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Newsletter September 2009

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Greetings to all! Hope you all had a very good Dasara festival celebrations.

Based on the feedback received from members and non member


supporters, Janaranjani 2009 program was well received by people who
attended the function. As you may have known, we also produced a video
of the function and the first batch of DVD copies printed, have all been
sold out within a couple of days. Due to better than expected gate
receipts, our business sponsors and member donors, we have come out
well ahead of our budget projections for Janaranjani function. This is a
very pleasing outcome from your committee’s perspective.

The membership of our association has increased this year and your
committee is in the process of compiling the membership lists of both life
and annual members. Maintaining an accurate list of all financial members
of the organisation at all times is a requirement of Associations
Incorporation Act of Victoria. We plan to have these membership lists in
an auditable form in the near future.

As you are aware, your TAAI committee is working on plans to implement


a new TAAI website in year 2010. There is a good amount of planning that
is taking place currently to enable us to move forward on this activity. I
hope to write to you soon to give you some detail on how we go about
undertaking this fairly challenging task.

I am pleased to share with you all that TAAI has received a sum of $1500.00
as grant from National Australia Bank (NAB). Our sincere thanks to
Ramakrishna Raju Indukuri for all his efforts in obtaining the amount under
the ‘Employee Community Grant’.

Cheers!

Gopal Tangirala

President TAAI
On Behalf of Management Committee

Wish you all a Happy and


Prosperous Deepawali
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Telugu Association is pleased to extend warm thanks to Ayyalasomayajula family for


their generous and valuable support towards trophies to all children who participated in
Janaranjani 2009. These trophies provide an opportunity to encourage and recognise
their talents.
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Janaranjani – A review
TAAI has celebrated its winter function ‘Janaranjani’ at the Renaissance theatre, Kew,
Victoria, on 6th September 2009 with the fullest vigour shown by the committee
members along with the highest member family participation from our community which
has not been seen the past 5 to 6 years. Full credit must go to the committee members
for their untiring efforts in bringing the community together and making the function a
grand success. The large attendance and overwhelming response to this function from
almost all suburbs in Melbourne is a proper endorsement to the programmes undertaken
by the committee. It is unfortunate that some of our community members have missed
out in securing entry tickets to this programme even after stretching seating of the
theatre much beyond its capacity.

The program consisted of nearly 13 production items, 10 karaoke songs, a few words
from TAAI committee members and programme sponsors and of course, an address by
the guest of honour Mr. George Lekasis, Chairperson of the Victorian Multicultural
Commission. The programme had started on time at 2 PM and finished at 7.15 PM as
scheduled.

The program opened with a classical dance for the song ‘Maa Telugu Talliki
Mallepoodanda’, a befitting tribute to our Telugu Talli. Following that one group of the
youngest participants in the programme brought our Indian festivals into the theatre
with their appropriate costumes, cheerful smiles and background music of Sheik
Moulana Sahib’s Nadaswaram. Another young group paraded in fancy dresses.
“The program consisted
This year’s Janaranjani function was dominated by a number of dance items where the of nearly 13 production
participation was from very young, the youths, to the adults. The ‘Dhim Ta Dare’, a items, 10 karaoke songs,
musical dance performance by young girls and boys in aqua blue colour uniform, had a few words from TAAI
attracted the attention of audience with their rhythmic steps. The dance for the song committee members and
“Nachave Nizam Pori” was performed very well by energetic young boys and girls from programme sponsors and
the western suburbs. Another group of young boys from south-eastern suburbs have of course, an address by
done the ‘Let’s do it’ dance with a lot of formations and fast paced steps. Similarly a the guest of honour Mr.
large group of young girls performed a simple but very effective graceful dance for George Lekasis,
“Chudarandamma” song describing young Krishna leelalu; the girls brought richness to Chairperson of the
the stage with their traditional long silk skirts in vibrant colours. Another group of young Victorian Multicultural
early teenage girls performed a dance with quick moves on ‘I want to swing like a bird’ Commission.”
which is a mix of a few film songs, choreographed by themselves. The Bangaru
kodipettalu Mix 1 and 2 were well articulated productions with a combination of film
song bits performed by a group of young ladies. The dances were well supported by
graceful, rhythmic, and synchronised moves which entertained the crowd very well.

Members of the Telugu Ladies club group presented a nice piece of “Kolatam”
production mixing the classical and folk steps in colourful costumes.

The largest group performance item (about 32 participants) in Janaranjani was the
Millennium Medleys - A collection of old film song bits to new ones representing
different decades from 1950s to 2000; the dances were performed sequentially and in
quick succession by group of adults and youth. This piece of production had completely
stolen the show and flabbergasted the audience, inviting them to guess the next song.

The karaoke songs were slotted in between the production items and well-received by
the audience.The MCs did their job well to up-keep the tempo and entertained the
audience with some subtle jokes. It was a good gesture on Indya foods to provide
refreshments during the half way break of the programme and Amba bazaar to provide
some take away free-bees.

Over all, the packed audience had immensely enjoyed the programme and will be sure
to remember that good evening for a good while.

Rama Rao Munuganti


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All the photographs of Janaranjani function will be uploaded on TAAI website soon.
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Our Telugu Community in Victoria has achieved great things displaying unique qualities of
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small attempt to articulate the qualities of our vibrant Community, which I would like to
dedicate to our 'Chinnarulu' for their willingness to embrace Telugu essentials with ease

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ఉం ే ాళళ్ం. ేరల్ ు నటం అపుప్ ే దటి
ఆ ో ఈ అ ొలో షన్ చందుర్ ి దకు ి ే టైం, ార య కాలమానం పర్కారం ఏ ో అరధ్ ా ర్ టైం. టైం ా .ి అ ోలో 11 ాకెట్, ఆ
స ి గ్ ా గురుత్ లేదు. కా ేము నన్ ిలల్ల ై ా, ఆ ా ర్ ఎలా ోలా, ేలుకొ ఉ ాన్ము. మా ానన్, ఆ లూ ార్ మాడూయ్ల్
ా ,ర్ ార్ట్ ేవులో, Voice Of America టూయ్న్ ే ి ెటట్ ారు. ేమం ా దుపప్టు
ల్ కపుప్కొ ఆ ే ి తలుచుకుంటే ే ఏ ో ంత”
చుటూ
ట్ పడుకొ ాన్ం. VOA నటం ఒక అదుభ్తం ా అ ిం ే ి. ఎకక్ ో అ ె ికా. ే ే ఈ
కూ పూ ిలో. అకక్ ి నుం ఆ అ ె ికా ాడు మాటాల్డట ే టి? ేము ఇకక్డ నట ే టి? మాటి
మాటిక,ి ా లో వ ేచ్ Yankee doodle doo jingle, మ ియు నూయ్స్ ముందు వ ేచ్ jingle మా
గుం ెలలో ఎ ో ఒక లయలా ా ర్ గుతుం ే . ా లో ఆ అ ె ికన్ news reader, ఆయన గం ర ైన
ొంతు ాలా ఆకటుట్కొనన్ ి. Short wave కావటం మూలం ా, ధవ్ అలలలా ా వసూ
త్ ఉం ే ి. బా ా
ఏకాగత
ర్ ో ా స్ వ ేచ్ ి. అందరం కు కి ల్ పడుతూ,
ాటు ాలా కూయ్ ియా ిటి ో ంటూ ఉ ాన్ము.
ఆపప్టోల్ మాకు ఇం ల్ ష్
ీ అంత బా ా ాదు. అందులోనూ అ ె ికన్ ఇం ల్ ష
ీ ు! మా ానన్ ఓ ిక ా ంటూ మధయ్
మధయ్లో మాకు ెలుగులో టార్నుస్లేట్ ే ి ెపుప్తూ ఉం ే ారు. Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin,
Michael Collins ేరల్ ు నటం అపుప్ ే దటి ా ి. అ ోలో 11 ాకెట్, ఆ లూ ార్ మాడూయ్ల్
తలుచుకుంటే ే ఏ ో ంత అనుభవం మనసులో క ిం ి. ాలా గంటలు ఆ కా ెంట ీ వసూ
త్ ే ఉనన్ ి. మా
ానన్ ానన్ం ా మాకు ెలుగులో అనువ ిసత్ ూ ,ే మధయ్లో మాకు వ ేచ్ సం ే లను వృ త్ ేసత్ ూ ే
ఉ ాన్రు. Neil Armstrong ెలల్ ా లూ ార్ మాడూయ్ల్ నుం కిందకు ిగటం, ఆ సం ాషణలు మాలో
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ఎనన్డూ లే సూఫ్ త్ ి క ిం ా . ఆ త ావ్త ే ి లోనూ, నూయ్స్ ేప ల్ ోనూ ఎకక్డ చూ ి ా అ ే


మాటలు, ా గు ిం ే ఊ ా ాలు. నన్ ో ల్ ో ఈ షయం గు ిం మాటాల్ ినపుప్డు, ఆ కా ెంట ీ
త్ ా న్ LP record ా కూ ా NASA నుం అపుప్ ెపుప్ ో ె ిప్ం ామ కూ ా ె ాప్రు.
ఇదం ా కూ పూ ిలో జ ి ిందంటే అ శ కిత్ కాదు. మా కూ పూ ిలో ేరుబ ిన తుబ ి ఆ ాముల
కొడుకులు, కూతుళుళ్ అపుప్ ే బోలెడు మం ి అ ె ికాలో ఉ ాన్రు. అందువలల్ అ ె ికా అ ాన్, అకక్డ జ ి ే
పర్ సంగ ాలా ముఖయ్ం ా మాటాల్డుకొ ,ే ొపప్ ైతు ాంపర్దయమునన్ పలెల్ మా ి. కూ పూ ి కోగంటి
ా ి హై సూక్లులో, మా ానన్ ారు న
ై ుస్ మా ట్ ారు. అ ె ికా అ ాన్, అకక్డ జ ి ే ైనుస్ షయాల ాన్
మా ఇంటోల్ పర్ ేయ్క ైన అ మానం. మా ానన్ ా ికి ైనుస్ మూలం ా, కొంత మం ి P-Score
Volunteers ో ప ిచయమ య్ం ి. ఆ త ావ్త ఇదద్ రు అ ల్ , మా ఇంటికి కూ ా వ చ్, మా ఇంటోల్
ె ికను
ఆం ార్ ోజనం నడం, ఇపప్టికీ ాలా ఆశచ్రయ్ం ా ఉంటుం ి. ా ి చూ ేత్ చందుర్ ి ద ి ిన ఆ అ ె ిక ేల్
మా ఇంటికి వ ాచ్ ా అ ిం ం ి!
అలా ఆ ముగుగ్రు అ ల్ , చందుర్ ి ై
ె ికను ి ,ి ి ి మ ళ్ భు కి ి ివ ాచ్రంటే, అ ి మానవ జా కే,ఒక
షఠ్ ైన గ ివ్ంచ తగగ్ కష్ణం. ఆ ప తర్ ైన కష్ణా న్ మనసుస్లో ఉంచుకొ , ాకిషట్ ైన, గురుత్కొ చ్న కొ న్
చందమామ ాటల పలల్ వులు కు కూ ా గురుత్ ేయాల ిం ం ి. ాబో ే కాలములో మనం ఎకక్ ై ా
“గర్ ా లన గ
ి ం ఘన
క ినపుప్డు, ఆ కష్ణా న్ గురుత్ ేసుకొంటూ, ఈ జా ల్ ాటలు ాడుకొం ాం.
ారల పథమునుం
గగ ాంతర ోద ిలో
1. మానవు ే మహ యుడు మానవు ే మహ యుడు
గంధరవ్ ోళగతుల ాటి
శకిత్యుతుడు యుకిత్ పరుడు మానవు ే మాన యుడు
చందర్లోక ైన
గర్ ా లన ిగ ం ఘన ారల పథమునుం
ే ేందర్లోక ైన బొం ి ో
గగ ాంతర ోద ిలో గంధరవ్ ోళగతుల ాటి
జ ం ”
చందర్లోక ైన ే ేందర్లోక ైన బొం ి ో జ ం మరల
భు కి ి ి ాగ ే మానవు ే మహ యుడు
2. చందమామ ా ే జా ల్ ా ే జోరు ా లో జా కొమామ్ జార యకే కలా
కొం ెకిక్ ా ే ోగుపూలు ే ే వయాయ్ ి ాలు కళళ్లోన వ ాల ెం ిపూల ాన
3. అటు ానుపు ఇటు నువువ్ సవ్ ాల ఊయలూగు ేళ
అటు జా ఇటు నువువ్ 7. మామా చందమామా న ా ా ా క ా
కోరుకునన్ ి ా హృదయం ంటె మనసువుంటే క ేవు ా జ ా
ాడమనన్ ి ఈ సమయం 8. ఎ న్ ెలల్ ొ ఎ న్ ెలల్ ొ సందమామ
4. చందమామా .. అం ాల మామా, ి ాన్ ా మనువు ె య్ సం ామామ
ఎదుట ేను ా ెదుట వు 9. అటు పకక్న చలల్ జా ,
మా ఎదుట ఓ మామా ఎపుప్డుంటావు ఇటుపకక్న ెచచ్ కోమ
5. చందుర్ ోళ్ ఉం ే కుం ేలు కిం ికొ చ్ం ా, ా మ ిలో ే ెను అలజ ి,
కిం ికొ చ్ లా మా ిం ా కోమ ఓ జా
చుకక్లోల్ ఉం ే ేలు నున్ ె చ్ం ా, 10. చంద మామ బాగుం ి ేడు,
నున్ ె చ్ లో ే ిం ా చలల్ ా బాగుం ి ేడు,
6. జాము ా ి జా లమమ్ జోల ాడ ా ఇలా ఆ ైన ఇక ఆ ైన నువువ్ ా కళళ్లో ొం ి చూడు
Dr. ణ
ే ు ో ాల్ ా ాలెం
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Telugu Association is pleased to extend warm thanks to Kamisetty family for their
generous and valuable support towards Plaques awarded to the Coordinators in
Janaranjani 2009. These awards provide an opportunity to encourage the talents and
recognise the community spirit within.

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“మాతుర్భూ కి ఎం ో దూరంలో
5, బెలవ్ర్త్ అ ెనూయ్, టా ెన్ ట్,
ార య కాలమా ా కి ఓ
కోట్ ియా- ెలోబ్రన్
ాలుగునన్ర గంటల ఆ ికయ్
ఆ ట్ ే ర్ యా" ే ీ ....1-8-2009.
గమన థ్ ానంలో వునన్ ఈ
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ెలోబ్ర్న్మ నగరంలో ెలుగు సహు


ర్ దయుల కర ీ ిక "సర్వం "మాసప క
ర్ కి ా అ నందనలు.,
లో ి క ప్ం న " ల
ె ుగు
అ ొ ి ష
ే న్ ఆఫ్ ఆ ట్ ే ర్ యా"
ెలుగు జా ఎకక్ ికె ళ్ ా... ఎకక్డ వ ిసత్ ు ాన్ తమ ఔనన్ ాయ్ న్ కా ాడుకుంటూ వుండటం ా ి ారు ఎం ో అ నంద యులు”
సహజ పర్వృ త్ లా కొన ాగుతూ వుంటుం ి. సహ సమ వనం, పరసప్ర సహకా ాలాల్ంటి మూలాశయా న్
స ా ాటిసత్ ూ తమ తమ సంభంధ బాంధ ాయ్ న్ ెం ొం ించుకోవటం ా ికి అల ాటు.
మాతుర్భూ కి ఎం ో దూరంలో ార య కాలమా ా కి ఓ ాలుగునన్ర గంటల ఆ ికయ్ గమన థ్ ానంలో
వునన్ ఈ ెలోబ్ర్న్ ార్ంతంలో అచచ్ ెలుగు ెలుగులకు ఓ అం ాల లో ి క ప్ం న " ల
ె ుగు
అ ొ ి ష
ే న్ ఆఫ్ ఆ ట్ ే ర్ యా" ారు ఎం ో అ నంద యులు. ా ి ఆధవ్రయ్ంలో ే ెలుగు సంసక్ర్ కి
ఇకక్ ెం ో ఆదరణ ల త్ ోందనన్ షయం సప్షట్ ం ా ెలల్ ి అవు ోం ి. ై ా ారు ఎ ోన్ నూతన్ ైన
కారయ్కర్మాల ఆదు క ీతులోల్ రవ్హిసత్ ూ సభుయ్లోల్ ెలుగు ా ా మా ా న్, క ా మా ా న్
మ ెం ో ెం ొం ిం ే పర్య ాన్లోల్ వు ాన్రు. ఇంతవరకూ ఓ పథకం పర్కార ే అను ైన పర్ ే ాలోల్
అనుకూల ా ావరణంలో సర ా ా కలుసూ
త్ గడపటం ఓ ఆన ా ా రూపు ి ద్ ారు. అలా
క ినపుడు ఆట ాటల ోటీల రవ్హిసత్ ూ ాటయ్ం, ాటిక న్ ోర్తచ్హిసత్ ూవు ాన్రు. అలా ే పండుగ
ో లన్కూ ా సము తం ా గడుపటం, పూజా కారయ్కర్మాల న్ంటి సకర్మం ా రవ్హించటం లాంటి
పనులు కూ ా జ ి ి ోతు ాన్ .
ఈ దం ా ఎ ోన్ కారయ్కర్మా న్ సమరధ్ వంతం ా రవ్హిసత్ ునన్ ెలుగు అ ొ ి ేషన కారయ్కరత్ లెన్ం ో
పర్శం ించవల ివుం ి. అందుకే ా ికి కూ ా ా అ నంద న్ అందజేసత్ ు ాన్ను.
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Sweet Potato 
Sweet potatoes are one of the oldest vegetables known to mankind dating back to 
prehistoric times.  Though sweet potatoes are native to Central America, they are 
cultivated all over the world.  This humble sweet potato is rated as one of the 
healthiest vegetable and is qualified as an excellent source of vitamin A (in the form 
of beta‐carotene), a very good source of vitamin C and manganese, and a good 
source of copper, dietary fibre, vitamin B6, potassium and iron. The nutritional value 
for sweet potato amounts to twice the recommended daily allowance of Vitamins 
such as A, C, and B. If eaten along with its edible skin, sweet potatoes are abundant 
in their fibre content and are richer than oatmeal.  
  
There are as many as 400 varieties of the vegetable, with the flesh ranging from 
white and yellow to purple in colour and the skin being white, yellow, orange or  “If eaten along with
purple. The flesh colour of sweet potato is based on its antioxidant capacity and  its edible skin, sweet
beta‐carotene content.  By including this vegetable in your daily diet, you are actually  potatoes are abundant
in their fibre content
satisfying much of your body’s nutrient requirements. 
and are richer than
Nutritional Information oatmeal.”

¾ Vitamin C and beta‐carotene present in sweet potatoes serve as abundant 
sources of antioxidant and anti‐inflammatory nutrients. 
¾ Sweet potato is classified as an "antidiabetic" food. It has been given this 
label because of some recent animal studies in which sweet potato helped 
stabilize blood sugar levels and lowered insulin resistance. This does not 
mean diabetic patients should increasingly take in sweet potatoes. But, once 
in awhile, they can effectively replace rice or other carbohydrate suppliant 
with sweet potatoes. 
¾ Since sweet potatoes have a low GI (glycemic index), its good for those trying 
to  lose  weight.  It  induces  a  feeling  of  fullness  soon  and  thus,  helps  control 
food intake.  
¾ Being  rich  in  dietary  fibre,  sweet  potato  lowers  the  risk  of  constipation, 
diverticulosis and colon and rectal cancer.  
¾ Regular  consumption  of  sweet  potato  is  good  for  stomach  ulcers  and 
inflamed conditions of the colon.  
¾ Consumption  of  sweet  potatoes  has  been  known  to  help  avoid  stroke,  by 
bringing  down  the  harmful  effects  of  low‐density  cholesterol  &  preventing 
blood clots.  
¾ Owing  to  the  presence  of  iron  and  calcium,  sweet  potatoes  ensure  proper 
blood flow and also improve bone density.  
 
A quick serving idea
Sweet Potato Chaat
Bake, peel and chop 2 cups sweet potato.  Add 1 tbsp lemon juice or to taste, green 
chillies (chopped), 1 tbsp coriander leaves (chopped), 1 tsp chaat masala and salt to 
taste.  Garnish with finely sliced ginger and serve.  
 
As a little kid, I enjoyed eating sweet potato in my hometown mostly baked on live 
coal or sometimes boiled with a bit of salt. 
                Pratyusha Konchada 
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miserable state of Hindu women. He found
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read Rammohun’s works on social reform
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Science and Spirituality
The Mind of a Mystic Sri. Nithyananda Swami is a trim, healthy looking young man with dark,
shoulder-length hair. Handsome and polite, possessing an open manner and a wealth of
curiosity, he could be any ordinary American college student. The difference is that
ordinary American college students do not wear orange robes and turbans, have not
experienced spiritual enlightenment and are not regarded as a teacher, healer and mystic
by millions of people in all corners of the world.
A mystic? The term is not a bad fit for “Swami,” as he is known. Mystics, popular culture
tells us, have direct communion with God. Through means not understood or measurable,
mystics are thought to have access to ultimate realities or truths. Picture a mystic and
you’ll probably picture someone full of bliss, someone gifted with lofty thoughts and
insights the rest of us do not possess. The very presence of a mystic is thought to bring
peace and healing to others.
That’s an apt description of Swami, a 27-year-old from South India. He is approached by
thousands of people a year seeking relief from diseases and ailments that conventional
medical approaches have not cured. Swami’s background lends him the air of a mystic, too.
He left his home as a teen, visited ashrams across India, immersed himself in philosophy,
read extensively and mastered the art of meditation.
When Swami passed through Oklahoma City recently as one stop in his world travels, I asked
him if he would let me use some of modern medicine’s newest technology to peer into his
brain while he meditated. My goal: to understand, measure and demystify what happens
during the mystic phenomena. Swami, who believes that meditation has a scientific basis,
happily agreed.
The procedures Swami went through were administered by some of Oklahoma City’s finest
and most experienced physicians, Neuro psychologists and researchers: Drs. Fordyce, Ruwe
and Higgins of the Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Centre Neuropsychology Department and Dr.
Chacko of the PET Centre of Oklahoma. These doctors were using technology they use with
patients on a routine basis. When they look at images obtained by their technology, they
know what’s normal and what’s not.
The results from testing Swami? Decidedly not normal.

Imaging Brain Activity


Our first look into Swami’s brain was achieved with the help of a Positron Emission
Tomography (PET) device. Unlike traditional diagnostic techniques that produce images of
the body’s structure or anatomy, such as X-rays, CT scans or MRI, PET produces images of
the function of the brain through the metabolic activity of cells. An analog of glucose is
attached to a radioactive PET tracer. The PET scanner then images the metabolically active
brain areas at any given time.
In the case of Swami, the drug was intended to identify highly active areas of the brain in
an alert and conscious state, in the early stages of meditation and during deep meditation.
The results of the PET scan tests were stunning. To begin with, the activity in the frontal
lobes of Swami’s brain were significantly heightened, even in early meditation stages. The
level of activity was higher than would be seen in the average human brain under any
conditions. The frontal lobes are associated with the functions of intelligence, attention,
wisdom and judgement.
When we then asked Swami to go into the deepest meditation state, there were two more
remarkable findings.
First, the dominant hemisphere of Swami’s brain was more than 90 percent shut down. It
was as if Swami’s brain had packed up and gone on vacation. It was quiet and still,
completely at peace … and Swami had made it so at will.
A second amazing aspect of Swami’s deep meditation was that the lower portion of his
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mesial frontal areas lighted up in a very significant way. This area roughly corresponds
to the reputed location of the mystical “Third Eye.”
Associated with both cosmic and inner knowledge and thought to be a place of clarity
and peace, the Third Eye is considered by many to be the seat of the soul. Were we
seeing an indication that deep meditation can open an area of the brain responsible for
communicating with the divine, looking deep into the mysteries of self or creation? I
believe the PET scan revealed what I call the brain’s “D-spot.” Whether you consider
the “D” in D-spot to stand for delight, the divine or even dopamine, the chemical
through which our bodies experience pleasure, initial indications are that meditation
can stimulate it.

Measuring Brainwaves
The second procedure we used to look into Swami’s brain is known as Quantitative
Electroencephalography, or QEEG. QEEG measures electrical patterns in the brain, patterns
commonly referred to as brainwaves.

There are four bandwidths of brainwaves, each different in speed and each associated with
a different state of mind. For instance, beta brainwaves are small and fast and linked with
an awake, alert state of mind. Alpha brainwaves are slower and larger and are connected to
feelings of well-being. Theta waves represent a state of consciousness between that is close
to sleep, a stage in which there is a sense of calmness and serenity without active thought.
In a day’s time, most people will experience all four types of brainwaves. The
progression from one bandwidth to another, though, is not so easily in their control.
From Swami’s QEEG, though, we can see that he has complete control over his
brainwaves. When in deep meditation, his brain smoothly shifted from one state to “As brain research
another, like a talented pianist playing the scales. There was no hesitation and no continues on a
retreating, just continuous, fluid shifts from one type of brainwave to the next. Because widespread basis, and
the QEEG represents the five brainwave bandwidths as colours, it was as we were as we appropriately
watching Swami float from colour to colour within a rainbow. bring the phenomena of
mysticism into the
Conclusions realm of science for
The brain is the body’s most complex organ, containing more than 100 billion neurons, further study, we are
each of them in chemical and electrical conversation with up to 10,000 other neurons. taking strides on a path
Its sheer capacity to process information is astonishing. of hope and health”
Are there techniques we can learn and teach that will bring balance and peace into
people’s lives?
Can we invoke a healing response or accelerate healing through specific training? Can
we learn techniques that will allow us to control pain or alter the course of a disease?
Can we learn to activate what I call our D-spot, thus putting us in instant connection to
delight or the divine?
The results from our study of Swami are new pages in our world’s growing book of
research on the brain. There continue to be indications that the human mind may be
able to choose to heal the body. We’re now looking at the possibility of people learning
and acquiring these healing capabilities, an event of immense benefit for humankind.
The potential for altering the rates and progression of many diseases – heart disease,
cancer, arthritis, alcoholism and many others – is beginning to look achievable.
Swami is a bridge between the invisible, ancient world of mysticism and the modern,
visible world of science and discovery. As brain research continues on a widespread
basis, and as we appropriately bring the phenomena of mysticism into the realm of
science for further study, we are taking strides on a path of hope and health.

- A Mind Matters Column™ The Mind of a Mystic


By R. Murali Krishna, M.D.
President, James L. Hall, Jr. Centre for Mind, Body & Spirit
President, INTEGRIS Mental Health
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Contributed by Raghu Vissamraju
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The Great Quibble
Hey guys,
Welcome to the September 2009 edition of the Great Quibble. I apologise in advance for
the reduction in content in this section. This is due to my final exams beginning soon.
However, I would like to acknowledge Shashank for his poem, Tarun for his article on the
1st ever moon landing and Sameer for the Sports Roundup. Good luck to those who have
exams! Feel free to give comments by email to kids@taai.org.au.
Hari Konchada

Wonderfull
Vast and fast,
A life of wonder,
Oh! What a pity it doesn't last.
Oh! So much to ponder.
Little by little,
Shouldn't I be thankful?
Oh! So blissful.
Shouldn't I be cheerful?
Shouldn't I be thankful?
Maybe.
Shouldn't I be cheerful?
Maybe not.
No! not maybe not.
Maybe.
Maybe not.
A life of wonder,
No! not maybe not.
Oh! What a Blunder!
A life of Wonder,
A life of wonder,
Oh! A life of Wonder!!!
Oh! The sound of thunder.
Shashank Rao

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injustice. Some new events are coming up shortly: http://stir.org.au/stir/

Telugu Association is pleased to extend warm thanks to Godavarty family for their
generous and valuable support towards TAAI Annual VCE Awards. These presentation
awards provide the opportunity to recognise individual students for their outstanding
achievement in VCE Examinations.
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The Moon Landing


The 20th of July 2009 marked the 40th anniversary of the first
manned moon landing. The launch was manned by three
astronauts: Neil Armstrong as commander, Michael Collins as
command module Pilot and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. as lunar module
pilot. The space craft they manned was named Apollo 11. The
lunar module was named Eagle as it was the national bird of the
United States. The command module was named Columbia from
the traditional name of the United States in songs or poetry.
The launch occurred on the 16 of July 1969 at 13:32. People
crowded highways and beaches close to the launch sight and
millions also watched on T.V as the Apollo 11 mission began.
The spacecraft (shown on right) went into the orbit of the Earth
“they realized that
12 minutes after the launch and then completed one and a half
they were passing
orbits. The craft then pushed itself out of Earth’s orbit and
landmarks on the
towards the moon.
surface four seconds
before they were
On the 19th of July Apollo 11 entered into a lunar orbit around
supposed to”
the moon. The spacecraft completed thirty one orbits. While
this was happening, the crew observed their proposed landing spot: the southern Sea of
Tranquility. This spot was chosen as it was relatively flat and smooth.

The lunar module (shown below) separated itself from the command module on the 20th of
July. Collins was left on the command module as Armstrong and Aldrin both flew towards
the moon in the lunar module. As the men descended on the moon they realized that they
were passing landmarks on the surface four seconds before they were supposed to.
Armstrong looked at computers landing target and saw that the lunar module would land
in a boulder strewn area. Armstrong took semi-automatic
control of the module and Aldrin called out altitude and velocity
data. The two men landed the module safely at 20:17 on the
20th of July.

The two men then began to prepare to go onto the moon


surface. At 2:56 on July the 21st Armstrong made his descent on
the moon’s surface and spoke his famous line, “That’s one small
step for man, and one giant leap for mankind.” Aldrin joined
him and described the view as “Magnificent Desolation”. The
astronauts planted the United States flag on the moon’s surface.

Aldrin and Armstrong returned to the lunar module with film and two sample boxes of lunar
surface material. The Astronauts had a well earned seven hours of sleep knowing that they
had been the first humans to set foot on the moon. At 17:54 they lifted off and rejoined
Collins on the command module.

The Astronauts made a television broadcast on the 23rd of July. They then returned to Earth
on the 24th of July.

The World grandly celebrated the 40 year anniversary. This mission has brought inspiration
to many children and has given a greater insight of the moon. Moon landing is mankind’s
greatest achievement.
Tarun Rajupalem

Feedback:
If you have any feedback, or want to put in your own opinion about
an article, or you would like to submit a piece of writing/picture for
this section: feel free to do so. Just email me on: kids@taai.org.au
Hari Konchada
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Finding that solace


Glimpses of the magnificent sky,
The peasant becomes dazed with wonder,
He hurries to his task,
The cold, hard machines don’t leave much to the imagination,
Crushing, shaping, forming,
Repetition.

Circumstance leaves him with inglorious errands,


Circumstance leaves him with loving wife and happy children,
Circumstance leaves him with the work of man,
Not of God.

Contempt for his superiors,


Feeling futile, insubstantial, a fool’s folly
to assume he will service when called upon.

Between the desire and opportunity,


Between the potential and honesty,
Between the light and shadow,
His kingdom of twilight waits.

The sky darkens,


A deep blood red,
Martyrdom is merely a white flag,
May we pray.

Glimpses of the magnificent sky,


The peasant becomes dazed with wonder,
He hurries to his task,
The cold, hard machines don’t leave much to the imagination,
Crushing, shaping, forming,
Repetition.
Hari Konchada

Sports Roundup
Once again we are at the end of another footy season and this year Geelong has won
another grand final again with its opponent being St Kilda. This is 3rd time lucky for the Cats
and a disappointing way to finish a year in which they dominated out rightly for the Saints.
In cricket we have the Champions Trophy and the T20 Champions League to look forward to.
In Formula1 there are only a few races to go and there are many more sports that will be
starting their seasons soon.

Geelong has beaten Saint Kilda 80 to 68 in one of the most thrilling grand finals of all time.
The game was very evenly matched and was only decided in the last 4 minutes with Paul
Chapman capping off an excellent game with a snap over his head to goal and give the Cats
the lead. The Saints were unable to goal after this and a point from Max Rooke of Geelong
sealed the deal as Saint Kilda could not have won from there. Paul Chapman was awarded
the Norm Smith Medal for best player on ground after his 26 disposals and 3 goals were what
swung the game for Geelong. Hopefully the Saints will come back next year and end their
run of horrid luck. For Geelong; 2 out of 3 is a lot better looking than 1 out of 3.

Now we must look forward to the transfers that will happen during the off season. Who will
change clubs and who will be dropped? Next year is set to look very different with a whole
host of senior players exiting the game this year. Shaun Burgoyne and Josh Gibson have
already stated that they wish to join Hawthorn. With the return of key players from long
term injuries, the Hawks will once again be a formidable force next year after this year’s
disastrous season. Clubs with new coaches such as North Melbourne and Richmond have
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already cut the team lists down with many players dropped. Richmond has not renewed the
contracts of 10 of its players meaning they will also have to find new clubs. Whatever
happens this transfer season is set to be a very interesting one.

In the cricket, Australia has beaten England in their 7 match series 6-1. If they had won the
last match, they would have retained their ranking as the number 1 team in the world but
with this lost have dropped down to 3rd. After their 2nd straight Ashes loss in England,
Australia has lost the mantle as the best team in the world. That now belongs to South
Africa with India very close behind them. Experts are predicting a South African win in the
upcoming Champions Trophy for One-day Internationals. They are after all in great form and
are playing at home. Australia, India and Sri-Lanka are also in the running. The big talking
point of the cricket world right now is the upcoming T20 champion’s League to be played by
the best 2 teams from T20 leagues all around the world. The IPL, Australia and South Africa
will be represented by 2 teams while England, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and New Zealand will be
represented by 1. The prize money for this tournament is in excess of $4 Million.

For Formula One, the season is almost finished and with only a few races to go Jenson
Button and Rubens Barrichello have had dream seasons with their Brawn team as they now
head a Brawn 1-2 list. Button is leading the driver standings with 80 pts while Barrichello is
2nd with 66. Red Bull Racing claims the next 2 sports with Sebastian Vettel 3rd and Mark
Webber 4th. In an unusual season in which none of the racing giants have a driver in the top
4; it may come down to the line with Button fading and Vettel and Barrichello closing fast.
The stand off between the governing body and the drivers seem to have subsided with
everyone set to participate in next year’s championship. An agreement between the two is
vital if the sport wants to continue in the future.

Looking over to America, NBA is soon to start. After last year’s heroics and subsequent
defeat, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will be looking forward to making up for
last years fall at the final hurdle. The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to back up their win
last year and Orlando will be looking to add to its grand total of 1 NBA championships after
last years disappointing finals series.

In the NFL, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals will be looking to back up last
seasons efforts in which both teams made the Grand Final. Other teams such as New York
Giants and New England Patriots will be aiming to live up to the exceptionally high
standards set by their dominance of previous years.

In short, once again we are looking at a summer full of sports from all corners of the globe.
Luckily, we can watch most of this sport on One HD or Foxtel (if you have it).
Sameer Betanabhatla

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October
• Gandhi Jayanti: Tuesday 02-10-2009
• Karva Chauth: Thursday 08-10-2009
• Diwali: Saturday 17-10-2009
• Govardhan Puja: Sunday 18-10-2009

November
• Guru Nanak Jayanti: Monday 02-11-2009
• Eid-Ul-Adha (Bakar-Id): Saturday 28-11-2009

December
• Christmas: Friday 25-12-2009
• Muharram: Sunday 27-12-2009
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HOUSE HOLD TIPS
How to clean smelly shoes caused by smelly feet?
Our feet contain hundreds of thousands of sweat glands and sweat is nothing but salt
and water. So what causes the smell? The smell is actually caused by bacteria that
feed on sweat and grow in dark, warm, and moist places (eg shoes).
Preventing is not always easy but by following few steps we can keep it under
check.
¾ Wash your feet more than one time a day and dry them thoroughly with a
towel.
¾ Wear only cotton socks because they absorb moisture better.
¾ Go barefoot and let your feet air-out as much as possible
¾ Put some tea leaves into a pair of stockings and stuff each into a shoe. Leave
for a day or two and the smell just vanishes. You can recycle the tea leaves
a number of times. Tea has antibacterial properties and helps kill bacteria.
I tried this at home and it works - Soak your feet in tea decoction for 15 minutes
each day for a week. The tannic acid in the tea dries out your foot and helps reduce
the amount of sweat and odour. You may have to repeat this after few months.

ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY – Eco tips


Consider the planet when food shopping. Buy fresh, locally produced and unpackaged
foods. If you can, avoid driving to the shops and always avoid plastic bags. Did you know
frozen food uses ten times more energy to produce than fresh food?

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DOUBLE KA MEETHA
“Thanks Sufai, we
Double Ka Meetha is one of the very special Hyderabadi Desserts and very easy to cook.
encourage all our Preparation time: 45 minutes to 1 hour
readers to please try Ingredients:
this recipe and jazz up
your menu” 1 loaf bread (small)
1 litre milk
500 gms sugar
250 gms Ghee
100 gms chopped and roasted cashew nuts
100 gms almonds (soaked and chopped fine)
100 gms raisins
10 gm saffron
5 cardamoms, powdered
Method:
1. Cut each bread slice into two triangular pieces. Deep fry them in Ghee till golden
brown.
2. Make sugar syrup by adding half a litre of water to the sugar and boil it for 15
minutes. Add the powdered cardamom.
3. Boil milk until it is thickened and then dissolve saffron in the milk.
4. Arrange a layer of the fried bread pieces in a heavy bottom vessel and pour some
sugar syrup and boiled milk over it and again layer the remaining fried bread pieces as
mentioned above.
5. Cook on medium flame for about 10 to 15 minutes, stirring once or twice to make
sure it doesn’t get burned at the bottom.
6. Sprinkle the chopped nuts on them and serve as a dessert, hot or cold. It can last for
15 days if refrigerated properly.
Fatima Sufia
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DUSSERA CELEBRATIONS Thornbury, Vic
Telugu group of 65 people celebrated its second Dussera function on Sunday 
the 27th September 2009 at St James the Great Anglican Church, Thornbury. It 
was great successful event with fun filled programs, games and activities for all 
age groups. 
 
Function started with Durgamatha Pooja followed by a Classical Dance on 
“Shuklambaradharam” Slokam. The day was engaged with more than 20 
programs of songs, skits, dances (Folk and Western), Thumbola, “Mogud’s & 
Pellam’s”, One min. Show, “Is old still gold”(Songs), “Meku telugu Vacha” and 
Kids Fancy Dress Competition.  
 
In that cold windy freezy weather with everyone feeling the cold, ginger chai 
made everyone say “WOW” in the evening. 
 
Overall, it was a great day to celebrate our Telugu festival in the land of 
Australia which proves where ever we are our culture and heritage follows with 
us. Finally, program end with Vandematharam, sung by everyone in the hall. 
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