Telugu film star and Jana Sena Party President Pawan Kalyan gave over a check of Rs 2 lakh on Sunday to Telangana people artiste Darsanam Mogulaiah, who features on the title track of the ‘Power Star’s under-production movie, ‘Bheemla Nayak’.
The ‘Bheemla Nayak’ title melody was dispatched on September 2 to match with Pawan Kalyan’s 50th birthday celebration. The activity spine chiller film is the authority Telugu change of the Malayalam hit, ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’.Pawan Kalyan additionally regarded Dasari Ranga, a Telangana society culture researcher, and gave over a check of Rs 50,000 to him.
On Saturday, the entertainer and mass pioneer had said monetary help would be given through the Pawan Kalyan Learning Center for Human Excellence to the people artist entertainer who has taken the Telugu film music scene by storm with the crude splendor of his voice and the entrancing strains of the Kinnera in the title track.
A Jana Sena Party media discharge said Pawan Kalyan was quick to present different conventional expressions, particularly the society fine arts that are nearly eliminated, to youngsters.
The Kinnera is a stringed instrument, much like the Veena, which has 12 ‘steps’ mounted with strings that can produce tones of varying frequency. It is interesting to see the physicality of the instrument itself. The stem is made from hollowed bamboo, the body is made from a dried gourd, and the human hair or animal nerves are used to make scales. Scales of pangolin are used to make frets for the instruments, and honey wax is used as an adhesive to hold the structure together. Around half a century ago, the Kinnera faded from the Chenchu context. This occurred because the gourd used to make it died out as well. Natives used the instrument to create music about Panduga Sayanna, a Telangana fighter, and records about this practice produced information regarding the disappearance of the instrument.
Darshanam Mogilaiah is literally the only remaining individual in the 21st century who is capable of playing the 12 steps Kinnera. Hailing from the village of Mahabhubnagar in Telangana, Mogilaiah belongs to the Dakkali tribe.