Mayoora pada follows the foot work of a peacock and trains the dancer to be as emotive as the fanned-out feathers of the bird
Browsing: Ammannur Madhava Chakyar
A new, systematic teaching method evolved with the introduction of acting and facial expressions in Mohiniyattam.
Mohiniyattam or a similar dance form was mentioned in 16th-century literature Vyavaharamala and the historical records of the Travancore rulers.
Prof KP Narayana Pisharody’s strong efforts to uplift Koodiyattam eventually helped the art form to get it officially recognised by UNESCO
Kalamandalam Satheesan is busy in the greenrooms of two leading classical performing arts of Kerala.
Ammannur Madhava Chakyar Ente Koodiyattam Smaranakaliloode is a pilgrimage by G Venu, the first non-Chakyar disciple of Padmabhushan Ammannur Madhava Chakyar.