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About kvramakrishnarao

The author, K. V. Ramakrishna Rao graduating from Madras University in 1979 in Physics, then, proceeded to his multifarious activities by acquiring degrees in Psychology, Electronics & Telecommunications and Law. Started his research activities in 1987, he presented papers in national and international conferences and seminars. Presented more than 450 papers and published more than 250 till date (2010) in the proceedings, books, journals and websites covering Sangam Tamil literature, history, astronomy, Comparative Religion, law etc. Starting with writing “Letters to Editor”, he turned his attention towards research in 1987. His areas of special interest are Sangam Tamil literature and Ancient Indian Arts and Sciences. He has edited two books and published two.In 2000, he was invited by the Iranian National Commission for United Nation to present a paper, “Decoding and Decipherment of Omar Khayyam’s Rubaiyat” to commemorate 900th death anniversary of Hakim Omar Khayyam at Neshabouri, Iran. He then visited Mauritius (2001), Sri Lanka (2002) and Malaysia (2003) to present papers. He has been a life member of Indian History Congress, South Indian History Congress, Tamilnadu History Congress, Andhrapradesh History Congress, All India Oriental Conference, Mythic Society etc. He has been an Associate Member of Institution of Engineers (India), Calcutta and General secretary of Bharatiya Itihasa Sankalana Samiti, Tamilnadu. He has been a visiting faculty to National Academy of Customs, Excise & Narcotics, Chennai. After working in two industries, at present he is working in Central Excise department as Assistant Commissioner of Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax.

The Proceedings of 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University on February 8th to 10th 2019 [3]

The Proceedings of 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University on February 8th to 10th 2019 [3] Endowment / Special Lectures were as follows: The endowment / memorial lectures had been ritualized, mechanical and … Continue reading

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The Proceedings of 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University on February 8th to 10th 2019 [2]

The Proceedings of 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University on February 8th to 10th 2019 [2] Dominance of north Indians as south history was subjected to neglect earlier: Prof. R Limbadri, vice-chairman, Telangana … Continue reading

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The Proceedings of 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University on February 8th to 10th 2019 [1]

The Proceedings of 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University on February 8th to 10th 2019 [1] The 39th Annual Session of the SIHC held at the campus of Osmania University: The 39th Annual … Continue reading

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The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (3)

The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (3) KKN Kurup was talking about Jihad against Portuguese! The audience was poor. The audience that attended … Continue reading

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The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (2)

The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (2) What is “scientific” history, history writing and historiography? With reference to the speeches of scientific and … Continue reading

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The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (1)

The Proceedings of the The 38th annual session of South Indian History Congress was held at Calicut from January 28th to 30th 2018 (1) SIHC, Calicut University entrance A globe shape put up at the entrance – Saravanan, friend standing. … Continue reading

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SIHC Salem session 2017 – The Victory Pillars of Rajendra Chola: Missing from Pegu (Myanmar), Kedah (Malaysia) and Mauritius.

SIHC Salem session 2017 – The Victory Pillars of Rajendra Chola: Missing from Pegu (Myanmar), Kedah (Malaysia) and Mauritius. During the 37th session of South Indian History Congress, I presented a paper on “The Victory Pillars of Rajendra Chola: Missing … Continue reading

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