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Ponniyin Selvan @ 35th Chennai Book Fair

Ponniyin Selvan @ 35th Chennai Book Fair, all publishers and book sellers has them on display and selling it like hot cakes. They are all over the place from cheaper versions to Vikatan’s with Original Mr. Maniam paintings. Kalki’s Ponniyin Selvan is still in hearts of people (after 50 years!) …

Read Ponniyin Selvan using Google Current

Google Currents is a Flipboard like app that lets you read blogs, news websites and other online publications in a magazine format on your mobile phone and tablet devices. The app is available for both Android and iOS platforms. One big advantage with Google Currents is that you can read your …


35th Chennai Book Fair – 5th Jan to 17th Jan 2012

For all the book lovers (or Worms) BAPASI will have 35th Chennai Book Fair @ St. George Anglo Indian Hr. Secondary School. With respect to History books two members of our group are releasing their book. Kanchi Tharagai by Anusha Manimala – Dr. Kailasam and Kadal Kottai & Parimelazhagan – Udhayanan Update – …

Ponniyin Selvan – Social Network – Beta

This is long due, usually I try to change the site at least every year, it happened in 2008,  2009 and  this time it took one more year 2011!. The idea came to my mind when our group members started discussing sculpture (poetry in stone), ponniyin selvan also in facebook and thought …

Chennai’s Tribute to Raja Raja Chola on Millennium Year of the Big Temple by Krishna Gnana Sabha on 23rd Jan 2011

Krishna Gnana Sabha organized a one day program on Chennai’s Tribute to Raja Raja Chola on Millennium Year of the Big Temple on 23rd Jan 2011. Please find the attached invitation which details the events.

There will be a traditional bronze casting demonstration at the premises as well.

An Evening with Cholas

Ponniyin Selvan Varalaatru Peravai proudly presents

An Evening with Cholas

30th Dec 2010 5:30 PM Onwards

Introduction to South Indian Coins by Sri Arumuga Sethuraman (onsite exhibition of rare Sangam Period and later Cholas coins)

Mural traditions of India by Vijay Kumar ( with Special focus on Big Temple frescos