by T. M. Krishna (90 mins)
A Sree Narayana Mandira Samiti Presentation
Narayana Guru (1855-1928) was a mystic and an exceptional poet, who wrote in Malayalam, Sanskrit and Tamil. His language and epiphanies did not follow the conventions of the literature of his time. Guru was revered, of course, and his compositions – devotional, mystical, and always musical – were treated as part of a sacred canon. Lost in the process was an extraordinary universe of poetry, rich in meaning and music that, in fact, informed and invigorated all of Guru’s public acts. Guru’s poetry contains the seed of his immense self that had transcended its moment and embraced a seamless Time. T. M. Krishna sings Guru, a musical voyage in search of the word in the sound and the sound in the word.
Conceived and curated by Nool Archives
Supported by Backwaters Collective and Uru Art Harbour
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