Mridhula Sridharan`s Bharatanatyam by The Lasya

07.00 PM

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2021-06-12 19:00:00 2021-06-12 00:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Mridhula Sridharan`s Bharatanatyam by The Lasya

Mridhula Sridharan, a CA student by profession and dancer by passion, is presently undergoing her CA Articleship training at Grant Thornton LLP, Chennai. She has been learning the art of Bharatanatyam for the last 18 years and has been performing for the last 8 years in various group and solo performances. She learns from Archarya Choodamani Kalaimamani Smt. Krishnakumari Narendran.

Over the past few years, she has also started training young girls under the patronage of her guru. She has performed in various stages in Tamil Nadu like Pillayarpatti – a show that was screened on Doordarshan and Chidambaram – on the day of Shivarathiri 2021, which is available to view on YouTube, and has danced in various sabhas during the Margazhi Season. She has also performed in Hyderabad Tamil Sangam as well. During the lockdown last year, she has also performed on online platforms.

Kaarthu Arul Puriga

Ragam – Hamsadwani
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar
This song is on Lord Vinayaga, requesting him to bless everyone with a long life, good wealth and prosperity.

Enthaiyum Thaayum

Ragam – Ragamalika
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar
Composed by Bharathiar, this song describes how the Indian land is full of goodness, wealth, and happiness.

Nambikettavar

Ragam – Hindolam
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Papanasam Shivan
This song talks about the conversation between a theist and an atheist and how an atheist is forced to pray to Lord Shiva when the doctor says he has no option but to search for peace in God.

Sakhi Praana

Ragam – Senjurutti
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Dharmapuri Subbaraama Iyer
This song is a jaavali set to the fact that a woman, who is cheated on by her lover who promised her that he would be back by sunset but is seen entering another woman’s house during the day, being narrated to the nayika’s friend.

Thillana

Ragam – Desh
This Thillana is set to Desh Raga and is followed by two songs. One by Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar – Vellipani meedu ulaavuvom and a song by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee – Vande Maataram.
Choreography – Kalaimamani smt. Krishnakumari Narendran

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Mridhula Sridharan, a CA student by profession and dancer by passion, is presently undergoing her CA Articleship training at Grant Thornton LLP, Chennai. She has been learning the art of Bharatanatyam for the last 18 years and has been performing for the last 8 years in various group and solo performances. She learns from Archarya Choodamani Kalaimamani Smt. Krishnakumari Narendran.

Over the past few years, she has also started training young girls under the patronage of her guru. She has performed in various stages in Tamil Nadu like Pillayarpatti – a show that was screened on Doordarshan and Chidambaram – on the day of Shivarathiri 2021, which is available to view on YouTube, and has danced in various sabhas during the Margazhi Season. She has also performed in Hyderabad Tamil Sangam as well. During the lockdown last year, she has also performed on online platforms.

Kaarthu Arul Puriga

Ragam – Hamsadwani
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar
This song is on Lord Vinayaga, requesting him to bless everyone with a long life, good wealth and prosperity.

Enthaiyum Thaayum

Ragam – Ragamalika
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar
Composed by Bharathiar, this song describes how the Indian land is full of goodness, wealth, and happiness.

Nambikettavar

Ragam – Hindolam
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Papanasam Shivan
This song talks about the conversation between a theist and an atheist and how an atheist is forced to pray to Lord Shiva when the doctor says he has no option but to search for peace in God.

Sakhi Praana

Ragam – Senjurutti
Thalam – Adi
Composer – Dharmapuri Subbaraama Iyer
This song is a jaavali set to the fact that a woman, who is cheated on by her lover who promised her that he would be back by sunset but is seen entering another woman’s house during the day, being narrated to the nayika’s friend.

Thillana

Ragam – Desh
This Thillana is set to Desh Raga and is followed by two songs. One by Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar – Vellipani meedu ulaavuvom and a song by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee – Vande Maataram.
Choreography – Kalaimamani smt. Krishnakumari Narendran




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