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  1. Lotusflower

    I gave up KC

    I given up KC. I have realized I am just a normal Hindu and should have listened to my parents as they are my Guru. I should never have accepted Guru. If I'd listened to my parents I would been happier. I know Krishna is God, but I'm still a normal every day Hindu. Jai Sri Ram
  2. i found out yesterday only while browsing the net. I am shocked, but also happy as Gurudeva was old. Still in shock, cant even put a tear in my eye. I saw Gurudeva in June 2008, so I am glad I saw before He went. When I went He held my right-arm, because he could not speak. I am surprized Narayana Maharaja Matha doesn't mention anything about His passing.
  3. Lotusflower

    Count the No. of 'f's'

    Read the following sentence and count the number of F's. Count then ONLY once. Do Not go back and check: Finished Files are the result of years of scientific study combined with the experience of Years. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Answer: There are six F's in total. Most people only find 3! If you got all six go to the top of the class.
  4. Lotusflower

    WHat do if you get Virus

    google svp2009, its not well known i think but probably the best virus. Malawarebytes is the only program i know that removes it. Hijackthis managed to stop its services, but didn't totally delete it
  5. Lotusflower

    WHat do if you get Virus

    I agree with you, I use avast, avg slows down my PC. Malawarebytes is amazing, I got a virus called svp2009, (totally destoryed my PC), and malawarebytes removed it. But damage was still done.
  6. Lotusflower

    WHat do if you get Virus

    I got one recently, I found best thing do is: #1 Create Backup of your Entire hardrive (inc Operating System), using Norton Ghost. Or make sure you have a Windows (XP/Vista etc), BOOTABLE CD to re-install your Operating System (if you have one already, you may need to use KILLDISK (using a boot disk), and wipe your hardrive (always last resort) then install the Operating System. I find, the best way, to have a your Original Disk that you got with your PC, or to get a Recovery CD-Rom (this deletes your Partition in your Drive, and install Operating System.). ALways have an anti-virus program running (avast free or avg free), and try Malaware anti-spyware, Spybot. And try using Windows Washer to wash your System for files. Other then that, try to avoid going on the internet,.
  7. Lotusflower

    questionnaire for all

    Ghari try this software: http://rapidshare.com192845003/VoiceRecord.part1.rar http://rapidshare.com192844868/VoiceRecord.part2.rar http://rapidshare.com192845078/VoiceRecord.part3.rar http://rapidshare.com192844927/VoiceRecord.part4.rar http://rapidshare.com192845021/VoiceRecord.part5.rar http://rapidshare.com192844835/VoiceRecord.part6.rar http://rapidshare.com192844773/VoiceRecord.part7.rar After installation, when prompted to restart the PC, Press NO, then copy and overwrite the license file in the program directory, -Reboot PC. Right-click on the *license file and uncheck “read only”. *The license is place on “CYGiSO” folder, right click the file “VrStudio_en_GB”.
  8. Lotusflower

    Mobilekrishna.com 100% Free For Your Mobile

    http://www.geocities.com/harekrishnamp3s
  9. Lotusflower

    Give up kc?

    over the years jeff, pankaja's service has helped me...made the computer lots of fun. ====
  10. Lotusflower

    Give up kc?

    The book is Guru & Atma Nivedan by Raghav Chaitanya das. Who was Raghav Chaitanya das ? Must be one of the predecessor acharyas (?) What a great book. jeffster/AMd == His disicple of Bhakti Vaibhava Puri Maharaja
  11. Lotusflower

    Top heavy

    what probs do you have thiest? Birth, death, old age (hahaha), disease, thats it. Stop trying make probs !
  12. Lotusflower

    Driving in India

    Driving in India I visited Mumbai recently and agree with the observations about driving. For the benefit of every Tom, Dick and Harry visiting India and daring to drive on Indian roads, I am offering a few hints for survival. They are applicable to every place in India except Bihar, where life outside a vehicle is only marginally safer. Indian road rules broadly operate within the domain of karma where you do your best and leave the results to your insurance company. The hints are as follows: Do we drive on the left or right of the road? The answer is "both". Basically you start on the left of the road, unless it is occupied. In that case, go to the right, unless that is also occupied. Then proceed by occupying the next available gap, as in chess. Just trust your instincts, ascertain the direction, and proceed. Adherence to road rules leads to much misery and occasional fatality. Most drivers don't drive, but just aim their vehicles in the intended direction. Don't you get discouraged or underestimate yourself. Except for a belief in reincarnation, the other drivers are not in any better position. Don't stop at pedestrian crossings just because some fool wants to cross the road. You may do so only if you enjoy being bumped in the back. Pedestrians have been strictly instructed to cross only when traffic is moving slowly or has come to a dead stop because some minister is in town. Still some idiot may try to wade across, but then, let us not talk ill of the dead. Blowing your horn is not a sign of protest as in some countries. We horn to express joy, resentment, frustration, romance and bare lust (two brisk blasts) or just to mobilize a dozing cow in the middle of the bazaar. Keep informative books in the glove compartment. You may read them during traffic jams, while awaiting the chief minister's motorcade, or waiting for the rain waters to recede when over-ground traffic meets underground drainage. Night driving on Indian roads can be an exhilarating experience (for those with the mental makeup of Genghis Khan). In a way, it is like playing Russian roulette, because you do not know who amongst the drivers is loaded. What looks like premature dawn on the horizon turns out to be a truck attempting a speed record. On encountering it, just pull partly into the field adjoining the road until the phenomenon passes. Our roads do not have shoulders, but occasional boulders. Do not blink your lights expecting reciprocation. The only dim thing in the truck is the driver and the peg of illicit arrack he has had at the last stop; his total cerebral functions add up to little more than a naught. Truck drivers are the James Bonds of India and are licensed to kill. Often you may encounter a single powerful beam of light about six feet above the ground. This is not a super motorbike, but a truck approaching you with a single light on, usually the left one. It could be the right one, but never get too close to investigate. You may prove your point posthumously. Of course, all this occurs at night, on the trunk roads. During the daytime, trucks are more visible, except that the drivers will never show any signal. (And you must watch for the absent signals; they are a greater threat.) Only, you will often observe that the cleaner that sits next to the driver will project his hand and wave hysterically. This is definitely not to be construed as a signal for a left turn. The waving is just an expression of physical relief on a hot day. Occasionally you might see what looks like an UFO with blinking colored lights and weird sounds emanating from within. This is an illuminated bus, full of happy pilgrims singing bhajans. These pilgrim buses go at breakneck speed, seeking contact with the Almighty, often meeting with success. Unique to Indian traffic: Auto Rickshaw (Baby Taxi) The result of a collision between a rickshaw and an automobile, this three-wheeled vehicle works on an external combustion engine that runs on a mixture of kerosene oil and creosote. This triangular vehicle carries iron rods, gas cylinders or passengers three times its weight and dimension, at an unspecified fare. After careful geometric calculations, children are folded and packed into these auto rickshaws until some children in the periphery are not in contact with the vehicle at all. Then their school bags are pushed into the microscopic gaps all round so those minor collisions with other vehicles on the road cause no permanent damage. Of course, the peripheral children are charged half the fare and also learn Newton's laws of motion en route to school. Auto-rickshaw drivers follow the road rules depicted in the film Ben Hur and are licensed to irritate. Mopeds The moped looks like an oil tin on wheels and makes noise like an electric shaver. It runs 30 miles on a teaspoon of petrol and travels at break-bottom speed. As the sides of the road are too rough for a ride, the moped drivers tend to drive in the middle of the road; they would rather drive under heavier vehicles instead of around them and are often "mopped" off the tarmac. Leaning Tower of Passes Most bus passengers are given free passes and during rush hours, there is absolute mayhem (hell). There are passengers hanging off other passengers, who in turn hang off the railings and the overloaded bus leans dangerously, defying laws of gravity but obeying laws of surface tension. As drivers get paid for overload (so many Rupees per kg of passenger), no questions are ever asked. Steer clear of these buses by a width of three passengers. One-way Street These boards are put up by traffic people to add jest in their otherwise drab lives. Don't stick to the literal meaning and proceed in one direction. In metaphysical terms, it means that you cannot proceed in two directions at once. So drive as you like, in reverse throughout, if you are the fussy type. Lest I sound hypercritical, I must add a positive point also. Rash and fast driving in residential areas has been prevented by providing a "speed breaker"; two for each house. This mound, incidentally, covers the water and drainage pipes for that residence and is left un-tarred for easy identification by the corporation authorities, should they want to recover the pipe for year-end accounting. If, after all this, you still want to drive in India, have your lessons between 8 pm and 11 am - when the police have gone home. The citizen is then free to enjoy the 'FREEDOM OF SPEED' enshrined in our constitution. Having said all this, isn't it true that the accident rate and related deaths are less in India compared to US or other countries ? Source of the article is Unknown.
  13. Lotusflower

    questionnaire for all

    Ghari I tried the software, and put it on a disk. It reads it okay, but the sanskrit in Bhagavatam it dont read it too well at all. Amazing in this day and age not a program made to read sanskrit diacritics properly,!!!!!!
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