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Poetic play rendered
Total surrender to the designs of the Almighty formed the central theme of the play, `Nigama Sarma'.
Sure of herself
Slowly and steadily Rakshita is climbing the popularity ladder in the Telugu film industry.
Across the spectrum
The three-day festival of Odissi music was an enchanting medley of styles.
Young artistes dazzle
The young artistes displayed professional acumen, befitting stalwarts.
Universal theme, specific purpose
At the heart of the choreography for `What About Me' was a message for International Women's Day.
Although a classicist in her framework, Alarmel Valli is also a liberal in the interpretation of her dance.
Portrayals of reality
Praja Natya Mandali's plays hold significance for different generations of drama enthusiasts.
Temple dances were performed in memory of Visakha Music and Dance Academy founder Sriman Sastry.
Confluence of artistic emotion
The Konark Music and Dance Festival enthralled both performer and audience alike.
Kharavela: Culture cauldron
Besides being a multi-product exhibition, the Kharavela festival also played host to a seven-day extravaganza of music and dance.
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