The 3 days Winter Dance Workshop 2017 organised by Amrapali (Society for ARTS) in collaboration with the Haflong Girls’ H.S. School in Haflong experienced superb support from the active parents, Govt. Girls’ H.S. School authority, Education Inspector, local workshop coordinators and most importantly the super talented dance loving students.

The workshop started from December 21st to 23rd and the final day commemorated with the students’ public performance and distribution of the Participation Certificates.

From L to R: Bandana Barman, Ranu Choudhury & Pubali Gupta

The #amrapalians – Ranu Choudhury (Workshop Coordinator), Pubali Gupta and Bandana Barman (Workshop Dance Instructors) took charge of conducting this workshop and were inspired and guided by the Founder and Artistic Director of Amrapali – Pranaame Bhagawati.

The love and acceptance that Amrapali (Society for ARTS) received is simply indescribable and touching. The sole motto of organising such workshops is to make our young generation understand and appreciate Indian traditional art forms.

Amrapali (Society for ARTS) have been taking Indian culture from urban to remote areas as well as from different native Indian localities to foreign land in every possible ways! The Society further have plans to organise such workshops in places like Majuli, Lakhimpur, Jorhat and Tezpur.

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