KELI KALAMELA 2013 - Award winners - Scroll down for the final winners list

Shilpa Thaliyath -Keli Kalarathna award winner and Nayana Chakkalackal Fr. Abel Memmorial award winner.

Shilpa Thaliyath.Keli Kalarathna award winner of the year 2013.

Nayana Chakkalakkal.Keli,Fr.Abel award winner of the year 2013.

Nayana with Celebreties and with her Parentas

Silpa with her Family and celebrities

Keli International Kalamela 2013 Winners List

 

Event_Name

Age_Group

Rank

Country

Name

Elocution

Sub Junior

1

CH

Smruthi Mariya, Mathew

 

 

2

CH

Legha, Madan

 

 

3

IE

Rasajna Srikarthika Marep, Marepalli

 

Senior

1

IE

Hari Shankar, Nair

 

 

2

CH

Kevin, Kurinjirappalli

Fancy Dress

Junior

1

CH

Nayana, Chakkalakkal

 

 

2

CH

Smruthi Mariya, Mathew

 

 

3

 

 

Solo Song

Sub Junior

1

IE

Sreya , Sudheer

 

 

2

CH

Legha, Madan

 

 

3

CH

Ebin, Manappurath

 

Junior

1

CH

Nayana, Chakkalakkal

 

 

2

CH

Sandra, Muckomtharayil

 

 

3

CH

Gadha Ben, Pazhayattil

Karoake Song

Sub Junior

1

IE

Sreya , Sudheer

 

 

2

CH

Legha, Madan

 

 

3

CH

Jonas, Maniamkerikalam

 

Junior

1

CH

Sandra, Muckomtharayil

 

 

2

CH

Nayana, Chakkalakkal

 

 

3

CH

Gadha Ben, Pazhayattil

 

Senior

1

CH

Sangeetha, Pullely

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

Pencil Drawing

Sub Junior

1

CH

Jonas, Maniamkerikalam

 

 

2

CH

Erin Joy, Joseph

 

 

3

IE

Rasajna Srikarthika Marep, Marepalli

 

Junior

1

CH

Amala, Kattathara

 

 

2

CH

Nayana, Chakkalakkal

 

 

3

CH

Angela, Changethu

 

Senior

1

CH

Alsha, Adathala

 

 

2

CH

Kevin, Kurinjirappalli

 

 

3

IE

Hari Shankar, Nair

Folk Dance

Sub Junior

1

IE

Diya, Linkwinstar

 

 

2

IE

Uma, Shankar

 

 

3

CH

Smruthi Mariya, Mathew

 

Junior

1

CH

Shilpa, Thaliyath

 

 

 

 

2

CH

Kirthy, Kumullil

3

IE

Vishnu, Shankar

 

Kuchuppudi

 

Sub Junior

 

1

 

IE

 

Diya, Linkwinstar

 

 

2

IE

Uma, Shankar

 

 

3

 

 

 

Junior

1

CH

Shilpa, Thaliyath

 

 

2

IE

Vishnu, Shankar

 

 

3

CH

Amala, Kattathara

Bharathanatyam

Sub Junior

1

IE

Diya, Linkwinstar

 

 

2

CH

Sona, Thaliyath

 

 

3

IE

Uma, Shankar

 

Junior

1

IE

Vishnu, Shankar

 

 

2

CH

Shilpa, Thaliyath

 

 

3

CH

Jesna, Pannarakunnel

Mohiniyattam

Sub Junior

1

IE

Uma, Shankar

 

 

2

IE

Diya, Linkwinstar

 

 

3

 

 

 

Junior

1

CH

Shilpa, Thaliyath

 

 

2

CH

Jesna, Pannarakunnel

 

 

3

CH

Amala, Kattathara

Cinematic Dance

Minor

1

IE

Vishnu , Shankar and Group

 

 

2

IE

Rasajna Srikarthika Marep, Marepalli and Group

 

 

3

 

 

Classical Dance

Minor

1

IE

Vishnu, Shankar and Group

 

 

2

IE

Harini M., Sundaram and Group

 

 

3

 

 

 

 


 

10th Keli International Kalamela on May 18 & 19 at Zurich.

KELI INTERNATIONAL KALAMELA 2013
Mehrzweckhalle Heiget, Schulhausstrasse 5, 8320 Fehraltorf, Switzerland

Keli International Kalamela has turned out to be the International Event for all young artists who want to test their ability against other talented counterparts in most of the known forms of Indian Arts. When Keli is getting ready to host this most acclaimed and prestigious event outside India, hundreds of most talented artists will travel from different parts of the world to contest in eleven different disciplines in three different age groups. 


After the scintillating successes of previous years, preparations are underway to organize yet another Mega Mela on 18th and 19th May 2013 for our young artists hailing not only from Pravasi backgrounds, but also for anyone who has learned the rich art forms India has to offer. In its pursuit towards universality, Keli is lifting the pravasi barriers in the senior age group, for any versatile artists, who may qualify to compete in this prestigious event.


Year on year, Keli is setting many trends in organising state-of-the-art events using innovative concepts, systems and technologies. Already since 2007, Keli has computerised its registration, charting, and valuation systems and doesn’t hesitate to take any steps towards convenience and perfection. About 200 hundred volunteers work for the smooth functioning of the event and the participants experience not only our professionalism in organisation, but also our utmost hospitality by offering free food and accommodation for our international participants as well as a good variety of delicious Indian dishes throughout the two event days. 


This event will mark the 10th Anniversary of the Keli International Kalamela, the Pioneer Festival of Indian Arts, outside India . Keli International Kalamela brings together and presents the best young performers of Indian arts from around the world. It is a unique multi-arts event and has attained reputation for attracting many of the finest young performers. We join hands to encourage our children to participate, to experience and to master the various forms of arts, which we have nurtured in our culture. 

History of the Keli Kalamela

The first Keli Kalamela was conducted in 2003, aiming to create a platform for competitions in various arts disciplines for children and youngsters of Indians living in Switzerland .  We were overwhelmed by the great success that we achieved in our very first attempt.   From the sincere appreciation and encouragements poured in from various corners of the society, Keli conceived the idea of bringing the Pravasi Indian Youths together from all over the world at a festival and make it an international extravaganza.

The first Keli International Kalamela was held in 2004 in Zürich , Switzerland .  It ended up as the pioneer Pravasi Indian Youth Festival in Switzerland .  The event was a great success and acclaimed by one and all.  By organizing the 1st International Kalamela with more than 150 participants from various countries, we experienced the Kalamela as a unifying bond to promote international understanding among the Pravasi Indians.  The second Kalamela in 2005 proved to be even greater in many aspects.  Inspired by the experiences from the first two events, the third Kalamela was expanded with adding more disciplines, attracting more participants from neighbouring European countries, as well as from the Gulf countries.

Vision & Mission

Our Vision is to bring together all the talented young performers and artists of Indian classical dances and other art forms from all over the world and to provide them with a genuine platform for cultural and artistic development.  

Our Mission is to contribute immensely to safeguard and nurture our centuries old rich culture and traditions through investing in its various forms and faces.  We would like to be known as Guardians of Indian Art and Culture.

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