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Renuka Ramanathan ’10, Aarthi Ramarathnam ’09, and Kavya Kamal Manyapu G (front row, left to right) of MIT Natya perform “Entwined — A Jugalbandhi of Kathak and Bharathnatyam,” a combination of traditional dance forms from northern and southern India. The performance opened Sapne, the South Asian American Students’ annual culture show, on Friday, April 3.
Renuka Ramanathan ’10, Aarthi Ramarathnam ’09, and Kavya Kamal Manyapu G (front row, left to right) of MIT Natya perform “Entwined — A Jugalbandhi of Kathak and Bharathnatyam,” a combination of traditional dance forms from northern and southern India. The performance opened Sapne, the South Asian American Students’ annual culture show, on Friday, April 3.