Archive for September, 2009


Names of the 100 Kauravas & 5 Pandavas

We all know the names of the 5 pandavas

Yudhishtra,
Bheema,
Arjuna,
Nakula,
and Sahadeva…

But have we ever paid attention to the fact that whether we know the names of the 100 Kauravas that were born to Gandhari….

Well.. here they are.. I can assure you that they are not found anywhere on the internet to my knowledge…. I must thank one of my colleagues for helping me find this out…….

Names of the 100 Kauravas

Duryodhanan
Dussaasanan
Dussahan
Dussalan
Jalagandhan
Saman
Sahan
Vindhan
Anuvindhan
Durdharshan
Subaahu
Dushpradharshan
Durmarshanan
Durmukhan
Dushkarnan
Vikarnan
Saalan
Sathwan
Sulochanan
Chithran
Upachithran
Chithraakshan
Chaaruchithran
Saraasanan
Durmadan
Durvigaahan
Vivilsu
Vikatinandan
Oornanaabhan
Sunaabhan
Nandan
Upanandan
Chithrabaanan
Chithravarman
Suvarman
Durvimochan
Ayobaahu
Mahaabaahu
Chithraamgan
Chithrakundalan
Bheemavegan
Bheemabalan
Vaalaky
Belavardhanan
Ugraayudhan
Sushenan
Kundhaadharan
Mahodaran
Chithraayudhan
Nishamgy
Paasy
Vrindaarakan
Dridhavarman
Dridhakshathran
Somakeerthy
Anthudaran
Dridhasandhan
Jaraasandhan
Sathyasandhan
Sadaasuvaak
Ugrasravas
Ugrasenan
Senaany
Dushparaajan
Aparaajithan
Kundhasaai
Visaalaakshan
Duraadharan
Dridhahasthan
Suhasthan
Vaathavegan
Suvarchan
Aadithyakethu
Bahwaasy
Naagadathan
Ugrasaai
Kavachy
Kradhanan
Kundhy
Bheemavikran
Dhanurdharan
Veerabaahu
Alolupan
Abhayan
Dhridhakarmaavu
Dhridharathaasrayan
Anaadhrushyan
Kundhabhedy
Viraavy
Chithrakundhalan
Pramadhan
Amapramaadhy
Deerkharoman
Suveeryavaan
Dheerkhabaahu
Sujaathan
Kaanchanadhwajan
Kundhaasy
Virajass
Yuyutsu

Daughter: Dussala

The Dogras, numbering nearly one million are concentrated north of the River Sutlej (in Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Punjab) and have carved out India`s northern frontier along the Karakotam.

According to one tradition, the word Dogra is derived from `duggar`, which is ascribed to dvigarta, implying a land of two lakes, the Mansar and Saruinsar. The historical tradition rests on two Chamba copper plates of the eleventh century that have been found which mention Durgareshwar, the lord of Durgar. It is said that Durgareshwar, once attempted to conquer the Chamba Kingdom so the name may well be derived from durgaradesha (the difficult terrain). In any case, the word `Dogra` does not denote a caste but is a term embracing Hindus of all castes as well as Muslims and Sikhs living in the Dogra region and speaking Dogri.

The Dogra region is famed for its miniature paintings. The Pahari School, which included the Poonch, Jammu, Basohli, Guler and Kangta styles, created beautiful and highly stylized combinations of colour and line, expressing delicate and sensuous feeling and intense passion. Many of these paintings depict the moods of lovers in a romantic setting.

The Dogras excel in martial arts. However, in addition to their joining the defence forces in large numbers, they have also entered other spheres of economic and political activity.

Dr. Karan Singh, the youngest person ever to become a member of the union cabinet, and at one time the ambassador to the United States, is a Dogra.

kashmir was under them from 1846 to 1947: Dogra Rule

Dogra regiment

Dr Karan Singh ( A dogra )

Pune and the fashion trend !!!

Hardeep Singh and Sahil Singh went for some family work to Mumbai, there the TWo SINGH s` decided to meet their beloved friend Lakra who was cooling his bum off in pune and Dhawal was picked up in the way from dadar.

later Anujj Sethi was also brought from symbiosis pune, the greatest institution there has ever been !!!!

There the ” Quatro + 1 ” saw strange fashion by pune women which immediately mesmerized The elder SINGH and he wondered ::::::::::

Hardeepee ::: why do girls where mask here ? ie chuni rapt around there faces ?

Dhawal ::::: Paaji here females donot want to die of lung cancer……..

Hardeepee ::::: Why are delhi girls on a suicide mission .. ?

Lakra (interrupting) :::: areey jo baat yahan vo vahan kahan…. ?

little Singh (me, wondering as usual) ::::::: I think there are many “toatas” here…so in order to exhibit their beauty they cover there faces ?

Lakra,Dhawal, hardeepee( Together) ::::: “New york” has spoiled our little kids……………..

Anujj Sethi ( as if film ended) ::: chalo picture katam, ab gaddi mein petrol dalvaoo, mufaat ki ser nahi hai !!!! aur ab khana khanne chalte hai GERMAN BAKERY
(trust me no German owner there……)

In between we thought of going to Osho ashram ,But hardeepee and sahilee need to go back to mumbai for important work…..

( so osho dhaam not possible !!!!!)

Though the question still remain about the mystery behind female wearing cloth over their respective faces , why is so ?

1. Is it fashion ?
2. Are they old school ?
3. Does their family asks them ?
4. Too much pollution in pune ?
5. A gang war brewing in pune among girls unknown to government there ?
6. Is Pune turning fanatic ?
7. Are girls there too beautiful ?
8. Are girls there inspired by the philosophy that beauty lies in the eye of beholder in this case their.. ?
(because that is only visible of their face )
9. Are they feminist ?
10 Are they starting MAFIA WARS there ?
11. Fight between the “Hype” girls and ” traditional ” girls ?
12. They have no other work to do ?
13. Naxalite have recruited pune girls ?
14. An under cover women commando force there ?
15. Its their city and they want it to be different ?
16. I Am stupid , there nothing to this issue ?
(creating hue and cry for no reason……….. Buffoon !!! )

One wonders about all these questions does somebody has answers ?????

haiii koi , haiin hainn hainn…………… haiiiin ?

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