From the ancient times, dancing has been a form of expression. It has been working like a medium when it comes to expressing emotions. Newer dance genre like Tron Dance shows how dance can sync with technology, creating an exceptional performance for the audience. Mental relaxation and refreshment is what one can reap from dancing. Dance, also a form of entertainment, can provide laughter and fun to those who enjoy doing it. Not just that, dance has evolved into mean to stay fit and healthy.
Dance in India comprises a wide variety of forms, classified into classical or folk. As it is with the different cultures of India, different dance forms evolved taking other cultural elements of the country. A classical dance comprises of theories and training built for practicing expression which can be traced to ancient classical texts, ‘Natya Shastra’ in particular. A teacher-disciple tradition or ‘Guru-Shishya Parampara’ is involved to help with the practice of Indian Classical Dance. Dancers undergo physical exercises and extensive training to systematically sync all the elements of a dance performance. Almost every dance company in India has come up with its “unique” dance form. But looking back to the origin, the dance forms have been influenced by the ancient practices.
The Vedas consisted of the rituals in the form of performance arts which not just included dance and music, but also had dialogues to give a dramatic representation of the spiritual theme.
Bharatnatyam is the classical dance from Tamilnadu, practiced mostly by women. It is usually performed over Carnatic music. Kathakali evolved to be performed in plays depicting plays and mythical legends of Hindu mythology. It originated in Kerala. Kathak, originated in the northern states of india, attributed to the ancient storytellers or Kathakars. Kuchipudi of Andhra Pradesh, a religious dance form linked to temples and worship, originated in a village of Krishna District.
Not just this, there are many dance forms which can be classified on the basis of region. India culture changes with the change in regions. And given the huge size of the country, the number of different cultures is overwhelming. Every single culture has its own form of dance and the big names that we discussed above have imbibed the cultures of different regions to be known as the dance form of a particular state.
Dance has taken a giant leap towards making its way into the heart of the Indian people. Well, Indians do love to dance at marriages, but when it comes to professional dance, they are not far away. More and more dance companies in India are coming up to the forefront and proving their skills. One of such dance group is Glowdiators. This group focuses majorly on a contemporary dance form, which goes by the name of Tron Legacy. It is a synchronization of dance and technology. Tron dance has even made it to reality TV dance shows which have given other dance groups a hope to build their authentic dance form.
Dance is one field of entertainment which keeps on evolving. Only time will tell how well these contemporary dance forms will evolve with the ever-changing cultures of the world.

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