“Translation is a tough job” – Justice Shri Krishna
Mumbai, December 17: “Writing a book is a great job and translation work is a tough job. For translation work, control over a language is very essential. If the translator has a hold on the language, the translated work will come out very beautiful. Let this book written by Shyamala be translated to many other languages and stand out as a valuable work” said Justice B N Shri Krishna-the retired judge of Supreme Court.
On Friday evening, the book release and analysis programme was held by Srujana Group, Mumbai at Mysore Association, Bhaudaji Road, Matunga (E). Justice Shri Krishna was the president of the programme.
In the programme, the collection of articles from writers of Srujana group named “Mahila Janapada”, a travelogue of Dr.Suneetha Shetty- “Saagaradaachege”, an English work by Shalet Brantia which was translated to Kannada by Shyamala Madhava named “Jane Air” were released by Justice Shri Krishna.
The programme was conducted in association with Mysore Association Mumbai. The chief of the Sparrow group Dr. C S. Lakshmi was the chief guest. Dr. Girija Shastri and journalist Dayasagara Chauta analysed the book, expressed their views and wished good luck.
Narayana Shetty (Navin Printers), Dr G P Kusuma, Dakshayini Yedahalli, Sharada A Anchan were honored with bouquets.
The Assistant Convener Meena Kalavara, Treasurer Suma Dwarakanath were present. Susheela S Devadiga sung the welcome song.
Shyamala Madhava introduced the books. Dakshayini Yedahalli delivered the introductory speech. Shantha Shastri compered the programme. Sharada Ambesange proposed the vote of thanks.
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