Medha Hari will be receiving the "Natya Ratna" Award at the Trinity Fine Arts Festival on 23rd December 2017 (Friday) at 5:45 PM at Kumararani Meena Muthaiah College of Arts & Science, Gandhinagar, Adyar

Medha Hari

Medha Hari is hailed as one of the most promising Bharatanatyam dancers of her generation. She began her training in Bharatanatyam in 1997 under the tutelage of her guru Acharya Choodami Smt. Anitha Guha and had her arangetram in 2001.

A passionate dancer, Medha excels particularly in the nritta aspect of dance. Blessed with a flexible and wiry frame, Medha�s dance is sculpted and chiseled. She has perfected her dance to a point where its geometrical accuracy is irrepressibly precise and vibrant. Medha is a sensitive performer. Nimble movements and the pristine purity of her expressions, along with her excellent technique and intrinsic charisma, have helped her stand out as a solo artist. She has imbibed her guru Anitha guha�s distinctive style which is being recognized and well appreciated in the field of Bharathanatyam.

Medha has good command over rhythm that is exuded with subtle and internalized bhava by her. Grace came very early to Medha and even at the age of nine, she captivated audiences during stage performances with neat footwork and a deep square araimandi. Medha hari is an empanelled artiste with the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR).

Growing up in Chennai, Medha has been fortunate to have interacted and worked with great artists and also perform in most of her guru�s nrityanatakams. Medha is pursuing her art with deep passion and devotion and she is also a Chartered Accountant.