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The twirls and the spins

The twirls and the spins Bengaluru, May 13,2015, DHNS: It is no secret that Pandit Birju Maharaj has changed how one views and appreciates kathak. With graceful and lithe moves, he has never failed to awe his audience. So it doesn't come as a ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

The dance within

As the Sangeet Natak Akademi's Festival of Yoga in the context of performing and visual arts continues, classical artists share their perspective with Anjana Rajan While the enormous display of people executing yoga postures (asanas) on the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Yogic zing adds spring to Happy Streets

LUCKNOW: Street filled with people in vibrant, colorful attires and an array of games and fun activities, it was no less than a grand fair for Birju. The abandoned 12-year-old boy sat with poise and followed all steps do the yoga aasans following ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Agonised parent pleads with CLAT schools: Rectifying an omission is better than commissioning injustice

A CLAT-aspirant's parent, who has requested anonymity, has written an open letter pleading with the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) committee members to correct incorrect questions. As everyone is aware, CLAT 2015 is mired under controversy and ...
 Legally India3 weeks ago

Angry CLATers open letter: 135 out of 150 questions plagiarised, but managed to get 20 answers wrong, allege bias

This is in continuation of the previous open letter written by us . After we pointed out 22 genuine errors in the question paper, the CLAT authorities with-held the result and appointed an expert committee to look upon the errors. We were a bit ...
 Legally India3 weeks ago

Dance, dance, dance

In this ambitious book, Leela Venkataraman delivers a detailed account and perspective of the rebirth of Indian classical dance — called Neo Classical by Dr. Kapila Vatsyayan — from the 1930s to half a century later. The title suggests a total ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago Dance first, think later  Millennium Post2 months ago

Queen of 'abhinaya'

Mastering expressions sedately, movements nurtured to match reality, exude immense composure in a kathak dancer. Such mastery comes easy to kathak exponent and Sangeet Natak Akademi recipient Saswati Sen. As Pandit Birju Maharaj’s disciple for ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Classical Culture's Last Gasp; Do Bollywood, chicken tikka only display our soft power?

By Pavan K Varma Even as we remain obsessed with the din of politics and our daily avalanche of municipal concerns, there is a sub terranean issue of great import for our ancient civilisation that is escaping almost everybody's attention: Is India ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago

Singing in the rain

Chitra Swaminathan traces the bond between monsoon and music As the clouds play hide-and-seek, you long to hear the raindrops fall. You wait to be embraced by the soothing cool breeze and yearn to inhale the heavenly scent of petrichor. It's like ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Happy birthday Sunil Dutt: 5 films in which we fell in love with you

His effervescence and friendliness was a measure of his humility, rare qualities that won him scores of friends and fans across generations. Undoubtedly, veteran actor and politician Sunil Dutt is one of those few personalities in Bollywood who's ...
 Hindustan Times4 weeks ago
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