The Sunflowers need Sunshine to grow. Man needs the Shadow of the Almighty to live, to grow, and to prosper.
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Defining Indian Identity – Life under the Shadow
Sunshine is a must for Sunflowers to bloom. Indian tradition recommends a life under shadow to women both prior to marriage and after marriage.
Bhaja Govindam, Bhaja Govindam
The sweet name of Govinda is my ultimate refuge.
The Magic of Creation and Protein Synthesis
The Magic of Creation could be experienced by taste.
The Right to Life means a Life for Life
Right to Life and Capital Punishment. The Right to Life means a Life for Life. If anyone takes a human life, that person’s life will also be taken by human hands. For God made human beings in his own image
A Barrier to conquer the Cultural Barrier
A tribute to General Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton.
Rajahmundry – My connection to India and Indian literature
Bengali writers and thinkers had excited the minds of Indians during early 20th century. I belong to Rajahmundry which was a part of State of Madras and had witnessed that Tamils did not really excite Telugu people in the literary or political arena.
A TRIBUTE TO RAJAHMUNDRY’S TRADITION-PERFORMING ARTS
GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, RAJAHMUNDRY WHERE STUDENTS EXCEL IN PERFORMING ARTS THE TRADITION OF PERFORMING ARTS IN RAJAHMUNDRY : Rajahmundry gets credit for being the home for great artists. The first drama in Telugu language was written by Kandukuri Veeresalingam, a native of Rajahmundry. During the few years I spent in Rajahmundry, I had witnessed several …
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RAJAHMUNDRY – THE GATEWAY TO TRADITIONS AND HISTORY
Rajahmundry,East Godavari District,Andhra Pradesh, India is my native place. I spent only a few years of my life and yet those few years have connected me to the traditions of India and have inspired a sense of Nationalism. I take pride in the fact that Kandukuri Veeresalingam Pantulu garu is a native of Rajahmundry. He still lives in our collective memories.
The Fear of the ‘Beaten Path’ – Defining Indian Identity
Truth is a pathless land. There is no beaten path to arrive at truth.