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World Dance day





In 1982, the Dance Committee of ITI primarily based International Dance Day to be celebrated yearly on April 29. The date was chosen in honor of the 19th-century French dancer and ballet grasp, Jean-Georges Noverre. He is moreover regarded as the creator of modern ballet.

 It is customary to dance at every ceremony of happiness, also in Nepali Saskar including wedding feast, bhatter, birthday, Udhapan, Sange. Maruni's Vaka, sometimes Samla's rhythm, dancing with Madalu's rhythm, time passes rapidly during dances. Even non-dancers watch and clap for every move and match. Not only human beings but also various birds and animals including peacocks dance to express their happiness.

Dancing is a pattern since evolution, it is an art to be able to dance with a sense of humor and emotion. To me, sometimes it seems that dance is a philosophy in itself. Dance is the philosophy of happiness, dance is the reflection of the excellence of art and enthusiasm.

Welcome to this day of the joy of 29th April 2021. Many of us are ashamed to dance or to bend our hips, may this world dance day deliver us the courage and flexibility to dance, romance, and liberate ourselves from the self-made cage of fear. Happiness pervades everyone, and in this edition of World Dance Day, let's vertically express our horizontal expressions, let everyone dance with joy.

Ding Dong, give it a try, will you?
International Dance Day, additionally known as World Dance, is observed to encourage participation and coaching in dance through events and festivals held all through the world. ITI creates and organizes many actions to promote the form of artwork and educate, many variations about it. ITI moreover arranges a flagship event, within the chosen host metropolis, at which there are dance performances, tutorial workshops, humanitarian initiatives, and speeches made by dignitaries and dance personalities.

Nonetheless, these 12 months, there shall be no bodily event taking place. Within the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, which has contaminated a whole lot of 1000’s people all through the globe; many nations are beneath lockdown. Nicely being professionals counsel to remain at dwelling and practice social distancing, in a hope to comprise the unfold, and thus, flatten the curve. Nevertheless, for International Dance Day 2021, many digital events are deliberate. Nicely-known dancers and creators all through the world, are organizing digital participation online, to elevate the consciousness concerning the artwork from dance.
Best wishes

Suyog Dhakal



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