Teen deviyan to perform Marathi folklore dance Lavni at Spring Wedding Expo on Sunday, March 6

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Vasudha Kudrimoti, Sirivalli Konduri and Kali Priya Kommana practicing Marathi dance.

BURLINGTON, MA—A cast of three friends (teen deviyan) who are passionate about dance will perform Marathi folklore dance Lavai at INDIA New England News Spring Wedding Expo on Sunday, March 6, at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.

“We do not have a group nor run a school. We are just passionate dancers who got together to dance for the love of dance,” Vasudha Kudrimoti told INDIA New England News.

Vasudha Kudrimoti, Sirivalli Konduri and Kali Priya Kommana practicing Marathi dance.
Vasudha Kudrimoti, Sirivalli Konduri and Kali Priya Kommana practicing Marathi dance.

The two others dancers are: Sirivalli Konduri and Kali Priya Kommana.

“We will be performing on two songs – a Marathi song – Mala zau dya na ghari, vaazle ki baara from the Marathi movie Natarang (2010) and the Pinga song from Bajirao Mastani (2015),” said Kudrimoti. “Our performance primarily is presentation of Lavni, a Marathi folklore dance with a mix of classical dance forms: Kathak, Bharatnatyam and Kuchupudi. We will be in the traditional Marathi attire wearing the nine yard saree.”

Kudrimoti is a trained Kuchipudi dancer and has performed at many cultural events. Since last few years she has been active with SETU Theater group and she is their resident choreographer.

Kudrimoti and Konduri were part of a group of six dancers – Asthithva who won the 2nd prize at Super Mom’s competition (2015) organized by GURJAR. Konduri is a doctor by profession and her passions include running and fitness in addition to dancing.

Kommana is an IT professional like Kudrimoti and like her she is also an Indian classical dancer and moonlights as a Zumba Instructor. Each of these dancers have two kids. These working moms’ dance is entertaining and enthralling. Their dance is so contagious and have passed on their dancing genes to their children.

The INDIA New England Spring Wedding Expo kicks off the region’s wedding season. With about 50 vendors and thousands of attendees, the Wedding Expo is organized by Desi Bridal News and INDIA New England, the region’s oldest and largest print, online and video magazine exclusively focused on the Indian and South Asian community.

The 8th Annual Wedding Expo Spring 2016 is sponsored by Burlington Marriott Hotel, Alankar Event Planners & Decorators and Boston Sound and Light Co.Wedding-16-Syna’s collection-group

With about 50 vendors—from jewelry, fashion, clothing, photography, videography, finest food, DJs, mehandi, décor, hotels, make up and anything you need either for a wedding, your home or any event you are planning, INDIA New England’s Spring Wedding Expo is the place to be. The event is free and open to public on March 6, 2016 at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington. The doors to public open at 11:00 A.M. sharp.

In addition, the Wedding Expo will feature clothing and jewelry fashion shows, live music and dances throughout.

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