Surendra Kaulogi and the weaving community at Melkote

By Adil Basha on Feb. 14, 2014 in Livelihoods

Meet the octogenarian, Surendra Kaulogi, born amidst the Indian turbulent freedom movement, who worked with Jayprakash Narayan and Vinoba Bhave and who initiated the Janapada Seva Trust with his wife Girija, in 1961. adil Basha writes about his encounter with Surendra and their committment to support the weaving community through the trust at Melkote, Karnataka.

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