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Ugadi Festival Celebrations @ Shilparamam – First Day

Shilparamam celebrated the First day of the Ugadi Festival in its premises with a colourful Art forms of India

Mohiniattam by Lasya Drutha  Centre for performing & fine Arts- Smt. Anita Peter


  1. Mrs. Sandhya
  2. Kum. Samriddhi
  3. Mrs. Pooja Nair



  1. Ananda Ganapathy – Invocation
  2. Enthaho Vallabha – Mohiniyattam Padam
  3. Dhanashri Thillana – Conclusion


Kalaripayattu by Rangasthali

Kalaripayattu is an Indian martial art and fighting system that originated in Kerala and practiced by

warriors of Kerala. These warriors belonged to all castes and religions. It is considered by some to be the oldest martial art still in existence, with its origin dating back to the 3rd century BCE.


Rangasthali – The temple of Arts is an organisation for Physical Arts started by Madhu Arusam at Ravindra Bharati. Students of Rangasthali are in practice with Kalaripayattu under the guidance of Sudhakaran Gurukkal , C.V.N Kalari, Kerala.


Students of Rangasthali:

  • Teja Addakula
  • Sahas Balaji
  • Suhas Dasari
  • Gopal
  • Bhargav
  • Bhavana
  • Snigdha
  • Happy Singh
  • Niveditha
  • Srikar
  • Rahul
  • Sushma
  • Pranati



Kuchipudi Performance- By Smt. Rohini Kandala

  1. Namassivayathe – Adhyatma ramayana keertana;
    Sudha dhanyasi ragam; Adi talam


  1. Brovabharama Raghurama – Tyagaraya kriti; bahudari ragam ; Adi talam


  1. Smarasundaranguni sariyevvare – dharmapuri subbarayayyar javali; faras ragam, Adi talam


  1. Alokaye sri Bala krishnam- Narayana teertha tarangam.


List of Participants


  1. Guru Smt. Rohini Kandala
  2. Sheetal
  3. Samhita
  4. Varshita
  5. Sahasra
  6. Akshadha
  7. Praneeta
  8. Keertana
  9. Pratiksha
  10. Sahiti
  11. Tejaswi
  12. Manaswika
  13. Bhargavi
  14. Sloka

Buta Kola- Folk dance by Sri Patruni Chidananda Shastry

Buta Kola is a ritual folk dance from the coastal districts (Tulu Nadu) of Karnataka, India. This it one of the traditional oldest performance art with rituality in Indian heritage.The art is highly stylized and held in honor of the local deities worshiped by the Tulu speaking population. It bears resemblance to the Theyyam of Kerala and has influenced Yakshagana folk theatre. Buta Kola could be categorized as a form of Shamanism as the performer performing it goes into a trance and acts as an oracle for the deity being channelized.As its been ritualistic in nature , the art form is majorly bounded to temples and processions.


Patruni Sastry how is a performance artist as well as learned Butoh an international dance form which resembles the “Kola ” format is bringing a unique framework to present Kola with the modern techniques of Performance art. Performance art is a performance presented to an audience within a fine art context, traditionally interdisciplinary. Performance may be either unscripted, random or carefully orchestrated, spontaneous or otherwise carefully planned with or without audience participation. Buta kola is presented with framework of modern day performance art to rebring the traditions of temple ritual dance form. The music is provided by Vedam Vamsi.



Kathak Performance by Nritya Kunj Smt. Aarthi Shanker


  • Namami

Shri Rudrashtakam is a Sanskrit composition in devotion of Rudra, composed by the Hindu Bhakti poet Tulsidas. Tulsidas composed this eulogy in the late fifteenth century in Uttar Pradesh in India and created many other literary pieces including the magnum opus Ram Charit Manas. The eightfold hymn of praise is sung to please Shankara who is Rudra i.e. to be feared. Music and dance composed by Guru Pt. Rajendra Ganganiji

  • Sargam

The 7 notes of sangeet Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Da Ni is beautifully woven into this recital. The sounds, vocals and movement are also seamlessly in the 7 notes.

  • Teen Taal

Kathak Shudha nritya is based on Teen taal. Teental (or tintal, trital; Hindi: तीन ताल) is the most common tala of Hindustani music. The structure of tintal is so symmetrical that it presents a very simple rhythmic structure against which a performance can be laid. In this performance students are going to perform Shiv Panchakshar, Paran , Tode, Tihai, Kavit and Jugalbandhi in Drut laya i.e. fast speed.

  • Swapna

This song is about dreams of wandering mind. The wandering mind has some wandering thoughts. It beats crazily and takes crazy breaths. It wishes there should be someone in this world with whom you can see this dream. It wants the strength to live the dream.

  • Tarana

Tarana is musical and rhythmical treat based on the seven notes of music, which are arranged in a manner to create an abstract musical pattern. The dancer follows this musical pattern and create movements and images in space which coincide with the notes of the music. This composition rejoices the ecstasy of melody and rhythm to celebrate the joy of life.

  • Holi

As the festival of Holi bestows the world with vibrate colours Krishna make sure to tease Radha and her friends, making the whole atmosphere amorous and whimsical.


  • Aarti Shankar
  • Ketki
  • Tanishk Kaur
  • Khushi
  • Tanushree
  • Sakshi
  • Aliya
  • Tanvi
  • Alisha
  • Eva
  • Kavya
  • Ipshita
  • Suhasini
  • Pihu
  • Yahvi
  • Gurveen
  • Amreen









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