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Kayaka Saran worked for the betterment of the society

Kayaka Saran worked for the betterment of the society
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Hassan: Tahsildar Santhosh said that Saint Sewalal, Kayakasharan, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja, and Saint Kavi Sarvajna as a common men devoted themselves to the good of the society.
While inaugurating the program of Saint Sri Sewalal Jayanti, Kayaka Saranara Jayanti, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja Jayanti Saint Kavi Sri Sarvajna Jayanti program organized under the joint auspices of District Administration, Kannada and Culture Department at Hasanamba Kalakshetra, he said that we should adopt their ideals.
Zilla Kannada Sahitya Parishad President HL Mallesh Gowda said that in the Indian continent famous saints and orators have told many summaries to the world in the name of our land surrenderers, they have given a very important contribution to the country in the name of saints.
A model country for the world is Bharat Desh Sewalal said Shivaji’s life and achievements and contributions are important.
Hassan Taluk Chutuku Sahitya Parishad President Soma Nayak said Matanadi Saint Sri Sewalal Jayanti Kayaka Sharanar Jayanti Sri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti Saint Poet Sri Sarvajna Jayanti is a meaningful Jayanti.
On February 15, we published an article by the famous Sewalal of the country. The Banjara community has the most powerful Dandanayaka heroes as seen in the time of the Mahenjodar Civilization which means that the Banjara heroes have given the most contributions to the society. The one who prevented the subjugation of the Mughal rulers by the Dutch and allowed them to sell spices and salt to India is Sevalal from the Banjara community used to protect the cows as a child.
Shantigrama Pre-Graduate College faculty member Ramegowda said that every person in society should find his place and involve himself in society to prevent violence.
President of Nivedita Vidyalaya HG Paras Mal said that although India is the most attacked country in the world, the culture and customs of India have not changed.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj at the age of 14, earned a reputation as a strong king, fought many wars and captured many forts and palaces.
Prof. B. D. Shankaregowda said that those who came in the 18th century were omniscient. Sarvajna means one who belongs to all races, also known as Pushadatta, who lived a nomadic life and was also an environmental lover, said that 1130 tripadhas were found in the name of Sarvajna.
Freedom activists HM Shivanna, Karnataka State Government Employees Association President E Krishna Gowda, social worker Mahanthappa and others were present in the programme.

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