nritya arpana

Indian Classical Dance: Nritya Arpana

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The Sarvavidya Natyaalaya (SVN), a Bharatanatyam dance school based in
Lenasia, is proud to present Nritya Arpana: an offering of classical dance.
This fundraiser concert, a celebration of the beauty and intricacy of this
stylised art form, will take place on 2 March 2013 at 5:30pm sharp at the
Gandhi Hall, Lenasia. Tickets are R80 per person, please call 082 491 4376
for tickets, or alternatively purchase at the door. All proceeds will go to
fund students travelling to the Montenegro Dance Festival where they will
be representing Indian Dance as part of team South Africa.

The Montenegro Dance Festival is an opportunity to show and share our
heritage and learn about other cultures. The concept of Montenegro Dance
Festival is to unite all people, regardless of the social, cultural or
racial backgrounds.

Participants will compete and show their skills in various styles of dance,
which include: ballet or classical dance, hip-hop, folk or traditional
dance, acrobatic dance and many other styles. The festival is also set up
as a competition where judges will look at both choreography and costume.

Please support our fundraiser, Nritya Arpana: an offering of classical
dance, which will enable 15 dancers from Sarvavidya Natyaalaya to travel to this festival.

Sarvavidya Natyaalaya is a non-profit company established by Anusha Pillay,
Reshma Chhiba and Panna Bhaga in May 2010. Please support us and take pride
in our wonderful Indian heritage.

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About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.