Despite having an illustrious career in the UK and having got the opportunity to settle in the USA, Dr Ramesh Nath always knew that his calling was giving back to his motherland. So, even during his stay in America, he encouraged people to contribute towards Telugu culture and raise awareness about the beauty of it, in their own circles. After coming back to India also, he ensured that people don’t forget their roots and continue to pass on the rich cultural legacy.
In this regard, he organised the 218th Anniversary of Charles Philip Brown who was a great proponent of the Telugu literature despite being British. His contribution to both the Telugu language and to humanity is invaluable and Dr Ramesh Nath, in his speech, reminded everyone of that.
Visited Charles Philip Brown’s grave in West London with Sri Yarlagadda Lakshmi Prasad Garu, Justice Jasti Chalameswar Garu and Founder President, Telugu Association of London Dr Ramulu Garu to pay their respects. The grave was identified and restored by Telugu Association of London of which Dr.Ramesh Nath was an executive member.
Coordinated for a ‘ Karthika Vana Mahotsavam’ at S.V.Zoo Park to raise awareness about the importance of trees in the urban areas with the Tirupati Film Society.