The first time I saw Karmagraphy was at Choreographers Carnival in Hollywood. Their piece was really refreshing, unique, captivating and stood apart from all the other sets. They reminded me of a huge musical production. I enjoyed the energy, staging, costuming, and choreography that added to the performance. They shared culture, passion, and talent and I can really get into that. They have something special about them, I can see them doing a lot more work within the entertainment industry.
- Nico O'Connor (Instructor/Choreographer - Millennium Dance Complex)
I saw a Karmagraphy show at Highlands in 2010 and I was blown away. Their choreography was incredibly detailed and the performance was electrifying. I found out that they teach these Bollywood Burn classes, and I kid you not they take cardio to the next level. It’s really intense. I loved it.
- Adetokumboh M'Cormack (star of "Lost", "Battle: Los Angeles")
Kavita & Sapna marry a Western vibe into Bollywood tradition with their style, creating something magical in front of you that takes you to an exotic land, yet still somehow feels like home. Their creative energy will wow you, it's contagious, beautiful, and fun. Karmagraphy is incredible!
- Duane Adler (Filmmmaker)
Sapna and Kavita aren't only amazing dancers, they're fantastic teachers too! They make learning Bollywood easy, fun, and a great workout. I can't wait to attend more classes in 2011!
- Kiran Deol (Documentarian)
Dancescape is a great outlet for artists to showcase their talent in an elegant and sophisticated environment. I truly enjoyed working with Karmagraphy and their team as they were nothing but extremely professional and warm. It was a great experience!
- Jamie Gregor (Founder of Dancescape)
Karmagraphy outperformed my expectations!! WOW - beautiful, stunning dancers and choreography. Have no words to describe it.
– Bela Patel (Client)
“Karmagraphy … is a seasoned dance company in Los Angeles."
- Stacy Brecht, The Examiner (Read More)
“Karmagraphy brought down the house with a high energy Bollywood routine.”
– Aliya Perry, Industry Voice News
“…and exotic numbers evoking many nations: Japan, Africa, France and India, represented by "The Forbidden Temple," a Bollywood-style spectacle, choreographed by Kavita Rao.”
– Neal Weaver, LA Weekly (Read More)
“They (Sapna Rohra and friend) were noticed by director Ken Ghosh, and the two dancers flew to Mumbai to shoot dances in “Chance Pe Dance,” choreographed by leading American dance director Marty Kudelka, who has worked with stars like Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson.”
- Lisa Tsering, India West
“On August 31st, 2010 I attended the final production of Beyond. Kavita Rao (of Karmagraphy) choreographed a fun Bollywood number, which made the show pleasurable and different.”
– Aliya Perry, Industry Voice News
“… and Sapna, who has a Bollywood fusion dance company, Karmagraphy with her partner Kavita Rao, were featured in two song/dance numbers in the movie starring Shahid Kapoor, ‘Pump it Up’ and ‘One More Dance’.”
- Lavina Melwani, Lassi with Lavina (Read More)
“..several enjoyable numbers, like "Forbidden Temple" with lively Indian dancing led by Kavita Rao.”
- Jonas Schwartz, Theater Mania
“It was an inspirational experience. “I’ve always visited [India], but I never realized I would love it until I went as a professional dancer,” says Rohra, who has since started a Los Angeles – based dance company, Karmagraphy, that teaches and performs Bollywood, traditional Indian, hip-hop, and contemporary.”
– Robert White, John Hopkins Magazine (Read More)