Mahakumbabishekam of Sri Dharmavalli Ambal samedha Sri Karavandheeswara Swami Thirukovil
Thanjavur district, Papanasam, Udayaarkovil
About the temple
In India there is a Temple by the name Sri Dharmavalli Ambal samedha
Shri Karavandheeswara Swamy situated in a village called Odayarkoil,
which is about 20 KM from Thanjavur, Tamilnadu, called in earler years
as “the granary of South India”. Odayarkoil is a small village,
consisting of two administrative units, viz. Keelakovilpathu and
Vadapatty with a population of not more than 1000 households and 5000
people. The Temple has inscriptions of the Chola King Rajendra Chola I,
son of the Great Raja Raja Chola, who built the BIG Temple of Thanjavur.
Rajendra Chola I is called the Greater son of A Great Father.
||"Earth Sensitive Art"|
Apr 4 - Apr 10, 2013 everyday at Bimba, The Art Ashram
Earth Sensitive Art - an exhibition of works by artist Deepika Dorai.
Art and artefacts created over the last few years in and around the 100
year old building restored by her and in surrounding spaces architected
and handcrafted from Earthy features - a reflection of life values that
tells many a story in handmade Green Art.
View the invitation
#42, ratnavilas road (opp canara bank dvg road branch/near nagasandra circle)
For more details call Deepak (9886635069)
Visit www.bimbaartfoundation.org for more details on the many layers of Earth Sensitive art practise and its sharing.
||Kalakendra celebrates the timeless magic of stories and story tellers, this World Story Telling Day.|
Of the many ways in which we learn new ideas and expand our creative and
intellectual horizons, the one that appeals the most to all of us
irrespective of our age is learning through stories. Indeed, it is what
we learn through stories that stay with us for years, remaining vivid in
our memories because of the images they invoke in our minds.
Free previews of different story telling styles that will appeal to listeners of all ages.
is an interesting collection of moral based stories for children
rendered in Tamil by E.Jothi. The ancient Indian tradition of Harikatha,
is among the oldest forms of storytelling which integrate music, mime
and literature, elevating the text from being merely a literary work to a
complete aesthetic experience. Choice vignettes from Dushhyant Sridhar's contemporary rendition of Harikatha Srinivasa Kalyanam and the legendary T S Balakrishna Sastrigal's inimitable rendition of the Bhagavatam.
Excerpts from Kalki's Tamil classic, "Sivagamiyin Sabatham",
forever enshrined in the hearts of millions of readers across the world
as one of the best works of Tamil historical fiction.
With great joy at being able to do our bit to promote traditional forma of story telling,
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||Sri Geetagovinda Pratisthana presented Third Edition of Ashtapadi Festival, The Complete Experience of Jayadeva’s Geetagovinda|
on March 9 &10, 2013, 6.30pm at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi.
In this is 3rd edition of this unique festival, the Geetagovinda Pratisthana (www.geetagovinda.org)
presented thirteen of the songs of the Geetagovinda in major Indian
classical dance forms – Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Kuchipudi and
Mohiniattam. The festival featured some classic choreography by all
time greats like Kelucharan Mahapatra, Vempatti Chinna Satyam as well as
some recent and new choreography. Senior dancers Madhavi Mudgal
(Odissi), Deepti Omcheri Bhalla (Mohiniattam) and young maestros
Sathyanarayana Raju (Bharatnatyam) and Srimayi Vempati (Kuchipudi)
performed in the festival. Dr. Subas Pani curated the festival as its
|| Dec 29, 2012 - Jan 8, 2013|
A commemorative paintings exhibition on Mother Teresa, Communicator of Passion
33 paintings by 23 artists from 6 states produced in National Artists'
Camp in 2011, the birth centenary year of Mother Teresa of Kolkata.
Organised by Art & Soul in collaboration with Official Social
Communications, Catholic Bishops; Conference of India (CBCI-OSC), New
Inauguration on 29th Dec 2102, 6pm
Alphonso Arul Doss, Anita Vegas, Augustine Annadurai, TM Azis, CB
Bahuleyan, Benny Paul, Blaise Joseph, Francis Kodenkandath, R Jacob
Jebaraj, S Jayaraj, John Pereira, G Johnson, OC Martin, KT Mathai,
Norman Tagore, G Raman, Ritu Singh, K Roy Thomas, Roy M Thottathil SJ,
Saju Thuruthil, Sam Adaikalasamy, Suman Bhuyan, M Suriya Moorthy
Venue: Gallery Art & Soul, 204 - A, East Coast Road, Akkarai,
Chennai - 600119 ; Ph: 91 44 24530033 / 91 72997 73311 ; email:
11am to 9 pm. Monday Holiday