Saturday, December 8, 2018

1078 It will not really matter much, which bourgeoisie party wins 2018 Assembly Elections in Telangana State


It will not really matter much, which bourgeoisie party wins 2018 Assembly Elections in Telangana State. Why? Ans: Remember, what happened between 2014 and 2018 in Telangana State? All the Telugu Desam Legislators hopped comfortably to TRS Party, resulting in near dissolution-defunctness of the TDP in Telangana State. Similarly, bulk of the 2014 Telangana Congress MLAs jumped over to TRS Party. Some of them have become Ministers. Neither TRS Party, nor the respective turncoat Legislators had any sense of ethics or morality. It also shows the 'moral bankruptcy' of the Top leadership(s) of both TDP and Congress Parties. The High commands of both the Telugu Desam and Congress Parties have given tickets in 2014 to such morally-despicable persons who have the capacity to spend millions in Elections. The High Commands of both the Telugu Desam and Congress Parties sold the Party Tickets to actual goons and near-goons without worrying about their moral worth, simply because the Spending Capacity and mob mobilising capacity were the Deciding Factors.

Now, history is going to repeat


If TRS wins , all the TDP and Congress Legislators will jump over to TRS, and vice versa.

Question: How to view the cavassing styles of Mr. K. Chandrasekhara Rao (Telangana CM) and Mr. N. Chandrababu Naidu (A.P. Chief Minister)


Ans: Both belong to the same school of Congress. In Telugu language, there is a proverb: atani kanTE ghanuDu AchanTa mallanna. Another proverb: guDini mingE vADu okaDaitE, guLLO lingAnni vErokaDu. One more proverb: tADi nekku vAnini taladannu vADu unDunu. Gist: If one person can swallow a temple, another person can swallow not only temple, but also its phalluses and idols.

Question: WHO is going to win between them?

Ans: It does not really matter. English Proverb: Every dog will have its own day. Both KCR and Chandra Babu Naidu will meet their nemesis in a few years.

Question: Will KCR win this Dec. 2018 Assembly Election?


Ans: Mr. K. Chandrasekhara Rao is likely to win this Election, albeit with some reduction in seats.

Foremost Reason 1.

People of Telangana still continue to nurse their partly erroneous impression that they were enslaved by Andhra People, that their lands were knocked away by Andhra People, that their jobs have been stolen by Andhra People, that their River waters have been stolen by Andhra People. KCR has, in 2014, successfully exploited these feelings by pouring petrol into these embers of hatred. And, since then, he, from time to time, made sure that the hatred does not get extinguished, by making incendiary speeches while addressing innocent people of Telangana.

KCR & his Family of KTR, Harish Rao, and Kavitha should realise
that some people can be misled at some places on some occasions. But all the people, at all the places, cannot be continuously misled at all times. Some day or other, people are bound to 'open their eyes' and see the nefarious motives of KCR & Family. Even if the above grievances of Telangana people are genuine, yet, they cannot expect KCR & Family to redress them, selflessly. The illiterate, semi-literate people of Telangana may not know what Mr. Winston Churchill the War-time Prime Minister was reported to have said about Indians:--
"...Power will go to the hands of ras­cals, rogues, free­boot­ers; all Indian lead­ers will be of low cal­i­bre & men of straw. They will have sweet tongues and silly hearts. They will fight amongst them­selves for power and India will be lost in polit­i­cal squab­bles. A day would come when even air and water would be taxed in India ..."


About: Being enslaved by Andhra People

Ans: Throughout the Islamic rule of Telangana [approx. from 1320 A.D. Defeat of Pratapa Rudra-2 to 1948 A.D. Police Action against Nizam), the People of Telangana were enslaved by Iranian Bahamanies, and the Turkish Invaders from Delhi. The People of Telangana were made to prostrate and say "bAncanu dorA kAl mokkutA" (English: I am your slave. I prostrate at thy feet). All these 750 years approximately, who made Telangana People slaves? Andhra People?

In fact, we should give credit to Late N.T. Rama Rao, Chief Minister 1983-1985 of United Andhra Pradesh, for releasing people of Telangana from their 'bAncanu dorA kAl mokkutA' lives, by removing the hereditary system of Patel patwAris (Village Administrator and Village Accountant) in Villages. Till then, the Patel Patwaris were continuing their hegemony on the Telangana Rural Population, by colluding with Village Landlords. NTR had brought in the modern system of Village Revenue Officers and Village Administrative Officers.

Question: Is it not true that migrants from Andhra Area have purchased all the lands of the poor Telangana Farmers at throwaway prices? Is it not true that Landlords of Andhra have purchased all vacant City lands and house sites in Hyderabad to speculate? Consequently, Telangana farmers have become Agricultural laborers; Telangana house owners have become home-tenants; Telangana youth became petty workers in Factories owned by Andhra People. Correct or not?
Ans: Partly correct. This problem of Landlords, Merchants, cornering agricultural lands, vacant waste lands, for speculative and Real Estate purposes is a National problem, not confined to Telangana or Hyderabad City. For example, in Hyderabad, lands, house sites and factories were purchased by Landlords and Business Persons not only from Andhra Pradesh, but also from all other States of India. Hence, the problem does not pertain to Regions and Sub-Regions. The problem pertains to Exploitation of Working Classes, particularly Unorganised Working Classes by Landlords, and Business Persons.

This type of problems cannot be solved by igniting and stroking Regional hatred, Religious hatred or caste hatred, or some other hatred. This problem can be solved only by Nationalisation of all Private Properties. In other words, a sort of drastic Communism/ Marxism / Socialism. There should not be money or wealth left in the hands of some Landlords / Business persons / Industrialists.
Lands / Wealth may not remain in the hands of Indian Landlords/Industrialists any longer
Today, State Governments are competing with one another to squeeze all the lands from Farmers, and alloting them to Foreign Corporates and Industrialists at throwaway prices. Pretext: Creation of more jobs by the Businesses and Industries started by the Multi National Companies. Nobody checks whether the Business Persons and Industrialists really start the promised Factories or not. The Foreign Corporates who receive cheap lands from State Governments may use the lands for Speculative purposes. Thus, now, the Enslavement of Telangana People in the Hands of Andhra People will be replaced by Enslavement in the hands of Global Multi Nationals.

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Friday, October 19, 2018

1077 People of Residual Andhra Pradesh should be fortunate, and the People of Telangana State may have tumultous days ahead!


As anticipated by everybody, Swami Paripoornananda, a self-declared pIThAdhipati, has joined Bharatiya Janata Party. He, seems to own, the Bharat Today Telugu T.V. Channel, which has since its inception been giving him more than adequate publicity. It is also reported that Swami Paripoornananda is going to contest to Telangana State Assembly with BJP Ticket. Journos have predicted long back that Swami Paripoornanda is going to be another Yogi Adityanath. It is the fortune of the Residual Andhra Pradesh State that Swami Paripoornanda is not going to contest from A.P. State. TRS Supremo and the Chief Minister of Telangana State Mr. K. Chandrasekhara Rao has already tried to reign the Swamiji, by getting him expelled from Telangana State. Of course, it is a different thing, Swamiji obtained Court Orders lifting the ban. It is well-known that KCR is a devotee of Swamijis, and is full of superstitions. And, Mr. KCR will not spare anybody whom he sees as challengers to his supremacy. Readers may remember that Mr. KCR called the Former Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh-- a chaprasi. Mr. KCR called Mr. Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Former Chief Minister of United Andhra Pradesh, a THIEF. Now, we have to see, what he is going to call Swami Paripoornanda Saraswati. Swamiji has so far excelled in abusing People of other Religions and incurred their wrath. Now, we have to see, how Swamiji is going to tackle Mr. Kaluvakolanu Chandrasekhara Rao.

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Thursday, October 18, 2018

1077 With due reverance to Ms. D.K. PattammAl, another set of 36 mELakartas for ubhaya madhyama rAgas


Inspiration for writing this particular Blog post is Ms. D.K. Pattammal's book 'rAga pravAha'. It is available on Internet free, at her website. Link: Click here to go to: http://www.dpattammal.com/downloads/raga_pravagam-english-full.pdf. Exactly four years back i.e. on 11th Oct. 2014, I wrote my blog post No. 368 here suggesting addition of 36 more mELakartas (mother tunes) to provide representation for tunes which use both the madhyamas i.e. western notes f and f#. In her above book rAga pravAha, Ms. PattammAl has collected and enumerated nearly 3500 Carnatic RAGAs. She has also examined some issues relating to naming of rAgAs. It is a great work. Yet, I felt that in these days of everybody having no time to undertake rigorous practice, working on 3500 tunes, remembering their names etc. a Herculian task. At least, a donkey-like person such as I, may not have the "Endurance" required for the task. While musing on these ideas, I revisited my above blog post NO. 368 Click here if you wish to have a look at post 368.. I felt that the 36 names suggested by me for the additional mELakartas 73 to 108 proposed by me, I may try to revise to make them more rememberable.

Accordingly, I have prepared another table of the 36 suddha madhyam mELakartas, their 36 f# counterparts, and the ubhayamadhyam f & f# mishr mELa kartas. I reproduce it below for the benefit of my Readers, who may be more persevering than me.

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In the following table, third column, in the names of the ubhaya madhyam tunes, meanings:--
umA= ubhaya madhyam, i.e. both suddh madhyam and prati/tivra madhyam are used; i.e. f & f# are used. Middle names like indu, netra, agni, veda , bANa, krita (ritu) suggest their 6 tune group names called "cakrams' or 'cycles'. The cakras contain the 6 group rAgas which basically have the same pUrvAnga, i.e. the first four notes sa, ri, ga, ma or c, c#-d-d#, c#-d-d#, e, f are common. Hence, having the chakra name as part of a rAga name gives an indication of the first four notes of the rAga.

Suddha madhyam rag (Western Note: f)prati (tIvra )madhyam rag (Western Note: f#)ubhaya madhyam tune name added by ybrao-a-donkey with additional new mother tune No.
1. Kanakangi c c# d f g g#a c' Salagam c c#d f# g g#a c' 37 uma indu tilakam c c# d ff# gg# ac' 73.
2. Ratnangi c c# d f g g#a# c' Jalarnavam c c#d f# g g#a# c' 38 uma indu Kesi cc# dff# g g#a# c' 74
3. Ganamurti c c# d f g g#b c' Jhalavarali c c#d f# g g#b c' 39 uma indu varALi cc# dff# g g#b c' 75
4. Vanaspati c c# d f g aa# c' Navaneetham c c#d f# g aa# c' 40 uma indu bhushani cc# dff# g aa# c' 76
5. Manavati c c# d f gabc' Pavani c c#d f# gabc' 41 uma indu pavani cc# dff# gabc' 77
6. tAnarUpi c c# d f g a#b c' Raghupriya c c#d f# g a#b c' 42 uma indu rUpi cc# dff# g a#b c' 78
7. Senapati c c#d# f g g#a c' Gavambodhi c c#d# f# g g#a c' 43 uma netra tilakam c c#d# ff# g g#a c' 79
8. Hanumatodi c c#d# f g g#a# c' Bhavapriya c c#d# f# g g#a# c' 44 uma netra Kesi c c#d# ff# g g#a# c' 80
9. Dhenuka c c#d# f g g#b c' Subhapantuvarali c c#d# f# g g#b c'45 uma netra varALi c c#d# ff# g g#b c' 81
10. Natakapriya c c#d# f g aa# c' Shadvidhamargini c c#d# f# g aa# c' 46 uma nEtra bhUshaNi c c#d# ff# g aa# c' 82
11. Kokilapriya c c#d# f gabc' Swarnangi c c#d# f# gabc' 47 umA netra pAvani c c#d# ff# gabc' 83
12. Rupavati c c#d# f g a#b c' Divyamani c c#d# f# g a#b c' 48 umA netra rUpi c c#d# ff# g a#b c' 84
13. Gayakapriya c c#e f g g#a c' Dhavalambari c c#e f# g g#a c' 49 umA agni tilakam c c#e ff# g g#a c' 85
14. Vakulabharnam c c#e f g g#a# c' NamanArAyaNi c c#e f# g g#a# c' 50 uma agni Kesi c c#e ff# g g#a# c' 86
15. Mayamalavagaula c c#e f g g#b c' Kamavardhini (pantu varALi) c c#e f# g g#b c' 51 umA agni varAli c c#e ff# g g#b c' 87
16. Chakravakam c c#e f g aa# c' Ramapriya c c#e f# g aa# c' 52 umA agni bhUshaNi c c#e ff# g aa# c' 88
17. Suryakantam c c#e f gabc' Gamanasrama c c#e f# gabc' 53 umA agni pAvani c c#e ff# gabc' 89
18. Hatakambari c c#e f g a#b c' Vishvambhari c c#e f# g a#b c' 54 umA agni rUpi c c#e ff# g a#b c' 90
19. Jhankaradhvani c dd# f g g#a c' Syamalangi c dd# f# g g#a c' 55 umA vEda tilakam c dd# ff# g g#a c' 91
20. Natabhairavi c dd# f g g#a# c' Shanmukhapriya c dd# f# g g#a# c' 56 umA vEda Kesi c dd# ff# g g#a# c' 92
21. Kiravani c dd# f g g#b c' Simhendra madhyamam c dd# f# g g#b c' 57 umA vEda varALi c dd# ff# g g#b c' 93
22. Kharaharapriya c dd# f g aa# c' Hemavati c dd# f# g aa# c' 58 umA vEda bhUshaNi c dd# ff# g aa# c' 94
23. Gaurimanohari c dd# f gabc' Dharmavati c dd# f# gabc' 59 umA vEda pAvani c dd# ff# gabc' 95
24. Varunapriya c dd# f g a#b c' Nitimati c dd# f# g a#b c' 60 umA vEda rUpi c dd# ff# g a#b c' 96
25. Mararanjani c de f g g#a c' Kantamani c de f# g g#a c' 61 umA bANa tilakam c de ff# 97
26. Charukesi c de f g g#a# c' Rishabhapriya c de f# g g#a# c' 62 umA bANa Kesi c de ff# g g#a# c' 98
27. Sarasangi c de f g g#b c' Latangi c de f# g g#b c' 63 umA bANa varALi c de ff# g g#b c' 99
28. Harikambhoji c de f g aa# c' Vachaspati c de f# g aa# c' 64 umA bANa bhUshaNi c de ff# 100
29. Dheerasankarabharanam- c de f gabc' Mechakalyani c de f# gabc' 65 umA bANa pAvani c de ff# gabc' 101
30. Naganandini c de f g a#b c' Chitrambari c de f# g a#b c' 66 umA bANa rUpi c de ff# 102
31. Yagapriya c d#e f g g#a c' Sucharitra c d#e f# g g#a c' 67 umA kritatilakam c d#e ff# g g#a c' 103
32. Ragavardhini c d#e f g g#a# c' jyoti svarupini c d#e f# g g#a# c' 68 umA kritakEsi c d#e ff# g g#a# c'
33. Gangeyabhushini c d#e f g g#b c' Dhatuvardhani c d#e f# g g#b c' 69 umA kritavarALi c d#e ff# g g#b c' 105
34. Vagadhishvari c d#e f g aa# c' Nasikabhushani c d#e f# g aa# c' 70umA kritabhUshaNi c d#e ff# g aa# c' 106
35. Sulini c d#e f gabc' Kosalam c d#e f# gabc' 71 umA kritapAvani c d#e ff# gabc' 107
36. Chalanata c d#e f g a#b c' Rasikapriya c d#e f# g a#b c' 72 umA kritarUpi c d#e ff# g a#b c' 108


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