Classical dance, especially Kathak, has been one of the best and most influential things that have happened to me so far. I have been learning the art form for six years now, and with time, it has become a passion. From the way I express myself to how I deal with life's challenges, Kathak, I can say, has had a profound effect on my overall existence. If you, too, are a classical dancer, you will understand that it is not everyone's cup of tea. Not only does one need the drive to learn it, but also the will to accept the studio as one's second home.
I've been sipping on this ‘tea' every single day, and this article does nothing but puts many a beautiful (and the not-so-beautiful) sentiments I associate with the dance form into a list for you to read and go, ‘I know what you mean'!
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1. No matter what dance form you learn, your friends and relatives think it's Bharatnatyam eventually. Because, come on, what are Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, and the other four forms?
2. Tapping your foot in public: admit it, intentionally or unintentionally, you always find your feet tapping, regardless of where you are.
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