Akshara Slokam (അക്ഷര ശ്ലോകം)

Introduction : Akshara Slokam (അക്ഷര ശ്ലോകം) is a traditional way of Sloka chanting, a poetic entertainment developed in the Malayalam (മലയാളം) language of Kerala, India. It is in a classical format with strict rules on the meter of quatrains called slokas or mukthaka. A number of scholars sit to recite either Sanskrit or Malayalm slokas ( with more than eight letters in a line ). Once the recitation is started the next one in the turn has to recite a sloka having the first letter of the third line of the previous sloka.

To read Akshara slokams in Malayalam

To Download Akshara Slokam : – Introduction, Table of contents etc. (pdf)

Slokams 1-500   –  Slokams 501-1000  –   Slokams 1001-1500 –  Slokams 1501-2000  – Slokams 2001-2500 – Slokams 2501-2646

Reference :  http://aksharaslokam.usvishakh.net/

Akshara Slokam Links

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aksharaslokam/

http://aksharaslokam.blogspot.com/

Aksharaslokam Oru Silpasala


(Aksharaslokam Silpasala Aksharasala Haridas Mamgalappilly Korattyswaroopam Poolany KPC Narayanan Bhattathiripad)

 Silpasala Sadas 1

 Silpasala Sadas 2

 Silpasala Sadas 3

 Silpasala Sadas 4

Aksharaslokam Videos

1. Akshara Slokam Presentation by Mr.P.V. Krishnan Kuroor – Part 1

2. Akshara Slokam Presentation by Mr.P.V. Krishnan Kuroor – Part 2

3. Akshara Slokam Presentation by Mr.P.V. Krishnan Kuroor – Part 3

4. Akshara Slokam Presentation by Mr.P.V. Krishnan Kuroor – Part 4

5. Akshara Slokam Presentation by Mr.P.V. Krishnan Kuroor – Part 5

6. Aksharaslokam Unbelievable young talent – SAI GAUTHAM (VIth std)

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