Vishweshwar And Jaganmohan.

My dear friend Vishweshwar who does not feature ever as a commentator here in the blog posts, reads all my posts and comments on facebook when the mood takes him. Another friend Jaganmohan, with who my readers are familiar, also reads my blogposts and is himself a web poster with his own website to stream videos live. He too does not comment on my blogs but prefers to discuss matters directly with me.

Vishweshwar, in Sanskrit is a compound Vishwa Eshwar meaning, The Lord Of The Universe. A name for Shiva.

Jaganmohan is also a compound Jagat Mohan, meaning Charmer of the Universe. One of the names for Krishna.

These two friends named after very powerful Gods decided to bestow their munificence on me for Twenty Fifteen and have gifted me with the only things that they think I lack, books.

Vishweshwar gifted me with The Hot Belly Diet.  I hope that he will comment on this post as to quite why he thought that I should read it.

And Jagan, was more generous with three books; Secrets Of Karma, The Gone Girl and The Fault In Our Stars.  Jagan tells me that these three books have been read by him and he wants me to share his joy in having read them.

fault book

My cup runneth over. Thank you Vishweshwar and Jagan.

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22 Responses to Vishweshwar And Jaganmohan.

  1. Looney says:

    I am fascinated by the concept of a “teen edition” for the Secrets of Karma. Have there always been teen editions? Or did Karma produce a new, teen oriented presentation of itself for our era? Of course a secret really can’t be a secret these days unless it is published, so that part of the title is clear.
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    • The author practices his craft in the USA Looney. It is for the teens there. Jagan must have felt that mentally I am just about equal to a teen in the USA and has gifted me this book.

  2. I used to have T-shirts that said, “Too many books, too little time.” It’s nice to have a choice, though. Lucky you!
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  3. kylie says:

    I have read The Fault in Our Stars, it’s a favourite of all of my kids.

    I wish you good reading!
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  4. Pravin says:

    I have watched a movie with similar title – Faults in our stars. I think the book is made into movie, wonderful movie.
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  5. shackman says:

    This wil lindeed be time well spent!
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  6. Maxi says:

    I am curious about the “teen” in Secrets of Karma, Rummy. Are you living your second life?
    blessings ~ maxi
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    • The author practices his craft in the USA Maxi. It is for the teens there. Jagan must have felt that mentally I am just about equal to a teen in the USA and has gifted me this book.

  7. Big John says:

    “The Hot Belly Diet” … Sounds more like an Indian ‘take-way’ from a health food store. I think I’ll give it a miss … 🙂
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  8. tammy j says:

    i laughed heartily! thinking . . . you need more books rummy!
    but i’ve decided. you should have more and more books.
    that way you must live a long long time in order to read them all.
    book insurance!
    i am going to definitely check out the hot belly diet!
    you have nice friends in those two.
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  9. Mother says:

    I don’t know about the rest but “The Fault in Our Stars” is compelling.
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  10. Raj says:

    Nobody has ever seen anything produced out of nothing; if anything arises in the mind, that also must have been produced from something. When we speak of free will, we mean the will is not caused by anything. But that cannot be true, the will is caused; and since it is caused, it cannot be free — it is bound by law. That I am willing to talk to you and you come to listen to me, that is law. Everything that I do or think or feel, every part of my conduct or behaviour, my every movement — all is caused and therefore not free. This regulation of our life and mind — that is the law of Karma. Read more about Karma
    Swami Vivekananda Quotes on Karma

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