Teachers told to attract students to literature

 
Speaking after inaugurating the Monnanda Changappa Memorial Endowment lecture programme organised by the taluk KSP at the Suntikappanadu High School at Kodagarahalli near Suntikoppa Hobli in Kushalnagar, he said, “teachers in colleges and schools should bring students to all literary meets.

This would make students more enthusiastic towards literature and they will also get          opportunity to meet litterateurs.”

Kodava Sahitya Academy former president B P Appanna speaking on Kannada-Kodava Languages said that the Kodava language has the status of being a sibling of Kannada in the bunch of Pancha-Dravida Bhashas. Kannada has influenced the Kodava language greatly in its development, he added. 

The history of Kodava literature and folklore begins with the advent of eminent litterateurs Haridasa Appachu Kavi and Nandikeriyanda Muthanna way back n 1790, Annappa said. Taluk KSP President J C Shekhar presided.

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