Bharatnatyam originates in Tamil Nadu, India which is also referred to as Natya yoga. Though the style of Bharatnatyam is over two thousand years old, the freshness and richness of its essence has been retained even today. This classical dance has a mesmerizing effect as it uplifts the dancer and the beholder to a higher level of spiritual consciousness. It is a dancing style that comprises of Bhava, Raga, Tala, and Natya which reflect the real meaning of the Bharatnatyam.
Bharatanatyam can be performed solo or in a group. The pure dance is called nritta and the expressive is nritya. The solo dancer uses various methods of story-telling to interpret the verses and stories she performs.
ICC in Kathmandu is conducting regular Bharatnatyam Dance classes by Mr. Bhaskar Ananth Nagraj, an accomplished Dance teacher-cum-performer deputed by ICCR New Delhi.
Contact Bharatnatyam Dance teacher at 01-4001816.