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Odissi is also known as Orissi. Odissi is one of the oldest Indian classical dance which was originated from Odisha. Odissi stands out from all other Indian dances. Odissi give more importance to Tribhangi meaning three part break. Three parts are independent movement of head, chest and pelvis all upon the basic square stance known as Chauka symbolizes Lord Jagannath. This dance has various stances which involves foot work, different postures as seen in Indian temples. Odissi has been performed in the temples as offerings to Gods. The musical accompaniment that is used in Odissi is Hindustani sangeet. The instruments used are pakhawaj (also known as madal), bansuri (bamboo flute), the manjira (metal cymbals), the sitar and the tanpura.

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Odissi Poetic Performance

412 56 Gothenburg, UK

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MYSK Indian Dance & Magic Theater and World Dance Company proudly present Odissi dancer Sujata Mohapatra from India. A unique meeting of classical Odissi, presented by world leading dancer Sujata Mojhapatra, and the extension of this tradition with new innovative dance, theater and performance by MYSK.

Dance India Europe (UK), Liverpool

UK

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UK Dance India programme will take place in Liverpool from 22-29 July 2017 and will provide courses in Bharatanatyam (led by Bragha Bessell, Rama Vaidyanathan and Anjana Anand), Kathak (led by Rajendra Gangani and Vaishali Trivedi) and Odissi (led by Sujata Mohapatra). This unique opportunity to learn from world-renowned performers through a personal and intensive programme is sure to hone your skills and take your dance practice to the next level.

Dance India Asia Pacific, Singapore

Asia Pacific, Singapore

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Dance India Asia Pacific, Singapore returns for a 6th year and will be taking place from 17-24 June 2017 and will provide courses in Bharatanatyam (led by Bragha Bessell, Rama Vaidyanathan and Anjana Anand), Kathak (led by Vaishali Trivedi) and Odissi (led by Ratikant Mohapatra). The programme offers a holistic and individualised approach to training.

Nritya Shubha Dance Festival

3000 NE Alberta St, Portland, Oregon 97211

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Early Bird (Until March2nd ) : 15$ Adult and 12$ Child (4-12 years)
After March 2nd and at the door : 20$ Adult and 17$ Child (4-12 years). 

My Guru Smt Shubha Dhananjay is visiting USA on a performance tour this march along with her beautiful and talented daughters Maya Dhananjay and Mudra Dhananjay. What better way to celebrate dance than dance itself! I hereby welcome you all to Nritya Shubha Dance Festival, a classically enchanting festival where you can soak yourself in the Indian classical dance performances in Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Odissi, Kuchipudi and Mohiniattam. A fantastic evening filled with amazing performances across many genres of classical dance, all under one roof for all the beautiful souls in Portland. This is a unique dance festival where you not only get to experience the magic in the dance of the internationally renowned artists but also get to soak yourself in the prowess of portland's own artistes! Come one, come all and support the classical art forms right in the heart of Portland at Alberta Rose!

Purvai SannskreetiKala Vikaash Kendra

New Delhi, India

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" Purvai SannskreetiKala Vikaash Kendra " get the new height "Indian Classical Dance & Music Festival ( ICDMF) , New Delhi " in March - April 2017 .. It is a cultural organisation which is dedicated for nurturing, enhancing & maintaining popularity of our rich culture .. We Believe in Indian Culture & Heritage .. We Maintain the spirit of Indian Classical Dance & Music

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