Sanskrit Theatre

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The performance took place at the Nepathya – Center for Excellence in Koodiyattam, Moozhikulam, Kerala. Margi Madhu Chakyar is the actor.
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The performance took place at the Nepathya – Center for Excellence in Koodiyattam, Moozhikulam, Kerala. Margi Madhu Chakyar is the actor.  
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The performance took place at the Nepathya – Center for Excellence in Koodiyattam, Moozhikulam, Kerala. Nepathya Sreehari Chakyar is the actor. 
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The performance took place at the Nepathya – Center for Excellence in Koodiyattam, Moozhikulam, Kerala. Nepathya Sreehari Chakyar is the actor. 
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The performance took place at the Nepathya – Center for Excellence in Koodiyattam, Moozhikulam, Kerala. Nepathya Sreehari Chakyar is the actor.     
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David Shulman
The classical theatre of Kerala, Kūṭiyāṭṭam—literally, “acting together”—survived for many centuries in the major Kerala temples, each of which had an acting space, kūttampalam, for these performances by the Cākyār and Nambyār artists, the guardians of this complex and ravishing art. Pilgrims and…
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K.N. Panikkar writes about Mohiniyattam, its historical background and references in other art forms.
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The article is a study of Kuttambalam, the permanent theatre building for the classical Sanskrit dramatic tradition of Kerala, Kutiyattam.
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Clifford R. Jones writes about the ritualistic performance of Sanskrit drama in temple theatres, with reference to the restoration of Vatakkunnathan Temple in Kerala.
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  Sudha Gopalakrishnan: Prof. Shulman, it has been a great privilege for me to ask you about your experiences with Kutiyattam. You have been coming to Kerala for the last six years to understand, to experience Kutiyattam. What made you come and fall so much in love with kutiyattam?   David Shulman…
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