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Lord of Dance (Atoms, Arts and Abode)

Lord of Dance (Atoms, Arts and Abode)
Item Code: NAW495
Author: Chandrika Subramaniyan
Publisher: Thirupeedam Pathippagam, Malaysia
Language: English
Edition: 2016
Pages: 144 (Throughout Color and B/W Illustrations)
Other Details: 8.50 X 5.50 inch
weight of the book: 0.19 kg
About the Book

"Lord of Dance" book, formally released by His Holiness Balayogi Swamigal at the Third International Muruga Bhakthi Conference in Durban, South Africa.

About the Author

Dr Chandrika Subramaniyan, a practicing lawyer in Sydney, is a mass media scholar with extensive academic and professional experience in Law and Journalism. She obtained her qualifications in Communication and Journalism from the University of Madras. In 1997, she migrated to Australia and obtained LLB, LLM and Diploma in Legal Practice, Management and Leadership from Australia, including Director qualifications. Since 2006, she is practicing as a lawyer in the Supreme Court of NSW and in High Court in Australia.

As a multifaceted personality, Dr. Chandrika is actively involved with multi-cultural communities in Sydney and received 'Woman of the West 2012' by the University of Western Sydney commending her services. She has been a journalist in India, Sri Lanka and Australia and wrote 16 books on variety of topics from Media to Law. Having worked for Virakesai, Dinamalar and other media in India and Sri Lanka, she was the editor of Tamil Australian.

Dr Chandrika has been a regular contributor to the radio programs conducted many workshops on media, law and leadership in India, Sri Lanka and Australia. Her knowledge in religion, philosophy, communication, journalism, law and arbitration with presentation skill makes her a resourceful person in the Tamil community in Australia.

Dr Chandrikas's passion for Saivaism was instrumental in writing songs for Lord Muruga, with some of the well appreciated raagas in karnatic music. In addition, her research on the Chidambaram Temple, the most import-ant temple to the Saivites was published as a book "Thillai Ennum Thiruthalam - A Sacred place called Thillai" in 2015 was released in Thillai, Sydney, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. English version of this well researched book will be a useful addition for the benefit of the non Tamil speaking Saivites and others.

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