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Maharishi College of Enlightenment hosts Vedic Dance workshops
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11 October 2010
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Maharishi University of Management's newly established college, Maharishi College of Enlightenment (MCE), hosted Vedic Dance workshops in September with over 60 ladies in attendance. Presenting at the workshops on the MUM campus in Fairfield, Iowa, USA, was guest artist Srimati Shyamala Mohanraj from Chennai, India, a master in the T. Balasaraswati lineage of Bharata Natyam dance.
Srimati Shyamala started dancing at the age of seven, and at fourteen began her studies with the legendary dance master Srimati T. Balasaraswati. As Balasaraswati's leading student, Shyamala is highly respected for her dedication to the preservation of this dance form. .
'It is an honor to have Shyamala come to our community,' said Dr Cathy Gorini, Dean of MCE and Dean of Faculty at MUM. 'We invited her to collaborate with Maharishi College of Enlightenment to create a Vedic Dance curriculum for schools and colleges.'
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