Arul Adal brings to life via dance the golden words of Saint Ramalinga Swamigal's (also known as Vallalaar) Magnum Opus Thiruvarutpa.
Utchi Thilagam is the story of a devotee named Subramaniyam, popularly known as Abhirami Bhattar, who lived in Thirukkadaiyur.
Through dance, the production captures the lyrical beauty of the compositions of Sri Tallapaka Annamacharya.
The production is based on divine unity which features the truth that Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu are indeed one and the same.
Aindhamudhu, a small speck in a mighty ocean is a tribute to five great Tamil epics - Aimperum Kaappiyam.
Krsna Madhurym is a very rich and meaningful ancient theme that's presented in a modern way by incorporating multimedia and animation
The production as an amalgamation of music and dance in praise of both Shiva and Parvathi. In today’s way of life.
Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavatar, shortly called Muthiah Bhagavatar was a famous Carnatic musician and composer of 20th century who gave new dimensions to Carnatic music.
Parvathi’s latest production which is, multilingual and multi-music-directorial
Ramanuja, also called Ramanujacharya, or Ilaiya Perumal, South Indian Brahman theologian and philosopher, the single most influential thinker of devotional Hinduism.
This production is a tribute to the determination of 5 historical/mythical women Sita, Andal, Avvaiyaar, Manimekhalai and Channamma.
Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi was born on 11 December 1882 in Ettiyapuram in Tamil Nadu. Bharathi died on 11 September 1921.