Yes, I think they should be called compositions
Don't want to spoil it further but she marries that creepy dude in the end
I figured it was going that way.
But wow was he creepy.
Like sham said, it is taught everywhere in India(and any other country with large Indian populations) but in general, it is not taught for a month(unless it is just for fun). It is usually more like ballet(years and years of practice).
I had it figured as some sort of religion-centred traditional ballet-level dance. I'm quite aware I wouldn't exactly be hired for the Indian Traditional Dance equivalent of Swan Queen after a month of lessons
. Just enough to make you an educated spectator, I would assume.
Though I figure it would probably take upward of 8 months just to get the hand gestures right!
To me, it sounds like some weird mix of guitar and cello.
Sort of, now that you mention it.
noddzy and sham close your eyes
Promise won't post more of these for some time
Some good synchro in this.
Though my favourite is still the one you posted earlier. Her form was so gorgeous, and the flow was, well, flawless, not a step wasted in either direction.
I'd love some more of this some time.
Don't worry about us- all this quite educational for me too, so keep these videos coming. There is something moving and edifying about introducing one's arts/culture to a curious and open-minded outsider such as Maya - in some ways it makes me appreciate it better.
True, I find everything more fascinating when I'm in the process of researching and explaining it as well.
True. This Maya is a gem
. But I also want to preserve her open-mindedness and not bombard her with stuff just because she asked
( not as if I haven't done that already
I have not had enough and I humbly request more pls some time.