Friday, 13 February 2009

Romance from the past

This is a video from a Hindi movie called Jodha Akbar

Jodhaa Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience that gave birth to true love between a great Mughal emperor, Akbar, (Muslim) and a Rajput (Hindu) princess, Jodhaa.

The song sequence takes one into the charming world of a Mughal Palace

12 Fertilize my soul:

Julie said...

I enjoyed the video, I loved the hidden glances between them, and he is very handsome, LOL

Felisol said...

People say love is a 20th century phenomenon.
I say love always was, always will be.
From Felisol

Felisol said...

People say love is a 20th century phenomenon.
I say love always was, always will be.
From Felisol

Sita said...

Hey Amrita,
I remember going to see Indian movies when I was a kid...usually with my uncles...enjoyed the college here once, there was this Pakistani guy who had a crush on me (nuts!) and he would follow me and sing these Indian was so annoying!..not the songs...him!
Ah well!
Happy Valentines Day!

Aphra said...

Very Sweet. Wishing you a good week :)

Jan said...

I enjoyed that a lot, Amrita. India is so colorful and the people are beautiful (like you)! Here in Mexico the 14th of February is Friendship and Love Day. Happy Friendship Day, my new friend!

monsoon-dreams said...

hi amrita,
beautiful blog layout!
i love that song from jodha akbar,really melodious.
thanks for ur comments and mails,dear.thay mean a lot.

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Hi dear friend Amrita,

Thanks for the interesting movie:)

Happy weekendwishes and,
Happy Valentine wishes for you , your family and friends, from JoAnn's D Eyes /Holland

Pat said...

Happy Valentines Day...I love your heart filled background!

Michelle said...

Great post. Have a Happy Valetines Day friend. :)

agoodlistener said...

Amrita--you are quite the romantic, aren't you? Happy Valentine's Day!

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello Amrta :)

Greetings !

This is an excellent post of love and intermarriage. The words in the song touches the heart.

It is appropriate that you are posting this post of great love on the eve of valentines day. Several moral policing outfits like Ram sena, Bajrang dal are creating so much problems for young people in love. I hope better sense will prevail upon them.

I wonder whether Jodha Akbar had children. If so what religion they would have followed. Is it possible for a Hindu woman to adapt to Muslim religion or love will conquer all religious problems?

I am thrilled to know you and I hope we will continue to interact.

Have a nice day :)