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12th July 2017
Thank you for your support.
Now that my show is knocking on the door, I would like to withdraw my funds. I have given some of my ornaments for polishing and my costume is with the tailor getting stitched!
Invites have been printed and is being distributed. I am also sending e invites to everyone.
Along with all the arrangements, I am continuing rehearsals as sincerely as possible.
My orchestra comprise of
1. Nattuvangam: Dr Lakshmi Ramaswamy
2. Vocal: Sri Veera Raghavan
3. Violin: Sri Ananthakrishnan
4. Mridangam: Sr i Vedakrishnaram

Tentative expense would be 25K for the orchestra which would be paid on the day of the programme after the show.
Videography and photography - 10K (Payment would be made after the show) 
Thank you for your support.
Now that my show is knocking on the door, I would like to withdraw my funds. I have given some of my ornaments for polishing and my costume is with the tailor getting stitched!
Invites have been printed and is being distributed. I am also sending e invites to everyone.
Along with all the arrangements, I am continuing rehearsals as sincerely as possible.
My orchestra comprise of
1. Nattuvangam: Dr Lakshmi Ramaswamy
2. Vocal: Sri Veera Raghavan
3. Violin: Sri Ananthakrishnan
4. Mridangam: Sr i Vedakrishnaram

Tentative expense would be 25K for the orchestra which would be paid on the day of the programme after the show.
Videography and photography - 10K (Payment would be made after the show) 
12th July 2017
Dear All,

Thank you for the great support. I have tried to reach out to the press and because my show has the tag of being the first crowded solo Bharatanatyam show, I might get little bit of coverage. Here's a link of an article published on my show by Indulge, New Indian Express.
I am happy that the writer has also mentioned about Milaap in the article.

http://www.indulgexpress.com/life-style/society/2017/jul/11/from-rs-17-in-her-pocket-to-crowdfunding-a-bharatanatyam-recital-2609.html

Happy Reading!  
Dear All,

Thank you for the great support. I have tried to reach out to the press and because my show has the tag of being the first crowded solo Bharatanatyam show, I might get little bit of coverage. Here's a link of an article published on my show by Indulge, New Indian Express.
I am happy that the writer has also mentioned about Milaap in the article.

http://www.indulgexpress.com/life-style/society/2017/jul/11/from-rs-17-in-her-pocket-to-crowdfunding-a-bharatanatyam-recital-2609.html

Happy Reading!  
6th July 2017
Thank you donors for your support. My invite is ready!
My 75 minute performance schedule is ready. The solo bharatanatyam recital would begin with a fast rhythmic piece called Anjali and follow three slokas on Guru that would be chanted. My centre piece is called a Varnam, typical of a Bharatanatyam repertoire. My varnam is on Krishna where the Heroine pleads to the sakhi to go and tell Krishna that the heroine is waiting. It is an enterprising number with both nritta and abhinaya.
I would continue with two strictly abhinaya piece showcasing my range in expressions. One piece deals with a little girl around 13 years who is childish and quite stubbornly proposes Krishna to marry her. The second one is of a mother and her child, and how she is fascinated by how her child grows. I share small episodes of every mother and child.
I will end with a Thillana in Desh, a rhythmic number based on Swami Dayananda Saraswati's composition, Bharata Desh Hitaya that spreads the act of kindness, togetherness and goodness amongst people.

Thank you donors for your support. My invite is ready!
My 75 minute performance schedule is ready. The solo bharatanatyam recital would begin with a fast rhythmic piece called Anjali and follow three slokas on Guru that would be chanted. My centre piece is called a Varnam, typical of a Bharatanatyam repertoire. My varnam is on Krishna where the Heroine pleads to the sakhi to go and tell Krishna that the heroine is waiting. It is an enterprising number with both nritta and abhinaya.
I would continue with two strictly abhinaya piece showcasing my range in expressions. One piece deals with a little girl around 13 years who is childish and quite stubbornly proposes Krishna to marry her. The second one is of a mother and her child, and how she is fascinated by how her child grows. I share small episodes of every mother and child.
I will end with a Thillana in Desh, a rhythmic number based on Swami Dayananda Saraswati's composition, Bharata Desh Hitaya that spreads the act of kindness, togetherness and goodness amongst people.