18 Oct - 09 Dec


INR 4999/-


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Indian Classical Dance | MOHINI ATTAM

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About this Course

Do you know Mohiniyattam was originated in Kerala?
Do you know what Mohiniyattam literally means?
Don't worry, this course has got you covered!

The term Mohiniyattam comes from the words Mohini meaning a woman who enchants onlookers and aattam meaning graceful and sensuous body movements.

Indian Classical Dance style Mohiniyattam is divided into two parts, one is Pure Dance (Nritta) and Dance which includes Expression (Nritya). In this course, you will start learning from the basics. Exercise is the soul of any dance style so will be including that as well and along with that, you will also be learning hand gestures which is the language of Mohiniyattam.

In this course you will learn:

  • Introduction to Mohiniyattam (Basic Theory)
  • Namaskar of Mohiniyattam
  • Exercises to mold the body in practicing the Dance style
  • Basic steps of Mohiniyattam
  • Holding beats through hands is an integral part            
  • A small Dance piece that will include the pure dance steps
  • Hand-Gestures
  • Expressing eight emotions with dance

By the end of this course, you will be able to learn and skillfully perform beautiful Mohiniyattam choreographies!

Embark on the journey of experiencing true classical dance form.

REGISTER TODAY and I'll see you in the class!
Happy DancingšŸ˜Š 

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24 hours live teaching
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Certificate of completion
For Beginner, Intermediate level

Your Teacher

Unnati Ajmera
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Hi, I am Unnati Ajmera. I have completed Bachelors and master's in Performing Arts in Mohiniyattam from Nalanda Nritya Kala Mahavidyalay which is affiliated to University of Mumbai. I have also performed in various dance productions choreographed by guru Padma Bhushan Dr. (Smt.) Kanak Rele like Prithvi Anandini, Santavani, Chaturdhara, Devee. Also, I have received Nalanda Nrityanipuna award, the title of Future Face in Mohiniyattam at the International Indian Dance festival, Pune in 2019.

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