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 The main purpose of World Dance Day is to attract a wider public to the art of dance. Gayathri Apartment Club managed by Sri Valli Sitaraman celebrated World Dance day 2017 & performed dance very enthusiastically.

 

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Gayathri Apartment Club conducts World Dance Day 2017

 

26th April 2017 Wednesday, at 6:30 pm
Gayathri Apartment Club, Delhi 
Community Hall Basement Gayathri Apartments Sector-9 Rohini ,Delhi-110085
 
Organizer: Sri Valli Sitaraman
Participants: 1. Arnav   2. Kirtika   3. Dhroov   4. Shreya  5. Madhavi   6. Vaishnavi   7. Ananya   8. Illakiya   9. Yuvadhi   10. Riya   11. Harshita   12. Niveda  13. Priya 
Description-Program: World Dance Day is now a week or more......
 
Dance is a performance art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement. This movement has aesthetic and symbolic value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a particular culture. Dance can be categorized and described by its choreography, by its repertoire of movements, or by its historical period or place of origin.
World Dance Day, supported by the International Dance Council of UNESCO, began in 1982. Over approximately a decade, the day has become increasingly popular as a medium to reiterate the relationship between dancers and their art and between dancers and their public. The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance. This context, Gayathri Apartment Club, organised by Sri Valli Sitaraman, conducting fourth year of World Dance Day Celebration is going to conduct this event & classical dance will be performed by club children. The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance. 
 
Contact details:
Telephone- 919899116581, 919899247855
Email: vallisitaraman@rocketmail.com, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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International Dance Day Celebrated at Gurgaon

 

Inspired by the ideals of International Dance Council, that considers dance as an integral part of human civilization throughout its history but it is less prioritized by official establishments in the world, this time Sudha Society the leading NGO organised the International Dance Day on 29th April 2016 at A1 block South city -II in Gurgaon with plethora of activities.

While quoting from President of the International Dance Council, Gk Bhatnagar President Sudha society said, “In more than half of the 200 countries in the world, dance does not appear in legal texts (for better or for worse!). There are no funds allocated in the state budget to support this art form. There is no such thing as dance education, private or public.

Dance, being a central part of every culture, constitutes the ideal means for bringing together people from different culture .Festivals promote in the most lively manner reciprocal knowledge and respect of diversity; there are hundreds of millions attending international dance festivals each year in the world,”
To extoll the case of the International Dance Council the residents of the South City -II Gurgaon along with students,children and professional participated in dance day to show cultural integrity.

Sh. Gk Bhatnagar President Sudha society , Sh. Pramod Kumar treasurer Sudha Society, Sh. Akash Agarwal Executive member sudha society , And RWA South City -2 office bearers sh. Neeraj Yadav President, ,Sh. K K Singh Secretary, Sh. Pradeep Tyagi joint secretary and B. S. chauhan Jt. Treasurer all attended the Dance Day and Participated in the dance with gusto.

At the outset Sh. Gk Bhatnagar President Sudha Society welcomed the New elected team of RWA South City-II Gurgaon with the Bouquet and expressed his hope that all residents will cooperate the New team of RWA and make the South City-II more presentable. Office bearers of RWA South City-II also assured the residents that they will leave no stone unturned to make South City II Gurgaon as a Model City of Gurgaon.The program was well appreciated by all residents and thanks the Sudha Society for arranging the Dance Day in their locality.

 

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27th April 2016 Wednesday, at 6:30 pm

Gayathri Apartment
 
Community Hall Basement Gayathri Apartments Sector-9 Rohini ,Delhi-110085.
Cab is available anywhere in Delhi City to reach the venue.
Gayathri Apartment Club conducts World Dance Day 2016.
 
 Organizer: Sri Valli Sitaraman
Participants: 1. Madhavi  2. Vaishnavi  3. Ananya 4. Arnav  5. Surabhi 6. Ganga 7. Haasini 8. Twisha 9. Maira
Description-Program: World Dance Day is now a week or more......
Dance is a performance art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement. This movement has aesthetic and symbolic value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a particular culture. Dance can be categorized and described by its choreography, by its repertoire of movements, or by its historical period or place of origin.
World Dance Day, supported by the International Dance Council of UNESCO, began in 1982. Over approximately a decade, the day has become increasingly popular as a medium to reiterate the relationship between dancers and their art and between dancers and their public. The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance. This context, Gayathri Apartment Club, organised by Sri Valli Sitaraman, conducting third year of World Dance Day Celebration is going to conduct this event & classical dance will be performed by club children. The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance. 

Date: 27th April 2016Wednesday.

Time: 6:30 pm

Venue: Gayathri Apartment Community Hall

Basement, Gayathri Apartment, Plot No.21, Sec-9, Rohini, Delhi-110085.
7.  Contact details:
Telephone- 919899116581, 919899247855
Email: vallisitaraman@rocketmail.com

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Hello and Namaskar,

 

On the occasion of World Dance Day, we in collaboration with Sangeet Natak Akademi and with support from Gyanshree are presenting “Vividh Mat: Perceptions” (a Seminar cum Dance presentation) on 26th & 27th April, 2016 at Meghdoot Theatre III, Rabindra Bhawan, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi-1 at 6pm

The high powered panellists include:


(i)        
Dr. Sonal Mansingh (Dancer, Padma Vibhushan), 
        Dr. Bibek Debroy
 (Economist, Member Niti Aayog) and 
        Saeed Naqvi 
(Sr. Journalist) on 26th April on the subject of “Dharma-Adharma”;(ii)          Dr Pushpesh Pant (Academic, Historian, Padmashri), 

          Keki Daruwala (poet, short story writer, former Member Minorities Commission, Padmashri), 
          Seema Mustafa
 (journalist, Editor-in-Chief of The Citizen) and 
          Alka Raghuvanshi
 (artist, art curator) on 27th April on the subject of “Can the Twain Meet”.


The moderators are Shanta Serbjeet Singh (arts writer-columnist and former Vice Chairman of Sangeet Natak Academy, SNA awardee) on the 26th of April, 2016 and Dr Yatindra Mishra (award winning Hindi poet-writer-editor, music and cinema aficionado) on 27th of April, 2016.

 

Each of the panellists will share his/her individual perspective on the theme of the evening thus making it an enriching experience.

 

Giving the fourth dimension are the dance performances.

 

On the 26th of April, seeking to expand on the issue of “Dharma-Adharma”, Shruti Gupta Chandra and myself perform the “Karna-Kunti Samvad” (based on Dinkar’s Rashmirathi) and which was first premiered in 1986. 

 

On the 27th of April, another dimension to the discussion on “Can the Twain Meet” will be given through the evocative piece “Yudhishthir and Draupadi” based on a poem of Pavan K Varma by Sunit Tandon (eminent Theatre Actor-Director) and myself that had been premiered in 1997. 

 

This will be preceded by a 6 minutes short piece based on the music of Debussy (Et la Lune) that had been premiered in 1993 and which too essays another dimension on the subject of discussion.  

 

Short synopsis of “Vividh Mat: Perceptions”, “Dharma-Adharma” and “Can the Twain Meet” are given below.

 

Please do come with your family and friends. I shall be grateful.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Shovana Narayan

Kathak Guru & retd IAAS

Padmashri & Sangeet Natak Akademi awardee.

 

Cell: +91-9811173734 (primary) & +91-9810725340 (secondary)

Landline:+91-11-64613734.

A short synopsis of “Vividh Mat” is given below:

 

 

“Vividh-Mat: Perceptions”

 

 

Perception is sensory experience of the world involving both the recognition of environmental stimuli and actions in response to these stimuli. It varies from individual to individual. New insight can replace old assumptions as new understanding sprouts and new curiosity takes over. 

 

“Vividh-Mat” seeks to explore range of perceptions on two issues as follows:

(i)       “Dharma -Adharma” (26th April, 2016): What hue does ethics, which in itself is more concerned with the moral conduct, don in the necessity for survival and maintenance of a social group or social order or the individual’s existence? (ii)      “Can the Twain Meet” (27th April, 2016): Inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s well-known ballad, the discussion seeks to open various vistas where differences and accidents of thoughts, philosophies and cultures may or may not become meaningless.  

Details of Dance Pieces: 

Karna Kunti Samvaad (26th April, 2016): (premiered in 1986): 

 

This piece from Chapter 5 of Dinkar’s celebrated work ‘Rashmirathi’ presents the poignancy of Karna and Kunti with all hues of human emotions trapped in moral dilemmas. Kunti, a mother who had abandoned her son Karna at birth, but knowing fully well Karna’s unmatched prowess in the art of warfare, now seeks Karna’s assistance in the battle against the Kauravas at the hour of approaching battle. Where was she, Karna asks in pain, when he, despite being noble born, had had to face the ridicule of society for being brought up as a lowly person’s son? Why should he turn against his benefactor, the Kauravas, who not only gave him shelter but also respect and honour? 

 

Outspoken, acerbic, and unambiguous in his condemnation of her actions, past and present, and even though foreseeing a defeat for the Kauravas, Karna declines Kunti’s request to cross sides. He however, offers Kunti the consolation that he will not kill all her sons: he will either kill Arjuna or be killed by him, so that she will still remain the mother of five sons! He says that the war is quite pointless yet it is a destiny that has to be fulfilled.

 

Et la Lune of Debussy (27th April, 2016): (premiered in 1993): 

It is usually thought that Indian Classical dance and Western Classical Music can never meet. In this music piece where the mood is of moonlit night, an Indian folk tale of the harsingar blooming at night in pure Kathak movements and costumes speaks that “The Twain Can Meet”.

 

“Yudhisthar and Draupadi” (27th April, 2016): (premiered in 1997): 

The broad story of Mahabharata is well-known. Draupadi, the Princess of Panchala, is won by Arjun, the archer par excellence among the five Pandava brothers. But Draupadi, against her will has to marry all five Pandava brothers, because Kunti, her mother-in-law, not knowing that her sons had brought Draupadi with them, pronounced the words written in stone: ‘All of you enjoy what has been obtained’.

 

Yudhishtar, the eldest of the five brothers, was the first to be with Draupadi, even though Arjun had won her and she was prepared only to marry him.

 

Pavan K.Varma’s book explores the fascinating relationship between Yudhishtar and Draupadi. Draupadi was not like most of the other women of her time – submissive and yielding. How did she react to Yudhishtar, and why did Yudhishtar, sober and reticent by personality and inclination, fanatically gamble away all his Kingdom and wealth, and, last of all, his own wife, Draupadi?

 

Based on a long poem written by Mr. Pavan K.Varma, the theme breathes of passions and dilemmas between Draupadi and her husband Yudhishthar. We follow Yudhishthar to the still pool of death where, by answering philosophic questions posed by the Yaksha, in reality his father, Dharma. Kaunteya brings back his Pandav brothers to life. 

The primary concern however is the trouble between a woman, Draupadi, and a man, her ‘first’ husband Yudhisthar. Arjun won her, Dharmaputra gambled her away. But Arjun had Subhadra and Bhim, Hidimba. Who did Yudhisthar have? No one but Panchali. But how did Draupadi think of Kaunteya?

 

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1.Date and time of the event: 29th April 2015 Wednesday, at 6:30 pm


2.  Venue: Full address, hints on how to go there: Gayathri Apartment
Community Hall Basement Gayathri Apartments Sector-9 Rohini ,Delhi-110085.
Cab is available anywhere in Delhi City to reach the venue.


3.  Title of event: Gayathri Apartment Club conducts World Dance Day 2015.

4.  Organizer: Sri Valli Sitaraman

5.  Participants: 1. Madhavi  2. Vaishnavi  3. Ananya  4.Harshita  5. Shreya 6. Bharti  7. Sukriti 8. Arnav  9. Surabhi  10. Priya

6.  Description-Program: World Dance Day is now a week or more......


World Dance Day, supported by the International Dance Council of UNESCO, began in 1982. Over approximately a decade, the day has become increasingly popular as a medium to reiterate the relationship between dancers and their art and between dancers and their public. In this context, Gayathri Apartment Club, organised by Sri Valli Sitaraman, conducting second year of World Dance Day Celebration is going to conduct this event & classical dance will be performed by club children.


Date: 29th April 2015Wednesday.

Time: 6:30 pm

Venue: Gayathri Apartment Community Hall

Basement, Gayathri Apartment, Plot No.21, Sec-9, Rohini, Delhi-110085.


7.  Contact details: Telephone, email, website, postal address:

Telephone- 919899116581,919899247855
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGfbXTbg34-qDNLB0YuB6Q,

                     http://srivallisitaraman.strikingly.com/

31-D Gayathri Apartments Sector-9 Rohini, Delhi-110085.

 

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 In order to celebrate dance festival of the world "International Dance Day" on April 29, as many as 100 performing artists from different parts of the country, 150 dance students and 20 school children will perform on a single platform in New Delhi.

Zenith Dance Academy in the association with Hindustan Times organizing the ultimate "Dance Carnival". First time in the capital city of India, celebrating The World Dance Day on the bigger scale where performers will showcase their dancing talent wearing unique costumes and props designed by Zenith Dance Academy.

The performances will take place at Inner circle Connaught Place on 26th  April, 2015 from 7am onwards, Rahagiriday. The purpose of this event is to  motivate the dance culture and bring happiness among all of us.

  
Regards 

Shashi kant Rai
+91 97116 40208
Zenith Dance Institute Pvt. Ltd.
D-1, III Floor, Acharya Niketan, Mayur Vihar, Phase-I, New Delhi-91

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1.Date and time of the event: 29th April 2015 Wednesday, at 6:30 pm
2.  Venue: Full address, hints on how to go there: Gayathri Apartment
Community Hall Basement Gayathri Apartments Sector-9 Rohini ,Delhi-110085.
Cab is available anywhere in Delhi City to reach the venue.
3.  Title of event: Gayathri Apartment Club conducts World Dance Day 2015.
4.  Organizer: Sri Valli Sitaraman
5.  Participants: 1. Madhavi  2. Vaishnavi  3. Ananya  4.Harshita  5. Shreya 6. Bharti  7. Sukriti 8. Arnav  9. Gayathri  10. Priya
6.  Description-Program: World Dance Day is now a week or more......


World Dance Day, supported by the International Dance Council of UNESCO,
began in 1982. Over approximately a decade, the day has become increasingly
popular as a medium to reiterate the relationship between dancers and their
art and between dancers and their public. In this context, Gayathri
Apartment Club, organised by Sri Valli Sitaraman, conducting second year of
World Dance Day Celebration is going to conduct this event & classical dance
will be performed by club children.

Date: 29th April 2015, Wednesday.

Time: 6:30 pm

Venue: Gayathri Apartment Community Hall

Basement, Gayathri Apartment, Plot No.21, Sec-9, Rohini, Delhi-110085.


7.  Contact details: Telephone, email, website, postal address:

Telephone- 919899116581,919899247855
Email-  <mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website-  <http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGfbXTbg34-qDNLB0YuB6Q>
http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGfbXTbg34-qDNLB0YuB6Q,

                     http://srivallisitaraman.strikingly.com/

31-D Gayathri Apartments Sector-9 Rohini, Delhi-110085.

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Delhi will mark Dance Day April 29 

 

To celebrate International Dance Day on April 29, as many as 100 artistes from various parts of the country will perform on a single platform in the national capital.

The organisers of the event, which is titled “No Boundaries”, the performance is aimed at creating visual vocabulary, where the “participants will bring both traditional and contemporary dance forms under one platform”.

The event of performing arts is being held by Sadhya, an institute of performing arts, in association with the Big Dance Centre and Friends of Art where performers like Bharatanatyam exponent Saroja Vaidyanathan, classical dancer Ranjana Gauhar and groups like Danceworx and Big Dance Centre are also participating. The performances will take place at Kamani Auditorium from 5 pm.

“Through this event, we aim to foster mutual respect, appreciation and a positive outlook towards this wonderful profession and art,” artistic director, Sadhya, Santosh Nair said.

International Dance Day was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Council, a Unesco partner NGO, and is celebrated yearly on April 29. The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance.

 

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http://www.asianage.com/delhi/delhi-will-mark-dance-day-april-29-497

 

 

 

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