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#PrayBeQuiet | Silence please: Message is loud and clear, but Kanwariyas don't get it
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#PrayBeQuiet | Silence please: Message is loud and clear, but ...

Music blasting from giant speakers way past midnight and a group of men dancing to Bollywood songs — this is what Delhiites in many parts of the city are usually faced with during the Kanwar season in July, when saffron-clad Kanwariyas halt in the ... DNA, 1 week ago

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In which direction is India headed?

'The Dancing Girl is only one of the many symbols they threaten today.''Our country is changing.''Elements that ought to have remained on the fringes have been handed power and control of a state on a platter.''With this, the party that persistently wooed us with its development agenda has arrogantly taken its mask off,' says Veenu Sandhu. I must have been in Class VI when I met the Dancing Girl for the first time. It was the history period and we were waiting for the teacher to turn up.
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From the dance of creation to the dust of death

Shiva symbolises a philosophy and worldview that is terrifying and yet life affirming.
 DNA2 months ago
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PM unveils 112-ft bust of 'Adiyogi' Shiva; extols Yoga

IMAGE: The 112-feet iconic statue of Adiyogi Lord Shiva that was unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Isha Foundation in Coimbatore on the occasion of Maha Shivratri on Friday. All Photographs: PTI Photo Extolling the ancient Indian discipline of Yoga, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for efforts to protect nature and mould human activities to bring them in sync with ecological surroundings. He also termed unity in diversity as the speciality and strength of the Indian ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago PM Modi to unveil 112- feet-high Shiva idol at Coimbatore on Feb 24  Mathrubhumi2 months ago

J-K: Government organises Baisakhi Mela to attract tourists

[India], Apr 19 (ANI): The Government of Jammu and Kashmir, with an aim to attract tourists on religious basis and provide employment to the locals, has organized a seven-day Baisakhi Mela in Billawer area of Kathua district. The state government promoted the ...
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'Danda Nata' fest underway in Ganjam

The 21-day seasonal folk dance festival 'Danda Nata' is underway in the villages and towns of Ganjam district. The festival, which marks the worship of Shiva and Shakti, comes at the end of long walks which devotees undertake as a form of penance. Thousands ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Aishwaryaa's special performance at UN on Women's Day

The rhythm and music of Bharatanatyam reverberated at the UN headquarters as renowned Indian classical dancer Aishwaryaa R Dhanush performed here on the occasion of International Women's Day, celebrating womanhood and underscoring the message of gender ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Aishwaryaa Dhanush's special performance at UN on Women's Day  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Dancer Uday Shankar was not technically perfect: Raja Reddy

Indian classical dance greats Uday Shankar and Raja Reddy have been weighed against each other time and again, but the latter has never liked the comparison and says, "Uday Shankar was not technically perfect". "Uday Shankar was not a dancer, he was actually a painter. He took up dancing only after a ballerina in London suggested him to do so. And that is when he started tableau, but he was not technically perfect," says Reddy. He has a similar opinion about the comparisons made between the ...
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Travel calendar: Places to visit in March

From Mathura to Udaipur, we tell you the places to head to this month.  Come March and both Indians (and foreigners alike) wait for Holi, the festival of colours. Almost every city in India -- especially the ones in North India -- celebrates Holi. But have you witnessed the traditional festivities in Vrindavan or experienced a cultural Holi in Shantiniketan, Kolkata?   This year, Holi on a Monday and it gives you the opportunity to enjoy a long weekend.  Also there's the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Bollywood dance has lost its charm: Raja Reddy

Times when youngsters are swooning over Bollywood dance style, and training hard to imitate the stars, celebrated Kuchipudi dancer Raja Reddy says the dance in films has lost its charm. "Bollywood dance is not what it was used to be. Now they choose and pick ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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