Friday, January 31, 2014

“The MAHAMAYA Festival” a festival of Indian traditional dance.

MAHAMAYA’, a festival of Indian traditional dance has been conceptualised to showcase the rich Indian dance heritage along with engaging the Underprivileged section of the society progressively and positively through dance education.
As part of ‘MAHAMAYA’, ‘Belaku’ a Dance Education project has been launched at the ‘Anatha Shishu Sevashrama’, an orphanage housing children from the age group of 1 to 17 years, The Aim is to help the children nurture and execute their creativity through this project. As a part of MAHAMAYA festival a platform is being created to showcase their talent.
About Mahamaya School of Performing Arts
Mahamaya School of Performing Arts is an institution engaged in dance education, performances and outreach programs. This platform has been created by the Directors, Surya N Rao and Prathama Prasad Rao to connect with the society through the medium of Dance. Mahamaya School of Performing Arts believes that Dance acts as a catalyst to nurture and nourish the society’s cultural sensibilities.
Surya N Rao
Prathama Prasad Rao
Directors Mahamaya School of performing Arts
Mrs. Vinaya Prasad
Cine Artist
The MAHAMAYA Festival
P. Purushothama Rao
The MAHAMAYA Festival
Program details:
6:00 pm: ‘Pingara’ a Spectacular Dance Performance by Students of Project ‘Belaku’
(An initiative of Mahamaya School of Performing Arts)
6:30 pm: ‘SAMMILAN’ a unique bonding Jugalbandhi of Kuchipudi and Kathak
by Surya N Rao & Prathama Prasad Rao.
7:15 pm: ‘MAHABHARATA’ a Bharatanatyam Performance
Karnataka Kalashree Sri. Sridhar and Smt. Anuradha Sridhar.
Renowned Bharatanatyam dancers, Bangalore.
Date: Sunday, 2nd February 2014.
Seva Sadan
14th Cross, West Park Road,
Near Sai Mandir (Sampige Road)
Bangalore 560 003.


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