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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal Years 1911-192

B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal Years 1911-192

B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the period 1911-1924. The album consists of a few selected pages from the Journal.

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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the months of Dec 1911 and Jan 1912 (page 9). Barring the first two, the entries in fact are all for the month of Jan 1912. The entries are in Kannada, and Manjunathayya was perhaps in III Form, studying at St.Aloysius College High School, Mangalore. From Manjunathayya's personal memoir, it is learned that financial help from his brother B.K.Ramachandra Rao was available from Dec 1910. The very first entry in the journal seems to be a reference to this money. 
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the month of Oct 1912 (page 18). Note the entry dated 9-10-'12 "Towards Library". This entry is repeated in other months as well. It is surprising that a student had to pay a monthly subscription towards school library. Other significant entry (17-10-'12) is the expense towards a sari bought for Manjunathayya's mother.  
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the month of June 1913 (page 27). The entries from this period onwards are in English. Beginning of academic year; purchases included books such as David Copperfield, Bristish History, Selections from English Literature etc.. as well as a nib and inkpowder.  
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the month of Nov 1914 (page 42). On receiving a money order for Rs10, pays a small tip of one anna to the post-peon.  
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Year 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Year 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the month of June 1917 (page 72). Manjunathayya's eldest brother Seetharamayya's son Sanjiva joins Manjunathayya for studies at St.Aloysius College High School, Mangalore. Sanjiva appears to have commenced his studies in class III. 
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the month of May 1919 (page 92). Manjunathayya summarizes the total expenditure for both Sanjiva (from III Class to I Form) and himself (from II Form to II U.Class). The amount was Rs.235 for Sanjiva and Rs.960 for himself - a grand total of Rs.1195.  
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the period 1911-1924 (page 94). Entries on this page indicate that the money given by Manjunathayya's brother was in fact treated as a loan for which the former executed a bond in July 1919. Entries also show that Manjunathayya joined the Engineering College on 9th July 1919.  
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the month of Oct 1919 (page 98). Notable entry is the Jubilee Scholarship amount (Rs 38-6-2) that Manjunathayya received during his Engineering Collage days. Also interesting is the "Subscription for Depavali" as well as "Fine in the college for absence".  
 
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B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal - Years 1911-1924
B.K.Manjunathayya's Account Journal for the year 1922-23 (U.S. I. Class) (page 107). Entries show the money received from various sources during the year 1922-23. i.e. during the 4th year course in the College of Engineering. Although not a degree course, contrary to our belief, the studies lasted four years. The first two years were termed P.S.i and P.S.ii and later two years U.S.i and U.S.ii. 
 


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