- A love marriage is a union of two individuals based upon mutual love,
affection, commitment and attraction.
- Love Marriage is a South Indian Tamil film released in 2002. The film stars
Vikram Krishna, then known as Ajay, in the lead role.
- Love Marriage was a Hindi language television series that aired every Monday
- Thursday at 8pm IST on Zee TV channel in 2002, which highlights the
interesting relations in an urban society.
- a small machine that is used for mathematical calculations
- Something used for making mathematical calculations, in particular a small
electronic device with a keyboard and a visual display
- an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)
- A calculator is a small (often pocket-sized), usually inexpensive electronic
device used to perform the basic operations of arithmetic. Modern calculators
are more portable than most computers, though most PDAs are comparable in size
to handheld calculators.
marriage calculator - Love Marriage:
Love Marriage: A Novel
In this globe-scattered Sri Lankan family, we
speak of only two kinds of marriage. The first is the Arranged Marriage. The
second is the Love Marriage. In reality, there is a whole spectrum in between,
but most of us spend years running away from the first toward the second. [p.
The daughter of Sri Lankan immigrants who left their collapsing
country and married in America, Yalini finds herself caught between the
traditions of her ancestors and the lure of her own modern world. But when she
is summoned to Toronto to help care for her dying uncle, Kumaran, a former
member of the militant Tamil Tigers, Yalini is forced to see that violence is
not a relic of the Sri Lankan past, but very much a part of her Western
While Kumaran's loved ones gather around him to say goodbye,
Yalini traces her family's roots-and the conflicts facing them as ethnic
Tamils-through a series of marriages. Now, as Kumaran's death and his daughter's
politically motivated nuptials edge closer, Yalini must decide where she stands.
Lyrical and innovative, V. V. Ganeshananthan's novel brilliantly unfolds
how generations of struggle both form and fractures families.
--Washington Post Book World Best of 2008
for the Orange Prize
"A beautiful first novel. This intricately woven
tale, with its universal themes of love and estrangement, presents an exciting
new voice in American literature."
-Yiyun Li, author of A Thousand Years of
"Complex and moving . . . an impressive debut."
Alarcon, author of Lost City Radio
"V. V. Ganeshananthan has given us a
riveting picture of the intersections of love and war that shape us all. A debut
of incredible passion and wisdom."
-Rebecca Johns, author of
"As if she were stringing a necklace of bright beads, the author
relates the stories of Yalini's Sri Lankan forebears in lapidary folkloric
narratives...What she does here, she does quite affectingly." --The Boston Globe
"In spare, lyrical prose, V.V. Ganeshananthan's debut novel tells the
story of two Sri Lankan Tamil families over four generations who, despite civil
war and displacement, are irrevocably joined by marriage and
SOUTHEAST USA SAI INTERVIEW
In the letter below I inadequately describe the
supreme Bliss bestowed upon the remaining devotees of theSai Southeast
pilgrimage: Sai Ram Embodiments of Lord Sai Pinch me someone, reach through the
computer and pinch me, I feel like I must be dreaming. A dream has come true
today. This afternoon our Divine Baba called the remaining members of the USA
Sai Pilgrimage group in for an interview. Our sweet Lord sailed into the Mandir
casting His Krishna gaze in our direction, little did we know what He had
planned. He went up onto the veranda and said something to one of His
attendants, the young man immediately walked over to the men's side and called
the Men's USA group into the inner Mandir. The women soon followed, Hearts
thumping, tears flowing, love brimming. We all sat inside the inner sanctuary.
Swami was already inside. He sent His attendents out and like a loving mother
caressed us all with gentle sweet satsangh and holy gifts. A complete
compilation of the interview will be available soon. I will just share a few
delectable fragments for you to enjoy. Swami asked the group "where is God?"
some said everywhere, some said inside, various answers, Swami said God is in
you and around you above you below you. God in you and in him. His voice was so
soft like the ocean wind at times it was hard to hear so forgive me if I am not
completely accurate, the compilation will be a lot more exact. There was a
moment when our Loving Lord asked one woman if she was married, she replied,
"no," Swami made a funny face as if to say, why not? Then another lady in the
group, Gabriella, raised her hand and said "I am married Swami. He asked where
her husband was and she pointed to the men's side indicating her husband David,
the wonderful camera man who had filmed the entire Music programme event. Swami
called them both up. He asked them questions about their relationship. Swami
started moving His dainty hand in that familiar manner and a huge pendant with
glittering gems appeared with golden chain. it was so dazzling, he lifted it up
and showed it to all of us. He then made David put it on Gabriella and placed
His hands on their heads and blessed their marriage, uttering some barely
audible mantras. Someone asked Sai Krishna if He would come to the USA ,
physically. Swami replied, "I will come." He said that He would visit 5
countries, USA would be last. Heaven!!! Bliss!! OH MY GOD!!!! Sacred Swami also
said that many from the group will be hurt and disappointed that they missed
this interview. He asked us to make them understand that He is always, with
them, around, in them and beside them and that He loves them. Another man asked
if He could take padnamaskar, Swami told Him wait. I could see Swami's eyes
flashing like a super cosmic calculator, I have never seen eyes flash that fast.
He was actually calculating the number of men and women in the group or perhaps
peering into the akashic records of all our lives to see if we deserved what
came next. I think the approximate number of people was 20 men and 45 women.
Compassionate Father Sai allowed each person to take padnamaskar. It was a
Divine and breathtaking vista, as one by one the members of the Sai pilgrimage
approached the Lord of the Universe reverently, humbly knelt down and touched,
kissed the feet that support the entire creation. Swami personally gave each of
us packets of vibhuti after padnamaskar. I waited with great anticipation,
trembling heart and body. As I knelt before Sai Avatar, time and space ceased to
exist, there were no boundaries, it just my God and I. I bent my head, as my
forehead touched his beautiful feet, I felt a little thump on my third eye. I
then looked up at our Precious Self and said, "I Love You Baba." What else could
I utter, in the presence of such Pure Love. Swami smiled, nodding His head,
gently, His eyes were the fathomless Ocean rushing towards me, cradling, rocking
me in profound and wordless Love. At the end of the padnamaskar procession
Swami, our beloved Lord said some mantras over prasadam wafers and had members
of the group distribute this Divine prasadam. As Swami took leave of us, we all
shouted out "Thank You, Swami, we Love you Swami..." One Latin woman burst into
prema saturated melody, singing a lovely Spanish song, describing How Baba is
eveything to us. I must take leave of you all now and go into deep silence and
contemplation. This was indeed a day made in Heaven. Lots of Bliss, Prema and
Shanti to everyone sonya ki
Love & Marriage Applique
True love ... lasting marriage - applique and
embroidery on vintage linen. Pattern in the May issue of the Bustle & Sew
love marriage calculator
Unconditional love is eagerly promised at
weddings, but rarely practiced in real life. As a result, romantic hopes are
often replaced with disappointment in the home. But it doesn’t have to stay that
The Love Dare, as featured in the popular new movie Fireproof
(from the makers of Facing the Giants), is a 40-day challenge for husbands and
wives to understand and practice unconditional love. Whether your marriage is
hanging by a thread or healthy and strong, The Love Dare is a journey you need
to take. It’s time to learn the keys to finding true intimacy and developing a
dynamic marriage. Take the dare!