Hello Sangita, Thank you for adding me as a friend. I have not been to India, but my brother has (he is a visual artist) and he also plays the sitar. I have seen classical Indian dance here in Miami at a national dance competition for graduating high school students. I can only say that classical indian dance is very beautiful and difficult to master. I hope I can get to learn at least some basics someday.
PS Here's a link to my doctoral thesis, which explores the nexus of Yogic spirituality and contemporary Western arts practice: http://www.physicaltv.com.au/OutOfTheLabyrinthOfTheMindDrRichardJamesAllensDoctoralThesisAtUts_516_1172_3_0.html
Hello Sangita !
It is a real pleasure meeting you !
I love your dance so much !!! Delicate and strong at the same time, and with the rythmic and historical aspect it is a must !!!!!!!!!!!!
I was wondering whether are you a parent of Rukmini Chatterjee ?!
Thank you for your interest on my pratic, I'm a modern, hip hop and tango dancer, so from many diferents influences !!!
Hope to see you one day: are you coming to perform in France sometimes ??!! Hope I can come to India again :)
I wish you lots of love and light.
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