‘Dance is a way to surrender to the almighty’

  • | Thursday | 23rd January, 2020

By Express News ServiceKOCHI: Odissi exponent Kavita Dwibedi considers her dance as a way to surrender herself at the feet of the almighty. Daughter of Odissi maestro Guru Hare Krishna Behera, Kavita has been practising dance for the past 30 years. She was in the city on Tuesday to perform at the ongoing Nishagandhi dance festival in Kanakakunnu Palace. Even though Kavita had earlier visited the city to take part in the dance festival in 2012, this was her first solo performance in the capital. The solo recital, ‘Abhinaya-Ahstapadi’ depicted Radha’s love for Lord Krishna whereas ‘Dasavatar’, a group performance, showcased the 10 avatars of Lord Vishnu.

Read Full Article Here

If You Like This Story, Support NYOOOZ

NYOOOZ SUPPORTER

NYOOOZ FRIEND

Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations.


Stay updated with all the Latest Kochi headlines here. For more exclusive & live news updates from all around India, stay connected with NYOOOZ.

Related Articles