Big Dance Bus tour showcases colourful Indian dance….reports Asian Lite News
Members of Inspirational Indian Women group that included Aditi Khandelwal, Arti Rawal Vyas, Darshini Joshi, Piya Shukla Sharma, Pritidipa Barua, Shweta Dhall, Richa Sharma and Yesha Lakhani have presented an Indian classical dance during the Big Dance Bus tour at Regent Street recently.
The performing women were a mixture of house wives, professionals and mothers who are all passionate about dancing. The presentation offered a taste of the rich Indian culture and art to diverse members of public. Choreographed by Ragasudha Vinjamuri FRSA, the dance was performed on a foot-tapping instrumental music and was applauded by scores of audiences who have gathered at Summer Streets pavilion.
The presentation had an amazing response from the public who seemed consumed with the colourful costumes and the well co-ordinated movements, complimented by a wonder weather.
The Big Dance is a project which began in 2006 with biennial editions. It is led by the Mayor of London in partnership with People Dancing, a UK Development Organisation for community and participatory dance. Big Dance 2012 was the UK’s biggest ever celebration of dance so far, with over 3500 events that took place at various locations encompassing all dance styles.
Asian Lite International, with editions from London & Dubai, is now the most influential newspaper for the Indian Diaspora. A new media with active presence in the social and digital platforms, make Asian Lite most popular for the Indian community across the world. Asian Lite is the first publication to identify the potential and promote the contributions of Asian professionals, especially in the IT and Medical sectors, to the global economy.