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Dnyaneshwar’s Paintings Are Visual Poetry!

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I wrapped her in a quilt of profound tenderness I draped her form under the shower of radiant sunflower I enveloped her innocence within the borders of nature I encased her aura within the spectrum of infinite breeze I preserved her surreal force from straying to the wild I sheltered ...

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Journey of Art not Easy – Vidya

We, at A Journalist Reveals, were fortunate to find a Kuchipudi dancer Vidya S V and immediately requested an interview. She had quite a few things to share with us. Here are some excerpts: When did the classical bug bite you? Thanks to my mother’s interest in the traditional art ...

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Sudhindra – Propagating Traditions Through Yakshagana

Recently, we came across the profile of Sudhindra Holla, Country Manager, India and SAARC, Axis Communications. He is a well-known stalwart in the surveillance and security industry. He is also an avid reader, a yoga practitioner and Yakshagana (a folk dance from Karnataka) dancer. Very few people know about Yakshagana. ...

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Mandeera – The Doyen of Bharatanatyam

It has been some time that we at A Journalist Reveals wrote about artists. We recently found Mandeera Manish, who is a Gold Medallist in her field of Bharatanatyam. She agreed to do an interview with us and this is what she had to say for our questions: When did ...

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Kishori Amonkar-The Doyen of Classical Music

Kishori Amonkar is no more. It is not easy to believe as I had met Kishori Amonkar Madam a few years ago for an interview for a local art magazine. She was an amicable and affectionate lady. I wanted to interview her for A Journalist Reveals. I lost the chance ...

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Aparna Mishra is an Inspiration to All!

Despite a birth defect in her left foot, Aparna Mishra struggled to reach the position of the director of a Kathak institute. Armed with a management degree and a post-graduation in Kathak, she worked with corporate companies while running her own institute, Kala Saadhna. Here is a small tête-à-tête with the Kathak ...

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My Mother is my First Guru-Brinda Roy Chowdhury

She wants to learn instrumental music as well after conquering the vocal category. That’s the classical singer Brinda Roy Chowdhury for you. Having had her Taalim on various forms of music like Rabindra Sangeet, Nazrulgeeti, Atulprasadi, Rajanikanto, Geet and pure classical from Ms. Krishna Dasgupta, she was also trained in ...

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Special Children Also Perform Well!

“Of all the achievements, the association all of us at Instyle are most proud of is the one we have forged with the Blind People’s Association (BPA), a well-known NGO based in Ahmedabad,” says Ahmedabad-based dance choreographer and teacher Hiren Patel. A member of International Dance Council (CID), Hiren Patel ...

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