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Janak Khendry to attend the GPC program

An internationally renowned classical dancer and choreographer, Janak Khendry will attend the Guest of the Month program of Guwahati Press Club on November 15 (Saturday) at 2 pm. Trained extensively in three distinct dance styles of Indian classical dances namely Bharatanatyam, Kathak and Manipuri, Khendry will interact with the journalists during the program.

Born in India and now a Canadian citizen, Khendry has performed around the glob in thousand occasions during the last four decades. Khendry's forte is in choreographing works based on very rare philosophical subjects that have never been attempted as dance works, blending several different Indian classical dance styles and creating a new and powerful dance vocabulary.

Khendry is recipient of several prestigious grants and awards including Nizam's Grant and Sangeet Natak Akademi award in India. In Canada he has received Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Laidlaw Foundation (Ministry of Culture, Citizenship and Recreation), Canada Council for the Arts awards.

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