What are the most popular dancing styles in India?
In recent years, more and more young girls in India are adopting traditional Indian dance forms, with many preferring traditional styles of the West.
However, many in India still regard traditional dances as foreign, and are not allowed to participate in dances like the Salsa Dance, which is popular in many cities.
These are just some of the many questions asked by students at the Institute of Indian Dance at IIT-Kanpur.
The institute is also exploring the use of technology to make Indian dance more accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds.
The institute, which launched its first course last month, aims to teach Indian students about dance styles.
“Dance can be an artform, and I hope that it can be a tool for making people comfortable in a world that is changing so rapidly.
That’s the main goal of the course,” said Anuja Agarwal, a graduate student.
She is the first person to complete the course.
Agarwal said she wanted to teach her students about how to get into dance classes.
“I want to teach them about the history of the dance.
There’s this myth that we have never danced before.
There are so many dance styles in the world, and not many people know them,” she said.
The institute has trained students in traditional dances in the past, but Agarwa said she wants to expand its course to include more of the popular dance forms like Salsa, Sangeet, Rangooni and Bollywood.
The course, which covers a variety of styles, will be held on November 5 and 6.
The idea of the project came to Agarwals attention in February, when she visited India to help with the curriculum.
She was impressed by the variety of dancing styles from the country’s largest city, New Delhi, to the remote villages of the western Himalayas, where her parents live.
“We have learned so much about the different styles.
I really want to take this idea and spread it to people across the country.
I hope it will help people realize the possibilities of dancing in India,” she told IANS.