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British Sailors in Indian Stinking Jails!

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...can mention something from my own experiences. I started by schooling in a Cambridge-University certification school (I think), wherein initially the teachers and priests were more or less Anglo-Indians of the English variety. (There is the Indian...

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Codes of Reality! What is language?

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VEILED routes to resources in Computers & on the Internet, unVEILED!

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Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler - A Demystification!

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

Quotes from Mein Kampf and annotations on them.

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March of the Evil Empires! : English Versus the Feudal Languages!!

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...A QUOTE from the book about what would happen to the US, when feudal language speakers swarm into this once good quality English nation. This was written around 1990: ...a stage may come, at least, in certain areas, where the inna...

...aucratic culture Hierarchy inside the bureaucracy The avoidable disasters An earthquake The guilds The common courtesies in English A quotation from History Effect of abstinence Political control on Bureaucracy Hierarchy from the other end The report dt. dec 26 2003. Making of laws and rules Megalomania Schizophrenia The international dealings Chapter 10 ...

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Writ Petition against Compulsory Imposition of Malayalam

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A Brief Page on Kerala

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

Excerpt from MARCH of the evil empires: English versus the feudal languages

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An Urgent Appeal for English Racism

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What is Different about Pristine English?

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...a native-English speaker to grasp. Most native-feudal language speakers who are currently enjoying the quaint splendour of England would shy away from admitting the correctness in my writings. For, if they do admit that there is a very powerful content in this, all their outraged contentions on English racism would evaporate into thin air. This writing is part of my ...

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Gandhi and his "Ji" : Grooming Up of a Fake

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Software Codes of Reality, Life and Languages! : How I Worked Out the Idea Starting from Zero

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Annotations on Old Malayalam Film Songs

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...gs? They convey a most elevated feel to the human psyche. In feudal Malayalam, everything has to remain in various social and mental levels. Starting from that of extreme lowliness to the heights of divine attainments. These songs generally lend a very ennobled aura to the human beings. There is the chakravartinis , salabanjigagas, rajashilpis, ajantha shilpams, anthapuram...

...From Chakravarthinee, Ninakku............. In the whispery moonlit moments, gorgeous marble damsels would clothe your steps with pearls; lustful wanton lasses would incline you to be my spiritual mate. In the attic bed, I ...

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Idiocy of the Indian Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act! [Sample pages]

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...Now we move on to discuss the various facets of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act. As mentioned earlier, this discussion cannot follow the tracks of wordings of the Act, which at best is only a display of empty pedantry. Before entering into the exact premises of the discussio...

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Hindi in Australia! Behold the future!! : The Tragedy that Await a Pristine English Social Scene

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The Machinery of Homeopathy : Can Homoeopathy Tackle Ebola?

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...guys who run Wikipedia has written very prominently that Homeopathy is quackery. However, there are persons who do get huge amounts of health benefit from such ‘quackery’. Even now it would be quite wise, and a deed of great responsibility to try out Homeopathy based preventive medicines. In fact, the expense of distributing this might not be expensive at all. Only thick-h...

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Thiyyas Versus the Ezhavas : Online Writings

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...d region, currently called Malappuram district, the southern Thiyyas converted to Muslims, and created a version Mappillas, with possible differences from the Mappillas of north Malabar (Arab blood mix). None of them carry lower caste identification, either anthropologically or by demeanour, other than what the feudal local vernacular enforces. ...

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Obama as What? : A Different Perspective on International Relationship

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...ny years ago in one of the blogs I used to write on. Currently this text has been included in one of the digital book version of my writings, titled: VED’s Online Writings Part 2: Effect of England. Currently I do not know what the huge text matter that I have written is. It seems to suggest a different way to look at International Relationship. For a long time, I did ...

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Commentary on Travancore State Manual, by V. Nagam Aiya

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Commentary on Native Life in Travancore by The Rev. Samuel Mateer, F.L.S

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...This is the foreword written by VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS to the digital version of NATIVE LIFE IN TRAVANCORE by The REV. SAMUEL MATEER, F.L.S published by VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS in 2014...

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Books by Ved from Victoria Institutions : Sample Pages

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...Books by VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS This file contains the sample pages of some of my books. It may be noted that all these books are available for free reading on http://www.victoria.org.in/. However, readers who are interested ...

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An Impressionistic History of the South Asian Subcontinent : Feudal Languages

By: VED from Victoria Institutions

... in the year 1989. Around the year 2000, the completed version of this book was published online. As of now, this book is available for download on VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS’ Website In this book, a contention that languages are either software codes or software applications had been mentioned. After many years, when direct observations on the real codes in languages were...

...s of shortcuts P#80 - 40. A Constitution which is in sync with the native-land culture and traditions P#82 - 41. A story of a people-uprising taken from the history of the subcontinent P#84 - 42. The new ‘higher caste persons’ P#86 - 43. When the nation surrenders and submits to the feudal language codes P#88 - 44. The sterile nonsense in academic textbooks P#90 - 4...

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Alternative General Knowledge : Multiple Choice Questionnaires

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The Shrouded Satanism in Feudal Languages : Tribulations and Intractability of Improving Others

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...f the other language is a feudal-language. For, feudal languages do have carnivorous codes. Inside feudal-language nations, people do keep a distance from lower-positioned persons and groups of persons, who can, if they want, bite them verbally, without the use of any abusive word, profanity or expletive. Simply change the indicant-word level of certain key words. The ter...

...s that allows a person to live with a level of dignity, self-confidence, basic human rights such as: Right to the security of a family life secure from intrusive words of outsiders Right to the security of a family life secure from pejorative indicant words of outsiders Right to dignified behaviour/s from others Right to ease of posture and pose which others ha...

...onial British faced 07. The third quandary 08. A personal briefing 09. Fifth issue 10. The sixth issue 11. Conceptualising looting 12. Insights from my own training programme 13. A colonial British quandary 14. Entering the world of animals 15. Travails of training 16. Notes on education, bureaucracy etc. in India 17. On to Christian religion 18. The master cla...

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March of the Evil Empires : English versus the Feudal Languages

By: VED from Victoria Institutions

...A QUOTE from this book about what is in the offing for the USA as feudal languages enter inside the social system: QUOTE: Yet the continuous and incessant bombardment of alien cultural ideology embedded in feudal languages, could...

...aucratic culture Hierarchy inside the bureaucracy The avoidable disasters An earthquake The guilds The common courtesies in English A quotation from History Effect of abstinence Political control on Bureaucracy Hierarchy from the other end The report dt. dec 26 2003. Making of laws and rules Megalomania Schizophrenia The international dealings Chapter 10 ...

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Prospects for Research Studies in Language Codes

By: VED from Victoria Institutions

...ality’ has opened up for exploring. This is the world of Software. Even though no one seems to mention this exactly, the truth is that it is a domain from where physical sciences can be seen as bare elementary knowledge. Scope of language research I am going to list out the various kinds of research fields possible for those who are connected to language studies. The l...

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Travancore State Manual

By: V Nagam Iyya; VED from Victoria Institutions, Editor

...ntioned or unmentioned), words and attributes can go down. However, there is this issue. The same word can have severely differing meanings when seen from English and from Indian peninsular vernaculars perspectives. In English the sense of ‘an honourable man’ is that of a person who is honest, has rectitude, wouldn’t cheat, would keep his words, would be fair in dealings e...

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Native Life in Travancore along with Commentary by VED from Victoria Institutions

By: Rev. SAMUEL MATEER; VED from Victoria Institutions, Editor

...Commentary The work Designing this old book into a digital book version had its own travails and hard work. I took the text from various online sources. The text needed a lot of corrections, when it was converted into a MS Word file. Moreover, there were lots of pages missing. I think I have been able to get most of the pages...

...th a little rice, or chained to trees like monkeys to their cage-posts. “I once saw,” says Fra Bartolomeo, about A.D. 1780, “five natives suspended from a tree in a forest near Ambalapusha, on account of the supposed crime of killing a cow.” Again he says : “At Quilon, I saw a native of the caste of the Shanars hanging on a gallows for having stolen three cocoanuts in th...

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