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.
This choreography is inspired by the early morning ‘Aarti’ when the deities offer at the first ‘Darshan of the day’, along with the sounds of shanks and different instruments, smell of fresh flowers and prayers fills up the place with an overwhelming positive energy which will purify one’s soul.
Followed by aarti and the light of enormous lamps provides the warmth and hope to all the devotees who wait patiently to seek his blessings. The energy in the space is so magnificent and divine that anyone can feel the presence of Lord Ganesha among themselves.
The work ambitions are to draw a connection between the Lord and human begins to receive his blessings, and mercy for their souls to find peace. This Aura in the space awakens god to rejoice his devotees and their prayers of his innocent dancing souls and he will be pleased by their devotion and perform along with them to shower his blessings on their souls, body, and mind.
|Choreographer :||Satvik Mahajan|
|Music :||Sashank Tirupathi|
|Costume :||Aloka D’souza|
|DOP :||B Krishna Karthik & Shoaib Ur Rehman|
|Dancers :||17 – 20|