Five dancers continue Aranggetram tradition


FIVE Bharatanatyam dancers from the Sangeerthana Nadalaya Arts House underwent their Aranggetram (First Performance) as teacher Prema Selvam’s first graduating class, Malaysia Nanban reported.The school held its first Aranggetram for 10 students 25 years ago in Kota Baru, Kelantan.

After the first event was officiated by Datin Seri Indrani Samy Vellu more than two decades ago, the school has held countless Salanggai Pooja and Aranggetram.

The current batch of five students, including three from Tamil Nadu, underwent their Aranggetram at the Tan Sri Dato K.R. Soma Auditorium in Kuala Lumpur.

Prema said the students had performed at temples festivals, opening ceremonies, government Deepavali functions, Christmas events and many others as part of their training with the school.

Nithiya Shri Saravanan, Parthavalli Saravanan, Saimapriya Nanthakumaran, Hema Ramesh and Darshika Ravhichandran performed for more than a hundred attendees during the Aranggetram.

● The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.

Article type: free
User access status:
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

tamil newspaper ,

   

Next In Nation

DNB: 5G accessible in 38% of populated areas, integrated sites capable of almost 50% coverage
Dr Zaliha, Malaysia's first Health Minister to chair WHO executive board meeting
Johor Ruler to attend Thaipusam celebrations in Skudai
Kota Kinabalu LHDN service counters temporarily relocated to Dewan Menara Hasil
New scam sees groups on WhatsApp and Telegram claiming to ‘collect funds’ on behalf of Bank Negara
Staff shortage, patient load led Klang hospital to close emergency dept green zone
Abandoned as a baby, Hashimah no longer in limbo after getting IC
Sand mining operator lodges police report after stand-off with NGOs over turtle landing site in Lumut
Some 50% of Ipoh's populated areas have 5G coverage, says mayor
Klang hospital shuts Emergency Dept to non-critical cases due to high load

Others Also Read