Shringar through the seasons:
togetherness separation reunion

Rangeeniyan' interlaces the moods of Indian musical genres such as Ghazal, Geet and Thumri along with corresponding moods of the seasons. The predominant emotion in these musical forms is Love - Shringar - in its many varied shades and experiences ranging from the joy of togetherness to the pain of separation and the sweetness of reunion.
The restless thirst of Summer, the eager hope of the Monsoon. Blossoming love in Sarat, melancholy parting in Hemant. Despondent bitterness in Winter, joyful reunion in Spring.
Rangeeniyan evokes this fluid journey through the sensuous and romantic poetry of Indian musical genres and the lyrical beauty and imagery of Kathak. more>>
The Music

The music of Rangeeniyan is drawn from a variety of sources spanning traditional classical compositions, both familiar and unfamiliar melodies, and unusual selections from the repertoire of Smt. Rani Karnaa. In some cases, the original musical framework has been modified for the purposes of this production, but every attempt has been made to remain true to the spirit of the compositions. The score for Rangeeniyan has been arranged by Siddhartha Bhattacharyya, and those who have contributed to giving final shape to the music include the choreographers, Sudokshina Chatterjee, Nirmalya Roy, Anjan Saha and Subhashis Bhattacharya. more>>