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"Mugaari" is a shortfilm based on real life story of Chinnamanur J. Krishna Kumar which was produced by M.G.R. Government Film and Television Training Institute, formerly known as the Adyar Film Institute, is Asia's first ever film and television training institute. It is one of the three major institutes in India. The other two are Film and TV Institute of India, Pune, and Sathyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, Kolkata. This Institute is run by the Government of Tamil Nadu and is functioning under the administrative control of the Director of Information and Public Relations.

Short Film - Mugaari

Screenplay & Direction - Suvikumar
Story & Dialogue - B.J.Sridharan
Cast - Chinnamanur J.Krishna Kumar, M.Boopalan, B.Lalitha & Shanmuga Sundaram
Music - Sathish
Editing - Arul
Sound Engineer - Arunachalam
Camera - N.Mohan

Bharathanatyam Recital by

Chinnamanur J.Krishna Kumar about the history of Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Temple

Chinnamanur is a town and a municipality in Theni district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. According to mythology, this town has been in existence since the King of Madurai, Rajasimeshwaran, arrived here. It is believed that the temple was constructed at a site where the milkman of the king found a root. The king was informed about the place and he built a temple and named it as Thiru Poolanandeshwarar Sivakami Amman Temple. A Shiva Lingam is enshrined in this temple.

Thirunagai Natyanjali Festival - Maha Sivarathri Celebrations - 2017 at Nagapattinam, Tamilnadu. Bharathanatyam Recital by

Chinnamanur J.Krishna Kumar

Thirunagai Natyanjali Festival - Maha Sivarathri Celebrations - 2018 at Nagapattinam, Tamilnadu. Bharathanatyam Recital by

Chinnamanur J.Krishna Kumar

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