- Igniting Minds


Sahana Sundar


NAGALOCHANA Author K S Nagabhushana recorded dedication of the volume in Kannada language as follows: ಅರ್ಪಣೆ ಜನ್ಮವಿತ್ತವರಿಗೆ ಜತೆ ಬಾಳಿದವರಿಗೆ ಜಗದ ಶಕ್ತಿಗೆ – ಕೆ. ಎಸ್. ನಾಗಭೂಷಣ Its English version is as follows: Dedication Are we grateful to everything we come across… Continue Reading →


Blog-1 Introduction Great feeling to commence translation of the subject (literary rich Kannada poetry) volume NAGALOCHANA to prose in English. This is first out of the 40 blogs (bearing size of around 1000 words each), trying to provide introduction to… Continue Reading →

Islamic Shrines In India

By B S Ranganath Happened to meet Samiulla Shaik, our family friend, recently. His strong knowledge of Hindu culture makes me wonder sometimes, that I too must put in efforts to learn Urdu and become competent to address Islamic forums. This… Continue Reading →

Nagaraja Sharma, the Scholar Second to None

By Late T R Varaaha Murthy, M.A. A rare orator on religious topics, a post graduate and a doctor in Sanskrit, Nagaraja Sharma has born in Malur, Kolar District, Karnataka – India, in the year 1936. His father late S.M.Seetharamaiah… Continue Reading →

Marketing Yoga: The 4-Ps are over, but Yoga is not!

By Kumar Simha Any marketing professional would know marketing by the 4-Ps. Product, Price, Place, and Promotion. But a make over of the same defines marketing as much more than that. It’s OVER (from my MBA Prof Steven Hurley): O… Continue Reading →

Some Facts On Civil Work

By B S Ranganath I happened to spend some time ten years ago with Dr S Chinnaswamy – Former Additional Director General, CPWD, Govternment of India (around his retirement time). He was talking about his entity, Gooly Consultancy services (GCS), with… Continue Reading →

Let It Go!

By VVKI Kavita When somebody told me that he has failed in his exams, I questioned, “Is it a law that you will pass every time?”  When someone told me that her boyfriend broke up with her, I asked, “Is it… Continue Reading →

Woman- A Source of Strength (Shakti)

The woman in ancient India was an epitome of strength and was worshiped as the Goddess. The trend of worshiping the Goddess is still there but in modern India,  the scenario seems to have entirely changed to a different one,… Continue Reading →

Review of the book ‘Living Then And Now’

Women Empowerment: A Global Focus

Women Empowerment drive got the real momentum across the globe, after this event was held at the Art of Living Foundation, Bangalore-India, on February 09, 2014. Everyone who sought answer to their query in this event is known for a… Continue Reading →

Life Skills

Varaaha Series by B S Ranganath Young boy Dorai was left in a town to stay with his brother-in-law and go to school, as there was no school in his own village. He was just nine years old, when his… Continue Reading →

Ayurveda (Knowledge of health)

By Dr Anuradha Vignesh Ayurveda is an ancient system of life (ayur) knowledge (veda), believed to be over 5000 years old, and is globally popular as on the day. Life in Ayurveda is conceived as the union of body, senses,… Continue Reading →

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