P Rajagopal

P.Rajagopal and his wife Hanne M. de Bruin, started the Kattaikuttu Sangam in 1990 in Kancheepuram, a union that fights for better socio-economic conditions for its players. A well-known Kattaikuttu actor himself, he set up the Kattaikkuttu Youth Theatre School and is its principal teacher and artistic director. He also writes and directs plays and conducts workshops. He wrote Aiyappan and the Magic Horse with Hanne and Evelien Pullens. The play, Maya Kudirai (The Magic Horse), has been translated from Tamil into English by Hanne and published by Tulika.

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    The script of this contemporary play in traditional style is presented in this book, and includes stage directions so that others can perform it in their own ways. The rich photographs of the children at play and at school and the engaging design of the book capture the colours, look and feel of a live Kuttu performance.

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    Springing up in the Brahmagiri Mountains of Karnataka and joining the sea in Tamil Nadu, the Kaveri – or Ponni, the ‘golden’ giver of prosperity – was born to be shared by both these lands. That’s what most legends and stories say about her, that a river belongs to all who live by her.