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Portraying the Plight of Hidimbi

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kalanilayam, theatre group which earned many fans by staging many noteworthy plays, especially Raktarakshassu, for over 45 years is going to perform in the capital after a gap of three years. They will be staging a new play ... New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago

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Workshop on robotics

A two-day-long robotics workshop based on Raspberry Pi and Arduino will be organized by the Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management- Kerala (IIITMK) for school students upto class X from May 13 at the institute . Last date for ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

All set for a new era

Kalanilayam, which made its reputation with lavishly staged plays, has moved on to multimedia projection and 3D effects. In 1963 the curtain went up on a new scene in the history of Malayalam mainstream theatre. That was when Krishnan Nair ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Beyond the written word

'Kali Kathakkappuram' T.S. Madhavankutty's Kali Kathakkappuram delves deep into the aesthetics of Kathakali as a performance art. Several research scholars from the West have, over the last half a century, attempted a clinical analysis of ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Paradise on the hills

A zillion stars sparkled high up in the sky. I gazed at them, speechless. It was a rare sight for me. Being from a city full of highrises, I had forgotten what a star-spangled sky looks like. The reflection of stars in the lake was even more ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Keeping a legacy alive

Gayathri Govind, grand daughter of Kalanilayam Krishnan Nair, on playing the titular role in Kalanilayam’s latest production, Hidimbi
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Baring Bhima's soul

The non-verbal play, Bhima went much beyond the stereotyped food-loving image of this Pandava In the play Kalyanasougandhikam, a favourite with Kathakali and Koodiyattam aficionados, there is a scene in which Bhima, the Pandava, while traversing ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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