featured in 2002
SEVENTY YEARS OF KERALA NATANAM
by G Vinodini, Trivandrum
e-mail: gvinodini@yahoo.com
RHYTHM AS A SIGNIFIER
by C V Chandrasekhar and Manjari Rajender Kumar
Natya Kala Conference 2001 - December 18
e-mail: chandjay@hotmail.com
CHAALI…taking dance to its audience
by Bharat Sharma, Bangalore
e-mail: gochaali@hotmail.com
UNDERSTANDING THE VARNAM
- AN ISSUE FOR THE AUDIENCE IN THE US
by Babu Parameswaran
e-mail: babu108@hotmail.com
SHARING DANCE !
by Tripura Kashyap, Bangalore
e-mail: tripdance@hotmail.com
THE ROLE OF HEALING IN ASIA'S TRADITIONAL ARTS
by Shanta Serbjeet Singh, New Delhi
e-mail: shanta@asia.com
“A Tribute”
Lakshmi Knight (1943 - 2001)
by Kamala Cesar Buckner
e-mail: lotusart@aol.com
CHOREOGRAPHY IN THEATRE
by Veenapani Chawla
Natya Kala Conference 2001- December 19
e-mail: adishakti@satyam.net.in
Prof. C V Chandrasekhar speaks at Dhanya's arangetram on July 27th in Annandale, Virginia
e-mail: chanjay@hotmail.com
USING PRE - RECORDED MUSIC FOR DANCE AND CHOREOGRAPHY
by G Narendra, Chennai
e-mail: shikhara@yahoo.com
THE SACRED BOND BETWEEN GURU AND SHISHYA
by Geeta Chandran, New Delhi
e-mail: geetachandran@hotmail.com
MAKING DANCE; A CHOREOLOGICAL APPROACH
by Preethi Athreya
Natya Kala Conference 2001- December 17
e-mail: preethiathreya@hotmail.com
THE FIRST STEP IN A CIRCLE OF FEELINGS
by Ranjith Bhaskar, Chennai
e-mail: ranjithbhaskar@yahoo.co.uk
PEREGRINATIONS OF ARCTURUS or
a homage through Bharatanatyam to Swiss writer and photographer Nicolas Bouvier
by Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan, Geneva, Switzerland
e-mail: info@silambamgeneva.com
THE EXPANDING CANVAS
by Malavika Sarukkai
Natya Kala Conference 2001- December 21
A TRAVESTY OF THIS ART FORM
by Srikant Subramaniam, Mumbai
e-mail: subbuvenki@hotmail.com
“GURU” - THE TEACHER
by Sapna Rangaswamy, Vadodara
e-mail: rangaswamy@satyam.net.in
BEYOND TOKENISM - MAINSTREAMING DANCE
by Geeta Chandran, New Delhi
e-mail: geetachandran@hotmail.com
ARANGETRAM - A BEGINNING OR THE END?
by Sapna Rangaswamy, Baroda
e-mail: rangaswamy@satyam.net.in
THE LIGHT NEVER SEEMS TO FADE AWAY
by Srikant Subramaniam, Mumbai
e-mail: subbuvenki@hotmail.com
KATHAK AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR CHOREOGRAPHY
by Maya Rao
Natya Kala Conference 2001- December 16
KATHAK AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR CHOREOGRAPHY
by Madhu Natraj Heri
Natya Kala Conference 2001- December 16
THE WORLD THEATRE DAY MESSAGE
by Girish Karnad, Playwright
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI-NI
by Ramaa Bharadvaj, CA,USA
e-mail: angahara-ramaa@yahoo.com
CHOREOGRAPHY IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT
KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Kumudini Lakhia
Natya Kala Conference 2001- December 15
e-mail: kadamb@icenet.net
WHY NOT DANCE?
by Churchill Pandian, Chennai
e-mail: churchillpandian@yahoo.co.in
CHOREOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS
presented on December 20, 2001 at the Natya Kala Conference, Chennai
by Astad Deboo
e-mail: astaddeboo@hotmail.com
VASANTAHABBA - UNDER ONE SKY
by Lynne Fernandez
e-mail: nrityagram@vsnl.com
SRINGAR RASA IN ODISSI DANCE IN GLOBAL ERA
AND 21st CENTURY
by Suprava Mishra, Rajkot
e-mail: supravamishra@yahoo.com