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Richa Bhavanam
in Image Gallery
  Amba Prasad Patala belongs to a long lineage of Yakshagana artists. With his father Patala Venkataramana’s support and guidance, Amba started out as a Yakshagana artiste and soon achieved eminence as a female role player.         Manorama B.N. : I thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.…
in Interview
Introduction by Dr Manorama B. N.   Mantapa is a popular name among the female role players in Yakshagana. He has performed on 1000 stages as a female impersonator. He did many commendable experiments in Yakshagana. Mantapa fulfilled the dream of Shatavadhani R. Ganesh by successfully conducting…
in Article
Induja Awasthi writes about the tradition of performing Ramayana on stage and the styles of Ramlila performed in different parts of the country.
in Library Artifacts
The article introduces briefly with all the various elements that come together and form the puppet play of Yakshagana on stage.
in Library Artifacts
Review of K. Shivram Karanth's Hindi study, Yakshagana (Delhi: Radhakrishna Prakashan, 1973)
in Library Artifacts
K. Shivram Karnath outlines the history of Yakshagana and its structure, discusses the role of metre and ragas, the significance of the spoken word and of costume and make-up, and remarks on the state of the form at the time of writing, with mention of his own interventions.
in Library Artifacts