Kiran Batni

Kiran Batni writes about philosophical issues related to Kannada-Kannadiga-Karnataka and their relationship with the rest of the world.

Kiran is a seeker of both worldly and spiritual truths, always trying to strike a balance between the two pursuits in his own life. He has a wide set of interests including (in alphabetical order) Anthropology, Economics, Education, History, Indian and Western Philosophies, Kannada Language, Linguistics, Literature, Music, Poetry, Politics, Psychology, Sanskrit Language, Sociology and Spirituality.

Kiran was born in 1976 in Mysuru, lives in Bengaluru Mysuru, holds an M.Tech. from IIT Delhi, is happily married, has two children, and has lived and traveled extensively in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa - in about 23 countries in total.

For further details, check out Kiran's website, http://www.kiranbatni.com.

9 comments:

ಅಜೇಯ said...

Hi Kiran,

It's great to know the real persons behind this blog. I follow this blog regularly and though I may not agree with all the posts, I appreciate your efforts for the cause of Kannada. Keep up your good work.

I came across this article in New York Times - http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/12/world/asia/12script.html, that explains how South Koreans are spreading their language. I think it is a wonderful move considering that this is what the Roman Script is also doing. Let's think of innovate ways to enrich our language.

Thanks,
AJ

Arjun said...

Hi, Nice to see see you and your blog and your efforts for spreading awareness. Introspection is always the first step towards realizing and thus a needed step for awareness which I am seeing in your blog.

Anonymous said...

All the best Kiran

-vasu

Anonymous said...

ಸಕ್ಕತ್ತಾಗಿದೆ ನಿಮ್ಮ ಪರಿಚಯ.
ಹಿಂಗೆ ಬರಿತಾಯಿರಿ ಗುರೂ...............

ನಿಮ್ಮ ಓದುಗ :)

Radha said...

Kiran - It is great to know the person behind the inspirational initiative, leaving all of us who believe in linguistic equality with hope. Wish you(us) the very best!

പാറ്റ്സ് said...

Your work is very much appreciated sir. Please continue until we have equality in all subjects. Long live Karnatique!

Kiran Rao Batni said...

All, thanks for your kind words!

Prashant JS said...

Namaskara Kiran,

Nimmannu,"blog" nalli Parichayisikondiddakke dhanyavadagaLu.

But, my personal opinion is that it would be more appropriate to continue this blog as "We" rather than "I".
it was "we" of this blog, which brought all Kannadiga of the world to common platform of thinking.

Heege baritayiri "Namma bagge-Kannadigar,Kannadatanad Bagge"

VandanegaLondige,
Prashant JS

Kiran Rao Batni said...

@ Prashant JS,

Nimma anisikegaagi dhanyavaadagalu.

At the Balaga, we took the decision to go ahead in the current format after discussing the pros and cons of the available options. We believe the pros outweigh the cons.

You have used big words to describe the impact this blog has on Kannadigas worldwide. I only hope it lives up to your expectations.

Looking forward to your continued support of our cause...

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