Bharatha Natyam at Sri Ganesha Temple in Hannover

April 17, 2016 at 2:19 am Leave a comment

 Two group of mine were presenting Pathams today – “Meenakshi thaye” and “Asainthadum Mayil”.  It is a great pleasure to perform here at this holy place at Sri Ganesha Temple in Hannover.  Ganesha – also know as Ganapathi or Vinayaka or Vighneshvara is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in Hinduism. 


Ganesha- the elephant head makes him easy to identify – is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the Lord of intellect and wisdom. 

Bharathanatyam is the oldest and most popular classical indian dance. In style and substance, Bharathanatyam reigns supreme for the preciseness and perfection of movements it extracts from various parts of the dancer´s body. 

Classical Indian dance like Yoga and like any other physical exercise provides necessary physical movements to each and every part of the body. The whole body is involved in dancing and the whole body system is put into action: The hands, eyes, face, neck, torso, leg and feet. Its chiseled awareness of the human form allows Bharathanatyam to fully explore the body´s immense power of expression. The dance enhances its emotive appeal by using the literary compositions of saints and sages. This is a powerful medium of worship.  Dancing is considered the religious ceremony most pleasing to the Gods and dedication of all activity to the Divine was the highest form of worship. 

Bharathanatyam is the physical, mental and spiritual practices, which originated in ancient India with a view to attain a state of permanent peace of mind in order to experience one’s true self.

Classes and dance evenings for adults and children are held on a regular basis in Hannover and  Braunschweig area. 

And also on 29th of April at 4:45 pm and 18:00 pm at „move your town“ in Hannover – Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover · Willy-Brandt-Allee 5 



Entry filed under: Choreography, Classical Indian dance, Competition/Event, Uncategorized.

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