On the fifth day of 'Ghamak', exhibiting art variations, spontaneous Bharatnatyam act was presented by the ace dancer Lata Singh Munshi.
Here on Saturday, Ghamak marked its fifth day. It is being organised by the Directorate of Culture, Madhya Pradesh at the Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum.
The dance lovers enjoyed the beautiful Bharatnatyam performance by the senior Bharatnatyam dancer Lata Singh Munshi, and her disciples Arohi Munshi and Riya Jha.
The programme started with the traditional composition of Bharatanatyam dance system by Lata Singh Munshi and his disciples from Swar Pallavi, praising Lord Shri Vishnu in Raga-Valaji, Taal and more.
Music composition in this presentation was done by Thanjavur R. Kesavan. Besides, Vasudevan Aiyengar was on vocal and, Mridangam, Nattuvangam was played by Thanjavur R.V. Kesavan, Rajat Prasanna accompanied on flute, Shyamala Bhaskar accompanied on Veena and Raghavendra Prasath accompanied on violin.
The next presentation was a composition from the 12th century Ashtapadi from the twenty-first volume of Geetagovind poetry composed by Mahakavi Jayadeva, describing the conjunct Shringar of Sri Krishna and Radha in raga-malika. through sakhi.
The presentation concluded with a description of the 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu (Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimh, Vaman, Parashurama, Rama, Balarama, Buddha, Kalki) from the epic Geetgovind composed by Mahakavi Jayadeva. In this presentation, music composition, singing and nattuvangam - Ms. Sudha Raghuraman, Mridangam and other rhythm instruments - Mr. Thanjavur R. Kesavan, flute playing- belongs to Shri Raghuram Govindarajan.
The composition and direction of the presentations was done by Guru Lata Singh Munshi.