Bharatanatyam Dancer, Veena Player, Educator, Writer
Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia
Kogilavani Krishnamorty is an Indian Classical Dancer from Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia. Kogilavani holds a master’s in Education and is an educator by profession. She started learning Bharatanatyam under the tutelage of Guru Sri R. Chandramohan in 1993 and completed her Arangetram in 2007. She has performed in several festivals in Malaysia and is a passionate person about this art.
Hence, she has taken the first step to pursue her passion. She has formed a sharing platform on dance, music, and yoga known as APSARA ARTS via YouTube, Facebook, Blogspot, and Instagram. At the same time, she found a few lovely friends who are into this beautiful art as well and they enjoy dancing together to date. Kogilavani is also a Yoga practitioner and likes to play Veena (Ancient Indian musical instruments) in her free time. She has a great affection for Carnatic Music.
Kogilavani Krishnamorty writes for Vallinam online magazine in Tamil language. Her writing mainly focuses on arts, culture, and tradition. She shares her thoughts and experiences on various topics related to these areas. Kogilavani is known for her unique writing style that captures the essence of Indian culture and tradition. Her writing is appreciated by the readers of Vallinam online magazine.
She believes Dance speaks louder than words. She could express herself better through movements than words.