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Naadhabrahmam United Gyan Academi (NUGA) is a registered public charitable trust, created with the objective to promote, preserve and nurture the traditional Indian Music, Education, Art, Culture and Yoga. Naadhabrahmam has been organizing several events and festivals for the past 18 years all over India and abroad.

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Naadhabrahmam United Gyan Academi (NUGA) is a registered public charitable trust, created with the objective to promote, preserve and nurture the traditional Indian Music, Education, Art, Culture and Yoga. Naadhabrahmam has been organizing several events and festivals for the past 18 years all over India and abroad.

To introduce myself, I am N. Subramanian, founder of Naadhabrahmam. I am alsoan ‘A - Grade’ Mridangam Artist of the All India Radio and descendant of Shri Papanasam Sivan, eminent musician and composer.

During the 60 th Year celebration of the Indian Parliament in May 2012, Naadhabrahmam was privileged to participate in a classical concert which was held at the Central Hall of Indian Parliament witnessed by the Hon’ble President, Vice - President, Prime Minister, Speaker of the Lok Sabha Speaker, parliamentarians of both Houses and other distinguished dignitaries.

Under the auspices of Indra Dhanush, a classical vocal music concert was performed on 22.03.2014 by Late Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna accompanied by me on the Mridangam at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan in the august presence of Former President of India, Hon’ble Shri Pranab Mukherjee.

During the last international tour of Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna at Dacca, Bangladesh on the 28 th of November 2015, I had the honour of accompanying him on the mridangam.

Recently, NUGA has released a special postal cover in the memory of Vidwan Madurai Sri. Somu commemorating his birth centenary celebrations, the first of its kind this year (2020) in Tamil Nadu.

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Sri Sankaracharyam Smarami

Dr. Lalita Ramakrishna

Sri Sankaracharya has impacted philosophy and spiritual thought and is revered as a universal teacher

Ganapati, also known as Ganesha, Gajanana, Gananatha, Vinayaka and Pillaiyar, is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon. His image is found throughout India. All Hindu sects, be it Shaivas, Vaishnavas or Shaktas, worship him regardless of other affiliations. Devotion to Ganapati is widely diffused and extends to Jains, Buddhists, and beyond India. Ganapati is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles (Vighnesha, Vighneshvara, Vighnaraja) and more generally as Lord of Beginnings and as the patron of arts and sciences. The principal scriptures dedicated to Ganesha are the Ganesha Purana, the Mudgala Purana and the Ganapati Atharvashirsa.

We find references to Ganapati twice in the Rigveda.
Gananam twa ganapatim havamahe...
ni shu seeda ganapate...

But, these references do not tell us about the Ganapati we know. He is neither the son of Lord Shiva, nor the Ganesha born out of the grime of Godess Parvati's body, nor the Ganesha with an elephant-head. Vedas describe him as the Lord of all the Jeeva Ganas(the living entities) and of the Indriya Ganas(the sense organs). While Shaivas consider Shiva as the sole almighty and Shaktas worship Godess Parvati as the ultimate deity, a sect of devotees called the Ganapatyas identify Ganapati as the supreme godhead. In reality, these are three different facets of the same divine principle. Shiva is the supreme lord, who is the abode of absolute knowledge (Gnana), bliss (Ananda) and holiness (Mangala Swaroopa). His consort, Parvati or Shakti is nothing but the expansion of his own infinite power. The same divine power creates this universe and, as the master (Niyamaka) of jeevaganas and indriyaganas, manifests as Ganapati.

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Naadhabrahmam United Gyan Academi (NUGA) is a registered public charitable trust, created with the objective to promote, preserve and nurture the traditional Indian Music, Education, Art, Culture and Yoga. Naadhabrahmam has been organizing several events and festivals for the past 18 years all over India and abroad.

26th Kerala science Congress, Pookade, Wayanad

Shri B.Ashok, vice Chancellor - KVASU,addressed the gathering and presented mementos to the artistes in the presence of Shri V.N Rajasekharan Pillai, Executive Vice-President - KSCSTE and DR.Sujit Kumar (Architect).

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R.K.Padmanabha’s concert

R.K.Padmanabha’s concert had a pleasing line-up with kritis of Muthuswami Dikshitar taking predominance.

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21.02.2020

Bharathabattyam Dancer Dr. Saroja Vaidyanathan was conferred with the title "Nrithya Kovidha" by the Naadhabrahmam United Gyan Academi here.

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