- Abhinaya - The most relevant and contemporary of our repertoire
Back then in the 90s, it was pure dance movements that impressed me the
most - the stretch of those long arms, the aramandi, the rhythms, the
dramatic poses….all the aspects of dance that impress teenagers.
- Origin of Gotipua Parampara
The tradition of boys being dressed as girls and performing abhinaya in praise of Lord Jagannath was named as 'Gotipua' dance.
- More than Dance
What dance education at Natya Vriksha did for me.
- Guru-Shishya Parampara: Then vs. Now
There have always been profound discussions on the difference between a teacher and a guru.
- Dance as a way of life
-Kavita Kanan Chandra
The dynamic and ancient dance tradition of Bali is an integral part of the religious and artistic tenor of the Balinese people.
- Traditionally ours
Lavani, once a revered dance form and then obscured by frivolity and societal stigma, is coming out of the shadows.
- Jayantika : Archaeology and imagination in the Reincarnation of Odissi : Part One
My intention here involves nothing more ambitious than an attempt to
clear up for myself the workings of a certain congeries of factors that
went into the reincarnation of Odissi.
- Connecting to community and culture
U.K. opens up number of spaces to train and teach Bharatanatyam for aspirants.
- United colours of Theyyam
Mappila Theyyam pushes religious boundaries to celebrate art.
- Dance in the age of multimedia
Recent events have put the cursor on how rasa resonates in the light of technology.
- A dance historian's notes on how the Natyashastra was mastered
-Dr. Sunil Kothari
Translations of the Natyashastra have also appeared in Gujarati, Marathi and Hindi.
- How Tholpavakoothu has taken over contemporary spaces
Tholpavakoothu, a centuries-old shadow puppetry tradition inherent to Kerala, has been feeling the winds of change.
- Heritage of Indian manuscript tradition
National Museum is a treasure for manuscripts and ancient written
records. Handwritten manuscripts numbering 14,000 from various provinces
were acquired by the National Museum.
- Empress of artistry
On the 101st birth anniversary of Balasaraswati, seniors recall what made the queen of Bharatanatyam great.