The connoisseur means a good judge, an expert. I take this term in a broader sense. The connoisseur just doesn’t stop with writing the judgments; he executes them on his own. He doesn’t need any higher authority in this world to approve his executions. He acts as per the will of God. Their actions directly affect the society. Their actions might look intolerable to those who are caught up in the ‘trends’. Because, on most occasions, they break old trends and bring new ones, obviously the right ones. Some could influence a few; some could influence a big mass. But they all tried to bring their justice to the society in their own way. It is the intention that counts, the result may be big or small. Here I am going to tell about a few such connoisseurs from the history of India who are known to the society.
The connoisseurs of Indian culture
The Connoisseurs – Pavitra
This work is about the holy beings who shaped the Indian religion and culture through their own exemplary life. Pavitra means ‘holy’ or ‘pure’.
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