21st century Bharatnatyam: A Tradition in Transition By Rajashree Raju (2013)

Rajshree delves into her take on Bharatanatyam , and seeks to share a myriad of her views on issues with this classical dance form in the contemporary context

“Wherever they may be found in the world, the great traditions of dancing deliberately and consciously convey meaning. They are not simply mindless entertainments.” RAJIKA PURI

About the Author:
Rajashree Raju is a student from Kerala pursuing her graduation in History from Miranda House, Delhi University.. Her training in Bharatanatyam started from when she was four. She went to Kalakshetra, Chennai and completed her schooling there with Bharatanatyam and Carnatic Music as major subjects.
For her Internship with the Anand Foundation Rajshree delves into her take on Bharatanatyam , and seeks to share a myriad of her views on issues with this classical dance form in the contemporary context

“Wherever they may be found in the world, the great traditions of dancing deliberately and consciously convey meaning. They are not simply mindless entertainments.” RAJIKA PURI