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Olson Zaharia Funeral Homes

301 West Main Street
Ceylon, MN 56121
(507) 238-4375
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Madras Week: Happy Birthday! - The Hindu - The Hindu

Monday, August 22, 2016

Madras that started a regular broadcasting service from April 1, 1930, which not only benefitted residents of Madras but also those in places as far off as as Chittoor, Vizianagaram and even Ceylon.1943Tamil Isai movement beginsIn an effort to encourage and propagate Tamil songs, Raja Sir Annamalai Chettiar founded the Tamil Isai Sangam on 19th June 1943. The name was given by C. Rajagopalachari. In December 1943, the Sangam held its own music conference, in parallel to those of the Music Academy and the Indian Fine Arts Society. Artistes such as M.S. Subbulakshmi, M.K. Thyagaraja Bhagavatar, K.B. Sundarambal, G.N. Balasubramaniam and Madurai Mani Iyer sang for the Sangam. This caused much resentment at the older sabhas, but with time, attitudes softened on both sides and each came to respect the sentiments of the other.The works of Subramania Bharati began to be frequently sung in concerts. The Tamil Isai Sangam built a handsome edifice for itself in the Esplanade area of Madras in the 1950s. The auditorium remains a popular venue for fine arts performances even today and each year in December, it hosts the Tamil Isai Sangam’s music festival.

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Madras Week: Happy Birthday! - The Hindu - The Hindu

Monday, August 22, 2016

Madras that started a regular broadcasting service from April 1, 1930, which not only benefitted residents of Madras but also those in places as far off as as Chittoor, Vizianagaram and even Ceylon.1943Tamil Isai movement beginsIn an effort to encourage and propagate Tamil songs, Raja Sir Annamalai Chettiar founded the Tamil Isai Sangam on 19th June 1943. The name was given by C. Rajagopalachari. In December 1943, the Sangam held its own music conference, in parallel to those of the Music Academy and the Indian Fine Arts Society. Artistes such as M.S. Subbulakshmi, M.K. Thyagaraja Bhagavatar, K.B. Sundarambal, G.N. Balasubramaniam and Madurai Mani Iyer sang for the Sangam. This caused much resentment at the older sabhas, but with time, attitudes softened on both sides and each came to respect the sentiments of the other.The works of Subramania Bharati began to be frequently sung in concerts. The Tamil Isai Sangam built a handsome edifice for itself in the Esplanade area of Madras in the 1950s. The auditorium remains a popular venue for fine arts performances even today and each year in December, it hosts the Tamil Isai Sangam’s music festival.