Later the three dancers — Joykrishnan, Vinita and Shweta — were conferred with the titled Atulya Nritya Pratibha by Girish Gandhi.
They were conferred with plaques of honour — of Bala Nritya Pratibha for children up to 15 years, Yuva Nritya Pratibha for 15 to 25-year-olds and Nritya Shreshtha Pratibha for above 25-year-olds.Later the evening, much to the delight of the audience, was laced with performances by professional artistes.
Nagpur: Dancers of repute and promise set the stage alight as they presented some scintillating and mesmerizing classical dances on the opening day of the three-day All-India Classical Dance Festival ‘Pratibhotsavam 2019’ at Shri Sai Sabhagruh, Shankar Nagar, on Friday.
The little star beautifully performed her piece, with vigour, rhythm and technique.
Joykrishnan performed Keralanadanam which is an evolved form of Kathakali while Srinandan mesmerized with Mohiniyattam, whose name literally means dance of enchantress.
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