I would like to dedicate the blog to a tribal boy who brought our region into the limelight in 1960 and coveted “Oscar” came straightway to the lap of the Swedish director Arne Suksdorff for his short movie titled “Jungle Saga” which featured the tiger boy called Chendru Mandavi of Narayanpur. Narayanpur is located about… Continue reading Chendru: The boy and the Tiger
I am writing to make you familiar with the importance of the festival. Well, it is mainly celebrated to honour the Guru. Guru literally means a spiritual guide or teacher that paves the way for ignorant. The word has its root from the Sanskrit which describes “Gu” as the darkness or ignorance and “Ru” means… Continue reading Guru Purnima
There was a time when the discrimination on the basis of the caste, creed and religion were high, a particular group of saints landed on the earth to create harmony among the people who were fighting against each other. One such legendary figure was the mystic poet and philosopher, saint Kabir Das who was said… Continue reading Kabir Das
Independence Day in our country is approaching fast. Nation is ready to celebrate the moment with great zeal and enthusiasm. We celebrate August 15 as our independence day as on the day in 1947, India got its freedom from the colonial power. Many political leaders and revolutionary groups had been battling for centuries together to liberate our country.