Wednesday, October 4, 2017

S​tepwells, Ravishankar Thyagarajan, 7th Oct 2017

தமிழ்ப் பாரம்பரியக் குழுமம்

Tamil Heritage Trust
presents

S​tepwells
(​படிக்கிணறுகள்)
by
​Ravishankar Thyagarajan


7th​ October 2017,
Saturday 5:30 PM at Arkay Center,

146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai

About the Topic:

Stepwells are large and steep wells with steps leading to the water, built mostly in the dry states of Gujarat, Rajasthan and regions around Delhi. Though there were stepwell constructions prior to 10th century, after this period, the constructions became large and more ornate, of a quality comparable to the greatest temples of India. One such standout stepwell is Rani ki Vav built by King Bhimdev I of the Solanki dynasty in the 11th century at Patan. The stepwell construction continued during the Islamic rule as well, in the 13th-16th century period.

The talk will introduce stepwells in general, and describe in more detail two important stepwells of Gujarat, Rani ki Vav mentioned above and the 15th century stepwell Adalaj near Ahmedabad.

About the speaker:
Ravishankar Thyagarajan is a heritage enthusiast, who works in a leading Financial institution in Chennai. His interests range from Puranas to syncretic traditions of India. He has given talks on U Ve Sa, Inscriptions of Chalukyas of Badami, Jain sculptures of Kalugumalai & Islamic Architecture of India.
Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required. The event will also be available on LIVE.


RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Friday, September 1, 2017

Sacred textiles of India, Sreemathy Mohan, 2nd Sep 2017

தமிழ்ப் பாரம்பரிய அறக்கட்டளை
Tamil Heritage Trust
presents
Sacred Textiles of India
(இந்திய புனித ஆடையலங்காரம்)
by
Sreemathy Mohan
2nd September 2017, Saturday 5:30 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai


About the Topic:

The most common function for textiles is their use as articles of clothing. Apart from their importance as everyday and ceremonial dress, textiles in India have numerous other functions including their use as religious hangings, backdrops, sacred talismans etc. They are intimately connected to systems of religion, political organization, marriage, social status and exchange. Such decorative textiles assumes great importance as symbols of prestige, articles of wealth and of religious importance. The making of such clothes requires physical and spiritual precautions to protect the quality of dyeing and weaving, and the wellbeing of the artisian. Through an introduction to such textiles of India, and by seeing cloths in their cultural context, we can understand and appreciate their true value and meaning.

About the speaker:

The speaker was an insurance and IT professional, and is currently a textile researcher and enthusiast on history of Indian/World textiles. She writes widely on the subject, She has co-founded the W3 - Women, Weave, World -on Facebook, which is a group of Textile lovers and enthusiasts, and also works with Weavers and Weaving Societies directly in supporting and reviving vintage weaves. Participating and conducting textile trails in various clusters has given her a practical insight. She is enthusiastic about outreach to youngsters about our rich handloom heritage, and also facilitates expert connect sessions with designers.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required. The event will also be available on LIVE.


RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Saturday, August 5, 2017

The Fabulous 40s, A Decade in Madras History, R Venketesh, Video


The Fabulous 40s, A Decade in Madras History, R Venketesh, 5th August 2017

Tamil Heritage Trust
presents
THE FABULOUS 40s, A DECADE IN MADRAS HISTORY
(40களில் நாம் கண்ட சென்னை)
by
Venketesh Ramakrishnan
5th August 2017, Saturday 6:00 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai

About the Topic:

Some decades have the dullest assortment of events; they are swept into the backyard of forgetfulness. Some are not. These are years when the newspapers habitually keep sending out their errand boys to buy extra ink- to print bolder headlines in close succession day after day. The 1940’s were one such ink guzzling decade. Throughout the world in fact. And very much so in India and city of Madras.

40’s started with a flourish. The tercentenary of the city had just been celebrated. The finale of a century old freedom struggle was nearing   and a world war clouded all history from the background. Political landscape of Madras and to an extent Andhra state was shaped in this decade. Advances were made in art and film stars and singers who dominated the next 50 years took their baby steps in the 40s.  And then scandals too were many. Superstars were arrested for murder, Movie moguls were created, singing demigods were banned from sabhas, girls from Madras became queens elsewhere and sitting judges were arrested for manslaughter.  And Madras changed too geographically. Lakes were dug, rivers killed, bridges built and art deco buildings crowded the streets.

40’s was a decade of achievements and losses, gains and forfeits, laughter and tear. Some amazing events happened in those ten years in Madras. Some even laid the footing for grander things to follow. Having the calendar as a common thread, this talk will focus on happenings in close succession over a decade. Basically a storytelling session filled with trivia, it would help  a clear picture emerge on what our city was like  70 years ago. This Madras Month let us revisit the past, where the seeds for today were sown.

About the speaker:

R.VENKETESH  is a historian and novelist. He writes a weekly column for DT next and lectures frequently on historical topics in both English & Tamil. His KAVIRI MAINDHAN a sequel to Kalki’s Ponniyin selvan was his first book. He is the founder of 2 history social groups called PONNIYIN SELVAN GROUP and the MADRAS LOCAL HISTORY GROUP with huge members. His cultural mapping projects of the Cooum and Adyar river made the city sit up and take notice  of what it had previously thought of as sewers. An avid traveler, Venketesh  makes frequent trips to historical and temple sites.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required. The event will also be available on LIVE.


RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Friday, July 21, 2017

A Chola Game of Thrones, Whitney Cox, 21st July 2017

Tamil Heritage Trust, Dimple's Art Gallery and Apparao Galleries proudly present

'A Chola Game of Thrones'
21st July, Friday 6:30 PM
At Dimple's gallery
2nd floor, Dilmas Square
27/10 Shafi Mohammed Road
Opp Apollo Children's Hospital
(Off Greams road)
Chennai 600006

A talk by Dr Whitney Cox, Chair, Department of South Asian languages and civilisations, University of Chicago, in which he explores a crucial period in Chola' History surrounding the Ascension and reign of Kulothunga Chola. The Chola Emperor Kulotthunga I ruled for a half-century, from 1070 to around 1120; after the great empire builders Rajaraja and Rajendra, he was perhaps the greatest of the kings of that dynasty. His path to the throne, however, was complex. In  1070, Kulotthunga was called Rajendra Chola, and he was one of the three men who could claim to be the rightful king. By 1074 at the latest, he was renamed Kulothunga ("Supreme in his Family") and ruling unopposed. How he managed to go from one point to the other is a fascinating story, which Dr Cox will try to relate in the course of this talk.

Dr Whitney Cox' recent book ' Politics, Kingship and Poetry in Medieval South India: Moonset on Sunrise mountain' ( Cambridge university press 2016)  explores the working of a complex political society that the Chola reign during this period presents.

All are welcome!

Saturday, July 1, 2017

பண்ணிசை தந்த சமூகங்கள், ப.கோலப்பன், வீடியோ


பண்ணிசை தந்த சமூகங்கள், ப.கோலப்பன், 1 ஜூலை 2017

Tamil Heritage Trust
presents
Communities of Music
(பண்ணிசை தந்த சமூகங்கள்)
by
B. Kolappan
1st July 2017, Saturday 5.30 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai

About the Topic: A few caste communities in Tamil Nadu besides Brahmins and Isai Vellalas have contributed considerably to music. Padayachi, Kambar, Sunnanbu Paravar, Maruthuvar and some dalit castes have contributed immensely to the musical tradition of Tamil Nadu but their contributions are not well known. Their contribution ranges from playing in Carnatic concerts, in temple festivals, village festivals, naiyandi meals performances etc. They have been adept at playing nageswaram, thavil, flute, mridangam and many other instruments. Over the years these traditions are vanishing and the performers have hardly received any recognition. This talk will explore some of these communities and their contributions to music.

About the speaker: The loudspeakers from the Madhusoothana Perumal temple in his village regularly filled the air with music, besides best Nagaswaram players perfoming during summer festivals called Kodai. They fuelled his interest in music. Later as a reporter for Dinamani, The New Indian Express and The Hindu, Kolappan wrote extensively about music. He currently works for The Hindu.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration is required. The event will also be available on LIVE thru YouTube. For further details, visit http://www.tamilheritage.in & https://www.facebook.com/TamilHeritageTrust

RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Friday, June 2, 2017

Buddhist Monuments & Iconography in Odisha, Shyam Raman, 3rd June 2017

தமிழ்ப் பாரம்பரிய அறக்கட்டளை 
Tamil Heritage Trust
presents
Buddhist Monuments & Iconography in Odisha - An Introduction
(ஒடிசாவின் பௌத்தப் பண்பாட்டுச் சின்னங்கள் குறித்து ஓர் அறிமுகம்)
by
Shyam Raman
3rd June 2017, Saturday 5.30 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai

About the Topic: Lalitagiri, Ratnagiri and Udayagiri, about two and a half hours away from Bhubaneswar, were major centers of Buddhism. The remains at Lalitagiri have been dated as early as 3rd C CE; Ratnagiri and Udayagiri developed subsequently. They were great centers of Vajrayana buddhism between the 7th and 11th centuries. Archaeological excavations from 1958 and more recently in 1997-2000 have unearthed the ruins of a grand monastic complex with magnificent shrines. The sites have numerous sculptures of the Mahayana and Vajrayana pantheon as well as hundreds of votive stupas. The talk will include a quick overview of the three sites as well as an introduction to the basics of Buddhist iconography in Odisha.

About the speaker: Shyam Raman is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering and a post graduate in Management. He is currently employed with a large conglomerate based in Chennai.  In the past few years, he has been an active participant in the events of the Tamil Heritage Trust.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required. The event will also be available on LIVE. For further details, please visit http://www.tamilheritage.in & https://www.facebook.com/TamilHeritageTrust

RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Heritage of Hydraulics, Shashwath, Video


Heritage of Hydraulics - Tradition of water conservation in Tamil Nadu, Shashwath

Tamil Heritage Trust
presents
Heritage of Hydraulics - Tradition of water conservation in Tamil Nadu
(தமிழ்ச் சமூகப் பண்பாட்டில்  நீர் மேலாண்மை)
by Shashwath
6th May 2017, Saturday 5.30 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai

About the Topic: In a land with no perennial rivers, it is the system Eris and canals that have been the backbone of Tamil culture since the most ancient of times. In short, they have transformed the landscape to make agriculture possible. They were built by both kings and commoners, and engineered with precision. In these times of unpredictable floods and droughts, groundwater depletion and land use changes, the significance of these structures is magnified. We will try to examine their history and their technology, and explore their relevance for today.

About the speaker: Shashwath is an electronics engineer by profession, but an environmentalist and heritage enthusiast by interest. He has been involved in environmental and water issues in Chennai city since childhood, and has most recently been a part of the Cooum Cultural Mapping project. As a heritage enthusiast, he has contributed to Poetry in Stone, and has documented several heritage sites both in Tamil Nadu and outside.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required. The event will also be available on LIVE


RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Saturday, April 1, 2017

அசோகமித்திரன், வாழ்வும் எழுத்தும், ஞாநி, வீடியோ


அசோகமித்திரன், வாழ்வும் எழுத்தும், ஞாநி, 1 ஏப்ரல் 2017

தமிழ்ப் பாரம்பரிய அறக்கட்டளை
(Tamil Heritage Trust)
presents
Ashokamitran, Life and Works
by Gnani
1st April 2017, Saturday @ 5.30 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai

About the Topic:  Sakitya Akademi award winning writer Ashokamitran (J. Thyagarajan) died last week on 23rd March 2017. A prolific writer, wrote over 200 short stories, 8 novels, 15 novellas and innumerable articles in Tamil. He also rewrote a few of his short stories to English and wrote a sketch of places in Chennai and about SS Vasan of Gemini Studios in English. Ashokamitran's contribution to Tamil literature includes his work as the editor of the magazine Kanaiyazhi, which provided space to most of the top Tamil writers of today. Many of his short stories and novels have been translated to English and other Indian languages. The talk will focus on Ashokamitran's life and will also take a critical look at his contribution to Tamil literature.

About the speaker: Gnani is a journalist and a writer, who has had a long association with Ashokamitran. They have worked together as part of the Theatre group Pareeksha.

தலைப்பு: அசோகமித்திரன், வாழ்வும் எழுத்தும்

பேச்சாளர்: ஞாநி

தலைப்பு பற்றி: சாகித்ய அகாதெமி பரிசு பெற்ற எழுத்தாளர் அசோகமித்திரன் (ஜ.தியாகராஜன்) சென்ற வாரம் 23 மார்ச் 2017 அன்று காலமானார். தமிழில் 200க்கும் மேற்பட்ட சிறுகதைகளையும் 8 நாவல்களையும் 15 குறுநாவல்களையும்,  ஏராளமான கட்டுரைகளையும் எழுதியுள்ளார். தன்னுடைய சில சிறுகதைகளை ஆங்கிலத்தில் அவரே மறு ஆக்கம் செய்துள்ளார். சென்னையைப் பற்றிச் சில கட்டுரைகளையும் ஜெமினி ஸ்டூடியோஸின் எஸ்.எஸ்.வாசன் பற்றிய ஓர் ஆக்கத்தையும் ஆங்கிலத்தில் எழுதியுள்ளார். தமிழ் இலக்கியத்துக்கு அவர் ஆற்றிய முக்கிய பங்களிப்புகளில் ஒன்று கணையாழி இதழின் ஆசிரியராக இருந்தது, இன்று தமிழ் இலக்கியத்துக்கு முக்கியப் பங்களித்துக் கொண்டிருக்கும் பல்வேறு எழுத்தாளர்களுக்கு களம் அமைத்துக் கொடுத்தார். அவருடைய பல சிறுகதைகளும் நாவல்களும் ஆங்கிலத்திலும் பிற இந்திய மொழிகளிலும் மொழியாக்கம் செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளன.

பேச்சாளர் பற்றி: பத்திரிகையாளரும் எழுத்தாளருமான ஞாநி, அசோகமித்திரனுடன் நீண்ட காலத் தொடர்பில் இருந்தவர். பரீக்ஷா என்ற நாடகக் குழுவில் இருவரும் இணைந்து பணியாற்றியுள்ளனர்.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required.  Video stream of the event will be available on LIVE.

For further details, please check


RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Friday, March 3, 2017

Converting Passion to Business, to protect and conserve heritage, Steve Borgia, 4th March 2017

தமிழ்ப் பாரம்பரிய அறக்கட்டளை
(Tamil Heritage Trust) 
presents

Converting Passion to Business, to protect and conserve heritage

by Shri Steve Borgia

4th March 2017, Saturday @ 5.30 PM at Arkay Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore, Chennai
Steve Borgia is the Chairman and Managing Director of INDeco Leisure Hotels. His INDeco hotels are currently in Mahabalipuram, Swamimalai and Lake Forest (Yercaud). Mr. Borgia has created a unique blend of tourism with heritage preservation and ecology conservation. The Swamimalai hotel has won the prestigious Global Eco Tourism Award. He runs "The Steve Borgia Indian Heritage Museum" in his hotels, which is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

Steve Borgia will talk about how he put together these hotels, what kind of heritage conservation aspects he is involved in and how he uses the local artisans for creating the ambience in his hotels. He will also talk about how he acquired a heritage building in Chennai which was about to be demolished and transplanted the whole building to his hotel in Yercaud and has restored the same in his hotel.

Entry for the event is absolutely FREE; No registration required. Video stream of the event will be available on LIVE.
For further details, please check


RSVP:
S. Swaminathan - sswami99@gmail.com; 2467 1501
Badri Seshadri - Kizhakku-p-padippakam - badri@nhm.in; 98840-66566
A. Annamalai: Gandhi Study Centre - gandhicentre@gmail.com;
S. Kannan - musickannan@gmail.com; 98414-47974
R. Gopu - writergopu@yahoo.com, 98417-24641
T.Sivasubramanian - siva.durasoft@gmail.com, 98842-94494

Friday, February 3, 2017

சீர்மிகு செங்கல் தளி - துக்காச்சி, இரா. விசுவநாதன், 4 பிப் 2017

தமிழ்ப் பாரம்பரிய அறக்கட்டளை
(Tamil Heritage Trust) 
presents

சீர்மிகு செங்கல் தளி - துக்காச்சி

By

திரு. இரா. விசுவநாதன்

4th February 2017, Saturday @ 5.30 PM at Arkay Chennai Convention Center,
146/3 R.H.Road, OMS Lakshana (Above Shah Electronics), Mylapore,
தமிழ்ப் பாராம்பரிய  குழுமத்தின் சார்பாக நடைபெறும் மாதாந்திர உரை நிகழ்ச்சியில், பிப்ரவரி 2017 நிகழ்வாக, சோழர்கால செங்கல் கட்டுமானம், செங்கல்-சுதைச் சிற்பங்கள், ஓவியங்கள் ஆகியவை குறித்த உரை இடம்பெறுகிறது. அனுமதி இலவசம். அனைவரும் வருக!

தலைப்பு குறித்து...

கும்பகோணத்திலிருந்து நாச்சியார்கோவில் செல்லும் வழியில் உள்ள சிறு கிராமம் துக்காச்சி. இங்கு விக்கிரம சோழன் (ஆட்சியாண்டு 1117-35) காலத்தில் கட்டப்பட்ட கோவில், அருள்மிகு சௌந்தரநாயகி உடனுறை ஆபத்சகாயேசுவரர் திருக்கோயில். சோழர்கள் காலத்தில், ஏற்கெனவே இருந்த செங்கல் கோவில்கள் பலவும் கருங்கல் கோவில்களாக மாற்றிக் கட்டப்பட்டன. இப்பணி பின்னர் விஜயநகர, நாயக்கர் காலத்திலும் தொடர்ந்தது. ஆயினும் பல கோயில்களில் கோபுர மேல்பகுதி, விமானத்தில் மேல்பகுதி ஆகியவை செங்கல்-சுதை கட்டுமானங்களாகவே இருந்தன, இன்றும் இருக்கின்றன.

நாளடைவில் மாற்றங்கள் கண்டாலும்வெகுசில கோயில்களில் சோழர்கால செங்கல்-சுதைக் கட்டுமானங்களையும் சிற்பங்களையும் காணமுடிகிறது. அப்படிப்பட்ட கோயில்களில் மிக முக்கியமானது துக்காச்சி. கடந்த பல நூற்றாண்டுகளாக  திருப்பணி ஏதும் நடைபெறாத காரணத்தால் இக்கோயிலின் சில பகுதிகளில் சோழர்காலச் செங்கல்-சுதை வேலைப்பாடுகளைக் காண முடிகிறது.  ஆபத்சகாயேசுவரர் விமானத்தில் கடந்த ஓரிரு ஆண்டுகளில் மராமத்து வேலைகள் நடைபெற்றதில் பழமையான செங்கல் சுதை வேலைப்பாடுகள் அழிபட்டுவிட்டன. ஆனால் சௌந்தரநாயகி கோவில் விமானத்தில் இன்றும் சோழர்காலப் பழமைச் சிற்பங்களையும் கட்டுமானங்களையும் காணமுடிகிறது.சோழர்கால ஓவியங்களைப் பொருத்தமட்டில் நார்த்தாமலை விஜயாலயசோழீசுவரத்தில் மிகச் சிறு துணுக்குகள் கிடைத்துள்ளன. தஞ்சைப் பெரியகோயிலில் சோழர்கால ஓவியங்களை காணமுடிகிறது.  அதன் தொடர்ச்சியாக துக்காச்சியிலும் சிறிது காணக்கிடைக்கிறது.

பேச்சாளர் குறித்து...

திரு. இரா. விசுவநாதன் ஆவடியில் உள்ள சென்னை தேசிய கலை மற்றும் அறிவியல் கல்லூரியின் காட்சிவழி தகவல் தொடர்புத் துறையில் ஓவிய ஆசிரியராகப் பணிபுரிகிறார். சென்னை நுண்கலைக் கல்லூரியில் கல்வி கற்றவர். தொல்லியல் நினைவுச் சின்னங்களை நேரில் பார்வையிட்டு  அவற்றைப் புகைப்படங்களாக  ஆவணப்படுத்தும் முயற்சிகளில் ஈடுபட்டுவருகிறார். கோயில் சுவர்கள்மீது நடக்கும் திருப்பணிகள், அவை காரணமாக ஏற்படும் பாதிப்புகள், பணிகளின் நிறைகுறைகள் ஆகியவற்றை ஒப்பிட்டு புராதனச் சின்னங்களைச் சரியாகப் பாதுகாக்கவேண்டிய முயற்சிகளில் இவரும் இவருடைய நண்பர்களும் தொடர்ந்து ஈடுபட்டுவருகின்றனர்.

எமது நிகழ்ச்சிகள் பற்றிய விபரங்களை பேஸ்புக் மற்றும் இணையத்தளத்தில் காணலாம்.


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