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Our Pedagogy, Training dancers in technique is great and virtuosity can wow the audience, but if it doesn’t touch or make the audience feel something it seems the performance has lost its purpose.

BharathaNrityam/ Marga Nritta

BharathaNrityam/ Marga Nritta:

Indian Dramaturgy “Natya Shastra” author Bharatha`s technique is calledm“Marga Nritta”,This common Marga Style with all its aspects co-existed with the respective regional styles called Desi, In the post-Indian independence period, these regional dances got categorized as classical and folk-based on the development of the pedagogy and the sophistication of the technique.”Marga Nritta” has an authentic codification of the technical nuances besides the added advantage of the sculptural documentation of the same technique in many temples.Making the information unambiguous and precise. Nritta Karanas is an important dance technique detailed in the Marga Discipline. Bharatha’s Marga was the only grammar till the 8th and 9th Century, From the 10th Century, Desi Karanas came into existence. An amalgamation of Desi style with the Marga was from the 10th Century onwards.