In connection with the Children’s Day celebrations at Bhavans, Eroor, a group of children from Peruvanam Village led by Master Anand presented a thayambaka recital. The programme, conducted as part of the ongoing heritage art festival in the build-up to the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, was curated by Keli Ramachandran.

The programme also witnessed Biennale trustee and former secretary to Jawaharlal Nehru K. Subhas Chandran interact with students on the life and times of India’s first prime minister. Panchari Melam, Pandi Melam and a chakyarkoothu recital also formed part of the day’s festivities.