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 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. »
Brindavan Express is not quite as fast as it used to be, nor is it the unchallenged monarch of the Bangalore-Madras route. Similarly, life has changed for the author too, while he misses his childhood and memories. »
Bangalore from near anonymity in 1809, has evolved into one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. To commemorate the establishment, a seminar on the urban growth of Bangalore was held recently in the city.