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Narthaki Monthly Newsletter

September 2022
SANCHARI.. More on the arts

Hamstrung by the pandemic, Indian dancers are exploring a new creative frontier: dance films
- Malini Nair
An explosion of cinematic creativity has marked the Indian dance scene, with the lens and the editing table acting as co-choreographers.

Some old, some new
- Harish Bal
'Naman' showed how dancers are redefining the Odissi repertoire.

IIIT-Hyderabad set to digitise Indian classical dance forms
- Telangana Today
The idea is to preserve Indian classical dance forms such as Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kathak and so on in a 4D digitised format.

When the chariots rolled out
- V.V. Ramani
Natyarangam's Uthsava Bharatham festival began with dancers presenting the Arupathumoovar and Srirangam processions.

Temples & dance history: The who, what, when and where of Kathak
- Sharon Lowen
In temples that the authors visited, they saw performers who were able to interact and improvise with the devotees to expound the stories.

Dancers must embrace inclusivity
Interview with Geeta Chandran.

Sutra Foundation presents 'Dancers at Large'
Sutra Foundation will be presenting its "Dancers at Large" performance this August under its Sutra Dance Outreach Programme.

Ashtanayika under the spotlight
- V.V. Ramani
Laasya Narasimhachari introduced each nayika through simple stances..

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