About Kuchipudi Dance
Kuchipudi gets its name from the town of Kuchelapuram, in Andhra Pradesh, India. As a traditional type of Dance, dramatization and music Kuchipudi appreciates a one of a kind place among the Indian established sayings. Kuchipudi developed to a great extent as a result of the Bhakti development starting in the seventh century A.D. In any case, it was in the fourteenth century that the plain Siddhendra Yogi showed up on the scene and gave Kuchipudi another definition and heading.
Kuchipudi was initially a male move custom. Gatherings of men headed out from town to town ordering stories from the Hindu folklore. As in Elizabethan theater men depicted the parts of ladies. It was just in last 9 or 10 decades that ladies were acquainted with this fine art. Kuchipudi in its present shape is the consequence of the vision of stalwarts like Vempati Chinna Satyam and the late Vedantam Laxminarayana Shastry.
Kuchipudi is portrayed by quick rhythms and smooth motions, making an extraordinary mix of control and surrender, quality and delicacy.