Pulse is the hub of South Asian dance in the UK. It aims to take a snapshot of South Asian dance in the UK at any given time – profile the artists, discuss, critique and contextualise their work, thereby keeping the sector informed, connected and energized.

Previous issues of Pulse magazine

The dedicated magazine for South Asian dance in the UK was published by Kadam from 2001 until end 2017. Kadam acquired Pulse from Aditi the umbrella body for South Asian dance that ceased in 2001. There are fifty-six issues that chart the development of South Asian dance in Britain. Pulse has had three editors: Anita Dawood Nasser 2002, Chitra Sundaram 2003-2007, and the current editor Sanjeevini Dutta from 2008 onwards. It is our aim to make all issues available freely on the web, uploaded on www.issuu.com.

I have read the Pulse issues cover to cover. Copies of Pulse have travelled across the country and the rest of the world with me.
Nina Rajarani MBE – Dancer and teacher – Srishti

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