The Hindu, Oct 14th, 2005

Sarvam Krishnamayam, 28th Anniversary Guru Revathi is a stickler for tradition. Her direction and choreography refuses to take even the slightest deviation from set rules of Bharatanatya. And that is how success knocks at her door. The vocabulary of the...
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Deccan Herald, Sep 26th, 2005

Sarvam Krishnamayam, 28th Anniversary Scenes like Devaki and Vasudeva worrying about the child to be born, fear of Kamsa’s intention to kill the child, Lord Vishnu born as Krishna, Vasudeva lifting the baby in a basket crossing the Yamuna and...
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The Hindu, May 18, 2001

Changes in Style Guru Revathi Narasimhan of Natya Niketan had some interesting things to present. How the age old technique of Bharatanatya (Nritta, Nrithya and Abhinaya) has undergone changes and how new horizons are being sighted, all these were depicted...
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The Telegraph, July 28th, 2000, Calcutta

Rasika Ranjana Sabha, Calcutta The programme, which consisted of mainly three mini ballets, was emotionally uplifting and intellectually stimulating in both form and content. The dance direction and choreography of Revathi Narasimhan succeeded where majority of productions fail- a perfect...
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The Hindu, Oct 3rd, 1997

Nachiyar Thirumozhi for Aandavan Shram, Bangalore Guru Revathi Narasimhans choreography was rich in visual appeal and effective in communication, incorporating apt sancharis into composition such as Mangalasasanam and Nachiyar Thirumozhi to portray some aspects of the life of Andal. Jyothi...
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Indian Express. Sep 28th, 1996

Natya Niketan – Shivakami The highlight of the 100 minute fare was a feature each on the different manifestations of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. Though simple in its choreography, the execution was neat, senior dancers like Vanamala, Sathyavathi, Deepa...
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Times of India, Nov 17th, 1994

Vittala Charitre – Dance Drama The dance drama succeeded in communicating to the audience different rasas like karuna, hasya, bhaya, krodha and bhakthi. Guru Revathi Narasimhan deserves special mention for using pure dance passages very judiciously. The scene where Purandaradasa...
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Indian Express, Dec 27th, 1992

10th Anniversary The highlight of the 10th Anniversary programme was an enjoyable ballet based on Purandarasa’s popular krithi “Adahodale”. The choreography itself was imaginative. S. N. Chandrashekar...
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The Sunday Statesman, New Delhi, Nov 15th, 1992

Shivali Festival I am referring to Ms. Lakshmi Padmanabhan and the pair Vanamala Narayan and Sathyavathi Narayan. They have been trained by a very competent Guru, Mrs. Revathi Narasimhan, whose gifts of choreography came to the fore in the numbers...
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The Hindu, April 12th, 1983

Srirangapattanada Koravanji, dance drama with the choreography set in classical fabric and nritta interludes adding gusto, the ballet moved on smooth wheels. A religious fervor prevailed throughout the ballet....
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