In the book, Mohiniyattam, Pedagogy and Performativity, Aswathy Rajan argues the dance is still under a feudal halo.
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How the history of India’s art cinema connects to the socio-political movements in the country. Growing up, I had two misconceptions about ‘art’ cinema. That it…
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Kunjan’s anthology of 25 poems, ‘Split-Self’ creates a world within a world with words.
G Venu’s latest book ‘Arangilum, Munnilum Pinnilum’ is a deep exploration of the abhinaya guru’s artistic and instructional journey.
Vineeth Abraham calls himself a “complete, utter and unapologetic bibliophile”. In Shelf Life, Abraham writes about reading, books, and beyond.
Vineeth Abraham calls himself a “complete, utter and unapologetic bibliophile”. The owner of arguably one of the largest personal libraries in the country, Abraham hails from Irinjalakuda, Kerala. He worked with the Central Secretariat, New Delhi, during 1989-2017. In Shelf Life, Abraham writes about reading, books, and beyond.
The distinguished danseuse describes the aesthetics of Mohiniyattam through the elements of angika, vachika, aaharya and stvika abhinaya and further through the role of music and musical instruments esoteric to Kerala.