Dilip Chauhan praised the parents for enrolling their daughter in the field of traditional dance.
Molloy College of New York organized a dance performance of Anmol Patel, Anisha Shah and Mansi Shah on March 31, 2018. The artists performed the presentation of Teen Taal Kathak Dance Debut at The Madison Theatre of Molloy College in the presence of more than 650 audiences.
The program started with Ganesh Vandana. The chief guest for the program was Hon. Dilip Chauhan, former deputy comptroller of Nassau County, New York. While addressing the audience, Chauhan spoke on the importance of dance. “What is dance. Dance defeat all negative energy via creative expression,” he said.
“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, culture and art is like a tree without roots, show me a person who found love in his life and did not celebrate it with a dance, Dance is the timeless interpretation of life. I think music in itself is healing. Its an expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we are from, everyone loves music,” Chauhan added.
Chauhan praised the parents for enrolling their daughter in the field of traditional dance. He said, “I know it’s not easy when kids start any kind of dance. Dancing is not only commitment from the student but for the parents as well.” He presented New York State Senate Honor to Anmol Patel, Anisha Shah, Manshi shah on behalf of New York State Senator Jose Peralta.
Patel began her Kathak training when she was nine. She has tried other dance forms too including Bollywood and folk. She is currently a senior at Mineola High School and is the Salutatorian of the Class of 2018.
Anisha Shah is currently attending Mineola High School, and she will complete the course in June 2018. She plans to make a career in health care.
Mansi Shah will complete her graduation from Great Neck South High School in June 2018. She is interested in sports like hockey and lacrosse; she is a recipient of ‘Quality of Life Award.’