“It’s time to put our paranoia about the virus on a leash and take it for a walk.”
- Shared over a telephone call with Madhu Nataraj
The festival season is upon us and with it come several moments to smile
as we all attempt to open up our homes and lives to the outside world.
Now that the imprint of baby feet have been drawn in the courtyards and
altars of several homes across the world to mark the birth day of Lord
Krishna, we can prepare for the arrival of beloved Ganesha and onwards
to more and more days that will remind us of the importance of ritual
and the cyclical spiral of life. No matter which faith one belongs to,
the onset of cooler weather and the sun’s winter descent always signals
more celebrations, prayers and gatherings. Despite the threat of a third
wave, people seem determined to find ways to share experiences and the
small joys of life..
"Music is thought made audible. Dance is thought made visible."
- Alonzo King
Shovana Narayan: Sept 2
Jitendra Maharaj: Sept 9
Kumkum Mohanty: Sept 10
Rajika Puri: Sept 14
Alarmel Valli: Sept 14
Jhelum Paranjape: Sept 24
Ananda Shankar Jayant: Sept 27
Dr. Utpal K Banerjee: Sept 27
Ramappa temple, Telangana
; Photo: Veejay Sai
Recently UNESCO certified the Rudreshwara Ramappa Temple in Telangana as
a world heritage site.
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