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© www.stockimagebank.com    Bharata Natyam is a classical dance form from the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, practiced predominantly in modern times by women. The dance is usually accompanied by classical Carnatic music.It dates back to 1000 B.C. [1] Its inspirations come from the sculptures of the ancient temple of Chidambaram. It was codified and documented as a performing art in the 19th century by four brothers known as the Tanjore Quartet.

© www.stockimagebank.com Bharata Natyam is a classical dance form from the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, practiced predominantly in modern times by women. The dance is usually accompanied by classical Carnatic music.It dates back to 1000 B.C. [1] Its inspirations come from the sculptures of the ancient temple of Chidambaram. It was codified and documented as a performing art in the 19th century by four brothers known as the Tanjore Quartet.

Movement has long pervaded Indian thought. Dance here is a vivid element in religion, mythology, philosophy and art.   Nrityagram is a village completely given over to the pursuit of dance. The village’s company, the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble, is a lustrous exemplar of Odissi, one of India’s classical dance forms.

Movement has long pervaded Indian thought. Dance here is a vivid element in religion, mythology, philosophy and art. Nrityagram is a village completely given over to the pursuit of dance. The village’s company, the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble, is a lustrous exemplar of Odissi, one of India’s classical dance forms.

Teacher Rama Suresh goes over some of the intricate moves of classical Indian dance with her pupils during a recent session at Jazzercise, 7010A North University Street in Peoria.

Teacher Rama Suresh goes over some of the intricate moves of classical Indian dance with her pupils during a recent session at Jazzercise, 7010A North University Street in Peoria.

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