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Promoter of Indian Classical Music in various professionals like Doctors Architects Businessmen by creating different Theam Based Concerts.

Mr. Chandrashekhar phanse

Fine exponent of the Odissi form of Indian Classical Dance. A disciple of the late Padmavibhu¬shan Guru Shri Kelucharan Mohapatra, Shubhada Varadkar is recipient of Senior Fellowship by Ministry of Culture; Governmentof India.She is an ‘A’ grade National artiste for Indian television (Doordarshan) and empanelled artiste of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi.

Mrs. Shubhada Varadkar

Gauri Sharma Tripathi trained in the classical tradition of Kathak, which she learned from her guru and mother Padma Sharma. As artist-in-residence at the Southbank Centre, London (where she is also a curator of Alchemy and the Women of the World festivals), she has brought a strong South Asian presence to the UK arts scene.

Gauri Sharma Tripathi

Kuchipudi performance at Kalabharathi, Visakhapatnam, on World Dance Day, April 29, 2010, holds special significance on more than one count. Srimayi's performance was on the occasion of the felicitation to her Guru and father-in-law, Dr Vempati Chinna Satyam, by AP Government, VAADA, VSSS, and Suvarna Pooja by his disciples and students.

Vempati Srimayi

I dance.. to experience that romance of movement - to reach the pinnacle of intoxication where realisation fails me, if i am dancing or dance is moving me.

Vaibhav Arekar

Kalashree Sunanda Nair, is one the leading exponents of Mohini Attam in the country today. She is the disciple of the noted Mohini Aattam exponent Padmabhushan Dr.(Smt.) Kanak Rele who is responsible for the structured growth and establishing this art form as a classical dance style.

Kalashree Sunanda Nair

Born in Manipur, Latasana Devi was initiated into Manipuri dance at the age of eight. She received her early training at the prestigious Manipuri Nartanalaya, Imphal, under the guidance of Guneswari Devi. In 1980 she began intensive training with the renouned Guru Bipin Singh, Darshana Jhaveri, and Kalavati Devi in Kolkata.

Latasana Devi

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