Kovai Artist Creates ‘String Art’ Portrait of An Artiste

‘Sakalakala Vallavan’ Pats Seevaga Vazhuthi By SHEFA RAFI ‘Art is not what you see, but what you make others see’ is an inspiring quote of Edgar Degas, the French impressionist artist famous for pastel drawings and oil paintings. Perhaps this prompted thirty three year old Seevaga Vazhuthi, a resident of Ganapathy neighbourhood in the city to create ‘string art’ image of Kamal Haasan. The 8 foot height portrait of Parthasarathy Srinivasan alias Kamal Haasan is really a magnum opus for the young artist, who strained his nerves spending over 250…

An Author’s Guinness Attempt On ‘Most Narrators On An Audiobook’

“Bend the rules only if you have learned them; break the rules only if you have mastered them”. Dr. Subramonian has done complete justice to the above phrase. At a time when most people give up citing age as a factor, at 63, Dr. Subramonian has just begun playing the game. An author of his own destiny, he has written himself in history’s page. Still wondering what it is? Well. It’s his record setting attempt of “Most Narrators in an Audiobook”. The book chosen for this attempt was “Daniel Radcliffe”,…

Peelamedu Turned A Mill Destination Besides An Educational Hub

Chronicles of Peelamedu – Part II Peelamedu became an exceptionally large ‘Mill Destination’. Thousands of people got employed and their children received quality education. This made Peelamedu world famous and the P. S. G. Institutions a common word globally. The horse-shoe shaped development brought luck to Coimbatore. Avinashi road, Kamaraj road & Trichy road formed the horseshoe. Racecourse was on the southern side. This horseshoe had many industries, mills, and ventures. Of course, the neighboring Pappanaickenpalayam, Avarampalayam, etc., added to the prosperity. In fact, Pappanaickenpalayam had also come up around…

In A First, Coimbatore Literary Award Fest Recognises Authors

Coimbatore Literary Awards, country’s growing Literary Award Fest recognizes authors of National and International standards. This highly ambitious event was organized by Mark-Fly Publishers from Coimbatore, founded by Akshay Sharma. As an author himself, he craved to bring talented and deserved authors to the limelight. And Mark-Fly Publishers sole objective is to bring Coimbatore to the ‘Literature map of India. The virtual event received 75 entries from across the country, and a few places abroad. However, only 50 were nominated in the CLA, with 10 winners and 6 runners bagging…

Smart Tutoring To Empower Tribal Kids

Young Indians, Coimbatore Chapter – Rural initiatives sponsored SMART TV to empower tribal kids through smart tutoring at Tinkle Sevaa, Anaikatti. The Smart TV initiative is going to be very useful for tribal children for joyful learning during these COVID times. This has been successfully installed at their center. Members of Young India inaugurated this initiative through a remote Zoom Session; Anuj Agarwal – Chair – Rural Initiative – Young Indians; Madhana Rathinavel – Rural Initiative – STRN Young Indians; Dr. Aishwarya Arjun – Chapter Chair – Yi Coimbatore; Jayaprashanth…

Aavaranaa’s Three Day Silk Saree Expo

Silk always attracts people for its bright hues and designs. To give people an experience on the ethnic weaves, the silk saree season is back with a bang and where better to get the best of all rare and carefully woven six yards than at the extravagant Silk Expo organized by the Aavaranaa Boutique. The unique and exquisite exhibition will take place on November 26, 27 and 28 at Race Course encapsulating all the required COVID 19 precautions and measures. From the staff wearing masks to every 3-hour sanitization, Aavaranaa…

Happy Man Can Lead A Happy Life

The physically strongest and bravest gender in human life is Men. They are the prime workforce for the family and society. The common saying, a strong man can lead a good family life and achieve in the professional front as well as social status. A kind of stigma is associated with men being soft and gentle especially with the opposite gender. They have been taught to hide certain basic emotions like cry, smile, laugh, and so on. In order to suppress those emotions they have been encouraged to exhibit anger,…