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Impact of Globalization on Art and Dance | Book Publisher International

Background: Art is something that cannot be defined in mere words, but it's much understandable by any human being. With its wide scope increasing by days passing by, art requires a lot of thoughts, creative impulse and an imaginative skill. Art has its own unique and different reasons to be formed. Indian dance forms have evolved through time but still have their original essence with India being global since the trade policy of 1991, the concept of globalizing and art form has reached a new level. These chapters will discuss how the classical and folk dance forms have taken unique twists, modernized and appealing culture at the same time people being able to interact globally and the exchange of ideas. It’s a very wide concept. Advancement in technology, transportation and communication has lead to the growth of globalization. The growth of international trade, ideas, and cultures also increased due to increased interaction between nation, states and people. Conclusion: The book has given its best reviews on Indian dance forms and how they can help in prospering unity and peace through their cultures. The young generation has a better and creative view; they are the means of promoting universal brotherhood. India has not only inculcated the westernization concepts but also has spread its impact globally.

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Deboleena Paul
Department of Creative and Festival Arts, Faculty of Humanities and Education, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago


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