This petite winner of the Miss India New Zealand 2008 pageant had absolutely no plans of embarking on a career in films. The talent scouts from Chennai were unable to select any of the two-dozen or so candidates that auditioned and returned rather disappointed to Chennai. Then the producer happened to chance upon a DVD of the Miss India New Zealand 2008 pageant in Chennai and was bowled over when he saw Uttara on the screen. Yet undecided, the family sent a set of photographs and a screen test shot at home back to Chennai. Meanwhile the producers said they had decided to shoot the film in Melbourne, not here in New Zealand – which added another dimension to the family’s decision-making process, and for some time they decided to drop the idea. But the production house and the director had impeccable credentials and the script was too good as a refreshing new idea.
Uttara joins a long line of a previous generation of South Indian actresses who were accomplished Indian classical danseuses before they made their careers on the silver screen.
Has her training in traditional dance come in handy for her new career in front of the camera? But dance is a live performing art and a continuous, unbroken performance unlike acting in a film, which is sliced and diced into dozens of shots even for a single scene. The film titled “Aridhu, Aridhu” – which means “very rare” is a variation on the boy-meets-girl theme. Sai Thaman, the fast rising star of Southern India’s music world, has written the film’s score. Uttara’s “discovery” has been splashed across the film glossies in both Kollywood and neighbouring Tollywood (the Andhra Pradesh film industry) including the redoubtable Tamil magazine Ananda Vikatan. Though she loves Auckland and being at home with her parents – especially her mother whom she credits with all her success so far – Uttara realises she will have to spend more time away in coming months. Know your money personalityWeekly Horoscope: 29 April-May 5Can smartphone apps diagnose illnesses? Click here for more about the Maha Kumbhabhishekam for Malai Mandir conducted on June 27th 2001.
There is evidence in the Mahabharata to show that Rohtak (about 25 miles from Delhi) was the stronghold of Matha Mayurakas and that their cherished deity was Karttikeya. At the instance of His Holiness Jagadguru Sankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, the Samaj took up the construction of the Silpa Kala Mandapam. The work on the construction of the Meenakshi Sundareswara Temple as well as the temple for Lord Vinayaka commenced in 1986. While the brick construction was progressing at Delhi, the idols to be installed in the new temple were being carved at the sthapati's work centre at Palavakkam, Madras.

The Maha Kumbhabhishekam of the new temple and Jeernodhanrana Kumbhabhishekam of Lord Swaminatha Temple were performed on the 13th June 19990 at 6:45 am. In strict accordance with the agamic rites and rituals, four kala pujas are being performed daily at all the shrines. Among the dignitaries who visited the Temple on the kumbhabhishekam day were the President of India Sr.
While the Swaminatha temple had adopted the Chola style of architecture, the Sundareswara Temple has adopted the Pallava style and the Meenakshi temple the Pandya style. Since 1990 a temple hall for Adi Sankara has also been constructed on the premises of Uttara Swami Natha Malai.
In May last year, JK Creations, a movie production house from Chennai in South India – the capital of Tamil movies also referred to as Kollywood – was in New Zealand auditioning for a fresh new female face to suit the role of an “NRI girl” for a film it was planning to shoot here.
He immediately got in touch with Uttara’s parents Anuradha and Ramkumar and the family began to mull over the offer. It’s about a Chennai boy who lands up in Melbourne because of a set of interesting circumstances and meets the girl that Uttara plays.
He shot to fame with the recent Telugu hit titled “Kick” which has become a blockbuster largely because of its music. And even before the film has hit the theatres, she already has three firm offers with one schedule already drawn up.
This Uttara Swami Malai is the one shrine which has been visited by the Sankaracharyas of all the five maths: Bhadri, Dwaraka, Kanchi, Puri and Sringeri. The 900 massive stones, some of them weighing three to four tons each, stand assembed together without the use of cement or mortar. It does not house any deity but houses several ezquisite sculptural pieces like the lion pillar, the trellised window, the music pillar, the stone chain and the stone bull.
The Sankaracharya of Kanchi advised the Samaj to construct this temple on the pattern of the great Madura temple. It was decided that the lingam to be installed as Sundaresa should be a bana lingam drawn from the Narmada River. Eighty sivacharyas drawn from various temples in the South and fifty Vedic scholars participated at the six kala yagas that preceded the kumbhabhishekam. The Samaj is administering a Pooja Trust Scheme for the well-being of the devotees and their families.
Thus, the Uttara Swami Natha Malai is a unique blend of all the three ancient and renowned styles of South India temple architecture and sculpture. Today one may say without any gainsaying that a magnificent effort has been made to bring the glory of South Indian temple architecture and sculpture to the North.

Uttara, too, has carved a niche for herself in New Zealand as an accomplished Bharata Natyam dancer having performed at several places. This is also the only temple where the Sarva Vasikarana Yantra is embedded under the deity.
Only the crevices have been filled with the time-tested adhesive material made of lime and sand, gound to a paste with molasses and fruit juice. It took five years to complete this showpiece of South Indian temple architecture and sculpture at a cost of Rs ten lakhs. When the edifice reached the garbha griha level, the garbha nyasam was performed on the 6th July 1987. An exquisite piece of emerald colour stone about 1"9" high and about three feet in circumference was slelected from among the several stones available at Omkareswarar on the Narmada. There was recitation of the Rgveda, Krishna and Sukla yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda from dawn to dusk each day by selected Vedic pandits deputed by the Adi Sankara Advaita Research Centre, Madras. A product of her mother’s popular home-based dance school, Uttara had her Arangetram a few years ago in Auckland.
I’m more at home with Telugu, which is my mother’s language, and of course Hindi.” She got acting lessons pretty much on the fly from the film’s experienced crew and director before and in between shots. Deities delineated in human form are not normally house in the Brahmasthana or the very centre of the garbha graha. This yantra is the strong magnet attracting all irrespective of caste, creed, race, religion or nationality to this great shrine. The construction work at Delhi and the carving of the idols were completed in January 1990 over a four year period. 4,000 only and, on a date specified by the donor, the Samaj will perform four kala pujas for the specified deity in perpetuity on behalf of the donor for his andhis family's welfare. The shrine has become famous as Sahasrara Kshetra and has been sung by poets as the seventh Padai Veedu.
The six important shrines of Lord Subrahmanya at Tiruchendur, Tirupparankundram, Swami Malai, Palani, Pazhamudircholai and Tiruttani represent the six centres (cakras) Mooladhara, Swadisthana, Manipuraka, Anahata, Visudhi, and Agyaya. Venkataraman, who is its Patron-in-Chief, for his abiding interest in the activities of the Samaj from its inception. The Sahasrara of Brahmarandhra Kshetra was missing all these centuries and Uttara Swami Malai has filled the void.

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