Important Events of day of 23rd November

 Important Events 

Important events of November 23

International Aura Awareness Day 

  • International Aura Awareness Day is celebrated annually on the fourth Saturday in November. 
  • An aura is a quality or energy emanating from a person or thing. This day was created to spread awareness of the human aura and how our physical and mental health affect our auras. 
  • In Latin or Greek, the word aura means breeze or breath. By the 19th century, the word aura began describing a quality or energy emanating from a person or thing. 
  • Auras are usually affiliated with the New Age religion.Some people claim to see auras around other people. 
  • They say auras provide insight into a person’s beliefs, thoughts, and personalities.
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Suratha Birth Day

  • Birth: He was born on 23 November 1921 in Tanjai district. 
  • Birth Name: Rajagopalan Honours:  He was an Tamil poet.He was called “Uvamai Kavingar”.He derived his pen name from Subburathinathasan. 
  • Suratha learned the Tamil grammar from Arunachala Desikar. 
  • Suratha’s sollada poem published in the of ponni magazine journal of April 1947 they introduced hereditary poet of bharathidasan.  
  • He was played the minister role in Puratcikkavi drama in front of Periyar and Kalaivanar. 
  • He was an assistant of Namakkal poet V.Ramalingam Pillai when he was an Government Poet. 
  • Many of the poems of Suratha are broadcast on Tiruchirappalli radio.He worked as a co-editor of the magazine of Thalaivan. 
  • He was a lyricist and a dialogue writer for more than 100 Tamil films and memorable songs such as ‘Amuthum thenum ethatku. 
  • In 1944 he wrote the first conversation to a film called Mangaiyarkarasi’. 
  • The first book of Suratha is Savin Muttham.This published by VRM Chettiar in March 1946.
  • In 1956, He released a epic noval.
  • Awards
    1. He received the Kalaimamani award in 1972 and the Bharatidasan award in 1990. 
    2. In 1987 he was invited as a special caller for the Global Conference in Malaysia.
    3. In 1990 the Kalaingar Government awarded Bharathidasan Award to Suratha. 
    4. In 1990 he received the Mahakavi Kumaran Aasan Award in Kerala. 
    5. Suratha’s poems are featured in school, college and university textbooks.Suratha’s poem has been translated into many languages. 
    6. The memorial was set up in Chennai on 29.09.2008 and opened by the Karunanidhi.
    7. In 1969 he was awarded the Tamilnadu Government award. 
  • Books
    1. Duraimugam 
    2. Suvarum sunampum 
    3. Epodhum Irrupavargal 
    4. Savin Muttham 
    5. Pugal Malai 
  • Death: He died on June 19, 2006. 

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