Monday, November 22, 2004
Dear Webasura - I agree with all your points (Ramki - don't ban me because agreeing is taboo) except the point about lack of sincerity.
A respected head of the institution would not go out of his way to enter in to the realm of social work, making himself hated/disliked among a bulk of the brahmin devotees who think they "own" the mutt, if he were not sincere in his efforts and seriously desired a positive outcome within the communities. It was certainly not a marketing exercise. And in retrospect, even if it were a "marketing exercise", it is sad to note that that it is a failed campaign for people who use the product do not come out in its support!
Interestingly, I was about to post this - Math not popular in Kanchipuram, when I saw your post.
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