Source: narthaki.com; Photo Courtesy: Dinesh Khanna

The Attendance launch took place in Delhi’s India Habitat Centre on July 18th. Habitat rarely gives out its biggest hall – the Stein – seating 450, for book events but made an exception as the editor-publisher is an old Delhiite, and the evening also platformed 3 distinguished senior dancers, each representing India’s popular and principally learnt mainstream classical forms – Bharatanatyam, Odissi and Kathak. Navtej Singh Johar represented the beauty of the margam, repositioned to dance an ode to Madurai Meenakshi who seems to have possessed him, many felt.

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