Course in Kathak Dance

Amrapaali Kala Peeth
In New Delhi

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  • Course
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    1 Day

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
New Delhi
615, Pocket-13 Phase-1 manglapuri, Dwarka, New Delhi-110045, 110045, Delhi, India
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Course programme

Kathak dance has a proud historical storyline running for hundreds of years. Kathak means Story teller. This dance shape belongs to North India. Just as Bharat Natyam is totally interrelated to south India, Kathak is correspondingly connected with North India. It is a dance that is performed by both male in addition to female. The beginning of Kathak is based upon fabulous tales told by story tellers by c arrying harmonious instruments in addition to dance in the primordial India. Temples in addition to shrines have a propensity to accommodate to those story tellers throughout old days. Kathak is recognized as a supple form of traditional dance. It does not go after any unbending regulations in addition to conventions. Kathak has multifaceted foot work which needs to be executed completely. Front back conduct of dance is a extravagance to the eyes. Cadenced variations over and over again settle on the suggestion of the dance movements. The indispensable musical cycle that is also known as talaa in relationship with jaatis or cadenced patterns determines the implementation of dance steps by the dancer. In technical terms Kathak is alienated into two main parts. The first part constitute of nrittaa in addition to abhinayaa whereas the second part has Tandaava in addition to Lasyaa. Ganeshaa Vandanaa is an significant part of Kathak dance which is carried out to offer tributes to Lord Ganesha. This meticulous chanting is performed using Amaada. Amaada also symbolize admission of the dancer on the theater. Kathak is a attention-grabbing form of traditional dance. Several sessions are conducted for teaching Kathak to willing students. The most excellent time to teach this art starts in early age.Today Bharata Natyam is one of the most accepted and extensively performed dance styles plus is practiced by male and female dancers all over India. Due to its wide range of movements and postures and the unprejudiced melange of the periodic and mimetic aspects lends itself well to experimental and fusion choreography.

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