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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2012 6:36 am 
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Bhajan sammelanam

Tiruchi Sri Ram Bhajan Mandali has organised the annual Bhagavata Bhajan Sammelanam, from August 3 to 5, at Tiruchi Chintamani Chidambaram Mahal. Namasankirtanam, music concerts, upanyasam and Sita Kalyana mahotsavam will be held on the occasion.

The sammelanam begins on August 3, with Ganapathy homam. This will be followed by Thiruvidaimarudur Venkatarama Bhagavathar’s namasankirtanam and bhajan rendition by the women bhajan mandali from 1 p.m. Divyanama Sankirtanam by Villupuram Jayatheertha Bhagavathar and Unjal utsavam will also take place on the first day.

The second day will begin with Vishnu Sahasranama paarayanam and Ekadina Vishnu Sahasranama archanai, followedby the rendition of Thodayamangalam and Ashtapathi. Veda parayanam, namasankirtanam, upanyasam and music programmes will take place on the second and third day from 1 to 9 p.m.

Sita Kalyanam and the vocal concert of Varsha Ravikumar, from the U.S., will take place on the concluding day. The three-day event will end with divyanama sankirtanam followed by Anjaneya utsavam.

The function has been organised with the help of K. Sivaraman, president and N. Santhana Gopala Krishnan, general secretary, Bhagavatha Bhajan Sammelanam. For details call 9842472293.


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Nadhadweepam Trust: Anniversary celebrations and birth anniversary of Semmangudi R.Srinivasa Iyer, vocal concert by S.Mahathi & party, Sri Sringeri Vidya Bharathi Bhavanam, Amma Mandapam Road, Srirangam, 7 p.m.

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‘Nadhadweepa Kalanidhi’ title conferred on mridangam exponent

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Honouring 90-year-old mridangam exponent T.K.Murthy with the title ‘Nadhadweepa Kalanidhi’ marked the beginning of the 14th anniversary celebration of Nadhadweepam Trust, Srirangam, here on Friday.

‘Alathur’ S. Thiagarajan, secretary, Sri Sathguru Sangeetha Sabha, presented the title at a function held at the Sringeri Sankara Mutt, Srirangam. N.Gopalaswamy, director, Dalmia Cements, presented Mr.Murthy, a contemporary of legendary Mani Iyer, a gold coin and a purse.

The award was in recognition of the doyen’s contribution to Carnatic music over eight decades. Mr.Murthy had accompanied M.S.Subbulakshmi, the doyen of Carnatic music, for four decades in various concerts. He also had the honour of accompanying several great musicians , including Arikesanallur Muthiah Bagavathar, Alathur brothers, Tiger Varadachariar, Mazhavarayam Subbaraya Bagavathar, Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar, Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer, Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer, Maharajapuram Santhanam, and Flute Mali , the citation said.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr.Thiagarajan said that the Nadhadweepam Trust was fortunate enough to honour the veteran artiste. He recalled the role played Mr.Murthy in the successful conduct of Tiruvaiyaru Thiagarajar Urchavam, when he was the treasurer of the organising committee.

‘Nagai’ R.Muralidharan, violin artiste, S.Gopalakrishnan of Agasthiar Publications, and Rajagopal, manager of the Srirangam branch of Canara Bank, offered felicitations. Nagai Muralidharan and Nagai R.Sriram presented violin duet at the end. They were accompanied by Mr.Murthy and Sivasubramanian on mridangam and Tiruchi S.Krishnaswamy on gatam.


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‘Motivate youth to understand ancient Tamil compositions'

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Tamil music is a symbol of the heritage and culture of ancient era, said Tamil lovers and music patrons at a function organised by the Tiruchi Tamizh Isai Sangam to mark its monthly music festival here recently. They underlined the need for encouraging Tamil music singers and artistes so as to popularise the art among the masses.

P. Gnanadurai Michael, a social worker, said that the youth should be motivated to understand the importance of ancient compositions.

To achieve this goal, parents should play Tamil music on cassettes and sensitise their children to the revolution created by Tamil music.

Nagappa Lakshmanan, president of the Sangam, said that the monthly programme on Tamil music has gone down well with the Tamil lovers and the singers. Srinivasan, former director of AIR station, Tiruchi, A. Zameer Basha, physician and N. Mohan, vice president of the sangam, were present.

S. Mahathi, noted singer, presented a vocal concert. She was accompanied by N.C. Madav on the violin, Koviladi R. Madhwaprasad on mridangam and Malaikottai R.M. Dheenadayalan on moharsing.


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Carnatic music contest invites applications from young talent

With the aim of providing students of music and budding professionals with right kind of platform, the Rasika Ranjana Sabha is back with its annual musical fete - Music Competition 2012.

As patrons of Carnatic music for the past 98 years, the sabha invites musicians from within the state as well as outside to take part in the competition.

The competition, which will be held in June, will test competitors for their prowess in four areas of music, - vocal, violin, veena, and mridhangam.

While the junior level will test the participants in the compositions of 12 composers, the senior level participants will be tested upon the composition of 35 composers under the vocal category.

Apart from the first three places for each contest, the overall winner in the junior level will be awarded the L.V. Memorial Shield instituted in the memory of the sabha's former secretary late L. Venkataraman.

The coveted ‘Sangeetha Sri' award will be bestowed upon a senior level participant who has taken part in 24 competitions and stands first overall.

Applications for the competition are available at the sabha's office on East Boulevard Road between 5 pm and 8 pm on all days except Sundays.

It can also be received through email by sending a request to the id, rrsabha@gmail.com. May 31 has been fixed as the deadline for receiving applications for the competition and participants from other states will be provided accommodation by the sabha.


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Tiruchi artist bags award

S.Gunasekaran, an artist from Devadhanam in the district, has bagged the award for the ‘best fine arts artist' instituted by the Sardar Vallabhbai Patel Foundation. Mr.Gunasekaran is noted for his paintings on rice grains and got the award in recognition of his craftsmanship. He has to his credit 50 such paintings. The youth called on Jayashree Muralidaran, Collector, on Monday. He informed the Collector that apart from rice paintings, he had drawn paintings on mustard. He had also painted 1,800 images on a single post card and 700 images in a stamp-size card.

Mr.Gunasekaran got the award from N.N.Vohra, Governor, Jammu and Kashmir, at a function held in New Delhi recently.


Dear Mr. Raja,

It would be nice if some images of his crafts can be attached.

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Thanks for all,

I am Shri. Gunasekaran Sundarraj, I saw this message in the trichyportal today i am happy that people are recognizing me.

Please find this link http://www.indianyoungachiever.in/profile.php


Good work Mr. Gunasekaran Sundarraj, Proud of you.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 8:19 pm 
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Tiruchi artist bags award

S.Gunasekaran, an artist from Devadhanam in the district, has bagged the award for the ‘best fine arts artist' instituted by the Sardar Vallabhbai Patel Foundation. Mr.Gunasekaran is noted for his paintings on rice grains and got the award in recognition of his craftsmanship. He has to his credit 50 such paintings. The youth called on Jayashree Muralidaran, Collector, on Monday. He informed the Collector that apart from rice paintings, he had drawn paintings on mustard. He had also painted 1,800 images on a single post card and 700 images in a stamp-size card.

Mr.Gunasekaran got the award from N.N.Vohra, Governor, Jammu and Kashmir, at a function held in New Delhi recently.


Dear Mr. Raja,

It would be nice if some images of his crafts can be attached.

Thanks


Thanks for all,

I am Shri. Gunasekaran Sundarraj, I saw this message in the trichyportal today i am happy that people are recognizing me.

Please find this link www.indianyoungachiever.in/profile.php


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Tiruchi artist bags award

S.Gunasekaran, an artist from Devadhanam in the district, has bagged the award for the ‘best fine arts artist' instituted by the Sardar Vallabhbai Patel Foundation. Mr.Gunasekaran is noted for his paintings on rice grains and got the award in recognition of his craftsmanship. He has to his credit 50 such paintings. The youth called on Jayashree Muralidaran, Collector, on Monday. He informed the Collector that apart from rice paintings, he had drawn paintings on mustard. He had also painted 1,800 images on a single post card and 700 images in a stamp-size card.

Mr.Gunasekaran got the award from N.N.Vohra, Governor, Jammu and Kashmir, at a function held in New Delhi recently.


Dear Mr. Raja,

It would be nice if some images of his crafts can be attached.

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Tiruchi artist bags award

S.Gunasekaran, an artist from Devadhanam in the district, has bagged the award for the ‘best fine arts artist' instituted by the Sardar Vallabhbai Patel Foundation. Mr.Gunasekaran is noted for his paintings on rice grains and got the award in recognition of his craftsmanship. He has to his credit 50 such paintings. The youth called on Jayashree Muralidaran, Collector, on Monday. He informed the Collector that apart from rice paintings, he had drawn paintings on mustard. He had also painted 1,800 images on a single post card and 700 images in a stamp-size card.

Mr.Gunasekaran got the award from N.N.Vohra, Governor, Jammu and Kashmir, at a function held in New Delhi recently.


Hearty Congratulations to Mr. S. Gunasekaran for his craftsmanship.


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Tiruchi artist bags award

S.Gunasekaran, an artist from Devadhanam in the district, has bagged the award for the ‘best fine arts artist' instituted by the Sardar Vallabhbai Patel Foundation. Mr.Gunasekaran is noted for his paintings on rice grains and got the award in recognition of his craftsmanship. He has to his credit 50 such paintings. The youth called on Jayashree Muralidaran, Collector, on Monday. He informed the Collector that apart from rice paintings, he had drawn paintings on mustard. He had also painted 1,800 images on a single post card and 700 images in a stamp-size card.

Mr.Gunasekaran got the award from N.N.Vohra, Governor, Jammu and Kashmir, at a function held in New Delhi recently.


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