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Month: January 2021

  Overview One of the most influential Carnatic Vocalist, Sri Nendunuri Krishnamurthy (10 October 1927 – 8 December 2014), was awarded the Madras Music Academy’s Sangeetha Kalanidhi in 1991. Early life In the year 1927, at Kothapalli, Pithapuram Taluka, Godavari dt, Sri Krishnamurthy was born to Rama Murthy Panthulu and Vijayalakshmi. Sri RamaMurthy, was serving […]

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Overview Sri Garimella Balakarishna Prasad who composed the Asthana Vidwaan and Ahobhilamatam Asthana Vidwaan is a great Indian classical devotional singer. He was born on born 9 November 1948. In diverse Indian musical genres, he is regarded as a master of composing and reciting Annamacharya Sankeerthanas in various styles. Few of his famous tunes are […]

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Overview Dr. Sri Nookala Chinna Satyanarayana was a unique musician, a renowned teacher, a high-level administrator, a Carnatic Musician, and a classical vocalist. He has performed in a number of Sangeeta Sammelans, outdoor broadcasts, and national programs on All India Radio and also on Doordarshan. The Bhakti Ranjanis and radio lessons he took were highly […]

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Overview Raja and Radha Reddy are an extraordinary dancing couple in the field of the ancient Kuchipudi dance form. They are also considered as one of the most influential gurus and choreographers. The names of this couple go hand in hand with Kuchipudi dance which is regarded as solely responsible for making a mark on […]

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About the Artist Sri Vedantam Raghavaiah was born on June 8, 1919, to Vedantam Ramayya and Annapurnamma in Kuchipudi, Andhra Pradesh. This eminent choreographer was even a notable movie producer, screenwriter, performer. He was a great Kuchipudi dancer also. His spouse, Smt. Suryaprabha was a superstar as well. His sister Puspavalli was also an acclaimed […]

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About The Artist Sobha Naidu was the most idolized dancer in the culture of India. She had mastered the techniques of Kuchipudi from one of the greatest masters, Sri Vempati Chinna Satyam. At a very young age, she became the lead dancer. She was a part of her Guru’s dance troupe and performed the roles […]

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  Sri Vedantam Radheshyam was born to Vedantam Suryanarayana in Kuchipudi. He took upon Kuchipudi dance as his family heritage at an early age. He had undergone training from various Gurus and acquired learning of the ancient dance form. The great dance experts who guided Guru Radheshyam were Vedantam Parvateesam, Vedantam Seetha Rama Sastry, Vempati […]

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Mudiyettu the ancient ritual art form of Kerala The Bhadrakali temples in Ernakulam as well as Kottayam districts are the places for performing this ancient ritual art form. This unique dance is based on Hindu mythology that involves a war scenario of Goddess Bhadrakali killing Darika. It is wonderful to watch it at night as […]

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Overview Krishnanattam is a type of extravagant dance form of Kerala. This dance form is another version of Kathakali which has consists of depicting the various life stages of Lord Krishna in an array of 8 stages- right from his birth to his ascent to heaven. The Krishnanattam artists focus on bodily gesticulations and expressions […]

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Koodiyattam dance form Kutiyattam (Koodiyattam) is around 2000 years old classical dramatic art form of Kerala. Before the emergence of the Fifteenth century, Kutiyattam dance form attained its fully-fledged form in its dramatic presentation. Where is it performed? The temple theatres, Koothambalam, are the famous platforms for the Chyakyar and Nambyar caste members who usually […]

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About Kaikottikali dance form Kaikottikali popularly known as Thiruvathirakali is one of the renowned group dances in Kerala. It is performed by women during the splendid festival -Onam and Thiruvathira. Kaikottikali is a sophisticated dance form in which ‘Lasya’ or the beauty element is paramount. In some parts of Malabar, an element of ‘Thandava’ is […]

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