The infant Lavya Khanna was born on April 21st of 2004 in Ambala city, Haryana, in the loving family of Naresh Kumar Khanna and Sneha Khanna. Her supportive father is a hardworking businessman, and the loving mother of the girl is an efficient homemaker. The talented child attended Army Public School, Ambala Cantt, where the multitasking pupil became the house captain of the institution. The brilliant student gained a great score of 95.4 percent in the 10th CBSE board examination held in the year 2019-2020 with perseverance. The smart girl from school likes dancing, drawing, painting, cooking and other creative hobbies. Mother and grandmother of classical dancer of India are passionate about dancing and encourage their kid to dance to take the first step towards the journey of the marvellous dream at the tender age of six.

Lavya Khanna first learned hip-hop and various other forms of western dance. The emerging dancer would enjoy every moment and step to which the girl shook her leg. As the best dancer in India, gradually she was attracted by classical and diverse dances. It was when the elegant kid began to love folk dance when she was attending DAD Academy. As a result, the aspiring artist soon began to enjoy the folk dance culture happily. Subsequently, the graceful child took admission at Satyug Darshan Sangeet Kala Kendra when she was 12 years old in 2015 to pursue a six years course of Kathak. In the institution, her mentor Anjou Miglan taught a budding dancer all the movements, expressions and sensing rhythms from basics to advanced level with all the gracefulness required. Even Lavya Khanna attentively listened and followed the instructions of the experienced teacher to become an exceptional Kathak dancer like her inspirational tutor. The enchanting trainee undoubtedly achieved the topmost rank in the yearly examination at the dance institution held in the fourth year by scoring 95 marks out of 100 in the practical test with quick grasping and dedication towards the art.

The classical dancer achieved second prize for the effortless Haryanvi Solo Dance and received the award from Siddhesh Pai in 2015. Then in 2016, the polished superstar obtained three national awards for outstanding performance. Two of the awards were received from Akhil Bharatiya Sanskrutik Sangh Pune Global Harmony organised in Pune in Maharashtra. Lavya Khanna was also honoured with the first prize in a solo dance competition by Manan Sachdeva. The intelligent star grabbed a gold medal in the 6th Cultural Olympiad of Performing Arts-2016, which was an International event organised at Bishop's College Auditorium, Colombo, Srilanka. Her dance performance was aired on D.D Punjabi in September 2016 through programmes like Paniri. The graceful dancer and her flawless team stood first in a semi-classical group dance with the mind-blowing act in a National Dance Competition arranged by the LAY School of Performing Art with the title of Saptarang Cultural Festival 2016 organised in Maharashtra.

The year 2017 was a golden period for Lavya Khanna as she achieved several successes. India's best female dancer was felicitated with a gold medal for Kathak and Haryanvi dance performance by the rotary club in Colombo, Sri Lanka. TThis talented star won third place in the state dance competition and won the Governor's Award in November for her fascinating performance. The Women and Child Welfare Minister, DC of Ambala and Haryana Minister Aseem Goel Ji awarded the elegant entertainer for the great work and dedication in dance. She has recorded her name in the International Book of Records for Twist Dance at Karnal, Haryana. The skilful artist took part in various National and International events and made the country and the hometown proud with her talent. The Dance India Dance (DID) show finalist Uday Sachdeva awarded first prize to Lavya Khanna in a solo dance competition.

The FYLFOT Forum at Solan organised Abhinay 2018 in the 32nd All India Drama and Dance Competition, where the graceful dancer gained three National Awards with her perfect show. The charming dancer recieved the Karamveer Chakra Award, which was organised in the partnership of ICONGO and the United Nations at IIT, Delhi, on October 12, 2019. Moreover, in the same year, Lavya Khana passed the NCC CADET examination with an A grade certificate in 2019. The capable dancer obtained the Saraswatibai Dadasaheb Phalke Award and Star Iconic Award for the delightful performances in 2021. The star performer won 1st prize in the National Level Dance competition held in Rajasthan.

Lavya Khanna has impressed people around the globe with her graceful dance from a young age making India proud. The talented girl had dreamed of being a dancer, and later, she achieved the goal with determination, perseverance, and the support of family and guru. The skilful performer has taught every one to accomplish every desire with strong willpower and hard work.

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