cultural consciousnesses created through spic macay


Cultural heritage is unique and irreplaceable, which places the responsibility of preservation on the current generation.
 Preserving one’s culture is significant as it is a manifestation of the freedom of belief and of expression. We must protect our cultural heritage strongly, effectively and unambiguously. In order to achieve this, G .D . Salwan public school organized a yet another endeavor by SPIC MACAY to showcase a beautiful facet of Indian culture, as part of our school’s annual event- VIRASAT.

Mr Chinivas Mahato, a senior dancer of Bengal was our guest of honour. Along with his troupe members, he performed one of the most spectacular dance form of India i.e ‘Purulia Chhau’.  Mr mahato has endeavored to expand the Purulia Chhau repertoire by choreographing new and highly acclaimed composition based on mythology and aspects of everyday life. It is basically a  martial dance which has single focus i.e Good triumphs over evil.

Learning Outcome
The traditions of Indian dance and dance dramas are among the most perplexingly complex and varied theatrical cultures of the world. The geographical vastness, different ecological conditions, multiplicity of races and their languages have all contributed in creating the most colorful panorama of dance. Through this brilliant performance students were able to experience one of the most famous dance form and also the spectacular Indian culture, of which it is an integral part. The students also gained knowledge about the historical importance of those dance forms and the need to preserve and respect it. They understood and appreciated the rich cultural heritage by observing the diversity of the dance forms of India.









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