The world has a number of hidden treasures, which gives enough opportunity to learn and hone skills apart from giving the enlightenment and commerce. The people from creative field even take inspiration from stones and hard rock’s apart from other lifeless things. One such souls is the classical dancer called Vijayshree Chaudhary who went all the way to Ajanta and Ellora caves to learn and hone classical dancing skills. These caves have been the classic specimens of ancient architectural heritage in India. The way the statues are carved inside these caves talk become a source of learning and grooming even the dancing skills.
The kind of solitude and serenity, these places render, truly makes them a right stage to learn and master the dancing skills for the Vijayshree. She has gone all the way to these caves recently to check out the number of statues and their styles to discover and invent new styles of dances.
Vijayshree Chaudhary comes out from a musical family wherein her father Pt. Nand kumar Bhatlowande is known for the best tabla player. This has therefore given a good launch pad to the dance from the tender age of 16. She went to Kathak Kendra and learnt the dance an dmusic under the patronage of Pt. Birju Maharaj wherein she got initiated into the Lucknow gharana.