Diwali Video Greetings 2007
www.indiavideo.org has come up with Online Video Greetings for Diwali, one of the major festivals of India. The major attraction of these greeting videos is that they contain exclusive clips of classical dance forms of India by renowned artists. The greetings page is a user-friendly one, to the extent that even a novice of Internet can send video greetings from this site. Users can customize these greetings.
Video greetings were developed with clippings of Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kathak, Kuchipudi, Odissi, Manipuri etc. The dance forms are being presented by eminent artists like Anita Ratnam, Deepti Omchery Bhalla, Pali Chandra, Manju Bharggavee, Sujata Mohapatra and Bimbavati Devi. Music video clips like Tulsidas Bhajan, Meera Bhajan, Karnatic and Baul music will soon be added to video greetings.
www.indiavideo.org is the first website to offer online video greetings service. This novel concept was introduced during the festival of Onam in Kerala during this year. Later video greetings were designed for Ramadan (Ramzan) too. The site plans to introduce video greetings for X"mas and New Year.
www. indiavideo.org is the first video website on India with professionally made video clips. It is envisaged as an online video encyclopaedia of India. The website is developed and maintained by Invis Multimedia www.invismultimedia.com in association with the UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) New Delhi Office.
http://kerala.indiavideo.org, a microsite of Indiavideo contains professionally made video clips of Kerala, the south-western Indian state. Popularly known as God"s Own Country, Kerala has been recommended as one of the fifty destinations of a lifetime by National Geographic Traveller. There are hundreds of video clips presenting a wide range of topics.
For more information:
Kaudiar, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India-695 003.
Ph: ++91-471-2311832, 2319892, Fax: ++91-471-2313170