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Naveen Chinthakaaya

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Lost Temples of India


When people think of India, they think of the Taj Mahal, Shāh Jahān’s eternal memorial dedicated to his wife Mumtāz Mahal. But there is a more ancient and secret India hidden deep in its tropical jungles, with one of the greatest building efforts in the human [record]. History has produced thousands of strange and mysterious temples that are today lost and forgotten. This is India's Deep South, a land of emerald green rice fields and immense palm forests, where every few miles temples soar toward the heavens in the countryside

Here, over a thousand year ago, 985 AD to be exact, Rajaraja Cholan became King of the Chola Dynasty. His original name was Arunmozhivarman, and his title was Rajakesari Varman or Mummudi-Sola-Deva. He was the second son of the Parantaka Cholan II. His capital was the city of Thanjavur. Thanjavur was the royal city of the Cholas, Nayaks, and the Mahrattas. Thanjavur derives its name from Tanjan-an asura (giant), who according to local legend devastated the neighbourhood and was killed by Sri Anandavalli Amman and the God Vishnu.

Rajaraja Cholan was one of the greatest kings of India, and in the south he embarked on one of the largest building plans in the history of mankind that still continues till this day. He and his successors moved more stone then the great pyramid of Giza.

The extent of the Temple Grounds is so large that over 200 Taj Mahal’s can fit into it.
Naveen ~ Chinthakaaya

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Launch of ING Market Shield Monthly Mode






Dear Colleagues,


Our favorite unit linked plan, ING Market Shield is now even more exciting with the addition of Monthly Premium Payment mode. We are happy to announce that logins for the monthly mode will start immediately.


ING Market Shield has become our top-selling ULIP by addressing the following investment dilemmas that retail investors face in a unique way:

·         Inflation is almost as high as interest rates ==> ING Market Shield offers continuous equity exposure for higher long term returns

·         Equity markets are highly volatile in our globalized world ==> ING Market Shield limits downside with an anytime guarantee available whenever its needed most

·         Equity investment is affordable for wealthy investors alone  ==> ING Market Shield now starts at minimum monthly premium of Rs. 3,000


IRDA's approval on ING Market Shield (now with Monthly Mode) speaks a lot:

In recent months, we have received several queries about the news in the media about the Regulator's intentions to ban highest NAV plans. This is where ING Market Shield's investment strategy has allowed us to stand apart from the highest NAV plans whose equity exposure goes down during the policy term. This recent approval from IRDA approval of our modified ING Market Shield is the strongest testimonial yet for ING Market Shield's superior product offering.


Armed with this fresh approval and the monthly mode, we can now pull out all stops to make ING Market Shield the first choice for any ULIP customer. Wish you all the best for a fantastic launch and a smashing June closing!


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Friday, June 1, 2012


….. Soybean …..

Soybean has great health benefits. Packed with protein, carbohydrates and healthy fats, this legume provides your body with an ample energy source. Discover the soybean's protective properties for cardiovascular health, cancer, osteoporosis and menopause.


Your body needs protein, which is a complex organic compound made up of amino acids, for basic cell function. Complete proteins contain the nine essential amino acids. As Medline Plus explains, your body can't synthesize this essential amino acid, so food is your only source. Soybeans are higher in protein than all other legumes and are the only plant source of complete protein.


Substituting saturated fat sources with unsaturated fats may help lower your cholesterol levels. Elevated serum cholesterol levels lead to atherosclerosis and the increased risk for heart disease. The National Soybean Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois says the oil derived from soybeans contains no cholesterol and is a source of polyunsaturated fat. Soybean oil is a rich source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including the two essential fatty acids called linoleic acid and linoleic acid. These two essential fatty acids are precursors to hormones that regulate smooth muscle contractions and blood pressure. Because your heart is a muscle, there is significance in this health benefit. Soybeans are a source of soluble fiber, which can help lower cholesterol levels and potentially reduce the risk for heart disease.


Soybeans are a source of insoluble fiber, which adds bulk to stools and helps waste pass quickly through the digestive tract. According to the Mayo Clinic, a high-fiber diet normalizes bowel movements and promotes digestive health. Adding soybeans to your diet may prevent colon cancer, diverticular disease, constipation and hemorrhoids.


Soybeans have a high concentration of calcium, which is a mineral crucial to bone health. Soybeans contain isoflavones, which are substances that have a chemical structure very similar to estrogen. Isoflavones info says isoflavones can interfere as well as activate the activity of your own estrogen. During menopause, when estrogen levels drop, isoflavones bind to the estrogen receptors in cells and ease the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes. The isoflavones in soybeans increase bone density in women and offer protection against osteoporosis.

By: Naveen ~ Chinthakaaya


……. Turmeric …….

Turmeric is a valuable herb extensively used in Ayurveda. Turmeric is used extensively in India, Nepal, Middle East, Moroccan, African and Southeast Asian cookery, considered a cleansing herb for the whole body; it gives energy and grants prosperity. The finger like stalk is scalded, dried and used for medicinal preparations. In addition, turmeric is great for the skin. So before investing in an expensive beauty product, take a look in your kitchen.

Health Benefits of Turmeric

  • It is an excellent natural antibiotic.
  • It strengthens digestion, prevents the formation of gas and helps to improve large intestinal flora.
  • It purifies the blood, aids digestion of protein and promotes proper metabolism in the body.
  • Turmeric is used in treatment for fever and mild stomach upset.
  • It is also used in infection, arthritis, dysentery, jaundice and other liver problems.
  • It is used to treat chest congestion, menstrual discomforts and many more ailments.
  • It helps to relieve carpel tunnel syndrome, joint inflammation and prevent cancer.
  • It is also extensively used in treating cough problem. Add a pinch or two of turmeric to warm milk to soothe respiratory ailments such as cough or asthma.

Some Important Home Remedies

  • It helps your skin tone and color. Simply apply a little turmeric mixed with cucumber juice or lemon to the affected area. Leave for 15 minutes and wash off. Do this every day, and gradually you will notice your skin color returning to normal.

  • Take a ½ inch piece of turmeric and boil it with half a glass of milk. Once the milk has turned yellow, remove from fire, let it cool slightly, and sip this. This will cure numerous ailments. Women especially should drink this every night, as it strengthens bones and reduces the risk of developing osteoporosis.

  • Turmeric is a wonderful body scrub. It leaves your skin soft, smooth and glowing.

  • It is an excellent anti-oxidant, which essentially means that it stabilizes unstable oxygen molecules. These are known as free radicals, and are what cause damage to cells, leading to aging and various other diseases such as cancer.

Naveen ~ Chinthakaaya

Red Cabbage

…..Red cabbage…..

Red cabbage is a vegetable packed with goodness. Though its taste may not appeal to everyone, it is a wonder vegetable that can benefit your body, mind and heart. Take a look at how this gem of a vegetable can promote physical well-being.

1. Low in fat: Red cabbage is low in calories, and is a rich source of vitamins and minerals.

2. Anti-aging effects: Red cabbage is a wonderful source of Vitamin C, which helps in anti-oxidation and is therefore involved in maintaining beautiful skin and delaying aging naturally. The outer leaves are rich in Vitamin E, which aids in producing a glowing complexion.

3. Good for the Eyes and Skin: Red cabbage is a rich source of vitamin A, which is involved in maintaining clear eye sight. Vitamin A also acts as a natural moisturizer, keeping your skin smooth and supple.

4. Boosts Immunity: Red cabbage is an abundant source of Vitamin E, and thus helps in immunity building, DNA repair, and other metabolic processes. Red Cabbage boosts the immune system’s ability to produce more antibodies.

5. Cleanses the body: Red cabbage contains large quantities of sulfur, and other minerals that work as cleansing agents for the digestive system. Raw red cabbage (incorporated into your diet in salads) cleans the bowels, thus preventing indigestion and constipation

6. Anti-cancer properties: Researchers have recently identified 36 different varieties of anti- cancer chemicals in red cabbage. This beneficial property is due to the high content of anthocyanins, a class of flavonoids that has been linked to cancer protection. Some varieties of anthocyanins have double the antioxidant effect of vitamin C. Red cabbage is also a good source of indoles, compounds that may reduce the risk of breast cancer by altering estrogen metabolism.

7. Prevents Osteoporosis: Like many other vegetables, red cabbage is a good source of calcium. Calcium is an essential mineral for people of every age, as it aids in the strengthening of bones and teeth. Proper intake of calcium-rich foods at a young age is important to help overcome osteoporosis during old age.

8. Reduces Alzheimer’s risk: The building up of certain plaques in the brain is found to be the main cause of Alzheimer’s disease. In a study conducted by researchers, the consumption of red cabbage in test individuals noticeably reduced the formation of these plaques. Red cabbage, unlike white or green varieties, has a higher concentration of natural anthocyanins that helps protect against this form of dementia.

9. Treating Ulcers: Red cabbage is believed to have therapeutic value in the treatment of ulcers. The juice of red cabbage has been used in the treatment of ulcers for many years. A high concentration of the amino acid called glutamine is responsible for this healing property.

‘Eat your greens’ is what we say to kids, meaning eat your green vegetables. Maybe it is time we modify this saying to ‘Eat your greens AND reds”, for red veggies also have abundant goodness in them.

By: Naveen ~ Chinthakaaya