Folk Dances of India by Nalanda Nrityakala Mahavidyalaya with Vaidehi Rele and Swapnokalpa Dasgupta.
A beautiful evening woven together with the vibrant folk dances of India.
Kajri from Uttar Pradesh
Koli from Maharashtra
Ghoomar from Haryana
Bihu from Assam
Garba from Gujarat
Nalanda Nrityakala Mahavidyalaya was established in the year 1973 by the famous dancer academician Padmabhushan Dr. (Smt.) Kanak Rele, with the sole purpose to provide and promote academics in Indian classical dances in its pristine purity. Performing Arts (Dance) was brought on par with every other stream of education. Currently Dr. (Smt.) Uma Rele is the Principal of the college. The college is permanently affiliated to the University of Mumbai, assessed& accredited by the National Accreditation & Assessment Council (NAAC). The ancient guru-shishya parampara (teacher-taught tradition) is practiced in Nalanda. Today Nalanda is the torchbearer decorated with Indian heritage.
Admission on a first-come-first-serve basis and as per the prevailing COVID-19 norms.