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Welcome: This blog is about Hyderabad culture, land and people, "with a whole spectrum of experiences of Khatta (sour), Meetha (sweet), Pheeka (unsalted), Teekha (off), Khara (spicy), Kadva (bitter) brim with caring and lots of loving." as phrased by Mike Ghouse, a hyderabadi damad.

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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Hyderabad Airlines - Just for fun


See also: funny Airlines announcement.
Introducing Hyderabad Airlines (Omer Daraz KhaN) -

air-hostess: Ruksana Begum Aadaab.
Ye Hyderabad Airlines ki udaan Dilli ke liye ravana hongi.
Aaapke kaptan Chand Pasha hain . aur mai, Rukhsana Begum. ...
Ab ye jahaaz hai so udnewala hai.
Samjhe nai?
Sab jane beltaan baandleo.

Bacchon ku khamoosh? bithaleo.
Aur kalma padlete baitho, kaiku bole toh, hamare kaptan aajeech pilot bane, aur ye unki pehli udaan hai.
Magar fikar nakko karo, apan kaisa toh bhi Dilli pahunch jayinge

Jahaaz jab tak teda rahinga beltaan kholo nakko aur baitheso jage se ?utho nakko.
Aap gir-vir gaye toh bhot musibat hongi.
Agar raste mein oxygen ki kami ho gayi toh oopar chhat se ek pipe giringa.
Usku dekh ke daro? nakko.
Kahin 'Saanp, saanp!' bolke, jahilon ke vaisa chillao nakko.
Usko naak ke andar? ghusake saans lete raho.

Aur koi bhi pareshani hui toh aapke seat ke oopar ek button hai, dekho.
Magar usku dabao nakko.
Uthko yaan saamne aako jo bhi haiso merese pooch leo:
pani ka ghada kahaan hai,
chaddar-takiya kahaan hai,
chai-samose milinge kya .
kuchhki bhi pooch le sakte

A.C. toh vaiseechh bhi kaam nai karrae.
Magar bomdiyaan nakko maro.
Tumare ghar me?bhi AC nai hai.
Nai so adat kaiku daalna?
Baad mein pareshani hoti.

Agar toilet rukrae nai to rokne ki poori koshish karo.
Nikal gaya toh dusre musafiron ku pareshaani ho jati.
Chambu bazu wale seat ke ?neeche hai.
Comot pe saleeqe se baitho, jahilon ke jaisa ukdu mat baitho - ye qadamcha nai hai, samjhe nai?

Ab thhodi der mein tabarruk batinga:
baghara khana aur kaddu ka dalcha.
Sabku milta,? pukara nakko karo.
Jage pe baithke topiyon mein le lo.

Shukriya sab logon ka Hyderabad Airlines pe udhne ke liye.
Mera naam Ruksana Begum

source: Orkut

======= Hyderabad Airlines air-hostess:

Aadaab.

Ye Hyderabad Airlines ki udaan Dilli ke liye ravana hongi.
Aaapke kaptan Chand Pasha hain . aur mai, Rukhsana Begum. ...
Ab ye jahaaz hai so udnewala hai.
Samjhe nai?
Sab jane beltaan baandleo.

Bacchon ku khamoosh bithaleo.
Aur kalma padlete baitho, kaiku bole toh, hamare kaptan aajeech pilot bane, aur ye unki pehli udaan hai.
Magar fikar nakko karo, apan kaisa toh bhi Dilli pahunch jayinge

Jahaaz jab tak teda rahinga beltaan kholo nakko aur baithe jage se utho nakko.
Aap gir-vir gaye toh bhot musibat hongi.
Agar raste mein oxygen ki kami ho gayi toh oopar chhat se ek pipe giringa.
Usku dekh ke daro nakko.
Kahin 'Saanp, saanp!' bolke, jahilon ke vaisa chillao nakko.
Usko naak ke andar ghusake saans lete raho.

Aur koi bhi pareshani hui toh aapke seat ke oopar ek button hai, dekho.
Magar usku dabao nakko.
Uthke yaan saamne aake jo bhi haiso merese pooch leo:
pani ka ghada kahaan hai,
chaddar-takiya kahaan hai,
chai-samose milinge kya .
ab dekho mein bhi bewa hoon na tau mera number day ditiyoon hona tau kuchhki bhi pooch le sakte

A.C. toh vaiseechh bhi kaam nai karrae.
Magar bomdiyaan nakko maro.
Tumare ghar me bhi AC nai hai.
Nai so adat kaiku daalna?
Baad mein pareshani hoti.

Agar toilet rukrae nai to rokne ki poori koshish karo.
Nikal gaya toh dusre musafiron ku pareshaani ho jati.
Chambu bazu wale seat ke neeche hai.
Comot pe saleeqe se baitho, jahilon ke jaisa ukdu mat baitho - ye qadamcha nai hai, samjhe nai?

Ab thhodi der mein tabarruk batinga:
baghara khana aur kaddu ka dalcha.
Sabku milta, pukara nakko karo.
Jaghe pe baithke topiyon mein le lo.

Chalo ab niklenge apan.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

National Seminar on Maulana Azad: A Multifaceted Thinker

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is organizing a three day national seminar on “Maulana Abul Kalam Azad: A Multifaceted Thinker” from November 19 to 21, 2012. Photo, courtesy, Siasat
MANUU is among six universities in the country where Maulana Azad chair is established to propagate the legacy and work of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, freedom fighter and India’s first education minister.
Prof. Suleman Siddiqui, Professor of the Chair and Former Vice Chancellor of Osmania University addressed a press conference at MANUU campus to inform about the event.
Siddiqui said the idea of conducting the seminars on Maulana Azad works is to identify those areas on which little or no work has been done on Azad’s disposition. He also said that this seminar will help the interested researchers to identify the libraries and private collection where new material on Azad is available.
The seminar is divided in three sessions; the first session will be on ‘Maulana Azad on politics, the second day’s session will be on ‘Maulana Azad on religion’ while the third day sessions would focus on ‘Maulana Azad on education and journalism.’
The seminar is divided in three sessions; the first session will be on ‘Maulana Azad on politics, the second day’s session will be on ‘Maulana Azad on religion’ while the third day sessions would focus on ‘Maulana Azad on education and journalism.’
Three day photo gallery and book exhibition exclusively on Maulana Azad at the Library Auditorium will be inaugurated. “An Evening with Maulana Abul Kalam Azad – Screening of the Play,” an Urdu solo by Tom Alter will be presented during the seminar evening.
Prof. Suleman Siddiqui also said that the main purpose of the seminar is to develop a high class, technology equipped research center at the Urdu University.
He also said Mualana Azad Chair at MANUU has already taken up the translation work of Maulana Azad’s literature, and has commissioned its first book ‘Maulana Azad’s Contribution to Education in General and Higher Education in Particular.’
Azad Chair is also maneuvering for the establishment of the Directorate of Translation at Urdu University.
Extract:

  • National Seminar on Maulana Azad, Siasat Daily
  • Three day seminar planned by Maulana Azad Chair at MANUU, TwoCircles.net
  • Seminar to highlight Azad's works Times of India
  • Maulana Abul Kalam Azad's Multifaith Perspective: A Bio-bibliographical note

  • Sunday, July 1, 2012

    Chowmahalla Palace to house royal library, THE TIMES OF INDIA

    TNN Jun 28, 2012, THE TIMES OF INDIA
    Extract:

    HYDERABAD: There is hectic activity going on at the Mahtab Mahal of Chowmahalla Palace. Inside the freshly painted gigantic mahal, staffers are busy unloading an array of timeworn books from the huge wooden trunks of the Asaf Jahi period. These books, neglected for over four decades, were recently shifted from the Nazri Bagh and Chiran Palace to Chowmahalla, their new home. Palace officials said that in about two months Mahtab Mahal will transform into a library with a rare and valuable collection of books belonging to the Asaf Jahi Nizams who loved literature and were poets themselves. They said that research scholars will now be able to turn the pages of history, literally.

    It had a dining hall, living room, an English and Indian darbar apart from a bedroom. "The mahal has been converted into a library. This royal library is coming up in the palace with rare books dating back to the 16th century. A web directory is also being created," said G Kishan Rao, director, Chowmahalla Palace. Research scholars can make use of the facility, he added...

    ...While there was a large collection of books at Falaknuma Palace as well, it has been converted into the Palace Library, a replica of the one at Windsor Castle, on the same premises.

    Even this library at Falaknuma Palace is home to the rarest of manuscripts, books and one of the most acclaimed collections of the Quran in the country, all of which were selected by the Nizam himself.

    Read more: Times of India or click here

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    Wednesday, April 11, 2012

    Religious leaders condone acts of violence in the name of religion

    April 11, 2012, religiousindia.com
    A social need and religious responsibility of all to prevent violence in all forms and strive for integration and harmony amongst all sections of society.

    In response to the communal violence that took place in Hyderabad on Sunday after communal clashes broke out following the desecration of a place of worship at Madannapet, resulting in heavy stone-pelting and brick batting, a group of religious leaders (COVA = Confederation of Voluntary Associations) including Bro. Varghese SG of MSI came together for a Press Conference and issued a press statement that was reported in the papers.

    ... Religious Leaders of all Faiths to Jointly Cleanse / Repair Any Desecrated Places of Worship in AP continue reading

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  • Tuesday, March 27, 2012

    City Museum depicting Hyderabad`s history inaugurated

    The City Museum, an extension of the Nizam's Museum at Purani Haveli, was thrown open to the public on Monday offering a riveting slice of history to its visitors... More at the official Website http://www.hehnmh.com/city-museum - Hear Muffakham Jah, at this inauguration.








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  • Unveiling the past, YMalaiya @ Yahoo Groups
  • Neolithic to nizam, Hyderabad, it turns out, has a 4,000-year history. A new museum aims to acquaint people with the rich heritage of the city
    Itishree Samal / Hyderabad Mar 25, 2012
    Hau (yes), nakko (no) and kaiku (why), are words still widely used by Hyderabadis. The words may sound like Bambaiyya Hindi but they are in fact Deccani Urdu. Not many locals will know the story of their own tongue. Deccani Urdu is a mix of Persian, Turkish Arabic, Khari Boli, Sanskrit and Punjabi, later influenced by Marathi. You would know this if you visited Hyderabad’s new City Museum.

    It is an initiative of the Nizam’s Jubilee Pavilion Trust, a non-profit formed in 1957. “The Trust came up with the idea of a City Museum for tourists to acquaint themselves with the history and cultural heritage of the city,” says chairman (Prince) Muffakham Jah.

    Documented history says a city first arose here when Golconda fort was built by the Kakatiya kings (11th-14th centuries CE). Modern Hyderabad began as a garden suburb outside Golconda, built by a Qutb Shahi sultan in 1591. A century later the Mughals took over, and after them the Asaf Jahs ruled Hyderabad until Independence. Under the Asaf Jahs the city grew rich trading diamonds, pearls and handicrafts.

    But Hyderabad is much older than this history suggests. In 2004, ancient objects were dug up in the IT suburb of Gachibowli. “Few Hyderabadis may know that 4,000 years ago the entire area of the city was inhabited,” says Jah. Jah is the grandson of the last Nizam. “The Museum is all about the city, its people, their creations, achievements and lifestyle.”
  • An arresting slice of history, Times of India
  • A Hyderabad you didn't know about, Times of India‎
  • "Unveiling the past". Times of India.
  • Hyderabad gets city museum: Hyderabad of yore - when musk (mishq) was sold for Rs 44 a litre (ser)Syed Akbar Journalist
  • VIDEO (2:42) Hyderabad City Museum Inaugurated By Prince Muffakham Jah (TV5) LIS Trends
  • HEH the Nizam’s Jubilee Pavilion Trust Inaugurates the City Museum, Concept Public Relations India Limited
  • Hyderabad - where diamonds were embedded in people's hearts, Charminar Connection
  • Journey into Hyderabad’s hoary past, P S Jayaram Khaleej Times
  •  The "Tarboush" Caused Egypt-Turkey Flap huffingtonpost.com --A comment by Mohammed Ayub Ali Khan: "This writer missed the fact that Tarboush is also worn in far away locations like Hyderabad where it is called the 'Roomi Topi." It's popularity is waning in the city but is still holding out. (It is not easily available as it used to be about 15 years ago.)It can also be seen in the hyderabadi diaspora communities----most prominently in New York, Chicago, and Toronto."-- See also similar thought in Turks in India by M. A. Qaiyum.
  • Monday, February 27, 2012

    Get ready: The Clock ticking is intended to remind us of our mortality -- Thought for the day

    alkhadim nustaleeq

    These tick simply are a countdown towards our next destination (aka End of Real Sound and it says Quick Quick--clock is announcing that each tick or passing second, decreased one more moment of life)

    Ghafil tujhe Ghadial, ye deta hai munadi
    Gardon ney ghadi umer ki, ek or ghata di

    The above phrase can be heard in Rafi Saheb's "Kis ke liye ruka hai,kis ke liye rukega" MOVIE: EK SAAL (1957) -- see also Version Two


    Kiske Liye Ruka Hai, Kiske Liye Rukega.
    Karna Hai Jo Bhi Kar Le, Ye Waqt Jaa Raha Hai.
    Pani Ka Bulbula Hai Insaan Ki Zindagani.
    Dum Bhar Ka Ye Fasana Pal Bhar Ki Ye Kahani..
    Har Saans Apne Saath Paigham Laa Raha Hai
    Karna Hai Jo Bhi Kar Le, Ye Waqt Jaa Raha Hai.
    Kiske Liye Ruka Hai.. -- complete lyrics, here or Lyrics here
    किसके लिए रुका है किसके लिए रुकेगा करना है जो भी कर ले ये वक़्त जा रहा है ..........ये वक़्त जा रहा है पानी का बुलबुला है इन्सां की जिंदगानी दम भर का ये फ़साना पल भर की ये कहानी हर सांस साथ अपने पैगाम ला रहा है ....... करना है जो भी कर ले ये वक़्त जा रहा है ..... ये वक़्त जा रहा है .....ये वक़्त जा रहा है ..... ओशो पैगम्बर -- courtesy: Rafiology

    For whom has it stopped, For whom will it stop.
    Do what is required of you, This TIME is passing away
    It is like a water bubble..This human life
    A story of a single breath.A story of single moment..
    Each breath is bringing the Divine message..
    Do what is required of you, this TIME is passing away
    For whom will it stop.. More details of the movie, audio and video -This song apparently get played no less than three times in the movie- @Atul's bollywood song a day

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    Performed: Rashid Bhikha and Khalil Ismail
    Written: Zain Bhikha, Rashid Bhikha, Abdul Malik Ahmed and Khalil Ismail

  • “Clocks slay time... time is dead as long as it is being clicked off by little wheels; only when the clock stops does time come to life.”
    William Faulkner quotes (American short-story Writer and Novelist, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1949, 1897-1962), Thinkexist.com

  • “The optimist sees the rose and not its thorns; the pessimist stares at the thorns, oblivious to the rose”
    Kahlil Gibran quotes (Lebanese born American philosophical Essayist, Novelist and Poet. 1883-1931) @ Thinkexist.com
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  • Zindagi bhar nahin bhoolenge yeh barsaat ki raat: Parents' love story: He did laundry so he could meet her!
  • Get ready, Canada: The Clock is about to start ticking Globe and Mail
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  • Saturday, February 25, 2012

    Hyderabad's Shah Ali Banda library in news



    The Times of India - Feb 24, 2012
    Rohit P S, TNN 

    HYDERABAD: Housed in dilapidated buildings with infrequent supply of electricity, shortage of staff and facing space crunch due to increasing number of old books, the government libraries in the Old City are crying for urgent attention.

    Hyderabad district has about 90 libraries of which 40 are located in the Old City, reflecting that once this part of the twin cities had a vibrant reading culture. Today, the condition of these libraries is a deterrent for visitors. More than half of them are beset with infrastructure problems and lack of repair and maintenance of the buildings. The students who form the core of reader-visitors to these libraries say they wished the store house of books would also contain reading material for students and allocate exclusive areas for them.

    The Shah Ali Banda library is the only grade one institution in the Old City. Staff here says that the more than two-decade-old building is in need of repairs. "Electric wiring needs to be redone. Repairs are also required to the roof and walls. Damp and water leakage are affecting the books," said a record keeper.

    According to officials of City Central Library, which is the district nodal centre and supervises the functioning of the libraries in the city, the libraries in Sultan Shahi, Mir Alam Mandi, Jangamet, Doodhbowli, Dabeerpura and several other areas are in need of dire repairs. "At most places the buildings breed moth, the eternal enemy of paper, due to dampness. Some libraries do not have electricity forcing staff to keep them open only for a few hours," complained an official.

    Space is also a major problem for the Old City libraries for the officials. "Every year we receive a large number of books from the City Central Library. But there is hardly any place to keep the 1000 books that we recently received due to lack of proper mechanism to weed out the old books which pile up every year. Hence new books which have to be on the shelves, are lying in the cellar," said the record keeper at Shah Ali Banda.

    The students also feel that the libraries should frequently update their stock with new edition text books. "The library does not get new editions of required text books, and other reference materials, which are usually very expensive. We need them for preparing for the exams," said Shanti Swaroop, of Shah Ali Banda.

    It is not only these problems that are keeping denizens away. Says Javeed Ali a resident of Moghalpura, "Earlier libraries were the only place where information about anything was available. Today with the advent of internet, the libraries seem to have lost their importance. Obviously they have failed to keep pace with the changing needs of the people. It seems even the government has lost interest in funding and maintaining them. Today reference books are rarely updated. This has caused the readership to dip drastically."

    The library management staff at the City Centre library cites staff shortage as a reason for the status of the Old City's libraries but deny shortage of funds. "Last year we were allocated Rs 59 cr which is sufficient for our operations. We cannot take up repair or construction works unless proposals come from the library itself. Most of these libraries are in a neglected state due to shortage of staff," said a senior official.

    According to him, the government has filled existing vacancies through outsourcing but there are still 139 vacancies of the total 259 posts available. This has left several libraries without librarians, burdening existing employees. The problem has only been compounded in the last few months as staffs from the libraries were diverted for census duty.

    When asked why libraries in the new city are thriving despite staff problems, the official said that people in the new city are more active in maintenance of their community libraries as compared to their old city counterparts. "In areas like Himayat Nagar, we receive complaints from the residents and members of welfare associations if there is something wrong with the functioning of the library. But we seldom receive complaints from the Old City areas. This attitude has also contributed to the decline of the Old City libraries," he said. Source: The Times of India

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    Treasure trove of knowledge, ASIF YAR KHAN, The Hindu, November 14, 2010
     It's a treasure trove of books at the Shah Ali Banda library. Brimming to its full capacity, the library is one of the many popular landmarks among book lovers of the old city. The very fact that the library brims with avid readers as evening falls is a testament to its popularity.

    A grade one library managed by the Hyderabad city Grandhalaya Samastha, it proves to bridge the gap between knowledge and its seekers. The shelves of this five-decade-old library, one of the oldest facilities in the old city adorn more than 60,000 titles covering various subjects and languages. A whopping 13,900 English language books are part of the collection.
    It is its collection that spreads over various subjects like science and technology, management, computers, literature and competitive exams material that draw job aspirants and students from different parts of the old city and its surrounding areas in hordes.

    “One does not find such a huge collection of English language books in any library of the old city. Moreover, a large part of the books in the collection are on different subjects useful for the students of higher studies,” says Indresh, a regular to the library. This library also has a collection of Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil and Sanskrit Books.

    It has the distinction of aiding scores of job aspirants in the past who, even after gaining jobs in various government services and private companies recall and compliment the place that still attracts job aspirants.

    “The library stocks many books useful for those appearing for the competitive exams hence it turns out to be an accommodative place. Moreover, it is within reach for most of the dwellers of old city ,” says K. Srikanth, an M.Sc. graduate who is preparing for competitive exams.

    The only drawback of this facility is an Internet service. “If that is provided, it would be helpful to the visitors.” feels a regular to the library.
    Source: The Hindu

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    Monday, February 13, 2012

    Hyderabadi Society and Culture From Non-Hyderabadi Eyes

    Note: This post is continuously updated, last updated Feb 10, 2013

    Travelogues and narratives about the Hyderabadi society, culture, and about the daily lives, bring a newer insight to the Hyderabadiz. Here are few books and blog posts on this topic. If you know something that is interesting and relevant on these lines, leave a comment and this post will be updated, accordingly.


  • American who loves the lingo of royals, J. S. Ifthekhar -- Matthew B. Stannard says Urdu is a very cultured and vibrant language, The Hindu July 18, 2012
    This is Hyderabad: bullock carts jostle with cars for space on the congested roads; people hang out of buses or face being crushed inside; yet there is space. There is and there will always be space for everyone and everything. The lack of physical space, and the presence of a more metaphysical space, leads to tension and discomfort, but it is also what makes Hyderabad exciting and colorful. There is space for the old and the new, for the rich and the poor, for Muslims and Hindus, and even for Communist insurgents and Telegana separatists. Even I felt I had a place. source: India: An Ode to Hyderabad, by Linette Lim @ Desicritics.org






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  • Monday, January 2, 2012

    Happy 2012 - Have Fun with Hyderabadi Melody of Pandit Vithal Rao

    Phir Maang - Phir Maang (Hamd) - Pandit Vithal Rao. A Hyderabadi Ghazal and naat singer. Among his notable disciples is Kiran Ahluwalia.
    Phir Maang - Phir Maang (Hamd), is by a Hyderabadi lyrics writer Syed Ahmed Hussain Amjad (1888-1965) [source: Charminar Connection]; Hyderabadi artists: Pandit Viththal Rao & AZIZ WARSI HYDERABAD (info courtesy: SUMAJIGUDA); lyrics translated: here, Charminar Connection www.hindigeetmala.com.







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