Deeps Dancing Divas in Denmark

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Welcome to Deep's Dancing Divas

Deep’s Dancing Divas epitomizes Henry Ford’s saying “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success”. It is this principle that has helped us to achieve success by adding meaning to others’ lives being associated with NGOS like “Friends of Shamayitha Math” and “Little Big Help”. Dance is not a competition, it is a passion; through dance students learn teamwork, focus and improvisational skills. Deep’s group takes pride in representing Indian culture amidst the Scandinavian people by participating in various cultural events hosted in Scandinavian countries. It has been a journey of a decade but the zeal and essence are the same. Thus we welcome one and all to join us in this journey of dance, of joy, of entertainment of discovery, and of “being alive”. Creativity has no boundaries – at Deep’s Dancing Divas we offer both online and offline learning. 

The Vision

Our vision is to “Adding meaning to people’s lives through creativity”. Towards this goal, we promote and spread Indian art forms internationally, through cultural and social forums. Simultaneously we endeavor to provide a platform for children to harness and showcase their talents, while nourishing in them a spirit of humanity by associating in charitable causes.

Learn, Dance, Perform with Us

The Beginning

Deepshikha Daga, the founder of Deep’s Dancing Divas, is a trained Kathak dancer and vocalist since the age of 8. Born and brought up in Kolkata, amidst a strong cultural and artistic influence from her mother, she has been living in Copenhagen since 2007.

Her passion for dancing and singing motivated her to participate and organise cultural events for the Asian community in Denmark and also showcasing this to the Danish audience, which was highly appreciated by all. Soon she started performing in various cultural forums organised by the Danish Kommune, Indian and regional cultural associations, and organising Indian classical performances of dance and drama shows supported by like-minded friends. With support from the Asian community, she teaches classical, folk and bollywood dance forms to a growing number of children, to date she has performed in more than 250 cultural, social and charity events across Scandinavia.

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