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Veteran RSS Pracharak Prakash Kamath passed away

Bengaluru. Veteren RSS pracharak Prakash Kamath breathed his last at Belagavi. He was 70. He was been treated at a private hospital at Belagavi for he succumbed to paralysis stroke recently. He is survived by his two brothers and a sister. Due to health troubles, he was relieved from his responsibilities of Vanavasi Kalyan ashram three years ago. After that he was staying in Kumta, Uttar Kannada. He had mov ...

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Three Samskrita books released

Bengaluru. Three Samskrita books were released in a program organised at Aksharam, Samskrita Bharati karyalaya, Bengaluru on Saturday, 20 April 2019. Smt. Sudha Murthy of the Infosys foundation released the books. Addressing the audience she urged that introducing Kalidasa and Bhasa into academics fully is the need of the hour. We are failing in teaching our future generation on the importance of literature ...

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Ours is a society which assimilates all beliefs and ways of worship – M.R. Venkatesh

Bengaluru. ‘Facets of Terrorism in India’ book authored by Former Intelligence Bureau official RN Kulkarni was launched by in Bengaluru on 16th March, 2019. The guests on the dais included MR Venkatesh, Eminent chartered accountant, writer and speaker, Dr MS Chaitra, Director of Aarohi and researcher, and Santosh GR, Convenor of FIRST. The event started with a detailed introduction to the guests and book by ...

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Revamp education system to include Indian values – M. Venkaiah Naidu

New Delhi. Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said quality education was one of the most potent ways to reduce poverty, achieve gender equality, and create more jobs. He said that improving the quality of education, revamping the curriculum to teach Indian values and transforming classrooms into centres of joyful learning was the way forward. Addressing the gathering after inaugurating the CMR University ...

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‘Walking God’ Of Karnataka No More, Siddaganga Math’s Shivakumara Swamiji Passes Away At 111

Tumakuru. Shivakumara Swamiji of Siddaganga Mutt in Tumakuru, Karnataka, breathed his last on the auspicious Monday. He was 111 years old. Also known as the Walking God, he was currently being treated at the Siddaganga Hospital in Tumakuru. Recently, the seer underwent a liver bypass and gall bladder removal surgery at the Dr. Rela Institute and Medical Centre in Chennai in December 2018. Born on April 1, 1 ...

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Sanskrit an Inalienable part of our life – Javagal Shrinath

Bengaluru. The root of all Bharatiya languages is Sanskrit. Hence, knowingly or unknowingly, we use Sanskrit in our lives daily, said former cricketer Javagal Srinath while inaugurating the Ujjivini, an Exhibition organised as part of Sanskrit Sanjeevini. The two-day conclave was organised by Sanskrit Bharati from January 4 to 5. Union Minister Ananthkumar Hegde, former CBI Director DR Kartikeyana and organ ...

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Save Temple Traditions – “Unified voice, collective intellectual fight is the need of the hour” – Panelists at Organiser event

There has been a focused effort to wipe out traditional Hindu practices by many forces in the nation and temples have been made target time and again. The Hindu temples were not mere places of worship and stood as a place of peace, harmony, imbuing art, music and culture. The panel discussion arranged by 'Organiser' was to debate those with the help of elite people who were working on the ground to revive t ...

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Veteran Kannada writer S.L. Bhyrappa condemns Sabarimala incident

Mysore. Expressing displeasure over the entry of two women in the Sabarimala temple, Veteran Kannada writer S.L. Bhyrappa said that one should not target the religious practices followed by the people. Speaking to the media after a book launch ceremony, the Kannada Novelist condemned the entry of two women and stated that matter associated with the faith and religious sentiments should not be dragged into t ...

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Sabarimala not a case of fundamental right but following temple traditions

Bengaluru. A. talk by Shri Nanadakumar Ji convenor of Prajna Pravah and Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Sadasya, RSS was organised at Rastrothanna Fitness centre in Bengaluru by Sabarimala Ayyappa Samrakshana Samiti. The event was chaired by Shri. Nirmal Kumar Surana, Social activist and Managing Director of Hosa Digantha. The event started with a invocation song in Malayam sung by Smt. Sridevi. Rajesh Padmar w ...

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‘Janagraha not against courts but against delay meted out’, Janagraha Sabha in Bengaluru

Bengaluru (VSK). Thousands of Ram Bhakts assembled at National college, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru in a Janagraha Sabha a public referendum towards construction of the magnificent Ram Mandir at Ramajanmabhumi Ayodhya, organised by Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Karnataka. Sants from various mutts were present on the august dais prayed and urged for a magnificent Ram temple at Ayodhya. The speakers in the janagraha une ...

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