Karnataka Sahitya Academy organizes seminar on Natha tradition

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Seminar on Natha tradition

Seminar on Natha tradition

The Karnataka Sahitya Academy, Bangalore and Natha Traditional Publity Committee, Mangalore jointly organized two days seminar on Natha tradition at SDM law College on June 4, Friday.

Speaking after inaugurating the event, renowned writer Amruth Someshwara, said that, a person without having an aim in their thought, cannot gain success.
He also said that, every religious place has its own history. It will be not possible for any religion to live in same format. Any religious system will later involve caste and cult.
Delivering the benedictory speech on the occasion, Dr Neelakanta Swamiji of Gorakhnath Thapovana, Tippur, said that today an achiever when he goes in search of his path to success in veda’s it shows to agriculture.
At present day we cannot find a free epic in the history of the country due to translation, he said.
Writer M H Krishnayya, president of Karnataka Sahitya Academy presided over the function and said that, the matter discussed by the scholars in the seminar will be brought in form of book within three months of time. If the scholars do not submit the material, it will be taken from the audio that will be recorded through out the seminar.
K Narayana Sharma, entrepreneur, Sagara, Shimoga district participated as the chief guest on the occasion. V N Mallikarjuna Swamy, registrar of Karnataka Sahitya Academy welcomed the guests and gathering.

The Karnataka Sahitya Academy, Bangalore and Natha Traditional Publity Committee, Mangalore jointly organized two days seminar on Natha tradition at SDM law College on June 4, Friday. Speaking after inaugurating the event, renowned writer Amruth Someshwara, said that, a person without having an aim in their thought, cannot gain success. He also said that, every religious place has its own history. It will be not possible for any religion to live in same format. Any religious system will later involve caste and cult.  Delivering the benedictory speech on the occasion, Dr Neelakanta Swamiji of Gorakhnath Thapovana, Tippur, said that today an achiever when he goes in search of his path to success in veda’s it shows to agriculture. At present day we cannot find a free epic in the history of the country due to translation, he said. Writer M H Krishnayya, president of Karnataka Sahitya Academy presided over the function and said that, the matter discussed by the scholars in the seminar will be brought in form of book within three months of time. If the scholars do not submit the material, it will be taken from the audio that will be recorded through out the seminar. K Narayana Sharma, entrepreneur, Sagara, Shimoga district participated as the chief guest on the occasion. V N Mallikarjuna Swamy, registrar of Karnataka Sahitya Academy welcomed the guests and gathering.

                                   

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