Reviving a great tradition

Reviving a great tradition


 The event will run in 21 heritage spaces, some of which are as old as thousand years while some are just a decade old. It will bring together mystical chants, the beauty of architecture, performing arts, visual arts, learning, spirituality and festivities. The festival will revive the ancient culture of heritage spaces, these being centres of performing arts and learning.

From February 11 to March 19, 250 artists of repute from across the country will perform in these 21 temples. The performances will include classical music and dance of different genres, besides puppetry and Hari Katha. Innovative Rangoli art by artists and designers will adorn these sacred floors.

The venues are as follows:

*(From February 11 to 13) Malleswaram — Sri Nandi Tirtha Devasthana, Sri Kaadu Mallesha Devasthana, Sri Lakshmi Narasimhaswamy Devasthana, Sri Gangamma Devi Devasthana.

*(On February 17) V V Puram — Sri Kanikaparameshwari Devasthana, Sri Lakshmi Venkataramana Swamy Devasthana, Sri Subramanyaswamy Devasthana, Sri Satyanarayanaswamy Devasthana.

*(From February 18 to 20) Domlur — Sridevi Bhudevi Sametha Chokkanathaswarny Devasthana.

*(From February 25 to 27) Basavanagudi — Sri Dodda Basavanna Devasthana. Sri Dodda Ganapathy Devasthana, Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Devasthanam, Sri Shiva Bhakta Bedara Kanappa Devalaya, Sri Balaprasanna Anjaneya Devasthana, Sri Navamantralaya Mandira, Sri Govaradhanagiri Puthige Matha Devasthana, Sri Karanji Anjaneyaswamy Devasthana.

*(From March 11 to 13) Gavipuram and Hanumathanagar — Sri Guddada Anjaneya, Sri Gavigangadeshwara and Sri Hariftareshwara Devasthana.

*(On March 19) Fort area: Sri Prasanna Venkataramanaswamy Devasthana.
The event is supported by Muzrai Board of Karnataka, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike and the Department of Kannada and Culture.

For details, call 9731207477.

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