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Srishti Dances of India dancers

Rasa Festival

Indian classical dance

From the September, 2017 issue

PanchaChitra opens with the noise of a storm, and sound remains central throughout this dance theater piece. Ankle bells clang softly as a woman stomps her bare, flattened feet to the ground. Her torso is fluid, shaping itself like a temple statue. Arms stretch like snakes, and dancers' fingers and eyebrows comment pointedly on the action.

 
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