Monthly Archives: March 2017

Ayodhya Dispute – For Muslims, it is ‘heads I win, tails you lose’.

The Supreme Court has now hinted that it will uphold the Allahabad High Court verdict in favour of the temple, if the parties cannot agree mutually on a fair settlement. For the Muslims, it is ‘heads I win, tails you lose’. The Mullahs and clerics do not want to take the blame on themselves, so they ask for a court verdict which, if unfavourable, would not stick to them. Continue reading

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Kalpathy Viswanatha Josier – Descendent of Vaidyanatha Josier of Kandramanickam Village

My father Viswanatha Josier belongs to the family of the eminent Vaidyanatha Josier of Kandramanickam Village, who authored books on Astrology including commentaries on the PHALA-DEEPIKA and the PARASARA-HORA. The family was among the first ones to migrate to Palghat … Continue reading

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Palghat – From a Sleepy Village to a Fascinating, Vibrant Town

Until the beginning of the first world-war in 1914 and a decade or more thereafter, Palghat was a sleepy village, overflowing with an insulated, priestly class of migrant brahmin families, mostly engaged in the performance of ritualistic obligations. Most had … Continue reading

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