26 March 2014 In Bharatanatyam

Bharatanatyam dance is a classical dance form having its roots in South India. Centuries before, the dance was practised by just a few sections of the society. Today, it’s a world famous dance with several Indians and foreigners eagerly learning this art. This demanding art, however, requires years of practice to make one ace performer. Its detail movements and precise postures could at times be daunting unless one is partnered with the right teacher. The role of a teacher or a choreographer is, thus, very crucial in Bharatanatyam.

26 March 2014 In Bharatanatyam

The Indian dance form Bharatanatyam has worldwide prominence and it is an oldest dance in existence having retained several of its mudras and elements since centuries. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate dancer, Bharatanatyam is a dance form that at all stages requires perfection. Besides being a traditional and cultural education, it demands disciples to possess steadfast commitment towards the art. Starting the practice of this art right from the tender age has immense advantages. In our Bharatanatyam class, children get trained in the nuances of body postures, mudras etc. at a very young age. It indeed helps them perfect the expressions and by the time of their teenage or adulthood, they could emerge as an accomplished dancer.