T.K. Sreevalsan

T.K. Sreevalsan is a senior assistant editor with HT. In 23 years of journalism in various Indian cities, he has been with a wire agency, magazine, three dailies, a pink newspaper and a PR firm besides having worked as a freelancer.

Articles by T.K. Sreevalsan

This dancer is keeping India’s oldest surviving Sanskrit theatre alive

As the first woman performer from outside the community that conventionally performs two antique Kerala arts, Kalamandalam Girija has a handful of credits as a senior exponent of Koodiyattam—India’s oldest-surviving Sanskrit theatre—and the solo Nangiar Koothu.

Kalamandalam Girija’s entry into the field in the early 1970s also marked a revival of an off-shoot of the two-millennium-old Koodiyattam.(Harikrishnan Menon)
Kalamandalam Girija’s entry into the field in the early 1970s also marked a revival of an off-shoot of the two-millennium-old Koodiyattam.(Harikrishnan Menon)
Updated on Jul 30, 2016 03:20 PM IST
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