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Bhagath's men reportedly took over Tatguni even as Devika Rani denied having sold her land.Last week Devika Rani even put out an advertisement in a local daily claiming Devdas had obtained her signatures on various documents and blank stamp papers by taking advantage of her old age and gullibility.Two decades later, the Government had given the couple more land in the area and also exempted them from land ceiling laws.Housing a private lake and a studio, the estate is a mini-paradise.The Roerichs' most valuable asset, apart from the collection of objets d'art and paintings, is the sprawling Tatguni estate.The original estate had been a small area bought from an Englishman by the Roerichs in the '50s.We start going out less, wearing 'appropriate' clothing and try to be as unattractive as possible.This advertisement manages to put forward the pain of women who have survived violence and how it affects their decisions.

The officials returned satisfied that nothing was amiss after examining possibilities that the couple were drugged or mentally tortured. For early this year, Devika Rani had written a signed letter to Karnataka Chief Secretary T. Issar beseeching him to, "kindly help as I'm surrounded by undesirable characters who want to harm me". It was as if someone had brainwashed her."Nagarathnamma had had her doubts about the Roerichs' well-being for a long time.Explained Issar: "We seriously doubted whether the Roerichs were in control of their affairs. Plantations had bought 234 acres of the estate belonging to Dr Svetoslav Roerich in 1990 and the sale had been registered for a price of Rs 93.62 lakh.We got reports that the couple's valuables were being moved."Fearing that the property may be lost to commercial interests, the Karnataka Government decided to immediately pass an ordinance taking over the entire estate of the Roerichs, which it plans to turn into a botanical park. The remaining 223 acres, belonging to Devika Rani, had also been bought for Rs 89.5 lakh by Bhagath's company, through an agreement in 1991.Last fortnight, there was high drama in their hotel.Officials from the Karnataka High Court called on the Roerichs and subjected them to minute questioning.

The officials returned satisfied that nothing was amiss after examining possibilities that the couple were drugged or mentally tortured. For early this year, Devika Rani had written a signed letter to Karnataka Chief Secretary T. Issar beseeching him to, "kindly help as I'm surrounded by undesirable characters who want to harm me". It was as if someone had brainwashed her."Nagarathnamma had had her doubts about the Roerichs' well-being for a long time.Explained Issar: "We seriously doubted whether the Roerichs were in control of their affairs. Plantations had bought 234 acres of the estate belonging to Dr Svetoslav Roerich in 1990 and the sale had been registered for a price of Rs 93.62 lakh.We got reports that the couple's valuables were being moved."Fearing that the property may be lost to commercial interests, the Karnataka Government decided to immediately pass an ordinance taking over the entire estate of the Roerichs, which it plans to turn into a botanical park. The remaining 223 acres, belonging to Devika Rani, had also been bought for Rs 89.5 lakh by Bhagath's company, through an agreement in 1991.Last fortnight, there was high drama in their hotel.Officials from the Karnataka High Court called on the Roerichs and subjected them to minute questioning.The house is to be converted into a museum to house the world-famous paintings by Nikolai Roerich, Svetoslav's father. Though the negotiations for the first sale had been conducted through Poona cha, Bhagath said the second portion had been entirely negotiated through R.