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5 days ago

Indian Rhythms

Welcome to the 2nd issue of Pehchan magazine, Hum aaye Rang Laye. 🎉

Thank you Shikha Chandra , Alka Bhatnagar
Prashanta Devulapalli , Sarita Salwan , Bhumika Varma, Anubhav Srivastava and Tamanna Satsangi , Kriti Surjan Thepade , Prasant Dara, Vedika- Marie

In this issue you will be able to read poems, articles, fiction, interviews and Q&A
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1 week ago

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His sister got to play Hanuman in the dance drama of Ramleela. That did not sitt right with him. 😂
So I had to give the only boy in our group the roll of God Vishnu. He then googled info about God Vishnu and proudly stood on stage. 🙏

It is a success all in all because the dance drama created intrest and an eagerness to explore, get more knowledge about the mythology!

#kathak #kathakdance #dance #dancefloor #danceacademy #indiandance #indiskdansekurs #oslo #indianrhythms
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Love in-action pictures!
In the middle of telling the story of Hanuman flying across the ocean to see if Sita ma is ok.


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Swan Lake with Indian Dance – Indian Rhythms
Swan Lake with Indian Dance The Swan Lake is set up every year, by several institutions and most often in ballet, since it is a ballet composed by PjotrTsjajkovskij. We wanted to present Swan Lake with Indian dance. The purpose is to spread more knowledge about Indian classical and traditional dance by using both the [...]
Mega Show – Learn More About
Mega Show Mega Show A performance that was first organized by Indian Rhythms in 2017 for all practitioners engaged in Indian art forms such as dance, music, singing or stand up. There is little or no arena for Indian art forms if we create it ourselves. That is why it became important for Indian Rhythms [...]
Hungama Festival How it all started The Chandra family have worked over 30 years to promote Indian culture in Norway and have created professional arena for people to preform, display their art, meet, make new contacts / friends and offer activities that are beyond traditional leisure activities. Since 2011, Richa Chandra has organized festivals in [...]
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