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CPM meet: Kavyavilambara Yathra begins

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The “Kavyavilambara Yathra” being conducted ahead of the 20th state conference of the CPM will begin on Sunday. The Ganamanjari and Nadanpattu campaign tour will begin on M

Published: 22nd January 2012 05:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:19 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The “Kavyavilambara Yathra” being conducted ahead of the 20th state conference of the CPM will begin on Sunday. The Ganamanjari and Nadanpattu campaign tour will begin on Monday. It will be held up to January 30 at various centres.  The Yathra will be inaugurated at Thirumala here at 5 p.m. The rally to be taken out in Pallichal, Balaramapuram and Neyyattinkara areas will have the participation of Neelamperoor Madhusoodhanan Nair, Vinod Vyshakhi, N P Chnadrasekharan, Pavithran Theekkuni, Babu Pakkanar, M A Siddiq, Karyavattom Sreekandan Nair, G S Jayachandran, Santha Thulasidharan, Thirumala Sivankutty and Sumesh Krishnan.

 The tour will cover Malayinkeezhu, Kattakkada, Thirumala areas on  January 24. Ezhacherry Ramachandran, Ravunni, Pavithran Theekkuni, Engandiyur Chandrasekharan Nair, Babu Pakkanar, will participate.

 On January 25, Karivalloor Murali and Murukan Kattakkada will lead the tour at Kovalam, Thiruvallam, Venganoor and Vizhinjam areas. Girish Puliyoor and C S Jayachandran will lead the campaign tour on January 26 at Vanchiyoor, Kaithamukku and Chakka.

 On January 30, noted poets D Vinayachandran, Kureepuzha Sreekumar and others will lead the at Vazhottukonam, Nettayam and Peroorkada.  On Jan 23, the folk music team will start its tour from Peroorkada.  They will present Nadanpattu at Neudmangad, Vithura, Kilimanoor, Attingal, Vanchiyoor, Nemom, Parassala, Kattakkada and Palayam areas and will culminate at Chala on Jan 30. Two teams led by Suresh Poovachal and Amachal Ravi are leading the programme.



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