Sarada Nambi Arooran is quite a talker. And she has devoted listeners who can swear by her skills of evocative recounting, and depiction of mythological and historical legends. If a lady can be felicitated with multiple awards of the class of Thirumurai Selvi, Muththamizh Viththagi, Tamil Semmal and Kalaimamani, just for her felicity with words, she must be pretty darn good. Sad, you have to be a Tamilian to really find out.
Sarada Nambi Arooran has dedicated 35 years to the cause of Tamil religious and musical discourses. Speaking over TV, radio, and thousands of platforms in India and abroad, Arooran has done yeoman service in the spread of religion and Bhakthi. Her stint with the BBC made her a recognised voice across the Oxford and Cambridge campuses, as well as at the Paris Tamil Sangam.
Arooran has systematically learnt the Thirumurai like Devaram and Thiruvasagam. Her formal training in music has helped her with her discourses by making them more aurally appealing and impressive.
On the 6th of April, Arooran will give a discursive exposition on Lord Rama. The lecture, entitled Nadayil Nindruyur Nayagan, falls on the auspicious occasion of Rama Navami. The program starts at 6:30pm at the Keyes High School.
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