The philosopher guide Feb 2014
2) On the 15th of this month masi magam comes. This day is very important to the Hindus. Lord Murugan and Siva Peruman are worshipped with fervor
3) On the 27th Maga Sivarathiri comes. It is the holiest day of the year. Awake throughout the night and worshipping Lord Siva with vilva leaves gives a lot of blessings from God.
4) In Indian political scenario Kejrival’s entry into the politics with a vow to root out corruption looks really wonderful and challenging. It may be amazing how a new party by a former civil servant and backed by a few followers dedicated to launch campaign against a corrupt politician can undo the past accumulated sins of an incorrigible society. Because that is the corruption in public life the real talents are unable to bloom in a corrupt atmosphere. The efficient are snubbed in the bud.
5) The waste disposal by the civic authorities is appallingly poor. Sometimes they resort to burning unscientifically. As a result, the suspended particle in the air increases beyond the tolerance limit and causes many diseases connected with the breathing apparatus of human beings. We request the honorable chief minister to give strict insections to the local bodies for clearing the debris and make the living spaces a lovable one.
6) We very often hear that the wild animals like leopards, tigers and tuskers stray into the living areas of man. This is a sign that the abode of the wild animals is encroached by man and vandalize the naturally available water holes and shady trees are shrinking due to the avaricious nature of man. That the wild animals are trespassing into the human domain is a clear forewarning that something more serious is in the pipeline. Therefore we request the benign government to constitute an expert committee to go into the imbalance and suggest remedial measures which the benevolent state government can implement.
7) The general elections is fast approaching. We request all citizens eligible to work to register their names in the electoral roll. We also request them to exercise their franchise without fail so that a popular government will be elected. We want a strong central government to coordinate with the state governments for a truly democratic way of life. We want clear assurances:
1) Right to food
2) Right to work
3) Right to utilize one’s genius and innate abilities
This government should provide opportunities for the natural efflorescence of natural genius in each individual irrespective of caste, creed and color.
Kaviyogi Dr. P. Pandian , I.A.S. (Retd)