|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.
- He received the Kalaimamani award in 1972 and the Bharatidasan award in 1990.
- In 1987 he was invited as a special caller for the Global Conference in Malaysia.
- In 1990 the Kalaingar Government awarded Bharathidasan Award to Suratha.
- In 1990 he received the Mahakavi Kumaran Aasan Award in Kerala.
- Suratha’s poems are featured in school, college and university textbooks.Suratha’s poem has been translated into many languages.
- The memorial was set up in Chennai on 29.09.2008 and opened by the Karunanidhi.
- In 1969 he was awarded the Tamilnadu Government award.
- Suvarum sunampum
- Epodhum Irrupavargal
- Savin Muttham
- Pugal Malai
- Death: He died on June 19, 2006.