IFKA Kuchipudi Festival, Oct 14-15,2011, Chennai

Dear Art Lover,

We are happy to inform you that “INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF KUCHIPUDI ARTISTES” (I F K A), is on its mission to propagate the pride of Indian Classical dance, “KUCHIPUDI”. The primary aim of IFKA is to rejuvenate and bring back the glory that this great art form richly and truly deserves in the present social and cultural environment in India and all over the world.

IFKA is involved exclusively in promoting KUCHIPUDI, under the title “GURU PARAMPARA”. The grand LAUNCH of IFKA was done on 17th of May 2011 at “Ravindra Bharathi”, Hyderabad.

As a leap in our sincere attempt, we are organizing a 2 day “IFKA CHENNAI KUCHIPUDI DANCE FEST”, in the city of cultural appreciation, Chennai, on 14th and 15th October 2011 at the most prestigious theatre, “NARADA GANA SABHA”. Nearly 50 dancers from all over India and abroad are being invited to present their talent and perform Kuchipudi choreographies on these 2 days.

This festival is dedicated to the all time great guru, Padmabhushan Dr.Vemapati Chinna Satyam garu, to celebrate his 83rdBIRTH DAY on the 15th October 2011. It will also coincide to celebrate the great moment of the living legend being honoured with “DOCTORATE”, for his yeomen service to Kuchipudi.

In this regard we request your gracious presence in this event. Please find attached the INVITATION for your kind reference.

We look forward to your presence at Narada Gana Sabha, on both the days.

Warm regards

For International Federation of Kuchipudi Artists (IFKA)

D V Ramana

098410 16161

Source: Mr. Madhana Raghavan

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