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The fourth edition of 'Parikrama', a festival entirely dedicated to Indian classical dance, will be organised on November 24 and 25 at Balgandharva Rangmandir. Bharatnatyam dancer and founder of Kalavardhini, a city-based charitable trust, Sucheta Chapekar said the two-day festival will be composed of three important events including performances by known senior dancers and young talents and a symposium on classical dance- related issues. The opening day will have performances by Chapekar's disciples, including Sayali Roy, Pallavi Naik and Ketaki Shenolekar and Ashwini Ekbote, who will perform Nritya Ganga. This will be followed by a Bharatnatyam performance by Urmila Satyanarayanan. The second day will witness 'Samvaad', a symposium wherein Sujata Mohapatra, Rajashri Shirke and Jayashree Rao will express their views. The evening session will commence with an instrumental performance by Satish Krishnamurthy and troupe followed by Odissi performance by Sujata Mohapatra. The festival will end with a final performance by Sucheta Chapekar.