Tuesday, August 11, 2015

கூகுள் சி இ ஒ வாக ஒரு தமிழன் சுந்தர் பிச்சை!!

பெப்சி சி இ ஒ, மைக்ரோ சாஃப்ட் சி இ ஒ க்கு அப்புறம் இப்போ கூகுள் சி இ ஒ வாக ஒரு இந்திய அமெரிக்கர் ஆகியிருக்காரு. சுந்தர் பிச்சை, தமிழ் நாட்டில் பொறந்து வளர்ந்த தமிழன் என்பது அதிகப் படியான செய்தி!

இந்தியா சூப்பர் பவர் ஆகுதோ இல்லையோ. நாடு விட்டு நாடு வந்து சாதிக்கிறார்கள் இந்தியர்கள் மற்றும் தமிழர்கள் என்பதென்னவோ உண்மைதான்!


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கூகுள் சி இ ஒ சுந்தர் பிச்சைக்கு வாழ்த்துக்கள்!

16 comments:

Nagendra Bharathi said...

தமிழருக்கு பெருமை

புலவர் இராமாநுசம் said...

வளர்க மேலும்! வாழ்த்துகள்!

திண்டுக்கல் தனபாலன் said...

மேலும் சிறக்க வாழ்த்துகள்...

‘தளிர்’ சுரேஷ் said...

வாழ்த்துக்கள்!

Amudhavan said...

நீங்களும் இம்மாதிரியான ஏதோ ஒரு பொறுப்புக்கு வர வாய்ப்பிருக்கிறதா? இப்போதே வாழ்த்துக்கள்.

Bala Sundara Vinayagam said...

What has his ethnic identity got to do with his achiement? He toiled and moiled all alone to reach this zenith. Why should others come and attrtibute his success to something else?

Venkaraman, the scientist, was awarded Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is an IIT JEE failed and so, went to Cambridge to study and research Chemistry. During all these decades, none knew him and talked about him. But when he won Noble Prize, Tamilians wrote bombastically that a Tamilian had won and they were proud of that fact. Annamalai University claimed that he was their old student.

In his speech given at Chennai, he remarked all the above painfully and asked what these facts have got to do with his labour, which was encouraged only abroad?

Same questions arise here.

Will these Tamilains feel proud or talked about a person from Tamilnadu or Tamil origin American incarcerated abroad for some crime? Kovai-born Rajarathnam is serving sentence in USA for insider trading. Can we talk about that fellow? No we are clever to conceal. We would say, no ! his crime has got nothing to do with his enthncity. He did it alone and only he is to blame, not we.

Success has many fathers. Failure is an orphan.

I find shamlessness in such claim to credit that is rightfully due to others.

-- Bala Sundara Vinayagam

வருண் said...

**** Bala Sundara Vinayagam said...

What has his ethnic identity got to do with his achiement? He toiled and moiled all alone to reach this zenith. Why should others come and attrtibute his success to something else?

Venkaraman, the scientist, was awarded Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is an IIT JEE failed and so, went to Cambridge to study and research Chemistry. During all these decades, none knew him and talked about him. But when he won Noble Prize, Tamilians wrote bombastically that a Tamilian had won and they were proud of that fact. Annamalai University claimed that he was their old student.

In his speech given at Chennai, he remarked all the above painfully and asked what these facts have got to do with his labour, which was encouraged only abroad?

Same questions arise here.

Will these Tamilains feel proud or talked about a person from Tamilnadu or Tamil origin American incarcerated abroad for some crime? Kovai-born Rajarathnam is serving sentence in USA for insider trading. Can we talk about that fellow? No we are clever to conceal. We would say, no ! his crime has got nothing to do with his enthncity. He did it alone and only he is to blame, not we.

Success has many fathers. Failure is an orphan.

I find shamlessness in such claim to credit that is rightfully due to others.

-- Bala Sundara Vinayagam***

WOW!!!

You can look at his in different angle.

* If he makes billion dollar per year, he would not give a penny to you and me and so why should I care?

* People have already identified his caste and his caste label is already being used by some people- despite the fact that he does not seem to claim that caste identity yet.

* He grew up in Tamilnadu and Tamil is his mother tongue. So, he is kind of having a similar mentality like us as he grew up in such a settings. It kind of makes u feel that even WE CAN REACH such a high level. It kind of helps to boost our confidence and younger people's confidence to a "higher level"

வருண் said...

***Nagendra Bharathi said...

தமிழருக்கு பெருமை ***

சில வ்வருடங்கள் முன்னால தமிழ் சசி (தமிழ்மணம் நிர்வாகி) சொன்னார், இந்தியர்கள் அமெரிக்காவில் செய்வதெல்லாம் சும்மா "ரூட்டீன் வொர்க்".. மேலே போறது, பெரிதாக சாதிப்பதெல்லாம் கஷ்டம் என்று என்பதுபோல்..காலம் மாறுகிறது.. :)

வருண் said...

***புலவர் இராமாநுசம் said...

வளர்க மேலும்! வாழ்த்துகள்!**

வருகைக்கும் தங்கள் வாழ்த்துக்களுக்கும் நன்றி ஐயா! :)

வருண் said...

***திண்டுக்கல் தனபாலன் said...

மேலும் சிறக்க வாழ்த்துகள்...***

வாங்க தனபாலன். நன்றி :)

வருண் said...

***'தளிர்’ சுரேஷ் said...

வாழ்த்துக்கள்!***

வாங்க சுரேஷ்! :)

வருண் said...

*** Amudhavan said...

நீங்களும் இம்மாதிரியான ஏதோ ஒரு பொறுப்புக்கு வர வாய்ப்பிருக்கிறதா? இப்போதே வாழ்த்துக்கள்.***

வாங்க சார். :)

கஷ்டம் சார்! :) It is not just talents, Sir. You need to be there at the right place at the right time too. Very few get such a chance. இந்த உயரத்துக்குப் போயிதான் நாம் எதுவும் பெருசா சாதிக்கணும்னு இல்லையே சார். நம்மால் முடிந்த அளவு நிச்சயம் சாதிக்கலாம்னு நினைக்கிறேன். Honestly, I dont think I feel inferior to him in ANY WAY! ;)

Mythily kasthuri rengan said...

** Honestly, I dont think I feel inferior to him in ANY WAY! ;)** tats d spirit:) well said varun

முகுந்த் அம்மா said...

Good post.

To tell you frankly I felt the same when I read about Sundar Pichai. He is like a little representation of all those who came here for living and eventually settled down here. Through hard work, dedication and passion, he came up in life to achieve such a position at a relatively young age.

And, I like the comment from Bala Sundara Vinayagam. His comment tells the truth. In India, I saw many people who try their best to come up in life to get respect in the society. But they wont be recognized/dont get proper recognition. But the same people once they come out of India, and do their achievement, Indian universities/schools starts claiming that the person is from their alumni. And the same people claim that they feel proud of him.

****Honestly, I dont think I feel inferior to him in ANY WAY! ;)*****

I like your sprit.


வருண் said...

***Mythily kasthuri rengan said...

** Honestly, I dont think I feel inferior to him in ANY WAY! ;)** tats d spirit:) well said varun ***

வாங்க மைதிலி! :)

வருண் said...

***And, I like the comment from Bala Sundara Vinayagam. His comment tells the truth. In India, I saw many people who try their best to come up in life to get respect in the society. But they wont be recognized/dont get proper recognition. But the same people once they come out of India, and do their achievement, Indian universities/schools starts claiming that the person is from their alumni. And the same people claim that they feel proud of him.***

Well, he can not hide the fact that he went to schools in TN and graduated from IIT and dropped out of PhD program at Stanford. Politicians and schools he went to, are going to use this situation to take advantage. I believe it happens everywhere not just in India! :)