Bharatanatyam

Alarmel Valli - Bharatanatyam at BVB utsavArangetrum-Saroja V's disciples -2008-08-09-0050World Dance Day - Natya Vriksha Young dancers festival 2011Arangetrum-Saroja V's disciples -2008-08-09-0033Alarmel Valli - Bharatanatyam at BVB utsavWorld Dance Day - Natya Vriksha Young dancers festival 2011
Malavika Sarukkai's Shakti ShaktimaanAnanya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and GroupAnanya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and GroupWorld Dance Day - Natya Vriksha Young dancers festival 2011Malavika Sarukkai's Shakti ShaktimaanMalavika Sarukkai's Shakti Shaktimaan
Dr. Sandhya Purecha and disciples @ Parampara festival - TrailokyamGuru Purnima - Dance tributesArangetram - Praneeta ChaudharyAlarmel Valli - Bharatanatyam at BVB utsavAnanya 2010 - Day 2 - Natya Vriksha - Geeta ChandranAnanya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and Group
Ananya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and GroupAnanya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and GroupAnanya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and GroupAnanya 2011 - Bharatanatyam by Priya Venkataraman and GroupIndus World School, INDIAWorld Dance Day - Natya Vriksha Young dancers festival 2011

Bharatanatyam, a set on Flickr.

Bharata Natyam or Bharatanatyam (Tamil: பரதநாட்டியம்) is a classical dance form originating in Tamil Nadu, India.

Natyam is usually accompanied by the classical music. It has its inspirations from the sculptures of the ancient temple of Chidambaram. Bharata Natyam comes from the words Bhava (Expression), Raga (Music), Tala (Rhythm) and Natya (Classic Indian Musical Theatre). Today, it is one of the most popular and widely performed dance styles and is practiced by many dancers all over the world.

I have had the privilege of capturing very eminent artists and gurus including Smt Vijayantimala bali, Malavika surukkai, Alarmel Valli, Saroja Vaidyanathan, Geeta chandran and many young and brilliant performers who will carry the torch for long time to come… enjoy..

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