Power culture and transcending gender in Indian Kathak dance

Power culture and transcending gender in Indian Kathak dance

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Kathak dates back to the twelfth century and the North Indian invasion of the Moghuls.Until that point, Natya had dominated and had been a very important part of religious ritual.

Fusion of Arabic and Hindu and became popular as a form of entertainment. Bharata Natyam is a religious convention passed down from Father to Son. (Southern India) Feminist readings, must inescapably be hegemonic as long as the dance is de-contextualised and in the foreign culture of European-American feminism.