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Three-day All India Kuchipudi Festival ends
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Three-day All India Kuchipudi Festival ends
Book on Kuchipudi Vyasa Manjari released

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Three-day All India Kuchipudi Festival ends

Book on Kuchipudi Vyasa Manjari released

Hyderabad, January 1, 2008

The three day all India Kuchipudi dance festival organized by Potti Sriramulu Telugu University in Kuchipudi village of Krishna district left some wonderful feelings among the connoisseurs. The artistes presented various events based on the dance form. The Minister for Rural Water Supply, Pinnamaneni Venkateswara Rao, the chief guest on the concluding day said that the University would get all support from the government to promote Telugu Culture and heritage.

The Minister felicitated the noted dancer Yamini Krishnamurthy and presented the ‘Sri Siddendra Nartana’ national award to her. The award carries prize money of Rs.50,000 and a citation.

The Vice Chancellor of Potti Sriramulu Telugu University, A Manjulatha said that the effort was to make the dance festival popular on par with the dance festivals held at Khajuraho and Konark. She further said that the university would strive further to popularize the quintessential Telugu dance format across the country. A book on Kuchipudi Vyasa Manjari released on the occasion.

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Three-day All India Kuchipudi Festival ends
Book on Kuchipudi Vyasa Manjari released

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