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Tamil Heritage Trust - "Evolution of Dance in Tamilnadu - From the Sangam Age to the Marathas" by Dr Kalarani Ramachandran
At 5.30 pm IST on Saturday, May 7, 2022. Talk in English. ....Read more
Tamil Heritage Trust - "Lords of the Deccan: How the Chalukyas and Rashtrakutas Shaped South India" by Anirudh Kanisetti
on how the Deccan innovated in the fields of culture, art, language,
and trade, and how it influenced the trajectories of many modern Indian
Tamil Heritage Trust - “Demon as Devotee: A Universe of Detail in Hoysala Sculpture" Talk by Dr Parul Pandya Dhar....Read more
Melattur Bhagavata Mela Natya Nataka Sangam presented 'SATI SAVITHRI' (edited version) composed by Melattur Sri.Venkatarama Sastry on February 27, 2022 from 7pm to 8.10pm.
Bhagavata Mela Vidyalaya presented "Ilakiya Anubhavam" In Satchidanandha Nataraja Anugraha Anubhavam
Next! Decoding Sangam Literature's pages on Noble Values for Living in
tamil, by Sri Ramkumar Santhanam, Tamil Orator, Singapore Feb 20, 2022
Satchidananda Nataraja Anugraha Anubhavam - 2
Satchidanandha Nataraja Anugraha Anubhavam - 1
Solo art show titled Living In Harmony With Nature by Chennai-based contemporary fine artist Dharshana Bajaj
19 & 20 March 2022, at The Painter’s Garden, Thanikachalam Road, T.Nagar...Read more
Atyantakaman - Tamil Heritage Trust's tribute to Dr R Nagaswamy.....Read more
Tamil Heritage Trust - “Krishnadeva Raya: A King for all Seasons”. Talk by Dr Srinivas Reddy ....Read more
Padma Awards 2022
Tamil Heritage Trust’s “Pechu Kacheri: Kalingam”
(in Tamil). Pechu Kacheri (a concert of talks) is a seminar comprising a
series of informative lectures on a selected theme or subject.
THT’s Pechu Kacheri: Kalingam aims to introduce the audience to the rich
and varied heritage of Odisha by showcasing a few of its temples,
inscriptions and monuments.
On-line event from 9.00 am to 1.30 pm on Saturday, 8th and Sunday, 9th January, 2022.
Pechu Kacheri: Kalingam features eight speakers who will discuss the
significance of the inscriptions of the kings Ashoka and Kharavela, the
evolution of Odisha’s unique temple architecture, its reflection in the
magnificent temples of Bhubaneswar, the vestiges of Buddhism and Jainism
in Odisha, the mysteries of the sun temple at Konarak and the glory of
the Jagannath temple at Puri. A detailed agenda is given below.
To watch Day 1: youtu.be/0JvcyDrOIWU
To watch Day 2: youtu.be/4IF6DYej6Aw
Tamil Heritage Trust
"A History of India Through Coins", Talk by Dr Sanjay Garg on some
prominent landmarks of Indian history as revealed through contemporary
at 5.30 pm IST on Saturday, January 1, 2022. Talk in English....Read more