Farewell to Murthy….

We’ve all noticed him there….lying under the first table in the Ranga Shankara cafe, and sometimes ambling around as if he owned the place. Well, he did….! 

Murthy had been a fixture at Ranga Shankara ever since I started going there, and I was sad to find that an obituary notice had been put up at Ranga Shankara…

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Murthy loved the theatre, and would attend all platform shows…..here’s wishing farewell to a staunch fan of the performing arts, who did not need to have the ability to speak a human language to like Ranga Shankara and its environs…

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