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The Transcendental Magic of Mohiniyattam: Dancer Honey Unnikrishnan

Mohiniyattam Dancer, Honey Unnikrishnan, takes us on her journey with the Indian classical art forms, and gives us stories to dwell on.



Honey Unnikrishnan

Honey Unnikrishnan is a full time Mohiniyattam dancer. Her journey with Mohiniyattam has been a cherishing gift and treasure for her, for she has given up her entire heart and soul to Mohiniyattam. The love and passion for classical arts brim in her very aura. This talk that we had with her gave us fruitful insights into the essence of Mohiniyattam, and the hurdles that Honey Unnikrishnan gracefully passed to become who she is today. She is still on the journey of exploration and learning, and her words were like an open window to delight and lessons.

Early Life 

Honey Unnikrishnan is a dentist by profession. However, as is universally known, home is where the heart is, so for Honey, the home was Mohiniyattam. So she chose Mohiniyattam as a full-time profession. She was born in Kerala, and raised in Nagpur, Maharashtra. Honey’s mother is also a full time classical dancer and owns a dancing institution. It was under her mother only that she received a dance degree. Her mother has been her biggest inspiration, since she struggled a lot to be where she is today. As for Honey, compared to her mother, she has received everything on a silver plate. 

As a child, Honey was a jack of all! She took dance classes, along with Carnatic music, veena and painting classes. A very obedient, and a topper in studies, Honey Unnikrishnan was excelling in all fields. At the advice of her mother, she later just focused on Indian classical dances. She started learning dance at the age of 4. Initially, she trained on Tagore music, however, by the age of 10, she shifted to Carnatic Music, and since then has been majorly choreographing and performing on Carnatic music.

Under her mother’s tutelage, Honey Unnikrishnan started learning Mohiniyattam at the age of eight. She used to practice and perform Bharatanatyam often, but in 8th grade, she performed Mohiniyattam for the first time. It was with Mohiniyattam that she felt an instant connection with, and chose to train further in this specific art form. Every day after school, Honey spent hours with her mother practising the dance form. 

Later, Honey’s eyes fell on Dr. Neena Prasad. She saw her Mohiniyattam performance on Doordarshan (DD Malayalam) and was completely enamoured by her. She watched her interviews as well. Honey had the deepest desire to learn Mohiniyattam from her. Luckily, in 10th grade, Honey met Dr. Neena Prasad for the first time in Nagpur. There she learnt that she takes classes in Chennai but because of Honey’s higher studies, she couldn’t visit Chennai. However, after completing her graduation, Honey got married, shifted to Chennai, and a week later joined Neena Prasad’s classes.

Credits: Instagram (Dr. Honey Unnikrishnan)

Mohiniyattam Through the Eyes of Honey Unni Krishnan 

Honey Unnikrishnan describes Mohiniyattam as a magical dance form, a moment of hallucination and trance one experiences while performing. In this fast-paced world, Mohiniyattam provides that peace and calmness to her. She talks further that there is no impossible feat in this dance form, because everything comes down to pure dedication and passion. One can achieve Mohiniyattam’s pure nritta through diligence. 

On a talk with why Mohiniyattam is not as mainstream as other classical dances, like Bharatanatyam and Kathakali, Honey explains Mohiniyattam is perceived as a slow dance by the audience whereas Bharatanatyam and Kathakali is a dance of big leaps and beautiful aesthetics, which delights audience differently. The abhinaya of Kathakali and its techniques are also used by the theatre artists in east and west. Moreover, Bharatanatayam and Kathakali artists have actively promoted these dance forms, whereas Mohiniyattam didn’t get it on that scale. The repertoire of Mohiniyattam has developed little, and it’s a controlled dance form. 

The Evolution of Mohiniyattam

Honey Unnikrishnan states that Mohiniyattam flourished under Kerala Kalamandalam, but later, it again went down. According to her, an art form must be explored at all times. If it isn’t, it gets stagnant. The western contribution is okay as long as the art form doesn’t completely change. The contemporary Mohiniyattam isn’t in its purest form as compared to several years back.

Honey incorporates contemporary narratives into her Mohiniyattam choreographies. Self production takes a lot of time. As Honey reveals, sometimes there are existing Carnatic music to source from but she often has to reach out to songwriters and producers to make a song according to the narrative she’ll be presenting through the dance. 

Message for the Aspiring Artists

Honey Unnikrishnan asks all the aspiring artists to go for it, because there’s never too much time left, especially the young aspiring dancers. She also asks them to keep a good tab of their studies to always have a backup option. Secondly, she asks them to take the challenges, and that these challenges come and go. Honey herself shared one of her challenging experiences. When she started learning with Dr. Neena Prasad, she got pregnant, which was unplanned, but nevertheless she wanted the child. In this unprecedented turn of events, Honey still kept practising till the fifth month of her pregnancy. Honey rejoined after her baby turned 2 and a half months old. During that time, it was difficult to balance the training and family. Honey used to stay up late at night and practice when everyone slept. During the mornings, while cooking food in the kitchen, or some other work, she used to sneak whatever two-three minutes she could, and practice. Honey also mentions that even if you are god gifted, and your grace comes naturally, only hard work and dedication can give you the desired result. Watching classical dance performances will help you explore yourself. Lastly, she also asks everyone to never ask artists to perform for you for free. Artists must be given their due respect and worth.

Credits: Instagram (Dr. Honey Unnikrishnan)


Visiting Rabindra Sangeet With These Engrossing Dance Covers

Rabindra Sangeet is incomplete without the dancers and their graceful movements. Here’s some beautiful dance covers on the same.



Bengali Dance, Dance, Rabindra Sangeet

Rabindra Sangeet, most commonly known as Tagore Songs, as the name suggests, are the songs penned by the Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore. With a collection of more than 2000 songs, Tagore maintained his position in society as not only just a writer but also a lyricist. His depth of writing, with intense themes, has rendered everyone in deep awe. Apart from the mesmerising flow of the lyrics, the music of his songs was heavily influenced by classical Indian, Folk music, as well as international music. The perfect balance between the poetry and musicality in Rabindra Sangeet renders all other music dull in its presence. Tagore has immortalised himself with his passionate art. Here are some equally heart-touching dance covers on Rabindra Sangeet, reminding everyone of the liveliness and vigour of the Indian culture and dances. 

Monomor Meghero Sangi – Bidipta Sharma

Bidipta Sharma performs a soulful dance on the song, ‘Monomor Meghero Sangi,’ and exudes perfection and grace in every step of hers. She adds her own hypnotising trance to the song, which is already so absorbing and enthralling. Adorned in a blue saree, with pleasant expressions, the dance cover successfully delivers a splendid performance, wanting for more. Rabindra Sangeet is surely empty without its dancers. 

Credits – YouTube Bidipta Sharma

Jagorane Jay Bibhabori – Sharmistha 

Another magnificent Rabindra Nritya performance is of Sharmistha’s. The dance performance is brimmed with elegance and sharp steps, which play the rhythm to each and every beat of the song, Jagorane Jay Bibhabori. Sharmistha justifies the performance with her beautiful red outfit, which makes the entire performance even more resplendent. The ending of the dance cover will definitely be everyone’s favourite part, since the ending dance steps, along with her expressions, add one final beautiful dance movement, which complements the lyrics of the song and its profound music.

Credits – YouTube Dance with Sharmistha

Bhalobeshe Shokhi Nibhrite – Payel

Payel and Dwaipayan perform a very beautiful and composed dance cover on the song, Bhalobeshe Shokhi Nibhrite. The duo, with each elegant and poised dance step, elevate the charm of the song. What’s more striking about this performance is that the dance duo also highlights the culture and traditions of India. The wedding ceremony, the surrounding architect, the attires, all encompasses the unique sculpture of the country. 

Credits – YouTube Dance with Payel

Bhenge More Ghorer – Nritya Chandraja

Namrat Chakraborty and Chandraja Guha come together to give an energetic, resplendent and vigorous dance cover. Choreographed by Chandraja, the dance cover exudes the dance skills of Chandraja. Matching to the rhythms of the songs, the dancers do not miss enjoying every moment of this performance. Accompanied by the perfect expressions, Namrat and Chandraja remind us of the wholesomeness of a dance cover. Moreover, with the sync and coordination that two are in, the dance becomes even more distinguished, and effortless. 

Credits – YouTube Nritya Chandraja
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Dance Covers To Liven Up The Spirits & Lift Your Mood

Dance covers on upbeat and catchy songs are always a treat to watch! Here we have just the right ones for you to enjoy.




When it comes to music and dance, there is never “enough,” especially with playful, upbeat and catchy beats. Dancing is a way of livening up the spirits, lifting your mood to a better state, and cheering up the surrounding atmosphere. A good choreography requires sensitivity to music, because without it, how then can a person create dance steps completely from his imagination which syncs with the rhythms of the song as if it were its own? The choreographer is the medium through which two arts: dance and music meet. Here are some original dance covers with exceptional moves and an exuberant energy, which are a must watch if you love some dynamite like performances!

Mohit Gupta – You are My Soniya 

Well, who hasn’t had the classic ‘You Are My Soniya’ from the movie ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’ in their music playlists? Sung by the talented Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik, it is still one of the favourites of all, both to groove and listen to. Mohit Gupta makes a lively freestyle and hip hop dance choreography to match the song’s vibes. Accompanied by two other dances, the trip lineup and coordination make the cover even more fun and lively to watch it. Mohit Gupta’s catchy and quick paced steps are a must watch, and will definitely make you want to dance around your own house. 

Credits – YouTube Mohit Gupta

Kavindu Madushan and Paristha Smith – Manali 

The power duo, Kavindu Madushan and Paristha Smith dance along to Yuki Nawaratne & Ravi Jay’s song, Manali. The talented Kavindu Madushan has choreographed the hypnotic and exuberant dance performance. Throughout the dance, the two have maintained the perfect synchronisation. The moves of the dance cover are subtle, but full of vigour and vivacity. The dancers have incorporated real vibrance in their dance, which makes it so contagious and fun to watch to.

Credits – YouTube Dance Floor by IdeaHell

Mitali – Ghoomar 

Mitali choreographed a beautiful Rajasthani dance cover on the song Ghoomar by Kapil Jangir. This dance cover is especially for the auspicious occasion of Teej. In their beautiful attires and jewelleries, both Mitali and Janki maintain alluring expressions along with their graceful and mellow dance movements. Like every Indian classical dance, which is dripped in elegance and propriety, Mitali’s choreography is in the same magnificent category. The dance has also been choreographed, keeping in mind that the women and girls could learn the steps easily for the festival. Mitali does an exceptional job in delivering such a simpl yet a beguiling dance, perfect for the monsoon festival of Teej. 

Credits – YouTube MITALI’S DANCE

Yash and Avi – Bhool Bhulaiya Part 2

The title track of the movie, ‘Bhool Bhulaiya Part 2,’ is similar to the previous movie’s title track. Undoubtedly, this title song is one of the favourite jams, especially when it comes to dancing along with your friends or at other celebratory events. Yash and Avi, decked up in their all black outfits, groove to this song in full zeal and vivacity. The choreography has been done by Yash, who has incorporated free style and hip hop steps which match the vibe of the song fully. The beats of the song are quite fast paced, but the dancing duo knows how to race up to the beats length to length.

Credits – YouTube Yash
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Enthralling Dance Performances Amidst the Nature Unfurling Serenity

The beautiful coalesce of dance , lyrics and scenic setting creates an art leaving the viewers completely enraptured .




Youtube has managed to garner a large audience appreciating dance performances. Significant pouring support from the masses is an encouraging sign for dancers to excel in their choreography and further elevate the songs they choose to perform. A collaboration of dance and music together magnifies the essence of songs and graceful moves the dancers sway, in the process creating a greatly soothing and appealing video production setting the standards of performative art so high. The expressions and dance styles delivered by the dancers make you groove to the rhythm and beats and lose yourself in their fascinating world.

Here are some amazing dancers who have definitely made their presence known on Youtube.

Neel Digante – Sreetama Baidya

Sreetama gracefully delivers a Holi special with colours smeared across her face complementing the elaborate facial expressions in contrast to a dim white scenic setting. Swaying to Shreya Ghosal’s Neel Digante from the Gotro Album, she presents an immaculate performance elevating the lyrical beauty of the song through her elegant moves. Dancers like Sreetama never fail to channel the inner poise and captivate the viewers.

Credits: Youtube Sreetama Baidya

Mohe Rang Do Laal – Neelam Patel

Neelam Patel’s dance cover on Mohe Rang Do Laal is a phenomenal presentation of semi-classical dance immersed in the music. Her dance moves mould and flow so well according to the rhythm making her choreography so flawlessly put together and doing justice to the music. Throughout the dance, there is a lurking presence of ease and an inviting aura that you can feel. Energetic delivery by Neelam to show her potential and collect viewers’ love. As it turns out to be an apt source of entertainment derived from indulging in this beautiful portrayal of art.

Credits: Youtube Neelam Patel

Ek Dil Ek Jaan – Sadhwi Majumde

The raw portrayal of emotions and lyrics through her expressions creates a dynamic hard to ignore. In other words, dynamic forcing viewers to dwell more on the essence of the song emphasised by Sadhwi’s striking moves. Sadhwi Majumde, a well-known figure in Indian dance realities show states the difficulty of shooting the dance in one shot because of the gravity the lyrics hold and the courage she had to muster. The effort to do justice and express the wrenching lyrics is clearly visible in this dance cover. Sole focus on her with the black background does not fail to capture viewers’ thoughts and make them exposed to what she wants to convey.

Credits : Youtube Sadhwi Majumder

Manike Mage Hithe – Sreetma Baidya

Sreetma Baidya inclines towards a folk dancing style keeping with the cover of popular Manike Mage Hithe folk mashup by Anirban Sur. Her delicate moves with neat hand gesture midst the pale green field and run-down building gives the video a rustic element as she moves with the flow. The video cinematography is so well done further adding and accentuating her dancing skills. In addition, to uplift the video her traditional attire change accompanied by her bold clear expression easily lures the viewers providing serenity.

Credits: Sreetama Baidya

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Going Back To Our Roots: Indian Folk Dance Covers

Here are some folk dance covers that give us a glimpse of the values, customs and traditions of different parts of our culture-rich country.




Folk dance

India is home to diverse cultures. From these diverse cultures are born the rich art forms that define our nation’s cultural heritage. Indian folk dance is one such art form that reflects the culture of a region. Like every other art form, folk dance also conveys the vigor and energy of our culture. Today, we live in a globalized world where Western ideas take the center stage. In such a world, we sometimes yearn to taste our culture. We can never completely forget the roots that tie us to our homeland. Even when we forget, we have our very own art forms that remind us of our roots. The diversity of our country has gifted us with many art forms that will never lose their luster. Here we bring you Indian folk dance covers from different parts of India. 

Bidipta Sharma

Bidipta Sharma taps her feet to the song ‘Monta Re’ from the movie Lootera. This baul-inspired song is composed by Amit Trivedi. It captures the soul of Bengali folk music. Bidipta’s dance cover is a feast to one’s eyes. Her movements and expressions will make you watch the video without taking a glance off the screen. This dance cover video captures her flowy movements against an excellent backdrop. The cinematography of this video also deserves appreciation. 

Credits: YouTube (Bidipta Sharma)

Ankita Pradhan

Ankita Pradhan brings us a Bengali folk dance cover of the song ‘Tapa Tini’ from the movie Belashuru. There are many remarkable elements in Ankita’s performance. The primary one is her flexible movements to the song. Ankita choreographed this lovely performance herself. Folk dances often repeat the same couple of steps innumerable times. But, Ankita gives a set of dynamic steps that are far away from monotonous folk dance routines. She gives a twist to her performance by bringing in her own unique elements to it.

Credits: YouTube (Ankita Pradhan)

Madhushmitha Paul

Madhushmitha Paul mesmerizes us with her Bihu dance performance to the song ‘Porbote Porbote’. Madhushmitha’s folk dance cover captures the soul of Assam. Dressed in traditional Bihu dance attire, she presents a spectacular performance. Set against the scenic beauty of Assam, this Bihu performance is a slice of Assam’s culture. Madhushmitha’s smiling face throughout the dance performance is striking. She is able to bring a smile to the viewer’s face as well through her performance.

Credits: YouTube (Madhushmita Paul)


Nrityaa choreography presents a beautiful Rajasthani folk dance cover. Riya Kushwah and Amrita Singh give a dazzling performance in eye-catching traditional Rajasthani attire. This dance cover is a noteworthy folk dance version of the song ‘Choudhary’. Adding to the vibrancy of the whole video is the location of the performance. The video is shot in what looks like the inside of a fort or palace. The dance, the song, the attire and the location brings you a piece of Rajasthan through this folk dance cover. 

Credits: YouTube (Nrityaa)

Chennai Beats

Chennai Beats bring you a Tamil folk dance cover of the song ‘Mannarkudi Kalakalakka’. Choreographed by Valli Prabhu, this folk dance cover would make you want to dance as well. The movements of both the performers keep up with the peppy beat of the song. The best element in this folk dance video is the energy level of the performers, Valli Prabhu and Shanthi Manchi. Another factor is the absolute sync in their movements. The dynamic choreography coupled with the unmatchable energy of the dancers and the vibrant song makes this folk dance cover a worthy watch.

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Classical Dances Performed On Popular Songs: Must Watch



Classical Dances

Indian classical dances are often praised and loved for their graceful and poise movements. Accompanied with gestures, details, and accuracy, the Indian classical dances have maintained their own stance and aura in the field of dances. Many of these classical dances are usually performed on certain curated and produced beats from instruments like tabla, sitar, sarangi and more. However, classical dances are also choreographed on Bollywood songs and other music.

We’ve some extraordinary classical performances on some of the most iconic and popular songs. 

O Re Piya – Shades of Kathak

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan doesn’t have a single skip in his discography. O Re Piya has reigned hearts since its release, and it’ll continue to stay everyone’s favourite. Shades of Kathak, which features Vaidehi Lachheta, Nandini Goyal, and Uditi Singhal, perform a delightful Kathak choreography on this song. In beautiful attires, the trio matched each rhythm and symphony, leaving the viewers mesmerised.

Credits – YouTube ShadesOfKathak

Aaoge Jab Tum – Sukruti Airi

Sukruti Airi choreographed and performed a sitting classical dance cover on the song, ‘Aaoge Jab Tum.’ A sitting choreography means only the upper part of the body dances or moves. Sukruti Airi’s body control and soft movements are beautiful! Each gesture and each expression are done delicately, as if narrating a story. An effortless dance cover, it also seemed to have therapeutic qualities to it. Surely, the art which Sukruti has delivered is one to hold close to yourself.

Crediyts – YouTube Sukruti Airi

Srivalli – Team Nrityam

Team Nrityam featuring the talented performers, Shristi Maharjan, Arsia Manandhar, and Riyana Manandhar, deliver a Kathak dance cover on the song Srivalli. The trio excelled at the coordination and the energy throughout is stupefying. Grace and elegance dripped dance cover, Team Nrityam again raises the bar!

Credits – YouTube Nepa Dance Academy

Mere Dholna – Nidhi and Neha

‘Mere Dholna’ of ‘Bhool Bhulaiya’ is a well-known song, and was used in one of the most crucial scenes in the movie. Vidya Balan gives a classical dance performance on this song. Since then several choreographies have been curated on this song. Nidhi and Neha choreographed a semi classical Bharatanatyam dance cover. Brimmed with enthusiasm and glimmer, the duo pour their heart into this dance cover.

Credits: YouTube Nidhi and Neha

Lagan Laagi Re – Vishaka Saraf

Vishaka Sarraf choreographed and performed a dance cover on one of Amit Trivedi’s most iconic songs, Lagan Laagi Re. A fusion of freestyle and Kathak, Vishaka Sarraf, shows the creativity of her choreography. The dance cover is shot beautifully, with some mesmerising shots and elements. The videography captures Indian culture in its entirety—Vishika’s dance and the architecture she’s surrounded by.

Credits – YouTube Vishaka Saraf
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