Mumbai (RBI), Oct.06: Pavitra Bhat along with a team of 7 dancers from his dance institute P.A.V.I. selected for the prestigious dance tour of Australia. The performance is organised by ICCR in association with High Commission of India in Australia along with Ministry of Culture and External affairs, Govt of India.
Pavitra Bhat is a respected Empanelled Artist of ICCR - Indian Council of Cultural Relations.
ICCR is a Govt Body which takes care of Cultural exchange and educational program to build in the cultural awareness among countries.
This year being the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, Ministry of Culture had organised a Mega Competition in New Delhi and students of Shri Pavitra Bhat & wife Aparna Shastry Bhat
won the prestigious competition . They already had got a grand opportunity to perform at the Raj Path in front of Prime Minister and President of India during Republic Day Parade on 26th January 2022 and further as a cultural exchange program they are sent to Australia along with their Guru to represent our Country at International Platform.
The Team would be presenting Ramayana in Bharatanatyam Format . The five performance and workshops would be spread into three startes Canberra , Melborne and Sydney. The tour starts on 5th October and the team return back to India on 17th October .
Artists are Pavitra Bhat along with Aabha , Janhavi V , Jidnyasa, Shalin , Garima , Manaswi and Janhavi K.
Pavitra Art Visual Institute is a Dombivli based Bharatanatyam Dance Class run by Shri Pavitra Bhat and Smt Aparna Shastry Bhat. The school celebrates it's 20th year this year and has a strength of 250 students learning Bharatanatyam.
Many students have completed their Rangapravesha and also won numerable competitions. 9 students have received the Govt of India Junior Scholarship for Bharatanatyam .
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