'... as a viewer, I needed to feel what the dancers were going through and it worked well...' (Malcolm Keen, Pulse magazine)
This piece celebrates the timeless relationship of Radha and Krishna. Blossoming over four parts, the audience is taken through phases of their nuanced love.
This piece is very close to Urja’s heart as it was originally choreographed by her guru Kumudini Lakhia as a blessing for her move to the UK.
Choreography: Kumudini Lakhia
Dance: Urja Desai Thakore
Music: Atul Desai featuring Vaishali Trivedi
Performances: Nehru Centre, London | Nritta Festival: Mumbai, India | Madras Music Season, India | mac, Birmingham
Image Credit: Simon Richardson