Odissi dance is an expressive classical dance that takes one through the fullest range of emotions. This devotional dance has been passed on from guru to disciple for over 2,000 years, making it the oldest known temple dance still in practice. Originating in the temples of Orissa (East India), Odissi dance is taught as a means of worship and personal surrender. This style of classical Indian dance is praised for having distinctly feminine postures, with exaggerated hip curvatures, and graceful movements of the torso.
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