Part 2 of the series exploring Sir CV Raman’s legacy: Raman takes over the reins of IISc. He soon invites Max Born to Bengaluru. He also initiates other reforms, setting off a chain of events that eventually cost him the directorship.
In this edition, read about Bellandur lake and its litany of problems, why microfinance makes things worse for the poor, how CV Raman came to the city, and what happens to Ganesha idols after the festival is over. All this and more…
Each time it rains near Bellandur lake, froth surfacing from the lake attacks the nearby roads and vehicles. Why is this happening? What is stopping whom from rejuvenating Bengaluru’s biggest lake? Here is what you need to know about Bellandur lake.
In this four-part series, we explore the relationship between C V Raman and the city of Bengaluru – his life and work here, that gave the city many of its famous landmarks. This part explores early life and C V Raman’s journey to Bengaluru.
The play takes you to the pre-independence era and gives new insights into the freedom struggle. Dim romantic lights, old transistors and carefully picked nostalgic music make for a memorable experience.