It will become a centre for all information related to dance: Chandy
"Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that the Guru Gopinath National Dance Museum which is set to come up soon will be of international standards, and will become a centre for all information related to dance"
Film ‘Natyanubhava’ captures 5,000 years of history of Indian Classical dance in 52 minutes http://t.co/YATng8Zcmt
“Natyanubhava” is directed by Sharada Ramanathan,the director of Sringaram. "The film, scripted by acclaimed Bharatanatyam artiste Chitra Visweswaranand S. Janaki, executive editorSruti, is divided into two parts — Darshan (The seen and unseen) and Yatra (Journey)." Read more:
The Hindu 5000 years in 52 minutes The Hindu He speaks lovingly of all things in Nature and how the Classical dance form depicts everything naturally — the earth and all the planets dance in the sky, the ocean's waves touch the shore and head back,...
The photographs below form part of an exhibition at Tasveer which looked at the representation of women in Indian photography from the 1850s – 1950s.
"Dancing girl, c. 1880. A nautch girl or dancer from southern India, posing in a studio, c. 1880. Here, the dancer appears fully dressed for performance. While she stands on a patterned floor mat, the background has a plain curtain stretched across, highlighting her posture."
Sruti's editor-in-chief Late. N. Pattabhi Raman wrote this essay 13 years ago to sort out the confusions about Bharatanatyam. The response to this essay is thought to be the article by Dr. Avanthi Meduri in The Hindu titled "Talibanisation of the performing arts" accusing of the "blue book" of not discussing how bharatanatyam became an art form. She says "Sadir surely did not become an art form simply because it was renamed and presented by devadasis on the platform of the Madras Music Academy! The form had to be spatialised, re-costumed, re-narrativised, and re-contextualised on the proscenium stage so that it would be continuous with temple."
Dancing Her Way Between Two Contrasting Worlds The New Indian Express Meet dancer and IAS officer Kavitha Ramu, and you will realise how elastic life is. Stretch it and you have enough space for your profession, passion and more.
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