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Sararīman

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Joined Twitter 8/9/14


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Retweeted by Don't Panik @Chemburstudio Hunting as you say some source for adrenaline? @DalrympleWill @dpanikkar @farida_art @PunjabiRoohhttps://t.co/9vnjOxvK3w
Retweeted by Don't PanikThe Lustration of Sugriva, an illustration from the ‘Shangri’ Ramayana series, Bahu (Jammu) or Kulu, circa 1700-20,… https://t.co/H8G5Y25qQh
Retweeted by Don't Panik @narayani_basu Only the Kindle version seems available for pre-order over here, but it's on order. Will get it Feb. 4th. Can't wait.Word of the day. misprision /mɪsˈprɪʒ(ə)n/ noun ORIGIN: Anglo-Norman mesprisioun = Old French mesprison error, wr… https://t.co/lPf0oqecZuKaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji. Villa Tasca. Jonathan Powell, piano. https://t.co/8Q1dK0Z121“I am not erudite. In the normal way of being I am not even well read.” —Robert Graves https://t.co/JyXqlvLYXV
Retweeted by Don't Panik @dpanikkar @drunkengrass The Scots were the dominant influence in Burma (more than 2/3s of the British population n… https://t.co/pkitG2wE3Z
Retweeted by Don't Panik @thantmyintu @drunkengrass That's utterly fascinating, and utterly logical. Thank you! @drunkengrass Thant Myint-U's book talks about Burmese nobles playing cricket in the late 19th century. Wonder what happened... @thantmyintuIT EXISTS!!! 🤓 https://t.co/8jiKpYGBvq
Retweeted by Don't Panik @narayani_basu Fantastic! When does it hit the stores?!Neuroscientists were recently surprised to discover a new kind of action potential in the dendrites of some cortica… https://t.co/tovyuRdPiC
Retweeted by Don't PanikMost mosquitoes weigh 30 times less than a raindrop. HT @PeccaryNotPig https://t.co/Rr4DRZEPQV
Retweeted by Don't PanikThere's a vast halo of extremely hot gas surrounding the Milky Way - https://t.co/DBsDqhHGqn https://t.co/TaIU9FC74y
Retweeted by Don't PanikJosephus wrote that a legion carried a city on its back, and in 1960 while excavating the fortress of Inchtuthil in… https://t.co/GU3RqXIQiF
Retweeted by Don't PanikIt's possible for humans to hibernate. Theoretically. @jameshamblin reports: https://t.co/Js8Y96r2Ab
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1/17
2020
Is there any cricket in Myanmar?Word of the day. appanage /ˈap(ə)nɪdʒ/ noun. ORIGIN: Old French apanage, from medieval Latin appanare provide wit… https://t.co/KGo4Pe14lrThat area where you get your s*** together after going thru security - turns out it has a name, and it’s perfect. https://t.co/dZa6cTnvW8
Retweeted by Don't PanikGorgeously illustrated and fascinating @BBC_Culture piece on highlights from @britishlibrary's current #Buddhism ex… https://t.co/VgakEXJGRJ
Retweeted by Don't PanikGenerals should be seen, not heard. https://t.co/t04Au3uJzjSurya Sculpture Honey-coloured sandstone with traces of pigment Rajasthan,19th century "This charming sandstone r… https://t.co/5q4nLX9eiu
Retweeted by Don't PanikNymphaea Rubra Roxburghiensis From the spectacular collection of Roxburgh Icons in the Kolkata Botanic Gardens https://t.co/0mmaRUBgj2
Retweeted by Don't PanikLutchman Singh: Acampe Multiflora From the spectacular collection of Roxburgh Icons in the Kolkata Botanic Gardens https://t.co/CPz4Ee9gjh
Retweeted by Don't Panik"NPR’s sanitizing of Trump’s Milwaukee rally shows how he’s broken the media In trying to be above taking sides, th… https://t.co/Giq7kct3W8
Retweeted by Don't Panik"the absolute absence of reason or a shameless perversion of reason. Indeed, pure unreason acts as the primary moti… https://t.co/H0c0G6onGd
Retweeted by Don't PanikAnd in indifferent health: https://t.co/HnWqn2ZkFEKhan Jahan Lodi, in good health. Mughal Governor of the Deccan under Jahangir and Shah Jahan. 2nd Half, 17th Centur… https://t.co/SpKxb0SiXUIs this America’s most well-known Pres historian calling the President trash? I must be misreading. https://t.co/IJTFesxrnG
Retweeted by Don't PanikPortrait of an Indian Sardar by Edwin Frederick Holt mid 19th century. Though Holt prob never visited India, this w… https://t.co/c29CEtnkRf
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1/16
2020
@dpanikkar Reminded me of this portrait of Maharani Jind Kaur by George Richmond, who also painted Lord Macaulay an… https://t.co/xR4XJpzhAA
Retweeted by Don't Panik @hemantsarin @DalrympleWill @JAJafri @ssharadmohhan @PunjabiRooh @Chemburstudio @IndiaArtHistory @PropitiousOn3https://t.co/YyuwSqevnA @greenEnder A clique of claques clocking their claps. @hemantsarin @DalrympleWill @JAJafri @ssharadmohhan @PunjabiRooh @Chemburstudio @IndiaArtHistory @PropitiousOn3https://t.co/PzS1qECqgEDid you know the India Office Medical Archives have been digitised and made available online? Reports, statistics,… https://t.co/yu1wHOGPxy
Retweeted by Don't PanikParvati nursing #Ganesha, 19th cen. Perhaps an adaptation of Christian iconography of the Virgin & Child. pic cour… https://t.co/2WfAKviXaD
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1/15
2020
@CynicalMallu I miss those guys. @Adam_Burakowski Another: https://t.co/8VGUh2l4AJPainting of Stefan Norblin, 🇵🇱Polish artist in the Oriental Hall in Umaid Bhawan, Jodhpur. https://t.co/B2npt7MTJH
Retweeted by Don't Panik @Adam_Burakowski @IndiaHistorypic https://t.co/hghUhMqCQ5 @banjois Ah, it's been ages since I read O'Nolan. I have his At Swim-Two-Birds lurking in my library. Will try and… https://t.co/xRcWuXMhNZWord of the day. claque /klak, klɑːk; foreign klak (pl. same)/ noun. ORIGIN: French, from claquer to clap. A hi… https://t.co/NeiQuLBEIZ @narayani_basu @KeralaLitFest When does the book hit the stands? @DalrympleWill @WallaceMuseum What a "most curious" use of "quotation marks"!A breathtaking reconstruction of Julius Caesar taken from his bust in the Vatican Museums. See more on their Facebo… https://t.co/l5v3FzUfCm
Retweeted by Don't PanikWorking the Fire. Rajasthan, late 18th century. Sotheby's. https://t.co/AtQSyXEtQw“entirely new lifeforms...programmable organisms.” https://t.co/lHaNsvmFlN
Retweeted by Don't Panik @betonnie Thanks again!Lotte Lenya, of course, perhaps more well-known in her role as Rosa Klebb in the James Bond movie 'From Russia With… https://t.co/DoWBCljOiYLotte Lenya again, singing Weill's Surabaya Johnny. https://t.co/zdOwRYqlpk"Computationally created virtual beings which act and look like a real humans, with the ability to show emotions an… https://t.co/MoaUG8WTEa
Retweeted by Don't Panik @betonnie No worries. I will look for it. Thank you!Lotte Lenya sings the song, penned by Bertolt Brecht. https://t.co/2fAgeKU7zG
1/14
2020
@betonnie That should be special. Is there a link? The sonic antipode to the tintinnabuli of somebody like Pärt.Willem Breuker Kollektief. Riffing on 'Der Song von Mandelay' by Kurt Weill. Manic! Glad to have seen him live once. https://t.co/3C5ZirleDZ @SupriyaUnniNair @IndiGo6E How absolutely appalling! The fellow sounds like he has anger management issues, and is… https://t.co/S1wOGqh7TgTaal volcano: Lava spews as 'hazardous eruption' feared https://t.co/XmZ2wtQw54
Retweeted by Don't PanikReading this excellent biography by @Samanth_S of the pioneering British scientist JBS Haldane, who became an India… https://t.co/MCzCQz5cTk
Retweeted by Don't PanikAn exquisite Nand by Sarangi great Ut. Nathoo Khan https://t.co/qNkgXXEU3W
Retweeted by Don't PanikThe Saffron Goddess (1600 CE) is a detail from a Minoan fresco depicting a saffron harvest. A mythological griffin… https://t.co/s06jZ1PHxf
Retweeted by Don't PanikI am looking at her picture now—her name remembered still. She is, of course, much older now and, apparently, a dis… https://t.co/yliimYrjOoThe friend is dead now. He had one of those improbable names you find in Kerala, him with a cracked canine tooth an… https://t.co/FGsVYyju5TThen one remembered the long-ago sound of dogs barking at night, how one followed their sound until one's attention… https://t.co/9bPewKUuiMStrange weather for January. At dusk one went out in a T-shirt and came back none the worse. In the morning, a stor… https://t.co/s3qA9RYd6C
1/13
2020
The greatest vocal performance in Raga Shree. Kumar Gandharva reifies its dark twilight foreboding as only he can: https://t.co/VUV9OgFv9i.
Retweeted by Don't PanikRemembering the legendary vocalist, Padma Vibhushan Pt #KumarGandharva ji (8 Apr 1924 – 12 Jan 1992), a genius एकमे… https://t.co/1WDCcoIxah
Retweeted by Don't PanikWord of the day. fatidical /feɪˈtɪdɪk(ə)l, fə-/ adjective. ORIGIN: formed as fatidic + -al1. Prophetic; gifted with prophetic power.In the *really* long term, most of the stars in the Milky Way will be ejected. Through random encounters, individu… https://t.co/zjzO5nfTRv
Retweeted by Don't PanikIn some simulations, Jupiter's gravitational tugs accumulate and pull Mercury off course 3-4 billion years from now… https://t.co/W9dbIuqP5Q
Retweeted by Don't PanikBinary star V Sagittae will explode as a very bright 'nova' by century's end https://t.co/Reus29WtxB
Retweeted by Don't Panik19th century painting from #Marwar of 'Three Maidens, one holding a Veena (Musical instrument), with Deer and Monk… https://t.co/ModFFIfeMP
Retweeted by Don't Panik @DalrympleWill Kali stands over body of Shiva on a pyre, 1800-25 #Kangra. After killing the demons #Kali started a… https://t.co/GOGYgEnfLd
Retweeted by Don't Panik @DalrympleWill In private hands, and now at an exhibition at Bonham's (until the 17th) titled 'In Good Company'.Men of Commerce, and a Well-daggered (Afghan?) Scholar. Circle of Ghulam Ali Khan? Haryana or Delhi. Early 19th Cen… https://t.co/EbbfPWf8tA
1/12
2020
“The secret roaring of coming events reaches them.” – C.P. Cavafy, “The Wise Sense What Is To Come”, translated by… https://t.co/TXywwr0j3r
Retweeted by Don't PanikThe Irish tell the story of a man who arrived at the gates of Heaven and asked to be let in. St Peter says of cours… https://t.co/BMmtAk601k
Retweeted by Don't PanikA beautiful solution of the gravitational 4-body problem. But keep watching, because it's not stable! https://t.co/7ly5pdtMIW
Retweeted by Don't Panik"Algerian history teaches us the reality is, at least, a little more nuanced. It was wealthy north Africans who cru… https://t.co/7br8WUFmK7
Retweeted by Don't Panik @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu I read Krishnamurti at an impressionable age and some perfume lingers (why, last yea… https://t.co/buT8rx9f3z @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu They do become moulds. This is why, I think, such a quest has to be entirely persona… https://t.co/AV79vVM4wY @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu Yes, the truth is likely somewhere in the middle, as always. We were never isolated,… https://t.co/Op0N1bxaxC @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu @KS1729 @swamijisays Yes, but the genius of India has always been to break such moul… https://t.co/O3bLRqXdsL @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu @KS1729 @swamijisays @JoeAgneya That is true, but a scholar like David Pingree, who… https://t.co/SUQQY2mDPF @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu @KS1729 @swamijisays In the end, the cosmotheandric puzzle (as an elder Panikkar mig… https://t.co/WF220BoW0H @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu @KS1729 @swamijisays @JoeAgneya No, I meant what has been catalogued so far in archi… https://t.co/PQXhMMdelM @CynicalMallu @Atmaprajnananda @KS1729 @swamijisays Bizarre, but fascinating. @Sheshnath13 Stories from the Jataka tales, most likely.Prisoners in Shackles from Fraser Album, 1816-20. pic courtesy HFJ #Art #History @DalrympleWill @JAJafrihttps://t.co/FRiB4N4zDP
Retweeted by Don't Panik @Atmaprajnananda @CynicalMallu @KS1729 @swamijisays @JoeAgneya Yes, the loss is incalculable, even as I remain skep… https://t.co/yJOP5Q2cEo
1/11
2020

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