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So Many Journeys by Bharatanatyam Dancer

Geeta Chandran,Rajiv Chandran

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ISBN 10: 8190193600 / ISBN 13: 9788190193603
Published by Niyogi Offset, 2005
New Condition: New Hardcover
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This autobiography of celebrated Bharatanatyam dancer Geeta Chandran, enriched with a vast collection of visual images, depicts her journeys from being a student to artist-dancer, from performer to a teacher, from mathematics to rasa, from the voice of herself to the songs of Krishna. Also, it weaves together the stray impressions encountered in these journeys through dance. Providing insight into her sacred relationship with her Gurus, it discusses at length the traditional path of Bharatanatyam its expanding frontiers and changing prisms. An elaborate discussion on how the dance is viewed, the mythological content of dance narrative and its gender dimensions makes part of the book as well. Printed Pages: 219. Bookseller Inventory # 1898

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Title: So Many Journeys by Bharatanatyam Dancer

Publisher: Niyogi Offset

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Edition: First edition.

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Book by Chandran, Geeta

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A star-performer and celebrity-artist amongst today's generation of dancers, Geeta Chandran is a dance-bridge between the pristine classical style of Bharatanatyam and a more contemporary dance aesthetic. Geeta is Founder-President of NATYA VRIKSHA, an organization that enshrines the best philosophies of Indian classical culture. She is celebrated not only for her deep and composite understanding of the art of Bharatanatyam, but also for her Carnatic music (she is an accomplished vocalist), her work in television, video and film, theatre, choreography, dance-education and dance-issue journalism. Rajiv Chandran is a commentator on the arts, trends and popular culture. His dance criticisms are published under his pen name: Shani. He is National Information Officer at the United Nations Information Centre, New Delhi.

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