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Wonderful images of the dancer!Have a good day!
Hello, Joseph. It's always wonderful to hear from you ! I am so glad to see that you have posted a blog entry again. Please keep them coming. I love to visit you vicariously in India. What a lovely lady. I hope you and your family are well. Fondly, Ginnie
Beautiful photos. I'm hooked on contemporary Indian music. The likes of Anoushka Shankar and some others.Greetings from London.
I like how colorful this dancer's outfit and headwear are!
Great photos indeed
Hi Joseph, that's a wonderful series of photographs of the woman dancing. I don't think I've ever seen classical dance before. Thanks for your observant comment about my font size. I do it so that it is easy to read for older eyes-like mine too! Have a great day.
she looks so graceful!! <3
Ola,gostei muito.não conhecia este tipo de dança;Meu abraço.SU
As a child, I wanted to learn Bharathanatyam... Nice pictures!
I like that kind of dancing :)
Namaste.....Thank you for sharing. I enjoy such dances, grew up watching them although the specific names were not part of the memory. They were all simply called "Indian Dance" I did it at one point and so did my eldest girl.peace.Rhapsodyhttp://rappingonamelody.blogspot.ca/http://rappingonamelody.blogspot.ca/p/guestbook.htmlhttps://plus.google.com/101099217204323189067http://www.shelfari.com/rhapsodyphoenixhttp://twitter.com/rhapsodyphoenixhttp://pinterest.com/rhapsodyphoenix/https://www.facebook.com/RhapsodyPhoenixhttp://www.bloglovin.com/blog/4a442621/rhapsody-phoenix
Wonderful pictures, Pleased you have put a post on again. Have missed you.Yvonne.(Lewis)