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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Bharathi's Varanasi home must be declared national heritage site-Tarun Vijay

Bharathi's Varanasi home must be declared national heritage site-Tarun Vijay

Floral Tributes paid to great revolutionary poet Subramaniam Bharathi in New Delhi

11th September 2014- New Delhi- Today  Tarun Vijay MP offered flowers at the statue of great revolutionary poet Subramaniam Bharathi in New Delhi as chief guest of Delhi Tamil Sangam. observing the Punya Tithi of great poet Bharathi, he said that the ideals of Bharathi are more relevant today . 

 Tarun Vijay was informed about the house of Bharathiyar in Varanasi where he had lived during studies.  Tarun Vijay assured that he will speak about it to the union Minister for culture and visits the house . He said that he will demand that government declares the house of Bharathi in Varanasi as national heritage and have it properly renovated and make permanent arrangements for its upkeep.

Pic shows  Tarun Vijay with sr office bearers of Delhi Tamil Sangam at the feet of Bharathi statue in New Delhi 

4 comments:

Krish Viba said...

Dear Mr.Tarun Vijay,

Thank you so much for taking interest in Bharathi and Tamil. I am overwhelmed by your gesture. At this juncture, would like to bring to your notice a very high level literary attempt made by a contemporary novelist Jeyamohan - He is re-writing mahabharatham in an expanded novel form. It is published in his website www.jeyamohan.in . He plans to write the entire epic in around 20 novels. So far, he has completed 3 of them over a span of 1500 pages in the past 9 months. close to 45000 people are reading the novel daily in his website and they have been brought out as hard bound books already. The quality is something comparable to Jayadevar/ andal / kamban. Your focus on such a great indian attempt, will be a great support to such creative attempts. - Bala

இலக்குவனார் திருவள்ளுவன் said...

வாழ்த்துகள்.
http://thiru2050.blogspot.in/2014/09/blog-post_65.html

காண்க.

Yogi said...

Please note that non-Hindi, non-Tamil speakers constitute over 50% of Indians

Vijay said...

Once the people of Kerala, Karnataka, Orissa and other states make demands like Tamilians, they will also get justice. The should be mean and vocal to be noticed.