Kuchipudi dance brought laurels to Krishna, AP
Vijayawada: Krishna District SP Siddharth Kaushal said Kuchipudi is a well-known dance form in the world and a rich heritage of India. Originating in the small village, the dance form had brought laurels to the district and the state. He said that the new Krishna Police training panel has two Kuchipudi dancers in Nataraja pose.
Bhagavatulu of Kuchipudi praised the SP on Saturday for taking the initiative to enshrine the Kuchipdu dance in the symbol of police training. To mark the Siddhendra Yogi Natyotsavalu in Kuchipudi Natya Kshetram in Kuchipudi on Saturday, the organizers congratulated SP.
Addressing the rally, the SP said that the sign of the new Krishna Police formation consists of Lion Capital above the silhouette of two Kuchipudi dancers in the pose of Nataraja.
He said that the New Formation is surrounded by the two olive branches and floating above the ribbon with the inscription of the saying, strength, service and sacrifice. The Nataraja pose in the Kuchipudi dance tradition is a symbol of cosmic power and strength. The Kuchipudi silhouette inscription in the Lion Capital represents a fusion of two ancient symbols which together signify civilizational and constitutional values, he added.
Olive branches have long represented peace and prosperity, which in any modern society is guaranteed by the police. Kuchipudi dancers performed dances to mark the Siddhendra Yogi Natyotsavams.