Chandralekha created the first poster for the Forum Against Oppression of Women. She created the logo for the new publishing house Kali for Women.  She was invited to design the original cover of the journal Manushi; it had elements from her repertoire, including ideas of shakti and other primal concepts. The Manushi editors were uneasy and initiated a huge debate at their  office in Delhi with Chandra and a large group of feminists participating. Chandra felt that they simply did not understand the cultural politics she was proposing in her graphics. The cover never got used.
(‘Remembering Chandralekha – Artist, Choreographer, Feminist’ by Kamala Ganesh, Dec 30, 2015,

Shiva is supposed to have played the Hudukku (later known as Udukku) 14 times, and from the beats emanated 43 varnas, from which evolved present day Sanskrit alphabets.
(Deepti Omcherry Bhalla at Natya Kala Conference, Dec 2015)

Kumari Kamala’s mother was totally involved in costume designing, constantly innovating with fabrics such as chiffon and georgette, variations in brocade and checks, and experimenting with different styles of fans.
(Sujatha Vijayaraghavan in ‘The costume drama’ by V.V. Ramani, The Hindu Fri Review, Dec 25, 2015)

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