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Payal Ramchandani, Indian Dancer
Considered as a child prodigy who at her teenage,kept the audience glued to their seats with her incredible performance.

Payal RamchandaniThe media has described Payal Ramchandani as a dancing wonder, and a dancing feeling akin to the great Shirley Temple. It has been said that through her Performances on Krishna Leela, she has bring Lord Krishna alive on the stage. From the tender age of four years, Payal`s journey into the world of Kuchipudi dance had started. She has never looked back since then. Payal Ramchandani from her early days continuously strove in the direction of perfection and excellence. This has been possible because of her coherent allegiance and the profuse support and guidance of her distinguished Gurus Padmashri Jayarama Rao and Vanashree. She did her initial training under the able tutelage of Gurus Raja and Radha Reddy. Payal Ramchandani has bagged the honor to be the youngest Kuchipudi dancer, who has performed her Rangapravesham at the tender age of nine.

Payal`s dance executions come in as a blow of fresh air in the classical dance environment. Her given performance ranges from dancing at soaring dance festivals to Academies and even to the International conferences. The benevolent quality of Payal Ramchandani reflects when she performed for social causes to raise funds. Many corporate houses, Institutions have sponsored her performance. Airtel, Heritage, Air Hostess Academy, International doctors` conference, Tamana and Iqbal Barik Mission are to name a few.

Payal RamchandaniPayal Ramchandani is endowed with a delicate beauty, slender figure and a photogenic face. She attests herself in baffles and movements, which eventually makes the harmony to jell well with the rhythm. Her affectional ability combined with elusive facial expressions and foot movement creates spiritualist rhythmic consequence. Her adroitness in using the hands has delighted the dance lovers.

In India and abroad, Payal Ramchandani has partaken in several festivals. She has performed for the Kuchipudi Natya Mahotsav, Kuchipudi Natya Vaibhavam Festival and Shringar festival, to mention a few. For her dance performances in the 32nd Bhaskar Rao All India music and dance festival, she received rave reviews. The Dubai and Sharjah audience were enchanted with the performances of Payal when she was presented at the Jewels of India series to immortalize fifty years of India`s independence. During the Mandalam Festival, she has danced at the lotus feet of Lord Ayyappa at the Ayyappa Temple in New Delhi. In recent times, she has participated in Mumbai Festival-Nrityotsava of Nalanda Dance Academy. Nrityotsava of Nalanda Dance Academy is considered as a national festival, which aims at nurturing and showcasing the endowment of young performers of all Indian classical dance styles. In the popular DD Series `Parampara`, Payal has also playacted.

Payal RamchandaniPayal Ramchandani has also given many performances. They are: `Poetry in motion`; 32nd Bhaskar Rao Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan; Kuchipudi Natya Mahotsav; Fund raising show for Tamana Special School; Kuchipudi Natya Vaibhavam; Shringar festival; `Towards a cultural millennium 2000`; Dance recital sponsored by Airtel for its premium subscribers; Kuchipudi dance recital; Dance Performance; Asian Pacific Congress of Clinical Biochemistry; Mandalam Festival; Rangapravesham; ICS Shringar Festival; Kuchipudi Natya Mahotsav; Kuchipudi Natya Vaibhavam Festival;

Payal Ramchandani was conferred the title of `Nritya Shree" at Calcutta for her excellence in dance. She tried her level best to maintain the same pace with magnificence in her studies also.

 
 
   
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