If Karnatic concerts today are rich in its content, it is mainly because of the beautiful compositions of the Trinity namely, Thyagaraja, Dikshitar and Shyama Sastri who have made a monumental contribution. Many scales came alive as ragas through their beautiful compositions. They also offer a variety fare in terms of raga, tala, kalapramana, eduppu, structure etc and through a comparative study, these aspects were explained by Dr.Radha Bhaskar in her presentation “Trimurthy Vaibhavam” organized by the Visaka Cultural academy, Visakapatnam. The programme was presided by maestro Nedunuri Krishnamurthy who blessed Dr.Radha and appreciated her efforts.
Mudhra, as the name signifies, aims at creating a lasting impression on the society through its creative and artistic approach towards fine arts. Mudhra is not merely a sabha, it is a cultural movement. Mudhra was inaugurated as a full fledged sabha on 12th June 1995. Since then, Mudhra has introduced a number of novel concepts in Karnatic music.