Mohiniattam dance style belongs to

Mohiniattam is the feminine dance form of Kerala. It is known for its very sensual themes. Mohiniattam has an extremely, slow seductive quality. It has only been in recent decades that Mohiniattam has risen in popularity and acceptability. Sunanda Nair is one of the prominent dancers of Mohiniattam.

Kuchipudi dance style belongs to

Kuchipudi is the classical dance form from the state of Andhra Pradesh. It derives its name from the village of Kuchelapuram, a small village about 65 kms from Vijaywada. It is known for its graceful movements and its strong narrative/dramatic character.

Bharatnatyam dance style belongs to

Bharatnatyam is an artistic yoga that involves the movement of the body parts in a very artistic and elegant manner. It is the most widely practised of Indian classical dances in south India, and has its origin in Tamil Nadu. The term Bharatnatyam was introduced in the mid thirties by S. Krishna Iyer and later spread by Rukminidevi Arundale. It comprises of Bhava, Raga, Tala, and Natya put together as Bharatanatyam.

Which of the painting is mixture of Rajasthani and mughal?

Kangra painting is a mixture of Rajasthan and Mughal. The pictorial art of Kangra is one of the finest gifts of India to the art world. It originated in a small hill state ‘Guler’ in lower Himalayas in 18th century when a family of Kashmiri painters trained in Mughal Style of painting sought shelter at the court. of Raja Dalip Singh of Guler.

Sangeet Natak Academy was established in ?

The Sangeet Natak Akademi was set up in 1953 for the promotion of performing arts. Setting up of Sangeet Natak Akademi is one of the main recommendations of the National conference on Dance, Drama, and Music, held in New Delhi in 1951. The Sangeet Natak Akademi is an Autonomous Body under the Ministry of Culture.

Who is known as the “Piccaso of India”?

Maqbool Fida Hussain, described as the Picasso of India, was one of the subcontinent’s best known painters. His influence on contemporary South Asian art was enormous. In 1955 he was awarded the prestigious Padma Shri by the Indian government and in the 1980s was nominated to the upper house of the Indian parliament, while in 1971 he was invited, with Pablo Picasso. to the Sao Paulo Biennial in Brazil.

Who is known as “Raffale of East”?

Raja Ravi Verma was known as ‘Raffale of East’. His paintings are considered to be among the best examples of the fusion of Indian traditions with the techniques of European academic art.

In which year “SPIC MACAY” was established?

All India Music Academy established in which year?

Which of the following are wind instrument?

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