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Our teachers: Nritya Rammohan

Bharatanatyam – taught by Nritya Rammohan

Nrithya Rammohan is a classically trained Bharatanatyam artist who began her dance training at an early age in Chennai, India.  She continues her journey under the guidance of Guru Smt. Revathy Ramachandran. Nrithya’s dance training has been further enhanced by engaging with renowned teachers like Priyadarshini Govind, Bragha Bassell, Praveen Kumar, Divya Ram, to name a few.

In the area of Dance research and academia, Nrithya has recently completed her work – ‘The Natyashashtra & the 108 Karanas’ with Dr. Sujata Mohan, a respected authority in the field.

Nrithya, whose name means Dance, has performed at various prestigious venues across the UK, working and collaborating with a diverse range of organisations. Her notable performances include those at the House of Commons, Inauguration of the Welsh Millennium Centre, International Business Forum at Liverpool on behalf of the Indian High Commission and Melas in Manchester, Cardiff, Hull, and Swansea.

Nrithya’s continuing contribution to dance was recently recognised with the ‘Community Champion Award’ from Asianlite for promoting Indian Dance especially amongst the younger generation of budding dancers.

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