About Dr. Kanada Narahari
Dr Kanada Narahari belongs to a small village called Chipageri in western ghats of Karnataka state in South India where the natural life always imbibes into the mind body and soul of the living beings of its native with its everlasting calmness and serenity. His grandfather, “Keshava Annayya Bhat” was a renown scholar in Vedas and dedicated his whole life in traditional way of Guru-Shishya parampara of Vedic teaching.
Dr Kanada Narahari’s father Vidwan Narahari Keshava Bhat is a renown master in Sanskrit language, ShaDdarshanas- six major Indian philosophies, exclusively in Vaisheshika darshana, one among the six major philosophies. He is a sanskrit poet, penned thousands of sanskrit poems and also a versatile scholar in the field of Yakshagaana- a south Indian traditional performing art.
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"It is an immense pleasure to submit this brief testimonial on Dr Narahari. We had the pleasure of meeting Dr Narahari about 18 months ago. A colleague, Prashaan Hemrajh and I present an Indian Classical Music programme called RaagVaani on our local radio station Hindvani where we interviewed Dr Narahari. In the interview, over a 2 hour time span, he shared a unique dimension of Hindustani Classical Music – a perspective that many of us were unaware of. It is out of these circumstances we began to engage with him attended many of his presentations." - Rajish Lutchman www.abh.co.za