The Chenda is a percussion instrument that holds a special place in the hearts all of Malayalis.
The third drill of the Thekkan Sampradayam (souther technique) of Kalaripayattu is unique indeed
The second unarmed combat drill of Kalaripayattu requires you to block as well attack.
Thang-Ta receives its name from the two weapons used, the sword and the spear.
Ajitha Hare is a popular Kathakali Padam (song) that describes the devotion between a devotee and his Lord.
Chuvadu refers to the drills that prepare one for unarmed combat.
My latest work of art has been an attempt to explain the true essence of the colour green.
Saathriya is an ancient form of Indian classical dance with its roots in Assam.
Art is more than a mere combination of various colors on a palette that scatters the walls.
Kalaripayattu is about stretching one’s limits and making a person physically and mentally strong.