Sohini Roychowdhury, exponent of India’s oldest classical dance form – Bharatanatyam, choreographer, visionary, philosopher and professor of Natyashastra, winner of the Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Samman by the House of Lords, British Parliament, London, and Founder of Sohinimoksha World Dance & Communications and Sohinimoksha Artes deLaIndia – performer at The Times Of India Festival; NocheEnBlanco – Spain’s biggest cultural festival; Premiere of “Slumdog Millionaire” at the special request of director Danny Boyle; 2010 European Brand Ambassador for India Tourism’s Imagine !ndia campaign; Visiting Professor of Dance, and performer, at the Los Andes University in Bogota(Colombia), the Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Center of ICCR (Moscow, Russia), Salamanca University, UIMP Santander (Spain), CasaAsia (Madrid), Visiting Professor of Indian Dance for Ph.D. Students at Complutense University (Madrid) 2016/17 – and performer at the biggest annual global conference organized by the Government of India – the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, January 2013.

From performing for Danny Boyle at the Slumdog Millionaire premiere to rocking the Andes with the jingle of her ghungroos in Bogota, to mesmerizing snow-covered Moscow, to enthralling audiences from Adelaide to New York with her stagecraft and performances, Sohini Roychowdhury has been a premier ambassador of Indian culture for the last several years.

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