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Ennappadam Venkatarama Bhagavatar, a proponent of Carnatic music
, was born in the year 1880. He was a popular composer of Carnatic Music. Apart from composing music, which he was quite popular in doing, he also wrote several books and his skill as writer has also been appreciated. One of his books, Venkata Ramaniyam, has been recommended as a text book by Kerala University.
Ennappadam Venkatarama Bhagavatar died in the year 1961.
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