Chennai:
Svanubhava 2014 brought together many art forms on one platform -- at the Rukmini Arangham, Kalakshetra, Tiruvanmiyur, Chennai, from August 6 to 8, 2014.
 
The fest was aimed at taking the arts to the student community at large, where they can not only be part of an artistic experience but also interact with performers and practitioners. It also hoped to create a future generation that will contribute to and value our artistic heritage. In short, it is run by students for students.
 
Following were the events held this year:
 
August 6, 9.30 a.m.: Laya Advaitam (Sukanya Ramgopal and party); 10.30 a.m.: Ustad Mohi Baha’uddin Dagar (Hindustani rudra veena); 12.45 p.m.: ‘Parikshai, a Tamil play by Dummies Drama; 2 p.m.: Sujata Mohapatra (Odissi).
 
August 7, 9.30 a.m.: Anil Srinivasan (piano); 11 a.m.: Kalyanapuram Aravamudachariar (harikatha); 1 p.m.: Sumathi Rammohan Rao (mridangam solo); 1.45 p.m.: ‘Cosmic Dance Of Siva’ – Samudra (contemporary dance).
 
August 8, 9.30 a.m.: Pantula Rama (Carnatic vocal); 11 a.m.: Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman (mridangam solo); 12.45 p.m.: Prahlad Singh Tipanya (Malwi folk music); 2 p.m.: Chitrasena Dance Company from Sri Lanka presents ‘Nritta Tharanga.’
 
For details, call 98843 78787 or email: svanubhava@gmail.com