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DhakshinaChitra Presents Innerflow
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TALE OF TWO REGIONS

AhmedabadMirror
Apr 9, 2015
India is a place where culture, language and religion change every mile. But when it comes to merging two cultures and their art with the medium of mythology, one gets an insight into different traditions of the country. In one such exhibition, paintings on various episodes of Bharatha-k-Koothu scenes with the visual idioms of Chithrakathi will be displayed this evening. Both forms of folkart have been part of the Indian culture since time immemorial and are based on the epic, Mahabharata.readmore

 

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Colours, stories and culture

The Hindu
January 5, 2013
DakshinaChitra presents Inner Flow , an exhibition of the traditional Chithrakathi paintings. ‘Chitra’ is painting and ‘Katha’, story. These paintings resemble the images of leather puppets of northern Karnataka and Maharashtra. The storytelling tradition and the Bharatha – k – koothu performances have blended into Chitrakathi paintings with the poems of Shankararamasubramanian.readmore

 

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Lalithkala Academy Exhibition

Venue:LALIT KALA AKADEMI,Greams Road,Chennai.
Date:10th Septemper 2012
Details:Inaguration by Smt.Angiyo Muthukumaraswamy
‘From the depths of a distant mirror’
Inagural address by Dr.M.D.Muthukumaraswamy
Director,National Folldore Support Centre,Chennai. Gallery

 

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Folk to the forefront

The Times Of India
Sep 7, 2012
Some of the talented artists in the country have come together to host a chitrakathi show on Draupadi Kalacharam. Apart from showcasing the essence of this Bhartha-k-koothu, the artists aim to revive the ancient art form of chitrakathi.
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Snap Judgement

snapjudge.blogspot.in
September 17, 2012

Mahabharatha is divided into many episodes and enacted as Arakku Maligai, Bagasura vadham, Vil Valaippu, Subhadra Kalyanam, Rajasuyuam, Pagadai Thugil, Arjunan Tabasu, Draupadi Kuravanji, Keechaka vadham, Maadu pidi sandai, Krishnan Thoodhu, Aravan Kala Bali, Abimannan kadhai, Karna moksham, Padhinettam por,etc. readmore

 

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The epic in colours of Koothu

The Hindu
September 15, 2012

Traditional chitrakathi style of art inspired by scenes from ‘Bharatha Prasangam’, is the story behind “Inner Flow”, an exhibition of paintings at Lalit Kala Academy. The interesting blend of art and culture not only brings out some of the lesser-known stories of the Mahabharatha but also the richness of earthen shades and indigenous art forms.readmore