Scintilating Dance Recital by Niveditha Parthasarathy

Smt. Niveditha Parthasararthy & her Troupe consisting of
Kumari’s Ishwarya, Meenakshi & Smt. Gayathri presented an excellent show for the
70th foundation course for All India Services at Lal Bahadur Shashtri National
Academy of Administration- Mussourie on 23-09-05. Despite a long journey from
the south with the train being delayed at Andhra their team of 4 Classical
Dancers gave in their best and had the IAS (Indian Administrative Service) and IPS
(Indian Police Service) Trainee Officers in raptures.Each item was carefully chosen commencing with the traditional & auspicious
‘Thodayamangalam ‘which itself means ‘Auspicious Beginning’ followed by
‘Pallandu Pallandu’ a Pasuram from Divya Prabhandam by the Vaishnavite Saint
Poet Perialwar blessing the Lord himself.

The choreography for ‘Azhagu Deivamaga Vandhu’ a Kavadi Chindu describing the
Qualities of Lord Murugha was commendable.

The immediate change of Smt. Niveditha Parthasarathy into ‘Andal Costume’ for
the song Male Manivanna had a pleasant effect.

Brahmam Okate by the Telugu Composer Annamaya conveys the message God is the
same for all, Just as the Sleep is the same for King and the Servant . This song
in folk beat made the audience also clap their hands to the beat of the music.

The various poses were very well applauded . The entry & exit was precise.

‘Thaga Thaga Endru Aadomo’ by Subramnya Bharati, an invigorating number
performed by Ishwarya , Meenakshi and Gayathri followed by Niveditha as Meera
for the song ‘Basomore Nainanme ‘ were very pleasing to watch.

The program concluded with a fast, rhythmic Thillana in Kathana Kuthukalam.

Niveditha Parthasarathy, a well accomplished danseuse, runs an institute
Nivedanam for the last 16 years n Chennai . She is an ICCR (Indian
Council for Cultural Relations) empanelled artiste and has performed in
all major Tourism festivals throughout India and also in the countries like
France, U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Germany, Reunion Island, Mauritius etc. Her contact
phone no is 044-22350820.