S V Upendra Charya M.A., LL.B

As a freelance contributor to the print media, S V Upendra Charya has been writing for news dailies and periodicals since years and many of his contributions made news

because he wrote fearlessly to express his views on all that can be said for those helpless and voiceless poor who are the victims of social injustice, exploitation and


“Leftist, rightist, socialist. No I am none of this. Neither I worked for any news journal.

I simply travelled all over and wrote about people in need. I am happy I could do this from times when we had to depend mainly on newspapers for any news, good or bad.” Says the author of this compilation book comprising of his published articles. As a freelancer, Upendra Charya had written all these articles for a worthy cause – ‘to give voice to the voiceless.’


People You Love to Know About

Books by S V Upendra Charya M.A., LL.B

Gandhians, writers, artists, linguists, artisans, teachers, philosophers, sports personalities, religious people and rationalists—this compilation book has profile features of all such distinguished personalities, both famous and less known.

People You Love to Know About is a collection of sixty news stories written by S V Upendra Charya. These profile features, mostly written in the early 1990s and in the year 2000, were regularly featured

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The Wanderings That Made Headlines

Books by S V Upendra Charya M.A., LL.B

The Wanderings That Made Headlines has a good collection of travel features published in Deccan Herald, The Indian Express and other popular news dailies. Over the years, as a freelance writer, S V Upendra Charya had contributed all these travel stories to various news journals travelling often distant places of tourist attractions in Karnataka. He travels not to make a holiday but to make history by writing articles on all about his sightseeing. 

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The Issues That Made News

Books by S V Upendra Charya M.A., LL.B

He is from an obscure village near Bangalore. He has been roaming the streets of the city since his childhood. He is inseparable from his pet cow and drum on which depends his livelihood. If he and his family get a square meal, that is a lucky day for him.

The Times of India, Bangalore September 14, 1988

They are the ‘Children of Bamboo’ – the Soligas, the tribal community of B R Hills.

They are an integral part of this fore

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