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A poetic pilgrimage
Kavi Namana takes its readers on an unusual trip, writes BAGESHREE S.
His little community world
K.V. Subbanna, who has been conferred with the Padma Shri this year, has in the quiet ways of Malnad, reversed the unidirectional flow of cultural, literary and intellectual energies, writes RAJENDRA CHENNI
IF YOU have a wavering mind and don't have a clue how to bring some focus to it, check out Sqdn. Ldr. Jayasimha's books Train Your Brain and Life Will Never Be The Same Again. Train Your Brain, as the cover claims, ...
R.A. Ramamani's concert at Sri Kannika Parameshwari Temple, Malleshwaram, under the aegis of Nadajyothi Sri Thyagarajaswamy Bhajana Sabha filled the air with her robust voice and her felicitous odyssey into the mandra, madhya, and tara sthayis. ...
A string of events
RANADHEERA KANTEERAVA, a historical play was staged recently at Kalamandira, Mysore, by Kalapriya. Umesh, an educationist and a well-known theatre person, directed the play with aplomb. The play depicts the loyalty of Mannama Gowda, who had to ...
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