1. Editorial- MADHAVI PURANAM 2. ĀDIBHAṬLA NĀRĀYAṆA DĀS: THE VERSATILE GENIUS - K. SAVITHRI DEVI 3. Blessed were his parents, those who saw him, and his listeners - MALLADI SURIBABU 4. ‘Harikatha Pitamaha' Adibhatla Narayana Das- MUPPAVARAPU VENKATA SIMHACHALA SASTRY 5. Śrīmadajjāḍa Ādibhaṭla Nārāyaṇadāsaḥ – A Legend in Sanskrit Literature- K.VARALAKSHMI 6. Dashavidha Raga Navati Kusuma Manjari – A Marvelous Composition- SHREEKANTHAM NAGENDRA SHASTRY 7. Talli Vinki- UPADHYAYULA NARAYANA DAS 8. Adibhatla Narayana Dasu Kritis and Nadaneerajanam Program- R. N. S. SAILESWARI 9. Janaki Sapatham – a marvelous Harikatha of Vivadi Raga Kritis- KOMANDURI VENKATAKRISHNA 10. The Master of Rhythm- K. SADGURUCHARAN 11. Compositions of Nārāyaṇa Dās in vivādi rāgas- B. V . DURGA BHAVANI 12. RUBÂIYÂT OF OMAR KHAIYÂM- UPADHYAYULA NARAYANA DAS 13. BĀṬASĀRI- UPADHYAYULA NARAYANA DAS 14. A brief sketch of Śrī Yathārtha Rāmāyaṇamu- K. SAVITHRI DEVI 15. Amalgamation of Harikatha and Kuchipudi- An experiment- DEVULAPALLI UMA 16. Adibhatla Narayana Das' Contribution to Carnatic Music – A brief note- A. (K.) SOBHANA PRABHA DEVI 17. SRIMADAJJADA ADIBHATLA NARAYANA DASA KATHA GANA KALA PARISHAT- U. RAJA RAJESWARI DEVI 18. The Role of Lighting Design in Digital Media Stage Performance- MURALI BASA
Editorial- MADHAVI PURANAM
Post Covid, work and finances at Nartanam have seen a sea change. However, we are trudging along to publish the journal, a commitment made in 2001 by our founding publisher, Garikipati Muralidhara Sarma and the founding editor, Modali Nagabhushana Sarma. We are proud that for more than two decades our quarterly issues were printed and read widely year after year and have been archived in important libraries across the world. We are happy to announce that Nartanam can now be read online. We will continue to publish the performance reviews on the digital format as well as the print format. ‘Arts and Culture’ is an important pillar of the Civil Society. The term brings to mind Guru C. R. Acharyulu. Quoting Mallika Sarabhai’s words in our special issue on Guru C. R. Acharyulu, would best do justice in commemorating the brave and sensitive soul of a civil society. Mallika narrated thus: “The year
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