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Hyderabad's Neha Khaitan talks about bringing together bharatnatyam, carnatic music and folk tales in her next performance
The 90-minute performance will be a mix of dance and music — used as a storytelling method to narrate message-oriented tales.
It is one of a kind play, with a concept of combining Kathak and Hip-hop into one enormous dance show.
Minister Smriti Zubin Irani honours winners at the Devi Awards, Kolkata
Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer Priya Venkataraman is asking her adult students to take up bharatanatyam as a second innings in life.
Malaysian dancer Ramli Ibrahim reinvents the Odissi dance form in this special show
An enthusiast of kudiattam, Portuguese performance artiste Diniz’s Spicy Tutu Boy questions one’s judgmental self
Tales of dance
KathaAngika will have performers from five classical genres, such as Katha, Odissi, Manipuri and others
Come and be a part of a classical dance and music extravaganza
The festival will have seven solo shows of women dancers, who will perform at Ravindra Bharati, Hyderabad.
Indian dancer Ragasudha Vinjamuri is taking Bharatanatyam abroad with her performances in the British Parliament
Armed with Ayurveda, music theory and ahimsa, the Hyderabad-born artiste talks to Indulge about her dance, guru Uma Rama Rao and more.
French professor of philosophy, Mireille Josephine Guezennec pays homage to Goddess Durga through her photography exhibition currently going on at Indian Museum, Kolkata
Astad Deboo, who is being honoured for his pioneering work, continues to experiment and evolve his style, while still performing full-length recitals
Mrinalini Sarabhai is an Indian classical dancer from Kerala who was educated at Shantiniketan under the guidance of Rabindranath Tagore.
We speak to the dancer about the upcoming production
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