Longer than the English alphabets

While surfing through the net, I came across this name on a obituaty website.

Sivapathasomasuntharalingam!

All in one word with 28 English alphbets.

If dissect the name, one will end up with at least 5 Tamil names.

Siva-patha-soma-sunthara-lingam.

However the trader from Northern Province of Jaffna, Sri Lanka has shorten his name to Sivapatham.

Just wondering how he managed to write his name on a passport form or on the online forms?

Rest in peace Sivapathasomasuntharalingam!

Some light entertainment! šŸ˜Š

What a wealth!

Coming closer to my home.

Cliche!

We remember them in a thousands ways

Many we love taken away too soon,
We remember them in aĀ thousands ways..
In the morning, evening or on a starry night’
On a stranger, a song, place , book or nook
But we remember them in a thousands ways.

Givers & Takers

There areĀ  two kinds of peopleĀ  in the world,

Givers and takers.

Takers will eat better

but the givers will sleep better!

(Read this week – author not known)