The chimes of these children’s laughter and the soft talks at the dance corridor is now giving way to a serious performance at Mc Intyre Theatre of Mohawk College, Hamilton, tomorrow. Suja’s two of the senior disciples, Aiswarya Sajeev and Padmini Unni have something up their sleeves and ready for surprising Ontarians with their rhythmic constructions and facial expressions.

Best wishes, young terpsichoreans! You’ll certainly go places.


About my jump lines

A shallow brook that babbles as loudest as it can. A word lover. So with its creators too. Love tea, scrumptious food, mountains, animals, flowers, stamps, coins, films, photography, theatre, wandering, acting and whatever you will. I'm inspired by listening to elders' stories. I hope I can translate those small fractions on to the next generation.

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