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Kamat Letter Archive

First Online: August 15, 1997
Page Last Updated: April 04, 2014

Introduction

The long-distance family life of Kamats meant frequent letter writing among them and decades later, these carefully preserved letters formed the basis of the Timeless Theater Archive. Much of the Kamat's Potpourri website's content is culled from these letters.

Some selected letters written by Krishnanand to wife Jyotsna were first published in Kannada (the original language the letters are written), as Letters to a Soul mate (Preyasige Patragalu - cover) and were very well received. The following are some of the letters translated into English.  - Ed.

Update August 2004: Kamat's letters to son Vikas are now published as "Patra Parachi" ("Letters from Far:, in Kannada) by Manohara Grintha Mala, Dharwad.

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  • Finding Happiness -- Kamat in a letter to his friend, "Man's success in life should not be measured in the wealth he builds or the power he acquires"

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