Re: theos-talk Dance Revival in India by Rukmini Arundale - 75th Anniversary
Aug 21, 2011 07:36 AM
Also by the way, Joseph Ross who has written several books about Kroton had
worked closely with Rukmini for several years. I hope he writes up anecdotes
about Rukmini and he is welcome to post it here.
On Sun, Aug 21, 2011 at 7:50 AM, MKR <mkr777@r3C_S6L2UWa0RSD_LIndDKQGyQEHnBkQ_bFgw2zLK3Jad0nWXa_t3j7D4ay7S8sIf3Uu1moQLG3LOQ.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Rukmini Devi Arundale started the revival of the Indian Dance - Bharatha
> Natya when she performed at the Theosophical Convention at Adyar in 1936.
> She established Kalakshetra Academy which is now a University and it is
> celebrating 75th anniversary of the revival. To give you an idea of how
> popular the dance is in the USA, all the major cities in the USA has dance
> schools and most first generation immigrants from India, invariably send
> their daughters to be trained in it. You can read about the celebration
> scheduled in Mumbai.
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