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About the Programme

The Ramanatakam Kriti by Arunachala Kavi is among Carnatic Music's crown jewels, beloved for its simplicity that evokes strong emotions in all who witness it. NatyaSutraOnline is proud to announce that Rama Vaidyanathan shall host a special digital workshop exploring the opera's various nuances. These sessions, titled 'Sita's Voice,' shall emphasize the "Yeppadi Manam tunindado" of the Ramanatakam. As one of India's finest Bharatanatyam artists, Ms. Rama Vaidyanathan will delve into the rich subtext of the Kriti, reintroducing the world to the genius of the 18th-century savant who originally wrote it.

Sita's Voice

Rama Vaidyanathan

Online Workshop

14th - 15th October 2020
From 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM IST

About the Programme

The Ramanatakam Kriti by Arunachala Kavi is among Carnatic Music's crown jewels, beloved for its simplicity that evokes strong emotions in all who witness it. NatyaSutraOnline is proud to announce that Rama Vaidyanathan shall host a special digital workshop exploring the opera's various nuances. These sessions, titled 'Sita's Voice,' shall emphasize the "Yeppadi Manam tunindado" of the Ramanatakam. As one of India's finest Bharatanatyam artists, Ms. Rama Vaidyanathan will delve into the rich subtext of the Kriti, reintroducing the world to the genius of the 18th-century savant who originally wrote it.

About the Programme

The Ramanatakam Kriti by Arunachala Kavi is among Carnatic Music's crown jewels, beloved for its simplicity that evokes strong emotions in all who witness it. NatyaSutraOnline is proud to announce that Rama Vaidyanathan shall host a special digital workshop exploring the opera's various nuances. These sessions, titled 'Sita's Voice,' shall emphasize the "Yeppadi Manam tunindado" of the Ramanatakam. As one of India's finest Bharatanatyam artists, Ms. Rama Vaidyanathan will delve into the rich subtext of the Kriti, reintroducing the world to the genius of the 18th-century savant who originally wrote it.