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My mom is my world

My mom is the person who inspires me a lot. She always takes care of my well-being. Not only does she takes care of...

Nruthyotsavam-2019 enthrals audience

Ravindra Bharathi witnessed multiple classical dance presentations by more than 300 dancers

Taking Telangana art forms to a global platform

Encouraging traditional folk arts and artistes at the international level is what ‘Access’, an NGO for art and culture, does

Heritage Fest for school students launched in Hyderabad

The competition is open for students till tenth standard and there is no registration fee.

Shobana steps it up to captivate Hyderabad

The programme was hosted by Eleven Point Two events, in association with Department of Language and Culture

120-year-old musical notebook brought back to life

Believed to have originated in the 19th century and erotic in nature, Javali mainly highlights the emotions of Nayak (hero) and Nayika (heroine).

On the culture of reality shows

Prachee, who holds a Guinness World Record for performing 93 Kathak spins in one minute, feels that in India, western dance is overpowering the traditional dance forms. She blames reality shows, Bollywood and social media for it.

Belle with beautiful eyes

Dance is the tool of communication for her and she believes in sending across her message using it as a medium for communication. Known for her unique choreography, she has dedicated her life to dancing and hasn't stopped till date.

Classical dance to enthrall GES guests at Golconda Fort

The performance will narrate the beautiful history of Telangana in less than 30 minutes.

An evening of ragas and talas at Shilparamam

Four artistes from Natya Kinnera took the stage by storm right from the first performance on Saturday.

A beautiful fusion of classical dances

Artistes Baisali Mohanty and Ranjani Nair put up a brilliant show for dance enthusiasts in the city

Hyderabad-born classical dancer Ragasudha sets world record

City-born Ragasudha Vinjamuri has became the first artiste to have been presented the Indian Classical Dance seven times on different themes and occasions at the Houses of British Parliament.

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