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Sri rama rajyam

Ramayana is a familiar story for every Indian. But a brief synopsis is being given here for the benefit of everyone. Sri Rama Rajyam is set in the Uttara Kandam of the Ramayana that deals with the story of Lava and Kusha. After Rama (Balakrishna) and Sita (Nayanatara) get back from Lanka, the Kingdom of Ayodhya rejoices and everyone is happy for a while. But Lord Rama is forced to banish Sita from the Kingdom when a washerman (Brahmanandam) questions her ‘pavitratha’.Sita takes shelter in the Ashram of Maha Rishi Valmiki (Nageswara Rao) and raises her kids Lava and Kusha as normal kids without informing them of their heritage . Lava and Kusha are trained in all the ‘vidyas’ by Valmiki. A series of incidents later, Lord Rama performs the Ashwamedha Yagam for the benefit of the kingdom. The sacred yagam horse wanders through the forest and it is captured by Lava and Kusha. A confrontation erupts between the kids and Lakshmana (Srikanth) and when Lakshmana falls, Lord Rama enters the arena.The fight is prevented by Sita and she reveals her true identity to her kids. Lava and Kusha are re-united with their father, Lord Rama, and Sita unites with her mother Bhoodevi (Roja) and leaves this mortal world. Watch the entire film to find out the twist in the mythological tale.

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Sri rama rajyam was originally published on Divine Aim

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Lost in Religion

“I’d choose Christianity”, Marc’s aunt tells him, her hands moving expressively, her eyes full of earnestness. “Not because I’m Christian myself, but because your child will grow up in this society”. Unfortunately choosing a religion if you are not religious is not so simple, as Marc finds out when he consults Father Lipke of the Catholic Re-entry Office in Munich. “Children can tell if their parents don’t identify with the religion, so parents shouldn’t do that”. That’s just what Marc was afraid of, having to embrace the religion of his children, “Isn’t there an easier way?”

So Marc turns to the rest of his family, looking for guidance on all things spiritual. However, none of them are willing to offer him an easy answer. “If you say all directions are okay, you give them the chance to have one”, his sister the Shaman tells him. How very Zen, but will every direction really be okay for Marc’s children? His Catholic mother-in-law says there is at least one path they shouldn’t take. “That overly pious Catholic attitude is not for me”, she’d prefer them to be Protestant.

Confounded by his family he must turn to the professionals. Pastor Barry Sloan has a simple answer for him, “God gives life meaning”, but for Marc that’s just a little too glib, he wants something more tangible, an experience. “Through Yoga I found a new concept of the divine”, says the Yoga teacher of his sound technician. “Proof of God is bound to your own consciousness, you have to make that shift happen”, he extols but unfortunately for Marc deep meditation proves something of a challenge. “Ten minutes without thinking about daily problems … I can’t manage it”.

Despite his religious journey, Marc can’t quite embrace any god. But he is willing to support his children in whatever faith they choose and hopes they might one day shed light on the mysteries of the unknown. “I’ll refrain from caustic remarks and if my kids ‘get religion’ some day, maybe they can help me get it too”.

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Lost in Religion was originally published on Divine Aim

Raaz: The Mystery Continues

A horror mystery about a painter Prithvi, who suddenly starts having visions about an anonymous girl in trouble. Being unable to deal with these shocking incidences, he paints his visions. However, he cannot believe his eyes when he meets that anonymous girl, Nandita, in person and alerts her from the probable risks. What happens when Prithvi’s horrific visions start turning into reality? (CBFC A CIL/3/2/09-MUM)

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Raaz: The Mystery Continues was originally published on Divine Aim

The Principal

Jim Belushi stars as Rick Latimer, a high school teacher down on his luck. His wife is divorcing him, he has anger issues, the school board is on his case. In fact, he thinks he’s going to be disciplined by the board, when instead they promote him to principal. But his new school is the dreadful, and dreaded, Brandel High, where all the problem kids go who’ve been kicked out of other schools. With the help of head of security Jake Phillips (Louis Gossett, Jr.) and teacher Hilary Orozco (Rae Dawn Chong), Rick must challenge the sense of lawlessness that pervades the school, as exemplified by brutal gang leader Victor Duncan (Michael Wright). Rick Latimer has run out of options. He’s got to make it work at Brandel, or die trying. (Original TItle – The Principal) © 1987 TriStar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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The Principal was originally published on Divine Aim

HOUR OF MEDITATION MUSIC FROM BETA TO ALPHA ,DELTA ,THETA,AND GAMMA

ACCLIMATE YOURSELF TO THE COMING FOURTH DIMENSION WHERE PLANET EARTH MAY INCREASE ITS SCHUMANN RESONANT FREQUENCY TO 14HZ.

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HOUR OF MEDITATION MUSIC FROM BETA TO ALPHA ,DELTA ,THETA,AND GAMMA

HOUR OF MEDITATION MUSIC FROM BETA TO ALPHA ,DELTA ,THETA,AND GAMMA was originally published on Divine Aim

Gurukulam

An evolution in the sensory experiential movement of verite filmmaking (SWEETGRASS, FOREIGN PARTS, LEVIATHAN), GURUKULAM creates a vivid and sensual film experience – immersing the viewer in an otherworldly but immediate atmosphere of spiritual contemplation. The film follows a group of students and their teacher as they confront fundamental questions about the nature of reality and self-identity at a remote forest ashram in southern India. Daily rituals are woven together connecting the natural and spiritual worlds in moments of surprising revelation and comic contradiction. Deeply observational and experiential, GURUKULAM evokes the presence of the place and a tactile sense of the sacred. The richly layered soundscape and the intimate imagery reveal a place of extraordinary beauty and simplicity. GURUKULAM is a rare invitation to look, listen, and experience a contemplative rhythm of life as old as the Bhagavad Gita and as new as present-day India.

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Gurukulam was originally published on Divine Aim