The mudras unfurling from long artistic fingers articulated myriad emotions that symbolise the mythical characters Nala, Draupathi, Damayanthi, Krishna and Parvathi. The expressive eyes beautified with thick kajal donated exquisite bhavas ... New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Nalan Unni (1807-1865) and Kunju Karthavu (1829-1897) were two renowned Kathakali actors of the 19th century. Both led their artistic life separately in two different parts of Kerala. The Kathakali aficionados of the period wished to see them ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
The annual, week-long festival of Sree Viswambhara Temple, Kottakkal, was a real feast of dance, drama, music and percussion. Perhaps the most colourful and interesting of the many cultural programmes were five night-long Kathakali recitals staged ...The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
As a young schoolgirl I remember seeing Chitrasena's ballet Ravana where a deer darted across the stage. It was so real and effective. That was none other than Vajira herself. That is how I remember Vajira all the time. My memory goes back next to ...Sunday Observer, 1 month ago From OH DEER to O what a DANCER Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
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