It was a chance that led Jonas Olsson Volvo executive and founder of the 14-member choir called The Bangalore Men , to the works of Gustav Holst “The choir was wondering what to do next. We wanted to do something in English. I also felt it would be fantastic if there was an Indian connection,” says Olsson. Till then, The Bangalore Men had performed the works of Schubert Beethoven and a few other Western classical composers successfully.
The year was 1942. The Quit India movement had been launched by Mahatma Gandhi against the British. Even in laid-back Bangalore, its repercussions were felt, with many youngsters responding to the call. Among them was a 24-year-old student, Harohalli Srinivasaiah Doreswamy , who was present when the police arrested Bombay Provincial Congress Committee president KF Nariman from Banappa Park.
When she settles into the ladies’ seat in a Kerala state transport bus, neither the conductor nor other passengers express any objection, though some of them do take a second and third look.In a grey t-shirt and brown jeans, with her hair pulled back in a ponytail and the remnants of mehndi on her fingers, Faisal Faisu, who came out publicly as a transgender three years ago, says she is not usually stopped. “But I am not one of those people to cause trouble.
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