- Budget delight: 'Navras' to set pace for JKK 'makeover'
- Some of the most well-known cultural and theatre programmes like The Manganiyar Seduction (directed by Roysten Abel), Sharira (choreographed by Chandralekha), William Shakespeare's Macbeth (directed by Ratan Thiyam) and a Sufi music performance ...
- Revisiting Sharira
- In the book “Chandralekha, choreographic works, Anigka to Sharira 1985-2003”, edited by Sadanand Menon, the choreographer's note reads, “Body corporeal and Body conceptual. Body as a path towards a return to vast inner spaces of hidden resources.
- Gwangju, the new destination for art
- 'Sharira' was the only Indian work featured in the three-week-long festival that inaugurated the Asia Cultural Center (ACC) Theater in Gwangju. When I asked Artistic Director Seong Hee Kim why she chose the production, she said, “Chandralekha is often ...
- Mystic Mantra: Homosexuality and the Vedas
- Sushruta Samhita (Sharira Sthana, chapter 3, verse 4) states that the preponderance of semen over ovum begets a male child; that of ovum over semen begets a female child; and equal potency of both results in a neuter child. Sushruta Samhita (Sharira ...
- The Body's Tale Beyond Gender Lines
- “'Sharira' is about exploring the body and showing the relationship and balance between the physical and our subtle body,” said arts editor Sadanand Menon, who was also a long-time associate of Chandralekha. Sadanand was the stage light designer of the ...
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