Welcome to the first in a series
of intimate first -person sharings from dancer daughters.
and determined women take time to acknowledge the
contribution their mothers
made in the shaping and making of their dance careers. As
with all mothers,
the supervision went much further than the dance studio and
Meenakshi Chittaranjan, Bharatanatyam
dancer and guru, inaugurates our monthly column on the women
us who stood by us until the end... our mothers!
Enjoy and send us your comments.
Anita R Ratnam
To Mother, with love
- Srinidhi Chidambaram
Spontaneous, yet measured
- Chitra Chandrasekhar Dasarathy
Blessed to be the daughter of Jayalakshmi
- Urmila Sathyanarayanan
My mother, My dance
- Jothi Raghavan
The journey continues
- Malavika Sarukkai
Oh, how I miss you!
- Ananda Shankar Jayant
Iím also coming!
- Rama Vaidyanathan
- Ramli Ibrahim
Mother and daughter or daughter and mother?
- Aniruddha Knight
She showed me the way
- Vinay Kumar
Parvati, my rock!
- Geeta Chandran
My mother is my Rock of Gibraltar
- Alarmel Valli
rain to restÖ: A tribute to N. Nagalakshmi
- Ramaa Bharadvaj
- Deepa Shivananda, Bangalore
Azhaikaadha Uyir Illayae
- Sweta Ravisankar
- Madhu Nataraj, Bangalore
- Ileana Citaristi, Bhubaneswar
my dearest mother
- Jhelum Paranjape, Mumbai
Indrani: September 19, 1930 - February 5, 1999
- Sukanya Rahman
- Roja Kannan, Chennai
- Chitra Visweswaran, Chennai
- Vasumathi Badrinathan, Mumbai
could not be everywhere so he created Mothers
- Meenakshi Chittaranjan, Chennai