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Sometime around 1910, my article in English about Diwan Rangacharlu’s governance was published in Indian Review, a Madras-based monthly. With that, I not only received the remuneration that I was in need of, but also got introduced to a few great men. Two of the best outcomes of the article

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The Anjaneyaswamy Temple of Mulabagal is extremely famous. Folks from the Mysore-Bangalore region who went on a pilgrimage to Tirupati would typically travel via Mulabagal, visit the Anjaneyaswamy Temple, take his Prasadam and resume their journey. According to one legend, this town derived its name “Mulabagal” because it lies to

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My first Sanskrit Guru was Sri Kashi Raghavendracharya. Although there were numerous Sanskrit Vidwans in Mulabagal, there was no formal Sanskrit Patashala (School). The three or four schools in town didn’t have any facility to teach Sanskrit. My father had immense enthusiasm and reverence towards Sanskrit. He made repeated applications

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The name ‘Chandamama’ itself is so sweet. For all children, the Moon is like their lovely maternal uncle. This attractive word, although appears to be in the language of children, is originally a Sanskrit word. It is well-known that the Moon is commonly called ‘Chanda’ and someone close is often

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- 1 - Sri Subbabhatta   Mulabagal Sri Subbabhatta hailed from a lineage of Raja Purohitas (Royal Purohitas) and belonged to the Badaganadu subsect. He was younger to Sri Venkatarama Bhatta. He was a Rg Vedin but still studied Jyotisha and Dharmashastras under the tutelage of Sri Venkatarama Bhatta, who was a Yajur

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Sri Chandrashekhara Sastri belonged to the Hulusukamme (or Ulucukamme) Brahmana subsect hailing from Srinivasapura. He arrived in Mulabagal as the Headmaster of the Anglo Vernacular School. He earned the respect of all people owing to his character, scholarship, and work ethic. His elder brother Sri Nanjunda Sastri was a renowned Vedic

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முன் அத்தியாயங்களில் நாம் இதுவரையில், சிவன் எவ்வாறு ஒரு தனி நபருக்கான அடையாளமாகவும், ராமன் எவ்வாறு ஒரு குடும்பஸ்தருக்கான அடையாளமாகவும் விளங்கினார்கள் என்பதைப் பற்றிப் பார்த்தோம். நாம் இப்போது கிருஷ்ணனின் வாழ்க்கை வரலாற்றையும், அவன் எவ்வாறு ஒரு சமூகப் பிரதிநிதியாக தன்னை முன்னிலைப் படுத்தினான் என்பதைப் பற்றியும் பார்க்கலாம். பொதுவாகவே கலைஞர்கள் சிவன், ராமன், கிருஷ்ணன் அல்லது காளி, துர்கை, ஸ்கந்தன், கணேசன் ஆகியோரை வரைகையிலே, அவர்களை ஆயுதபாணிகளாகவே வரைகின்றனர். சிவன்

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