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On Nov 5, 2007 3:11 AM, Bharadawaj Rao <firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
Dear Mr. Kumaraswamy,
Thank you very much for the response.
I went through the activities of eKavi and am really impressed with the work.
As discussed attached are the snaps of Bangalore Book Fest and our Logo (which can be used as banner for cross linking to www.books.yulop.com)
Here are the feedbacks that we have recieved on the Books Portal
1. Mr. Ganeshaiah (Prof: University of Agriculture Sciences, Bangalore author: Kanaka Musuku)
Congratulations on your efforts to develop this website on Kannada literature- a need that was much awaited. I am sure it would become the forefront of the area.
2. Mr. Chandra shekar – User (U.K)
I really liked the work that ya guys are doing, it really made my life much easier to search for KANNADA books.
3. sharaNu Yulop sharaNu
bahaLa ondu oLLeya hejje namma kannada saahitya da kaDege.. mechale bekaadanta sangathi. heege munduvariyali nimma prayatna.. nimma mundina prayaNavella uttamavaagiralendu aashisuttene
– Mr. Lokesh – User (U.S.A)
Please refer the attachment for the snaps of the book festival.
Will get in touch with Mr. Ashwin as you suggested.
Looking forward for a pleasant association.
Business Development Lead
www.books.yulop.com is an online books portal dedicated exclusively for Kannada Books and literature with over 2000 titles of Kannada covering the famous novels, biographies, autobiographies, poetry, art and literature, travel, culture and heritage, cooking, children and many more categories.
We had the opportunity to launch the portal during the
This would just not be yet another online store which just sells what is there on the shelf, but lets the users explore, discuss and share their knowledge, views and passion about the literature, authors, and their master pieces.
The portal pays a tribute to all the 7 Gnanapeeta Award Laureates, who have contributed for the welfare of the language and literature.
Users can rate the books, write reviews about them and also express their thoughts and opinion about the books and articles. We also bring the news from the world of literature and article written by and about the famous poets and authors.
Please have a look at the portal and send in your reviews and feedback.
We would like to be associated with ekavi in terms of promoting the language and taking it to a new level.
Business Development Lead
“Bharadawaj Rao” < email@example.com>
|Hub of habba all set for jamboree|
|DH News Service Bangalore:|
|From Yakshagana at Ravindra Kalakshetra to folk craft at St George’s Square in Cubbon Park to Kannada plays at Town Hall to food festival at Palace Grounds…..the Karnataka flavour will be hard to miss.|
The latest edition of Bengalooru Habba — the City’s own grand cultural jamboree — has more than a reputation to live up to as it is happening in the Suvarna Karnataka year. As the curtains go up on Sunday on the Big Bash, organised by the Artistes Foundation for the Arts (AFFA), the eight-day Habba promises to offer the very best in the State’s cultural traditions at venues spread across the City.
From Yakshagana at Ravindra Kalakshetra to folk craft at St George’s Square in Cubbon Park to Kannada plays at Town Hall to food festival at Palace Grounds…..the Karnataka flavour will be hard to miss. The festivities will also spill over to the streets, literally, courtesy yoga demonstrations, street magic-shows and theatre performances virtually all over the City.
Hindustani Mehfil at Ravindra Kalakshetra will host artistes including Balekhan Sahodararu, Pt Rajeev Taranath and Jayatheertha Mevundi, while Yuva Sangeetotsava at Nayana Auditorium will bring together some of the more exciting talents in the Carnatic music.
The Habba is set to host some top-notch artists and performers from across the spectrum, including Rashid Khan, Gundecha Brothers, Dr Padma Subramanyam, Prathiba Prahlad, Kadri Gopalnath, Shobhana, B Jayashree, Vani Ganapathy and others. English and Hindi plays will be staged at the JSS Auditorium.
The excitement will peak in the last three days of the festiva l— December 8 to 10 — as the Habba shifts into cosmopolitan mode, hosting everyone from Prasad Bidapa to Shivamani to Thermal & A Quarter. And the now-inevitable dash of Bollywood will be added to the proceedings with performances by Malaika Arora and singer Kailash Kher.
What’s more, a dance and music troupe from London is scheduled to put their ‘wares’ on show at the Habba, again adding that obligatory phoren touch to the festival.
Opening at Kalakshetra
Bengalooru Habba will open at 6.30 pm at Ravindra Kalakshetra on Sunday in the presence of Chief Secretary Malathi Das, Principal Secretary (Information and Kannada & Culture) I M Vittal Murthy and BMP Commissioner K Jairaj. Artistes Maya Rao, R K Srikanthan and Yenagi Belliappa will be honoured.
Bonanza for Kasaravalli
Saturday November 4 2006 10:31 IST
One director, who is not only a well-known name nationally, but also internationally is Girish Kasaravalli. Generally there would be a gap of three to four years between his films. But this time the gap is less between his two latest films.
Last year, he made Haseena and this year there is Naayi Neralu. Both the films are attracting the media, at home as well as at world famous film festivals.
Haseena has been invited for Asia Pacific Film Festival at Berlin held in October and for two more film festivals to be held in November at Zimbabwe and Barcelona in Spain. Based on a short story by Bhanu Mushyaak, the film starred Chandrahas Ullal, Purushotham Talavaata, Ruthu and Chitra Shenoy.
His latest film Naayi Neralu too was awarded at the Asian Film Festival held in July. This film was based on a subject by popular Kannada writer Dr SL Bhairappa. The central theme deals with traditions, beliefs and modernity spanning three generations.
While Tara got the National award for best actress for Haseena, Pavithra Lokesh got the State award for best actress this year. Nayi Neralu is also the inaugural film at Kolkata Film Festival to be held on November 17.
In December, it will participate in the Karachi Film festival and the Palm Spring Film Festival at US; in January at the Bangkok Film Festival and the Roater Dam Film Festivals.
S Ramachandra Aithal who got the life time achievement award in Karnataka this year, is the cinematographer for both these films. Naayi Neralu is yet to be released.
|Vishwa Kannada Samskruthi Sammelana in Bahrain|
|DH News Service Shimoga:|
Vishwa Kannada Samskruthi Sammelana will be held in Bahrain on December 15th and 16th. More than hundreds of artists and litterateur from within and outside the state are going to participate in the sammelana, said Dr K V Ashok Pai, Honorary President of the Vishwa Kannada Samskruhti Sammelana and President, K P Manjunatha Sagara, on Tuesday at a press meet.
The sammelana is jointly organised by Hridayavahini, Kannada newspaper of Mangalore and Bahrain`s Kannada Sangha. About 10,000 kannadigas will participate in the sammelana. There would be a poets meet, a meet on media and also a meet of non resident kannadigas. Bharatnatya, folk dances, Yakshagana and various and other cultural programmes would be organised.
A book and photo exhibition portraying the Kannada culture would be organised outside the premises of the auditorium. Moreover prizes would also be awarded to the selected photographs, they added.
A person who has made invaluable contributions in the field of Kannada literature and culture will be chosen as president of the sammelana. And people who have rendered great services in the field of art, literature, medicine would be felicitated with ‘Vishwa Manyaru’ award, they said.
Dr Ashok Pai, a well known psychiatrist released the logo of the Vishwa Kannada Samskruthi Sammelana during the press meet.
Interested participants need to send in their profile before October 12 to the following address : Hridayavani, Manjunath Associates, Raghu Building, Oorva Store, Mangalore -6.
For more details contact: 0824- 2455209, 9343343239.
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ಕನ್ನಡ ನಾಡು, ನುಡಿ, ಸಂಸ್ಕೃತಿಯ ಸೊಗಡನ್ನು ನೆರೆನಾಡಿನಲ್ಲಿ ಪಸರಿಸುವ ಒಂದು ಪ್ರಾಮಾಣಿಕ ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ “ಕನ್ನಡ ಸಾಂಸ್ಕೃತಿಕ ಸಂಘ,ಐ ಐ ಟಿ ಮದರಾಸು”.
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Every Indian should protect culture: Navalgi / Globalisation is the cause – If this continues, a day will come when even the Kannada language will disappear,
|Every Indian should protect culture: Navalgi|
|DH News Service Gokak: August 17th, 2005|
|It is the responsibility of every Indian to contribute to protect our ancient tradition and culture, folk expert Dr C K Navalgi said.|
India is a melting pot of different languages, communities, cultures and religions. Though India is a country with various language, castes and communities, there is a common thread running through its culture. There is enough evidence in ancient history to prove this. When the world at large is in the fear of drowning in the globalisation process, it is the responsibility of every Indian to contribute to protect our ancient traditions and cultures, folk expert Dr C K Navalgi said here recently.
Mr Navalgi was addressing the inaugural ceremony of the month-long exposition ‘Prabhulinga Leele’ by Chamarasa, arranged by Sri Shankaralinga Trust at Sri Shankaralinga Kalyan Mantap. He further stated that only through exposition can our traditional cultures be protected.
In India, initially there were around 1,700 languages which added to the traditionality of our country. Now, there are about 170 languages and globalisation is the cause. If this continues, a day will come when even the Kannada language will disappear, Mr Navalgi added.
He contended that if we lose our traditional culture, it amounts to losing of self-reliance. In order to encourage others to have prestige for their own language, everybody must give priority and importance to their mother tongue.
Pontiff Sri Murugharajendra Mahaswamiji of Shoonya Sampadanamutt inaugurated the exposition.
On the occasion, Basavaraj Swamiji urged the devotees to concentrate upon the exposition and digest the theme and adopt the concepts in their lives.
Chief Medical Officer of Sri Neminath Charitable Trust Hospital Dr Y P Kamoji presided over the programme and chief guest Mr C C Alatagi and others were on the dais.
Ms Vidya Magadum invoked. Prof R H Gunaki welcomed the gathering, compered the programme and also proposed the vote of thanks.
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