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Uppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath, Indian Puppeteer
Uppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath is a Gombeyata puppeteer from Dakshin Kannad district, Karnataka.
 
 Uppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath, Indian PuppeteerUppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath is a Gombeyata puppeteer from Dakshin Kannad district, Karnataka. He was born in 1921. Kamath hailed from a family that traces its connection to traditional string puppetry over three centuries. Uppinakudru Kogga Devanna Kamath joined the hereditary troupe founded by his great-granduncle, Lakshman Bhagavata. He trained under his grandfather, Nagappa Bhagavata, and father, Padmanabha Kamath, before they disbanded in 1941. Although forced into urban migration, he returned in 1955, helped his father repair the 300 marionettes lying idle, and revived the group as Sri Ganesha Yakshagana Gombeyata Mandali. In 1971, he took charge after his father's death. Since then, the troupe has even toured foreign countries to acclaim.

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