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  As the echoes of church bells linger in the dying twilight, the villagers tidy up and have an early dinner. Because, for some, their son might now be metamorphosing to a juggernaut dragon— attacking furiously, terrorising the village—and for some, their daughter might be yielding a mighty sword…
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Geetha K Wilson
Bake, A A. Charlemagne in Malabar.  Folklore 74, no. 3 (1963): 450–59.   Chakravorty, Pallabi. ‘Hegemony, Dance and Nation: The Construction of the Classical Dance in India.’ South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 21, no. 2 (1998): 107–20.   Fuller, C. J. ‘Kerala Christians and the Caste System…
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Sung by: A N Aniruddhan (Aniruddhan Ashan)
  Kaaralsman Charitham/A Chronicle of Emperor Charlemagne   Kaaralsmaan Charitham is considered to be the best Chavittunatakam ever made. Contrary to popular conception, this is not the first Chavittunatakam drama, but it definitely is the most popular one. The drama is based on the first Holy…
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