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Guided Tour of the Sabha
Exhibitions
     on First & Ground Floor
Past Events
What They Say
In the News
Sabha Anthem
Medical Centre - Short Film
 
VAGGEYAKARA CELEBRATION
Saturday, 18th July 2015, 6.30 pm
HARI VITTHALA
Monday, 27th July 2015, 7 pm
Manohara Murlidhara
Sunday, 10th May, 2015

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International Women's Day
Sunday, 8th March 2015
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Monday, 23rd March, 2015
Shanmukhananda Medical Centre
Ruby Jubilee Function
& Conferment of
Ruby Jubilee Healthcare Awards
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SHANMUKHA
A Cultural Journal




January - March 2015
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Sri Shanmukhananda Bharatiya Sangeetha Vidyalaya
re-located to Shanmukhananda Sabha Complex
with effect from 15th June 2013

From the lilting melodies of a vocal concert and the sweet strains of a veena recital to the graceful movements of a Bharatanatyam dancer, from the joyful gathering of parents of a local school to a large and important political convention, from the august performance of an internationally acclaimed orchestra to the annual meeting of a business house, Sri Shanmukhananda Chandrasekarendra Saraswathi Auditorium has been a silent witness to all, over the years.

Today, the auditorium is more than an edifice; it is part of living history, a monument to cultural synthesis, one singular object that in its multi-faceted dimensions and secular nature, epitomizes the city it stands proud in and in a larger sense, the nation.
The Shanmukhananda Sabha is a living tradition.
A Tradition of Excellence.


 
Shanmukhananda's Journey
through 6 decades
Documentary Film - click here for video
Photo Exhibition
on the First Floor Foyer
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Kanchi Mahaswami Festival
VAGGEYAKARA-CELEBRATION_18th_July

 

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