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“UNITY IN DIVERSITY “ (2013) 20 mins –  Unity in diversity is a concept of "unity without uniformity and diversity without fragmentation" that shifts focus from unity based on a mere tolerance of physical, cultural, linguistic, social, religious, political, ideological and/or psychological  differences towards a more complex unity based on an understanding that difference enriches human interactions.

“SAMYOGITA”(2015 & 2016)  90 mins- Samyogita was a dance production in which was showcased 4 different South Indian Classical Dance Forms, Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi,  Kathakali, and Mohiniyattam with an ensemble of 20 dancers., that included  established dancers from the GTA , India and UK. This work was an exploration of the commonalities and differences of the dancing bodies within their respective dance forms, complimenting each other and conversing through the medium of their respective dance vocabulary.

“SAMARPANA"(2016) 15 mins – A piece choreographed in Bharathanatyam that signifies the complete surrender of the body, mind & soul and belongings by submerging our own identity with that of almighty.

“OORJA"(2016) 30 mins - is a voyage through the energy that exists within us all. This Choreography explores the energy which begins at its core from within us. Then it travels into the space around us, to finally reach towards the infinite. A unique choreography using the vocabulary of 4 South Indian Classical Dance forms, Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali and Mohiniyattam.

“YATRA” (2018) 75 mins - a riveting duet dance production using the vocabulary of Kuchipudi and Kathak. A choreography as a result of an inspiring quote by RUMI-” The lamps are different, but the Light is the same. One matter, one energy, one Light, one Light-mind, endlessly emanating all things”.

“LEELA"(2018) 20 mins - is a choreography exploring the divine playfulness that indicates a spontaneous sportive activity of the dancing bodies distinguished from a self-conscious volitional effort using the vocabulary of 3 South Indian Classical dance forms. Leela describes the reality, including cosmos, as the outcome of creative play by the divine absolute.

“POORNA” (2019) 15 mins – A solo presentation which describes the Cosmic Dancer Nataraja (Lord Shiva) as the embodiment of equilibrium and tranquility. It is also an exploration of the concept of never- ending cycle of time by the dancing body through the vocabulary of Mohiniyattam.

“KRISHNE” (2019) 15 mins – explores the possibilities of an unconditional soulful bond between a man and a woman. It describes how relationship is beyond names, rules and regulations. A solo piece choreographed using the vocabulary of Mohiniyattam.

“SAMA” or Equanimity (2019) 25mins - is a piece choreographed in different dance forms of Kerala, exploring ground of wisdom and freedom that produces the state stability and composure which is undisturbed by experience of or exposure to emotions, pain, or other phenomena.