Inviting all Dancing Queens
Thiruvathirakali a unique dance performed in Kerala, India on the auspicious day of Thiruvathira. The sinuous movements executed by the group of dancers around a nilavilakku (traditional Kerala oil lamp) embody lasya or the amorous charm and grace of the feminine. The dance follows a circular, pirouetting pattern accompanied by clapping of the hands and singing. Today, Thiruvathirakali has become a popular dance form for all seasons.
As part of The Platinum Mela, MAUK’s grand celebrations of Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne, 70 lucky ladies will perform a nostalgic Thiruvathira, Kerala’s ever-popular dance-form. Seven groups of talented ten will gracefully dance around a ‘nillavillakku’ wearing a gold and royal purple bordered Kerala ‘Mundu’ and ‘Neriyathu’ (a traditional Kerala attire for ladies). All groups will move in a circular pattern, rhythmically clapping around a phenomenal pookalam (flower carpet) inspired centre-piece of the Platinum logo.
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