People, get ready to be amazed by the amazing and talented gym dancer on the floor. Let me remind you this form comes totally from within.
She is putting up a marvelous show for the spectators but in such weird dance form that she can be easily titled a freak.
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The fame of Odissi has reached far and wide with artistes across the world falling in love with this dance form. The ultimate dream of every Odissi dancer is to perform the dance in its home land, Odisha. Enjoy Live Odissi dance performance!
Cruising Sydney Harbour since 1987, Sydney Showboats is an Australian-owned dinner cruise 'institution' in a realm of its own among the many standard Sydney Harbour cruises available to locals and interstate or international Sydney sightseeing visitors.
During our 27 years of Sydney cruising, we have welcomed almost five million guests aboard our two luxurious paddlewheelers, with half of them being international tourists seeking a unique Sydney Harbour sightseeing experience. At capacity, we can cater for 600 guests aboard our two Sydney Showboats paddlewheelers, and we offer fantastic packages for corporate events, parties and special event cruises such as New Year's Eve and Australia Day.
Our sensational cruise live show features cabaret performances from our glamorous Moulin Rouge show girls in their extravagant glittery costumes; our talented show MC songstress and dancer; and 'Mr Showboat', our charismatic comic magician who has been entertaining Sydney Showboats guests for more than 20 years.
Our Sydney Harbour dinner cruise wait staff are friendly, professional and highly-trained. Our people are like family and look after our guests with courtesy, respect and attention. Our Executive Chef, Sunny Kim, and her team use only the finest ingredients all freshly prepared on board to create high quality 3 course meals designed to rival the best Sydney Harbour restaurants. We look forward to seeing you on board soon!
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Music video directed, filmed, and edited by Tyler Sirman Photography. His work can be found on Facebook and his website.
Big thanks to:
Dancer Mariana MacAdam (instagram: marimacadam)
Steve Tsang at La Casa del Gato
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Recorded at Sound Extractor.
Set in the quiet village of Adalaj, this vav has served as a resting place for hundreds of years for many pilgrims and caravans along their trade routes. Built in 1499 by Queen Rudabai, wife of the Vaghela chief, Veersinh, this five-storey stepwell was not just a cultural and utilitarian space, but also a spiritual refuge. It is believed that villagers would come everyday in the morning to fill water, offer prayers to the deities carved into the walls and interact with each other in the cool shade of the vav. There is an opening in the ceilings above the landing which allows the light and air to enter the octagonal well. However, direct sunlight does not touch the flight of steps or landings except for a brief period at noon. Hence some researchers say that the atmosphere inside the well is six degrees cooler than the outside. Another remarkable feature of this stepwell is that out of the many stepwells in Gujarat, it is the only one with three entrance stairs. All three stairs meet at the first storey, underground in a huge square platform, which has an octagonal opening on top. The vav is a spectacular example of Indo-Islamic architecture and design. The harmonious play of intricate Islamic floral patterns seamlessly fusing into Hindu and Jain symbolism embody the culture and ethos of those times. All the walls carved by ornamentation, mythological scenes along with everyday scenes of women churning buttermilk, dancers accompanied by musicians, women adorning themselves and a king sitting on a stool. Fascinating to many visitors is the Ami Khumbor (a pot that contains the water of life) and the Kalp Vriksha (a tree of life) carved out of a single slab of stone. There is a belief that the small frieze of navagraha (nine-planets) towards the edge of the well protects the monument from evil spirits.