From the epics to modern times, the world of women faces the same turmoil, as Odissi exponent Ranjana Gauhar explored in Tejasa. The story of four women from Ramayana—Sita, Kaikeyi, Surapnakha, Mandodari—Tejasa blended a woman’s many moods and expressions. The dance drama incorporated four styles—Ranjana Gauhar moved through Sita’s emotions in Odissi, Uma Dogra as Kaikeyi performed Kathak, Gopika Varma dancing Mohiniyattam as Surpankha was enchanting and Deepika Reddy as Mandodari expressed herself through Kuchipudi. Tejasa focussed on the inner
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