The Odissi Form
Odissi is an ancient temple dance form from Eastern India. Its great antiquity can be judged from sculptures in temples in the state of Odissa such as the famed sun temple of Konark and the Jagannath temple at Puri, where it used to be performed as an offering to the deity.
In modern times Odissi dance has undergone a great development as a performing art due to the work of Gurus like Kelucharan Mahapatra to whose tradition Bithika belongs, having learnt from Guru Arundhoti Roy - one of his senior disciples.More on Odissi
About the dancer
Bithika Mistry's dance education began in her childhood with folk dance and Rabindra Dance, which is staged based on poems and songs by the poet Rabindranath Tagore.
Today she has given many solo performances in India and abroad and conducted workshops in Germany, Switzerland, France, Sweden, Denmark. and Austria. She performed her own solo dance choreography with dhrupad at the Khajuraho dance festival in 2014.More about Bithika
Teaching for beginners, intermediate as also advanced students is prossible.Learn Odissi