Kannada, Kannadiga, Kannadigaru, Karnataka,

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jaagathikaranadindha kannada bhashigara sankhye ksheena: vishaada


November 2, 2007 Posted by | Kannada News Articles | Leave a comment

rangakaleinda uttama sandesha


November 2, 2007 Posted by | Kannada News Articles | Leave a comment

kannada raajaratnam kavithe saalu spoorthiyagali



November 2, 2007 Posted by | Kannada News Articles | 1 Comment

meru kruthigalu kannada bhashe srimanthagoliside


November 2, 2007 Posted by | Kannada News Articles | 1 Comment

bhasha maadyama, adalithadalli kannada balake aagalebeku


November 2, 2007 Posted by | KANNADA Language Issues | 1 Comment

“Kannada-Greetings Website” by EKAVI and BMSCE IAA member

Dear Kumaraswamy,

ಕನ್ನಡ ರಾಜ್ಯೋತ್ಸವದ ಹಾರ್ಧಿಕ ಶುಭಾಷಯಗಳು.

I have created a new kannada website (www.kannada-greetings.com) for all kannadigas. Please feel free to share this with fellow BMSCE IAA members and all kannadigas. I wanted to share this on BMSCE group, then felt that it would be good if some one else writes about it.

Following newsletter was also sent to all users on rajyotsava



Warm Regards
Sanjay Kattimani
Stratford, ON, Canada

Kannada Greetings – http://www.kannada-greetings.com
Web – http://www.geocities.com/sanjaykattimani
Tech Blog – http://sanjaykattimani.blogspot.com
Travel Blog – http://sanjay-explores.blogspot.com

November 2, 2007 Posted by | EKAVI | Leave a comment

The Rise Of India-America’s Outsourcing Epidemic-INDIA-1

The Rise Of India


ABC News Report on Outsourcing Part 2


INDIA-1 of the best rated videos on YouTube&viewed 200,000+

India’s amazing diversityoffers you everything you could ever want in a holiday. From the moment that you set foot in India to be greeted by a graceful namaste, a gesturethat denotes both welcome and respect, you are on the way to one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Bounded by the majestic Himalayan ranges in the north and edged by a spectacular coastline surrounded by three seas, India is a vivid kaleidoscope of landscapes,magnificent historical sites and royal cities, golden beaches, misty mountain retreats, colorful people, rich cultures and festivities.At any part of the year India can offer you a dazzling array of destinations and experiences. In summer, when the subcontinent is sizzling, there are spectacular retreats amidst the heady beauty of the Himalayas or the lush heights of the Western Ghats with cool trekking trails, tall peaks to conqueror stretches of white water for the adventure seekers.In the cool of an Indian winter, cities come alive with cultural feasts of music and dance. The balmy weather is an ideal time for you to go century hopping in romantic cities studded with medieval forts and palaces. The sun drenched beaches are inviting and wildlife sanctuaries with their abundance of flora and fauna are a buzz with the nurture of the young. You can taste the delights of the Indian monsoon anywhere in the country- on a camel safari in the Rajasthan desert when nature comes alive and the peacocks dance; along the west coast where the relentless slantingrain paints the countryside in brilliant greens or even trekking amidst the stark grandeur of mountain valleys lying in the rain shadow of the Himalayas. Experience exotic India live like a maharaja in the rich ambiance of royal forts and palaces that are now heritage hotels; luxuriate in the serene beauty of a coral island with its turquoise lagoon; participate in the exuberance of a village fair or a colorful festival; day dream on a house boat drifting down the palm – fringed backwaters; delight in the grace of a dancer or shop till you drop – buying exquisite silks, carved figurines, brass and silver ware, marble inlaid with semi-precious stones,finely crafted jewelry, miniature paintings, carpets ….at unbelievable prices.India, always warm and inviting, is a place of infinite variety – one that favors you with a different facet of its fascination every time you comeon a visit.

November 2, 2007 Posted by | Bangalore, Karnataka and Kannada | Leave a comment