Tag: V. Shourabh

Green Ganapa
Feature Articles

Green Ganapa

By Team Star of Mysore: V. Shourabh, S.T. Ravikumar, Rajkumar Bhavasar, M.B. Pavan Murthy and M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav It is time for the Lord of Lords — Lord Ganesha — to arrive. The most powerful and the most merciful of all Gods needs some extra care and some extra attention. It is only fair that…

Art exhibition on the concept of  ‘Outsider’
Feature Articles

Art exhibition on the concept of ‘Outsider’

By V. Shourabh Zero Eight 21, an art group from Mysuru, in collaboration with Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, has organised an art exhibition with the theme ‘Outsider’ in the hall below the Badsha’s Pride on Nelson Mandela Road from Aug.4 to Aug.12. Both these groups pave a path for those who seek representation. Coming from…

Up close with Somdev
Feature Articles

Up close with Somdev

By V. Shourabh India, in spite of being a populous country, still strives to make a mark in the global sports. One such reason could be the lack of proper awareness and education. But lately, the sporting sector is on the rise and is set to sky rocket in the next couple of years. Sports…

Footballing legend P. Narasimha, who played for India
Feature Articles

Footballing legend P. Narasimha, who played for India

By V. Shourabh Another footballing legend from Mysuru is P. Narasimha. He is renowned for his fearless and powerful heading abilities. His journey has been a bumpy ride as an injury to his knee curtailed his fairytale ride. He has represented Indian Football team and has participated in VI President’s Cup Football Tournament which was…

How Mysuru is helping India chase FIFA World Cup Dream
Feature Articles

How Mysuru is helping India chase FIFA World Cup Dream

By V. Shourabh With FIFA World Cup 2018 entering Knockout Stage, the intensity of competition has risen manifold. It has even captured the attention of Mysuru which is making gradual and steady strides towards footballing. The city has 40 Football Clubs under Mysore District Football Association (MDFA). In this nation where cricket is celebrated as…

People confuse Litchi to be Strawberry !
Feature Articles

People confuse Litchi to be Strawberry !

By V. Shourabh Litchi fruit wasn’t a common sight in Mysuru in those days. But in the modern day, Litchi fruits have made it to the markets of Mysuru. Litchi is a fleshy fruit and is a native of Southeast Asia. This small flavoured fruit is packed with essential nutrients, fibres and antioxidants. The outer…

Jackfruits dominate the streets of Mysuru
Feature Articles

Jackfruits dominate the streets of Mysuru

By V. Shourabh Jackfruit is one of the most preferred fruits consumed by Mysureans during the summer season. Several carts line up on various streets of the city, where jackfruits are sold like hot cakes. This fruit is generally eaten as a snack, or sometimes forms an integral part of desserts. Jackfruits can be found…

Dr. Salim Ali Information Centre at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary
Feature Articles

Dr. Salim Ali Information Centre at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

By V. Shourabh Tourists visiting Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary at Srirangapatna can utilise the newly-renovated Dr. Salim Ali Information Centre at the entrance of the sanctuary. The information centre educates people about the sanctuary, its history and the birds. The information centre has models of birds and crocodiles and has pictorial representation of various birds, its…

BIRDS ON BANKS: Winged Beauties flock Ranganathittu
Feature Articles

BIRDS ON BANKS: Winged Beauties flock Ranganathittu

By V. Shourabh The tiny 0.67 square kilometre Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is a haven for nature-lovers and bird-watchers. Located in Mandya district, Ranganathittu is regarded as one of Asia’s most significant nesting and breeding locales for birds. A large number of exotic migratory species flock the sanctuary annually. This Weekend Star Supplement throws fresh light…

1 2 3 4
Trending Posts
ABOUT

Mysuru's favorite and largest circulated English evening daily has kept the citizens of Mysuru informed and entertained since 1978. Over the past 39 years, Star of Mysore has been the newspaper that Mysureans reach for every evening to know about the happenings in Mysuru city. The newspaper has feature rich articles and dedicated pages targeted at readers across the demographic spectrum of Mysuru city. With a readership of over 2,50,000 Star of Mysore has been the best connection between it's readers and their leaders; between advertisers and customers; between Mysuru and Mysureans.