roshan is thew music director.
Here is this forgotten gem from a forgotten movie.

Song-Aaj ki raat badi shokh badi natkhat hai (Nayi Umar Ki Nayi Fasal) (1967) Singers-Asha Bhonsle, Rafi,Lyrics-Neeraj, MD-Roshan
aaj ki raat badi shokh badi natkhat hai
aaj to tere binaa neend nahin aayegi
ab to tere hi yahaan aane kaa ye mausam hai
ab tabeeyat na khayaalon se bahal paayegi
haay paani ki ye rimjhim ye guledaar phuhaar
aise nas nas mein teri chaah jagaa jaati hai
jaise pinjre mein kisi qaid pade panchhi ko
apni aazaad udaanon ki yaad aati hai
ab to aa jaao
ab to aa jaao meri maang ke sindoor suhaag
saans teri hai
saans teri hai tere naam pe mit jaayegi
aaj to tere binaa neend nahin aayegi
aisi hi raat to wo thhi ke teri nazron ne
mujhe pahnaayaa thaa jab pyaar ke kapdon kaa libaas
aur us raat bhi aisi hi sharaabi thhi fizaa
jab teri baahon mein mahki thhi meri saans-o-adaa (?)
aur ab aisi
aur ab aisi jawaan rut mein akeli main hoon
aa jaa warnaa
aa jaa warnaa ye shamaa kaanp ke bujh jaayegi
aaj to tere binaa neend nahin aayegi
aaj ki raat badi shokh badi natkhat hai
aaj to tere binaa neend nahin aayegi
hmm hmm hmm
par thahar wo jo wahaan
par thahar wo jo wahaan lete hain footpaathon par
laash bhhi jinki kafan tak na yahaan paati hai
aur wo jhonpde chhat bhi na hai sar par jin ke
chhaate chhappar hi jahaan zindagi so jaati hai
pahle in sab ke liye
pahle in sab ke liye ek imaarat gadh loon
phir teri maang
phir teri maang sitaaron se bhari jaayegi
aaj to tere binaa neend nahin aayegi
aaj ki raat badi shokh badi natkhat hai
aaj to tere binaa neend nahin aayegi

i shoot maria ..and i live to tell her painful journey through a fistful of pictures

god is a gardener and some of his plants need more water than others

photographers are painters we paint gods backyard of weeds

gods world is a picture gallery of pain..

she is blind but knows i am shooting her pictures she hides her shame from me

once i enter her mind i record the lilting silence of her soul

as a photographer i enter her mind through my camera

in maharashtra migrants work like slaves ..

but luckily
they dont have
to build elephants
statues or dig
their graves
in their
home states
it is their political
leaders that
earn and save
through scams
that they crave
happy happy
they wave

in India women are made to slog ..and in arab countries by culture police flogged

karvan guzar gaya ghubar dekte rahe

Swapna-jhare phool se,
Meet-chubhe shool se,

Lut gaye singaar sabhi baag ke babool se,
Aur hum khade-khade bahaar dekhte rahe,
Karvan guzar gaya, Gubar dekhte rahe.

Neend bhi khuli na thi ki hai dhoop dhal gayi,
Paon jab talak uthe ki zindagi fisal gayi,
Paat-paat jhar gaye ki shaakh-shaakh jal gayi,
Chah to nikal saki na par umar nikal gayi.

Geet ashk ban gaye,
chhand ho dafan gaye,
Saath ke sabhi diye dhuan-dhuan pehen gaye,
Aur hum jhuke-jhuke,
Mod par ruke-ruke,
Umar ke chadhaav ka utaar dekhte rahe,
Karvan guzar gaya, Gubar dekhte rahe!

Kya shabaab tha ki phool-phool pyar kar utha,
Kya suroop tha ki dekh aina sihar utha,
Is taraf zameen aur asmaan udhar utha,
Thaam kar jigar utha ki jo mila nazar utha,
Ek din magar Yahan,
Aisee kuchh hawa chali,
Lut gayi kali-kali ki ghut gayi gali-gali,
Aur hum lute-lute,
Waqt se pite-pite,
saans ki sharaab ka khumaar dekhte rahe,
Karvan guzar gaya, Gubar dekhte rahe!

Haath the mile ki zulf chaand ki sanwaar doon,
Honth the khule ki har bahaar ko pukaar doon,
Dard tha diya gaya ki har dukhi ko pyar doon,
Aur saand yoon ki swarg bhoomi par utaar doon,
Ho saka na kuchh magar,
Shaam ban gayi seher,
Woh uthi lehar ki dheh gaye kile bikhar-bikhar,
Aur ham dare-dare,
Neer nayan mein bhare,
Odh-kar kafan pade mazaar dekhte rahe,
Karvan guzar gaya, Gubar dekhte rahe!

Maang bhar chali ki ek jab nayi-nayi kiran,
Dholke dhunuk uthi, thumuk uthe charan-charan,
Shor mach gaya ki lo chali dulhan, chali dulhan,
Gaaon sab umad pada, behek uthe nayan-nayan,
Par tabhi zehar bhari,
Gaaz ek woh giri,
Punchh gaya sindoor, taar-taar hui choonri,
Aur ham ajaan se,
Door ke makaan se,
Palki kiye hue kahar dekhte rahe!
Karvan guzar gaya, Gubar dekhte rahe!!

Movie : Nai Umar Ki Nai Fasal
Music Director : Roshan
Singer(s) :Mohd. Rafi
Lyricists :Neeraj

The Poetry of Life .. Fighting Against Time ..Human Strife ..

The East Indian Manoos .. Lost Everything Thanks To Builder Politician Nexus

And the Church looked the other way because the padre had his plate full of food to interfere with temporal situations he was in no mood .. he said render to Christ what belonged to Christ just do Good .. Render to Caesar what belongs to Caesar .. a thought that did the community No Good.. fate conspired against heritage ancestry ...tradition culture .. a page cant be displayed misunderstood

Jesus Silently Said Namaste ..Ek Zindagi Kaie Manzilein our Kaie Rastein

muhabbat men aise qadam dagamagaaye zamaana ye samajha ke ham pike aaye pike aaye

mujhe ilzaam na dena meri behoshi kaa~~aa
ilzaam na dena meri behoshi ka
meri majaboor muhabbat ki ye rusavaaee hai

Jab Dil Hi Toot Gaya Ham Jike Kya Karenge ..

जब दिल ही तूट गया, जब दिल ही तूट गया
हम जी के क्या करेंगे, हम जी के क्या करेंगे
जब दिल ही तूट गया - २

उलफ़त का दिया हमने, इस दिल में जलाया था - २
उम्मीद के फूलों से, इस घर को सजाया था - २
इक भेदी लूट गया, इक भेदी लूट गया
हम जी के क्या करेंगे, हम जी के क्या करेंगे
जब दिल ही तूट गया

(मालूम ना था इतनी, मुश्किल हैं मेरी राहें
मुश्किल हैं मेरी राहें ) - २
अरमां के बहे आँसू, हसरत ने भरीं आहें - २
हर साथी छूट गया, हर साथी छूट गया
हम जी के क्या करेंगे, हम जी के क्या करेंगे
जब दिल ही तूट गया

jab dil hi toot gayaa, jab dil hi toot gayaa
ham ji ke kya karenge, ham ji ke kya karenge
jab dil hi toot gayaa - 2

ulafat ka diya ham ne, is dil men jalaaya tha - 2
ummeed ke phuulon se, is ghar ko sajaaya tha - 2
ik bhedi loot gaya, ik bhedi loot gaya
ham ji ke kya karenge, ham ji ke kya karenge
jab dil hi tto gaya

(maaloom na tha itani, mushkil hain meri raahen
mushkil hain mer raahen ) - 2
aramaan ke bahe aansoo, hasarat ne bhari aahen - 2
har saathi chhut gaya, har saathi chhut gaya
ham ji ke kya karenge, ham ji ke kya karenge
jab dil hi toot gaya

Jab Dil Hi Toot Gaya ( Lyrics )
Movie : Shahjahaan
Music Director : Naushad
Singer(s) :K.L.Saigal
Lyricists :Majrooh Sultanpuri

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