Dance festival at Bhadrchalam on 24 January 2016, the abode of Lord Sitaramachandra Swamy, will host a unique cultural event christened “Bhadradri Nrutyabhishekam” on January 24 2016.
Dance festival at Bhadrchalam
As many as 555 artistes will perform Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Perini, folk and tribal dances simultaneously based on the legendary saint composer Bhakta Ramadasu’s keertanas in an attempt to create a world record, according to the organisers of the event.
The cultural event will be held at Midhila stadium abutting the main temple complex as part of a national traditional dance convention to be organised by the Awardee Teachers Association of Telangana (ATAT) in the temple town. The convention will also feature group competitions based on various episodes of the Ramayana in the afternoon and a mega group dance event “Nrutyaneerajanam” involving as many as 1108 artistes in the evening the same day.
The organisers have released a brochure on the upcoming event in Bhadrachalam on Thursday. The representatives of the Limca Book of Records, the Telugu Book of Records and the Telangana Book of Records have been invited for the forthcoming “Bhadradri Nrutyabhishekam”, said B Srinivasa Rao, President, Awardee Teachers Association of Telangana.
The event is intended to popularise and promote devotional keertanas composed by Bhakta Ramadasu in praise of Lord Rama.
For further details contact phones: 9848351370 and 9848421589 or visit website: www.bhadradribalotsavam.com.
In a bid to create world record, 555 artistes will perform Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Perini, folk and tribal dances at the “Bhadradri Nrutyabhishekam”