Source: The Hindu; Photo Courtesy: Ram Iyer

The three-day pallavi singing event is intended to make the art of pallavi singing and its inherent challenges familiar to the audience and to encourage creativity in this musical form. Pallavi Darbar, a unique festival dedicated to the art of Ragam-Tanam-Pallavisinging, is all set to take place between August 3 and 5 at the Mylapore Fine Arts Club auditorium. The festival will feature a mix of popular and young artistes ranging from Bangalore T. S. Satyavati, Sangeetha Sivakumar, Abhishek Raghuram, Palghat Sriram to Bharat Sundar, Ramakrishnan Murthy and Vishnudev Namboodiri.

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Singers Bharat Sundar and Ramakrishnan Murthy will participae in this year's Pallavi Darbar organised by Carnatica. Photo: Ram Iyer