Posted by: drreddy | August 21, 2012

MANIPUR To MAURITIUS

Panthoibi Thang-Ta & Jagoi Sindam Sanglen Group ( PTT & JSS Group)

 

To mark India’s 

Independence 

Day    

Celebrations the

PTT & JSS Group

from

Manipur visited  Mauritius last week and

gave a few representations around the island.

This Manipuri Music and Dance Group from

India was sponsored by the High Commission

of India, Mauritius, the Indira Gandhi Centre

for Indian Culture, Mauritius, and the

Ministry of Arts and Culture, Government of Mauritius.

The PTT & JSS Group also gave a

performance on 17 August at the

Rabindranath Tagore Institute, Illot,

Pamplemousses, Mauritius.

The show was attended by the

students and staff of the

Rabindranath Tagore Secondary school (RTSS),

Students and staff of the Rabindranath Tagore Institute (RTI).

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India is a multi-cultural country and it has many styles of dances which depict the various cultural richness of the country. These different forms of dances originated in the  different parts of India according to the local traditions prevalent in those parts of the country. These styles of dances have also imbibed elements from other parts of the country. The PTT & JSS Group that visited Mauritius has given a glimpse of that traditional dance style which originated in the North East State of Manipur, India. The accompanying artists played the Cymbals and the Manipuri Mridand Orpung which gave the rhythm and tune for the dancers to perform. It was a lovely and mind blowing programme.

The display of Martial Arts by young and talented boys and girls kept everybody gasping as if anything could have happen anytime. The tempo and energy showed by the artists kept the whole audience tongue tied and amazed. The Manipuri dance of the girls came as a relief after the Martial Art performances and the audience started breathing normal again. Such was the rhythm and performances of these artists. Bravo and Bravo again all artists. Young students of RTSS were  relaxed and happy watching such talented artists from Manipur.

 

                                      

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Programme was as follows;

1. Krishna Avisar (Manipuri Dance) by Meneka

2. Maibi Dance by Rina and Neha

3. Thang Pak Ani Yannaba (Martial Art)

     by Gopen and Rahul

4. Thang Sang Ani Yannaba(Martial Art)

     by Purnimashi and Yarani

5. Thangsang Ahum Yannaba by Radhamohan and Bidiya

6. ThangPak Ahum Yannaba (Martial Art) 

     by Gobin, Gopen and Shanjit Kumar

7. Das Avatar by Neha

8. Kabui Naga Dance by the  Group

 

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Photos: Kenny

 

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Responses

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