Death’s Pathos


March 30, 2022

Words By

Maanasa Sri Ganesh

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“Live how we can, yet die we must” – William Shakespeare

There are many emotions around the idea of death – sadness, hopelessness, fear, relief, happiness, pride, etc. However, if death can be personified, how will she choose to view all these human emotions? After all, in the eyes of Death, everything is fair and equal.


Maanasa Sri Ganesh

Maanasa is a Bharatanatyam dancer and completed her SIFAS diploma in Bharatanatyam in 2015 with the title of ‘Natya Visharadh’. She went on to do a solo Bharatanatyam production titled Acharya Devo Bhava in 2017 under the guidance of Guru Gayathri Chachithanandar.

She has also been part of many Apsaras Arts group ensemble productions and is currently under the able guidance of Guru PN Vikas. She hopes to explore the relevance of this art form in the modern day context while staying true to its roots and traditions.

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