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Desiya Chintana by Dr. Chandrashekhara Kambara, Ankita Pustaka, Rs. 295 Khare Khare Sangya Balya by M.M. Kalburgi, Lohia Prakashana, Rs. 30 Chowkattina Mane by M.T. Vasudevan Nair, Translated by B.K. ...
The soul of cinema
Two classic films on art by Collective Chaos left the audience hungering for more
`Life has become a drama'
Ekbal Ahmed, one of the first students of Ninasam, cannot stop talking about K.V. Subbanna, his teacher, friend and guide. For this actor-director bursting with ideas, theatre is a quest for truth.
All poise and gaiety
Those charis, karanas, swaying movements rendered by the young Namitha B. Rao amply vouched for the authentic Bharathanrithya as propounded by the noted veteran danseuse Padma Subramanyam. Guru Sundari Santhanam, prominent disciple of Padma has ...
Episodes from Valmiki Ramayana choreographed by Rukminidevi and Bhagavadgita by Bhagavatulu Sethuram from Kuchipudi Nritya Academy, Hyderabad, were the hallmark performances during Natyanjali-2005, held recently at the Kalamandira, Mysore. The ...
Evocative curves, inspired contours
Udaya Vir Singh's sculptures speak of considerable talent, bold style, and meticulous craftsmanship
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