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Of elegance worldwide

Of elegance worldwide
Bharati Shivaji, the senior Mohiniyattam exponent is organising the  Mohiniyattam Festival at the Chinmaya Mission in the Capital, on 27 and 28 November. The Samvaad segment constitutes a dialogue with other Indian classical dance forms, namely Odissi, Sattriya, Manipuri and Kuchipudi.

The Global segment, on the other hand, celebrates the global outreach of Mohiniyattam by featuring various schools of the dance form spread across the world. Included in this list are well-known Mohiniyattam dancers from Japan, Germany and Russia.

Centre for Mohiniyattam (CFM) is a non-profit charitable society, based in New Delhi for the last several decades, solely devoted to the research, training and propagation of Mohiniyattam, a classical dance form of Kerala.

Inspired and supported by the legendary Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, Bharati Shivaji was inspired to embark on the research, practice and rejuvenation of this most graceful art form. It was through these efforts that CFM was born. Today, Mohiniyattam has regained its rightful place on the global stage, attracting students not just from India but from across nationalities. 

As a signature initiative, CFM has been presenting an annual collective to foster communion within and around the milieu of Mohiniyattam. This serves as a platform for innovation, interaction and deliberation. The Samvaad segment constitutes a dialogue with other Indian classical dance forms, namely Odissi, Sattriya, Manipuri and Kuchipudi. The Global segment, on the other hand, celebrates the global outreach of Mohiniyattam by featuring various schools of the dance form spread across the world.
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