PechaKucha Presentation

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Ramkumar R S

Consultant, RSR Innovations in Chennai

Bharatanatyam for Engineers

PRESENTED ON MAY 07, 2016
IN CHENNAI @ VOL 9

Ram Kumar talks about how anyone can learn classical dance forms at any age and its ability to bring one closer to his/her spiritual core. 

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Aja Nachle! (Let's Dance!)

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Navya Mastanaiah grew up in India and arrived in the USA about 8 years ago. She trained early on in a form of Indian classical dance called Bharatanatyam. As life progressed, she began imbibing different forms of western dance through school performances, impromptu jazz classes and the like. 

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A Journey

BY INDU MITHA
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Ms Indu Mitha started learning dance from a very young age in pre-partition India from some of the most renowned dancers of the time. Later on, she started performing professionally as well as teaching dance, under the highly conservative regime of General Zia Ul Haq. An iconic figure in the dance and performance community in Pakistan, she shares with us her journey as a dancer.

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