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Nrityotsav at Hindu Temple in Omaha on March 6
Jayanthi Guruprasad - jayanthi@srisankaratv.net
Sri Sankara a Multilingual Spiritual TV Channel available on Satellite 2E. Sri Sankara is a free-to-air multi-lingual spiritual TV Channel aimed at meeting the spiritual needs of our viewers and has its reach all over the globe both on satellite link and web TV.
Our aim is to promote Indian culture and tradition through programmes related to the spiritual world targeting segments of all ages through various modes of entertainment such as music, pravachan, classical dances and other innovative activities such as quiz-related presentations and competitions etc., thus competing with all other entertainment channels. The concept of the channel is to provide enlightened entertainment in the modern context, which will allow the masses to revisit ancient Indian culture and traditions.
We also provide an ideal platform to young and upcoming artistes to demonstrate their talents. Hence, we request your institution to use this great opportunity to showcase the talents of your student which otherwise may remain dormant and unnoticed.
We would request to inform us of the dates, time and venue of the performances of your students so as to enable us to work out other modalities. We would also welcome innovative ideas/concepts to enrich Indian Cultural and heritage connected programs. Please feel free to call for any clarification and support.
Thanking you,
With warm regards,
Jayanthi. G
Regional Manager
91 93505 17745
www.srisankaratv.net

An engaging dialogue between flute & mandolin
sha Ramachandran - usha_raja@yahoo.com
As the saying in Tamil goes, "Nirai kudam talumbadu". The great musicians have created divinity through melodious performance. Where there is divinity, there is only calm & peace. A well written article.

K.Shivakumar - gada_shiv@yahoo.com
I don't quite think that Chennai is used to prepared concerts. In the traditional Carnatic music concert, while the songs may be decided upfront, there are impromptu sessions as well.

Aparna Chandra - aps07@rediffmail.com
The article is well written. Takes us through the atmosphere created at the concert. It seems to be an interesting mix of sorts!

Lalgudi Jayaraman
Balasubramanian Murali
Lalgudi Shri G. Jayaraman accompanied Ariyakkudi (passed away in 1967), the great GNB (First May 1965), Musiri Subramania Iyer (senior to GNB), Madurai Mani year (passed away in 1970s) etc. So, Shri Jayaraman was playing / accompanying over five decades. (0431 - 257 8447)