Shahi Prabha Tewari, Nai Duniya

(May 19, 2011)

In a function organized to comemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Rabindra Nath Tagore, Sadanand Biswas and his troupe presented 'panch bhava' (five emotions) of life as a tribute to the great doyenne of literature.

Anand Bazar Patrika, Kolkata

(December 12 2009)

The minute skills and nuances seem to have been deeply ingrained by his revered Guru while training Sadanand Biswas and these are very well evident in his performance.

Nai Duniya

(November 08, 2009)

The concept of 'Surya-ashtakam' in a unique blend of contemporary and Kathak style has been presented by Sadanand Biswas along with Shubro in his recent performance at the india Habitat Centre.

The Hindu

(August 21, 2009)

“One in spirit event – two young dancers use Kathak and contemporary dance to express concerns for events affecting everyday life”.

The Statesman

(July 18, 2008)

“Dance lovers had a treat in store when Sadanand Biswas and troupe performed at Jagannath Temple in Hauz Khas”.

The Andaman Express

(January 8, 2007)

“The solo performance depicting intense love of the dance for the supreme lord has been appreciated by thousands of visitors at ITF”.

The Times of India

(December 9, 2006)

“His whole world revolved around studies and dance. And now his determination and dedication seem to have paid off”.

The Times of India

(June 6, 2006)

“Despite the western influence imposing upon our traditional ethos, there are still some who strive to preserve and promulgate the true essence of Indian culture. One such artist dedicated to the cause is Sadanand Biswas”.

The Hindu

(June 17, 2005)

Sadanand’s abhinay is sensitive to music and poetry. The expressional empathy is a far cry from the usual deadpan face of male dancers of this gharana”.

The Hitavada

(November 25, 2004)

Sadanand aims to become the undisputed guru of Kathak. Considering his dedication and devotion towards the dance form, it sounds as sure as prophecy”.

Hindustan Times

(May 17, 2002)

“The ease with which he moves to every beat and every change in taal shows the years of dedication that has gone into perfecting the art form”.