13 November 2017

18 June 2017

Natural places to visit near toronto


These do a decent job of listing things. Goodluck. I would vote against Scarborough Bluffs. Entire Toronto shit drains there to the lake ontario kind of.


https://www.narcity.com/ca/on/toronto/travel/14-best-places-to-get-in-touch-with-nature-near-toronto
http://www.flightnetwork.com/blog/21-natural-wonders-in-ontario/
http://www.blogto.com/sports_play/2016/02/5_surreal_wonders_to_explore_near_toronto/


04 June 2017

First Nations writing system is based on East Indian scripting system (Canada etc)

There are many scripting systems. Chinese-Japnese picture-based writing systems, Indian brahmi based syllabic system, Arabic writing system and then the Roman system used in English etc. Indian syllabic system is arguably documented very well with theory and all. Saraswati-Indus civilization in India had pictorial writing. Brahmi that emerged here, therefore, can be thought of as being an advancement over it. The Roman system relies on phonemes which the Indian system has already explored as documented by Panini in Ashtadhyayi. Syllable is an abstraction above phoneme. Therefore Indians landed on a system based on the syllable that most Indian languages use today.

The scripting created for First Nations peoples in Canada is based on the Indian Brahmi system. The missionaries who did it were by then clearly aware of the Indian system and therefore can not claim to have invented it. Rather they only adapted Brahmi to suit First Nations languages. This is my finding of a year ago. I will come back with more details on it. But putting details here for the record. I shared this information on Facebook in reply to this article (the article is confused, to say the least - but that is another matter):

http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2017/06/04/a-racist-tv-anchor-who-thinks-sanskrit-is-still-spoken-in-india_a_22124713/?utm_hp_ref=in-homepage&ncid=fcbklnkinhpmg00000001

Regards
Ragu Kattinakere

13 March 2017

The Kaitabheshwara Devastana in Kubatur Anavatti, Karnataka India


Kaitabheshwara of Kubatturu started from 3rd SE (Shalivahana Era) in the Kadamba kingdom. The temple that now exists was last built by Vinayaditya of Hoysala empire in 1100s. This is about 40 Kms from Kattinakere. A lot of Haveeks now in DK migrated from around here in around 15-16 SE (This is new information by the way).








29 January 2017

Rasa and Yakshagana - Vidwan Shrikanth Bhat Kilara

              

Chandrahasa Charitre (Dushatbuddhi) Yakshagana - Kattinakere

Kattinakere 2017 Jan 18
Bhagavataru:    Shri Venkataraya Hodabatte
                         Ragu Kattinakere
Maddale:          Nagabhushana Kedalesara
Chande:            Ganesh

Dushtabhuddhi: Shri Seetaram Hegde Ulavi
Vishaye:             Shankara Kotari
Chandrahasa:     Havyaka Manju
Charaka:             Shankaranarayana Hosakoppa

Stage: Bangaryappa and Revanyappa