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Sri K.Mojanan

Sri Vairamangalam

Sri Haripriya

Sri Djanardanan

My Arangetram in Vinayaka temple with the presence of such famous dancer of Bharatanatyam as Savitri, Hariprasad, Balagopalan, Chandrashekhar, Sharada Hoffman, Djanardanan, Kamala Rani, Djagadishan, Krishaveni Lakshmanan etc.

Sri Balagopalan

Sri Krisnamurti

Sri Vijayalakshmi and Jolsana

 

Kalakshetra

Kalakshetra is a cultural academy dedicated to the preservation of traditional values in art of India, especially in the field of Bharatanatyam dance and music Gandharvaveda. The academy was founded in January 1936 by Rukmini Devi Arundale. Arundale Under the direction of the institution achieved national and international recognition for its unique style and perfection. In 1962, Kalakshetra moved to a new campus in Besant Nagar, Chennai, India.
In January 1994, an Act of Parliament of India recognized the Kalakshetra Foundation as an "Institute of national importance"


 

Raqia Hassan

Raks Sharqi

Belly dance is a dance that combines traditional elements with other Middle East North Africa.
In Arabic it is known as Raqs Sharqi ("eastern dance" or "oriental dance"). It is also sometimes referred to as Raqs baladi (dance "national" or "folk"). Raks Baladi dance is a very basic and virtually no movement mainly hip movements. The evolution of this dance is called belly dance or Raks Sharki in Egypt.
Raqia Hassan's most famous choreographer and teacher of Raks Sharki.