Suryanarayana Raju and his wife Siva Kumari. He has two siblings, a brother named Prabodh and a sister Pragathi. In , he was the lead in Raghavendra. In , he appeared in Varsham. He continued his career with Adavi Raamudu and Chakram.
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It is a non-profit trust founded by Late Dr. Prabha Khaitan. Based in Kolkata, the Foundation promotes performing arts, culture and literature, and collaborates with caregivers, committed individuals and like-minded institutions to implement cultural, educational, literary and social welfare projects in India.
Prabha Khaitan Foundation supports the UNESCO view that cultural development has the potential to be an alternative way of promoting sustainable development in poor rural communities, especially in the third-world countries. For us, culture stands for language, music, literature, visual arts, dance, drama, oral traditions, and traditional practices.
The objective of the foundation is to create an enabling structure and promote networking so that communities engage with each other to work towards building positive self-esteem, inspire creativity and pro- mote culture and knowledge. Our Founder Dr. Prabha Khaitan Late Dr. Prabha Khaitan was an eminent Indian litterateur, philanthropist, social worker, entrepreneur and feminist.
She was the founder of the Prabha Khaitan Foundation and was actively involved in initiatives that further the cause of women empowerment. Her vision of working for a better tomorrow drives the machinery of the organisation and is embodied in her famous words: Karma hi jeevan hai Work is life Our Initiatives To promote and recognize talent in literature, performing art, folk music and dance, films, the Foundation organizes events throughout the country and beyond its shores.
These campaigns are held to motivate and inspire the listeners and spread awareness about our cultural capital. Here are some of our initiatives: Aakhar.
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