Cultural carnival leaves denizens spell-bound
Arts, Crafts and Cultural Society organised the weekend cultural activities on its premises on Saturday and Sunday The cultural events began with...
Shilparamam Arts, Crafts and Cultural Society organised the weekend cultural activities on its premises on Saturday and Sunday. The cultural events began with Maddali Usha Gayathri and Group of Nritya Kinnera performing Kuchipudi dance. The group rendered Kuchipudi for the item ‘Karthikam’ and enthralled the audience.
Later, a group of dancers including Ashritha Shinde, Yashasvini, Sraddha Varanasi and Supriya rendered Kuchipudi for various items like ‘Ganesha Pancharatna Keerthana’, ‘Shiva Panchakshari’, ‘Namashivaya’, ‘Sharanam Bhava’, ‘Swagatham Krishna’ and more and mesmerised the audience. Ganesha Pancharatna Keerthana is in praise of Lord Ganesha composed by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya. Son of Parvati, Vinayaka, the elephant-faced god is the one who always delights the hearts of the devotees. The killer of Rakshasas, the protector of devas, the salvation giver to bhaktas, the all-merciful son of Shankara, is invoked with folded hands by the dancers at the beginning of their performance. The four-member group showcased their flawless efforts and enthralled the audience. All the dancers were accompanied by Maddali Usha Gayatri on (Nattuvangam), Vempati Srivalli Sharma (Voice), Sridharacharya (Mridangam) and Anil Kolanki (Violin).
On Sunday, Sukanya Kumar of Maharashtra performed Bharatanatyam for pieces like ‘Sadakshara Kautham’, ‘Shambo’, ‘Purna Chandrika Thillana’, ‘Brahmamokkate’ and engaged the audience till the end. The cultural events ended with the Kamehswari and Group of Satyam Academy mes merising audience with their Kuchipudi recital for items like ‘Annamayya’, ‘Ashtalakshmi,’ ‘Satyabhama Lekha’ and ‘Lasya Thandavam.’