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Smitha Rajan, Indian Mohiniattam Dancer
Smitha Rajan is popular Mohiniattam Dancer from Kerala. Presently, Smitha Rajan lives in St. Louis, MO, USA along with her family and runs a dance institution Nrithyakshetra "Temple of Dance".

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