Odisha, on the eastern sea coast, is the home of Odissi, one of the many forms of Indian classical dance.
Sensuous and lyrical, Odissi is a dance of love and passion touching on the divine and the human, the sublime and the mundane. The Natya Shastra mentions many regional varieties, such as the south-eastern style known as the Odhra Magadha which can be identified as the earliest precursor of present day Odissi.
Camera: Canon 200D Mark 2
Dancers: Biranchi Narayan Kar and Bijayajyoti Pattnaik
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