On the first day, Sheela Unnikrishnan’s troupe presented a thematic presentation ‘Saranam’, a surrender to the supreme, set in Bharatanatyam. Both Kathak performances on the third day emphasised rhythmic aspects of the dance, with few ‘bhav’ numbers. Enchanting presentationGhanakanta Bora’s troupe performed Sattriya dance on the fourth day. On the same day, the talented Sinam Basu Singh and his troupe performed Manipuri dance. Her item on Kanyakumari titled ‘Eternal Kanya’ captured the agony and anger of the goddess as Shiva failed to arrive for their marriage.
Source: The Hindu October 12, 2017 07:30 UTC