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Dancer Sriradha Paul from Kolkata taught the nuances of Odissi dance in the workshop

This workshop was organized by Chandak, an organization of Indore working for the promotion of Odissi dance, in which the young dancers of the city learned the nuances of this ancient dance form. Specially famous Odissi dancer Sriradha Paul from Kolkata has been roped in for this workshop.

This workshop was organized by Chandak, an organization of Indore working for the promotion of Odissi dance, in which the young dancers of the city learned the nuances of this ancient dance form. Specially famous Odissi dancer Sriradha Paul was invited from Kolkata for this workshop. In this 12-day workshop, along with teaching the dancers the nuances of dance, he also told what kind of diet dancers should take so that their energy level is maintained and their footwork is strong.

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What distinguishes Odissi from other classical dances is “Tribhanga”. and feet). Also Odissi has two major distinctions. The first is dance, in which decorative patterns are created using body gestures, while the other is acting, in which gestures and facial expressions are used. Used to explain story or subject matter.Sreeradha said that earlier teaching Odissi was started only after the age of 5, because it is a difficult dance form but today’s generation is fast, so now people 3-4 Have started teaching it to children from the age of years.I believe that at least after 5-6 years of proper learning, provide stage to a child, otherwise rawness is reflected in his dance.

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Odissi originated from temples Sriradha Paul said that on the basis of archaeological evidence, Odissi is counted among the oldest classical dance forms. This traditional dance form of Odisha, Odissi originated with Devadasis dancing in the temple. It is mentioned in many inscriptions. The dance was modernized around 1950.

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Pleased with my performance, a woman wore the diamond ring. In the discussion, Ms. Paul said that she had many unique experiences during concerts. Two months back I had an event in Vijayawada. After the concert, a woman came to me and wearing a diamond ring in her hand said to me that this gift is very insignificant in front of the joy you have given me, but I am not in a position to give anything more than this. Similarly, in 2016, when I presented the episode of Draupadi’s chirharan in a jail in Andhra Pradesh, many prisoners started crying. After the program, he said that seeing this dance, we immediately remembered our crimes and realized our mistakes. Seeing them cry like this, I was thinking that basically no man is bad but time is bad. My first show was in St. Louis during my first US tour. Till then I had no idea that our Indian dance forms are loved so much by the diaspora as well as the local residents. The friendship during that time has become so strong that even after years we are connected like a family. This deep connection was possible only because of art.

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