Maharshi Narada is an ideal for all media professionals who are striving to practice good journalism and preserve high journalistic standards of yesteryears in India. Today is the day of the ‘pioneer journalist’ to be remembered and followed.
In today’s world, mass media plays an important role in shaping up the public opinion and is considered as the fourth pillar of Democracy. With the advent of electronic and social media, newer opportunities along with additional challenges, have been opened for the media professionals. There is a need to reiterate and preserve best practices in journalism.
VSK, Karnataka today has also organised an online panel discussion with eminent journalists on the topic of “Bharatiya Journalism post Covid19 days”. Sri Ajit Hanamakkanavar, Head News and Programme, Suvarna News, Sri Hariprakash Konemane, Chief Editor of Vijaya Karnataka, Sri C Maheshwaran, Editor of Sadhvi(Evening newspaper from Mysuru) and Sri Ramu Patil, Bureau Chief of The New Indian Express will be part of the panel. Sri Ramesh Doddapura, Deputy Chief Reporter Vijayavani will moderate the panel.
Link to attend the panel discussion: https://tinyurl.com/may9samvada
‘Chiranjivi’ means one who lives forever. He is also regarded as the ‘mind’ of God – one who always knows God’s wishes. The Bhakti Sutras of Narad is one of the wonderful books on devotion and has no parallel. These texts outlive the philosophy and the classical authority of the concept of Bhakti. The ancient form of Sutra literature in Sanskrit is often very terse and its meaning is obscure and is liable to various interpretations. Fortunately, the Bhakti Sutras of Narad stand out their clarity, simplicity and internal coherence. The Narad Bhakti Sutra is a very ancient and authoritative scripture.
VSK Karnataka again heartily wishes all journalists a happy Narada Jayanti.