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This section reflects my inspirations and moods as my feet and mind travel this amazing planet. Thank you all for the positive response to the earlier editions of Roving Eye.  Enjoy.. If you have something interesting to share, send it to rovingeye.anita@gmail.com
- Anita Ratnam

April 2017


  S Sathyalingam (Mama) and Neila Sathyalingam (Mami) participating at the inaugural prayers of their first Dance and Music School called Nandikeshwara Natyalayam set-up in Nallur, Jaffna in 1958, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka)











Musician JOHN LENNON's PIANO, GUITAR and GLASSES, BEATLES MUSEUM, Liverpool, UK

Her Majesty The Queen and Director of Sampad, Piali Ray OBE at the official reception for the India-UK Year of Culture 2017 at Buckingham Palace






Sannidhi Dialogues Annual Lecture Series organised by the Milapfest Institute of Indian Arts
Conducting a dance workshop at Hope Liverpool Univ, UK





SMOKE AND MIRRORS - My talk and discussion at ICC, Kuala Lumpur

with Datuk Ramli Ibrahim and HH Mr. TS Tirumurti, High Commissioner of India to Malaysia





Ramli Ibrahim stands against a wall bearing names of famous actors, dancers, choreographers and playwrights.
KL Performing Arts Centre, Malaysia




SUTRA's resident magician.
Lighting whiz, painter, master chef SIVARAJAH NATARAJAN poses after cooking a gourmet lunch

Wonder what it contains?
A Pav bun in a street stall, Kuala Lumpur







A MILLION SITAs performed within installation ENCHANTED TREE  designed by Sandhya Raman
Dr Kapila Vatsyayan watching
A MILLION SITAs in NEW DELHI





inDANCE's recent production of Holy Cow(s)

Photo: Glenn Teneycke

Photo: Miles Brokenshire




KANDAVA VANAM written by Na Muthuswamy. Directed by Prasanna Ramaswamy. Performed by KOOTHU P PATTARAI





Road Safety sign

Large hoarding on Chennai streets by THE HINDU





Painted coconuts with bronze birds by Jyoti Ranjan Swain
A special series for SUTRA'S AMOROUS DELIGHT






Contemporary Art Exhibition focusing on young artistes. National Gallery, Kuala Lumpur


Ramli Ibrahim against a linen curtain





Illusory Art





Public art in Latvia




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