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Dilip Khanderay

Folk dancer

Dilip Khanderay
   Biography
Dance is a transient mode of expression, performed in a given form and style by the human body moving in space. Dance occurs through purposefully selected and controlled rhythmic movements; the resulting phenomenon is recognized as dance both by the performer and the observing members of a given group.

Dilip Khanderay is director of Shri. Khanderay Kala Mandal Aurangabad. They gives programs of folk dance. His dance performances include Naman, Waghya Murali, Gondhal, Andhra Mathurilok Nrutya, Halgi & Sanai Dance, Abhang, Lezim, Aadivasi Dance, Koli Dance.

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Dilip Khanderay
Dilip Khanderay
Dilip Khanderay presents Halgi and Sanai dance
Dilip Khanderay presents Halgi and Sanai dance
Dilip Khanderay  and group presents Waghya Murali
Dilip Khanderay and group presents Waghya Murali
Dilip Khanderay performing with his troup
Dilip Khanderay performing with his troup
Dilip Khanderay performing folk dance with his group
Dilip Khanderay performing folk dance with his group
Dilip Khanderay and group presents Gondhal - folk dance
Dilip Khanderay and group presents Gondhal - folk dance
Dilip Khanderay with Lezim Pathak
Dilip Khanderay with Lezim Pathak
Dilip Khanderay  and group presents Lavani dance
Dilip Khanderay and group presents Lavani dance
   Career
Amazing number of social activities are being conducted by Shri. Dilip S.Khanderay. Few of them are mentioned below:
*  He worked as a connoisseur of more than 150 classical dance, folk dance competitions all over India.
*  He has given 75 talks on dancing before art teachers, artists, school and college students all over Maharashtra.
*  Worked as on adviser in many cultural Institutions in Maharashtra, organized number of folk dance competitions for poor and rural artist offering honor and financial help.
*  Presented more than 25 programmes on T. V.
*  300 cultural programmes were presented by Shri. Khanderay Kala Mandal, Aurangabad relating to classical dance and folk dance forms of Maharashtra.
*  Shri Dilip S. Khanderay has presented dance shows before people during so many festivals; eg. Pune Festival, Goa Mahotsav, Vasant Utsav, Rankala Mohotsav, Vatsalya Mela-Delhi, Asian Soft Ball Competitions, Seminar of the Committee of Olympic Games, Common-wealth Krida Mahotsav, Akhil Bharatiya Sahitya Sammelan, Natya Sammelan, Sant Sahitya Sammelan, Marathwada- Sahitya Sammelan etc.

*  He was honored by Maharashtra State Government for his excellent organization of state level Mahila & Purush Kabaddi Competition at Bilori Dist. Nanded. It was done by the Shivajirao Patil Khanderay Pratishthan.
*  Every year the S. P. Khanderay Pratishthan honours 15 persons that have been very efficiant and have done excellent work in the field of social & cultural activities.
The peculiarities of variety of folk dance activities of Maharashtra are :
•  Naman : Opening lines in praise of God Ganesh. This is the practice continued since thousand of years; and it is the worship of God Ganesh through dance, before the main show of each dancing activity.

• Waghya Murali : Khandoba is the Lord Shiva’s avatar & to pray that Lord Khandoba,Waghya Murali were done the special dance & sings the song. They done all their praying with their Dance,Song,Reading,Writing & everything for their own Lord Khandoba.

• Gondhal : These devotees of Goddess Tuljadevi, Ambadevi, Renuka-mata, Saptashringi mata, the incarnation of Goddess Parvati, worship the Goddess and present the story through music & dance.

• Abhang : The devotees of God Viththal of Pandharpur sing songs, dance and go with loud acclamation to Pandharpur to see him.

• Lezim : Right from the 16th century the farmers in Maharashtra use this peculiar musical instrument along with the small tabor to dance during the crop season.

• Aadivasi Dance : To express joy after the work is over, the Aadivasis Dance, ladies with earthern vessel and gents with a stick.

• Koli Dance : The Koli / fishermen on the western sea shore of Maharashtra, dance in a peculiar way during the Krishnashtami and Ganesh (God) festivals.

• Halgi & Sanai Dance : The laborers dance with a stick in their hand, during Moharrum, Pola and Holi festivals. They have the rhythmical sounds of the small tabor and clarion instruments.

• Andhra Mathurilok Nrutya : The farmers on the border of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra perform this dance with earthen pot of head and a lamp on it and go to worship the Village-Goddess during the festive occasion.
 

   Programs

Dilip Khanderay and group presents Halgi & Sanai Dance

Sanai and Halgi Dholki are traditional marathi jugalbandi instruments. The laborers dance with a stick in their hand, during Moharrum, Pola and Holi festivals. They have the rhythmical sounds of the small tabor and clarion instruments.

Dilip Khanderay and group presents Lezim - folk dance of Maharashtra

Lezim is a small musical instrument with jingling cymbals with which this dance is performed. Dholki, a drum instrument is used as the main percussion music. It is performed dressed in colourful costumes. The formations are in twos and fours and even in a circle. Right from the 16th century the farmers in Maharashtra use this peculiar musical instrument to dance during the crop season.

Dilip Khanderay and group presents Gondhal - folk dance of Maharashtra

The Gondhal is a ritual of Maharashtra which includes narrative performance in order to obtain blessings from Goddess Renka or Tuljabhavani.These devotees of Goddess Tuljadevi, Ambadevi, Renuka-mata, Saptashringi mata, the incarnation of Goddess Parvati, worship the Goddess and present the story through music & dance. Gondhal is one of the most extraordinary forms of folk art that is performed in rural as well as urban areas in Maharashtra.

Dilip Khanderay and group presents Waghya Murali - folk dance of Maharshtra

Waghya Murali or Khanderay Bhaktigeet is a dance of the pair Waaghya and Murali who devote their entire lives in the worship of Lord Khandoba of Jejuri. They pray with their Dance, Song, Reading, Writing & everything for their own Lord Khandoba.Shri. Dilip S. Khanderay was the Gold Medalist in Dance, Drama etc. Dilip Khanderay is director of Shri. Khanderay Kala Mandal Aurangabad.
   Awards & Achievements
1. Gold Medalist in Dance ,drama etc during primary and high schooling
2. 1st prize winner in 'Adivasi Dance'.

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