In plain sanskrit
Premiered in Melbourne in a sell-out season, and subsequently toured to Auckland.
- 5 stars from Arts Hub:
The Beauty and Technical Rigour of Classical Indian Dance Interpreted by a Divine Couple
- Peril Asian-Australian Arts and Cultural Magazine: In Plain Sanskrit Reviewed
- Sydhwaney - Australia's leading classical Indian Dance and music blog: Complexity disguised 'In Plain Sanskrit'
sutra: secrets of classical indian dance
Live dance, music and film come together in a rare and intimate stage documentary on classical Indian dance.
- Byron Bay
- Sydney (sell-out)
- Hobart (sell-out)
- Melbourne (premier)
MAATHAA: THE MATERNAL ENERGY
An exploration of the various ideas of the maternal energy across cultures: mother earth, mother tongue, mother country, god as mother.
- Peril Australian-Asian Arts and Cultural Magazine:
Classical Indian Arts in a new Australian Generation
shakti: strength, power, energy, force
A multi art-form full-length production in the dance styles of Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam and Kuchipudi.
"Sanmaargam" (in sanskrit)- reflects the idea that dance is a journey of personal character development beyond just the movement of hands & legs. It is a journey of the mind, the soul, the heart. As students of the Karma Dance academy perform, each item will showcase a different personal value/principle which the students have learnt about in class and will contemplate as they perform.
Classical Indian dance, music and documentary film come together to tell the fascinating story of classical Indian dance over the centuries.
A tri-coloured expression through dance and live music, of the symbolism behind the Indian flag. Hosted by the Laya Vidhya Centre, Melbourne.