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Nanba–Malaysian Musical Album (Teaser)

Recently, Malaysian local Artist released a song teaser by name of nanba. Its get to know, this song is part of sort film Mannipaaya. Its a great artwork by composer  BalanRaj and also lyrics, song by him. It also featured co-singer S.Thogaimalar. Mixing and Arrangement done by Thiagu Murugesu.

Well, its a great effort by this team with some sincere feeling toward a friend. Enjoy listen.

 

Tamil School In Malaysia

List of Tamil Schools in Perlis

? SJK (Tamil) Kangar

List of Tamil Schools in Kedah

? SJK (Tamil) Kulim

? SJK (Tamil) Barathy

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Badenoch

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Binjol

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Sembilan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Katumba

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kuala Ketil

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kim Seng

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Malakoff

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Pelam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Puntar

? SJK (Tamil) Tun Sambanthan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Tukang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Getah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kuala Muda, Bhg Home

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Dingin

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang BMR, Kulim

? SJK (Tamil) Mahajothy

? SJK (Tamil) Batu Pekaka

? SJK (Tamil) Padang Meiha

? SJK (Tamil) Paya Besar

? SJK (Tamil) Victoria

? SJK (Tamil) Harvard 1

? SJK (Tamil) Harvard 2

? SJK (Tamil) Harvard 2

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Raya

? SJK (Tamil) Bedong

? SJK (Tamil) Saraswathy

? SJK (Tamil) Bukit Jenun

? SJK (Tamil) Binjol

? SJK (Tamil) Kupang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Buntar

? SJK (Tamil) Ganesar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jabi

? SJK (Tamil) Thiruvalluvar

? SJK (Tamil) Bedong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Batu

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Bongkok

? SJK (Tamil) Sungai Tok Pawang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tupah

? SJK (Tamil) Kalaimagal

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungkap Para

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Perbadanan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Patani Para

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Scarboro Bahagian 2

? SJK (Tamil) Palanisamy Kumaran

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Lubok Segitah

? SJK (Tamil) Kalaivaani

? SJK (Tamil) Changlun

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Paya Kamuting

? SJK (Tamil) Darul Aman

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Selarong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Henrietta

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Padang Meiha

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Victoria

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Wellesley

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Anak Kulim

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bagan Sena

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Mertajam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Sidim

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Ular

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Dublin Bahagian 5

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Dublin Bahagian 7

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Somme

List of Tamil Schools in Pulau Pinang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jawi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Alma

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Juru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Malakoff

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Mayfield

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Prye

? SJK (Tamil) Rajaji

? SJK (Tamil) Ramakrishna

? SJK (Tamil) Sungai Ara

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Valdor

? SJK (Tamil) Sungai Bakap

? SJK (Tamil) Azad

? SJK (Tamil) Bayan Lepas

? SJK (Tamil) Bukit Mertajam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Byram

? SJK (Tamil) Nibong Tebal

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Changkat

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sempah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Krian

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Transkrian

? SJK (Tamil) Permatang Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Palaniandy

? SJK (Tamil) Mak Mandin

? SJK (Tamil) Perai

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Sungai

? SJK (Tamil) Tasik Permai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Batu Kawan

List of Tamil Schools in Perak

? SJK (Tamil) Kerajaan, Jalan Sungai Pari, Ipoh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Yam Seng, Semanggol

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Changkat Salak, Salak Utara

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Selaba, Teluk Intan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jendarata 1, Teluk Intan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jendarata 2

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jendarata 3

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Getah Taiping

? SJK (Tamil) Pangkor

? SJK (Tamil) Taman Desa Pinji

? SJK (Tamil) Kampung Tun Sambanthan, Ayer Tawar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Ayer Tawar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Cluny

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Banopdane

? SJK (Tamil) Kampung Baru Matang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sogomana

? SJK (Tamil) Kampong Colombia, Ayer Tawar

? SJK (Tamil) Flemington

? SJK (Tamil) Bandar Behrang

? SJK (Tamil) Batak Rabit

? SJK (Tamil) Jebong Lama

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kota Bahroe

? SJK (Tamil) Methodist Malim Nawar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gapis

? SJK (Tamil) Nova Scotia 2

? SJK (Tamil) Ayer Tawar

? SJK (Tamil) Tapah

? SJK (Tamil) Khir Johari

? SJK (Tamil) Tun Sambanthan

? SJK (Tamil) Bharathy

? SJK (Tamil) Sungkai

? SJK (Tamil) Slim River

? SJK (Tamil) Slim Village

? SJK (Tamil) Tan Sri Dato’ Manickavasagam

? SJK (Tamil) Tong Wah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bidor Tahan

? SJK (Tamil) Bikam

? SJK (Tamil) Sungai Kruit

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sunkai

? SJK (Tamil) Trolak

? SJK (Tamil) Kelapa Bali

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Behrang River

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Katoyang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Cashwood

? SJK (Tamil) Maha Ganesa Viddyasalai

? SJK (Tamil) Chettiars

? SJK (Tamil) Pengkalan Baru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Huntly

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Walbrook

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Wangi 2

? SJK (Tamil) Mukim Pundut

? SJK (Tamil) Kampung Kayan

? SJK (Tamil) Beruas

? SJK (Tamil) Tanjong Rambutan

? SJK (Tamil) St. Philomena Convent

? SJK (Tamil) Perak Sangeetha Sabah

? SJK (Tamil) Kampung Simee

? SJK (Tamil) Gunong Rapat

? SJK (Tamil) Menglembu

? SJK (Tamil) Cangkat

? SJK (Tamil) Tronoh

? SJK (Tamil) Gopeng

? SJK (Tamil) Methodist, Buntong Ipoh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Chemor

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Changkat Kiding

? SJK (Tamil) Klebang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Strathisla

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kinta Vally

? SJK (Tamil) Mambang Diawan

? SJK (Tamil) Kampar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kampar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Selinsing

? SJK (Tamil) Kuala Kurau

? SJK (Tamil) Simpang Lima

? SJK (Tamil) Bagan Serai

? SJK (Tamil) Saint Mary’s

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Bogak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gula

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Chersonese

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jin Seng

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Soon Lee

? SJK (Tamil) Arumugam Pillai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kelumpong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gedong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Biong

? SJK (Tamil) Mahathma Gandi Kalasalai

? SJK (Tamil) Gandhi Memorial

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kati

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gapis

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Perak River Valley

? SJK (Tamil) Enggor

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Elphil

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Reyla

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Dovenby

? SJK (Tamil) Thiruvalluvar

? SJK (Tamil) Sithambaram Pillay

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sussex

? SJK (Tamil) Netesa Pillay

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Timah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sabrang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Nova Scotia 1

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Rubana 1

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Teluk Buloh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jendarata Bahagian Alpha Bernam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Flemington

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Teluk Bharu

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kuala Bernam

? SJK (Tamil) Bagan Datoh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Strathmashie

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang New Coconut

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Ulu Bernam 2

? SJK (Tamil) ladang Sungai Samak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kamatchy

? SJK (Tamil) Kamunting

? SJK (Tamil) YMHA

? SJK (Tamil) St Teresa’s Convent

? SJK (Tamil) Ulu Sepetang

? SJK (Tamil) Selama

? SJK (Tamil) Pondok Tanjung

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Holyrood

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Malaya

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sin Wah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Lauderdale

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Matang

? SJK (Tamil) Kampong Baru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Allagar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Temerloh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Stoughton

? SJK (Tamil) Pengkalan Hulu

? SJK (Tamil) Gerik

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kota Lima

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Glenealy

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Serapoh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Buloh Akar

List of Tamil Schools in Kelantan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Pasir Gajah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kerilla(1930 – 1976) / SK Ladang Kerilla (1976- )Kelantan

List of Tamil Schools in Pahang

? SJK (Tamil) Mentakab

? SJK (Tamil) Bandar Indera Mahkota

? SJK (Tamil) Bukit Fraser

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Mentakab

? SJK (Tamil) Sri Telemong

? SJK (Tamil) Lurah Bilut

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Renjok

? SJK (Tamil) Karak

? SJK (Tamil) Bentong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Lanchang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Semantan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Yeow Cheng Luan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jeram

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Telemong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kuala Reman

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Karmen

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Edensor

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sg. Palas

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gali

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bee Yong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kawang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tekal

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Menteri

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kemayan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Boh 1

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Boh 2

? SJK (Tamil) Shum Yip Leong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Cheroh

? SJK (Tamil) Ringlet

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Selborne

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Benta

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Budu

? SJK (Tamil) Kuala Lipis

? SJK (Tamil) Tanah Rata

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Blue Valley

? SJK (Tamil) Shum Yip Leong

? SJK (Tamil) Kuala Terla

? SJK (Tamil) Jerantut

? SJK (Tamil) Raub

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Cheroh

? SJK (Tamil) Sungai Penjuring

? SJK (Tamil) Jerik

List of Tamil Schools in Selangor

? SJK (Tamil) Rawang

? SJK (Tamil) Bestari jaya

? SJK (Tamil) Methodist, Klang

? SJK (Tamil) West Country Barat

? SJK (Tamil) Jugra

? SJK (Tamil) Batu Arang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Escort, Hulu Selangor

? SJK (Tamil) Pulau Carey Selatan

? SJK (Tamil) Pulau Carey Barat

? SJK (Tamil) Kuala Selangor

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Batu Ampat

? SJK (Tamil) Batu Caves

? SJK (Tamil) Vivekananda

? SJK (Tamil) Vallambrosa

? SJK (Tamil) Hicom

? SJK (Tamil) Effingham

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Emerald, Klang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Choh, Rawang

? SJK (Tamil) Vageesar,Kuala Selangor

? SJK (Tamil) Serdang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang North Hummock

? SJK (Tamil) Simpang Lima

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Meru

? SJK (Tamil) Persiaran Raja Muda Musa

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Tepi Sungai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jalan Acob

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Highlands Persiaran Batu Nilam 2

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Rajah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Brafferton

? SJK (Tamil) Kuala Kubu Bharu

List of Tamil Schools in Kuala Lumpur

? SJK (Tamil) Appar, Jalan Raja Laut

? SJK (Tamil) St Joseph, Sentul

? SJK (Tamil) Thambosamy Pillai, Sentul

? SJK (Tamil) Saraswathy, Old Klang Road

? SJK (Tamil) Sentul, Jalan Sentul

? SJK (Tamil) Kampung Pandan, Jalan Thaver

? SJK (Tamil) Cheras, Jalan Cheras

? SJK (Tamil) San Peng

? SJK (Tamil) Segambut

? SJK (Tamil) Bukit Jalil

? SJK (Tamil) Bangsar

? SJK (Tamil) Vivekanantha

? SJK (Tamil) Fletcher

? SJK (Tamil) Edinburgh

? SJK (Tamil)Sungai Besi

SJK (Tamil) Sungai Renggam
List of Tamil Schools in Negeri Sembilan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Batu Hampar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Repah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kelpin

? SJK (Tamil) ladang st. Helier

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Geddes

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jeram

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sialang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sagga

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jindram (Desa Cempaka)

? SJK (Tamil) Bandar Spring Hill

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Pertang

? SJK (Tamil) Kuala Pilah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Juasseh

? SJK (Tamil) Port Dickson

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang St Leonard

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sendayan

? SJK (Tamil) Kem Askar Melayu

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sengkang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sua Betong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tanah Merah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Atherton

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bradwall

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Salak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Siliau

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Linsum

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tampin Linggi

? SJK (Tamil) Mukundan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Chembong

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Bertam

? SJK (Tamil) Convent Seremban

? SJK (Tamil) Lorong Java

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Lobak

? SJK (Tamil) Nilai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Batang Benar

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kirby

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kubang

? SJK (Tamil) Desa Cempaka

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Cairo

? SJK (Tamil) Labu Bahagian 1

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Labu Bahagian 4

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Senawang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Seremban

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Perhentian Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kombok

? SJK (Tamil) Rantau

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Shanghai Seremban

? SJK (Tamil) Tun Sambanthan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Lenggeng

? SJK (Tamil) Tampin

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Regent

? SJK (Tamil) Air Kuning Selatan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Kledek

? SJK (Tamil) Gemas

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Kelamah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Baru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bahau

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Air Hitam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Sebaling

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Senama

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tanah Panjis

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Middleton

List of Tamil Schools in Melaka

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gadek

? SJK (Tamil) Pulau Sebang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tebong

? SJK (Tamil) Rumbia

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Baru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Asahan

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Kajang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Air Hitam, Bahau

? SJK (Tamil) Alor Gajah

? SJK (Tamil) Durian Tunggal

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gadek

? SJK (Tamil) Kemuning

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kemuning KRU Division

? SJK (Tamil) Pekan Tebong

? SJK (Tamil) Batang Melaka

? SJK (Tamil) Jasin

? SJK (Tamil) Merlimau

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Jasin Lalang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Serkam

? SJK (Tamil) Paya Rumput

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Diamond Jubilee

? SJK (Tamil) Bukit Lintang

? SJK (Tamil) Melaka Kubu

List of Tamil Schools in Johor

? SJK (Tamil) Bandar Segamat, Segamat

? SJK (Tamil) Batu Anam, Batu Anam

? SJK (Tamil) Bekok, Bekok

? SJK (Tamil) Cantuman Chaah, Chaah

? SJK (Tamil) Cep. Niyor, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Desa Cemerlang, Ulu Tiram

? SJK (Tamil) Gelang Patah, Gelang Patah

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Bukit Rengam, Renggam

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Haji Manan, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Khalidi, Muar

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Parit Ibrahim, Pontian

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Setesyen Paloh, Paloh

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Sialang, Tangkak

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Tajul, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Jalan Yahya Awal, Johor Bahru

? SJK (Tamil) Kahang Batu 24, Kahang

? SJK (Tamil) Kangkar Pulai, Johor Bahru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Ban Heng, Pagoh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bekoh, Tangkak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Benut, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Bukit Serampang, Tangkak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Elaeis, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Fortrose, Gemas

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Gomali, Batu Anam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Hock Lam, Gelang Patah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kelan, Kulai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kulai Besar, Kulai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Kulai Oil Palm, Kulai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Labis, Labis

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Lambak, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Lanadron, Panchor

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Layang, Layang-Layang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Mados, Ulu Tiram

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Mengkibol

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Mount Austin, Johor Bahru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Nagappa, Jementah

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Nam Heng, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Niyor, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Nordanal, Panchor

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Pamol, Kluang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Pasak, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Pelepah, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Rem, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Rini, Skudai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sagil, Tangkak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sedenak, Kulai

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Segamat, Segamat

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sembrong, Layang-Layang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Simpang Rengam, Renggam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Southern Malay, Renggam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Muar, Segamat

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Papan, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Plentong, Johor Bahru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Sungai Senarut, Batu Anam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tanah Merah, Tangkak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tangkah, Tangkak

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tebrau, Johor Bahru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Teluk Sengat, Kota Tinggi

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Temiang Renchong, Pagoh

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tong Hing, Pasir Gudang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Tun Dr. Ismail, Renggam

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Ulu Remis, Layang-Layang

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Ulu Tiram, Johor Bahru

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Voules, Segamat

? SJK (Tamil) Ladang Yong Peng, Yong Peng

? SJK (Tamil) Masai, Masai

? SJK (Tamil) Mersing, Mersing

? SJK (Tamil) Pasir Gudang, Pasir Gudang

? SJK (Tamil) Permas Jaya, Masai

? SJK (Tamil) Seri Pelangi, Batu Pahat

? SJK (Tamil) Sri Gading, Batu Pahat

? SJK (Tamil) Taman Tun Aminah, Skudai

Year 90’s school life…. flashback n sweet memory

1990’s school life… the lovely moments

It was so interesting moment of my life. My primary school life. This video explains and recall those lovely moments. its my generation. my time of school life at penang, malaysia. Its wonderful. its lovely. no words to describe this amazing period of my life. Its a flashback.

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Reason Why Never Visit A 5* Hotel

Question : “What would you like to
have ..Fruit juice, Soda, Tea,
Chocolate, Milo, or Coffee?”

Answer: “tea please”

Question : ” Ceylon tea, Herbal tea,
Bush tea, Honey bush tea, Ice tea or
green tea ?”

Answer : “Ceylon tea ”

Question : “How would you like it ?
black or white ?”

Answer: “white”

Question: “Milk, Whitener, or
Condensed milk ?”

Answer: “With milk ”

Question: “Goat milk, Camel milk or
cow milk”

Answer: “With cow milk please.

Question: ” Milk from Freeze land cow
or Afrikaner cow?”

Answer: ” Um, I’ll take it black. ”

Question: ” Would you like it with
sweetener, sugar or honey?”

Answer: “With sugar”

Question: ” Beet sugar or cane sugar ?”

Answer: “Cane sugar ”

Question:” White , brown or yellow
sugar ?”

Answer: “Forget about tea just give me
a glass of water instead.”

Question: “Mineral water or still
water ? ”

Answer: “Mineral water”

Question: “Flavored or non-flavored ?”

Answer: “I’ll rather die of thirst

An Angel Wrote – Friendship

Many people will walk in and out of your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart.

To handle yourself, use your head.

To handle others, use your heart.

God Gives every bird it’s food, but He does not throw it into its nest.

A Box of gold

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With a secret inside

that has never been told

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This box is priceless

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truly inspiring

This is truly inspiring.

Breakfast at McDonald’s

This is a good story and is true, please read it all the way through until the
end! (After the story, there are some very interesting facts!):

I am a mother of three (ages 14, 12, 3) and have recently completed my college
degree.

The last class I had to take was Sociology.

The teacher was absolutely inspiring with the qualities that I wish every
human being had been graced with.

Her last project of the term was called, ‘Smile.’

The class was asked to go out and smile at three people and document their
reactions.

I am a very friendly person and always smile at everyone and say hello anyway.
So, I thought this would be a piece of cake, literally.

Soon after we were assigned the project, my husband, youngest son, and I went
out to McDonald’s one crisp March morning.

It was just our way of sharing special playtime with our son.

We were standing in line, waiting to be served, when all of a sudden everyone
around us began to back away, and then even my husband did.

I did not move an inch… an overwhelming feeling of panic welled up inside of
me as I turned to see why they had moved.

As I turned around I smelled a horrible ‘dirty body’ smell, and there standing
behind me were two poor homeless men.

As I looked down at the short gentleman, close to me, he was ‘smiling.’

His beautiful sky blue eyes were full of God’s Light as he searched for
acceptance.

He said, ‘Good day’ as he counted the few coins he had been clutching.

The second man fumbled with his hands as he stood behind his friend. I
realized the second man was mentally challenged and the blue-eyed gentleman
was his salvation.

I held my tears as I stood there with them.

The young lady at the counter asked him what they wanted.

He said, ‘Coffee is all Miss’ because that was all they could afford. (If they
wanted to sit in the restaurant and warm up, they had to buy something. He
just wanted to be warm).

Then I really felt it – the compulsion was so great I almost reached out and
embraced the little man with the blue eyes. That is when I noticed all eyes in
the restaurant were set on me, judging my every action.

I smiled and Read the rest of this entry »

Positive thinking

Having a bit of positive thinking can
help you realise the things that you
never thought possible.

Step 1: Take passionate action towards
living your life by design. Talk is
cheap. Action = success of a
passionately authentic future.
Successful People turn their dreams
into reality by Taking Action

Step 2: Commit to yourself to create
successful life you can be proud of
Instead of reacting, commit to
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Touching Story

One day, a poor boy who was selling goods from door to door to pay,
for his hungry stomach, decided he would ask for a meal at the next
house.

On the way through school, he found he had only one thin dime left
and he was very hungry.

However, he lost his nerve when a lovely young woman opened the
door.Instead of a meal he asked for a drink of water.

The woman thought he looked hungry, so brought him a large glass of
milk.

He drank it slowly, and then asked, ‘How much do I owe you?’ ‘You
don’t owe me anything,’ she replied. ‘Mother has taught us,never to
accept pay for a kindness.’

He said…’Then I thank you from my heart.’

Year’s later that young woman became critically ill.
The local doctors were baffled.They finally sent her to the big
city,where they called in specialists to study her rare disease.

Dr. Howard Kelly was called in for the consultation.
When he heard the name of the town she came from, a strange light
filled his eyes.

Immediately he rose and went down the hall of the hospital to her
room.Dressed in his doctor’s gown he went in to see her.He
recognized her at once.

He went back to the consultation room determined to do his best to
save her life,from that day he gave special attention to the case.

After a long struggle, the battle was won. Dr. Kelly requested the
business office to pass the final bill to him for approval.

He looked at it, then wrote something on the edge and the bill was
sent to her room.

The woman feared opening it, for she was sure it would take the
rest of her life to pay for it all.

Finally she looked, and something caught her attention on the side
of the bill. She read these words…
‘Paid in full with one glass of milk.’ Signed, Dr.Howard Kelly.

Tears of joy flooded her eyes as her happy heart prayed: Thank You,
God,that Your love has spread abroad through human hearts and
hands.’

4 DON'TS when you are sleeping

1 DON’T SLEEP WITH WATCH

Watches can emit a certain level of
radioactivity.

Though small, but if you wear your
watch to bed

for a long time, it might have adverse
effects on your health.

< br>2 DON’T SLEEP WITH BRA

Scientist s in America have discovered
those that

wear bras for more than 12 hours have

a higher risk of getting breast
cancer.

So go to bed without it.

3 DON’T SLEEP WITH PHONE

Putting the phone beside your bed or
anywhere
near you is not encouraged.

T hough some of us will use phones as
alarm clocks,

but please put the phone as far as
possible.
< br>Scientists have proved that electrical
items including

mob ile phone and television sets emit
magnetic waves when used.

These waves can cause disruptions to
our nervous system.

There fore if you need to put your
mobile phone near you,

switch it off first.

4 DON’T SLEEP WITH MAKE UP

People who sleep with make up might
have

skin problems in the long run.

Sleeping with make up will cause the
skin to have

difficul ty in breathing and problem in
perspiring.

You will also need a much longer time
to go into deep sleep.

Nice message

Laugh about your mistakes,

But , learn from them.

Joke over your troubles,

But , gather strength from them.

Have fun with your difficulties,

But, overcome them.

That’s the way to live LIFE.

15 Impact of Attitude on our LIFE, DUTY and much more

The longer I live, the more I realize
the impact of attitude on LIFE.

Attitude to me, is more important than
facts.

It is more important than the past,
than education, than MONEY, than
circumstance , than failure, than
successes, than what other people
think or say or do.

It is more important than appearance,
gifte dness or skill.

It will make or break a company….. a
temple…..a home.

The remarkable thing is we have a
choice every day regarding the
attitude we will embrace for that day.

We cannot change our past…..

we cannot change the fact that people
will act in a certain way.

We cannot change the inevitable.

The only thing we can do is play on
the one string we have, and that is
our attitude…..

I am convinced that life is 10% what
happens to me and 90% how I react to
it.

And so it is with you…..we are in
charge of our Attitudes.

why we celebrate diwali?

Diwali or Deepavali is amongst the
most celebrated Indian festivals. The
word Deepavali originates from two
Sanskrit words ‘Deepa’ which
means ‘light’ and ‘Avali’ which
means ‘a row’. This is why Deepavali
is called ‘the festival of lights’.

It is celebrated on the 15th day of
the Hindu month of Kartik which is a
new moon day (Amavasya). Deepavali is
celebrated by lighting diyas (earthen
lamps), drawing rangolis
(multico loured designs drawn on the
ground with coloured rice flour),
cleaning and decoration of homes,
wearing new clothes, preparation of
sweets in homes, lighting of
fireworks, veneration of cows as
incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi
(Goddess of wealth) and Lakshmi Puja.

There are two main mythological
stor ies that signify the importance of
Deepavali. The first story is that
Deepavali denotes the return of Lord
Rama’s return from exile after his
victorious conquest of the evil king
Ravana. This story has greater
significa nce in Northern India. In
Southern India, Deepavali marks the
victory of Lord Krishna over the
mighty asura (demon) Narakasura.
Narak asura had become a menace to the
gods in heaven and had snatched the
magnificent earrings of Aditi (the
Mother Goddess) and imprisoned sixteen
thousand daughters of the gods in his
harem. In desperation, the gods led by
Indra requested Lord Krishna to
destroy the demon as he was wreaking
havoc. Krishna readily agreed, fought
a fierce battle and emerged
victoriou s. It was after this that He
accepted the sixteen thousand damsels
as his wives at their request.

The meaning behind these mythological
stor ies is that the villain of the
piece represents the desire-ridden
ego . In our lives, it is our egos and
desires that create problems for us.
In the story of Lord Krishna above,
the sixteen thousand damsels represent
our numerous desires. When they are
controlled by our egos, they cause
destruction and rob us of our joy.
However, when we work selflessly,
dedic ating our actions to a higher
goal, the desires remain in check, and
most importantly, get sublimated. Each
one of us has positive and negative
tendenci es. When we identify with the
good in us, work towards something
beyond our selfish interests the
lower, negative tendencies fade away.
Our desires get sublimated and through
constant sadhana (spiritual practice)
we overcome our ego and desires. The
darkness of ego and desire are
banished, replaced by the light of
wisdom. Knowledge that we are not
incomplete and limited as we think
ourselves to be. But that we are that
Divine Self that is free and
independent of all the world has to
offer.

The scented bath by pouring gingerly
oil from your head until your legs and
washing your hair with “shikakai”
powder before the break of dawn and
the cleaning of homes during Deepavali
signify the cleansing of the
personality of desires and ego. The
new clothes represent our newly
acquired state of Realisation or at a
more basic level our new spiritual
orienta tion and commitment to self-
development . This change brings
sweetness in our lives which is why
sweets are made and distributed in the
community. It represents the fact that
once we turn spiritual and begin
looking within, we experience a quiet
sense of peace that we cannot
experience while chasing objects of
the world.

Thus Deepavali or Diwali has a
tremendous spiritual significance in
our lives. And like all our festivals,
they are reminders for us to retain
and cultivate that spiritual element
in our lives. Because life is more
than just a journey, it is a search
for meaning.

jokes – new businessman

A young businessman had just started
his
ow n business. He’d rented a beautiful
office and had it brilliantly
decorated.
Sitting there, he saw a man come into
the outer office.

Wishing to appear busy, the young
businessman picked up the phone and
started to pretend he was working a big
deal. He was shouting huge figures and
made giant commitments.

Finally, he hung up and asked the
visitor, “Can I help you?” The man
said,
“Sure. I’m here to install the phone!”

Bride Thoughts

– Sharing Thoughts
For Would be Brides –

[Don’t know how many will take
it in the right sense. But still]

– Rule No. 01 –

Don’t expect
too much from him.
Less the expectations
lesser the disappointments.

– Rule No. 02 –

Don’t ever dare to plan
any outing or movie on a day
when there is an
interesting cricket match going on.
REMEMBER SPORTS is more
important to him than anything else.
U spoil his
day n He spoils urs .

– Rule No. 03 –

Over Emotions,
Sentiments… Woha… What are these?
Tears are not going
to give any results either.
It’s just a temp.
attention tht u get.
No one likes Cry
Babies m Whining Wifes.

– Rule No. 04 –

Never dare to cross with his
mother.Even if he says “My Mom’s
cooking
is the best.
U are nothing in front of
her.” take it easily with a smile.
Tell him tht u are learning
from his mother and will try to do it
better.U are not
gonna lose anything.

– Rule No. 05 –

Try to know his friends and
understand that they are also part of
his
world.
Allow him to spend few weekends
or occasional night out parties with
his
friends.
But at the same time make
sure that u get u r due importance!
It must not be tht he roams
arnd with his friends forgetting that
you exist at home.

– Rule No. 06 –

Don’t start fighting for
silly things.Forgetting bthdays n
Anniversaries is
not a big mistake.
Men are not blessed with 2 GB
RAM for storing everything in main
memory. If you are very particular
about present gifts n parties on u r
birthdays n
anniversaries.
make sure u remind them
well in advance by some means
(I know it sounds stupid. But if
u are so particular, Do it for u r
own
good)

– Rule No. 07 –

Take him for your
shopping only if he’s interested.
If you are going for Window
Shopping or for saree purchase,Better
go
with your
friends/go alone.
He is better at
office/home watching cricket.

– Rule No. 08 –

Give him
importance always.
Show due care and affection.That’s
the only way to win a guy’s mind.

Bride Groom Thoughts

– Sharing A Few Thoughts For Would Be
Grooms –

– Rule No. 01 –

Never compare your
mamma’s cooking with your wife’s.
There is no faster way to
dig your own grave than that.

Please understand
that your mom’s cooking has
the backing of 20
odd years of experience…
don’t expect that
from your wife whose
hardly
into the process.
What if she were to
compare your earning capacity
with her
dad’s.. So shshshhhhh..!

– Rule No. 02 –

Never go out of your
way to please the lady with
flowers, chocolates and
gifts during your engagement period.
If ever you do , please
follow it up post-wedding too.

When you could
cover 20kms in 15 minutes
when you are engaged just
to spend some time with her,
how dare you forget her
birthday post – marriage,
even after you are given
the broadest of hints by her.

Remember
expectations always double…
ever heard of
them being halved?

– Rule No. 03 –

Do compliment her every now
and then, verbally or with gifts!
What are those lovely
Teddies and Archies gift cards for?

Don’t sit there
like the Lord Of The Rings
expecting to
be waited upon!
Of course she will do
it but everyone likes to be
appreciated
and pampered.

– Rule No. 04 –

This is very important.
Sulking or complaining about marriage
being a big
mistake is a strict NO -NO.
You got into it with your eyes
wide open, brimming with enthusiasm.
No one ever
pushed you into it.
So why
this drama now.

– Rule No. 05 –

Be Brave and
take your own decisions
and
stand up by them.

Consult your parents
for advice but realise
that you are grown up
enough to lead your life.

Respect your
partner’s views at all times!
Remember she has given up a
lot more to make a life with you!!

DON'T TAKE PANADOL if you have gastric

DON’T TAKE PANADOL AND PANADOL ACTI
FAST AND PANADOL SOLUBLE

—– especially if you have
gastric
problems

FYI… One real story from a
friend….

My husband was working in a
hospital as an IT engineer, as the

hospital is planning to set up a
database of its patient. And he
knows
some of the doctors quite
well.

The doctors used to tell him that
whenever they have a headache,
they are not willing to take PANADOL
(PARACETMOL) . In fact,they will
turn to Chinese Herbal Medicine or
find other alternatives.

This is because Panadol is toxic
to the body, and it harms the
liver.
According to the doctor, Panadol
will reside in the body for at
least 5 years. And according to the
doctor, there used to be an incident
where an air stewardess consumes a lot
of panadol during her
menstrual as she needs to stand all
the time. She’s now in her early 30’s,
and she needs to wash her kidney
(DIALYSIS) every month.

As said by the doctor that whenever
we have a headache,that’s
because it is due to the electron/Ion
imbalance in the brain. As an
alternative solution to cope with this
matter, they suggested that
we buy 1 or 2 cans of isotonic drink (
eg.100PLUS), and mix it with drinking
water according to a ratio of 1:1 or
1:2 (simply, it mean one cup 100plus,
one cup water.or 2 cups
water).

Me and my husband have tried this
on several occasions, and it
seems to work
well.

Another method will be to submerge
your feet in a basin of warm
water so that it bring the blood
pressure down from your throbbing
head.

As Panadol is a pain killer, the
more Panadol you take, the lesser

would be your threshold for pain
(your endurance level for pain).

We all will fall ill as we aged,
for woman, we would need to go

through childbirth. Imagine that
we had spent our entire life
popping
quite a substantial amount of
Panadol (Pain Killer) when you need
to
have a surgery or operation, you
will need a much more amount of

general anesthetic to numb your
surgical pain than the average
person
who seldom or rarely takes
Panadol .

If you have a very high intake of
Panadol throughout your life

(Migraine, Menstrual cramps) it is
very likely that normal general

anesthetic will have no effects on
you as your body is pumped full

with panadol and your body is so
used to pain killer that you would

need a much stronger pain killer,
Morphine??

Value your life, THINK b4 you
easily pop that familiar pill into
your mouth again.

NiCe JoKe…

One day, siew pau and maggi mee had a
big fight.
Maggi mee beat siew pau up
until it had bruises on its pau body.
Siew Pau lost the fight and went
back to tell
all the paus family
kaya pau, tau SA pau, curry pau, and
etc.
So together?.. all paus went to find
maggi mee
for revenge.
On the way… they met Spaghetti?…
so all pau
ran to Spaghetti and BEAT
the hell up on Spaghetti that
Spaghetti can’t say a
word,Spaghetti then
scream…
“WHAT DID I DO? I don’t even know you
all”???.
Then the siew pau say??..
“HEH! MAGGI MEE! Don’t think I can’t
recognize
you after you do
REBONDING!”

KNOW ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF HAVING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

Fruit and Benefits:
apples – Protects your heart prevents
constipation ,Blocks
diarrhea ,Improves lung capacity,
Cushions joints

apricots -Combats cancer, Controls
blood pressure, Saves your eyesight,
Shields against Alzheimer’s ,Slows
aging process

artichokes -Aids digestion, Lowers
cholesterol, Protects your
heart ,Stabilizes blood sugar, Guards
against liver disease

avocados- Battles diabetes ,Lowers
cholesterol ,Helps stops strokes,
Controls blood pressure ,Smoothes
skin

bananas -Protects your heart ,Quiets a
cough ,Strengthens bones, Controls
blood pressure ,Blocks diarrhea

beans – Prevents constipation, Helps
hemorrhoids, Lowers
cholesterol ,Combats
cancer ,Stabilizes blood sugar

beets -Controls blood pressure,
Combats cancer ,Strengthens
bones ,Protects your heart ,Aids
weight loss

blueberries -Combats cancer ,Protects
your heart ,Stabilizes blood sugar,
Boosts memory, Prevents constipation

broccoli – Strengthens bones, Saves
eyesight ,Combats cancer ,Protects
your heart ,Controls blood pressure

cabbage- Combats cancer ,Prevents
constipation, Promotes weight
loss ,Protects your heart, Helps
hemorrhoids

cantaloupe- Saves eyesight, Controls
blood pressure ,Lowers cholesterol,
Combats cancer Supports immune system

carrots – Saves eyesight ,Protects
your heart, Prevents constipation
Combats cancer, Promotes weight loss

Annie Wan call to Sam Wan – Jokes

Caller : Hello, can I speak to
Annie Wan (anyone)?

Operator : Yes, you can speak to
me.

Caller : No, I want to speak to
Annie Wan (anyone)!

Operator : You are talking to
someone! Who is this?

Caller : I’m Sam Wan (Someone).
And I need to talk to Annie Wan
(anyone)! It’s urgent.

Operator : I know you are someone
and you want to talk to anyone! But
what’s this urgent matter about?

Caller : Well… just tell my
sister Annie Wan (anyone) that our
brother Noel Wan (no one)has involved
in an accident. Noel Wan (no one)got
injured and now Noel Wan (no one) is
being sent to the hospital. Right now,
Avery Wan (everyone) is on his way to
the hospital.

Operator : Look if no one was
injured and no one was sent to the
hospital, then the accident isn’t an
urgent matter! You may find this
hilarious but I don’t have time for
this!

Caller : You are so rude! Who are
you?

Operator : I’m Saw Lee (Sorry).

Caller : Yes! You should be
sorry. Now give me your name!!