Kali- the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment, or shakti, also goddess Kali is known to be a destroyer principally of evil forces. She is often portrayed as standing or dancing on her husband, the god Shiva, who lies calm and prostrate beneath her. The representation of hands and the fierceness of goddess Kali is portrayed by the dancers movements who like Kali, employ the use of 'mudras' or symbolic ritual gestures in classical as well as modern contemporary dance to convey meaning through their specific postures and movement.
The dancers led by Gaysil, are classically trained in the South Indian dance form called Bharat-Natyam, which is arguably India's most graceful and aesthetically pleasing form of dance. Gaysil herself is a trained Western ballet dancer, that is equally adept at contemporary, flamenco and jazz ballet dance forms some of which she incorporates into her performance in Indrakali.
Nash with his bansuri creates the melody which brings all of the epic art-forms together. Along with western influenced backtracks, Nash improvises his way through the performance using a selection of 'ragas' to weave a magical tapestry of rhythm and melody to evoke a concept completely original and thrilling to observe.