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Performance of the Odissi Dancers
Performance of the Odissi Dancers includes an invocation followed by nritta, nritya, natya and moksha. Odissi is one of the famous classical Indian dances from Odisha state. Usually the theme for performance of Odissi is the ‘Infinite love of Lord Krishna and Radha’.
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