Mohiniattam originated in Kerala the south-western state of India.
The word mohini means enchantress and aatam means dance; and according to the legends, mohiniattam is the dance of an enchantress.
Mohiniattam has its distinct lasya style - slow, soft and graceful movements.
Kuchipudi is one of the most graceful classical dance drama from Andhra Pradesh.
Kuchipudi takes its name from the village of its origin.
Kuchipudi follows the rules laid down by Natya Shastra; each Kuchpudi performance consists of perfectly balanced aspects of Nritta, Natya & Nrithya, not very common in other classical dance forms.
'Bharatanatyam is a means of spiritual elevation - both for the dancer and the audience'.
The most popular of the Indian Classical dance forms, Bharatanatyam, originated in Tamil Nadu and was inspired by the sculptures of the ancient Chidambaram temple.
A vibrant and creative session developed using Bollywood style as the base and mixing Indian Semiclassical and folk styles.