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“Betsy Picart and Charisse Loriaux light up a kathakali-esque Indian history bit, but poorly executed Chinese opera, commedia (the French Revolution) and music hall patter (about industrialism) fall a bit flat.”
“Oil massage kathakali training students children body massage Kerala India”
“Mistress, about the world of kathakali artists in Kerala, author Anita Nair decided she would write "a light, easy book".”
“Raga-based renditions known as sopanam accompany kathakali performances.”
“KOZHIKODE: Thodayam Kathakali Yogam and Chinmaya Mission have jointly arranged a four-day art festival, 'Aatta Mahotsavam,' from December 31 that would showcase kathakali and other traditional art forms.”
“Pathiyoor sankarankutty has won the kalamandalam award this year for kathakali vocal music.”
“These productions displayed the grandeur of an oriental-influenced aesthetic, drawing inspiration from both kabuki and kathakali and demanding a mastery of the body dictated by Shakespeare’s texts.”
“Native performing arts include koodiyattom (a 2000 year old Sanskrit theatre tradition, officially recognised by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity), kathakali-from katha ( "story") and kali ( "performance") - and its offshoot Kerala natanam, koothu (akin to stand-up comedy), mohiniaattam ( "dance of the enchantress"), thullal, padayani, and theyyam.”
“Our client welcome ceremonies are really grand and always involve a tusker, traditional lamps, kathakali and quality hospitality. ”
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