Wednesday, June 01, 2022

MY REVIEW ON ROWDY BOYS MOVIE

In this year 2022, the best movie I have seen is “Rowdy Boys” in Telugu Language which I have liked to watch.  

 

Why did I liked this movie? Until now most of the movies are based on Commerce versus B.Sc or engineering. But this time, this movie is all about Engineering versus Medical.

 

This movie is directed and written by Sree Harsha Konuganti, Producer: Dil Raju, Shirish. Actors who acted are - Ashish Reddy, Anupama Parameshwaran, Sahidev Vikram.

 

Story of the movie:  

Akash (Ashish Reddy) is an engineering college student who falls in love with a medical college student Kavya (Anupama Parameshwaran). Here it begins gang war whenever he tries to express his love with kavya in medical college.

 

Meanwhile, Kavya starts loving Akash in live and relationship which leads to the other problems in their love Story.

 

In the end - Does Kavya complete her studies to become a doctor as she wished in her life? What did Akash do for his love? How he will become a rock star in music? How does he identify his hidden skills and talent?

 

Good points:

  1. Most of the movie is all about Celebration of the youth festivals and events in college.
  2. After the Sye movie (2004) this is the best in this year 2022 in Tollywood industry.
  3. Being in love, one can get success in a career is showed very wide scope.
  4. How student conflicts start and end is shown in a very positive way.
  5. Few songs are good in terms of music and visuals. 

Minus points:

  1. In the beginning of the movie, classroom with lectures are not shown in Engineering side in this movie.

 

My advice to students:

I advise today’s students to watch this movie about how college festivals are celebrated.

 

Thank you for reading and viewing!

Maddali Laxmi Swetha, MBA (HR)

 

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Friday, May 13, 2022

MY VISIT TO BANGALORE PALACE - MARCH 2022, BANGALORE, INDIA

In march 2022, I went to Bangalore with my parents and visited my brother house. I asked my brother to take us to the palace. As I like visiting historical places which I read in my school time books.

 

At first, we went to Bangalore assembly which is very near to palace road. Here is the picture. See the image below:

From there the palace road starts. Here in the palace, one has to take tickets to go inside the palace to see.

In the ticket counter – Once you have paid the amount, they will give you an ear phone, one device which looks like a mobile phone. Note: I felt like tickets are bit expensive compare to Hyderabad. 

See some of the images and videos below of the inside palace tour. Remember, in that there are numbers if you press the number, you will hear the palace stories. 






Here, I have seen all the rooms, pictures on the walls, beautiful ancient style of lights. For more details you have to visit this palace so that you will understand the ancient culture of south India and how our Kings and Queens lived on those days.

Note: My most liked - history here is about elephants. Bangalore palace is famous for elephants on those days and how elephants are trained.

 

Thank you for reading and viewing!

Maddali Laxmi Swetha, MBA (HR)

 

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My name was included in a book called - Student Leaders: Growing from Students to CEO’s and the first copy of this book is dedicated to me. - https://tinyurl.com/y2sp7yl4

Wednesday, April 06, 2022

FIRST TIME I HAVE SEEN, HOLIKA DAHAN FESTIVAL IN BANGALORE, INDIA

 On 17th march, I went to meet my father’s sister home (Get together event) in Bangalore. After event is finished.

 

Her husband invited me with my parents to visit to watch Holi Ka Dahan Festival which is celebrated by North Indians in their apartment (Parimila Sunredge, Bangalore) every year. See the image and video below:


In fact, I live in Hyderabad, India. Here every year, people celebrate Holi on 18th march by applying colours on face.

 

This time I have seen Holi in different way that is called as Holika Dahan Festival which is celebrated one day before Holi at night time by firing wood.

Generally, firing wood happens in Sanskrit time at Hyderabad.

 

When I saw first time Holi Ka Dahan – I was feeling inner happiness on that day, after making circle around fire wood and praying to God Vishnu. This is - how my day has passed.

 

Thank you for reading and viewing!

Maddali Laxmi Swetha, MBA (HR)

 

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My name was included in a book called - Student Leaders: Growing from Students to CEO’s and the first copy of this book is dedicated to me. - https://tinyurl.com/y2sp7yl4

Thursday, March 24, 2022

CONDOLENCES TO SINGER LATA MANGESHKAR FAMILY

Where can I start this topic, I am getting tears on my eyes.

 

Today afternoon after lunch, I was taking rest on my bed and watching YouTube Videos Shorts. In one of the Shorts, I have seen a video that Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan Lata Mangeshkar is no more. So, I am writing this article to talk about her.

 

Lata Mangeshkar was born on 28 September, 1929 and died on 6 February, 2022. - wiki

 

Seriously talking, I am a big fan of her and her Indian Patriotic Songs by Lata Mangeshkar.

 

Every year on the Republic Day and on the Independence Day of India, I keep an alarm to watch live on DD Saptagiri (Telugu) and DD Yadagiri (Telangana) channels. They play her songs specially on those two days. Listening to her voice boosts my self-confidence.

 

One of my favourite songs which she sang:

 

Vande mataram vande

Mataram vande mataram

Vande mataram vande

Mataram vande mataram

Vande mataram vande

Mataram vande mataram

Vande mataram vande

Mataram vande mataram

Vande mataram vande

Mataram vande mataram

Vande mataram vande

Mataram vande mataram

 

Sujlam suphlam maliyajashitalam

Shasya shyamlam matram vande

Sujlam suphlam maliyajashitalam

Shasya shyamlam matram vande…

 

(Note 1: This song was there in my Hindi language workbook and is also there in my school diary book in my school days.)  

 

Really, these lines are the self-boosting for the leaders of India and also the class leaders in schools and colleges.

 

Why I have mentioned the word “leader” because a leader is a person who can mingle up with all classmates in a class where you find different cultures and norms in one place.

 

My deepest Condolences to Singer Lata Mangeshkar Family:

 

One has to be proud that some unique stars in the sun sign of the zodiac are born very rare. That rare star is Lata Mangeshkar. Also, she appeared in the Guinness World Records from India.

 

Of course, there are other people in the Guinness world record from India like S.P. Balasubrahmanayam etc. But Lata Mangeshwar’s song is the one you will always hear on the national day of India.

 

That’s why she is called as the Queen of Melody, Nightingale of India and Voice of the Millennium.

 

Let’s pray to God that she has to take birth again in India in the next generation to make everyone together.

 

(Note 2: My Sweet memories: - When there is a teacher’s meeting time in school, 10th class students go to the lower classes and control the students to maintain discipline. They used to sing this song and everyone used to give big applause in the classrooms. I used to be one of the students who used to sing this song and I used to get good applause.)

 

Thank you for reading and viewing!

Maddali Laxmi Swetha, MBA (HR)

 

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Sunday, March 20, 2022

MY FIRST VISIT TO A PIRATE THEMED RESTAURANT, BANGALORE, INDIA

Today, I am in Bangalore for the spring season holiday trip of the year 2022. During the holiday, I googled and found a restaurant that has the “Pirate” theme. The restaurant name is – The Black Pearl (Inspired by the movie – Pirates of the Caribbean).


Most of the working people in Bangalore visit this place for relaxation and business meetings.

 

This is the entry gate way. The place has Valet parking facility too which is very good for people travelling in cars. See the icon theme of the restaurant below:

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On the 4th floor, you can meet the receptionist to book for the table. It is best to book a reservation through the Zomato App. As you can save your wait time for seats/table.

When you first enter the place, you will see the pirate theme. For a second, I felt like I was on a boat which is just like a Hollywood movie. See the image below:


Here, the interior design and decoration is wonderful. I have observed here that most of the visitors wore black coloured dress/shirts. You can see in the below image.

I had food vegetarian of course (because I am a Vegetarian) but there is a non- veg section too. I recommend you to visit this place.

Once you finish your food, you will come out to see the pirate theme statues there – the selfie place. Here they have provided pirate caps to take memorable pictures.  This place was a mesmerizing beauty of arts and a pleasant feeling. A lot of relaxation too. See the images and video below:




This is my experience that I am sharing with you and special thanks to - The black Pearl team for the food services they provided and I will visit this place again when I visit Bangalore.

 

Thank you for reading and viewing!

Maddali Laxmi Swetha, MBA (HR)

 

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Speaking Tree Blog: https://timesofindia.speakingtree.in/maddali-swetha/blogs

 

Also, you can find in Amazon:

My name was included in a book called - Student Leaders: Growing from Students to CEO’s and the first copy of this book is dedicated to me. - https://tinyurl.com/y2sp7yl4

Sunday, February 27, 2022

WHAT IS THE SKILL OR A TACTIC BEHIND SAYING – THE WORD “NO”?

In fact, I have a very good habit of how to spend free time effectively to stress free my mind and have a happy smile on my face.

 

So, today an interesting part happened in my day. Early Morning, I had my bath, I did yoga, after yoga I finished my breakfast.

 

While I was checking my emails then I was reading magazines in one page it was mentioned

 

“Saying No is an Art” - Employees have to be trained for a better work environment like work and life balance.

 

Okay! This point has raised in my mind.

 

Is this really needed skill to learn - Saying “No”?

 

This is my actual doubt!

 

So, I came to Google search images and typed - Book name called - HOW TO SAY NO?

 

See the results – I found list of books names:

 

1. How to Say No: Regain Control of Your Life by Setting Boundaries and Saying No Without Feeling Guilty: 5 (90-Minute Success Guide) – By STEVEN HOPKINS

 

2. The Art of Saying NO: How to Stand Your Ground, Reclaim Your Time and Energy, And Refuse to Be Taken for Granted (Without Feeling Guilty!) (The Art of Living Well Book 1) – By DAMON ZAHARIADES

 

3. How to Say No Without Feeling Guilty: And Say Yes to More Time, and What Matters Most to You - By PATTI BREITMAN, RICHARD CARLSON

 

4. How to Say No: 10 Steps to Saying No and Taking Back Your Time and Your Life (Better Habits, Better You) - By MATTHEW LEWIS BROWNE

 

5. Learn to Say No if You Don’t Want to Say Yes - By RENU SARAN

 

6. How To Say No: Stand Your Ground, Assert Yourself, and Make Yourself Be Seen (Without Guilt or Awkwardness) (Be Confident and Fearless Book 5) – By PATRICK KING

 

7. Don't Say Yes When You Want to Say No: Making Life Right When It Feels All Wrong - By HERBERT FENSTERHEIM Ph.D., JEAN BAER

 

8. Learning to Say No - By ROBERTS LIARDON

 

9. The Power of Saying No: Learn the Power Saying No More Often and Achieve Greater Success in The Process (Character Development, Say No, Power of Habit, ... Personal Growth, Healthy Living) - By SIMON WRIGHT

 

10. The Strange Art of Saying NO: The Story of The Woman Who Wanted...But Couldn't Say NO Until Learning How to Say NO Without Feeling Guilty - By SEKKE SESSE

 

11. How to Say No: Kick the Disease to Please - By CORINNE SWEET

 

12. How to Say "No": Politely but Firmly Take Back Control of Your Time and Your Life (Personal Growth Book 2) - By CLAIRE SHANNON

 

13. The Power of a Positive No: How to Say No and Still Get to Yes - By WILLIAM URY

 

14. When I Say No, I Feel Guilty: How to Cope, Using the Skills of Systematic Assertive Therapy - By MANUEL J. SMITH

 

15. How To Say No: The Art of Saying “No” To People You Can’t Say “No” - By BRANDON K., FORHAD M.

 

16. The Power of Saying No: How to Set Personal Boundaries, Stay Firm, and Reclaim Your Personal Power (without an ounce of guilt!): How to say no more to people, practice self-love, love yourself - By MY THIRSTY THIRTIES 

 

17. Saying No Nicely: How to Set Boundaries and Avoid Burnout Without Feeling Guilty - By MARY D. WELCH

 

18. The Daft Book: 100 Easy Ways to Say No - By THE DAFT BOOK, JEAN MOTELL

 

19. 7 Easy Ways to Say NO to Almost Anyone: Stand Up for Yourself Without Looking (or Feeling) Unreasonable, Uncaring or Unkind - By STEPH STERNER

 

20. How to Say No...and Live to Tell About It: A Woman's Guide to Guilt-Free Decisions - By MARY BYERS

 

21. How To Say No: Five Keys to Choose Yourself, Set Boundaries, And Take Control of Your Life - By RACHEL MANSON

 

22. Don't Say Yes When You Want to Say No: Making Life Right When It Feels All Wrong - By FENSTERHEIM HERBERT

 

23. The Need To Say No – By JILL BROOKE

 

24. How to Say NO When You Feel You Ought to Say Yes: The Duty Trap - By VERA PEIFFER

 

25. The Life-Changing Power of NO!: How To Stop Trying To Please Everyone, Start Standing Up For Yourself, And Say No Without Guilt Or Conflict (Even To Difficult People) - By LAURA TONG, MARK TONG

 

26. Saying No!: Why, When and How to Say No - By BERRY WINTER

 

27. Learning to Say NO and to Say YES to Your Dreams! (The Daily Guide to Powerful Secrets of Self Growth) - By LISA SHEA

 

There are 27 books which I found in Google Search. So, employees need to read all the books to learn saying No????

 

HERE, IS MY CONCLUSION:

 

There is a concept called SIX THINKING HATS. By using this concept, companies can test the employee skills or develop skills through a puzzle.

 

Likewise, give them a 6-line paragraph tell employees to solve and answer should be in 1 line. Whoever wins - They will get pen drives, etc. where a company can cover it in miscellaneous expenses in company accounts.

 

For example:

I live in Hyderabad, India. And I have to go to the Electricity office to pay my current bill. My home is in Kukatpally. I have to go to Ameerpet to pay my current bills.

To travel I may use a bike, car, bicycle, train, auto, bus or on foot. I have 300 rupees in my pocket to travel. After returning home I saved 250 rupees in my pocket.

Now, tell me – How much do I spend? How did I travel?

What is the solution? - Where I said No? Where I said Yes?

 

Like these questions one can easily learn the art of saying “No”?

 

Just say which book you will follow to learn saying No or you will follow the puzzles that catch in your mind. Comment below.

 

Thank you for reading and viewing!

Maddali Laxmi Swetha, MBA (HR)

 

Email ID: Maddali_swetha@yahoo.com

 

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My Other Blog:

(Deccan Vysya Patrika – Since 1937) - http://deccanvysya.blogspot.com/  

 

My YouTube channel - Maddali Laxmi Swetha:

https://www.youtube.com/user/maddaliswetha

 

My other YouTube channel - Maddali Swetha Teaching classes:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFePmygQP7vsTzeecSfrMvw

Speaking Tree Blog: https://timesofindia.speakingtree.in/maddali-swetha/blogs

 

Also, you can find in Amazon:

My name was included in a book called - Student Leaders: Growing from Students to CEO’s and the first copy of this book is dedicated to me. - https://tinyurl.com/y2sp7yl4