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Allen, Matthew.1997. 'Rewriting the Script for South Indian Dance'. 'TDR' (The Drama Review), Journal of Performance Studies 41.3:63–100.   Gopalakrishnan, K.K. 2015. 'Kalamandalam Sathyabhama: The Mother of Mohiniyattam'. Sruti 374.   Jones, Betty True. 1972. 'Mohiniyattam: A Dance Tradition of…
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Eighty odd years after the institutionalization of Mohiniyattam at the Kerala Kalamandalam, it is safe to say that four distinct traditions have come to be established in it. Bani, derived from Sanskrit, literally means 'voice'.  Loosely translated as 'tradition' or 'school' in most dance and music…
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Mohiniyattam, literally meaning 'dance of the enchantress', is one of the most striking in the Indian classical dance repertoire. The efforts of Malayalam poet Vallathol Narayana Menon and dancer and guru Kalyanikutti Amma brought this art form back from possible oblivion and gave it a new life. It…
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