[phpwiki] carnatic.com > Karmasaya : Full Text Search Results : australia

Searching for "australia" .....

RecentChanges
* [australia] (new) ..... 182.19.184.96
Jayalakshmi Sekhar
Australia: Jayalakshmi performed with Bharatnatyam Dance Exponent Dr. Chandrabhanu in Melbourne during the years 1989 - 1994, either on the veena, violin, flute or singing.
Travel
[Australia]
America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East, Australia
Gurudeva
Europe, India, Malaysia, Australia, Fiji and New Zealand. In the Hindu
Denmark, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and elsewhere.
England, Australia and dozens of other countries. He founded the first
Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Singapore, and many more countries. Indeed, there
JeffDeLuca
Jeff is based in Melbourne, Australia, runs Nebulon Pty Ltd, married to Michelle and has two children Matthew and Catherine.
SAP
* 2004 May 12 : [Sapphire Asia Pacific 2004|http://www.sap.com/australia/sapphire04/] at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Brisbane, Australia, June 1- 4, 2004
Three visions for India
than the garbage pail on the beaches in Australia and New Zealand. Why
We Live By choice, Not by Chance.
management seminars in the United States, Europe, Australia and India. Swami
Dunkeld
[Travel] > [Australia] > Dunkeld
Stupa
http://www.stupa.org.au : The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion is being built at the Atisha Buddhist Centre, in Bendigo City, Australia.
Takao Furuno
Book : The Power of Duck: Integrated Rice and Duck Farming, by Takao Furuno, was published in 2001 by Tagari Publications of the Permaculture Institute, Tasmania, Australia.
Melbourne
[Travel] > [Australia] > Melbourne
19990320
http://www.penguins.org.au/ - Penguin Parade - Phillip Island Nature Park, Australia - Penguin Island Penguin Reserve
australia
[People] > australia
LifeWithoutPrinciple
After reading Howitt's account of the Australian gold-diggings one evening, I had in my mind's eye, all night, the numerous valleys, with their streams, all cut up with foul pits, from ten to one hundred feet deep, and half a dozen feet across, as close as they can be dug, and partly filled with water- the locality to which men furiously rush to probe for their fortunes- uncertain where they shall break ground- not knowing but the gold is under their camp itself- sometimes digging one hundred and sixty feet before they strike the vein, or then missing it by a foot- turned into demons, and regardless of each others' rights, in their thirst for riches- whole valleys, for thirty miles, suddenly honeycombed by the pits of the miners, so that even hundreds are drowned in them- standing in water, and covered with mud and clay, they work night and day, dying of exposure and disease. Having read this, and partly forgotten it, I was thinking, accidentally, of my own unsatisfactory life, doing as others do; and with that vision of the diggings still before me, I asked myself why I might not be washing some gold daily, though it were only the finest particles- why I might not sink a shaft down to the gold within me, and work that mine. There is a Ballarat, a Bendigo for you- what though it were a sulky-gully? At any rate, I might pursue some path, however solitary and narrow and crooked, in which I could walk with love and reverence. Wherever a man separates from the multitude, and goes his own way in this mood, there indeed is a fork in the road, though ordinary travellers may see only a gap in the paling. His solitary path across lots will turn out the higher way of the two.
Men rush to California and Australia as if the true gold were to be found in that direction; but that is to go to the very opposite extreme to where it lies. They go prospecting farther and farther away from the true lead, and are most unfortunate when they think themselves most successful. Is not our native soil auriferous? Does not a stream from the golden mountains flow through our native valley? and has not this for more than geologic ages been bringing down the shining particles and forming the nuggets for us? Yet, strange to tell, if a digger steal away, prospecting for this true gold, into the unexplored solitudes around us, there is no danger that any will dog his steps, and endeavor to supplant him. He may claim and undermine the whole valley even, both the cultivated and the uncultivated portions, his whole life long in peace, for no one will ever dispute his claim. They will not mind his cradles or his toms. He is not confined to a claim twelve feet square, as at Ballarat, but may mine anywhere, and wash the whole wide world in his tom.
Howitt says of the man who found the great nugget which weighed twenty-eight pounds, at the Bendigo diggings in Australia: "He soon began to drink; got a horse, and rode all about, generally at full gallop, and, when he met people, called out to inquire if they knew who he was, and then kindly informed them that he was 'the bloody wretch that had found the nugget.' At last he rode full speed against a tree, and nearly knocked his brains out." I think, however, there was no danger of that, for he had already knocked his brains out against the nugget. Howitt adds, "He is a hopelessly ruined man." But he is a type of the class. They are all fast men. Hear some of the names of the places where they dig: "Jackass Flat"- "Sheep's-Head Gully"- "Murderer's Bar," etc. Is there no satire in these names? Let them carry their ill-gotten wealth where they will, I am thinking it will still be "Jackass Flat," if not "Murderer's Bar," where they live.

22 matches found in 15 pages. Page generated in 0.026 seconds on 2019/09/16 Monday 06:14:46pm