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The Aim of Life Made Clear

Madhavacharya read it, read it again and again. His eyes brightened A firmness appeared on his face. He addressed Venkatanatharya and said, "My good friend, the holy purpose for which I had come is fulfilled today. I understood the goal of my life. By composing the Poem on fearlessness, you have taught me the goal of my life. I am indebted to you." He saluted him, with his eyes full of tears of joy.

Both friends reminisced about happy days of their childhood. In particular they enjoyed recalling their student days under Sarvajna Vishnu Sharma, at his academy. They felt sorry for the unhappy condition of the country. They discussed about their duty to the country in those days of hardship and indecision. They also discussed ways and means of removing ignorance and fear that were prevalent and to begin an era of hope and courage in the

It was a decisive stage in the history of Karnataka.

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