Sudha Magazine: Three Special Issues

December 23, 2006

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‘Sudha’ magazine is a household name in most Kannada homes. Recently, they brought out three special issues. The cover story in each of them, Status of Kannada in schools, Rashtrakavi GS Shivarudrappa and Nityotsava kavi KS Nisar Ahmad, have been written very well. Worth a read.

For all the Horanadu Kannadigas, the good news is that you can read Sudha online.

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60 Responses to “Sudha Magazine: Three Special Issues”

  1. praneshachar Says:

    sudha no doubt is a household name in karnataka it was started at a time when there was no good weekly in kannada
    karmaveera was off and on prajamatha was also like that at right time prajavani group came with this a really good family weekly. I was a regular reader a quite long period now not regular now and then I read I will try to read the 3 above mentioned by bellur
    heartining to note that sudha has gone online online edition is available wornderful

  2. anoop Says:

    registered for the 93 days free trial. will see if its worth continuing after that period. thanks for the sudha link.

  3. Gangadhar Says:

    And here in AP,”Swathi” magazine is a household name..But i don’t think it’s available online.


  4. thursday thursday.. nange innen kelsa maneli.. nanna friend sudha jothe ondashtu kaala haraNa maadodu..
    pustaka odo majana bere aith bidri bellurappa(to be read in hubli kannada e-style)
    sudha price maatra alle irodu nanage bahaLa khushi aaytu.. 10 rupaayi ge ondu moLa mallige togondre, sanji aago tanaka baaDogatte, ade 10 rupaayi ge sudha togondre namma jeevana sangaati nodri adu… haaganta malligi togobaardu antalla bidri.. malligi gama gama bere taraana aitri.. namma mysoru malli, ghama ghama.. adara jothe masale dose, mysooru paaku .. idre bharjari ri…! :-)

  5. decemberstud Says:

    RK,

    First off, thanks for the link.

    It was so much fun ‘waiting’ every week to get hold of the latest copy of ‘Sudha’. My mother and I would complete the padabaMdha in no time, every week. The entire issue would be done within a few hours. I have to credit Gulvadi for making ‘taranga’ an equally good magazine, though. Two gems….

  6. rk Says:

    praneshachar,
    thanks for that trivia.

    anoop,
    happy for you.

    ganga,
    have seen ‘swathi’ in a few libraries and bookshops here. :)

    veena,
    nimma parimala bharitha comments odhi santhosha aaythu.

    ds,
    nice to know that you and your mother were fans of padabandha. same here wit me and my uncle. yes, taranga’s circulation increased by leaps and bounds during gulwadis’ stint. loved his ”antaranga-bahiranga’ series. :)

  7. shark Says:

    Thanks for the link RK… long time since I read the book….

  8. prashanth Says:

    I prefer reading printed version than e-version…

    Monne FabMall nalli magazine section nodide – alli nodidre kannaDaddu ondu illa — alli kannada magazines barovargu aa branch manager tale tinnod bidalla naanu :)

  9. rk Says:

    shark,
    now that you are here, i think you will probably read the mag after buying it from the vendor! ;)

    prashanth,
    same here. as i have written in the post, the link is for the benefit of horanada kannadigas.
    read sanje vani today. headlines gotta?
    Fabmalinalli Kannada patrikegalige bedike

  10. TSSM Says:

    Dear RK

    Thanks for the info.

    btw, I have been reading ‘Dheemantha’ for a while now.
    Every page worth savouring.

    Hope you and members of your family had a wonderful New Year.

  11. Sudheer Says:

    Hi,
    The online edition of the Sudha,Mayura and Prajavani are really excellent.Every day i start off reading Prajavani.
    Since am staying in london i hardly find any kannada books to read on…but with this online edition..its really great to read my mother tongue news papers and magzines.
    Kudoos for the team……!!!

    Jai Karnataka,

    Sudheer Bhagavat

  12. Bindumala Says:

    Sudha brings fond memories. Twenty years ago, as students we waited for Thursdays and enjoyed the articles written by Nagesh Hegde, R. Poornima, Anand and others! One day three of us college friends went to MG Road from Channapatna to meet these favourite writers.
    Our parents loved Anupama Niranjana’s and Usha navaratnaram’s novels. Each Sudha was a feast to the whole family! I miss Sudha here in Baroda. I will try for online reading.

  13. rk Says:

    TSSM,
    How was Dheemantha? Waiting to read your review here.

    Sudheer,
    Nice to know you read Kannada daily.
    Take care
    Sirigannadam Gelge

    Ranjith,
    Thanks for relinking the site. ;)

    Bindumala,
    welcome to Rambling with Bellur. Wow! You came all the way from Channapatna to MG Road to meet your favourite writers? Amazing!!

    Glad you can still keep in touch with e-sudha. me too remembers the days when we all waited for Thursdays for 2 things: Sudha and Chitramanjari!

    do visit again.

  14. shivanand Says:

    Sudha brings lots more memories. years ago, as im working i is to waite for Thursdays and enjoyed the articles written by Nagesh Hegde, R. Poornima, Anand and others! when i was working with Deccan Herald Group it was more excitment
    Our parents loved Anupama Niranjana’s and Usha navaratnaram’s novels. Each Sudha was a feast to the whole family!

  15. Pramila Says:

    Dear sir/ Madam,

    As I am a working woman, upto these days I were reading your magzine on line. But now a days from 28-07-07 if I tried to open any of your publish(prajavani, deccan herald mayura or sudha)]
    it says Guest user cannot use this feature pls rigister.
    If I tried to rigister its shows some error. what to do ? pls give me the solution, As a regular reader of your publications now it is becoming very difficult to be with out readng these magzines . kindly help me.

    Pramila

  16. Srinivas prasanna Says:

    If I want to give any artical or kavana to SUDHA for publication what i have to do?

    Ph:9900995730

  17. AKUVA(ASHOK KUMAR VALADUR) Says:

    i want to send atricles, kavanas to sudha . pl giude me.

    9820363221

  18. Shailendra Says:

    Samastha Kannadigara preethiya pathrike
    nan e-magazine na tumba ista patthini

  19. Tonse Raju Says:

    Hi, if you have the email address for the Sudha Weekly, can you send me? I want to submit a manuscript, and was unable to find the email address for the editorial office.

    Thanks

  20. puttu Kulkarni Says:

    Since my 15th year I have been reading Sudha weekly till today. Now I am in 50.

    Sudha is like Sudha(Amruta) to the brain .

  21. Swamy Says:

    I want the old stories which are published in Sudha mayura (Like Hariyupiya, pashchimada betta and many more) are they available online? or those hard copies are avilable for sale?

    • sabng Says:

      No not, Hariyupiya and the other old ones. Pacshimada ghatta and other TK ramrao’s novels are available in sapna book stall some time… U have to keep watching and when ever they are available u have buy immediately..

  22. Nagesh rao Says:

    Hi,

    Can some body tell me about the ISSUE and MAGAZINE NAME ( TARANGA OR SUDHA ) which published an article of BHUVANESHWARI at BHUVANAGIRI, Kannada mathes only temple, sometime back????

    nag

  23. shivayogi Says:

    nimma on line sudha mattu mayura olleyadu. Adare adanna print madalu bandare olleyadu neevu charges ittu aa anukulate madidare olleyadu.

  24. sanje vani Says:

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  25. swagath Says:

    Dear sir,
    My name is swagath i am19 year old leaving in rajasthan.presently i am safty Engg in L&T company. i am intersting about your book. and i like to sharing the my feeling with your book. please send your ADD or PH. my MOB NO 9799842548 please give replay.

  26. nagesh hegde Says:

    This refers to the reader Nagesh Rao’s query:
    An article on Bhuvanagiri, (the only temple in Karnataka of Bhuvaneshwari) was published in Sudha, when I was working there. The article was writtern by Mr. Ravindra Bhat Ainaki (he is a staff journalist with Prajavani, holding the position of Bureau Chief in Mysore. His another article has appeared in today’s (13th July 2008) Prajavani Saptahika Puravani).

  27. sudha Says:

    suddenly I thought to find online sudha magazine and googled it. Thank you deva………..I got it. since my 5 years of age I have been strong fan of sudha .As an ardent kannadiga live outside karnataka I wish to continue my reading with sudha though in the middle my reading got cut due to househlod front busy schedules .Can I get the magazine regularly without fail after subscribing for the same?

    sudha

  28. suyogi Says:

    kindly send me the e mail id of sudha kannada weekly magazine

  29. Ramesh Says:

    Can somebody recollect and quote the name of the kannada dharawahi in Sudha during 1970s. Story was something like ‘Our hero is a football player and could not marry his lady love. He was saved by his grand father while he was drowning. He later meets his childhood flame after he has grown up and became a famous guy. ‘ Story is bit brahminical. This much only I could remember. can some body recollect the name of the novel or the dharawahi please….

  30. Anuroop Says:

    Hey Ramesh, the novel is Anandobrahma by Yendamoori Veerendranath. And man, that recollection of the story is not bad- although kind of reads like the script for a bollywood movie !

  31. rekha Says:

    suda is a very nice and spiceal book………..

  32. Pavana Says:

    Dear All,

    I m pavana, i m student of generalisem, now i m writing one report about sudha magzain , so please let me send about history & development of Sudha magzain.

    Tahnks
    Pavana

  33. Prahlad Says:

    Namaskara Elrigoo,

    Naanu e-magazine ge subscribe agiddeeni. But, it is not at all opening. Means, I have the option to see as a “Image”. The page wont open at all. Even I tried with “PDF” but no use.

    Dayavittu sahaaya maadi.

    Prahlad,
    Milan, Italy

  34. venkatesh r Says:

    i want to view the sudha maggine at one day in weak.

  35. kalavathi Says:

    In the beginning 80s there were two dharavahi’s in sudha magazine named Parinaya by M.C.Padma and Suliya Tiruvu by Priscilla Fernandez. Are they available in the website somewhere or where can I get them as hard copies. Please let me know. They were good stories and I would like to read them again

  36. rahul Says:

    hi all…

    i’m using sudha online magazines.. magazines are available from september 2006 onwards… i’m interested in reading magazines from 2003 to august 2006… i have missed lot of articles b/w 2003 and 2006.. its not there in online magazines list… please help me… please try to upload from 2004 onwards

  37. anoop Says:

    it is coming very nicely.i want to know about the the story (saki yare ninna geleya)friend who is friend)

  38. PRASANNA.B.R.V. Says:

    I have been reading ‘Sudha’since 1972. I can’t forget those two pages in ‘Sudha’ in which comical characters like Daabu, Shooja, Inspector Azad and Majnu were being published. Though ‘Sudha’ has changed a lot over a period of nearly 40 years, even today I eagerly wait for her on each Thursday. My humble request is whether is it not possible for you to publish those four characters mentioned above once again in ‘Sudha’to revive our old memories?

    • k s pradeep Says:

      dear sir i am also sitting on the same bench and requesting for the management to republish those timeless marvels along with moddu mani and off course how one can forget the detective modesty blaise,apart from touching novels from t k rama rao and usha navaratnarams. above all my pet novel NEPATHYA and its hero Dr Prabhas.


  39. Dear Sir, When I was in my student carrier
    life I am well known to your magzine now & then regularely reading so excuse me the current years growing childrens,Adult, are reading less Why?watching T.V. and online activities more so if possible you oppen website like Karavali munjuvu e paper so that magzine sold and could get popularize. thank u.sir,if possible u certainly follow my clue

  40. SUDHAKARA. OF SUGAR CITY Says:

    I THINK “SUDHA” IS ALWAYS SPECIAL AND SWEET LIKE OUR MANDYA SUGAR…………

    SUPER “SUDHA”
    HATS UP TO”MYSORE PRINTERS”

  41. Uday Says:

    Respected editor Sir, Nowadays all cildrens and humanbeing sitting infront of computor,readers of your sudha magzine very rare, I kindly suggest few head lines like jokes,important news kindly display in computor so as to popular your magzine so that customer no doubt increase,your welwisher readers ,udaysir,

  42. Anuroop Says:

    ಮಿತ್ರರೇ, ನಾನು ಲ೦ಡ೦ನ್ನಲಿದ್ದೆನೆ. ವೃತ್ತಿಯಿ೦ದ ವೈದ್ಯ. ಇದು ಲಿಪಿಕಾರ್ ಅ೦ತ ರ್ಪೊಗರ್ಾ೦. ಇನ್ನು ಕಲೀತ ಇದ್ದೇನೆ. ಚೆನ್ನಾಗಿದೆ ಅಲ್ವ ?

  43. reshma Says:

    I have done registration process for sudha online.But i can’t zoom the fonts.How to zoom it?

  44. Rajashekhar Honakere Says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I want Sudha Weekly (Kannada Magazine) from 1965 to 1983. I am ready to purchase. We are collect Sudha magazine from 1984 to till date. One again my request I want Sudha from 1965 to 1983.
    Rajashekhar

  45. Rajashekhar Honakere Says:

    Sir,

    I want Sudha magazine (Kannada weekly) from 1965 to 1983.

    • k s pradeep Says:

      i do want to read all the issues, i remember some one in hassan is having all the issues till date if u get any lead please inform me. Now can i have chance to see the issues which are with you

  46. Rajashekhar Honakere Says:

    Sir,
    I want Sudha magazine (kannada weekly) from 1965 to 1983.
    Rajashekhar

  47. N.P.RAO Says:

    I am reading Sudha magazine since my childhood that is since 1970s.Its a fantastic journey.I can easily connect to my childhood days through the memories of comics ike “Daboo”, ‘Azad”,”Shooja”, “Majnu” etc. I also remember dharavahis like “Happy Birthday” by shanavaratnaram, “Rakhsadweepa” by R.S.B.Math ……. Keep going .Wish u all the best SUDHA

  48. Pradeep Says:

    Dear Yedyrappa/Government of Karnataka.

    Sub: About acquiring of the farmer land for the industries,

    This is very good news for the all Karnataka peoples because of Karnataka is improving, new industries are coming. Totally Karnataka is identifying in the world globe. But question is rising “Karnataka people how much opportunity taken from this”

    Bangalore is example for this, surrounding farmer’s land totally purchased and given for improving the industries. But what is happened totally sold this to other state peoples. No jobs, no home Karnataka people. If you have a gut do the strict agreement with investors like to provide jobs to Karnataka people. This is not possible to you; you need tax from them only.

    Karnataka peoples servant for to other state people, Karnataka peoples living for rent in other state people home. This means what is the use of acquiring of the farmer land for the industries,

    Total Karnataka how many investors are came and invested money, but how many jobs given to us check it.

    Now we have lost Bangalore if it is going like this means in the future once totally we will loose the total Karnataka surely.

    Bangalore effecting to all side of Karnataka, in the Karnataka where jobs there are is no jobs to Karnataka people that is only for other state peoples. Example Karwar Kaiga NPCIL, Mysore TVS-BEML-Wipro, Dharwad-Belur TATA, Mangalore Infosys, Belgaum cement industries here 90% other state peoples are working. These are small known examples. Karnataka is the gold carpet for others.

    We are fighting every day with other state people for our right. In our home we have to fight for our rights?

    Mostly you people don’t know, if you live like common man then only you can understand. What is a problem, what is struggle?

    In Bangalore more than 75% other state peoples are here. Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad etc… here also some percentages of other state peoples are there. But they have not loose their culture or language, land, nothing.

    Why it not possible in the Karnataka? Why it is not possible in Bangalore?

    Farmer’s land acquisition is easy they will give 100%. But think about what is next?

    Should not make peoples like servant of other’s in the future we are Indian they are British

    Pradeep Follower of Pattil Puttappa.

  49. Pradeep Says:

    Keep the meaning “Government of Karnataka”.

    Karnataka peoples are suffering lot in the Bangalore. Because of increasing
    the other states people population .we are questioning all Karnataka people
    each other Bangalore is capital of Karnataka?

    Bangalore is for Karnataka? Bangalore is developing for Karnataka people?
    Etc…. This type all questions are raising to all.

    Our governments need only vote, sit and tax? Our government is itself deleting the Kannada language in the Bangalore and Karnataka. In offices, advertisements, production labels, Buses, All type Industries, Schools, Colleges, etc…. we are searching where Kannada is.

    We can see in Bangalore, especially Central government all type industries,
    Railway, Software, IT, BPO, Film land, Real-estate, TV Channels, Multiplex
    etc… 95% other state peoples are here. Here where is Karnataka peoples?
    Where is Kannada? How we can feel Bangalore is capital city of Karnataka? Last censes we have seen population of Bangalore. This is real truth of increasing Bangalore populations.

    Censes team said funny reason that’s north Karnataka peoples have came to Bangalore. So Bangalore population is increased. North Karnataka peoples are working as coolies in all sides of the Bangalore. What about Central government all type industries, Railway, Software, IT, BPO, Film land, Real-estate, TV Channels, Multiplexes’……..These fields fixed only outside state peoples? How funny?

    Just think like common man then you can understand what is going on in the Bangalore. May you count Karnataka people in above said industries you will get maximum 10%.

    They are 95% in the Bangalore (Out side state peoples). Single appointment we cannot get in the other states. Other state people are telling in the Bangalore “we are Indians”. But in their states they are respect their culture and languages, again forced to learn state languages only. In the Bangalore privative schools there is no Kannada language, not ready to teach our state language. This is Bangalore; this is our Karnataka capital city.

    These effects extend to Karnataka other cities also like Mysore, Mangalore
    Hubli, Danangare, Karwar etc…..

    Now day’s you can check this effect, Mysore, Mangalore, Hubli, Danangare, Karwar etc…..more site registration is going by out side state people. Totally jobs are going to them only.

    Small example for the one In the Karwar Kaiga NPCIL is there. In the NPCIL more than 80% other state people are working. Even Kaiga surrounding peoples are also not got the jobs. Next 70% of power is going to the other state. Karwar and Kaiga surrounding places are not having proper power supply.
    This is only small example. WHAT IS DOING OUR GOVERNMENT?
    In the Bangalore we are living like outside people.

    So, please at least provide 99% jobs for Karnataka people in the in all industries,

    Otherwise, we are already lost total Bangalore. In the future once 100% we
    will lose Karnataka.

    This is just humble request from our Karnataka.

    Otherwise in the future once blood will flow in the Bangalore and Karnataka. That time we can’t able to fight with them.

    Your’s
    Supporter to PATIL PUTTAPPA.

  50. Pradeep Says:

    Keep the meaning of NAMMA METRO.

    Karnataka peoples are suffering lot in the Bangalore. Because of increasing
    the other states people population .we are questioning all Karnataka people
    each other Bangalore is capital of Karnataka?

    Bangalore is for Karnataka? Bangalore is developing for Karnataka people?
    Etc…. This type all questions are raising to all.

    We can see in Bangalore, especially Central government all type industries,
    Railway, Software, IT, BPO, Film land, Real-estate, TV Channels, Multiplex
    etc… 95% other state peoples are here. Here where is Karnataka peoples?
    Where is Kannada? How we can feel Bangalore is capital of Karnataka? Last censes we have seen population of Bangalore. This is real truth of increasing Bangalore populations. Censes team said funny reason that’s north Karnataka peoples. North Karnataka peoples are working as coolies in all sides of the Bangalore. What about Central government all type industries, Railway, Software, IT, BPO, Film land, Real-estate, TV Channels, Multiplexes’……..? How funny?

    They are 95%. Single appointment we cannot get in the other states. Other state people are telling in the Bangalore “we are Indians”. But in their states they are respect their culture and languages, again forced to learn state languages only. In the Bangalore privative schools there is no Kannada language, not ready to teach our state language. This is Bangalore; this is our Karnataka capital city.

    These effects extend to Karnataka other cities also like Mysore, Mangalore
    Hubli, Danangare, Karwar etc…..

    Small example for the one In the Karwar Kaiga NPCIL is there. In the NPCIL more than 80% other state people are working. Even Kaiga surrounding peoples are also not got the jobs. Next 70% of power is going to the other state. Karwar and Kaiga surrounding places are not having proper power supply.
    This is only small example. WHAT IS DOING OUR GOVERNMENT?
    In the Bangalore we are living like outside people

    so, please at least provide 99% jobs for Karnataka people in the NAMMA METRO,

    Otherwise, we are already lost total Bangalore. In the future once 100% we
    will lose Karnataka.

    This is just humble request from our Karnataka.

    Pradeep

  51. k s pradeep Says:

    the big draw back in this issue is that the main reason for the uproar by every one is about the red-carpet welcome given to the people from the other states and our own clan of our Districts. Fine but what about the locals of bangalore
    whether he is a kannadiga ,tamilian teluguvallu,muslim or any other caste we the people born and brought up here are facing one peculiar problem which is not observed or highlighted by any politic honcho or other media barron.Let any one conduct a survey then they will come across a mind boggling fact that we are becoming the stagnant sect of this era. only the outsiders are fourishing and we are forced to work under them that too with the people who doesnt even bother about our culture and language. something should be done on this regard at high level or else the locals will be facing the same heat faced by the mumbaikars and the ugly trauma’s. So it is better late than never and finally one question to all bangaloreans cant we produce a leader who can rule the state with more authoritarian elan than any one else .do we need a out sider to rule us. if the same thing continues the days are not far behind for a struggle for reservations in the local civic bodies.


  52. hi naanu aarathi , staying in dubai , i tried to read online taranga mag , but the online website has not provided any signup procedure . so how to register for taranaga .plz can any body guide me .. thnks in advamce.

  53. raj Says:

    Res Sir,

    Am an aspiring writer, I would like to send stories n poetry penned by me for ur kind consideration n publication
    regards

  54. Nagabhushana BK Says:

    Sir
    Nanu obba Kannadadalli KAVANA Rachanakaara
    Nange Makkalendre Tumba ishta Makkala Premi Nanu
    Nanu Diploma (mechanical) course mugisi Bangalore nalli kasagi company ondaralli kelasa madutiddene
    nanage Nanu barediruva Kavanagalannu publish madisabekennuva MAHADASE nannadu idakke nimma sahakara idiya? nimma Sudha emba pustakadalli nanna kavanagalige avakasha idiya?
    Cell Number: 9986236290


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