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Tamil Nadu BJP Chief K Annamalai extends support to Carnatic Musicians opposing ‘Sangita Kalanidhi’ award to T M Krishna

“Tamil Nadu BJP Chief K Annamalai extends support to Carnatic Musicians opposing ‘Sangita Kalanidhi’ award to T M Krishna”, Swarajyamag, March 22, 2024:

“Tamil Nadu BJP chief K Annamalai on Friday (22 March) came out in support of the renowned Carnatic musicians who are opposing the Madras Music Academy’s decision to grant ‘Sangita Kalanidhi’ award to T M Krishna.

“The Music Academy, revered as the Temple of Carnatic Music and spiritual consciousness for more than nine decades, is under the threat of disintegration by divisive forces detrimental to the sanctity of the organisation,” Annamalai said in a post on X.

He added that the Tamil Nadu BJP stands in solidarity with all the eminent artists of the Music Academy who “have collectively raised their voices against the inimical approach of the present authority of the academy……”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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