Embracing Krishna and his persona
Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra presented its annual dance drama, the 43rd edition of 'Krishna' under the wing of Padmashri Shobha Deepak Singh, Director and Vice Chairperson, Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra. The show, which started on August 19, is scheduled to continue till August 24, at Kamani Auditorium. The event has two matinee shows on August 23 and 24, from 3:00 pm onward.
The two and half hours long production attempts to captivate the audience with an enthralling dance drama, which is performed by various artists who bring alive the legend of Krishna from what existed a three thousand years ago right in front of your very eyes. Whether it was his joyous years of an adorable childhood his romance with nature, his compassion for everything that had life or eventually attaining the stage of human adoration, Krishna and his very aura will embrace you as you lose yourself to his persona.
Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra, attempts to organise shows that hold immense importance in the Indian history.
The endeavour of these spectacles has always been to imbibe Indian traditions and values such that their relevance is deemed relatable in modern times. Like the various chapters in Indian mythology, the chapter on Lord Krishna is also weaved in with an array of tales, beliefs, myths and magic, but it has always been revered as much practical, imparting knowledge in every day to day activity. Every year, the organisers ensure newness and dynamism to annual plays through vibrant choreography, advanced technology, ornate costume designs and elaborate sets of international standards. This time, they have used an LED wall to add a life-like experience to the show. Besides, there is a new sound track. While keeping the soul of the show same, its treatment changes every year, making it completely different from previous years.
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