Judging the Judges: Avataranap_rakaram
Nottam, The Voiding Soul, Ivan Megharoopan, Nangiarkoothu: Kamsa Vadham, Raamanam
Shaji N Karun, P Balachandran, Rajeev Ravi
1965 (age 50)
1 December 2015 (aged 50), Thiruvananthapuram
Nangiar koothu full length movie margi sathi
Margi Sathi (official name P. S. Sathi Devi) (1965 - 2015) was an exponent of Nangiǎr Kūthu which is a form of performing art derived from Koodiyattam and which is traditionally performed by the female members of the Chakkyar community of Kerala. She was also an accomplished expert in enacting the female characters in Koodiyattam. She has performed extensively within India and abroad. A notable performance was at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris in October 2001 as part of a programme to mark UNESCO's proclamation of Kutiyattam as a "masterpiece of oral and intangible heritage of humanity". Sathi had written the attaprakaram (performance manuals) for several Nangiǎr Kūthu performance. The attaprakaram for Sreeramacharitham (the story of Rama from Sita’s point of view) has been published as a book in 1999. She has also appeared in a few Malayalam movies.
- Nangiar koothu full length movie margi sathi
- Margi sathi on record jan 22 part 1
- List of movies in which Sathi acted
- Books authored by Sathi
Margi Sathi was born in 1965 at Cheruthuruthy in Thrissur as the daughter of Puthillathu Subramanyan Embranthiri and Parvathy Andarjanam. She started learning Koodiyattom at Kerala Kalamandalam and under Painkulam Rama Chakyar. After her marriage with late idakka maestro N Subramanian Potti, she moved to Thiruvananthapuram and joined the Margi dance institute in 1988. It was her association with the dance institute that gave the epithet Margi in her name. Margi is an organization dedicated to the revival of Kathakali and Koodiyattam, two classical art forms of Kerala. Her husband died of electrocution while she was shooting for the Koodiyattam based movie Nottam, on 30 June 2005. After her husband's death Sathi moved to Kalamandalam as a teacher in Koodiyattam based on a first-of-its kind order by Kerala State Government. She died at the Regional cancer Center in Thiruvananthapuram on 1st December, 2015. She was going on her battle with cancer for a long time, and was admitted to RCC a week before her death, after her condition worsened. She leaves behind two children, Revathi, a teacher and a Koodiyattom artist, and Devanarayanan, an edakka artist and BA second year Sanskrit student at Pattambi Sanskrit College.
Margi sathi on record jan 22 part 1
List of movies in which Sathi acted
Books authored by Sathi
Margi Sathi's contributions to the world of performing arts have been widely recognised and she had earned several awards in appreciation of her work.