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Indian Classical Dance Workshop ‘Nityotsava’ begins in Jamshedpur

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 Jamshedpur, June 3: ‘Nityotsava’, a four-day Indian Classical Dance workshop organised by Tata Steel Foundation (TSF) was inaugurated today in the presence of D B Sundara Ramam, Vice President, Raw Materials, Tata Steel. The workshop is being organised from June 3-6, 2023 at Rabindra Bhavan, Sakchi. Over 450 students will be participating in the workshop.

 The dance workshop is being organised in association with Kala Udyan, an organisation which is actively working towards training the youth in Indian classical dance forms and music. The workshop will include training in four major Indian dance forms: Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Manipuri and Odissi. The inaugural ceremony also witnessed dance performances

 During the inauguration ceremony, D B Sundara Ramam, Vice President, Raw Materials, Tata Steel, said, “We are privileged to be culturally so rich and our roots are our identity. I would like to encourage all the participants to make most of this workshop on Indian classical dance forms.”

Jiten Topno, Head Urban Services, Tata Steel Foundation, said, “Classical dances of India inculcate discipline and focus in dancers. Tata Steel Foundation envisages that children of Jamshedpur taking up classical dance as their primary extracurricular activity will help them get more focus and discipline in their lives.”

 For several years, Tata Steel Foundation has been promoting and organising classes and workshops for the community. To preserve and promote Indian classical dance forms and music, Tata Steel Foundation has been organising several competitions, fests and workshops every year. ‘Nityotsav’ is one such initiative designed to provide a platform to the youth of Jamshedpur to learn dance and music from experts across India.

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