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Kalaimamani

Kalaimamani
Awarded for Best in the arts
Country India
Presented by Tamil Nadu Eyal Isai Nataka Manram
First awarded 1954

The Kalaimamani is an award in Tamil Nadu state, India. These awards are given by the Tamil Nadu Iyal Isai Nataka Mandram (literature, music and theatre) for excellence in the field of art and literature.

The Tamil Nadu government has appointed dancer Chitra Visweswaran as the secretary of Tamil Nadu Iyal Isai Nataka Manram. Film music director Deva is its chairman.[1]

Contents

  • Awardees by year 1
    • 1991 1.1
    • 1994 1.2
    • 1997 1.3
    • 1998 1.4
    • 1999 1.5
    • 2000 1.6
    • 2001 1.7
    • 2002 1.8
    • 2003 1.9
    • 2004 1.10
    • 2005 1.11
    • 2006 1.12
    • 2009 1.13
    • 2010 1.14
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Awardees by year

1991

Film Personalities: Sukumari

1994

Music: Swarnalatha

1997

Music:K. S. Chithra, Jayachandran

1998

Film Personalities:Palani bharathi, Prashanth Thiagarajan, Meena, Vijay, Napoleon, Thangar Bachan , Anton

1999

Film Personalities:Simran
Bharatanatyam:Parvathi Ravi Ghantasala

2000

Music: Nithyasree Mahadevan

2001

Music : Vairamangalam Lakshmi Narayanan, Manakkal S. Rangarajan, M. A. Sundareswaran, Madurai T. Srinivasan, T. M. Krishnamurthy, R. Kalyanaraman, Rajalakshmi Narayanan, Seetha Doraiswamy, Adyar S. Jayaraman, Thirunageswaram T. R. Govindarajan, Valayapatti S. Malarvannan, P. V. N. Nadhamani, K. Somu, Karandhai G. Damodaran, Rathinasabapathy Desikar.

2002

Music: P. S. Narayanaswamy, Meera Sivaramakrishnan, Ramani, Vaikkom R. Gopalakrishnan, S. Venkataraman, T. S. Vasudeva Rao, A. C. Jayaraman, S. Kasim, Kovai Natarajan, S. Sundar.

2003

Music: Sulochana Pattabhiraman, Nagai R. Muralidharan, S. Ravindaran, Mannargudi A. Eswaran, R. Raman, H. Ramakrishnan, Mannargudi M. S. K. Sankaranarayanan, Denkanikotta Mani, Purisai Arunagiri.
Dance::Film Personalities:Simran[2][3]

2004

Iyal (Literature): 4 artists and Tamil scholars
Musicians: 26
Bharatanatyam exponents: 10
Stage artists: 4, including Crazy Mohan
Film Personalities: 10, including Vikram, Sneha, C.R. Saraswathi and P. Vasu
Singers: 5 Ballad and 4 singers[4]

2005

Bharatanatyam exponent Leela Samson, stage artist Bombay Gnanam, film personalities Surya Sivakumar, Jyothika, Vadivelu, Eyal - G. Gnanasambandam , STR, Hariharan and Anuradha Sriram.[4][5]

2006

This year there were a few film personalities awarded with Kalaimamani and out of those was Navya Nair and Jawahar Harshini

2009

2010

26 artistes got Kalaimamani awards for year 2010. They include actors Nayantara, Tamannah,Mrs.Sujatha Peer Mohamed (Barathanatiyam Dancer) Anushka and Arya, Carnatic vocalist Gayathri Girish, Nadhaswara vidwan Thirukkadaiyur T.S.Muralitharan, Veena players Rajhesh Vaidhya and S.Srinivasan, dramatist Prasanna Ramaswamy, spiritual orators Mangaiyarkkarasi and S Sathyaseelan, and Tamil scholar Tamizhannal and Dindigul I. Leoni.


References

  1. ^ http://www.tn.gov.in/tneinm/ebm.htm}
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