DANCE "Nrithyathi 2018" a 2 day Dance Festival > 6:30pm on 11th & 12th December 2018

Venue : Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House
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Time : 6:30 pm Add to Calendar 11/12/2018 18:30 12/12/2018 20:00 Asia/Kolkata DANCE "Nrithyathi 2018" a 2 day Dance Festival Event Page : Auditorium, Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi - 110001 DD/MM/YYYY

Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served basis)

Venue : Auditorium, Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi - 110001
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Event Description : DANCE "Nrithyathi 2018" a 2 day Dance Festival of Mohiniyattam, Kathak, Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi and Odissi

Schedule : 

11 December 2018

Kalamandalam Aswathy
Kalamandalam Aswathy ( Aswathy Sankar Lal ) is a well-known dancer and a choreographer in the field of Mohiniyattam. She is acknowledged for her style of performance, adhering to the tradition, enriched by innovations in craft and content. Her early dance studies started at the age of five under Guru Kalamandalam Seema and she pursued Mohiniyattam in prestigious Kerala Kalamandalam. She continued the journey of Mohiniyattam under eminent Mohiniyattam exponents like Guru. Kalamandalam Leelama, Kalamandalam Kshemavathy, Kalamandalam Hymavathy and Kalamandalam Rajalakshmi. She has been awarded various accolades and scholarships from Ministry of Culture and Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy.

Yamika Mahewas
Introduced to dance at a tender age and ever since she is being trained in Kathak under the
guidance of Padma Vibhushan Pt. Birju Maharaj and Vidhushi Malti Shyam, a celebrated
performer and choreographer. Her style particularly gives importance to grace, elegance and natural expressions in the dance. Yamika has also received a scholarship from the Central Government of India to advance her studies in Kathak. Her performances are well appreciated for the subtle moods, graceful movements with sparkling footwork.

Arupa Lahiry
Her search for excellence in her art took her to the legendary dancer-guru Smt. Chitra Visweswaran in Chidambaram Academy of Performing Arts, Chennai and she has been a ardent practitioner for last 17 years. A senior scholarship from the Department of Culture, Government of India further enabled her to do so. A soloist of reckon, she has gone on to prove her mettle in conducting workshops and performing at major festivals and sabhas, nationally and internationally. She has been awarded fellowships by TATA Group and the Ministry of Culture, to work on various aspects of Bharatanatyam.

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Bhavana Reddy 
Is an acclaimed Kuchipudi Dancer, younger daughter and disciple of legendary
dancing couple Padmabhushans Drs. Raja Radha and Kaushalya Reddy. She is the
recipient of
Sangeet Natak Akademi’s Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar. Since the tender age of four, she
has completely dedicated herself to the sacred art of Kuchipudi and she is now a teacher at
Delhi’s premiere performing arts institute Natya Tarangini. In her career spanning over two
decades, Bhavana has toured and performed in various acclaimed platforms. Bhavana is
praised for her uninhibited Abhinaya, terrific rhythm sense and arresting stage presence no
matter the character she is given.

Shalakha Rai
Is an emerging talent in the field of Indian classical dance. Shalakha has been learning
Odissi under Guru  Madhavi Mudgal  and has 
performed on numerous occasions as part of her guru’s troupe both in India and abroad and
is a promising soloist. She has been a recipient of the scholarship instituted by the Sahitya
Kala Parishad, and is an empanelled artiste of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and

Mohit Shridhar
Is considered as a promising young performer in Kathak today. Mohit started his training
since childhood from his father Shri Kamal Shridhar. Later he took professional training from
his guru Pt. Rajendra Kumar Gangani in Kathak Kendra New Delhi and he hold a post
graduate diploma in Kathak. Mohit's performances are well credited for abstract
choreography, brisk foot works and chakras. He has performed in solo and been a part of
choreographies of various prominent Gurus. Mohit has also availed opportunity to work with
Kathak Kendara Repertory. He is a recipient of scholarships under the Ministry of Culture and Sahitya Kala Parshad.

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