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Ravi and Vice-Chancellor of Karnataka Samskrit University Mallepuram G...Pandurangi at a convocation of the university at the Raj Bhavan on Friday. Photo:V Sreenivasa Murthy Underlining the urgent need to make Sanskrit the language of mankind,
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ACT 's "Ramayana," an adaptation of the revered Indian epic, enthralled me in so many ways. It was multicultural, adventurous, romantic, funny, and reflective of our human tendency to act irrationally when ego and pride are even slightly threatened.
The famed Kullu Dussera started with the 'Utsav' (procession) of Lord Raghunath (Rama), the main deity of Kullu from the Raghunath Temple, where the idol will be placed on a wooden throne for a week. Kullu's erstwhile royal Pal dynasty, dressed in
October 21, 2012 It is said that reading the Ramayana brings auspiciousness to those who read it...Every time any of them is in trouble and recounts the story of Rama, the troubles vanish, V.S...Take the case of the monkeys which go in the southern
Imagine Calcutta in 1757, when it looked like a village with huge vacant spaces strewn haphazardly...The venue was a newly-built pucca house built upon a four-acre strip by the yet-to-be crowned Nabakrishna Deb, who named the palatial residence as
Today, however, as a husband and father of two daughters, the actor is in a happy space that's all his own. As he awaits for the release of Dhenikaina Ready, the actor sits down for a chat with DNA ... You have often said that like Dhee, Dhenikaina
Welcoming the ambitious theater production Ramayana formally opening in Seattle on October 18, Hindus hope that this stage version would stay true to the story and the spirit of their ancient Sanskrit sacred scripture. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a
Previews through Wednesday, opens Thursday and runs through Nov. 11 at ACT Theatre, 700 Union St., Seattle; $15-$50 (206-292-7676 or www.acttheatre.org ). For details on show-related lectures and other events, go to website.
And the reason, says she, is the fact that she will soon be seen making a dance cameo on Zee TV's Ramayan. A source reveals that the actress will be seen playing an apsara in the show. Confirming it, Divyanka says, While I have played many roles on