Nritya Ranjani showcases the rich cultural heritage of India

Nritya Ranjani showcases the rich cultural heritage of India

 
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LONG ISLAND, NY(TIP): The Nartan Rang Dance Academy of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan held its annual production, Nritya Ranjani,at the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center on Long Island on Sunday, June 24th, 2018. Nritya Ranjani 2018: Nritya Yatra, A Cultural Journey,
 told the story of a mother-daughter duo traveling through the Indian 
subcontinent in search of knowledge & experience through the rich 
culture & heritage of India’s
 numerous festivals. Together, the pair navigated the ups and downs of 
culture shock and generation gaps, much as they happen with the 
millennial generation of today.

Junior Students performing on a Bollywood songFusion dance by Siddhi Vaishnav and Ciera Paily

Taking the journey from 
September to August, the production encompassed the holidays of 
Ganeshotsav, Navratri, Durga Puja, Diwali, Christmas, Uttarayan, 
Republic Day, Mahashivaratri, Holi,
 Baisakhi, Ramadan, the monsoon season, and Janmashtami. Choreographed 
by Nartan Rang creative director Swati Vaishnav & her daughter 
Siddhi, Nritya Yatraseamlessly wove together the threads of the 
immigrant and “ABCD” experiences via kathak, bharatnatyam, folk, 
Bollywood, and fusion dance, forging a bond with the audience through 
art and storytelling that all could relate to.





   







4-6 years old kids performing Happy Diwali

Over the past three decades, the Nartan 
Rang Dance Academy’s vision has always been to endeavor to promote 
Indian dance forms to the younger generations and to encourage and 
inspire both adults and children of all ages and backgrounds to learn 
and appreciate the divine art and heritage of South Asia. The Academy 
will proudly continue to strive in the preservation, expansion, and 
growth of the South Asian diaspora for years to come. Registration for 
the 2018-19 year begins in mid-August. Please call (516) 395-1209 or 
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