The virtuoso actor bagged three national awards and eleven state awards and was dead against superstardom “No Sir, I won’t come.” “Why?” “He is a very…
Author: G S Paul
How the harmonic music of the west and the melodic music of the east differ in its basic philosophy?
A dedicated student, disciplined teacher and an accomplished choreographer, Kalamandalam Leelamma’s contribution for enriching the repertoire of Mohiniyattam has been monumental.
Bangalore based dancer Sruthi’s Mohiniyattam dance was a fitting offering on Guru’s birthday. Mohiniyattam Guru Nirmala Panicker’s choreographies have been quintessential of her avid attempts to…
Twenty-eight years have passed since Chummar Choondal, the pioneering folklorist of Kerala died. Still, his memory enlivens folklore artists of all hues.
Temples in Malabar are once again bustling with Poorakkali and Marathukali, which reflect some charmingly unique traits of Kerala’s cultural heritage.
In the book, Mohiniyattam, Pedagogy and Performativity, Aswathy Rajan argues the dance is still under a feudal halo.
The three-day workshop on Kanak Rele style Mohiniyattam by Sithara Balakrishnan included training sessions and a series of talks by experts.
Kunjan’s anthology of 25 poems, ‘Split-Self’ creates a world within a world with words.
How KP Narayana Pisharody’s Malayalam translation of Natya shastra rejuvenated the performing art forms of Kerala. Bharata Muni’s Natya Shastra, the age-old Sanskrit treatise and handbook on Dramaturgy,…