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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

May 2021


From the album of ABHAI'S first Mamallapuram National Art Festival, 1992
Courtesy: Bharata Kalanjali
From the album of ABHAI'S first Mamallapuram National Art Festival, 1992
From the album of ABHAI'S first Mamallapuram National Art Festival, 1992
Courtesy: Bharata Kalanjali 



Dancer Ileana Citaristi on the cover of The Heritage, May 1985
Dancer Ileana Citaristi on the cover of The Heritage, May 1985
Dancer Ileana Citaristi on the cover of The Heritage, May 1985



Archival picture of Shanta, VP Dhananjayan and Alarmel Valli at French National Theatre Theatre de la ville in Paris, 1973
Courtesy: Bharata Kalanjali 
Archival picture of Shanta, VP Dhananjayan and Alarmel Valli at French National Theatre Theatre de la ville
Archival picture of Shanta, VP Dhananjayan and Alarmel Valli at French National Theatre Theatre de la ville in Paris, 1973
Courtesy: Bharata Kalanjali



Aditi Mangaldas
Courtesy: Drishtikon 
Aditi Mangaldas
Aditi Mangaldas
Courtesy: Drishtikon



Collette Maze, 106 year old French pianist
Collette Maze, 106 year old French pianist
Collette Maze, 106 year old French pianist



Dancer Akram Khan as a 9 year old boy (1984) in Bharata Kalanjali's first Mowgli-Jungle Book production in London with mother wolf played by the Dhananjayans's student T. Unnikrishnan, now a big time Naatyam teacher in the UK and Middle East
Dancer Akram Khan as a 9 year old boy (1984) in Bharata Kalanjali's first Mowgli-Jungle Book production in London with mother wolf played by the Dhananjayans's student T. Unnikrishnan, now a big time Naatyam teacher in the UK and Middle East
Dancer Akram Khan as a 9 year old boy (1984) in Bharata Kalanjali's first Mowgli-Jungle Book production in London with mother wolf played by the Dhananjayans's student T. Unnikrishnan, now a big time Naatyam teacher in the UK and Middle East





Yogic Imitation Series by artist B.O.Shailesh
Yogic Imitation Series by artist B.O.Shailesh
Yogic Imitation Series by artist B.O.Shailesh



Yogic Imitation Series by artist B.O.Shailesh
Yogic Imitation Series by artist B.O.Shailesh





Filled hospital in a sports stadium for Covid patients, Bangkok
Filled hospital in a sports stadium for Covid patients, Bangkok
Filled hospital in a sports stadium for Covid patients, Bangkok






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