A temple museum for the maestro

For the temple authorities at Makreri Subramanya Temple near Kannur, the news of Dakshinamoorthy’s death came as a shock.

“It is a relation that started almost 13 years ago,” said N V Hemanthkumar, the secretary of the temple and convener of the annual Thyagaraja akhanda sangeetha yagnam in the temple initiated by Dakshinamoorthy.

“He felt the presence of Lord Anjaneya here, thus deciding to build a Saraswati Mandapam,” said Hemanth over phone, who was on way his way to attend the funeral of Dakshinamoorthy in Chennai.

Full report here Times of India


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