Dance simply makes a person simply perfect.

Dance simply makes a person simply perfect. perfect from body structure and rhythm of life.

Nrittanchal, a famous group of dance lead by Shibly Mohammad and Shamim Ara Nipa. They arranged a workshop called ''Raybeshe'', which is a very old dance form in India. This workshop hold on 6 days and after that they arrange a cultural program based on that workshop. D, Torun Prodhan, famous Indian dancer was the workshop director. The first image was in the workshop and student are practicing there steps for finale program. Over 100 student of dance from different edges like 5 to 20 years old participated this workshop.

Student are dancing in the program in this image. That program hold on Bangladesh shilpokola academy. Almost all the seats of that hall (approximately 800 seats) filled with audience.

Famous singer Shakila Jafor, sign a song for this program after finished the performance of workshop student.They have all the fun in this world in the last image.

That was a unforgettable workshop for them in terms of learning different types of dance form.

Name: Lunarica Chowdhury

School Affiliation: Viquarunnisa Noon School and College, Baily road, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Nationality: Bangladeshi

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