Women may well cause all the soap opera friction, but Rajeshwari says that at least they never started wars. Asmita Resource Centre is presenting a Bharatanatyam Ballet, War and Peace, at Ravindra Bharati on 1st September, 2006 at 6:30 PM.
Through this ballet Rajeshwari, with the help of her disciples, try to show the world and its history books that most of wars fought, were not due to women. She cites as few examples, Mahabharata on Draupadi, Rama-Ravana battle in Ramayana on Sita, Battle of Chittor on Rani Padmini, etc.
Rajeshwari says that women always wanted peace rather than any war. It is the men in their vigour to exhibit their prowess and inability to compromise, who cause war.
Her ballet, alongwith a troupe of her twelve disciple dancers, has been choreographed by Rajeshwari herself and has already been performed at various countries. She received a number of accolades for this.
Director of Sruthi Laya Kendra Natrajaalaya founded by Guru Kaaraikkudi Mani, headquartered in Hyderabad, with centers in several Indian cities and global network of students.
The entry is by donor passes of Rs. 500, Rs. 300 and Rs. 100 per head. The proceeds from the sale of donor passes will go to the corpus fund for the children of The Sri Vidhya's Centre for Special Children, a school for children afflicted by Down's Syndrome, autism and other genetic and mental disorders. Please contact P Anuradha of Asmita Resource Centre at 2773-3251, 2773-3229 for further details.