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According to Hindu tradition, the Manusmriti records the words of Brahma. By attributing the words to supernatural forces, the text takes on an authoritative tone as a statement on Dharma, in opposition to previous texts in the field, which were more scholarly.
Manu Smriti is one of the most heavily criticized of the scriptures of Hinduism, having been attacked by colonial scholars, modern liberals, Hindu reformists, Dalit advocates, feminists, Marxists and certain groups of traditional Hindus, namely Smartas.
However, not all Hindus agree with the criticisms of the text, or the assertion that the Manu Smriti is not authoritative. Some prominent Hindu figures, such as Swami Dayananda Saraswati and A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami, hold the text to be authentic and authoritative. Other admirers of the text have included Annie Besant, P.D. Ouspensky, Pandurang Shastri Athavale and Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Friedrich Nietzsche is noted to have said "Close the Bible and open the Manu Smriti. “It has an affirmation of life, a triumphing agreeable sensation in life and that to draw up a lawbook such as Manu means to permit oneself to get the upper hand, to become perfection, to be ambitious of the highest art of living.
Some dalit leaders disagree vehemently.
A Pomo chick who indulges in self pity.
A tribute to the legendary Srimati Mahjabeen Bano (Stage name: Meera Kumari) who was a beautiful actress who across her career potrayed the tragic heroine, who longed and suffered in her appearances in various bollywood filums. Her characters were known to be self-suffering and unaware of her own powers.
Krishnan: I am staying at mansion
Thambi: Oh ho
Manish Malhotra is the country's most successful designer.
He is usually the Finale Designer at most fashion weeks in India.
His muses include celebrities such as Kareena Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan and the late Michael Jackson.
He is considered responsible of introducing a semblance of fashion to Bollywood.
"I love Manish's designs; they are trendsetting and enhance my style It's very contemporary and something I could wear for a meeting, a party, a romantic date — its versatility increases its appeal"
Conversation between Delhi Fashionsta and JNU Types
Fashionsta : I'm not really into designer wear , you see. But I love Manish's clothes. I loved his collection at the Couture Week. All his designs have a royalish look to them
Bemused JNU type : As long as they are not imported, all cool with me.
2. An expression referring to a person of dim wit. munku=dim, nan magaa= my son.
Word may have Persian/Arabic roots?
- Every monsoon, people of Mumbai learn to swim