Imitation Dance Jewllery
Accessories Add ons for the Big Day
Bharatanatyam Dance Dress and dance jewellery Designer and Dress makers from 1967.
Bharatanatyam Dance Dress and Dance Jewellery are our Speciality.
We at Shanthi tailors Make Bharatanatyam dance costumes, Bharatanatyam Dance Dress and Dance Jewellery and also for all other Indian classical forms including Mohinattam, Kathak, Oddisi and Manipuri. Costumes are made from silk sarees depending on the budget we also specialise in Bharatanatyam Dance Dress and dance jewellery
There are 2 Major style in Bharatanatyam dance costume which are 1. Pant Costume and 2. Skirt Costume. Sunfleets, Dhoti Style, Rukmani sytle, Shobha style comes under Pant costume and Kalashetra styles comes under Skirt Costumes.
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You can Now Schedule your ordering of costume and temple jewellery via offline or online for Bharatanatyam, Kuchupudi, Mohiniattam and other major dance forms.
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You can Also find all major items required for Indian classical dance covering Bharatanatyam and Kuchupudi including Original Temple jewellery, Imitation Dance jewellery
Nattuvangam, Thalam, Salagani or gungroos, pancake makeup, False Hair, Flowers and Etc. The original temple jewellery are made from pure silk and gold, there unique items namely Headset, Kammal, jummiki, Mattal, Necklace, Belt, Muthu Mallai and Maggo Haram.
Shanthi Tailors Started Making Bharatanatyam and kuchupudi Dance Costume from the Year 1967 and Original Temple Jewelleries from 1989.
It was all started by one Single Person Mr TVS Mani and Now we are a Grown up Family of 70+ Staffs and 25000+ Happy Clients and 60000+ Arangetram Costumes.
is the debut (Arangettam – அரங்கேற்றம் in Tamil, അരങ്ങേറ്റം in Malayalam) on-stage performance of a former student of Indian classical dance and music.
This first performance follows years of training. Many Indian classical dance forms perform including Bharatanatyam, kuchupudi, Mohiniattam have an arangettam once the time has come for a disciple.
The word arangetram is from the Tamil language and means ascending the stage by a dancer on the completion of formal training.
The dancer can now move forward and pass on the art form to other aspiring learners of the art. To perform an arangetram is an old tradition, which marks the pathway for a dancer to then perform alone or be able to give training to other dancers.
Once a dancer has completed training he or she should have an understanding of classical music and the many aspects of dancing.