Sujata Mohapatra, distinguished disciple and daughter-in-law of late legendary Odissi maestro Kelucharan Mohapatra opens the Odissi dance institute “Guru Keerti Srjan” in Balasore

Following is an excerpt from a report in Hindu.

The distinguished disciple and daughter-in-law of late legendary Odissi maestro Kelucharan Mohapatra opened an Odissi dance institute namely Guru Keerti Srjan in the North Orissa town of Baleswar. Aptly as the name of the institute suggested, Guru Keerti (legacy of the Guru) and Srjan (creativity and the name of the Bhubaneswar-based Odissi institution that Guru Kelucharan had founded) has been visualised to carry forward the legacy of the great master who was known for his unbound creativity. “This institute would specially care for the uncared-for talents who would be groomed in the age old guru-shishya tradition. Besides, my thrust would be on propagation of authentic Odissi tradition through proper teaching,” stated Sujata.

 

Add comment July 29th, 2011

Intensive Advanced Course in Odissi at the Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra Odissi Research Center: Admission ad from Dharitri

Add comment April 27th, 2009

Odissi schools in every district

Following is an excerpt from a report in Statesman.

The state government has decided to open Odissi schools in every district in the State and outside for promotion of art and Odissi culture said Mr Gopinath Mohanty, secretary of culture department on Saturday evening at the closing ceremony of Dhenkanal Mahotsav.

He also told that the government would also open Sunday art schools from 14 November in Bhubaneswar and subsequently in the other districts also.

Add comment November 5th, 2007


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