Dr. MANOJ AJMERA
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Supriya’s dance studio is called Manch, literally meaning a stage. And what a stage it was! We witnessed several kinds of dance forms on one platform. From costume changes to changing music beats we enjoyed every performance. When we entered the studio a batch of students was already performing Bollywood dance. Supriya demonstrated the dance steps to his students, and then greeted us. We asked him to continue his dance routine. Supriya’s swift movements and the rhythm in his feet tempted me to groove to the music myself. Admittedly I am a terrible dancer and it is probably a bad idea to begin now. Nonetheless the fact that I even considered the possibility speaks oodles about Supriya’s dancing capabilities! From salsa to Bollywood, Supriya teaches all kinds of dance forms, “I enjoy teaching dances of all kinds; however I specialize in ballroom dancing.” He said.
"The best thing about Mansi and Supriya is that they follow the international syllabus"
Supriya and his better half Mansi began Manch almost ten years ago. But I was curious about the journey, how did it all begin? I wondered. “I was always interested in dance, I performed at weddings and annual school days” he recalls. Supriya’s father was skeptical about his career. “My father was a businessman; he wasn’t sure how I could make a career in dance.” Today Supriya runs a successful dance academy. His personal journey and his professional journey overlapped as he began his career with the love of his life. “I met Mansi at a dance performance,” he smiled, “And we fell in love with each other” Both of them together decided to start something of their own, but for that they required more training. After a lot of research and field work, they decided to learn ballroom dancing. “The best thing about Mansi and Supriya is that they follow the international syllabus,” said one of the students, “We are following a certain standard, which is great.” Supriya and Mansi’s students are more like family, “We enjoy each other’s company,” Supriya said, “I am proud to have two families.” To showcase the spirit of this family Supriya began his own annual show called Basket. “A basket of different products represents variety”