- Kerala Natanam Fails to Draw Attention
- KOCHI: Kerala Natanam, one of the youngest art forms born in erstwhile Travancore, failed to attract crowd at the main venue of the school art festival on Sunday.
- Kerala Natanam Deserves Classical Status, Says Ace Artist
- KOCHI: For most of us, Kerala Natanam is just another art form, which we have heard mostly in youth festivals. But for Bharathanjali Madhusoodanan, it is not so.
- Tweaking an Art Form for Contest Sake
- THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Had dance maestro Guru Gopinath, who had conceived and developed 'Kerala Natanam' in the early 20th century, witnessed the performance of the contestants at the 56th Kerala School Kalolsavam, he would have been ...
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