Kanakavalli's March Vignette is Radhe Jaggi, a Bharatanatyam dancer for whom travel is a way of life. In a conversation that spans the past and the present, Radhe reminisces about a childhood spent climbing trees, and on the road with her father, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev. She loves being on the move, whether trekking in the mountains or scuba diving off remote islands. Radhe says she stumbled upon dance almost by accident, but finds that this ancient classical style is always contemporary in its grammar and expression. For her, beauty is intangible and intensely personal.
Radhe describes her love affair with the sari, curating a selection of vibrant kanjivarams from the Kanakavalli repertoire, each a reflection of her passion for the weave. Read the entire conversation on our journal, and shop Radhe’s curation right here