Sunday, 17 February, 2008

Magic sooths like a poetry: O.N.V. Kurup

Poet, O.N.V. Kurup lighting a traditional lamp, inaugurating the Vazhakunnam Day. He is flanked by (from left) son of Vazhakunnam, K.C. Thulasidasa Raja, Magic Academy Executive Director, Gopinath Muthukad and senior disciple of Vazhakunnam, Cheerakuzhi Unnikrishnan.

Thiruvananthapuram: Magic show, pure and powerful, generates the same soothing effect like a lovely poem, says poet and patron of Magic Academy, O.N.V. Kurup. He said this while addressing 150 magicians gathered to commemorate the 25th death anniversary of Vazhakunnam Neelakantan Namboodiri, the magic guru of Keralites.

Magic to be pure, the magician should not claim that the wonders were products of any supernatural ability. It impures the art of magic. Magic Academy, through its variegated projects has been re-establishing the huge power of magic as a medium for communicating virtuous messages in the society, he said.

Earlier Mr. Kurup along with veteran magician Cheerakuzhi Unnikrishnan and son of Vazhakunnam, K.C. Thulasidasa Raja lit a traditional lamp to begin the commemorative functions. Executive Director of Magic Academy, Gopinath Muthukad was also present.

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