Tuesday, 30 October 2012


Udaya Kumar 

Dear Ajithan:

Greetings! My name is Udayakumar, a friend, reader and admirer of your dad. We met a few days ago here at Idinthakarai and he gave me your blogspot url. It took me a few days to get to it. I have gone through some of your representative works; let me tell you how impressed I am. Not because you are the son of a friend but because you establish yourself as a creative, thoughtful and reflective young Nature-lover. This country and the world need more and more young people like you. As Swami Vivekananda says, "A hundred thousand young men and women" such as yourself can and will change the fate of this Earth.

As a lover of the English language and a friend of the Earth, I sincerely appreciate the inter-play of both these in your writings. I am very impressed with your lucid language, uncommon courage and intellectual honesty. Keep it all up! And do send me your articles to my email address also. I look forward to meeting you sometime soon and discussing things.

best regards
S.P. Udayakumar, Ph.D.
* People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE)
* National Alliance of Anti-nuclear Movements (NAAM)
(For a Nuclear-Free India that has No Deals, No Mines, No Reactors, No Dumps, and No Bombs)

Respected Udaya Kumar,

                      I am very much thrilled to hear from you such an enthusiastic appreciation at this time of political rallies and demonstrations you are involved in and leading, May I say.

    I can only wonder how you’ve been able to find time amidst your busy schedule and I am very thankful and humbled by it.

    I greatly admire your activities against nuclear energy power plants of which destructive potential overcome any assured safety possible and are installed with least democratic concern. I heartily support the opposition and wish PMANE success. I wish I was there with my father on that day to meet you but unfortunately I had exams.

    I will possibly write my views on nuclear power plants after I read up on it.

 With Respect and Regards

1 comment:

  1. sengathir, Chennai.5 November 2012 at 02:04

    Hai Aji!,
    How are you?. I was told by Vijaya Raghavan, Erode about your blog yesterday only. It is nice to see and read that the small boy seen in Dharmapuri in mid nineties, has blossomed into expert/intellectual. I have read your articles on Mynah and Gandhi's salad. This reading is hurried one and I am not able to react immediately. But, they are quiet interesting ones. Hope I will react quickly with some useful comments to you. This is very congratulatory comment only.

    Best of luck to your future endeavor.