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Meet the Mohans, Yakshagana's first family, who are making the art form stronger

If you ask the native Bengalureans about Yaksha Degula, then they will tell you a long story dating back to the 1960s. Such is the history created by father-daughter Yakshagana artist duo, K Mohan and

Published on 18th January 2021
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How Arshiya Tanu Vitla is breaking all stereotypes to pursue her love for Yakshagana

Arshiya Tanu Vitla from Dakshina Kannada who is popularly known by her stage name Tanu Vitla speaks about her journey in Yakshagana and the villain roles she has played so far

Published on 27th December 2020
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Aadi Swaroopa is not just ambidextrous, she can write in any direction, style and is pretty good at creating records

Aadi Swaroopa, a 15-year-old from Mangaluru who has been trained to write with both her hands simultaneously speaks about her recent exclusive world record and how she can write different languages

Published on 13th December 2020
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Ramakrishna Kongalla's photographs will take you behind India’s rich, timeless temple architecture and iconography

And when you do, you'll notice how varied Indian temples truly are and how they are much more than just religious structures, they are truly cultural hotspots. This is how he breaks down his work

Published on 24th September 2020
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How Bengaluru's Indian Music Experience has taken their craft and classes online

We speak to Manasi Prasad, Director, Indian Music Experience in Bengaluru to know how they have explored online classes to help students and trying to make their exhibits virtually available 

Published on 23rd April 2020
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Why everyone must watch Sharanya Ramprakash's famous play Akshayambara

Theatre artist Sharanya Ramprakash speaks about her theatre journey and the reason behind writing the critically-acclaimed play Akshayambara. She also talks about the Modern Indian Theatre

Published on 28th March 2020
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Learn Kuchipudi from exponents of the dance form at Lasyakalpa Dance Academy

DVS Sastry learnt Kuchipudi from the village in Andhra Pradesh it originated in and specialises in Yakshagana Sangeetham. He is also trained in Carnatic music
 

Published on 31st January 2020
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Why kids MUST head to this children's theatre and reading festival in Bengaluru

There will be around six plays across two days and all of them are specially meant for children. Here's a complete rundown of everything that is coming up over the weekend

Published on 6th December 2019
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This JNU professor's website Kannada Kalike can help you learn Kannada on-the-go

JNU's Kannada professor Purushothama Bilimale speaks about the importance of the language and his online platform that teaches Kannada to non-Kannadigas

Published on 5th September 2019
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Archana Mohan wants to revive interest in Yakshagana. This is how she's doing it

Author Archana Mohan speaks about her new book, Yaksha, especially for children, and how she hopes it will preserve the dying art form of Yakshagana 

Published on 20th August 2019
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Here's Dzone, a hip hop dance crew from Puttur which is rocking the stage these days!

Dzone dance crew from Puttur have come a long way to be in the World Hip Hop Championship 2019

Published on 12th August 2019
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The Indiana Jones of Erode: How this PT teacher got an entire TN village hooked to history

While employed at the school as a physical education teacher, John has a diploma in Epigraphy (the study of inscriptions) and Archaeology

Published on 1st August 2019
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Want to be an art writer? Manipal's new MA in Ecosophical Aesthetics has everything from Theatre appreciation to Yakshagana electives

A blend of artistic thought and critical appreciation, this course could well be the thing that all aspiring writers have been waiting for

Published on 8th April 2019
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This 10-year-old yoga champion from Udupi can revolve her body 42 times in one minute

Tanushree Pithrody is a young yoga champion whose name’s been is included in the Golden Book of World Records and Guinness World Records. We talk to her to find out how she got into a yoga biz

Published on 7th March 2019
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Wary of NEET results, students prefer research oriented science courses in Mangaluru

Another trend noticed is that the students are choosing modern humanties subjects like journalism over traditional ones

Published on 21st May 2018

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