Sneha Ajith after the grand success of musical dance drama ‘Kamala’ in Bahrain, will stage ‘Moksha’ her new dance show next month. ‘Moksha’ will be staged at Ganesham Auditorium in Trivandrum, Kerala, on 4 December 2019. This dance performance is being convened as the part of Soorya Cultural festival, under the patronage of Legendary Soorya Krishnamurthy.

Showcasing in the classical dance format mohiniyattam, talented 11th-grade student from Bahrain, Devika Thulasi as Bheema, Krishna R Nath, Anjali Anju, Jyothisree Padmanabhan are the other artists on stage along with Sneha Ajith who portrays Droupadi.

Sneha is a professional dancer who has mastered in various dance forms - Bharathanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kuchipudi and Kathak. She recently debuted in the Malayalam movie Kshanam, directed by Suresh Unnithan. A lawyer by profession, she has always kept her passion alive and entertained the audience in Bahrain, India, UK, Australia and many other countries.



Moksha- The Journey Towards Eternity

While enjoying as the proud wife of the five Pandavas, Droupadi had in fact loved only Arjun. She had time and again neglected and avoided Bheema”s love and affection to her. However, Bheema has been relentlessly involved in making Droupadi happy at all times, expecting a change in attitude from her 

“Moksha” commences its journey along with the Pandava’s long journey of pilgrimage often called as Mahaprastan Yatra. Under the leadership of Yudhishtira and on his directives of “No return/No turn back “under any eventualities, Draupadi too has commenced the journey, as the last person behind the Pandavas. 

Bheem has then heard a feeble voice of Droupadi who had fallen down to snow-filled terrain.While the rest of the Pandavas ignored her to move forward for their moksha, Bheem stayed back. He Ignored the directives of Yudhishtira. He ran back to Droupadi as he could never ignore her and he could never leave her alone. He sat back near to her.

While waking up, Draupadi's eyes looked for Arjun, Maharaja and rest of the Pandavas. She could find none except Bheema. She slowly realized the pain of deserting someone like Bheema. She recognized his deep-rooted selfless love to her 

The eternal love and moksha of Droupadi and Bheema begin there.

The concept and direction of this mohiyattam form of dance are by the renowned kalamandalam, Dr Rachitha Ravi. Upcoming young poet Sojan Mazhaveedu and Valaya Rajendran have done the lyrics and music respectively.