Some More Books with Six Word Titles Part 10

Here’s my new entry for Debbie’s Six Word Saturday Challenge post. This post is in response to Debbie’s at Travel With Intent blog Six Word Saturday Challenge I hope that y’all enjoy my new post. Today’s post will be about books that have six words in the title part 10. The answer to the question that I posted in last week’s post is that all ten of the books mentioned were all released this year. Can you please comment if you spot what these ten books have in common with each other? Here’s a link to Debbie’s blog post


1.) They Call Me the Night Howler

2.) A Lady’s Guide to Mischief & Murder

3.) The Story of a Ghost Town

4.) The Tracker Hive Academy: Semester Four

5.) The Killer On The Bell Tower

6.) A Hundred Million Years & a Day

7.) Random Sh*t Flying Through The Air

8.) Daphne and Wilma The Dark Deception

9.) The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones

10.) The Drow There and Nothing More

Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #46

This is Shweta’s forty sixth post for her Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. This is my forty sixth entry for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt. This week’s theme word is family.  Here’s a link to Shweta’s blog

1.) I really miss visiting my family.

2.) The Mahabharat is about one family.

3.) Secrets From My Indian Family Kitchen

4.) Valiyachalai Times : That Crazy Iyer Family

5.) Mackenzie Family Christmas by Jennifer Ashley

6.) Malory Family Series by Johanna Lindsey

7.) Sexual Chronicles of a French Family

8.) Did you watch Swiss Family Robinson?

9.) Have you watched We Are Family?

10.) Will you watch Family: Ties of Blood?

Secrets From My Indian Family Kitchen written by Anjali Pathak is a Indian cookbook. Anjali’s adoration of Indian cuisine and proud love for her Indian heritage combined with her cooking, writing and teaching skills, has made this book quite special.

Valiyachalai Times: That Crazy Iyer Family
was written by Deepa Balasubramanian. Six eccentric siblings  named Kris, Ganga, Thamba, Chaya, Balaji and Lakshmi find themselves caught in the trials of life during the pre-independence era under the shadow of their overtly disciplined father.
Mackenzie Family Christmas by Jennifer Ashley: Revisit the Mackenzies in this heartwarming Christmas tale of the New York Times bestselling Mackenzies series. The Mackenzies gather for a clan Christmas and Hogmanay in Scotland. In the chaos of preparations for the celebration–the first of Hart and Eleanor’s married life–one of Ian’s Ming bowls gets broken, and the family scrambles to save the day. Daniel busily runs a betting ring for everything from the hour Eleanor’s baby will arrive, to whether Mac’s former-pugilist valet can win a boxing match. Ian begins a new obsession, and Beth fears that the loss of one of his precious bowls has made him withdraw once more into his private world.
Johanna Helen Lindsey (née Howard lived March 10, 1952 – October 27, 2019) was an American writer of historical romance novels. All of her books reached the New York Times bestseller list, many reaching No. 1. Malory-Anderson Family Saga Series is one of the series that Johanna Lindsey.

Sexual Chronicles of a French Family (is a 2012 French comedy-drama feature film. It was produced and directed by Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr.

Swiss Family Robinson is a 1960 American adventure film starring John Mills, Dorothy McGuire, James MacArthur, Janet Munro, Tommy Kirk, and Kevin Corcoran in a tale of a shipwrecked family building an island home. It was the second feature film based on the 1812 novel The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss, a previous adaptation having been released by RKO Pictures in 1940. Directed by Ken Annakin and shot in Tobago and Pinewood Studios outside London, it was the first widescreen Walt Disney Pictures film shot with Panavision lenses; when shooting in widescreen, Disney had almost always used a matted wide screen or filmed in CinemaScope.

We Are Family is a 2010 Indian drama film directed by Siddharth Malhotra and produced by Karan Johar. The movie features Kajol, Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor in the lead roles, and is an official remake of the 1998 film StepmomIt released worldwide on 3 September 2010, and a day before in India and UAE. Upon release, it received positive reviews from critics. In particular Kajol and Kareena Kapoor’s performance were much acclaimed.

Family (Family – Ties of Blood) is a 2006 Indian Hindi-language action thriller filmdirected by Rajkumar Santoshi. The film features Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Aryeman Ramsay and Bhumika Chawla in lead roles. It was released on January 12, 2006. It was Aryeman Ramsey’s first main role in a film.

My 49th SOCS Entry: Song Words

Here is my forty ninth entry for Linda’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday. Hope y’all enjoy my take on this challenge. I hope all of you are doing well and staying safe & healthy. Here’s a link to Linda’s blog

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS July 11/2020

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “song.” First, find a picture–the closest one to you. Your prompt is the title and/or the lyrics of the first song that comes to mind when you look at the picture. Have fun!

Movies with Song in the Title

1.) Dil Ke Gaana (2015)

2.) Garikincina Gaana (1988)

3.) Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015)

4.) Song of the South (1946)

TV Shows with Song in the Title

1.) Sunset Song (1971)

2.) The Long Song (2018)

3.) Chanti Pillala Patalu

4.) Gaana Bajaana (2018)

Songs with Song in the Title

1.) “Ismart Title Song” by Anurag Kulkarni and Mani Sharma

2.) “The Hook Up Song” by Neha Kakkar, Shekhar Ravjiani, and Vishal–Shekhar

3.) “The Break Up Song” by The Greg Kihn Band

4.) “Love Song” by Sara Bareilles


“Prayer does not use up artificial energy, doesn’t burn up any fossil fuel, doesn’t pollute. Neither does song, neither does love, neither does the dance.”

~ Margaret Mead

“Instinct taught me 20 years ago to pace a song or a concert performance. That translates into pacing a story, pleasing   a   reading   audience.”

~ Jimmy Buffett

“I have been singing since childhood and, over the years, sang songs from different   languages from   India   and   across   the   globe.”

~ Asha Bhosle

“I’ve always tried to avoid electronic music in India because whatever songs I got in the genre I didn’t really enjoy singing them – I didn’t like the arrangements.”

~ Arijit Singh

“I   write   songs    about   stuff   that   I   can’t   really   get past   personally   –   and   then   I   write   a   song   about it   and   I    feel     better.“

~ Amy Winehouse

“I don’t care about the rules. In fact, if I don’t break the rules at least 10 times in   every   song then   I’m   not   doing   my   job   properly.”

~ Jeff Beck

My Song is Suryaputra Karn from the StarPlus Mahabharat tv show.

Kunti’s lullaby song was played n when Karna was born and she sang it again when Suryaputra Karna was dying


Suryadev so gaye, Chhaya Andhera;  – [Sun has slept,and there is dark]
Chup-chaap ye gagan so gyi h dhara..  – [Silently the sky slept and so has earth…]
tu bhi so jaa,Laal mere;  – [u too sleep, my dear]
Kehna na maa ka,tu taal de..  – [dont let ur mother’s words go]
So jaa mere…laaal…re…  – [Sleep down my dear, sleep down]
so ja mere laaal reee…  -[Sleep down my child,sleep down…]


Tu Hriday ka mere,tukraa h;  – [U r the part of my heart]
Mere Naina ka h tu taara…  – [And the star of my eyes]
Meri bhul kshama kr laal mere;  – [Forgive my deeds]
Mera pyaar,tu mera dulaara..   – [My dear, u my child]
Godi meri,mamtaa tarpe;  – [In my lap , my love dies]
kuchh bhi nhi,baas laachaari h..  – [Nothing there,just is circumstances]
So jaa mere…laaal…re…   – [Sleep down my dear, sleep down]
so ja mere laaal reee…   – [Sleep down my child, sleep down]


Suryadev so gaye, Chhaya Andhera;   – [Sun has slept,and there is dark]
Chup-chaap ye gagan so gyi h dhara..   – [Silently the sky slept and so has earth…]
So jaa mere…laaal…re…   – [Sleep down my dear, sleep down]
so ja mere laaal reee…   – [Sleep down my child, sleep down]
So jaa mere…laaal…re…  – [Sleep down my dear, sleep down]
so ja mere laaal reee…  – [Sleep down my child, sleep down ]

Fandango’s Friday Flashback: 07/10/2020

This is my forty sixth entry for Fandango’s Friday Flashback. Here’s a link to Fandango’s blog

I’m going to write about one blog post.

This was a post that I wrote on July 10th, 2014 about a couple of movies that were released on that day. I actually watched four of these movies. All of the other eight movies sounded interesting and I might check them out when I have some time off of work next week. I highly enjoyed watching both Road to Paloma & The Distortion of Sound. Like/Unlike thirty nine weeks ago we had a Bollywood movie and it was released on July 11th, 2014  & like/unlike eight weeks ago we had a Telugu Movie that was also released on July 11th, 2014.

Thursday Inspiration 64

This is my forty second entry for Paula’s Thursday Inspiration. This week’s theme is summer. I hope everyone will enjoy this new post of mine. Here’s a link to Paula’s blog

Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons, falling after spring and before autumn. At or around the summer solstice (about 3 days before Midsummer Day), the earliest sunrise and latest sunset occurs, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice. The date of the beginning of summer varies according to climate, tradition, and culture. When it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere, and vice versa.

Summer is one of the four seasons.Summer or The Summer may also refer to:

  • Summer (1930 film), an animated cartoon by Ub Iwerks
  • Summer (1976 film), an Estonian-Russian film by Arvo Kruusement
  • Summer (1986 film) or The Green Ray, a film by Eric Rohmer
  • Summer (2008 film), an independent UK film by Kenny Glenaan
  • Summer (2011 film), a Chilean film by José Luis Torres Leiva
  • Summer (2018 film), a Russian film

  • Summer (novel), a novel by Edith Wharton (1917)
  • Summer (L’Été), an essay by Albert Camus (1954)


  • Summer (George Winston album), 2008
  • Summer (Harisu album), 2006
  • Summer (Summer Watson album), 2003
  • Summer, a 2003 album by Zhou Xun


  • Summer (Boyfriend EP), 2017
  • Summer (Cassadee Pope EP), 2016
  • Summer (Jon Foreman EP), 2008
  • Summer (Subtle EP), 2001
  • Summer (Tohoshinki EP), 2007
  • Summer EP (Hawk Nelson EP), 2009
  • Summer EP (Sherwood EP), 2006
  • Sum(me:r), a 2019 EP by Pentagon
  • The Summer (EP), a 2009 EP by Never Shout Never


  • “Summer” (Mogwai composition), 1997
  • “Summer” (Calvin Harris song), 2014
  • “Summer” (Cassadee Pope song), 2016
  • “Summer” (Dragon song), 1989
  • “Summer” (Shy Child song), 2007
  • “Summer” (War song), 1976
  • “The Summer” (ATB song), 2000
  • “The Summer” (Josh Pyke song), 2009
  • “Summer (The First Time)”, by Bobby Goldsboro, 1973
  • “Summer” (“L’estate”), the second concerto in Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons
  • “Summer”, by Alien Ant Farm from Anthology
  • “Summer”, by Beatsteaks from Living Targets
  • “Summer”, by Brockhampton from Saturation II
  • “Summer”, by The Carters from Everything Is Love, 2018
  • “Summer”, by Charlotte Hatherley from Grey Will Fade
  • “Summer”, by Dido from Safe Trip Home
  • “Summer”, by Fireworks from Gospel
  • “Summer”, by Imagine Dragons from Smoke + Mirrors
  • “Summer”, by Joe Hisaishi from the soundtrack of Kikujiro
  • “Summer”, by Marsheaux from Lumineux Noir
  • “Summer”, by Marshmello from Joytime
  • “Summer”, by Moby from Play: The B Sides
  • “Summer”, by Modest Mouse from The Fruit That Ate Itself
  • “Summer”, by Modestep
  • “Summer”, by Parah Dice, 2019
  • “Summer”, by Smashing Pumpkins from the single “Perfect”
  • “Summer”, by Sum 41 from Half Hour of Powerand All Killer No Filler

  • Summer (Claus), an 1893 painting by Emile Claus
  • Summer (Goya), a 1786–87 painting by Francisco de Goya
  • Summer, a 1572 painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo

  • _Summer (visual novel), by Hooksoft (2005)
  • “Summer”, a story arc in the visual novel Air (2000)

  • The Summer Company, an American theatre company based in Pittsburgh
  • Virgil C. Summer Nuclear Generating Station, a facility in South Carolina, USA

  • Summer (given name), an English feminine first name, including a list of people with the name
  • Summer (surname), a family name, including a list of people with the name
  • Summer XO (born 1982), American singer and visual artist known as Summer before 2013
  • Summer Watson (born 1977), British operatic soprano who released her self-titled debut album Summer in 2003

  • Adder (electronics) or summer, a circuit that sums numbers
  • Bressummer or summer, a beam used in building construction

Some Summer Haikus

1.) Have you ever heard

the Hindi song “Indian

Summer” by Jai Wolf?

2.) In middle school and

high school I was friends with a

girl named Summer Smith.

3.) Did you ever watch

the Summer of Dreams movie

on the Hallmark Channel ?

4.) I have always loved

to go swimming during the

summer months each year.

5.) Will you ever read

the book One Summer in Shimla

written by Vishwa Arup?

6.) I have so many

memories of attending

weddings in summer.


“I was lucky enough not to face any required summer reading lists until I went to college. So I still think of summer as the best time to read for fun.”

~ Margaret Haddix

“The sweltering summer of the Negro’s legitimate discontent will not pass until there is an invigorating autumn of freedom and equality.”

~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

“My mother was willing to support art as a summer program for me. She never supported it as a career decision until I won the National Gallery Portrait Competition.”

~ Amy Sherald

“The Recovery Act is working, but it’s going to continue to work. It’s not over. A lot’s going to happen this summer. And even after the summer, there’s more to come with the act.”

~  Joe Biden

“Above us our palace waits, the only one I’ve ever needed. Its walls are space, its floor is sky, its center everywhere. We rise; the shapes cluster around us in welcome, dissolving and forming again like fireflies in a summer evening.”

~ Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

“My dad & my   brother   were   more   keen   on football,   but   I   used   to   play   canvas-ball   cricket while   at   school   in   Ranchi,   &   we   would   have cricket   coaching   camps   in   the   summer vacations.   That’s   how   I   started.”

~ MS Dhoni

“I love feminine soft shades for summers – I like pastels and bright hues, too. I like summer dresses and tank tops; I think they never go out of style. As much as I’m happy with Western wear for red carpet and social dos, I also like Indian ethnic wear for special occasions.”

~ Yami Gautam

“As     a     child     growing       up       in       Bucks     County,   Pennsylvania,       my       connection       to     my     Indian     roots       came       from       summer     visits       to     New       Delhi     where       my     grandparents       lived.”

~ Ro Khanna

“Shakespeare is renewed each time you see it or read it. I’ve seen ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ so many times, & each time it’s a little different, or a different line   leaps   out   at   me.   It’s   like   re-reading   a   good   book   over   &   over,   always noticing   something   you   hadn’t   seen   the   time before   –   &   that’s   rare.”

~ Michelle Dockery

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in   the   shade.”

~ Charles Dickens

“He is only a commander, it is true, made last summer, and these are bad times for getting on, but he has not another fault that I know of.”

~ Jane Austen

“We need to be realistic. There is very little we can do now to stop the ice from disappearing from the North Pole in the summer. We probably cannot prevent the melting of the permafrost and the resulting release of methane. In addition, I fear that we may be too late to help the oceans maintain their ability to absorb carbon dioxide.”

~ Prince Charles

Nurturing Thursday: Plugging Along

I hope y’all enjoy my forty sixth entry for Becca’s Nurturing Thursday Challenge. This week’s theme is Plugging Along. Here’s a link to Becca’s Blog

Nurturing Thursday was started by Becca Givens to “give this planet a much needed shot of fun, support and positive energy!” I thank her for starting a challenge that will help us get through the difficulties that we all face. Thanks Becca for doing something to help everyone feel better especially since this world has been so cruel lately.

Four Songs that mention Plugging Along

Some Pictures and some Quotes about Plugging Along


“Having an audience is almost like plugging me into an electrical outlet. People feed me so much of their energy. We have a great time. It’s all about the fellowship.”

~ Paula Deen

“Now that I’ve established myself in a drama, I’m plugging away, trying to get the attention of people who do the independent movies and the features.”

~ Shemar Moore

“The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of tiny pushes of each honest worker.”

~ Helen Keller

“The shift to a cleaner energy economy wont happen overnight, and it will require tough choices along the way. But the debate is settled. Climate change is a fact.”

~ Barack Obama

“Lots of us have been plugging   away,   building a  platform  to  talk about   libertarian  communism and post-scarcity   economics.”

~ Ash Sarkar

“You never know when the break is going to come, so you   have   to   keep   plugging   away.”

~ Jinder Mahal

I want to do a good, high-tech-commercial-action film. Something along the lines of Bollywood’s ‘Dhoom.’”

~ Shweta Menon

“Remain calm, serene, always in command of yourself. You will then find out how easy it is to get along.”

~ Paramahansa Yogananda

“When     I’m     on     a     roll     nothing     makes     me  happier     or     feel     more     satisfied,     like   plugging     in,     life   makes     sense.”

~ Beth Orton

“Look, people are allowed their own opinions and they don’t always coincide with yours. As an artist you just have   to   keep   plugging   on.”

~ Sir Paul McCartney

“I was fourteen years old when I went to my first suffrage meeting. Returning from school one day, I met my mother just setting out for the meeting, & I begged her to let me go along.”

~ Emmeline Pankhurst

“There, in the chords & melodies, is everything I want to say. The words just jolly it along. It’s always been my way of expressing what, for me, is inexpressible by any other means.”

~ David Bowie

One Liner Wednesday: That feeling when

This is my forty third post for Linda’s One Liner Wednesday Challenge. This week’s challenge is That feeling when or just random funny and inspirational one liners. I tried to make it one liners but some are two liners. Hope everyone is doing well, staying home, and staying safe. Here’s a link to Linda’s blog

One-Liner Wednesday, July 8th – That feeling when…

Some That feeling when pictures and quotes

I’d like to reinforce that fact that if you put out positive stuff that that’s what you get back.”

~ Tina Knowles

“I   love   that   feeling,   that   feeling   of   team.”

~ Kay Cannon

“I     hate     losing.     I     hate      that       feeling.”

~ Lamar Jackson

“When   I’m   funny   is   when    I’m     angriest.”

~ Lewis Black

“The best feeling is when you are remembered for the character you play on the screen and people associate you with that character. There is no better feeling than that feeling.”

~ Deepika Padukone

“People are wrong when they say that there is struggle in Bollywood. That is only when you don’t have the talent. If you have talent, Bollywood comes to you.”

~ Yo Yo Honey Singh

When I am in India, I feel pampered. However, when I am In Georgia, I am on my own, as I have to cook & do things all by myself. However, that gives me an independent feeling.

~ Sai Pallavi

“I have to accept challenges   wherever   I   play.  Be   it,   India,   U-19,   state   of   T20   Leagues,   I   have   to accept   the   challenges   the   same   way   I   do   when   I   play   for   India.”

~ Prithvi Shaw

“That   callousness   that   comes   from   feeling   like you   have   to    survive     on     your     own     –   I      really   empathized     with     that.”

~ Jodie Turner-Smith

“That hunger of the flesh, that longing for ease, that terror of incarceration, that insistence on tribal honour being obeyed: all of that exists, and it exists everywhere.”

~ Ben Kingsley

“Being   engaged   was   the   best   feeling   in   the world    –   that   someone   wants   to   spend   the   rest  of    their     life     with     you.”

~ Caroline Flack

“Men are April when they woo, December when they wed. Maids are May when they are maids, but the sky changes when they are wives.”

~ William Shakespeare

Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge: In The Stillness


This is my first post for the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge on Go Dog Go Cafe’s blog. Here’s the link to this week’s Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge

Go Dog Go Cafe has this fun Tuesday writing prompt that I enjoy, I just like adding pictures to help inspire me. Devereaux Frazier and Beth Amanda are currently hosting the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge which was started by our star writer Christine Ray. The prompts are designed to be quick challenges that can be written in 10 to 15 minutes,  inspire you creatively, are fun, and get everyone interacting.

Today’s prompt: Write a poem or piece of prose around the words “in the stillness”.

As you read the many who play along, remember the stillness of the new day and try to always start with kindness. It will make your day be filled with imagination and love.

My Haikus

1.) Mata Kunti went to

her firstborn son Karna in the

stillness of the night.

2.) In the stillness of

the court Bhima vowed to kill his

Kaurava cousins.

3.) Karna was placed in the

basket by his mom while in

the stillness of sleep.

4.) The Pandavas hearts break

in the stillness of finding

out Kunti’s main secret.

Some Pictures from both Mahabharat shows

Color Your World: Mountain Meadow

This post is my forty sixth entry for Tourmaline’s Color Your World Challenge and this week’s color is Mountain Meadow. I hope y’all enjoy reading my new post. Hope y’all are staying safe and healthy! Here’s a link to Tourmaline’s blog

Color Your World: Mountain Meadow

The color mountain meadow with hexadecimal color code #30ba8f is a shade of green-cyan. In the RGB color model #30ba8f is comprised of 18.82% red, 72.94% green and 56.08% blue. In the HSL color space #30ba8f has a hue of 161° (degrees), 59% saturation and 46% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 508.05 nm. The hexadecimal color #30ba8f has RGB values of R:48, G:186, B:143 and CMYK values of C:0.74, M:0, Y:0.23, K:0.27. Its decimal value is 3193487.

The hexadecimal color code #1AB385 is a shade of green-cyan. In the RGB color model #1ab385 is comprised of 10.2% red, 70.2% green and 52.16% blue. In the HSL color space #1ab385 has a hue of 162° (degrees), 75% saturation and 40% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 509.58 nm. HSV value (or HSB Brightness) of color is 0.7% and HSV saturation: 0.85%. Process color model (Four color, CMYK) of #1AB385 is Cyan = 0.85, Magento= 0, Yellow = 0.26 and Black (K on CMYK) = 0.30.

#14B38B (or 0x14B38B) is unknown color: approx Mountain Meadow. HEX triplet: 14, B3 and 8B. RGB value is (20,179,139). Sum of RGB (Red+Green+Blue) = 20+179+139=338 (44% of max value = 765). Red value is 20 (8.20% from 255 or 5.92% from 338); Green value is 179 (70.31% from 255 or 52.96% from 338); Blue value is 139 (54.69% from 255 or 41.12% from 338); Max value from RGB is 179 – color contains mainly: green. is not a web safe color. Web safe color analog (approx): #00CC99. Inversed color of #14B38B is #EB4C74. Grayscale: #7E7E7E. Windows color (decimal): -15420533 or 9155348. OLE color: 9155348. HSL color Cylindrical-coordinate representation of color #14B38B: hue angle of 164.91º degrees, saturation: 0.8, lightness: 0.39%. HSV value (or HSB Brightness) of color is 0.7% and HSV saturation: 0.89%. Process color model (Four color, CMYK) of #14B38B is Cyan = 0.89, Magento= 0, Yellow = 0.22 and Black (K on CMYK) = 0.30.

Movies with Mountain in the Title

1.) The Holy Mountain (1973)

2.) Manjhi – The Mountain Man (2015)

3.) Agni Parvatam (1985)

4.) Brokeback Mountain (2005)

5.) The Mountain (1956)

6.) Cold Mountain (2003)

7.) The Black Mountain (1970)

8.) Everest Parvatam (2019)

9.) Prem Parvat (1973)

10.) The Mountain Between Us (2017)

TV Shows with Mountain in the Title

1.) Under the Mountain (1981)

2.) Mountain Men (2012)

3.) High Mountain Rangers (1987)

4.) Mountain Monsters (2013)

5.) Mountain Season 3 Episode 7 Eyewitness (1997)

6.) Blue Mountain State (2010)

7.) Hidden India: Land of Mountains (2015)

8.) The Mountain (2004)

9.) Wildest India Western Ghats: Monsoon Mountains (2012)

10.) Ganges Episode 1 Daughter of the Mountains (2007)

Books with Mountain in the Title

1.) Mountain Laurel by Jude Deveraux

2.) Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx

3.) The Mountain Valley War by Louis L’Amour

4.) Rocky Mountain Miracle by Christine Feehan

5.) Scorpion Mountain by John Flanagan

6.) The Mountain of Shiva by Karan Singh

7.) Hanuman’s Journey to the Medicine Mountain by Vatsala Sperling

8.) Mountain on a Little Finger by Nandakumar and Madhurya Lila

9.) The Lure of Uttarakhand Mountains by Dr. Murli Manohar Pathak

10.) Circling the Sacred Mountain : A Spiritual Adventure Through the Himalayas by Bhagwan Shri Hamsa & W.B. Yeats

Bands or Singers/Musicians or Artists with Mountain in the Name

1.) Mountain

2.) Yonder Mountain String Band

3.) Mountain The Band

4.) Quimby Mountain Band

5.) This Mountain

6.) Big Mountain

7.) Desert Mountain Tribe

8.) Parvati & Shrikant (Parvati is the Hindi word for of the mountain)

9.) Purple Mountains

10.) Parvati

Songs with Mountain in the Name

1.) “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye

2.) “Misty Mountains” by Richard Armitage and The Dwarf Cast

3.) “My Tennessee Mountain Home” by Dolly Parton

4.) “Wild Mountain Honey” by Steve Miller Band

5.) “Moving Mountains” by Usher

6.) “Parvaton Mein Give Me Mountains” by The ACE Album

7.) “Oonche Parvat Wali Mata”  by Mohammed Aziz

8.) “Kailash Parvat Se Chale Mahadev” by Narendra Chanchal

9.) “Ide Ide Ragulutunna Agni Parvatam” by

10.) “Shri Shiv – Parvati Stuti” by Pundit Jasraj

Production Companies with Mountain in the Title

1.) Mountain Path Productions

2.) Mountain Movers Inc

3.) Mountain Top Entertainment

4.) Mountain View Productions

5.) Minnow Mountain

6.) Parvati Productions

7.) Parvati Productions Ltd

8.) Annapurna Studios (Annapurna is another name for Parvati and Parvati means of the mountain)

9.) Parvati Industries

10.) Parvati Films

Companies with Mountain in the Title

1.) Garland Mountain Grill

2.) Stone Mountain Pizza Cafe

3.) Stone Mountain Public House

4.) Blue Ridge Mountain Bar-B-Q 

5.) Parvati Restaurant

6.) Maa Parvati Restaurant

7.) Parvati

8.) Shiva & Parvati

9.) Mountain Express Oil Company

10.) The Mountain Company

Movies with Meadow in the Title

1.) Red Meadows (1945)

2.) Meadowland (2015)

3.) The Great Meadow (1931)

4.) The Meadows (2020)

5.) The Meadow of Things (1988)

TV Shows with Meadow in the Title

1.) Meadowcroft (1982)

2.) Meadowlands (2007)

3.) Katri, Girl of the Meadows (1984)

4.) Black River Meadow (2018)

5.) Fairmeadows, U.S.A. (1951)

Books with Meadow in the Title

1.) Snakes in the Meadows by Ayaz Kohli

2.) Saving Meadow by Riley Edwards

3.) The King’s  Meadow Romance Collection by Robin Lee Hatcher

4.) Far In The Meadows And Other Poems by Meenakshi Raina

5.) Why Meadow Died: The People and Policies That Created The Parkland Shooter and Endanger America’s Students by Andrew Pollack & Max Eden

Bands or Singers/Musicians or Artists with Meadow in the Name

1.) Meadow

2.) Dead Meadow

3.) Blue Meadow

4.) Slow Meadow

5.) Black Meadow

Songs with Meadow in the Name

1.) “Kar Har Maidaan Fateh” by Sukhwinder Singh & Shreya Ghoshal

2.) “Birds of the Meadow” by Josh Ritter

3.) “Childhood Is a Meadow” by Perry Como

4.) “Meadows Of Heaven” by Nightwish

5.) “Green Meadow” by Michael Averill

Production Companies with Meadow in the Title

1.) Meadowlark Productions

2.) Meadowpark Pictures

3.) Meadow Productions

4.) Bellmeadows Enterprises

5.) Meadowlane Productions

Companies with Meadow in the Title

1.) Meadow Village Restaurant

2.) Lord of the Drinks Meadow

3.) Meadow’s Restaurant

4.) The Meadow

5.) Modern Meadow

Movies with Mountain Meadow in the Title

1.) Burying the Past: Legacy of the Mountain Meadows Massacre (2004)

2.) Mountain Meadows Massacre (2001)

TV Shows with Mountain Meadow in the Title

1.) The Real West Season 2 Episode 1 Mountain Meadows Massacre (1993)

2.) Mountain Meadow Ranch Session C Video (2018)

Books with Mountain Meadow in the Title

1.) Mountain Meadow by John Buchan

2.) KheerGanga Parvati Valley Trek for the First-Timers – A Complete Guide by Anjali Chawla (KheerGanga is a serene meadow in the Parvati Valley situated at 2960 m where Shiva is said to have meditated for 3000 years.)

Bands or Singers/Musicians or Artists with Mountain Meadow in the Name

1.) Meadow Mountain

2.) Mountain Meadows Music

Songs with Mountain Meadow in the Name

1.) “Mountain Meadow” by Brian Crain

2.) “On the Mountain Meadows” by Kurbasy

Production Companies with Mountain Meadow in the Title

1.) Mountain Meadows Mushroom Farm

2.) Mountain Meadow Productions

Companies with Mountain Meadow in the Title

1.) Mountain Meadow Cafe

2.) Mountain Meadow Herbs