On two evenings, women, aged 20 to 75 will dance. Showcase of creative talent in R. A. Puram.

Athmalaya is a combination of dance and meditation, and has some 200 women from different fields – doctors, engineers, entrepreneurs, mothers and grandmothers between the ages of 20 and 80.
Athmalaya was started by Mala Bharath in the year 1998 and is now completing 25 years.
Dance Hour Nite is the flagship event of Athmalaya since its inception in 2014. Dance Hour Nite ’23 is back after a hiatus of three years and  is going to be a two day event with the performance of 180 women from different parts of India and across the globe.
Thematic presentations ‘Trimurti’ – Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva on Saturday,  April 29 and
‘Tridevi’ – Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi on Sunday, April 30
At  Chettinad Vidyashram auditorium, R A Puram, 6 p.m onwards. Open to all.

Contact – Gowri Jayakrishnan / Co-ordinator, Athmalaya.

98849 53013. www.athmalaya.in
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