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Performance of the Kathak Dancers
Kathak can be divided into two main parts, namely nritta and abhinaya on the one hand, and tandava and lasya on the other. The compositions of the dance are sub divided into ten parts. Different gharanas of Kathak have their own distinct style and features.
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