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The star of the show is an animated character.
The beats of the mridangam were in perfect unison with the cadences of the music during a concert by Umayalpuram Sivaraman and V.V. Subramaniam.
The depiction of `Kumarasambhavam' by Shridhar and Anuradha left the audience in raptures.
GEETIKA CHANDRAHASAN travels to Kadamattam, the abode of the legendary Kathanar.
`Sangeetikam,' Kerala Kalamandalam's five-day festival, has pride of place in Kerala's cultural calendar, says V. KALADHARAN
Tributes to a teacher
Rare kritis embellished Kummanam Sathyanesan's concert.
Drawing to a close
Thripunithura Vanitha Kathakali Kendram, perhaps the only women's troupe in Kerala, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
Exposing grim reality
Ajeeb Komachi's exhibition of photographs focusses on the plight of children.
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