Power culture and transcending gender in Indian Kathak dance
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.