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Come, relive history at exhibition of rare coins, currency notes

History from different parts of the world and from different periods could be experienced under one roof at 'Nanyadarshini-2016', an exhibition of rare coins and currencies organised by the Karnataka Numismatic Society. Coins and paper currencies from ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

Journeys without destinations

RajivaWijesinha With nothing much to do, I decided in 2012 that I would travel. The last purely personal target I would like to reach in my life is to have visited a hundred countries, and I realized that the intense work of the previous years ...
 Ceylon Today1 week ago

The origins of Bengaluru city is closely linked to Yelahanka

Ask locals in Yelahanka and they will be quick to tell you many urban legends about how Kempe Gowda-I, a chieftain under the Vijayanagara regime, envisioned the existence of present day Bengaluru and eventually shifted his capital here from ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

A rare collection of artefacts

Gadag, which is known for its rich cultural history, was earlier known as Krutapura. It was ruled at various times by Kalyani Chalukyas, Yadavas and the Hoysala dynasty. Each of these civilisations left its mark on the region in terms of temple ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago
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Does Nature need space in our cities? Study of Bengaluru's ecology offers answers

Nature in the City; Bengaluru in the Past, Present and Future — a recent book by Harini Nagendra — comes at an important time. Three of the world's 10 largest cities are in India: Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Three of the world's fastest ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Times of India

Urban legend - Rice, not beans, gave Bengaluru its name

BENGALURU: One of the more popular hypotheses on the origin of the word Bengaluru points to Benda-kaLooru, or `boiled bean but the legend of the Kalika Kamateshwara Swamy Temple begs to differ: the word, it says, comes from `cooked rice' - which is ...
 Times of India1 month ago Rice, not beans, gave Bengaluru its name  AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago

Thiruvannamalai: A divine retreat

22 May 2016, New Delhi, Srinath Rao Thiruvannamalai is a bit of a hot spot for people interested in Advaita Vedanta. A number of spiritual teachers of varying quality, both Indian and Western, congregate in the area and offer satsang, writes ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago
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