Saturday, May 26, 2007

COLUMNS
THIS ABOVE ALL
TELEVISTA

STAMPED IMPRESSIONS

GOOD MOTORING
AUDIO SCAN
MUSIC ZONE

PUNJABI ANTENNA

WEBSIDE HUMOUR

FOR CHILDREN

CROSSWORD
RHYME TIME

ROOTS


Guru Nanakís estate flourishes in Pakistan

The Bhattis of Nankana Sahib in Pakistan are keeping alive their 500-year-long family tradition of strengthening Sikh-Muslim ties. Naveen S. Garewal visits the Muslim family, whose ancestor Rai Bular Bhatti was the second disciple of Guru Nanak

Blessed by Baba Nanak, the Bhatti family of Talwandi (now Nankana Sahib) has been a shining example of Muslim-Sikh brotherhood for over half a millennium. Rai Bular Bhatti, a contemporary of Guru Nanak Dev and a devout Muslim, became Guru Nanakís second disciple. After Bibi Nanki, Guru Nankís sister, he was second person to recognise that Guru Nanak was no ordinary mortal and that he was a divine soul.

T-shirts tell your traits
This popular garment reflects your personality, says Dolly Sagar
T
HEY are all-time favourites, to be used any time, anywhere, except of course in formal parties. You can have them plain or printed, loose or tight, as kurtis or kurtas, with trousers or shorts, round-necked or V-necked, full-sleeved, half-sleeved or even sleeveless. This versatility is not the only feature of the T-shirt. It also defines your personality.

Food sets the right mood
New research suggests that eating the right food can actually affect your mood. Some kinds of food may banish stress, others may lift depression and many are a great source of energy and general well-being, writes Gyan Marwah
F
OR long researchers have said that there is a definite link of our emotions to the food we eat. Certain foods are mood boosters in the same way as others can be party poopers. There are still others that help us feel calm, alert and even upbeat. Hereís a list of some foods that have a direct link to your moods.

Randeep Hooda: Iím not insecure
A
ctor Randeep Hooda has only two films in hand but refuses to take on work that doesnít challenge him. A media recluse and utterly unperturbed by the hype that surrounds the average wannabe, Randeep is walking that thin line between dedication and compromise. "I donít want to do the wrong kind of work. Better sparks in the dark than a full-blown fuse in the limelight," he chuckles.

 

COLUMNS

TELEVISTAPlenty of stars but no films
by Amita Malik

AUDIO SCAN: Spiritual music in vogue

WEBSIDE HUMOUR: Logical answer
Compiled by Sunil Sharma

GENERATION X

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

Rhyme Time

ROOTS
by Deepti





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