Ezhuthu: The Art of Balagopalan’s Multidimensional Approach
The Patiala Gharana of north Indian classical acquires a rare ornamentation owing to its mindboggling taans.
Accustomed as we are to predatory narratives of lust and vengeance, Sir explores the scope of consideration and tenderness in relationships.
In the second and final part of this interview Mridangam Maestro T K Murthy recollects his association with stalwart musicians of yesteryears.
Veteran mridanga vidwan Dr. T K Murthy, 96, recollecting his nine-decades-old percussion journey.
Marking the 50th Navarasa Sadhana workshop, Natanakairali is presenting an international webinar Navarasa Suvarna Mudra on March 1, 2021 at 6:00 PM over Zoom. Dr. Tom Kingdon, Professor Emeritus, Emerson College Boston will deliver the inaugural lecture. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the zoom link.
Qila Mubarak reveals Patiala’s heritage to eclecticism comprising Sikh, Rajput and Mughal architecture. The 18th-century merits the earliest restoration.
Elevating sanskrit theatre from the folk tradition, Natyashastra reformed it. But, at present, Koodiyattam is the only surviving link to its past.
Dating back to the pre-Buddha period and evolved through the Vedic times, the Sanskrit theatre was influenced by various philosophers and scholars. The art form was then redefined by Bharata’s Natyasastra.