‘PRABHULINGALEELE’: A unique Vaachana-Vyaakhyaana by ‘Parampare’ from May 13
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‘PRABHULINGALEELE’: A unique Vaachana-Vyaakhyaana by ‘Parampare’ from May 13

May 12, 2018

Parampare, an organisation striving to spread Indian heritage, is presenting Chaamarasa’s (1425 AD) Prabhulingaleele through Vaachana-Vyaakhyaana. People still remember Parampare’s presentation of Aadipurana (November-December 2017). Most of the classical works which are confined to Temples and Mutts are being presented on literary platforms which are attracting crowds from all walks of life.

Parampare’s another speciality is that all programmes are being conducted through donations from the audience. Financially zero to zero is an unwritten principle of Parampare.

This is a unique opportunity to learn something about Allama Prabhu, the greatest mystic poet of all times and other great Vachanakaaras of 12th century.

‘Prabhulingaleele’ is being presented in the form of Vaachana-Vyaakhyaana from May 13 to 23 at Mysore K. Vasudevacharya Bhavan (Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha) daily from 6 pm to 8 pm. On all days, Vachana Gayana will be presented by different artistes from 6 pm to 6.30 pm where uncommon Vachanas will be sung. Here are the highlights:

May 13 (11 am): Inauguration by the famous Bilibatteya Sanyasi (sanyasi in white robes) Sri Siddeshwara Swamiji of Jnanayogashrama, Vijayapura.

He has authored many books on spirituality. His commentaries on Allama Prabhu’s Vachanas (Allama Prabhudevara Vachananirvachana) has seen many prints. Suttur Seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji will grace the occasion.

May 14 (6 pm): Vachana Gayana by Shilpashree of Bengaluru; Senior retired Kannada Professor Dr. Gurulinga Kapase, 91, of Karnataka University, Dharwad, who was also the President of Kannada Sahitya Academy, will deliver a special lecture on Prabhulingaleele. He has authored and edited many classical works. Incidentally, he was Suttur Seer’s Guru in his Purvashrama. Suttur Seer will be present.

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May 15 (6 pm): Vachana Gayana by B. Bharati, a music teacher from Suttur; ‘Paarvatiya Pratigne’ Vaachana by Vidu. Suma Prasad, a senior Gamaki and music teacher from Bengaluru; Vyaakhyaana by Prof. Veeranna Rajur, a retired Professor from Dharwad, with 30 years of teaching experience. He has also edited five volumes (out of 15) of Vachana Samputas.

May 16 (6 pm): Vachana Gayana by Shanta Jagadish, a senior well-known artiste of Mysuru; ‘Allamanalli maayeya modi, Allamana vrittanta’ Vaachana by Dr. M.N. Manjunath, a retired food scientist from CFTRI, Mysuru. Vyaakhyaana by Prof. Basavaraja Sabarada, a retired Professor from Karnataka University. He has penned his thesis on Basaveshwara and Purandaradasa. Now he is a Visiting Professor at PG Centre of Women’s University, Mandya.

May 17 (6 pm): Vachana Gayana by Vidu. Kala Lokesh, a music teacher from Mysuru; ‘Basavaadigala avataara, Mahaadeviyakkana virakti’ Vaachana by Vidu. Sujatha Gopinath, a senior Gamaki and Head Mistress of a School in Harihara. Vyaakhyaana by Dr. Shanta Imrapur, a retired Professor of Karnataka University. She has worked on life and achievements of Akkamahadevi for her thesis. She has authored about 40 books on women studies, mysticism, folk literature, research and modern literature.

May 18 (6 pm): Vachana Gayana by Sagar Chakravarti, English lecturer from Mysuru. ‘Goggayya mattu Muktaayakkanige upadesha’ Vaachana by Vidu. Lakshmi Jayaprakash, a senior Gamaki from Tumakuru. Vyaakhyaana by Dr. Morabada Mallikarjuna, a retired Professor. He served in the Collegiate Directorate as Principal and Joint Director. He has authored Gurubasavaryana swaravachanagalu, Sarpabhushana Shivayogi, Puratanaru, Vachanagala vastu mattu rupa. At present he is Director of Publication Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha.

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