A Solo Bharatanatyam performance “Krishna Leela” by Vidhushi Veena C Seshadri

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A Solo Bharatanatyam performance “Krishna Leela” by Vidhushi Veena C SeshadriOn the occasion of Krishna Janmastami Vidhushi Veena C Seshadri Presents “Krishna Leela” A Solo Bharatanatyam performance Invoking and glorifying Lord Krishna’s acts and words that preaches supreme to sublime love, wisdom, and intellect to humanity.

When: September 4 Time: 7 pm Venue: Stein Auditorium, IHC, Lodhi Road.

Akshara Theatre presents Alice and Krishna in Wonderland, a funny, quirky take on Lewis Carroll’s eccentric tales Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass and some Krishna stories. The play will be presented by Vidya Parthasarathy as Alice and Arham Agarwal as Krishna, among others. Proceeds from the shows will be donated to Kerala Flood Relief efforts. When: September 1 and 8 Time: 5 pm Venue: Akshara Theatre, Baba Kharag Singh Marg.

To satisfy and pacify the gopis, Krishna started the Maharaas dance which is a spiritual experience. With his supreme powers, he multiplied his form so that each gopi felt that Krishna was at her side and dancing with her alone. Nritya Abhinaya (Kathak) celebrates Janamashtmi with the disciples of the Bhartiya Sangeet Sadan, Uma Sharma School of Dance and Music, which will feature Dr Uma Sharma’s Abhinaya based on Meera Bhajan, Vaari – Vaari Shyam Hoon Vaari. She will present a unique dance form that combines the traditional Raas of Brindaban with classical Kathak. Uma’s senior disciple, Radhika Shah also presents dances by Krishna with the milkmaid by Brindaban Kunjan Racho Raas Aali – Aali Ban Mali, Nirtat Sab Sakhi De Taali. When: Monday, September 3 Time: 6.30 pm Venue: India International Centre (IIC), Main Auditorium.

Writer: Team Viva

Courtesy: The Pioneer

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