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A critical study of democracy in action.
A classic work
The fifth edition of the epochal work of Desamangalathu Rama Varier, the text and interpretation of `Nalacharitam,' was released recently.
New kids on the block
A handful of new directors have emerged successful with their maiden ventures.
Pukazhenthi's music was simple, clear and free-flowing.
A concert of T.H. Subramaniam, accompanied by K.V. Prasad and Thripunithura Radhakrishnan, drew a large crowd.
In his guru's footsteps
Guruvayur Dorai has accompanied stalwarts of Carnatic and Hindustani music.
K. Omanakutty's vast experience as a teacher and vocalist was evident in her concert.
Depiction of love and hatred
The Kathakali festival of the Ernakulam Kathakali Club featured experienced and new artistes.
Involved recital by Kapila
Kapila Venu's conscious effort to perform obscure items went down well with the audience.
Tribute to a master storyteller
Soorya Krishnamoorthy brought to life many characters in M.T. Vasudevan Nair's stories through a light and sound show.
Preserving a unique tradition
The Vedas are taught in the traditional way at Veda Pathasala, Chathapuram Agraharam, in Kalpathy.
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