International Dance Day: From classical to koothu

A specially curated edition from The Hindu Friday Review to mark the occasion celebrated on April 29

April 27, 2024 03:46 pm | Updated 04:19 pm IST

Ankle bells add to the beauty of a dancer’s movements.

Ankle bells add to the beauty of a dancer’s movements. | Photo Credit: ARINDAM GHOSH

Here’s a collection of seven stories on dance. Read about the history of ankle bells, the angst of a male dancer, the journey of a dancing couple, the need to find the right teacher, contemporary expressions and about a Koothu collective.

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