Thread started by virarajendra on 6th December 2016 09:22 AM
The demise of the great Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu "Selvi Jeyalalitha Jeyaram"
The demise of 'the great Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu' "Selvi Jeyalalitha Jeyaram" - elected six times as the Head of Tamil Nadu State is of much greivance. She was a very 'dynamic and charismatic Leader' who won the hearts of many people, and who single handedly made 'very brave decisions for the betterment of the people, reaching them even at lower levels of the Masses' - and her death is a loss to Tamil Nadu.
Our Sympathies on her demise and may her Soul Rest-in-Peace at the Feet-of-God
Some contributions of Late Chief Minister Selvi Jeyalalitha Jeyaram of Tamil Nadu towards the development of 'Tamil - Language and Culture'
International Tamil Conference
During the earlier tenure of Late Chief Minister Selvi Jeyalalitha Jeyaram of Tamil Nadu the "8th International Conference/Seminar on Tamil Studies" was held at Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu in the year 1995, under her Patronage - with the guidance and advice of Late Dr Noburu Karoshima of the Tokyo University, Japan, and other Tamil Scholars of Tamil Nadu with much pomp and pagentry. Her inaugeral Speech on this occasion in Tamil, could be viewed and heard in the Video at the following URL:
Karikaat Cholan Manimandapam
With the initiative and efforts of the Late Chief Minister Selvi Jeyalalitha Jeyaram of Tamil Nadu a "Manimandapam in memory of the greatest Chola king of the third Sangam Period Tamil Nadu was built near the "Karikaat Cholan Kallanai" across the Kaveri River in the present Thirutchi district of Tamil Nadu, constructed during the 'third Thamil Sangam period'. A life-size "bronze statue of the great Tamil king "Karikaat Cholan" on an elephant was cast and installed within this "Manimandapam" on the instructions of the Chief Minister in his memory.
Presentation of Awards to renowned Tamil Scholars of Tamil Nadu