A Vasavi and E Iswarya showcase their Kuchipudi talent

A Vasavi and E Iswarya showcase their Kuchipudi talent
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Outstanding dance performances were displayed by young artistes in the second day of ‘Vijayanagara Samrajya Kuchipudi Natya Kala Vibhavosthavalu’ organised by Akhilabharata Kuchipudi Natya Kalamandali, Kuchipudi in collaboration with ‘Padmabhushan’ Dr Vempati Chinnsatyam Kuchipudi, Chennai, in association with the Department of Language and Culture, Government of Andhra Pradesh at Sri Ghantasala V

Outstanding dance performances were displayed by young artistes in the second day of ‘Vijayanagara Samrajya Kuchipudi Natya Kala Vibhavosthavalu’ organised by Akhilabharata Kuchipudi Natya Kalamandali, Kuchipudi in collaboration with ‘Padmabhushan’ Dr Vempati Chinnsatyam Kuchipudi, Chennai, in association with the Department of Language and Culture, Government of Andhra Pradesh at Sri Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao Government Music and Dance College.

Visakhapatnam based dance artistes A Vasavi and E Iswarya showcased their skills in expressions and foot works for the dance items ‘Kanjadalayatakshi’ Kamakshi stuti and Annamacharya’s composition, “Kulukaga nadavare”. Similarly Pasumarthy Mrutyumjayudu also exhibited excellent performance and captured the audience with his body language for the item Prahlada Pattabhishekam. He also did well for the item “Paripala Ganadhipa” of Swatitirunal’s composition.

Padmabhushan’ Dr Vempati Chinasatyam Kuchipudi Kalashetram, Visakhapatnam presented the dance ballet ‘Sri Krishna Parijatam’. The ballet was originally choreographed maestro Dr Vempati Chinnasatyam and it was refined and presented by his disciple Bala. The story of the ballet is a very popular mythological story and communicates the message that devotion is important to win God instead of any other earthly wealth.

The ballet was well conceived and presented in the pattern of famous Kuchipudi kalapam duly ensuing the balance dance and drama. Each and every movement and dance features like expression were perfect. UV Swetha as Satyabhama extraordinarily presented the character and received laurels from the audience.

The coordination between the roles Sri Krishna and Narada were aptly portrayed by V Varshita and K Pratusha. As Rukmini, O swarnalatha exhibited polite expressions which were apt to the role. The chief guest of the meeting Dr B Rajagopal, the Regional Director, IGNOU said that the feasibility will be examined to start Kuchipudi dance in degree course from the next academic year. Golla Naryana Rao, Pasumarthi Kesava Prasad and others were on the dais.

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