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Year 2013 pograms:

January:
Speaker:
Shashikala Chandrashekar
Topic: kudureya mElEri (ಕುದುರೆಯ ಮೇಲೇರಿ)
Date: January 13, 2013

Mrs. Shashikala Chandrashekar, will present and lead the discussion on her new article "kudureya mElEri". This article based on her own experience dwells into both practical and philossophicals thoughts and musings.

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February:
Speaker: Dr. Ravi Harapanhalli

Topic: Discussion on New Skit (Jeevana Sanje- Baalyada Beru, ಜೀವನ ಸಂಜೆ-ಬಾಲ್ಯದ ಬೇರು)
Date: February 10, 2013

Dr. Ravi Harapanhalli will present and lead the discussion on his new skit" Jeevana Sanje- Baalyada Beru".   In this skit, the old couples, who are empty nesters, reminisce about their bygone life and cherish the memories dating back from childhood through youth, married life, raising their children, and finally into the empty nest. As they remember each stage of their bygone life, they recollect Bendre’s poems and discuss how those poems related to them at those times. The nostalgia culminates into the old couple singing their own song describing the childhood days they longed for. The presentation will start with a background and narration of the dialogs and interspersed with poems.

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March:
Speaker: Dr. Narendra Kumar
Topic:
Valmiki Ramayanadalli Shunashyepa Vrittanta
Date: March 10, 2013
  • Dr. Narendra Kumar will present and lead the discussion on "Valmiki Ramayanadalli Shunashyepa Vrittanta". This is a well known story with many morphs. Valmiki presents the early version, while the Veda represents a earlier version. Shunashepa is a contemporary and protege of the Sage Vishvamitra and a great influence on the course of the sages family. After the story we can discuss any contrarian issues that may crop out of this episode.

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  • October:
    Speaker: Mrs. Shashikala Chandrashekar
    Topic: santhe - new write-up
    Date: October 13, 2013

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    December:
    Speaker: Dr. Narendra Kumar
    Topic:
    Valmiki Ramayanadalli Shunashyepa Vrittanta
    Date: December 15, 2013
  • Dr. Narendra Kumar will present and lead the discussion on "Valmiki Ramayanadalli Shunashyepa Vrittanta". This is a well known story with many morphs. Valmiki presents the early version, while the Veda represents a earlier version. Shunashepa is a contemporary and protege of the Sage Vishvamitra and a great influence on the course of the sages family. After the story we can discuss any contrarian issues that may crop out of this episode.

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