Indian Tradition Hits Phnom PENH tonight

reaksmey-yean-indian-danceThe ancient dance form called Kathakali, which is the most artistic creativity representing the traditions of India, is originally from the state of Kerala. Kathakali is not only the traditional dance that reflects the Indian arts and culture, but nowadays it becomes globally popular among various ethnicity around India and the world.

The Embassy of India to Cambodia and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations bring a surprise to Phnom PENH, an extraordinary show  of the style of classical dance Kathakali called Charishnu. This extravaganza of Indian Classical Dance, Charishnu will be presented on two different dates, at the Chaktamouk Conference Hall.

–       Tuesday, December 4, 2012

–       Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Tickets are available in various places around Phnom PENH, they could be found at Gloria Jeans, Phnom Penh India, Sher-I-Punjab, Flavours of India, Taste Budz and Shiv Shakti. The tickets cost between 2USD, 5USD and 10USD.

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