BURLINGTON, MA— INDIA New England News, which hosted a wedding expo to kick off the 2015 wedding season at Burlington Marriott on March 22, today released the video of Indian Weddings Through Kids’ Eye. Little kids and teens from the Academy of Creative Arts were given an opportunity to perform an act that was choreographed to demonstrate different celebrations during a wedding.
As we all know, weddings in India are filled with rituals and celebration that last several days. These weddings combine local, religious and family traditions. Academy of Creative Arts students gave a glimpse of few ceremonies of a traditional Indian wedding starting from the application of Mehndi to the day of the wedding that ends in seeing off the bride with the groom. To watch the video, please click on the link here.
Attendees were awestruck with the colorful costumes and talented kids performing as professionals at such a young age with confidence showing their passion for dance. The act was choreographed by Academy of Creative Arts Bollywood instructor Dipal Anand where 16 kids from the ages of 6 to 13 years danced on the colorful stage designed by Shobha Shastry and on music played by DJ Yogz. To read the full article, please click here.