1. **CHINTA VENKATARAMAIAH and the Kuchipudi Yakshagana Tradition - M. Nagabhushana Sarma** 2. Some major Disciples of Guru Chinta Venkataramaiah - Katyayani Thota** 3. **Bharata Kalaprapoona CHINTA KRISHNA MURTHY - Bhagavatula Laxmi Narasimham** 4. **PASUMARTHI KRISHNA MURTHY - BH. L. Narasimham** 5. **BHAGAVATULA RAMAKOTAIAH - M.N. Sarma** 6. **PASUMARTI VENUGOPALA KRISHNA SARMA - Bhagavatula Laxmi Narasimham** 7. **In conversation with Kathak dancer, guru, choreographer Kumudini Lakhia - Sunil Kothari** 8. **Abhinaya in Sattriya - Dr. Mallika Kandali**
**CHINTA VENKATARAMAIAH and the Kuchipudi Yakshagana Tradition - M. Nagabhushana Sarma**
**M. NAGABHUSHANA SARMA** **Prof. M. NAGABHUSHANA SARMA**, a front ranking scholar and researcher of Andhra’s cultural heritage, has extensively worked on the traditions of Drama, Dance and Folk Arts. A former Dean of Arts & Performing Arts in several Universities, Prof. Sarma is presently the Chief Editor of ***Nartanam.*** *"What every person needs are koodu (food), gudda (clothing) and needa (a roof on our head). If these are essential needs of a person, the same are needed for an art to sustain and please the audience. Bhava is the food (which sustains the art); raga is the appropriate clothing which gives the bhava shape, beauty and musicality; and tala is the dwelling in which we live because the bhava and raga in our art are pegged to the abode of tala".1*
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