Shri T Padmanabhan’s take on Pseudosecular practices in Literary field

via HK published on July 10, 2011

Kannur: Eminent Malayalam short story writer Shri T Padmanabhan lashed out at Pseudosecular practices in Kerala’s cultural and literary field. Shri Padmanabhan was inaugurating 36th Annual meet of Balagokulam here at Navaneeth Auditorium.

Even after family members of Kerala’s greatest Poet Ullur S Parameswaran came forward to donate his home for preserving it as museum – Government were not ready to take care of it. During the reign of Communist Ministry – Kerala Sahithya Academy President M Mukundan decided to cancel the Endowment in the name of Lord Sri Padmanabha Swamy. This endowment was started by Travancore Royal family. Reason Mukundan gave for his decision is that Lord padmanabha Swamy is not secular! ( Under new circumstances does Communist party ready to brand Lord padmanabha Swamy as communal? ).When first Sanskrit University was started in Kerala, the Vice Chancellor appointed by the politicians not even know how to read Hindi. When complained Sukumar Azheecode’s explanation was – No where in constitution it says that Sanskrit university vice chancellor should know Sanskrit!

Former Akhila Bharatheeya Sikshan Pramukh R Hari, Saha Prantha sanghachalak Advocate K K Balram, Sahaprantha Prachar Pramukh Valsan Thilankeri, Balagokulam State President N Hareendran Master and others were present.

Today Eminent  sculptor Shri Kanayi Kunhiraman will inaugurate the function. Balagokulam Margadarshi Shri M A Krishnan, Swami Amruthakripanandapuri,RSS Kshetriya Baudhik Pramukh J Nandakumar at others will address the meet.

Know more at Balagokulam at – http://www.balagokulam.net/home       

 

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