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Nrityagram is an exceptional dance company, founded by Protima Gauri in Karnataka, which contributes to the revival of the Odissi dance. Developed in the 2nd century BC on the central east coast of India, the Odissi dance was praised for excellency in technique and, foremost, for the devotion performed by the devadâsîs, the servants in the Hindu temples. 140 more words

#Odissi Dance Recital by Sharmila Mukerjee #Bangalore

Odissi Dance Recital
Sharmila Mukerjee and Disciples
Abhayalakshmi, Siddharth Deuri, Shubha Nagarajan, Aparna Mohapatra, Shweta Krishna, Srividya Angara
of Sanjali School of Dance.

at Ananya Nritya Neerajana – 6. 141 more words

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Ananya Nritya Neerajana - 6 #FestivalofArts #SevaSadan #Bangalore

Ananya Nritya Neerajana – 6
A Festival of Arts

Supported by: Dept. of Kannada and Culture, Govt. of Karnataka

Event Details:

29th November at 6.00 pm onwards… 716 more words

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Guru Sri Ratikant Mohapatra: Finding Your Path, and Finding the Pearl

Guru Sri Ratikant Mohapatra, the only son of Odissi legend Guru Sri Kelucharan Mohapatra and Smt. Laxmipriya Mohapatra, has carved a niche for himself as one of Odissi’s leading Gurus, choreographers, percussionists, and organizers. 2,956 more words


Dancing to Nowhere: Young, Beautiful, and Broke?

by Ranjana Dave

Some young classical dancers might be forgiven for thinking that an arangetram or debut marks the end of their dance careers. An arangetram only heralds the start of a long, and sometimes, futile struggle to be known. 1,090 more words

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From Performer to Performeur....Creativity with Prosperity

by Srijat Mishra

A classical dancer, or for that matter any classical performing artist’s life, is generally is fraught with economic uncertainties. This will remain until the public at large doesn’t pay to watch classical performances. 1,308 more words

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