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Pakeezah from Hollywood
Top 10 Books of the Week
Vijaya Vidyaranya Mattu Tapobala by Aa. Na. Kru., Sagar Prakashana, Rs. 150 Shabdateeta Viveka by Swamy Sukhabhodhananda, Prasanna Trust, Rs. 125. Nayakanaguvudu Hege? by Debshish Chaterjee, Translated by ...
Bols of bhakti
Raghunath Nakod, a leading tabla artiste of the country, believes that despite technological advancements there is no substitute for the guru
Babu's rababiya flourishes
Buddhadev Dasgupta's life was rife with hurdles and pressures of a full-time engineering job. But nothing could put a stop to the musical journey he was to take
Tribute to Thyagaraja
The inaugural dance for the 21st Kinkini Nrithyotsava held at Dr. H.N. Kalakshetra was presented by Padmini Upadhya, a talented disciple of Guru Narmada. As it happened to be Sri Thyagaraja Aradhana day, Padmini rightly paid dance-tributes to the ...
More on the epic
Radhika Nandakumar presented an episode from the Mahabharatha, scripted by the Nijaguna Kumarayogi of Shambulinga Kshetra and Shatavadhani R. Ganesh. The music support was by Vidwan R.S. Nandakumar. It was an action-packed theatre production with ...
A new dialogue
Jai Karnataka Sangha, a committed theatre group, has a heartening story to narrate
Underdog speaks up
Retelling of stories from the Ramayana and the Mahabharatha, from the point of view of marginalised characters, and in ways that make explicit the relevance of these ancient epics to our times is something poet and playwright Dr. H.S. ...
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