Sattriya dance figurine souvenir/memento/ trophy/ award is conferred to recognize one as achievement in a particular arena. This dance souvenir has extensive application in various dance award ceremonies meant for corporate houses, governmental organizations, and cultural associations. 

Features:
  • SATTRIYA | Dance Souvenir is a dance award memento made of brass.
  • It elegantly mounted on a solid wood base.
  • A metal (brass) plate is attached to the wooden base of the trophy and is engraved with words "SATTRIYA Nurtured by the Vasihnav Sattras of Assam"
  • It's a unique piece of craft.
  • Suitable for Home Décor, Dance School Décor, Office Décor and Gifting purposes.
  • A perfect gift for a Sattriya Dancer!
  • Care instructions: Wipe it with a soft, dry cloth. 

India is one culturally rich country, where almost every state has its own language, cuisine, and dance forms. When it comes to dance, India has traditional, classical, folk and tribal dance styles and all are simply amazing. All the incredible classical dances originated in the country during the ancient times.

Sattriya dance, a 500-year-old dance form, is an artistic way of presenting mythological teachings to the people in an enjoyable and accessible manner with the aim of a unified, classless society. This dance-drama performance of art has its origins in the Krishna-centered Vaishnavism and attributed to the 15th century Bhakti movement scholar, social reformer and saint, Srimanta Sankardev. 

The basic stance of the dance called Purush Pak for males and Prakriti Pak for females sets Sattriya apart from other dance forms. This dance incorporates various elements from local traditions and other folk dances of the region. Sattriya is regulated by a set of strictly constituted principles with regards to the hasta mudras (hand gestures), aharyas, footwork, music and so on. The percussion used in Sattriya is called a Khol.

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