Lord N.Dholakia, the Patron of Nrityakala Dance Heritage, Virendra Sharma M.P. Chair of Indo-British All Party parliamentary group and the members of Nrityakala Dance Heritage have the pleasure of inviting you to the event presenting music, dance, and panel discussion on “Challenges to promoting Indian culture in Britain”
Part 1: Shri – the un-deciphered womb- Indian mythology has a rather beautiful concept of ‘Shri’ – the un-deciphered, resplendent womb. Her identification is a matter of speculation, both Vedic and archaic. Her divinity is derived from the ancient treatises as well as from the local folklores. Sometimes she is a force of nature, sometimes […]
“Kaleidoscope” at The Watford Palace Theatre – 2nd November 2019 Bonding Memories “Bonding Memories” highlights the lost dance style of Indian Cinema juxtaposed against new styles. Hindi movie is a synonym for “Indian Imagery”, the powerhouse of entertainment, values, and impact embedded therein has a great influence on the community of the Indian sub-continent.
MP Virendra Sharma hosted a historic event in Committee Room 10 at Westminster last Thursday 3rd April 2014, when Bithika Raha Basu, Founder Director of the Nrityakala Dance Heritage put together a glittering panel to celebrate Rabindranath Tagore. Portraits of the great and the good looked down on a packed room of Tagore fans. The […]