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“Need resolve to become patriots in devotion, thoughts”

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Puttur: There is a need for resolve to become patriots through national devotion and thoughts. When change is done by us we can bring about a change in society, said Srikanth Shetty of Udupi, a journalist and orator. He added that it is necessary in today’s day and age that the Sanatana Dharma of India needs to understand and embrace the culture and the heritage of knowledge.

He was speaking at the programme Manasollasa, college day organised at Sri Shankara Auditorium in Nellikatte, Bappalige Ambika PU Vidyalaya premises, run by Nattoja Foundation Trust. In Indian culture, every idea is understood. To bow down to an elder or to someone else’s feet is to bow down to the spirit in another person. Gurukuls, schools and Vidyalayas used to inculcate samskara in the individual by communicating everything. But it is sad to forget the importance of Indian culture, which has been strengthened by western aggression, and living like slaves,” he said.
“Being mental slaves from western culture, we are underestimating our power. In a sense, we are like lions in a circus or like tied elephants. The very essence of the country is hidden. We have to overcome this and emerge as the most powerful person in the world, he said. It is a matter of pride that Ambika Vidyalaya is providing samskara along with education to students and making students the power of the country through patriotism,” he said.
He said it is a matter of pride for India that in a country like Russia today, an attempt is being made to understand the ideas of the Bhagavad Gita. There are many problems in society and young minds should think about what we can offer for the country. Fighters like Bhagat Singh sacrificed for the country the purpose of their sacrifice was to inspire the struggle of other patriots. Today, we can contribute by doing patriotism, social service, and service to the nation,” added Shetty.
Subramanya Nattoja, Secretary of Nattoja Foundation Trust, said, “There is a need for education to create a person in the nation. Education has to work as a complement to bring out the hidden art, literature and culture of children. He said there is a need to identify great artists, musicians and achievers among children and encourage them to become great. Education means attaining self-realisation. Nowadays students need to be strengthened through moral education, he added.
He said parents need to encourage students to not only engage in education but also in extra-curricular activities. Varun S. scored the highest marks in KCET. Vishwajit K scored the highest marks in the exam, NEET. Kaushik Rao, Srivatsa M. K. and Anusha A. L. scored high marks in the exam. All these students were honoured.
In the individual category of the competitions, Bappalige PU College’s Shravya and Nellikatte PU College student Vidhatri Bhat won. In the group competition, Bappalige second B.Com students second place and Nellikatte Charaka PU I students won first. Students who scored the highest marks in academic activities were felicitated. The dignitaries distributed prizes to the winners of various competitions.
Nattoja Foundation Trust Treasurer Rajashree S. Nattoja members Madhava Bhat, Suresh Shetty, Dr M. S. Shenoy, Prasanna Bhat, Rakshak, Teachers’ Association President Shailesh M, Ambika Mahavidyalaya Administrative Officer Ganesh Prasad, Public Relations Officer and Principal of Ambika Mahavidyalaya Rakesh Kumar Kammaje, Students’ Union Presidents of both the colleges Akash J. Rao, Arjun Kudva, Yashu B. K., Chidambar K. J. and others were present.
Keshav Kishore read out the list of students who scored the highest marks in academic activities. Lecturers Satish and Radhika read out the list of awardees.

Nellikatte Ambika PU Vidyalaya Principal Satyajit Upadhyaya M. He was greeted with introductory remarks. Suchitra Prabhu of Ambika PU Vidyalaya proposed the vote of thanks. Vishnu Prasad and Vinutha compered.

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