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- ramanattam (malayalam: രാമനാട്ടം, iast: rāmanāṭṭaṃ) is a temple art in kerala, india. the dance drama presents the story of rama in a series of eight plays
- of kathakali, a well known dance drama which originated initially as ramanattam created in the 17th century by prince kottarakkara thampuran and later
- believed to be a cycle of eight ramayana stories (collectively known as ramanattam), composed by kottarakkara tampuran and about whose date there is an ongoing
- compositions to complete the transition of kathakali from its earlier form ramanattam developed by kottarakkara thampuran. many dedicated artists like chathu
- another art form called ramanattam which was later transformed into aattakatha. krishnanaattam was written in sanskrit, and ramanattam was in malayalam. by
- called ramanattam, which as the name suggests was based on the story of lord rama, the 7th incarnation of lord vishnu. with some changes in ramanattam, kathakali
- 17th century, developing from the temple-art plays krishnanattam and ramanattam. urdu drama evolved from the prevailing dramatic traditions of
- 14th century kollam. the dance form of kathakali in its new version of ramanattam was the creation of kottarakkara thampuran, who also improved krishnanattam