Анджана Раджан: Легенди про кохання і чудеса17.06.2016, Філармонія , Острозького, 11
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Anjana Rajan was initiated into Bharata Natyam in Geneva, Switzerland where she lived as a child. Her teachers here included Smt. Malik, Smt. Rajamani and Smt Padmini Mohan-Durr.
On completion of her schooling, her quest for the authentic drew Anjana to Kalakshetra, Madras, where she pursued a rigorous course of studies in Bharata Natyam and allied subjects. At Kalakshetra she had the good fortune of coming into contact with the inspiring founder director, Rukmini Devi Arundale, whose emphasis on the divinity of all arts had a deep influence on her.
After spending her formative years in the United States and Europe and later coming under the spell of traditional India woven by Rukmini Devi Arundale and Kalakshetra, Anjana perceives two distinct streams in her personality: the Eastern and the Western. The two cultures she has imbibed have widened her outlook and enabled her to draw a unique personal satisfaction from her study of dance.
Anjana has taught Bharata Natyam and folk dances to children and adults and conducted mime and movement sessions for theatre artists.
She has given recitals and lecture demonstrations of Bharata Natyam in India and other countriesANJANA RAJAN and has choreographed a number of folk, classical and contemporary dance items for group and solo presentation.
Recently she travelled to Scotland where she performed for the Glasgow opening of the multi-disciplinary exhibition Talacchanda at the Tramway Theatre, on which she collaborated with Glasgow based artist Ranjana Thaplayal in 2002. Talacchanda was earlier premiered in December 2000 in New Delhi, at the British Council's Queen's Gallery and in Edinburgh at Out of The Blue Gallery in June 2001.
Anjana is a regular contributer of articles to national dailies and journals. Her articles on classical dance, music and other topics have been published in The Pioneer, The Statesman and The Hindu among others. Since 2002 she has been working as Senior Sub-Editor in The Hindu, national daily.
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