Only Group in the world to perform Indian Classical Dance On Wheelchairs!
This is the time to awaken and see, to believe – an innovation and revolution in the history of classical dances of India. Performing Bharatanatyam on wheelchairs by replacing the wheels in place of legs has broken the record that only abled bodied people can perform Bharatnatyam. With years of hard work and innovative methodology this was made possible. In this unique performance, through every dance movement, one can witness indomitable spirit of the differently abled artistes.
Today it is an exclusive credit that the most respected classical dance form Bharatanatyam, can be performed by disabled people on wheel chairs. The complete adavu (steps), jathi (combination of advus), thirmanams (sequence of pure rhythmic dance composed of adavu-jathis) have been reinvented on wheels and are performed with absolute precision. Wheelchairs are ifact an advantage while performing many steps, ie. like rangakramana adavu (covering the stage), bhramari (spins), jaru adavu (sliding), with speed and precision. The spinning speed of a wheelchair is faster than an accomplished dancer’s spins! The moving speed on the wheelchairs is about 100 kms/hr. They have excelled both in Nritta and Nritya.
Wheelchair Bharatanatyam production:
Dasha Dikpala Stuthi
Jugal Bandi On wheel Chairs