Kathak Through the Ages
Asha Stanford Presents A unique musical description of India’s history through Kathak!
Natya Institute of Kathak and Choreography
Mysore Basavarajiah Nagaraj
Prakash Keshava Naidu
Mysore Gururaj Charumathi
Sankhya Sitaram Puranik
“Kathak through the ages” depicts the evolution of Kathak , one of India’s oldest classical dances, from its origins at the Vedic temples to the royal courts of Hindu kings to its zenith under the Moghul rulers’ Durbars. Talking about Kathak’s development is tracing the history of India itself!
Oct. 7, 2000 (Saturday)
7pm – 9:30pm
$10 (before Sept. 30), $12 otherwise.
Special Student Rate:
$8 (before Sept. 30), $10 otherwise.
Purchase tickets online HERE.
Delicious South Indian snacks from
Komala Vilas, one of Bay Area’s popular restaurants.
Food can be purchased at the venue.
Do you miss those fun filled days of your childhood playing Holi?
The folk songs, dances, spring time and fun with colored powders and water…
Rekindle all that fun and frolic at this event brought to you by Asha-Stanford.
Note the event will be held even if it rains!!
Talk with Dr. Parmeshwara Rao
Stanford India Association,
Only a genius can keep India poor
Dr. B.V.Parmeshwara Rao
7 pm, Monday, January 31st, 2000
David Packard Electrical Engineering Auditorium
Stanford University Campus
For more information, contact:
Arun Kumar Sridharan
Biography of Dr. B.V. Parmeshwara Rao
A Ph.D from Penn State, Dr. Rao is a renowned social activist, who for 30 years has worked in Indian villages championing iteracy, elementary education, and the importance of revitalizing the nation through broad-based community involvement and grass-roots activism. Please see here for a brief biography and his ideas spearheading the Rejuvenate India Movement(RIM).