Padma Subrahmanyam

Padma Subrahmanyam (born 4 February 1943, in Madras), is an Indian classical Bharata Natyam dancer. She is also a research scholar, choreographer, music composer, musician, teacher and author. She is famous in India as well as abroad: several films and documentaries have been made in her honor by countries like Japan, Australia and Russia.

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Padma Subrahmanyam - Awards
... Padma has received many awards and honors to her credit including 'Padmashri' in 1981, 'Padma Bhushan' in 2003, which are among the highest civilian awards of India ... dancing career, she has received several awards, including 'Sangeet Natak Akademi Award' (1983) 'Padma Bhushan' (2003) 'Kalaimamani Award' from the federal government of Tamil Nadu 'Kalidas Samman ...
Karana Dance - Description
... Some of the well-known interpretations of karanas are by Padma Subramanyam that were based on 108 brief movement phrases describing specific leg, hip, body, and arm movements ... Padma Subrahmanyam has written a book called Karanas-Common dance codes of India and Indonesia, based on her research of karanas from the temples of Prambanan(Indonesia ... attempted to reconstruct all the 108 karanas, which were often significantly different from Padma Subrahmanyam's interpretations so much so that even on the chari (leg movement) level there was ...