This Indian Classical Dancer Has Performed 7 Times At The British Parliament
NRIs have always held a special place in the hearts of Karan Johar and foreigners alike. There’s nothing more exciting for foreigners than getting to participate in the culture of India from the convenience of their own home. Which is why it’s amazing to see that Ragasudha Vinjamuri has translated classical Indian dance in a way that the British parliament truly appreciated it. Seven times to be precise. (h/t)
Having studied under her guru Uma Rama Rao, she’s definitely got a lot of feathers in her cap –
- An Academic Tutor at the University of Sunderland London
- The Chairperson for the Public Relations Committee of Hindu Forum of Britain
- Founder of Sanskruti Centre of Cultural Excellence London
- Fellow at the Royal Society of Arts
She has drawn focus to various things through her performances – such as Ahimsa, Ayurveda, Dance and Music Therapy. The Hyderabadi dancer moved to the UK 12 years ago and has established herself as one of the foremost experts in classical dance.
This woman is clearly not holding back in her efforts to enlighten the British and by extension the world about the nuances of dance that exist in India. Because, shockingly, we’re more than just spices and Bollywood put together.
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