ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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K S Krishnaswamy

The “culture” of a Mysorean has been captured in the writings of R K Narayan. However, for those who migrated to Delhi from Mysore, it was a subject we often went back to noting our uniqueness with a sense of contentment if not quiet pride. We cherished the fact that we were a rather laid-back people, with local concerns and great tolerance. Often seen as dull for not rising up like our neighbours, the Tamils or the Malayalees, living somewhat sedately, home bodies seemingly content with our contexts.

K S Krishnaswamy or KSK, as many of us knew and called him, but Krishna to those who were his own colleagues either in universities or in the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) epitomised these virtues.

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