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IndiaVivid is a platform to Discover, Share and Celebrate INDIA. We showcase the best of Indian States, Places, Art Forms, Dances and the like focusing on unique and distinct aspects of Indian culture which makes this country beautiful and one of a kind.

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Indian Classical Dance Forms

8 forms of Indian Classical dance forms are recognised in India. Indian classical dance has its origins in historical context some reaching out to 400 BC. These dances have drama and acting within the dancing sequence and are richly marked with facial expressions.

Classical dance forms such as Bharatnatyam have been revived and given greater impetus. The Indian Government recognises 11 forms of classical dance.

Sattriya – An Assamese Dance Form

Sattriya - An Assamese Dance Form

Sattriya - An Assamese Dance Form This classical dance form of Assam is unfortunately at the verge of extinction. This dance was recognised by Sangeet Natak Academy as a classical Indian Dance Form…



Andhra Pradesh prides to be the originator of Kuchipudi. This has its origin from the village of “Kuchelapuram”. Kuchipudi is ritualistic in its performance with incense sticks being lighted along with a song…

Manipuri Dance

Manipuri Dance

Manipur is an Eastern State in India. Folk dances and rituals linked to Lord Krishna have led to the evolution of Manipuri. Manipuri Dance quite often depicts scenes from the life of Lord…

Kathak, “The Story Teller”

Kathak, "The Story Teller"

Kathak, "The Story Teller" I will let you all in a secret at the very onset.  My knowledge of dance forms is limited to only Bollywood dances and songs, extended generously to just…

BharataNatyam – Expressing Music, Rhythm And Dance

BharataNatyam - Expressing Music, Rhythm and Dance

BharataNatyam - Expressing Music, Rhythm and Dance Bharatnatyam is considered to be a 2000 year dance form. This form of dance is particularly popular in several South Indian states such as Tamil Nadu…

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