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Lasya Dance (OPC) Pvt Ltd

Welcome to Lasya Dance Pvt Ltd – Where tradition meets talent and the past inspires the present.

At Lasya Dance Pvt Ltd, we are deeply rooted in the ethos of embracing tradition while empowering the next generation of artists. Our mission is to celebrate and preserve the robustness of Indian classical art by bridging the gap between past and present through ancient myths and timeless masterpieces. 

We are passionate about promoting young classical talents across the globe, nurturing their skills, and helping them reach their full potential. Our commitment extends beyond promoting classical artwork; we also aim to tie memorable myths with legendary works of the past, reminding us all of the aesthetic moments that define our cultural heritage.

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to forget the traditions and values that make us unique and give us a sense of belonging. At Lasya Dance Pvt Ltd, we strive to educate, preserve, research, engage, perform, and elevate our rich heritage, igniting values that resonate in today's world.

Join us on this journey to revive and celebrate the exceptional culture and art forms that define us as a community and as a nation. Together, we can ensure that the beauty and richness of Indian classical art continue to inspire and enchant audiences for generations to come.

Lasya Dance Pvt Ltd – where tradition lives on and talent thrives.


Discover the captivating world of Bharatanatyam, a quintessential Indian classical dance form that beautifully weaves together the essence of emotion, melody, and rhythm. Rooted in the ancient Natya Shastra, attributed to the revered sage Bharata, Bharatanatyam is more than just a dance—it's a harmonious expression of 'bhava' (feelings), 'raga' (melody), and 'tala' (rhythm).

Originating from Tamil Nadu and historically known as Sadir, Bharatanatyam is a dance of unparalleled grace and precision. Its performance repertoire is a rich tapestry of nritta (pure dance), nritya (solo expressive dance), and natya (group dramatic dance). Traditionally, a Bharatanatyam performance is a collaborative art, featuring a solo dancer adorned in vibrant classical attire, accompanied by soul-stirring Indian classical music.

Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Bharatanatyam, where every movement tells a story, every rhythm resonates with tradition, and every performance is a celebration of India's rich cultural heritage. Experience the magic of Bharatanatyam—a dance that transcends time, touching hearts and inspiring souls.



Discover the captivating world of Kuchipudi, a revered classical dance form that originates from the historic village of Kuchipudi in Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh. Derived from the Sanskrit term 'Kusilava-puram', meaning "the village of actors", Kuchipudi is a testament to India's rich cultural heritage and artistic brilliance.

Rooted deeply in the ancient Sanskrit Natya Shastra, a seminal treatise on performing arts, Kuchipudi showcases a harmonious blend of spirituality, expression, and technique. While the exact origins of the Natya Shastra range from 200 BCE to 500 CE, its profound insights into Tāṇḍava dance, rasa theory, bhāva, and acting techniques form the cornerstone of Indian classical dances, including Kuchipudi.

At its heart, Kuchipudi is not just a dance but a form of spiritual expression, conveying profound ideas, virtues, and the essence of scriptures through graceful movements, intricate gestures, and emotive storytelling. Experience the magic of Kuchipudi, where tradition meets innovation, and spirituality intertwines with artistry, leaving an indelible mark on the soul. Embark on a mesmerizing journey through time and culture with us as we delve into the enchanting world of Kuchipudi, a dance that resonates with the eternal spirit of India.


Welcome to the enchanting world of Kathak, one of India's eight majestic classical dance forms. Rooted in the rich tapestry of ancient northern India, Kathak is a dance of stories, a symphony of movements that echo the tales of our ancestors. The very name 'Kathak' springs from the Vedic Sanskrit word 'Katha', meaning 'story', embodying the essence of this captivating art form.

Traditionally attributed to the wandering bards or Kathakars, Kathak transcends mere dance. It is a narrative woven through graceful hand gestures, rhythmic footwork, and most importantly, the eloquent language of facial expressions. Much like the early Greek theatre, Kathakars communicated tales from the great epics and ancient mythology, enchanting audiences with dance, song, and music.

Kathak unfolds in three distinctive styles, known as 'gharanas', each named after the city where it evolved: Jaipur, Banaras, and Lucknow. The Jaipur gharana is renowned for its intricate foot movements, while the Banaras and Lucknow gharanas mesmerize with their emphasis on graceful hand movements and emotive facial expressions. 

Adorned with small bells, known as Ghungroo, Kathak dancers create a rhythmic symphony that harmoniously blends with the music. With straight legs and a poised torso, they tell stories through a rich vocabulary of arm gestures, upper body movements, stage dynamics, and graceful turns.

Join us on this mesmerizing journey through the world of Kathak, where each performance is a celebration of India's cultural heritage, a dance of stories told through the universal language of rhythm and expression. Experience the magic of Kathak, where tradition meets innovation, and history dances to the beat of the present.



Odissi, a mesmerizing classical dance form, stands as a luminous jewel in India's rich tapestry of performing arts. Originating from the sacred environs of the Hindu temples in the coastal state of Odisha, its roots delve deep into the ancient 'Natya Shastra', the seminal Sanskrit text on performing arts. The dance is a living tableau of age-old traditions, with its very essence captured in the ornate sculptures adorning temples and archaeological sites associated with Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism.

More than just a dance, Odissi is a form of illustrative storytelling, weaving together mythical tales, devotional poems, and spiritual concepts. The dancer becomes a conduit, emoting these narratives with impeccable body movements, evocative expressions, and intricate gestures, almost speaking a silent language through the art of mudras or sign language.

The performance repertoire of Odissi is a journey through various stages: from the rhythmic abstraction of 'nrita' to the emotive expression of 'nritya', and from the dramatic storytelling of 'natya' to the transcendent state of 'moksha'. Themes are deeply rooted in Vaishnavism and encompass a pantheon of Hindu deities like Shiva, Surya, and Shakti, each dance narrating tales of divinity and devotion.

Experience the allure of Odissi, where every movement is a poetic expression, every gesture a verse, and every performance a spiritual odyssey. Dive into this enchanting world of grace, tradition, and transcendence, and let the rhythms and melodies of Odissi transport you to a realm of timeless beauty and profound meaning.

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