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Re: Theos-World Re: DR. C V Agrawal

Jul 20, 2009 09:56 PM
by preethi muthiah


We generally don't report such things as death etc. on the local Newspapers.. I guess there will be a writeup about Dr Agarwal in the next issue of the Adyar Newsletter, whenever that is due and manages to come out. Helen Jamieson has quite a job getting it out, but of course now she has all-knowing Pedro Oliveira to help her out. So i guess you can wait for the ANL issue.


--- On Mon, 20/7/09, MKR <> wrote:

From: MKR <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: DR. C V Agrawal
Date: Monday, 20 July, 2009, 7:13 AM


                  I have just posted a news item  both here and at www.theosophy. net. In

India, both spellings of Agarwal is interchangeable as you can find in wiki

and that is how his name got spelled differently by me. In the Adyar website

his name is still shown as the Secretary. If a newsrelease had been issued

by TS, the local media would have reported it. I did not find any in chennai

when I googled the leading local daily newspaper.

MKR aka Messenger

www.theosophy. net

n Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 2:20 PM, sampsakuukasjarvi <

sampsakuukasjarvi@> wrote:




> Agarwal, not Agrawal. This is sad news. He was International Secretary for

> only a few months, since March, after Keith Fisher. Now I notice that his

> name doesn't appear as International Secretary in the latest issue of the

> Theosophist; there doesn't appear any name.


> How is it possible that the Adyar headquarters doesn't announce this kind

> of event? In the International Board of the Theosophical Society (Adyar),

> International Secretary belongs to the four most important members. There

> still is not even a news section on the Adyar web site!


> MKR: I don't see any news on this on www.theosophy. net.


> Sampsa


> --- In theos-talk@yahoogro <theos-talk% 40yahoogroups. com>, MKR

> <mkr777@...> wrote:

> >

> > I just learnt that Dr. C V Agrawal, a long time theosophist recently

> passed

> > away. He was a very dedicated member and was the General Secretary of the

> > Indian Section for several years. After retirement as a Professor in

> > Varanasi, he settled down at Adyar and continued to work for TS till he

> > passed away. Most recently he was the International Secretary. All of us

> > should be grateful for his long and dedicated service to theosophy and

> > Theosophical Society.

> >

> > MKR

> >

> > Visit www.theosophy. net

> >

> >

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> >




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