No doubt you've been curious about what in the world the Guiness World Record is for the largest Kaikottikali dance ever. Well, the record was broken just two weeks ago on February 2 with 5211 dancers, choreographed by Jitha Binoy for the Thanima 2015 arts festival in Irinjalakuda, India.
I'm not sure what the previous record had been.
This was performed before an audience of 55,000 and took almost 11 months to plan. It's not the most vibrant dance in the world, though it's certainly an impressive effort to undertake. But for all the attention the choreographer has gotten for this, I want to know who did the costumes and wardrobe, since they're all wearing the same thing. This wasn't just "Okay, people, see you tomorrow, show up at the shrine at 11 AM. Wear something light and comfortable to dance in."
Mainly though I'm posting it because I love the title I came up with for it.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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