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Dive into the world of Indian mythology

first_imgShriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra will be treating dance lovers with phenomenal dance performances by maestros from across the country. Three dance styles will narrate the stories of Hindu goddess Durga, Mahabharata character Abhimanyu, medieval saint-poet Meera, and of a dance form Odissi itself. ‘Kendra Dance Festival’ will be held on May 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8, 2019, at Kamani Auditorium, from 7 pm to 8.30 pm. Passes and invitations will be available April 22 onward at Kendra, 1, Copernicus Marg. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIf you are willing to attend the dance extravaganza, take a look at the schedule and book your tickets today.May 1 Shree Durga: When Gods give boons they themselves become victims of these boons and it is then that they invoke Shree Shakti; Feminine power to vanquish demons in society, demonstrating that female power conquers over the several mindless demons of society. Production and Direction: Shobha Deepak Singh May 2 Abhimanyu, whose story of youthful enthusiasm and selfless valour, torn asunder by vested interests and vicious hostilities, is the root of any injustice that we all feel acutely, but in different ways. Abhimanyu leaves his mortal remains and ascends the celestial path. He imparts the lesson that violence is useless in settling any dispute. There are no winners but desolation in any battle. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveProduction and Direction: Shobha Deepak Singh May 3 and 4 Meera’s glory lay in her ability to articulate through poetry, the turbulence that transpired in her life. Her life seems to be a metaphor for most women. Wherever Meera went, she spread the message of liberation and urged an inner awakening, through the effervescence of her poetry. Production and Direction: Shobha Deepak SinghMay 8 ‘Odissi on High’ will showcase the magic of Malaysia’s Ramli Ibrahim’s excellence as choreographer, dancer and costume designer, who translates the Odissi dance form into an intoxicating celebration with his troupe of artists, who carry the traditional Odissi dance form into a contemporary crescendo. Artistic Direction: Datuk Ramli Ibrahim and Guru Bichitrananda Swainlast_img read more