Press Release “Kathak ki Kahani – Kathak Through Agesmab@min
We are writing to you to post a press release about an enthralling evening of dance and music “Kathak ki Kahani – Kathak Through Ages,” a performance by the renowned Kathak exponent, Dr. Uma Sharma, and her group. This event has been organized by Bhartiya Sangeet Sadan in collaboration with Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava. It is set to take the audience on a captivating journey through the evolution of Kathak dance. We kindly request you to publish this press release in your esteemed newspaper.
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The event “Kathak ki Kahani – Kathak Through Ages” transported attendees through India’s rich cultural tapestry and the spirit of independence. Presented in partnership with Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava, this event showcased a captivating display of timeless Kathak dance.
The evening’s highlight, “Kathak Ki Kahani,” was a performance by the talented students of Dance Bhartiya Sangeet Sadan. Through their skillful dance movements, they brought stories to life, spanning generations and capturing the expressive language of Kathak.
Distinguished Kathak exponent and Padma Bhushan awardee, Uma Sharma ji, graced the stage with a mesmerizing Kathak Nitrya Abhinav performance. Each graceful step reflected Kathak’s depth and beauty, paying tribute to her unwavering dedication to this captivating art form.
“Kathak is more than just dance; it’s our cultural heritage,” said Uma Sharma ji. “As we witness fewer Kathak artists, it’s our collective responsibility to keep this tradition alive. Beyond entertainment, Kathak embodies rhythm, grace, and storytelling. Let’s unite to ensure Kathak’s magic resonates for generations.”
“Kathak ki Kahani – Kathak Through Ages” isn’t merely a performance; it’s a journey reflecting India’s cultural fabric. It celebrates the splendor of tradition and artistic expression, reminding us of Kathak’s significance.
Esteemed guests included Satish Upadhaya, an Indian Politician; Vinay Bharat Ram; Leela Venkataraman; Rashmi Malik; Aruna Vasudev; Satish Upadhyay; and Sadhna Srivastava.