ellathjanardhanapanickermyfather4544232My dear father Sree Ellath
Janardhanan Panicker ( 1934- 2015 ) Passed away peacefully on  12.10 AM
(Night) November 7th – 2015 from Red Crescent Hospital Chungam Feroke. In Kerala.

I lost My father in that moment.

The light which guided me
for years came to an end. I felt darkness around me. He who brought me on earth
forsaken me as God willingly called him back and I felt I was alone on earth.
My father was my security sense, my strength in difficult times. And 


I had so many fond memories of child hood with him.

My father was not very educated still he had keen sense on how to live and he taught us the way to live
and when we were educated we found our own ways to live but every thing depends
on the way he taught us. The basic elements of our lives and the basic education
we pass on to our next generation is based on his doctrine of life. 

His father was
deserted him when he was 12…by his father. Since  my father was the
eldest son in his family and  no one was there to take care of his early
family, he had to struggle a lot. He was alone. He worked very many hours just
to support his mother and siblings. He was the real reason behind his extended
family’s successful existence.

He always extended his love
to  my children as well and always find right choices for our children. To
them he was the right person with ideal attitude and better views for a
successful life.

I have vivid memories of my
childhood with my parents and that was a great time in my life. I was free of
responsibilities and I was very happy as there were no compulsion on my
shoulders. My father took all possible responsibilities for our family and made
sure we were all happy in every inch of our lives.

I could manage to meet him
in his last days with consciousness and he could manage to find me out and
responded to my voice. It is always nice to see your father finding you out even
he is so sick on bed. I am happy now that I could manage to meet him in time
just before he passed away. 

I think I have done all I
could towards him till today. I have done my duties as a son. I have spend hours
with him. I think I am lucky to get a father like him in my life.

My love and affection
towards him is nothing compare to the love and affection he had towards me. What
ever I have done for him is very small if compare the duties he had done for me.
There is no alternative for such things. Father is father and no one can manage
to represent him in his place. 

I am a father too. I have my
next generation which are following me. I hope I will be good father through out
my life as I was a good son in my life till now. 

My father is my guiding star
and will be my guiding star for ever. I hope to seek continued guidance from his
great soul. 

Sorry to know I missed him.
Very sad to understand I missed him for ever. Still happy to feel that he is
dear to God now. I believe he is in heaven and expecting to meet him there after
my successful life on earth. 

Let me pray my GOD to keep
him in peace for ever…  MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE… For ever…

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My dearest daughters

Love For My Daughters

My beautiful daughters, I was blessed with two of you…
You will never know how proud I am of all the things you do.

You came into my world, so tiny and so small…
And I was in awe at the wonder of it all.

Then you placed your little hand in mine…
There was no denying, my heart was yours ’til the end of time.

I have watched you both through out the years, laugh, cry and grow…
And it is difficult to know, that someday I will have to let you go.

I just can’t imagine, a day of my life without you…
Because you’re a part of me and my love for you is true.

So just remember, no matter how old you are or where you may be…
There’s someone who needs you and loves you and that someone is me!


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Syam And Family Videos


Videos of my family

Me and my first born

My smart and beautiful most lovable first born who
owns half of my life and half belongs to my second born


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The person I admire the most

Of all person on earth I admire Napoleon Bonaparte the most.

Napoleon Bonaparte 15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821 was the greatest French military and political leader
who rose to prominence during the latter stages of the French Revolution and its associated wars in Europe.
I admire him because of this great and good qualities.
Often people will be thinking him as Napoleon I, he was Emperor of the French from 1804 to 1815. He is a real time
expert who can change the course of war with in minutes. One of the greatest exponents of war and battle.

But who ever know him who was may not know how he was. I admire him on that merit

He was born on 15 August 1769, in Casa Buonaparte, at Ajaccio, Corsica. He was named as
Napoleone di Buonaparte, In his twenties, he adopted the more French-sounding Napoléon Bonaparte

napoleon image

Napoleon the greatest


In 1779, Napoleon was enrolled to school in Autun and
In May he was admitted to a military academy at Brienne-le-Château.
He studied so many excellent military ideas from that academy which are polished by him and invented by himself
to use against his enemies in battle field.
Neapolitan and his virtues.
1. He never told a lie for no reason


2. He was very kind to every one who ever in need of his kindness
3. He personally knows every one in his army and he use to greet every one. Ho ever he had 7 lakhs army men.

4. He is self disciplined and very well composed man in heart and mind.
5. He was wise, learned well and expert to practice what ever he learned
6. Mostly fearless and most courage’s person never hold himself back even at gravest situations in life
I salute such a personality and always want to be some one like him. I often dream for that goal as well as I pray for his peace in heaven.
So I admire him the most

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Indian Politics And My View

India is a country in South Asia. It is the Seventh-Largest country by area and second-largest by population and most populous democracy in the world. India is a country of ancient times and unlimited natural resources. Its ancient culture, the rivers, mountains and vegetation, not to forget its exotic spices, make the country a wonderful place to visit or to live. Spread over an area of 32,87,2631 sq. km, India is the 7th largest country in the world. Broadly, India is divided into six major zones: East India, West India, North India, South India, Northeast India and Central India.

Politics in India takes place within the framework of a federal Westminster-style Parliamentary democratic constitutional republic, in which the President of India is head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of government. Executive power is exercised by the President and is independent of the legislature. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of the Parliament of India, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. Federal and state elections generally take place within a multi-party system, although this is not enshrined in law. The judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature, the highest national court being the Supreme Court of India. India is the largest democracy in the world. India has the biggest number of people with franchise rights and the largest number of political parties, which take part in election campaign. In the 1996 national elections, almost 600 million people voted and an average of 26 candidates competed for each of the 543 territorial constituency seats.
Elections are held at different levels. The two major election levels are at national level, after which the national government is established and at state level after which the state government is established. Elections are also held for city, town and village councils. There are different political issues in Indian politics. Some are national level and some regional level. Some communities just demand more economical and social rights for their communities. While others demand more autonomy for their cultures within the Indian states. Some demanded autonomous states within the Indian Union, while the others demanded to be independent from India. With all its problems India survives as a single state with democratic character. But a number of political problems still exist and remain unsolved in India.

The growing criminalization and corruption of politics in India, the desire of the masses of people to put an end to it and the inability of the bourgeoisie to provide any solution, reflect the acuteness of the crisis of Indian parliamentary democracy. It is a factor that is contributing to the further deepening of the crisis of political theory and practice in India.

The domination of the polity by criminal and corrupt parties and individuals has become an accepted fact in the fiftieth year of the Indian Republic. The response of the ruling circles is to lament about it, on the one hand, and to use the occasion to settle scores with their rivals, on the other hand. As a result of the acute rivalry, leading political figures of the major parties in the Parliament are getting exposed for corrupt and criminal deeds, one after another. However, the quality of the system remains the same. The economy continues to be a system of plundering the land and labour of the people by Indian and international monopolies, while political power continues to reside in the hands of an exclusive caste of politicians and “recognized” political parties, to the exclusion of the vast majority.

The criminalization of politics is a reflection of, and a factor that aggravates the crisis of the political system, which in turn is rooted in the economic crisis of Indian capitalism. Only a qualitative change that transforms the system from its very roots can resolve this crisis in favour of the people.
In the realm of political theory, enlightened Indian minds need to reject the notion of the State as a trustee and thereby negate the need for the European political institutions that have been implanted on Indian society. They have to develop modern Indian political theory and institutions that would enable the Indian people to govern themselves and to get rid of capitalism and all forms of exploitation and oppression of persons by persons.
In the sphere of practical politics, the broad masses of people need to assert their right to control the selection of candidates, demanding that this cannot be left in the hands of political parties. United political action on this question would be an important step in the direction of empowering the people so as to achieve the qualitative transformation of society.

Our political leaders are corrupted, selfish, money eater, obsessive about political chairs, they are not bothered about public who elected them. Actually our country has many resources for up-gradation to become Number one in world, but due to these political Leaders competition we lack in every thing. We have to wish India could come back to a peaceful and truthful country.

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