They danced all day

Alliance Francaise celebrated world dance day by having performances for 12 hours straight. It was fun time for the performers and the audience.

With the gathering of dancers, gurus and dance enthusiasts from across India, World Dance Day at Bengaluru witnessed a gorgeous riot of dance forms and music. The event was held at Alliance Francaise, Vasanthnagar on 29th April.

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The man behind the event was Ashish Mohan Khokar, a dance associate of Alliance. He has been running an academic dance series at the centre.

Apart from dance forms such as Odissi, Bharathanatyam and Kathak there were Yakshagana, Chitra Nritya and Yogic Bharatanatyam performances too.

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