Contemporary dance Repertoire

Vinayaka Contemprary Dance Repertoire


VINAYAKA is also known as Lord Ganesha, magnificent in a deity that has a human body with an elephant head. The Lord Ganesh attributes good fortune and success, widely revered by almost all castes and in all parts of India, regardless of any other spiritual affiliations.
Lord Ganesh is also associated with the first Chakra, or energy wheel, which underpins all the other Chakras and represents conservation, survival and material well-being. He is considered as the supreme deity among Gods and all rituals begin with Ganesha's Worship, who grants success, prosperity and protection against adversity. In a lesser known role, Ganesha is also the destroyer of vanity, selfishness, and pride. . .

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Anvaya - Connecting Dots

The energies of Shiva and Shakti will again be explored to tap into the deep well of Self-love, courage and inner strength which we all need to liberate our souls with, reprogramming our bodies as well as our minds through dynamic and creative sequences. Yoga and Kalaripayattu(Kalari)- inspired movements, will be tapped into the transformational power of Anvaya to encourage growth.
Combining ancient art forms of India, yoga with Kalari, we have aimed to explore so many similar postures inspired by various animals to help and understand our body potential; manifesting every sensation of human presence and its existence. . .

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Anvaya Contemprary Dance Repertoire
Anandham Contemprary Dance Repertoire


Inspired by the Indian culture of celebrations, and its unique customs and traditions, which have dictated the way of life in India for thousands of years.
Celebrations in India is equally diverse and multifaceted as compared to its multi-cultural population. This multi-lingual abode is known for its frequent indulgence in celebrations. As the country is tagged as a cosmopolitan society, you will always find some section of the population celebrating the spirit of festivity.
Aanandham is a call for a wholehearted participation of people of all ages, and to give their full effort to celebrate . . .

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We’ve all been there: A strong emotion like anger or fear sucks us in and suddenly we can’t seem to control the things we say or do, hurting ourselves and those around us.
“We act like wind-up toys, repeatedly bumping into the same walls, never realizing there may be an open door just to our left or our right,”
This thought is the birth of the trapping net which covers us around, and suddenly we realized that we are trapped in our own mind with a set of dark thoughts, leaving us helpless and unsolved. . .

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Trapped Contemprary Dance Repertoire

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