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Women artists join forces for a cause

Ms. Bombay Jayashri Ramnath, Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan and Dr. Anita Ratnam. When the three of them join hands, the result is music, theatre and dance.

March is a dreaded month for students and accountants. But we are looking to break that logjam through Ananda, a fundraiser series ideated and presented by AIM for Seva. In short, the Ananda programmes embody the collective bliss that emerges when we come together in the spirit of Seva.

March 7: Chintaye Guruvaram: Ms. Bombay Jayashri: The renowned musician presents her tribute to her Gurus in the form of a novel musical format. With a unique curation of songs in a never-seen-before presentation, this performance brings to fore the sublime bliss that we experience when grace is showered upon us. This is the first concert of its kind by Ms. Bombay Jayashri Ramnath – don’t miss it!

March 8: Kurukshetra: When Things Fall Apart: A theatre performance directed by Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan: What happens when things fall apart in a family? Watch Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan’s powerful play on family dynamics that poses deep questions and presents profound answers through three characters from the Mahabharata.

March 9: A Million Sitas: Dr. Anita Ratnam: The acclaimed dancer takes us on a journey through the Ramayana – as seen through the eyes of key female characters in the epic, of which the most enigmatic is Sita herself. When Sita reveals the many avatars through her journey, we appreciate just how well she has balanced the demands of circumstances and yet remained true to her core. This dance theatre performance is being staged in Chennai for the first time – don’t miss it!

A MIllion Sitas is the final event of the 3-day Ananda 2019 programme.

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