Me-Now-Views - with a twist

Do you need reasons for the images which follow? Well, firstly, Voovoo is not communicating so can't access the few photos I managed to capture the past couple of weeks; secondly, am doing this on YAMroid and it is an absolute pain in the proverbial and this is all I can import; thirdly it was the Maestro's interment ceremony yesterday so need to be more contemplative for just a bit - which ties in with the main and fourth reason; today is Sri Ram-navaami. Those of you who read the history of my name will not be surprised to hear that this is my chosen 'devataa', who is but Yeshu in another dress. At midday, the birth of this figure is celebrated.





































जय श्री राम 
जय जय राम 
श्री राम श्री राम 
जय जय राम!
Jai Sri Raam
Jai jai Raam
Sri Raam Sri Raam
Jai jai Raam!



6 comments:

  1. May you find peace and growth during this time!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  2. Well I know Yamini means night in Hindu. Rama I believe was one of the oldest avatars but beyond that I am lost. Have you told us about your name somewhere?
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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    1. Hari om
      Oh yes indeed SWTS!!! You can read the three episodes as the latest at MacHistory label... Sri Rama was indeed one of the elder avatars, quite few before Krishnaji. He was a human manifestation with only the very best of qualities, setting an example for his followers.... the Ramaayana is a tremendous read!!!...thank you for your visit Yx

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  3. That is so interesting and thank you for sharing. Such beautiful pictures. xx

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  4. It is interesting. We're babysitting grandies, and I'm pretty tired! We are only on full day 1, they arrived yesterday! Josee brought 9 cases of things! So funny! hugs!

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