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A call to adopt the philosophy of great men, Tehsildar Ramesh

A call to adopt the philosophy of great men
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Belur: Belur Tehsildar Ramesh called that the celebration of the great men’s birthdays will be meaningful when everyone tries to adopt their philosophies in life and not just celebrate them.
Speaking at the birth anniversary program of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Saint Sewalal and Kannada tripadi poet Sarvaj, held in the Taluk office hall of the town, hundreds of men have given a message to the great society since time immemorial in Kannada land. The government has been conducting the Great Men Jayanti program because the message given by the great men including saints, martyrs and slaves should be adopted in life. He said that Chhatrapati Shivaji and Sant Sewalal and Sarvajna, who are known as Tripadi Kavi of Kannada, have contributed immensely to the culture of this land.
Shivaji Rao, the head of the Maratha society, said that the struggle undertaken by Shivaji Maharaj to save Hinduism was unimaginable. He learned the meaning of religion from his mother. He said that his leadership qualities and courage are truly admirable and his fighting spirit and bravery are role models for the youth. On the same occasion, Belur Akshara Dasoha director Dr Jagadish and taluk advocate Chandru spoke about Sant Sewalal’s contribution to society and the taluk lawyer Chandru who worked hard for the strengthening of literature by making a huge contribution to Kannada literature through tripadhyas.
Taluk Panchayat Executive Officer Sunita, Taluk JDS President Dr. Ananthasubbarai, Constituent Resource Coordination Officer Shivamariappa, ECO Shivappa, Maratha Samaj President Shivappa and former Taluk Panchayat Member Guruji Rao, MLA’s Deputy Secretary Taranathanayak, Sewalal Sangh President Chandrunayak, Great 2 Tehsildar Ashok, Hagare Kantaraj was present. After the ceremony, a grand procession was taken out by the Maratha Samaj along with the portrait of Shivaji along with various folk art troupes in the main street of the town.

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