Ola ! It is a Friday and we are back with Director Naga’s video. What we saw in the previous Friday was the intention behind the channel with a story, we are sure you would not have forgotten the Purohit and his intent in asking for the second manaikattai (wooden plank). We were mesmerized as you were in listening to Naga sir narrating it with the mirror subtly playing the visual effects. For those who have missed the earlier video, check out this post – Director Naga Launches our Online Video Channel Mystic Traditions MyTra
We are happy to announce the launch of our new YouTube Channel Mystic Traditions MyTra by Director Naga. To professionals with expertise in their domain, scaling to an online channel is not easy both in terms of emotional and mental makeup and technical parameters. When we talk about Vlogging, it is another domain and the intention of it must be made clear. We chose to keep this Channel in English to reach more people and we will soon launch a Tamil version too.
Influenced by the spirituality and Hindu way of life, 23 Italians, including a couple from the Vatican, underwent a crash course in learning Sanskrit hymns and mantras at the Veda Patashala in Karuvadikuppam on Sunday. Amid vedic chants, A. Raja Sastrigal gave diksha to the Italians.
Tamilnadu has a number of folk dances.
• Kai Silambattam
• Dummy Horse
• Peacock Dance
Let me describe about all these dances…
This heritage series is for us to remember and commemorate the architectural and cultural spaces in Chennai. The city of Chennai is actually a cluster of several old settlements, with each one having distinct histories and important landmarks. Watch this section for articles on these historical buildings.