Chetinaad players (Vaalivadam, Karna, Ravana, Beeshma, Kurushetra, Raghuvamsam, Krishna, Sundarakandam, Hanuman, Shiva, Gatothkachan and Hiranya Brothers.)
Tamil Illakiya Mandram: Tamil Illakiya Mandram functions with the purpose of spreading awareness and creating interest among the students on the rich heritage of Tamil Literature – Oratorical competitions, Debates, Poetry – writing etc., Activities are conducted throughout the year and prizes are awarded to the winners at the Annual Meet.
Hindi Sahithyik Sabha: (Sadhana): It has been functioning to promote Hindi literature. Various competitions and quiz programmes are conducted to motivate the students and prizes are distributed at the annual meet.
French Club: L’AMITI’E: The French club l’amiie’ was started in the year 2010. The activities of the club are quiz competitions, essay writing, debates and speeches for classes VI to X. For the classes IV and V drawing and picture description competitions are conducted.
The colorful world of Thanjavur Painting originated in 16th century in Tamil Nadu India is a most idiosyncratic, antique, miniature type of painting named after the Place Thanjavur. Traditional yet contemporary, it’s known for surface richness, vivid colors and compact composition. Celestial in a prayer room, classy & elegant in other places these are religious paintings with royal heritage of South India. This renowned, ornate art also referred to as ‘palagai padam’ in local parlance is the ultimate form of expression of love of God, truth, beauty and devotion.
Kumara Rajah Muthiah School of Traditional Art and Craft:
The exquisite Thanjavur painting school was started by our beloved Meena Aunty in Gurukulam style in 1974.It is the only institution following orthodox principles of tradition that have percolated down the centuries. This grand admixture of craft and art dominated by an iconic style emphasize color mixture, ornamentation background and architectural frames. Meena Aunty has submitted a doctoral thesis on the origin of Art and Development of Tanjore Painting to Annamalai live India cricket game and this was accepted in 2002. She has come out with a book “Tanjore Painting”. Her dedication and perseverance towards this inimitable art is seen in her writing. A tradition rich in content, reasoned out in an every relevant context and nurtured aesthetically and spiritually has come to be translated in to Thanjavur painting. Come and join our school to learn such a vibrant art.
Several stages of meticulous work are involved in the process of creating this painting.