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Friday, August 19, 2005
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The season of sequels
At home in Kerala
Sree Vidya has made it big on television with a few unforgettable roles in popular mega serials.
All the right notes
Fr. Thomas Chakkalamattath has evolved an ingenious method to teach his students the fundamentals of music.
Savant of Malayalam
S. Guptan Nair's work as a teacher and litterateur has endeared him to scores of students and readers.
Waxing lyrical on music
Abhradita Banerjee's dream is to tap the therapeutic effects of music to beat stress.
Melody in the air
Get set for a musical voyage.
Indira Menon's tomes on Carnatic music are the culmination of a life-long love affair with music and a storehouse of rare information.
An enthralling performer
Vettikavala Sasikumar has broadened the scope of the nadaswaram.
Sound of talent
Young pianist Julian Clef has won a prestigious scholarship.
Of love and envy
`Kathivannoor Veeran' was staged to a packed hall in Thiruvananthapuram.
B.D. Dethan's new collection centres on the human form.
Centre of learning
The Puducode Kendra of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is trying to popularise the study of Sanskrit and the Vedas.
In memory of Chembai
A music fete will be held to observe Chembai's birth anniversary.
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