K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: Students of Paramita high school in Karimnagar town have won accolades for their scintillating traditional Kuchupudi dance performances during the celebrations of unveiling of statue of equality of Sri Ramanujachary at Tridandi Chinnajeeyar Swamy Ashram in Muchintal near Shamshabad on the outskirts of Hyderabad during the festivities from February 2 to 14.
Impressed by the performances of the students, the state government had provided them with appreciation certificates and Chinnajeeyar Swamy had blessed the students for their traditional dance form and winning accolades. Traditional Kuchupudi dances were performed by B Sujala Reddy, Neelam Pranav Swaroop, Arsha Srikar, V Chakrika, Ardhika Reddy and others under the guidance of dance master M Bhujanga Rao.
It was a rare opportunity for the students to performance such important traditional dance as per Sanskrit rituals and winning accolades. Paramita educational institutions chairman E Prasada Rao, principals K Hanumantha Rao and Prashanth Kumar and others appreciated the students.