Since the divine birth in ancient times, she has travelled thousands of years through culturally vast regions of India adapting, evolving and innovating as she transformed into a unique being enthralling all in her way. She is an entertainer, educator, facilitator, innovator and above all “the embodiment of power” who can fight social injustice.The presentation is aimed to educate the audience on ancient and modern Indian dances, customs and cultures. This event is being presented by Rhythms School of Dance and led by Artistic Director Ranjana Warier.
Location of this event: Don Taft University Center, Performance Theatre.
Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.
IMPORTANT: Because there will be a high school graduation taking place on campus at the same time, we would encourage you to come early to park. Parking is available on the south part of Nova’s campus. Entrance is from College Avenue.
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