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INDIA

… destiny has made Ranjana and Darshana, and their Guru Bipin Singh, the doyens of Manipuri dance in Bombay. The Jhaveri Sisters have for long been known for their beauty and gentility. Their respectful but loyal love for this style of dance has given a chance to dance lovers to witness some of the finest demonstration of many facets of Manipuri.

Femina , Bombay
May 8, 1994
 
 

INDIA

The youngest, Darshana has inherited the Mantle for running the school and leading the troupe. She had earlier learnt from Bipin Singh, even the ‘Pung Cholom’ The dance with Drum which women don’t learn.. She has been involved in extensive documentation of Manipuri music as well as audio Video recordings of Bipin Singh’s entire repertoire… The Jhaveri Sisters and their vibrant live stage show came as an exhilarating experience of art. Their contribution has been selfless and sincere.

Hindu, Delhi
June 15, 1996
 
 

INDIA

Darshana Jhaveri is the youngest of the famed Jhaveri Sisters, internationally renowned exponents of Manipuri Dance, and Darshana has just been awarded the Sangeet Natak Academy Award, a justly- deserved honor that she cherishes.

The Afternoon,
BombayNovember 8, 1997
 
 

JAPAN

“Rhythmic grace, the beauty of motion and colourful costumes highlighted the charming presentation by the Jhaveri Sisters of Bombay.

The Mainichi daily, News,
Tokyo 1961


 

HONKONG

“It was a long time since many of the Indian members of the audience had seen the glorious costumes with their full skirts, studded with the glittering miniature mirror, or seen the graceful whirling movements and subtle symbolic gestures of hands and feet in these specially evocative dancing.

South China Morning Post,
Hongkong 1961

 
 

INDIA

“… The success of the Jhaveri Sisters before different Gurus, who are undoubtedly exponents of different styles, is a fact that bears sufficient testimony to the grand accomplishment attained by them”.

The Assam Tribune,
Shillong 1958

 
 

“… The success of the Jhaveri Sisters before different Gurus, who are undoubtedly exponents of different styles, is a fact that bears sufficient testimony to the grand accomplishment attained by them”.

Amrita Bazar Patrika, Silchar
1958

 
 

WEST GERMANY

“…… The sisters attracted the audience by their extraordinary and natural grace. The almost filigree like language of the fingers and the soft face expressions, the rounded movements of the bodies, all these contributed to a delightful picture.”

Hannoversche Allgemeins,
Hannover 1963

 
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