Dance for a cause

Nirupama and Rajendra are choreographers, producers and performers who have dedicated 20 years to the field through their Abhinava Dance Company.

Published: 05th October 2013 08:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th October 2013 08:47 AM   |  A+A-

Nirupama and Rajendra are choreographers, producers and performers who have dedicated 20 years to the field through their Abhinava Dance Company (ADC). Rooted in the dance traditions of Kathak and Bharathanatyam, ADC has evolved its own distinct style of presentation by fusing ethnic and modern genres of dancing.

During these years, Nirupama and Rajendra have also been associated with several social and charitable causes. It is with similar sentiment that this year, they are associating with the Joy of Giving week wherein at a special event Food for Change, at SAP Labs, Whitefield, on October 5 at 7pm, Nirupama and Rajendra along with their company dancers will feature some exquisite compositions. The Divine Raaga Band will give a performance too.

The Joy of Giving Week - India’s “festival of giving” - is celebrated every year from October 2-8. Events are organised by individuals, social groups, schools, colleges, NGOs, corporates, media houses and others. In 2012, more than two million people participated in 900 events across 70 cities, raising over Rs 30 crore in money and resources donated.

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