Bangkok 7th September 2018: A one-day workshop on Bharatanatyam was conducted at the GIIS campus in Bangkok, Thailand. It gave recourse for our students to accomplish their long cherished vision to understand the spellbinding beauty of South Indian Classical Dance gestalt.
Bharatanatyam is a traditional Indian dance from the temples of Tamil Nadu in southern India. This is one of the most appreciated dance forms in India. It is believed that it is created by Lord Shiva who is also the God of Dance. Now it went beyond the religious fence and ripened into a part of the universal art.
The programme which the school hosted had been organized by the Indian Cultural Centre (ICC), Bangkok. Ms. Vritul Sarma a well-known artist from India was heading the workshop. Mr. Ramesh Chand Director ICC honored the programme with his presence. The next workshop will be conducted in November 2018.
All Indian students from Grade 1 onwards participated. Even some Thai kids also have shown interest and took part in the programme. Vice- Principal Ms. Sumita Jolly and Ms. Shikha Rastogi have taken the initiative and guided the whole programme. The programme enriched the artistic and aesthetic skills of students.