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DWITA Exploring the Duality Of Life

Rama Vaidyanathan and Dakshina Vaidyanathan
Accompanied by live orchestra
Nattuvangam : Dr S Vasudevan, Vocal : K Venkateshwaran, Flute : Rajat Prasanna, Mridangam : Ramamoorthy Sriganesh

A mother and her daughter remind us of a duality that exists in every walk of our lives. While both complement and empower each other, one symbolizes the present and the other is significant of the future. There is always two sides to a coin, two perceptions and two paths to a goal. The challenge however is to recognize both and for both to coexist. DWITA a Sanskrit term that means duality, explores the double take on different aspects of Man and God. DWITA is presented with a live orchestra of 4 members

Pictures from the event below.
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Saturday, May 16, 2015 4:30 PM

Venue : Great Valley High School
225 N. Phoenixville Pike, Malvern, PA

About Rama Vaidyanathan    Read more about the artiste

Rama Vaidyanathan is a leading exponent of Bharatanatyam, a popular classical dance form of India. She is undoubtedly one of the most sought after artistes of her generation having carved a name for herself in the Bharatanatyam World. She has trained intensively under the legendary dancer Yamini Krishnamurthy and the renowned Guru Saroja Vaidyanathan. Everyone who has seen Rama perform is struck by her unique thought process and fresh approach to dance. While deeply routed in tradition She has evolved her own individual style without forsaking the core principles of Bharata Natyam. She brings to her dance a rare sense of devotion and dedication, which leaves the audience with a sense of spiritual fulfillment.