India is said to be the nerve centre of many classical music forms, dance forms and other art styles. Indian classical dances are always the major source of attraction in most of the international events and as a result, it also holds huge number of followers. Most of our traditional dance forms are associated with the gods and goddesses of Hindu culture. Even though, all these dance forms uses the same style of interpretation, mudras or hand gestures, they are entirely different with respect to their origin, theme and presentation.
India is considered as the hub of many traditional dance forms and music. Bharatanatyam is one of the ancient Indian classical dance form derived from the temples in Tamil Nadu. Bharatanatyam Dance is famous for its charm, expressions, postures etc. and it is said to be a mixture of certain elements like Natya, Tala, Raga and Bhava.