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Classical dancing fest at Tezpur

  • Classical dancing fest at Tezpur
    Classical dancing fest at Tezpur

A two days long Indian Classical Dancing festival called Nrityakalpa’14 held on April 26-27 at Bann Theatre, Tezpur. The event was organised by Saptaswa. Since the birth of Saptaswa, they have celebrated Nrityakalpa and this is the fourth year.

This time a bunch of artists with national status has performed in the both days and make pin drop silent to the spectators.The artists are Gobinda Mahanta (Gayan Bayan), Bipul Singha (Manipuri), Puja Gupta (Kathak), Pravakar Goswami ( Sattriya ), Sarbani Nandy (Odissi ), Minu Das & Ritamoni Das (Kathak), Boby Chakraborty ( KuchiPudi) & Dimpy Baishya (Satriya). Apart from these, Kashinath Krishnapriya Institute of performing Art & Saptaswa has also performed in the festival.

In the very first day Swapnanil Baruah, Commissioner of Culture, Govt. of Assam has inaugurated the programme and the second day eminent kathak Guru Dr. Madhurima Goswami has inaugurated the cultural evening by lighting lamp. In her inaugural speech Dr. Goswami said that now a day Indian Classical Dance artists are struggling for their existence which is pathetic and to escape them from this situation the people of our society will have to do a lot. Otherwise will lose our jewels. 

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