Mruga Vora Shroff is ready to accept dance in it's purest form. In this talk and performance, Mruga and her troupe draws out the importance of dance in our lives and how dance makes them who they are!
Mruga Vora is brought up by parents active in the field of performing arts for the last 4 decades. Her father is trained in folk dance under some of the most prominent performers this country has seen.
Being the lead dancer at her academy, she has performed in many ballets. She has also been exposed to other dance forms apart from Kathak. The quest for discovering the very source of movement led her to pursue contemporary dance. She took up teaching at her academy 2008 onwards and since then is helping the young minds to incline towards dance and preserve Indian traditions.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx