The 46th edition of Krishna was held under the patronage of Shobha Deepak Singh, Director and Vice Chairperson of Sriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra.
A wonderful show. During the four-day show, artists brought alive the legend of Lord Krishna from centuries ago.
The show started with Bala Krishna playing around and displaying childlike innocence. His youth is beautifully depicted with his divine consort Radha and other gopis. His journey into adulthood is depicted most intensely with scenes of his departure from Mathura to Dwaraka after killing his uncle Kamsu. Krishna’s words to Arjuna during the Mahabharata are still relevant today and form an integral part of the show, still etched in our collective consciousness. Using traditional Indian dance forms like Mayurbhanj, Chow and Kalaripayattu, Sangeetha beautifully depicts every scene of his life.
Shobha Deepak Singh opined, “‘Krishna’ emotes the inner truths of life, in their basic simplicity, explained by Lord Krishna. These are contained within the folds of innumerable anecdotes, embedded in his life stories, and eternally inspiring in their traditional and today’s modern context.”
From his birth to his participation in the epic Mahabharata, Lord Krishna’s life is interwoven with a variety of stories, legends and magic.
The artistes have performed each scene with utmost care, precision, enthusiasm and enthusiasm. The audience greeted the artistes with Brahmaratham patti.
Singh’s precise vision and execution showcases all aspects of Lord Krishna’s guise, giving the performance a mesmerizing energy. “Fantastic choreography, lighting, costumes, sound, technical support and atmosphere create the perfect backdrop and contribute to making all productions heart-warming. In the display of violence, despite all the odds, despite the apparent chaos of the present, hope for peace eventually emerges,” she adds.
Read on Latest news And Latest news Here
GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings