Dance – II to V

Dance, as a co-curricular activity is conducted once a week. Students are introduced to diverse dance forms ranging from Bharatha Natyam to folk traditions that flourish in different parts of the country, each with its own distinct cultural and aesthetic appeal. Dance elements taught to the students include

  • Guru Vandanam
  • Basic ‘adavus’ of Bharatha Natyam
  • Classical dance forms – Pushpanjali, Padams, Sholkas, Geethams
  • Regional folk dances
  • Mudras
  • Thalam
  • Semi-classical dances
  • Theory of classical dance

Learning dance helps children coordinate different parts of their body like hands, eyes, fingers, feet etc. In addition it improves concentration, mental alertness, reflexes, physical agility and relieves stress.

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