Event organized to provide rural schools with best infrastructure
PUNE: Puneites have got an opportunity to experience a unique performance in Kathak- Nritya Dhaara. In the performance by three generations of dancers from one family, Guru Maneesha Sathe, daughter Shambhavi Dandekar, daughter in law Tejaswini Sathe and granddaughter Sarveshwari Sathe will perform their best.
The event organized by Rotary Club of Pune University Charitable Trust and Maneesha Nrityalaya will take place on Saturday, November 30 at Yashwantrao Chavan Natyagruha, Kothrud at 6.30 pm. The objective of the event is to gather fund for providing rural schools with best infrastructure under the Rotary Happy School Project.
‘‘Indian classical art forms are passed on from one generation to the other through rigorous training going on for decades. Thus Guru-Shishya or mentor-disciple is a very sacred relationship where the art is just a single aspect of the Guru’s vast influence on the Shishya.’’, expressed Guru Maneesha Sathe. She further added that through Nritya Dhaara audience will experience the strength of tradition through the bond of relationships.
Nritya Dhaara will feature parts of traditional kathak. The performance will begin with Tri-Devata Stuti which is an invocation to the dancing Gods from Indian mythology, namely, Ganapati, Shiva and Krishna. The next performance is Taal Pancham-sawari, Taal presentation is a unique feature of Kathak dance. The dancers display their virtuosity over rhythm. It will be followed by Sargam, Hori, Raga Megh, which depicts the onset of beautiful Monsoon, Naayika Bhed, Tarana and Jugalbandi.
The entry to the programme is ticketed. ‘‘The funds generated by this programme will be utilized for the Rotary Happy School Project. In this project, we are identifying the deprived schools from rural area and provide them with better infrastructure, thus helping the students to learn better. We specially look forward to give them good and secured classrooms, drinking water, clean toilet facility and other aid that will make learning fun for them.’’, said Sujata Kulkarni, President, Rotary Club of Pune University.
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