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Fusion of Odissi, Contemporary,Mayurbhanj Chhau, Rajashtani Folk and Russian Folk dances depicting the Symbolism of the Seven Chakras. Premiered at the Siri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi, 2014.

The Philosophy

‘Antaryatra’ is a blend of different dance styles and is aimed at making people gender sensitive by enlightening them about the yogic ‘Chakras’ and importance of attaining a higher ‘Chakra’.

According to yogic practice, a soul evolves from chakra to chakra. Each chakra has certain attributes and a man’s nature, as well as actions are governed by them. In the dance, historical

and contemporary figures have been depicted to show the physical manifestations and relevance of this esoteric theme. The entire dance drama comprised seven acts showcasing the rise of man to the highest chakra of divinity For instance emperor ‘Ashoka’ who is depicted by using Broadway free style is very interesting. The emperor took lives because of his ego but changes after he sees the devastation he has caused and turns into a Buddhist and inner change takes place. Artists also showcased higher chakras like ‘Visuddhi’, ‘Sahasrara’ and ‘Mokshya’ which shed light on the paths taken by Meera Bai and Lord Buddha to enable them to become better human beings.

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  • Odissi and Chhau
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  • Ghoomar on DAY 1_result
  • Fusion of Contemporary and Martial Arts_result
  • Contemprary Dancers_result
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  • Chhau _ Day 1_result
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  • Balkan Folk Dance_result
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Reela Hota: Classical Dance, Odissi Renuka Aiyer & Vipanchee: Indian Classical Dance, Bharatnatyam Swati Sinha: Indian Classical Dance, Kathak Kumuntham Narmada: Indian Classical Dance, Manipuri


Maestro: Rajan Mishra & Swaraansh Mishra


Maestro: Rajan Mishra & Swaraansh Mishra


Length: 1 hr 15 mins Variations: 1 hr | 40 mins | 30 mins

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