A celebratory dance

HYDERABAD: Natya Tarangini’s Raja Radha Reddy institute of Kuchipudi dance will be celebrating its 4th anniversary in the city on January 29. Established in 1976 in New Delhi, by Padmabhushan

Published: 25th January 2012 03:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:21 PM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: Natya Tarangini’s Raja Radha Reddy institute of Kuchipudi dance will be celebrating its 4th anniversary in the city on January 29. Established in 1976 in New Delhi, by Padmabhushan awardees Raja and Radha Reddy and Kaushalya, Natya Tarangini was started with an idea of popularising Kuchipudi style of classical dance in Northern India.  It has since evolved into a unique arts institute encompassing all activities involved in the formation of Arts.

The Natya Tarangini institute annually trains hundreds of students from across the globe, at its three branches in Delhi, Gurgaon and Hyderabad. It has also been successfully organising annually the mega Parampara Series National festival of Music and Dance featuring legendary classical musicians and dancers, in Delhi and Hyderabad for the last decade. In February 2011 the Parampara Series added a feather in its cap by organising an International festival of dance featuring world famous dance groups of different styles from USA, Russia, Turkey, Spain and India. As Kuchipudi dance gurus , the duo understood very early that every child is special and every student brings to dance their own unique style and talent.  The event will be held on Jan 29 at 6:30 pm at Ravindra Bharathi.

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