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N.R. Mohalla Sangeetha Sabha Charitable Trust

 Saint Tyagaraja and Saint Purandaradasa Aradhana, 6.30 pm: Grand violin duet by Vid. Mysore M. Nagaraj and Vid. Dr. Mysore M. Manjunath, accompanied by Vid. H.L. Shivashankaraswamy and Vid. K.U. Jayachandra Rao on mridanga, Sri Prasanna Mahaganapathi Temple, Shivaji Road, N.R. Mohalla, 6.30 pm.

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Sadhana Mandira, Mysuru

Talk by Swami Hamsanandaji in English on the topic ‘Techniques of Divine Living’ based on Sadhana Panchakam written by Adi Shankaracharya, Ramana Jnana Kendra, near Apollo BGS Hospital, Kuvempunagar, 6.30 pm to 8 pm.

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The Department of Studies in Commerce, PG Centre, Vidyavardhaka First Grade College 

UGC-sponsored National Meet on ‘Digital Economy in India: The Challenges Ahead,’ Prof. Yashvanth Dongre, Acting Vice-Chancellor of University of Mysore, inaugurates, Dr. D. Rajasekhar, Professor, Centre for Decentralisation and Development Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru, delivers the keynote address, Gundappa Gowda, President of Vidya Vardhaka Sangha (VVS), presides, VVS Secretary P. Vishwanath, and…

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Department of Studies in History, University of Mysore and Prof. D.S. Achuta Rao Centenary Programme, Bengaluru

Prof. Achuta Rao Memorial International Conference on ‘Power, Resistance and Sovereignty in Princely South India,’ Series of Sessions, 9.30 am to 5.30 pm; Valedictory programme, Dr. T.P. Sankarankutty Nair, Professor of History (retd) and Director General, Centre for Heritage Studies, Govt. of Kerala, Cochin, delivers valedictory address, Prof. M.V. Srinivas, Professor (retd), Dept. of Studies…

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