“Every piece of land has a destiny and it beckons people to fulfill it. Protima Gauri answered that call of destiny at the vast expanse of land at Hessaraghatta when she set up her dance village Nrityagram. If you could forgive a bit of literary indulgence, it reminded one of the dog in Saul


Bellow’s ‘Dean’s December’ barking in protest against its limited dogs experience and crying ‘For God’s sake open the universe. A little more.’ Well, the universe was opened a little at Vasantahabba!” - The Indian Express

“The Spring Festival once again proved the blurring distinctions between the urban sophisticate and the rustic villager, both rubbing shoulders, braving the winter chill and sitting through the all-night performances!” - The Hindu