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The early days of V W’s career: -
V W was born in 1933 in Haradanahalli village of Holenarasipura taluk, Hassan District in Karnataka. A Civil Engineering diploma holder, he plunged into politics at the early age when he joined the Congress Party in 1953 and remained a member till 1962. He was the President of Anjaneya Co-operative Society and later as a member of Taluk Development Board, Holenarasipura.
In 1962, V W contested from Holenarasipura constituency as an independent candidate for the State Legislative Assembly elections and became an MLA. Later he was elected from the same constituency for three more consecutive terms: the fourth (1967-71), the fifth (1972-77), and the sixth (1978-83) Assemblies.
Later he resigned his membership of the sixth Assembly on 22 November 1982. As a member of the seventh and the eighth Assembly, he served as the Minister of Public Works and Irrigation. He resigned from the Cabinet in 1987 in protest against insufficient allocation of funds for irrigation. V W yaaru?
The P is an ancient tool, dating at least to the Egyptians and, known and used in Assyria, Greece, the Roman and Byzantine Empires. Its dates to around 1300BC when the Egyptians first developed a two-person P. One person would turn the wood work piece with a rope while the other used a sharp tool to cut shapes in the wood. The Romans improved the Egyptian design with the addition of a turning bow. Early bow Ps were also developed and used in Germany, France and Britain. In the Middle Ages a pedal replaced hand-operated turning, freeing both the craftsman’s hands to hold the woodturning tools. The pedal was usually connected to a pole, often a straight-grained sapling. The system today is called the “spring pole” P. Spring pole Ps were in common use into the early 20th Century. During the industrial revolution the P was motorized, allowing wooden turned items to be created in less time and allowing the working of metal on a P. The motor also produced a greater rotational speed, making it easier to quickly produce high quality work. Today most commercial Ps are computer-operated allowing for mass-production that can be created with accurate precision and without the cost of employing craftsmen. P=?
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