Finding serenity within your soul

2nd December 2017By Pranaame BhagawatiEditor's Note No Comments

Namaskar! I heartily sent you all warm wishes for the Christmas and New Year. A lot is happening in AMRAPALI and we all are geared with many forthcoming and ongoing happenings. We have successfully completed the 2nd CHIMERA 2017 on October 24th, supported by the Department of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Assam, recognized by Shri … Read More

Satkara’s commendable initiative encouraged the Sattriya talents

3rd September 2017By Amrapali MagazineCulture, What's happening No Comments

Satkara (A society for propagating Satriya Culture) in association with Directorate of Cultural Affairs and Dalmia Bharat Cement organized Nata Nrityam 2017- 2nd All Assam Sattriya dance competition in loving memory of Nrityaratna Dr Jagannath Mahanta. The competition was held in three different places of Assam viz Jhanji, Duliajan and Guwahati on 2nd, 9th and … Read More

Byatikram MASDO celebrating 91st Birth Anniversary of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika in Guwahati

1st September 2017By Amrapali MagazineWhat's happening No Comments

Team Byatikram welcomes you to the 91st Birth Anniversary of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika” an initiative by Byatikram Mass Awareness and Social Development Oraganization to be held on 8th September 2017 at Karmashree Hiteshwar Saikia Auditorium, Adabari, Guwahati in association of Ministry Of Culltural Affairs, Bangladesh. With reference to this the president of Byatikram MASDO, Dr. … Read More

The Dancing Masks

21st August 2017By Pranaame BhagawatiFeatured No Comments

From time immemorial, masks has been an integral part of dancing. It is an accessory worn upon face to portray a specific character and also to disguise oneself as per the performance content. But, there also exist masks that is worn on the whole body like the giant Totem mask of Australia and also around … Read More

Indian Dance Through Ages

15th August 2014By Pranaame BhagawatiCulture, Featured No Comments

Dance is an ancient art form that very much influences the society and also gets influenced and prone to social norms at the same time.  As a temple art, especially meant for the purpose of offering to Gods, Indian classical dances have traversed varied time frames of being possessed with royal honours to undergoing social … Read More