Amrithavarshini | Bharatanatyam Choreography | Lakshmi Ramaswamy | Sri Mudhraalaya

This New Year we release a new trio choreography performed by Nivedita Raghavan, Dhivya Sri Lakshmi and Ananya Duvvuri. Muthuswamy Dikshitar sang this song to bring rains. Let there be rains of love and happiness showering on each of you.
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Dr. Lakshmi Ramaswamy:
Dr. Lakshmi Ramaswamy is a Bharatanatyam dancer, teacher and a choreographer. Her Bharatanatyam dance institution Sri Mudhraalaya is now 27 years old. Lakshmi Ramaswamy is a US Fulbright Fellow (2000), a Senior Fellow at the Ministry of Culture (India), recipient of the Tamil Nadu State Award - Kalaimamani (2017) and a ‘Top’ graded artist of Doordarshan.
The 1st doctorate in Bharatanatyam from the department of music at the University of Madras, she serves in the same as a Guest Faculty and has conducted many Indian Classical dance workshops and lectures in Chennai, Kolkata, US and Canada.
She has written Bharatanatyam course books for Annamalai and Alagappa University & course material for Prayathnam as well. She is a consultant for Alagappa University and is invited to play the role of an examiner by several-dance institutions and regional selection committees.
Bharatanatyam dancer, Lakshmi Ramaswamy has also authored Bharatanatyam books for dance students, researchers and art readers.

Sri Mudhraalaya:
Sri Mudhraalaya has been running digital classes for a decade now.
The institution offers group, special and individual classes that aims at: holistic training in practical dancing, theory and exercises, nattuvangam, costume design and makeup, backstage management, stage presentation, production assistance, lighting, choreography and teachers training.
Some of them are are marked soloists, PhD scholars, National Junior and Senior Scholarship holders and Graded artists of Doordarshan.

Bharatanatyam is one of the 8 classical dance forms of India. Originally from Tamil Nadu, it is now practiced throughout the world and is a popular genre in many Indian Dance Festivals. The Bharatanatyam dancer is accompanied with the Nattuvangam, Violin, Mridangam and the Flute along with the Vocal rendition during a Bharatanatyam performance. Originally performed mainly in temple dance, this Indian dance form has now spread across languages, genres, religion and boundaries. A regular Bharatanatyam repertoire consists of an Alarippu, Jathiswaram, Sabdam, Varnam, Padam and a Thillana.

Bharatanatyam is an Important Dance Style and is performed in Indian dance festivals & Indian Cultural Events. Dance has always been an integral form of Indian Heritage, Culture & Tradition. Indian Classical Dance Forms have also found their way into the commercial Indian Film Industry. Dance music videos in various Indian are also inspired by Traditional Dance Forms & Classical Dance Styles.

Today, Bharatanatyam has also been integrated with Kollywood, Mohiniattam with Mollywood, Kuchipudi with Telugu Film Industry - Tollywood, Odissi with Ollywood, Kathak with Bollywood, Kannada & Malayalam Feature Films by the Respective Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood & Mollywood Industry.
People Learn Bharatanatyam in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, USA, UK, Europe, Canada and all other parts of the World.
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