Sunday, November 20, 2011
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Of Little Trips and Great Learnings
The other day, we (some staff, volunteers and service users of Mary Seacole House, Liverpool) went on a day trip to Llangollen. This wasn...
മഴയൊരു നനുത്ത സ്പര്ശനമായ് പെയ്തി റങ്ങി- യ വനി തന് മേനി നനയ്ക്കവേ; കുളിര് കൊരുമാ മഴയെന് മനതാരിന് തീക്കനല് പതിയെപ്പതിയെയണച്...
I am sure that almost all the parents in India is familiar with the person in the picture shown above. He is the latest an...
It must have been around 2 O' clock in the noon... All the people around me were enjoying their mid noon siesta... I was waiti...
Wow! That's beautiful. We hardly get to see this art form these days.
Thanks LeoPaw! yes, Kathakali is more popular elsewhere... People who can understand and enjoy it are lesser these days...
Thank you Firoze!
cool...actually, where was the venue?
Very nice..Being a Keralite,and being frank,I never got to see one this close..tanks
This was @ Sreekrishnapuram. It is my co-sister Priya, who is playing Krishna. She is a highly acclaimed Kathakali artist of our times...
Thanks for the appreciation. Many of us dont get to watch Kathakali these days. But there are active Kathakali clubs in places like Ernakulam, where periodical performances occur. I myself belong to one of them, but never manage to get to Ernakulam in time for the "arangu"
Such rich colors and captured so aesthetically and vividly!!! Nice click!
Grew up in Kerala.. nostalgic seeing this pic!! :)
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