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Shakti Mohan and sisters Neeti and Mukti celebrate Dance

Shakti Mohan recently celebrated ‘International Dance Day 2018’ with thumkas that her friends and celebrity sisters taught an eager audience. Since the choreographer could not be present on the day, gorgeous actress Mouni Roy filled in and did some cool moves to encourage the audience to dance.
Mouni along with Neeti Mohan and Mukti Mohan captivated the eager learners.
For the danseuse Shakti, International Dance Day, holds a special place and her dance academy celebrated it in a very different way for the first time.
Dance enthusiasts in the city were in for a treat as it was an exclusive dance workshop by the faculty of the dance school. A dance competition was held that was judged by celebrity choreographers.

Talking about the successful event, Shakti said, “My dance academy is like my baby. I am so touched and overwhelmed to see that despite me not being in India, my friends and family came for an insane support on World Dance Day.”
Mouni Roy, Neeti Mohan and Mukti Mohan shared steps at the workshop and showcased their jaw dropped thumka pose for the shutterbugs present at the event.

 

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/events/mumbai/shakti-mohan-and-sisters-neeti-and-mukti-celebrate-dance/articleshow/63996535.cms

 

 

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Legendary performers to wow Chennai on international dance day

CHENNAI: To mark International Dance Day on April 29, Utsav Music, in association with The Times of India and Krishna Gana Sabha, has been celebrating the doyens of classical dance by conferring on them the title ‘Utsav Nritya Ratna’ every year. This year, the title will be bestowed on legendary Bharatanatyam exponent C V Chandrasekhar.

Bharatanatyam dancer, scholar and academician Chandrasekhar began his career in 1947 when there were hardly any male classical dancers on the scene. Over the years, the title has been bestowed on Vyjayanthimala Bali, Padma Subrahmanyam, The Dhananjayans, Chitra Viswanathan and Lakshmi Viswanathan. The celebrations have brought together artists of various classical dance forms on a single stage.

The performances this year include Bharatanatyam by Priyadarshini Govind, Kuchipudi by Bhavana Reddy and Kathak by Sanjukta Sinha, who is also Sangeet Natak Akademi’s Yuva Puraskar awardee from Ahmedabad. Priyadarshini Govind, one of the most celebrated Bharatanatyam dancers today, has been trained under stalwarts such as S K Rajarathnam Pillai and Kalanidhi Narayanan. Bhavana Reddy is an acclaimed Delhi-based Kuchipudi dancer with a career spanning over two decades. As one of India’s leading Kathak dancers, Sanjukta Sinha has performed solo, in ensembles as well as in collaborations with leading international names.

The event will be held at Krishna Gana Sabha at 6.30pm. Complimentary invites will be available at The Times of India office, Kochar Towers, 19 Venkatanarayana Road, T Nagar, on a first come, first served basis from 10am to 6pm.

 

source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/legendary-performers-to-wow-city-on-international-dance-day/articleshow/63903143.cms 

 

 

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MUMBAI 2016
Dr. Tina Tambe and NINAD CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS invite you to 19th show of NINAD CONCERT SERIES to celebrate World Dance Day with recitals of eight Indian Classical Dance styles.
Wednesday, 27th April, 2016, 6.30 Venue: Juhu Jagruti Hall, 1st Floor, Mithibai College, V L Mehta Road, Vile Parle West, Mumbai 400056 INDIA
Presenting:
1. Sudip Kumat (Manipuri)
2. Ranjish Nair (Kathakali)
3. Saji Menon (Mohiniattam)
4. Prateesha Suresj (Sattriya)
5. Prachi Sathi (Bharatanatyam) 6. Ritabrata Chakraborty (Kathak)
7. Shreya Sabharwal & Mitali Varadkar (Odissi)
8. Ranjani G Ramesh & Daksha S. Ramesh (Kuchipudi)
 
Entry by Donor Passes of Rs. 150 only.
 
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Art is not exclusive to  sections in the society . It is a pulsating canvas to be shared by all. Inspired by life it has to touch living hearts with the beauty of sentiments crushing trivial walls of caste, creed and religion. To celebrate this universal language elevating lives from the mundane to the sublime and also to give a chance  to several talented feet   who can yet go beyond their dire circumstances to dance about that silver lining in dancing clouds , to reach out to those who  could yet gather joy against the pulsating canopy of nature  with no restrictions to backgrounds  and to cherish that one umbrella gathering each into dancing and meaningful folds  we have  a few timeless hours of blissful harmony ...
An evening on May3'2015 to celebrate the dance with dance practitioners  of various styles . Open to all Art lovers and the waiting world around! 
In the service of Art,
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Dance Day 2014

 

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‘DANCE TO A DIFFERENT MELODY’ AT THE DADAR MATUNGA CULTURAL CENTRE AUDITORIUM,122 A,, J.K SAWANT MARG, OPP MUMBAI GLASS WORKS, MAHIM, MUMBAI400-016, ON APRIL 26’2014 AT 5.15 PM, ORGANISED BY LATA SURENDRA TO CELEBRATE THE INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY

WITH ‘THE DANCE & DANCERS’.

 

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Dance to the song in your heart and gather the universe in your soul !

Dance to the melody you have never tried before and have the world dance with you!

Dance simply because you are alive and celebrate the unfolding miracle of your life-breath!

PARTICIPANTS:

DR JAYASHREE RAJAGOPALAN & DISCIPLES

RAYMOND MIRANDA ACADEMY OF DANCE (CONTEMPORARY)

SMT CHHAYA KHANVATE & DISCIPLES

SMT SUJATHA NAIR & OTHER DISCIPLES OF SMT JAYASHRI NAIR

SMT JYOTHI MOHAN &DISCIPLES

SMT GAYATRI SUBRAMANIAN &DISCIPLES

SMT SAILAJA DESAI & SMT SUMAN BADAMI

SANJUKTHA WAGH & DISCIPLES

ANKUR BHALLAL & SMITHALAY DANCE COMPANY

SMT GEETA VENKATESHWAR & DISCIPLES

SMT SUSHAMA GOPINATH WITH ROHIT GOPINATH

& OTHER DISCIPLES

SMT PADMINI RADHAKRISHNAN &DISCIPLES

SMT   LATASANADEVI

 

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CHENNAI: To mark International Dance Day on April 29, Utsav Music, in association with The Times of India and Krishna Gana Sabha, has been celebrating the doyens of classical dance by conferring on them the title ‘Utsav Nritya Ratna’ every year. This year, the title will be bestowed on legendary Bharatanatyam exponent C V Chandrasekhar.
 

Bharatanatyam dancer, scholar and academician Chandrasekhar began his career in 1947 when there were hardly any male classical dancers on the scene. Over the years, the title has been bestowed on Vyjayanthimala Bali, Padma Subrahmanyam, The Dhananjayans, Chitra Viswanathan and Lakshmi Viswanathan. The celebrations have brought together artists of various classical dance forms on a single stage.
 

 

The performances this year include Bharatanatyam by Priyadarshini Govind, Kuchipudi by Bhavana Reddy and Kathak by Sanjukta Sinha, who is also Sangeet Natak Akademi’s Yuva Puraskar awardee from Ahmedabad. Priyadarshini Govind, one of the most celebrated Bharatanatyam dancers today, has been trained under stalwarts such as S K Rajarathnam Pillai and Kalanidhi Narayanan. Bhavana Reddy is an acclaimed Delhi-based Kuchipudi dancer with a career spanning over two decades. As one of India’s leading Kathak dancers, Sanjukta Sinha has performed solo, in ensembles as well as in collaborations with leading international names.
 

 

The event will be held at Krishna Gana Sabha at 6.30pm. Complimentary invites will be available at The Times of India office, Kochar Towers, 19 Venkatanarayana Road, T Nagar, on a first come, first served basis from 10am to 6pm.
 


 

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