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Fri Mar 21 17:09:01 2014 UTClccn-n841088470.00Let's talk about food0.871.00Understanding Kuchipudi275388195n 841088471402272Mallika Sarabhailccn-no2001032647Soneji, Deveshausdrtnc-darpana communicationsDarpana Communicationsnc-suvik communicationsSuvik Communicationslccn-n50016431Sarabhai, Mrinalinidnclccn-n85047860Darpana Academy of the Performing Artsnp-nagarajan, maheswariNagarajan, Maheswarisnglccn-no94034150Insight Media (Firm)lccn-n85210997Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Artslccn-n89269486Acharya, C. R.lccn-n87886303IndiaMinistry of TextilesSarabhai, MallikaHistoryBiographyNonfiction television programsIndiaDanceJute manufactureBharata natyamIndia--Tamil NaduKuchipudi (Dance)Textile industryJute industryDance--Study and teachingIndia--RajasthanFolk singersIndia--Andhra PradeshWomen singersFolk musiciansWomen--AttitudesWomen--Social conditionsWomen--Economic conditionsJute spinningJute fiberNatural foodsProcessed foods199219981999200520072008201020111241120677.130954TS1735ocn071121696ocn820699895ocn071121696ocn071121696411ocn071121696visu20050.76Understanding BharatnatyamHistoryLooks at the history of dance in Tamil Nadu, with focus on the Nayaka and Maratha periods. Examines the ritual functions of the devadasi, the kuravanci, nritta and abhinaya technique. Demonstrates the marg repertoire of Tanjavur, the alarippu, jatisvaram, sabdam, varnam, javali and tillana, as well as newer transformations in the post-independence period293ocn032699496book19920.97Acharya, C. RUnderstanding KuchipudiHistoryTextbook for a classical dance tradition of Andhra Pradesh, India174ocn049544402visu19980.94Understanding bharatanatyamHistoryA discussion of the Indian form of dance, bharatanatyam151ocn049283580book19990.81Saptharishi, L. VJute : handlooms of IndiaHistoryOn the history of jute from its earliest use to its current status+-+536157543673ocn049546151visu19981.00Sarabhai, MallikaUnderstanding KuchipudiHistoryExplores the solo dance tradition of Andhra Pradesh known as Kuchipudi devised by Vedantam Lakshminarayana Shastri in the present century. It examines the three sources of his solo repertoire: temple, concert and narrative traditional dances. Temple and concert dances were practised by temple dancers of Andhra, while narrative traditional dances were to be found in the repertoires of both temple dancers and Brahman male performances in villages61ocn259710366visu20070.98PreranaNonfiction television programsDocumentary on six ordinary women of India who headed for being different from the flock41ocn472706803visu20081.00The open frameHistoryBiography"This film celebrates Rukmanbai, the first woman to break the male bastion amongst the Manganiars of Rajasthan, famed bards and singers, whose popularity has grown to enviable heights today"--Videodisc container32ocn849655510visu20081.00Soul voice solo voiceHistoryBiographyThis film celebrates Rukmanbai, the first woman to break the male bastion amongst the Manganiars of Rajasthan, famed bards and singers, whose popularity has grown to enviable heights today11ocn055765289visu19991.00Sarabhai, MrinaliniUnderstanding Bharatanatyam, Part 212ocn820699895visu2010Let's talk about foodThe Film is a journey into India's food heritage and the biodiversity of its crops. It delves into the reasons for the shrinking of this diversity and the homogenization of our food preferences. It takes the protagonist into a search for the larger repercussions of this homogenization of tastes and demands - the health ramifications and the effects on farming, soil and cropping patterns and the ecology01ocn226106115visu1999Sarabhai, MrinaliniUnderstanding Bharatanatyam, Part 1+-+5361575436+-+5361575436Fri Mar 21 15:30:20 EDT 2014batch7359