Seven Seas & Seven Mountains: Mirrors & gestures : conversations with women dancers
This Book Recounts The Experiences Of Well-Known Classical Dancers Like Chandralekha, Zohra Segal, Sita Pooviah, The Jhaveri Sisters, Chandrabhaga Devi, Indrani Rehman, Leela Sanson Among Others.
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