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  • Mudgal is an expert in the curvaceous, fluid technique of odissi, while Valli is a leading practitioner of the sharper, well-defined movements of bharatanatyam.

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  • She spends much of her time on homework, in class or taking breaks to study violin and the Indian dance, bharatanatyam.

    How Indians Spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S at the Bee

  • South Indian music is often conceived to accompany the bharatanatyam, the region's primary classical dance style.

    Music-Mad Month

  • Although trained in bharatanatyam, the classical dance of South India, Bhattacharya has produced a body of work that merges that ancient dance form with contemporary dance.

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  • But Bhattacharya also uses bharatanatyam mudras specific finger positionings to convey ritual in her piece.

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  • This performance will fuse two distinct dance styles: bharatanatyam, from the southern part of India, and kathak, from the north.

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  • Besides, three poor children practising bharatanatyam would be provided financial support for conducting their arangetram, Dr. Maheswari said.

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  • Pada, who lives in Erin Mills, says it'll be nice to celebrate the anniversary with a grand showcase of bharatanatyam, the classical dance form of India that's celebrated for its sophistication, subtlety and stylization.

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  • The cultural programme presented by students included bharatanatyam, light music and a play.

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  • Anandavalli is an internationally-renowned teacher of bharatanatyam and kuchipudi, with a career spanning over 38 years.

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