Based on materials from the Mohan Khokar Dance Collection 
e-mail: khokar1960@gmail.com
 
 
Sitara, Tara and Travels of Dance (Books)

 
Oceans and mountains of dance

 
Of critics and editors

 
Modern Indian dance

 
Contemporary Indian Dance

 
Gender equality in Kuchipudi

 
Baroda makes Bharatanatyam national

 
Purush: Male Moves through the century

 
Ancient traditions, Modern banis

 
Of banis and gharanas

 
Tara Chaudhri - Pavlova of the Punjab!

 
Dancer - choreographer Valmiki Bannerjee: 20th century genius

 
Subbudu

 
Uma Sharma

 
A Century of Indian Dance & Purusha in USA-Italy

 
Raja and Radha Reddy

 
ICCR presents
A Century of Indian Dance: 1901-2000
The Mohan Khokar Dance Collection


 
The role and contribution of pioneering gurus and foreigners  
in the revival of classical Indian dances (1900s-50s)

 
Guru Aloka Panikar: Orissi Odyssey
 
Pratap Pawar: Global Guru of Kathak
 
Guru Deba Prasad Das: Guru of Global Orissi
 
Guru Gangadhar Pradhan: A complete Guru
 
Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra: Orissi's Grand Master
 
Guru Mayadhar Raut
 
Guru Pankaj Charan Das: Fountainhead of Orissi 
     - Responses

 
Guru CV Chandrasekhar
 
Guru MK Saroja: True bhakta of Bharatanatyam
 
Madame Menaka
 
Shanta Rao
 
Guru Gopalakrishnan - Kusum
 
Mohan Khokar:  Pioneering scholar-collector-historian 
     - Responses

 
Vidwan Guru Muthukumaran Pillai:  
Stalwart and saint of Bharatanatyam 
     - Responses

 
E Krishna Iyer: Saviour and servitor of Bharatanatyam
 
Nala Najan 
     - Responses

 
Gracious Guru Maya Rao 
     - Responses

 
Yog Sunder: A true Prince of Dance 
     - Responses

 
Pavlova and her India links
 
The Shawns of America! 
Parents of modern dance

 
Rukmini Devi's Arangetram
 
1958: The first National Dance Seminar 
     - Responses

 
Kathak Samraat Shambhu Maharaj
 
Legendary Kathakali pioneer Guru Gopinath 
     - Responses