The highly potential lyricist and music director K.Kalyan observed the 57th Independence day with the blind children of Ramana Maharshi Blind School near Ragi Gudda in Jayanagar Bangalore.
It was a touching function. Top actor Ramesh Aravind added the needed boost to the function.
Kalyan had in this year celebrated the ‘Valentine Day’ in the house of first love poet of Kannada literature K.S.Narasimhaswamy. He celebrated the mother’s day with S.Janaki the profound singer of South India and now he opened the eyes of those who are blind despite of having vision.
For nearly 100 blind children of Ramana Maharshi Kalyan arranged for three hours musical program and took the responsibility of teaching music for two of the students for one year. As a matter of fact this social work has peeped into the head of Kalyan as he wanted to do something novel and noteworthy on the occasion of his parents married life coming to 50 years.
In the two hours of musical treat blind boy Srikanta is really the fast shining youth in music. There was an all round applause for Srikanta for his song Edhe Thumbi Hadidhenu…., of Dr.G.S.Shivaradrappa poem. The cute girl Jyothi quick in her senses was the cynosure of all eyes.
On the children demand Ramesh Aravind sung the national anthem for which all the students stood up to sing in chorus.
Sweets packets and rose flowers were distributed to all the children by Kalyan on this occasion.
Chitraloka congratulate Kalyan spirit and enthusiasm in this lovely work. A small advice. What you had coined on the stage on 15th August – Hinduthva Ullavarige Andhatva Illa’ is not appropriate. You got the point.