Udupi: India’s jurisprudence is a model for the world , said former Karnataka Chief Minister Dr M Veerappa Moily here on Sunday and added that while the judicial system around the world was shackled by religion, Indian jurisprudence has functioned independently since time immemorial due to many Maharishis.
He was speaking at the event of the Sanskriti Vishwa Pratishthana at the Muddanamantapa of MGM College for conferring the ‘Vishwaprabha’ award to the Managing Editor of “Taranga” Weekly Dr. Sandhya S. Pai.
Language, literature, and culture form the bedrock of every civilization. When they grow deep, peace settles in the world. All civilizations in the world have found solace and peace through language, literature, and culture in their own way, he said.
Moily said ‘Dharma’ means opening the path of love. To find solutions to everyday problems, we should go approach science or find solutions from ancient human religion, he added.
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Further, he said that there is a need to think seriously about maintaining global peace along with internal peace. Even when there is an absence of war, exploitation, as well as denial of human rights, can create unrest in society.
Since 1970, “Udayavani” newspaper has rendered invaluable service to the development of the coastal region. Taranga Weekly features thought-provoking articles on global issues. This is the reason why Taranga has attracted thousands of readers. “The full credit for this goes to Dr Sandhya Pai. Through her prolific writing, she has opened up new dimensions socially and culturally,” he said heaping praises.
Living is worthwhile if it bring change in others life: Dr Sandhya Pai
in he acceptance speech after receiving the ‘Vishwaprabha’ award, Dr Sandhya S. Pai said that life should be viewed in two viewpoints: happiness and sadness. It is possible to create a decent life by continuous thought and meditation.There is no greater wealth than doing things that brighten others life, she said.
On this occasion, Dr Pai reminisced about her early days in newspaper management. “I had only a hobby of reading, and through Taranga I turned into a writer.”
Vishwanath Shenoy, the honorary president of Sanskriti Vishva Pratishthana that sponsored the award, praised the Pai couple’s social-oriented thinking.
Former minister Pramod Madhwaraj presided over the event. Senior journalist Manohar Prasad g delivered the felicitation speech. Kannada and Culture Department Assistant Director Poornima, MGM College Principal Prof Laxminarayana Karanth, Convener of the Award Committee Maravante Nagaraj Hebbar, and the foundation’s president Prof. Shankar, mong others were present.