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Narthaki Monthly Newsletter

March 2022

An imaginary interview with Guru Gopinath - Part 8
- Tapati Chowdhurie
After we settled in Madras, we composed few dance dramas in Tamil for our programs, so we were invited for most exhibitions held in the state.

What’s age got to do with it
- Rupa Srikanth
A spirited performance from Sudharani Raghupathy.

Taking Kathakali to the West
V. Kaladharan
A tribute to Indian art enthusiast Milena Salvini, who passed away recently.

Stepping out of the comfort zone
- Arijit Basu
African-American Mark Brown who began to learn Odissi and Bharatanatyam in his early forties has earned quite a name for himself in the Indian diaspora in the US.

Rahul Acharya, an Odissi exponent who wins hearts hands down
- Sandip Soparrkar
Rahul Acharya is a Bhubaneshwar based Odissi dancer and a renowned scholar who has won many awards and rewards.

Pramila Vasudevan receives United States Artists Fellowship for elevating and amplifying underrepresented voices
St. Paul, Minnesota-based Indian American dancer is the founder and artistic director of Aniccha Arts, an experimental arts group.

Go with the animal flow
- Barkha Shah
Swetha Devraj aka Sweaty Swetha is a globe trotter and has been passionately training people in animal flow workouts. A ground-based bodyweight movement, this system was developed by Mike Fitch from the US.

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