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vanaja, indian lifestyle

Set in rural South India, a place where social barriers are built stronger than fort walls, VANAJA explores the chasm that divides classes as a young girl struggles to come of age.

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The Dhananjayan’s

indian dance south africa

The Dhananjayans are an anomaly, a slice-of-life, quiet moment in the lives of 2 wonderfully interesting personalities, who share an art together and bring joy to their audience in doing so.

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South African Indian dance choreographer Jayespree Moopen is taking Indian classical dance to bold new levels. Her distinct style has come full circle in the dance performance Tribhangi – an afro-indo dance/music spectacular which leaves you thrilled from start to finish, resulting in a new genre of dance blended with true African rhythm which defies all categorization of bastardised art. Moopen’s departure from the classical to the contemporary is innovative and daring, and is paving the way for a new a generation of choreographers and dancers.

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