Sun, Aug 23 | On Youtube @Nurpur Arts

Mohiniattam for Nartan Online Series

Shalini Shivashankar along with Daniella Zak Varghese will be presenting Ramasaptham for Nartan Online Series hosted by Nupur Arts Dance Academy. Tune in and get immersed in the retelling of the tale of the virtuous Lord Rama.
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Time & Location

Aug 23, 2020, 6:00 PM GMT+1
On Youtube @Nurpur Arts

About The Event

Originally known as Sadir, Bharatanatyam is the most ancient and widely practiced of classical dances in South India and has its origin in Tamil Nadu. It is based on the Natya Shastra, the gospel of classical Indian dance. The term Bharatanatyam is considered to be derived from the four syllables, BHAVA (expression), RAGA (music), THALA (rhythm) and NATYAM (dramatic art). It has undergone a lot of change over the centuries but is still deeply rooted in the spiritual heritage of India. In the first half of the 19th century Bharatanatyam was redefined by the contributions of four talented brothers known as the Tanjore Quartet. 

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