Shri Raghavan Nair’s Indian Dance Centre celebrated 30 years of creativity with their dance drama production Moksha that took place on the 18th February 2017 at UNSW Science theatre.
There was a certain ambience that was created for the night; as soon as you walked into the theatre with a live sitar and tabla performance in the foyer area. Once the doors opened to over 750 guests there was the lighting of the lamp by the chief guests, Mr Yogesh Punja, High Commissioner of Fiji and R.B Karjee, Indian Cultural Centre Director of India.
Following that, there were engaging classical performances by Shri Raghavan Nair and by guest artists Sheila Nair, Suhasini Sumithra, and Ira Patkar who did justice to their respective Indian classical art forms and gave the audience an enriching experience in the process.
The wonderful costumes which were designed by Poornima Sharma.
(Photo credit: Desi Australia’s official photographer Balzinder Balz)