Switzerland forum honours Ragasudha Vinjamuri with citation and title. . . . reports Asian Lite News
Telugu Association of Switzerland has recently honoured UK based Ragasudha Vinjamuri with a citation and title ‘Nrutya Nagaja’ during their vibrant Ugadi celebrations in Zurich. Ragasudha Vinjamuri is currently teaching at the University of Sunderland in London. Her cultural persona includes performances at various festivals and venues in India, Germany and Britain. She has been lauded for having performed at the British Parliament for four times. She has rendered the inaugural opening dance for the prestigious Diwali celebrations at Trafalgar Square, the first ever Telugu artiste to perform during the 15 year old history of the festival. She has also received appreciation from Her Majesty Queen’s representative in Midlands for her dance performance at Consulate General of India in Birmingham.
She conducts workshops in schools across the UK on importance of dance and story-telling in Hinduism and has briefly taught dance in Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Manchester before moving to London. She has represented the UK at United Nations Convention on Bio Diversity COP 11, and has the distinction of performing at different European and World Congresses. She has been conferred awards for her contributions to culture and art in the UK, and earned the title Kala Vaaradhi and Abhinaya Praveena.