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80th Sree Rama Navami National Music Festival by Sree Rama Seva Mandali

March 22, 2018

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80th SREE RAMANAVAMI NATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

25TH MARCH TO 24TH APRIL 2018
AT
THE SPECIAL PANDAL
Old Fort High School Grounds, Bengaluru – 18

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RwB posts relating to Sri Rama Navami

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Simple Maths and Higher Maths in RAJ terms!

February 10, 2018

Coin designed on Baradwaj Rangan’s 15 years as Reviewer

February 1, 2018

Don’t miss:

Fifteen years, and counting…

Also read:

Pongalo Pongal! Rangano Rangan!

The World of Baradwaj Rangan

Our Film Companion is Baradwaj Rangan

The inimitable Baradwaj Rangan

Baradwaj Rangan, a writer par excellence

Pongalo Pongal! Rangano Rangan!

January 14, 2018

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Literary Harvest
by Ramki Bellur

With his Kwik Gun and Wrong ‘un
Literary farmer Baradwaj Rangan
is here with his new harvest
his Reviews are top draw, always the best.

To relish the word’s worth see no further than Baddy
His interviews are as green as paddy
Just as the earth waits for the clouds to drop down as rain
We await BR’s books, which is as sweet as sugarcane.

We are awaiting a bounty from this wordsmith
who busts several well known film’s myth
Ask BR for a Bitty Rumination
Who are his fans? We the nation.

Similar to Pongal, we wait for Brangan
to spread warmth and illuminationwith his writing
He adds passion of Rice with literary milk and humour jaggery
A visit to BR’s blog helps us forget life’s vagary

Pongalo Pongal!
Rangano Rangan!

Google Doodle to Two Karnataka Ratnas: ಕನ್ನಡಪ್ರಿಯ ನಮ್ಮ ಡೂಡಲಸಂಗಮದೇವ!

December 29, 2017

ಕನ್ನಡಪ್ರಿಯ ನಮ್ಮ ಡೂಡಲಸಂಗಮದೇವ!

Time machine: New Year

December 28, 2017

Time machine: New Year
Concept & Design: Ramakrishna Bellur Shivaram

Old Year’s adieu

December 27, 2017

Old Year’s message before leaving!

Santa Claus Jokes and Christmas one liners

December 25, 2017

Difference betw. we commoners and Santa? We say “Oho ho” while he says “Hohoho”!

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Using Nirukta (etymological derivation) we can interpret ‘Santa Claus’ as ‘शान्त क्लोश’, who brings world peace, gifts and happiness, and who pacifies the crying!

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What is common between Ganesha and Jesus? During their bday, we utter their Mom’s name first.
Happy Gowri Ganesha !
‘Merry (Mary)’ Christmas !

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Which Dr.Raj’s film will be read differently during X-mas?
SANTA Tukaram.

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HBD SantAtal !

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