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Krishnanattam- Glances across the screen An analysis of the Divine Dance Drama under the Rubric of Cultural Economics

Authore(s) : Prof.K X Joseph || Department of EconomicsUniversity of CalicutDr John Mathai CentreAranattukaraThrissur.

Volume : (3), Issue : 211, January - 2019

Abstract : Kerala has a composite and cosmopolitan culture which was the contribution of several people and races. When we analyse the cultural history of Kerala we can see the importance of temple art forms. These art forms cater the entertainment of upper castes, mainly Brahmins and Kshatriyas. Kuthu , Krishnanattam, Kathakali and Koodiyattam were the products of this culture. This cultural phenomenon reflects the style of life of the people and it also affects the ‘economic culture’ of the people of Kerala.

Keywords :Krishnanattam- Glances across ,the screen An analysis, of the Divine Dance, Drama under ,the Rubric ,of Cultural Economics.

Article: Download PDF Journal DOI : 2017/2364

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The Divine Dance Drama under the Rubric of Cultural Economics

Vol.I (3), Issue.I 211


Article No : 10017


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References :
K R Vaidyanathan, Temples and Legents of Kerala, The South India Saiva Siddhantha Works Publishing Society of Madras, 1973. |  Pilgrim Guide to Guruvayoor, Published by Guruvayoor Temple. | George Michel, The Hindu Temples and Forms, Oxford University Press, 1969. | Krishnanattam Published by Guruvayoor Devaswam | ACG Raja, Krishnanattam. |  Richard L.Brinkman Cultural Economics, 1978.
  1. K R Vaidyanathan, Temples and Legents of Kerala, The South India Saiva Siddhantha Works Publishing Society of Madras, 1973. |
  2.  Pilgrim Guide to Guruvayoor, Published by Guruvayoor Temple. |
  3. George Michel, The Hindu Temples and Forms, Oxford University Press, 1969. |
  4. Krishnanattam Published by Guruvayoor Devaswam |
  5. ACG Raja, Krishnanattam. |
  6.  Richard L.Brinkman Cultural Economics, 1978.
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