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Choreography and Abhinaya Highlights of Dance Fest
- Prabal Gupta, The New Indian Express, 28 Dec 2015

Chaste and classical
- Harish Bal, The Hindu, Friday Review, 18 Dec 2015

A fine balance (Interview) (pg 13-19)
- Yamini Vasudevan, Culturama, Dec 2015

Sree Iyer and Padma Bhushan awardee V P Dhananjayan talk about his time with Cho at TTK, the name Bhaarat for India and how to go about building Ram Mandir   (Interview)

Dhananjayans entertain senior citizens
- The Hindu, October 11, 2015

Dance as a way of life
- Lalithaa Krishnan, The Hindu, 8 Oct 2015
At the 2015 edition of Bhava Bhavanam Bhavashabalima, Kalakshetra’s annual Kathakali fest, three veterans dazzled

With acceptance there is only happiness (Interview)
 - AVIS Viswanathan in conversation with The Dhananjayans exploring their idea of happiness, 4 Oct 2015

“I owe everything to that Institution”
Interview by Neerja Dasani with V.P. Dhananjayan, Founder-Director, Bharata Kalanjali, April 2015
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Yet another Spellbinding Performance

- Narayana Vishwanath, The New Indian Express, 13 April 2015

Sedate yet sensitive
- Chitra Mahesh, The Hindu, April 2, 2015
Old is indeed gold -- as the 2015 Bharatakalanjali production, ‘Azhagu Deivam’ proved.  Decent, consistent quality of dancing combined with the right amount of dexterity in footwork and bhava - a trademark of all Bharatakalanjli productions - saw to it that the production was enjoyed by all present in the audience.
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Here comes the handsome Lord (Preview)
 - Geetha Venkataramanan, The Hindu, 26 March 2015
Bharatakalanjali gives visual shape to Thooran’s lyrics, writes Geetha Venkataramanan.

Thooran sets stage for Dhananjayan dance (Preview)
- B. Kolappan, The Hindu, 9 March 2015

Cultural fest held
The Hindu, 15 March 2015
A three-day cultural festival ‘Yuva Sangamam’ was held at A.M. Jain College Shift II, Meenambakkam, recently. The fest was inaugurated by eminent Bharatanatyam exponent V.P. Dhananjayan. He said, “Art brings hearts together and has no religion. I want to show the future generations how dance has evolved from the way it was described in the Natya Shastra. To develop good leadership qualities, we need art and culture.”

Report from Dubai
- Mathrubhumi, Malayalam Daily, 9 Feb 2015

Serenading the Konark temple through the annual festival for a quarter of a century
- Nartanam

A sabdam by Shanmugam
- V.P. Dhananjayan, Sruti magazine, January 8, 2015