Released on social networks on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi the video of Prajakta Auree is talking about it. Dancer of bharata natyam, the young woman speaks about her passion.
She has been dancing since she was a child. But at the beginning it was anything but classical Indian dance: “It is in college that I discovered bharata natyam. I knew absolutely nothing about this dance. I joined the class simply because it was dance.”
But little by little, the teenager is really starting to take a liking to the graceful movements and the rigor that this dance requires: “Bharata natyam is a very difficult dance to master. It takes a lot of diligence and patience to master all the subtleties of this dance.”
Completing her diploma and a degree, Prajakta now lives off her passion: “I now teach bharata natyam in a school and it is always a pleasure to share my knowledge with the younger ones.”
And when it is not with her students, it is with the general public that the dancer shows her art: “I put together a choreography every year on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Until now it has always been filmed with the means at hand. But this year, I could count on a team of professionals for the realization of the clip. That’s why the Gananayakaya video was so successful and I’m very happy about it. Above all, it is a huge encouragement to continue.”