Pandi melam

 

Pandi: Clearly perceptible, widely acclaimed, The pandimelam is distinct from other Chenda melangal. The fundamental change is the use of stick in both hands. Pandi is like climbing a stair case. No. Of Steps + Landing again No. Of Steps + Landing and finally at the top of the tower.

During the course of time it will cover up the kalams, not strictly time – bound. The beauty of Pandy is its “Kalasams”.¬† which shows the nobility and buy essays depth of the Pandi. The speed and no of beats are directly proportional. 100 and odd Chendas in Nerkol complemented by another 50 and odd instruments. The grand finale of “PANDYMELAM” – is a thrilling experience. There are 4 stages in pandi melam 1, adachu nila 2, thuranna nila 3, edanila 4, dhrutha nila..when the dhrutha nila ends a part pandi called thripuda starts it is of 7 aksharakaalam.

Some maestros in the field

during the past few years leading maestros include Peruvanam Narayana marar, Thrippekkulam Govinda marar, Peruvanam Appumarar, Thrippekulam Achuthamarar, Pallavoor Appumarar, Chakkumkulam Appumarar, Pervanam Kuttanmarar, Mattannur Sankarankutty essay for you marar, Peruvanam Satheesan Marar, Cherussery Pandarthil Kuttan Marar cheraneloor sankarankutty marar, chendamangalam unni krishna marar thiruvegappurra rama poduval, pallavur maniyan marar, pallavur koonjukuttan, kakanad krishnan nair, peruvanam narayana marar, kumarapurath appu marar etc

Mostly celebrated  Melam is staged inside a temple compound at the Vadakkunnathan temple of Thrissur. For the last several years, Peruvanam Kuttan Marar is the lead conductor for the Elanjithara Melam.

 

 

 

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