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Despite a few flaws, the play `Elaa Batakaali' highlighted the oppression of the honest by the powerful.
Mandapaka Sarada's vocal recital was a befitting tribute to the doyen of Carnatic music, Patnam Subrahmanya Iyer.
Precision of `laya' and artistic creativity marked Amuktamalyada's recital for `Sidhendra Natya Bharathiyam'.
Faltering, yet promising
Though Menon has all the qualities to become a professional, he needs to overcome several shortcomings.
Ghanta patua are ritualistic dancers who eulogise the mother goddess during the month of Chaitra.
It was a day of talent display for the State legislators at the end of the Assembly session.
Swapna Sundari offered a glimpse of ancient dance forms practiced by women artistes of east and west Godavari districts.
The recent theatre festival indicates a more serious creative activity in University of Hyderabad.
The Qadir Ali Baig Theatre Foundation promises a resurgence of meaningful theatre.
Remembering the Mahatma
The debut staging of Vijay Bhaskar's satire `Gandhi Jayanti' in Hindi was a well-coordinated attempt.
Here, art is a way of life
Home to many artists of repute and award winners, Raghurajpur has become the art hub of Orissa.
Anasuya Murthy's inaugural recital for Indira Devi Kala Pradeepti was replete with clear diction and sonority.
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