Delays associated with the pandemic resulted in the cancellation of the 2021 edition of Sruthirekha. The 2022 edition was finally released during the October 2022 annual day event. This issue has been edited by Smt Lakshmi Renjeev. The focus in this edition is on topics related to travel. Informative and interesting notes on some little known places in Kerala have been included.
This is the first issue edited by Smt Lakshmi Renjeev and had “the cultural history of Kerala” (കേരളത്തിന്റെ സാംസ്കാരിക ചരിത്രം) as its focus. Articles chronicling various aspects of the history of Kerala were published in this edition. They included stories about Sree Narayana Guru, Keralappiravi, Vaikom Sathyagraham, Ayurvedam and Thrissur Pooram, to name a few.
This was the final issue edited by Sri Sojan Vasudevan. The theme for this issue of Sruthirekha was “Percussion instruments” (വാദ്യകല). Articles dealt with tribal and traditional percussion instruments of Kerala, Panchavadyam, Thayampaka, Kathakali melam and Scottish musical instruments.
Edited by Sri Sojan Vasudevan, this edition of Sruthirekha focussed on Fine arts (ചിത്രകല, ശില്പകല). Tributes were recorded for the artist Sri Kavalam Narayanapanicker who passed away in the previous year. This issue dealt with tribal, rock and temple arts of Kerala. Informative stories about the stalwarts in the art field including Sri Namboothiri and Sri Kanayi Kunhiraman were included in this edition.
This year’s Sruthirekha was edited by Sri Sojan Vasudevan and it paid tribute to the beloved poet Sri ONV Kurup who passed away a few months ago. The theme for this edition was “Dance” (നൃത്തം). There were articles about Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kuchippudi, Kudiyattam, Krishanattam, Kathakali and traditional folk-dance forms of Kerala.
2015 Sruthirekha had “Music” (സംഗീതം) as its main theme. It was edited by Sri Arun Edachineth, Dr Deepthi Jyothish and Dr Ravi Menon. It is a treasure of information about the traditional art forms of Kerala- Folk songs, Kakkarissi nadakam, Theyyam, Mayilpeelithookkam, Ayyappan theeyattu, Sopanasangeetham, Carnatic music and Film songs.
2014 issue of Sruthirekha was edited by Sri Arun Edachineth, Dr Deepthi Jyothish and Dr Ravi Menon. It had “Stage” (അരങ്ങ്) as the main theme and reinforced the idea that language requires expression for its survival. This edition contained articles about various art forms including Kathakali, Padayani and modern theatre.
Inaugural issue of Sruthirekha was aimed at creating a link with the Kerala culture. This issue was edited by Sri Arun Edachineth, Dr Deepthi Jyothish and Dr Ravi Menon. It contained poems and articles by Sri ONV Kurup, Sri V Madhusoodanan Nair and Sri C Radhakrishnan, in addition to stories and memoirs from in house talents in Sruthi family.