Akasha is a term for either space or æther in traditional Indian cosmology, depending on the religion. The term has been adopted in Western occultism and spiritualism in the late 19th century. In many modern Indo-Aryan languages and Dravidian languages the corresponding word retains a generic meaning of "sky"; the word in Sanskrit is derived from a root kāś meaning "to be". It appears as a masculine noun in Vedic Sanskrit with a generic meaning of "open space, vacuity". In Classical Sanskrit, the noun may express the concept of "sky. In Vedantic philosophy, the word acquires its technical meaning of "an ethereal fluid imagined as pervading the cosmos". In Vedantic Hinduism, Akasha means the essence of all things in the material world. A Vedic mantra “pṛthivyāpastejovāyurākāśāt” indicates the sequence of initial appearance of the five basic gross elements. Thus, first appeared the space, from which appeared air, from that fire or energy, from which the water, therefrom the earth, it is one of the Panchamahabhuta, or "five gross elements".
The direct translation of Akasha is the word meaning "upper sky" or'space' in Hinduism. The Nyaya and Vaisheshika schools of Hindu philosophy state that Akasha or aether is the fifth physical substance, the substratum of the quality of sound, it is the One and All Pervading physical substance, imperceptible. According to the Samkhya school, Akasha is one of the five Mahābhūtas having the specific property of sound. In the Shiva Purana, it identifies Akasha having "the only attribute of sound". Adherents of the heterodox Cārvāka or Lokāyata philosophy held that this world is made of four elements only, they exclude the fifth, because its existence cannot be perceived. Akasha is space in the Jain conception of the cosmos. Akasha is one of the six dravyas and it accommodates the other five, namely sentient beings or souls, non-sentient substance or matter, principle of motion, the principle of rest, the principle of time, it is all-pervading and made of infinite space-points. It falls into the Ajiva category, divided into two parts: Aloakasa.
In Loakasa the universe forms only a part. Akasha is that which makes room for the existence of all extended substances. At the summit of the lokākāśa is the Siddhashila. In Buddhist phenomenology Akasha is divided into endless space; the Vaibhashika, an early school of Buddhist philosophy, hold Akasha's existence to be real.Ākāsa is identified as the first arūpa jhāna, but translates as "infinite space." The Western mystic-religious philosophy called Theosophy has popularized the word Akasha as an adjective, through the use of the term "Akashic records" or "Akashic library", referring to an etheric compendium of all knowledge and history. Scott Cunningham uses the term Akasha to refer to "the spiritual force that Earth, Air and Water descend from". Ervin László in Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything, based on ideas by Rudolf Steiner, posits "a field of information" as the substance of the cosmos, which he calls "Akashic field" or "A-field". Ervin László sets out a clear paradigm in this work, in line with the latest scientific discoveries on the one hand, ancient philosophies of high stature on the other.
He explains the transition area between the non-manifested Potence and the manifested: a causal Field outside time and space in which all information about the manifested is "saved". László describes it as a non-dimensional holographic imprint. Everything manifested is in-formed from this A-Field on a macro level. Aether Ākāśagarbha—a Bodhisattva credited in Buddhism with akasha element
Car brokers specialise in helping car buyers source and buy cars. They offer services such as finding a particular used car model to fit a budget, getting the lowest price on a new car, or negotiating with a used car seller on behalf of a client that located the car by themselves. There have been car brokers operating in Australia as long as there have been car dealers. Car dealers recognised that some individuals stood out in their circle of friends or community as experts on car buying; the dealers started offering them a spotters fee each time they would bring a customer to the dealership. If the customer bought the car, the broker would be paid. After some time, a business model evolved where businesses would set up and call themselves motor brokers. Motor brokers would be started by car sales people who wanted a change of lifestyle, they were exclusively one-person operations, operated as de facto car dealers. They would be licensed as car dealers, fous on achieving the best bottom line deal for the customer.
As the popularity of the Internet increased, the first pure online car brokers appeared around 2003. These car brokers are typified by the lack of a dealer's license, only dealing in new cars; this allows a high level of automation. In spite of car brokers having been in existence for decades, general public awareness of them in Australia is limited. Car brokers work with their own established network of new car dealerships; when a client requires a new car, the car broker will contact one or more dealers in their network and determine which one will provide the required car at the lowest price. Delivery and location parameters may be considered; some car brokers offer to deliver the car to the client's home or place of work Some car brokers can help source used cars as well as new ones. In many of these cases, the car broker will buy the car and sell it to their client. Used car brokers are licensed; the reasons for having a dealer's license are: The car may be bought at an auction where private sellers cannot bid.
The car may be sourced from a private seller, but the buyer must purchase from a licensed dealer due to financing requirements. Clients prefer buying from a licensed dealer as statutory warranties apply in most cases. Many clients buy used cars via brokers without first seeing the car. Other services provided by car brokers can include: Test drives. Using a car broker to arrange test drives removes the stressful situation of having to go to a dealership and be subjected to a sales pitch while trying to evaluate a car. Financing. A finance broker will be aligned with the car broker to source discounted finance. Pre-approved finance. Cars are one of the most expensive depreciating. It's a right of passage to adulthood when a person buys their first car, but many younger people can not afford a car. That's. Car Financiers lend money to allow accepted clients to purchase their next car sooner than they otherwise would, work with the client to create a repayment plan; however interest rates do vary and arranging your own finance is better.
Extended warranties. Paint protection, rust protection, window tinting and other third party options and accessories. Car insurance. Many car brokers disclose their referral fee on their websites; these referral fees are minimal amounts known as "spotter fees" and as dealers are not having to pay for extra advertising or staff costs they welcome the extra volume orders from their regular brokers. With the Internet's popularity increasing car brokers are becoming less common. Today we see more online classifieds/broker type systems. Online web applications have completely replaced the broker, and broker fees have become listing fees, with some sites charging a spotters fee when the deal has been sealed
"Goodbye" is a song by American singer Jason Derulo and French DJ and music producer David Guetta featuring vocals from American rapper Nicki Minaj and French recording artist Willy William. It was adapted and written by Guetta, Philippe Greiss, David Saint Fleur, Art Beatz, Curtis Gray, Jean-Michel Sissoko, Dj Paulito, Jazelle Rodriguez, Christopher Tempest, Kinda Ingrosso, Derulo, Francesco Sartori, Lucio Quarantotto and Franck Peterson; the latter three are credited due to the inclusion of elements of their composition "Time to Say Goodbye", as performed by Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli. "Goodbye" is included on Guetta's seventh studio album, 7. The song debuted on 23 August 2018, was released a day by both Guetta and Derulo's record labels – What a Music, Beluga Heights and Warner Bros. Records respectively, it is the sixth single from Guetta's 7 album and was unveiled alongside another single from Guetta called "Drive" with Black Coffee and featuring Delilah Montagu. On August 24, 2018, Guetta unveiled the sixth and seventh singles from his seventh album 7, "Goodbye" and also "Drive".
"Goodbye" is a collaboration with US R&B singer Jason Derulo and features Trinidadian-American rapper Nicki Minaj, as well as French musician and DJ Willy William. Guetta and Minaj have collaborated four times, beginning in 2011 with "Where Them Girls At" and "Turn Me On", both taken from Guetta's fifth album Nothing but the Beat. In 2015 they collaborated on "Hey Mama" for his sixth album Listen. In 2017, they released the collaboration "Light My Body Up". Meanwhile and Derulo first collaborated in 2010 when she featured on the remix to his single "In My Head", taken from Derulo's debut self-titled studio album, they reunited in 2017 for the collaboration "Swalla". The song's lyric video was released alongside the song's announcement, it features on Guetta's album 7 as track number six. "Goodbye" samples "Time to Say Goodbye" by Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli. The official music video was released on October 21, 2018. Guetta and Minaj performed the song at the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards.
Credits adapted from album booklet. David Saint Fleur – producer David Guetta – producer, DJ Vodka – producer Phil Greiss – producer, keyboards, mixer, recording Kat Dahlia – background vocals Jazelle "JVZEL" Rodriguez – background vocals Ludovic Mullor – engineer Ben Hogarth – engineer Aubry "Big Juice" Delaine – engineer Luca Pretolesi – mastering, mixing Jason Derulo – vocals Nicki Minaj – vocals Willy William – vocals
Sin Vergüenza is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by Telemundo and RTI Colombia. This limited-run series about four beautiful, yet different women, resembles a Latin version of Sex and the City meets Desperate Housewives. Venezuelan actress Gaby Espino stars; the series ran up to up to 45 minutes with commercials. Telemundo debuted Sin Vergüenza on weeknights at 10 p.m. ET/PT. After the early weeks received disappointing ratings, it moved to daytime, airing weekdays at 1 p.m. ET/PT from May 7 until August 21, 2007. Filmed in Bogotá, this steamy serial features four vivacious and self-willed heroines, who share an intense friendship and co-own a lingerie store called Sin Vergüenza. Renata Sepúlveda, an unmarried, upwardly-mobile executive who takes advantage of her affair with her married boss, Raimundo Montes, his wife Meme controls half of their company. Paloma San Miguel, a bohemian mother who wants to become an art dealer, her two children are named Candelaria. Paloma must now choose between her separated husband, Julián.
Maite Contreras manages the lingerie shop. This fun-loving free spirit who still lives like a teenager -- and a much younger man, she has a mother who won't leave her alone. Her whole life shakes. Maite must now deal with his father, whom she hasn't seen in eleven years. Fernanda Montes, a teacher is Raimundo's sister, she is a devoted mother to two little girls named Ana. Fernanda runs into an old flame who reminds her that the passion has left her marriage, her husband, Esteban del Río works for Raimundo and Meme. Inseparable since childhood, these passionate women share the most intimate secrets with one another, including romances and heartaches; each of them has her own unique personality and seeks love and fulfillment in a different way. This charming quartet realizes the modern world is not the fairy tale that they dreamed about long ago; this show is known as Cuatro Rosas and 4 Lives... For Love, it is based on the 2006 TVN comedy-drama Entre Medias. The four heroines parallel the four temperaments.
On-air promotions for this serial began on Telemundo on March 2, 2007. The network announced back in 2006 that the show would join its daytime lineup, airing at 1 p.m. ET/PT, where it wound up. Telemundo planned to run 120 original hours from Monday to Friday over about 26 weeks, but the order was cut to 80 hours. Only 14 episodes aired in prime time. Recaps of those shows aired during the first week in daytime. During the initial run, Telemundo broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC1, but abruptly dropped them during the afternoon time slot. Hugo León Ferrer was executive producer. Venezuelan screenwriter Valentina Párraga developed the teleplay but dropped out and was replaced by another Venezuelan screenwriter, Isamar Hernández, who made it resemble a story she wrote on early 1990s; the show was directed by Andres Biermann. Telemundo International Sin Vergüenza page Telenovela World Telemundo official Sin Vergüenza site official site for Entre Medias
Thodur Madabusi Krishna is a Carnatic vocalist, writer and author. As a vocalist, he has made a large number of innovations in both the style and substance of his concerts, thereby inviting controversy from some quarters; as an activist, he has championed a number of causes connected to the environment, the caste system, religious reform, reform of social practices and so on. In the year 2016 he was awarded with the Ramon Magsaysay Award for “his forceful commitment as artist and advocate to art’s power to heal India’s deep social divisions, breaking barriers of caste and class to unleash what music has to offer not just for some but for all”. Krishna was born in Chennai on 22 January 1976 into a Tamil Brahmin family, the son of T. M. Rangachari and his wife Prema Rangachari, his mother and maternal uncle Dr. Sriram Subramaniam founded and run a school named Vidya Vanam for tribal and underprivileged students in Anaikatti, Tamil Nadu. Krishna is the grand nephew of Congress politician and freedom fighter T.
T. Krishnamachari, one of the founding members of the Madras Music Academy. Krishna is an alumnus of The Chennai. Krishna received his B. A. degree in Economics from Vivekananda College, University of Madras. He is married to a reputed carnatic musician, he lives with two daughters in Chennai. Both of Krishna's parents had deep interest in the arts Carnatic music, his mother had received music lessons in her childhood in the typical south Indian style, had taken a degree in Carnatic Music. Krishna's parents ensured, they arranged for him to receive music lessons from a young age. Krishna began his musical training under Bhagavathula Seetharama Sharma, he underwent special Ragam Thanam Pallavi grooming under Chingleput Ranganathan. Krishna's performing career began at the age of 12 with his debut concert at the Spirit of Youth series organized by the Music Academy, Chennai, he has since performed at various festivals and venues across the world, including the Madras Music Academy, National Centre for the Performing Arts, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, to name a few.
His music is appraised as being soulful and full of'raga bhava'. Among his many renditions, some of the most popular among his listeners include'Jambupathe' in Yamunakalyani and'Manavinala' in Nalinakanthi, his music during the last decade was reputed for his powerful, deep voice and his ability to sing rapid swaras in many rare ragas. He now shows a focus on Neraval, an improvisational form which he believes has been distorted over the ages, he is famous for his'innovations' in the method he presents his concerts, one of the primary issues that purists have being that he renders varnams in the middle of a concert. He is working towards a project in which Dikshithar compositions from the Sangeetha Sampradaya Pradarshini are rendered according to their notation in the book. Krishna writes about a wide range of issues, not confined to the cultural sphere, his interests span the breadth of leftwing activism, be it the environment, the caste system, social reform, religious reform, combating communalism, innovation in classical music and so on.
He has started and is involved in many organizations whose work is spread across the spectrum of music and culture. He has spoken out against the revocation of Article 370, the destruction of statues. Krishna is part of the team of activists that organizes the Urur-Olcott Kuppam Festival in Chennai and the Svanubhava initiative in Chennai, he has been part of inspiring collaborations, such as the Chennai Poromboke Paadal with environmentalist Nityanand Jayaraman. He has collaborated for performances with the Jogappas and has brought on to the concert stage the poetry of Perumal Murugan, he speaks in various conferences and academic institutions, including Harvard University, Chennai Mathematical Institute, the Indian Institutes of Technology, the Indian Institutes of Management. Among his awards are the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award in recognition of ‘his forceful commitment as artist and advocate to art’s power to heal India’s deep social divisions’, the Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration for his services in promoting and preserving national integration in the country, the Professor V. Aravindakshan Memorial Award for connecting Carnatic music with the common man.
The song'Venpura' of the movie Gypsy directed by Raju Murugan is Krishna's first playback song. Santhosh Narayanan is the music director. Sebastian And Sons: A brief history of Mrdangam makers. In his most recent book, T. M. Krishna talks about the integrity of the Mrdangam on the Karnatik stage and the Dalit Christian communities involved in the making of the percussion instrument. ISBN 9389152186 Reshaping Art. T. M. Krishna raises questions about how art is made and disseminated, addressing such issues as caste and gender within society while exploring the contours of democracy and learning; the book was published by Aleph Book Company. Katrinile Karainda Tuyar. Krishna's long-form essay'MS understood' was translated into Tamil and published as a book ‘Katrinile Karainda Tuyar’ by Kalachuvadu Publications. MS understood, his long-form essay'MS understood', for The Caravan was featured in The Caravan Book of Profiles published by Penguin in 2017, as one of their “twelve definitive profiles.” A Southern Music – The
Darío Oscar Scotto is a former Argentine footballer. He played club football in Argentina Spain, Paraguay and Bolivia and played for the Argentina national football team. Scotto started his professional career with Platense in 1987, he became a consistent goalscorer. This achievement won him a call up to the Argentina national team and a move to Spanish side Sporting de Gijón. In 1993 Scotto was signed by Mexican club Necaxa but he soon returned to Argentina where he signed for Rosario Central. In 1995, he joined Boca Juniors. After a good season in the Apertura 1995 where he scored 7 goals, he struggled to maintain his form and returned to Rosario Central in 1996. In 1997, he endured a desperate season with Gimnasia y Tiro before joining Argentinos Juniors in 1998. In the latter part of his career he played for Cerro Porteño in Paraguay, Santiago Wanderers in Chile and Aurora in Bolivia, he retired in 2003. Dario Scotto – Liga MX stats at MedioTiempo.com Darío Scotto at National-Football-Teams.com Argentine Primera statistics at Fútbol XXI