Lessons in Kathak for dancers in Dwarka!
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Lessons in Kathak for dancers in Dwarka!

About 50 students from across the sub city participated in a workshop conducted by Malti Shyam, an eminent dancer.

Lessons in Kathak for dancers in Dwarka!

A two-day Kathak workshop, called Rooplavanya, organised by Satrang Kala Foundation at Saraswati Model School, Sector 10, Dwarka, concluded on April 14.

The workshop was conducted by Malti Shyam, an eminent dancer, and more than 50 students from across Dwarka participated.

The first day of the workshop was held on April 8. In a three-hour class, Shyam taught students about the nuances of the dance form.


Malti Shyam (fifth from right in second row) and other participants pose for a photo


The workshop concluded on the second day with a group performance by Kathak students, a duet performance by Bharatnatyam students and solo performances by the foundation’s faculty members — Simer Sokhi and Shobha Bisht. Shyam also graced the occasion with a performance.

Speaking about the event, Shyam told City Spidey, “It’s great to see the excitement in children towards traditional art forms. It’s even better to see parents supporting their children in such pursuits.”

“It gives me immense pleasure to be part of such events where I can share my knowledge and experience. I hope more sessions are organised for students everywhere,” she added.

Satrang Kala Foundation, established in 2012, aims to promote Indian classical performing arts. Ganesh Sajwan, co-founder of the foundation, said, “We work with the belief that Indian classical performing art forms are a medium to search for life’s meaning. They also enhance wellness of an individual, and heal the mind and body.”