When my sister says, “Dance is so in my blood”, she means it. When she dances, she says “It is hard to take your eyes off her.” Studying in the professional field of pharmacy in the small town of Scranton, she dances every day. Many people of our community know her as a girl that dances really well in our Indian festival held every year. She is much better than she is recognized by the community. She studied for six years, Indian Classical Dance called Bharatnatyam. She also would like to learn new different dance styles called Contemporary Dance, Salsa, and also Samba. “I am in love with Dance,” my sister said the other day when I asked her why she is so crazy about dance. “I know that dance is one of the best exercises to stay physically and mentally fit. When I dance, I dance with fusion of classical moves and western moves, which in further helps me used classical beats on western moves. This is how I learn new techniques in dance by myself.” When I asked her who is her favorite dancer, and she said “It is one of my dreams to dance with one of the graceful dancer in the Bollywood, and she is Madhuri Dixit, who is also my favorite role model as a dancer. I like her because; she is the most graceful dancer I have ever seen in my life.” She could go on and on praising about her favorite dancer. Then as I mentioned we celebrate our Indian festival called Navaratri every year. This festival is celebrated for nine nights. My dances the folk dance with folk dance costumes on. She dances until late nights and then goes for work early in the morning. So I asked her the other day how does she manage it. She replied “She could manage everything with dance. I am that passionate about it. Also, I would never lose an opportunity to show my talent.” Then, one day, I asked her to teach me some of the folk dance moves. She taught me some of great folk dance moves she does at our Indian festival. I was thrilled by those mind-blowing moves, and I also admire her for...
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