The Indian embassy is organising a contemporary dance performance by Dishaa Creative Dance Group led by Basu Sharma today for local dignitaries and diplomatic corps at St Regis Doha.
A part of the Qatar-India Year of Culture 2019 celebrations, the performance will be repeated tomorrow (February 22) for the larger Indian community at the DPS MIS auditorium.
The event, an amalgamation of several Indian dance styles, will be enacted by a troupe of 12 performers, according to a statement from the embassy. The Dance Group has structured its performance around six themes, in six parts named “Aura”, “Elements”, “Two shades”, “Mohe Rang Do Laal”, “Jugalbandhi (fusion)” and “Holiya me ude gulaal”.
The dance piece “Aura” highlights the significance of spirituality with performance, fusing together yoga movements and Indian contemporary dance.
“Elements” depicts fire and water elements.
The “Two Shades” piece brings into picture the two sides of life. “Mohe Rang Do Laal” celebrates the festival of colour through Kathak dance.
“Jugalbandhi” is a fusion of dances highlighting the cultural diversity of India. The event ends with a Rajasthani folk dance in “Holiya me ude gulaal” performance.
“Given that the event provides a glimpse of India’s rich cultural heritage, it would be a fitting tribute to the immense diversity that India offers and also to the links between India and Qatar in the field of culture and music,” the statement added.
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