Ten works of  different authors released

Ten works of  different authors released

May 29, 2017

Mysuru:  As part of the 32nd anniversary of Gramantara Buddhijeevigala Balaga, ten works of different writers were released at a programme organised at JSS Rajendra Bhavan here yesterday.

The works released were: Dr. Bherya Ramkumar’s ‘Vishwakavi Kuvempu-113,’ Dr. G.D. Joshi’s ‘Kannadada Kanmanigalu’ and ‘Kalpana Rajyadalli,’ Sashikala Manohar’s ‘Baadida Sumagalu,’ Shiva Ratnananda’s ‘Yarannu Dooshisali,’ J. Krishna Sharma Kashyap’s ‘Mantralaya Maha Mahima,’ B. Thammaiah Hampapura’s ‘Mukhavadagalu,’ Rathna Chandrashekar’s ‘Kavyaloka,’ Dr. C. Ningappa’s ‘Chitte’ and Bidarakatti Dharwad’s ‘Kereya Neeru Kerege Chelliro…!’

Speaking on the occasion, veteran littérateur Dr. C.P. Krishnakumar said that Dr. G.D. Josh’s works were rare ones in Kannada, which highlighted new facts and issues.

Several writers were felicitated on the occasion.

Poetess Dr. Latha Rajashekar, writers Dr. G.D. Joshi and Bannur K. Raju, Dr. Pushpa Iyengar, K. Raghuram, Dr. S.P. Yoganna, D.N. Krishnamurthy, Champa Shivanna, K.S. Nagaraj, Vijay Biradar, Shyamala Murhty,   Dr. H.B. Rajashekar and others  were present.

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