Gayatri has always played lead and challenging roles in several dance ballets conducted by her institution like:  
 
Swagatam Krishna
(depicting birth of Lord Krishna)
Shakuntala
Ramayana
Chilapathigaram (South Indian epic)
Navarasa (the nine emotions taken from the great epic Ramayan and Mahabharat)
Nava Vidha Bhakti
(nine ways of worshipping God)
Krishna Leela
(various stages of Lord Krishna)
Jatayu Moksham
Luv-Kusha

Pancha Kanya
(the five Women of our epic)

Maa Shakti (potraying the greatness of Goddess Durga)
Krishna Parijatam
Panchali Shapatam (written by great poet Shri Subramanya Bharati)
Pancharatnam
Adi Shankara
Saranam Saravana (a thematic presentation on Lord Muruga)
Tandav-Lasya
Bhakta Prahlad
Dashavataram
Shree Ashtalaxmi
Seetha Kalyanam
Geetopadesam (a scene from the mythological epic Mahabharat)

Gayatri moved to Atlanta in 2003 and since then has been performing at various prestigious organizations like IACA (Indian American Cultural Association), Hindu Temple of Atlanta, Zee Heritage India Festival, Star Plus India Mela, every year during the Diwali celebration at Shree Shakti Mandir, Annual Dance Recitals choreographed and conducted by Gayatri herself and also as a guest performer at Fitchburg Community Center, Madison. She was invited by the Indian Students Association to present a solo recital and a dance ballet at Mississippi State University, 2008. Gayatri also represented India through her performance during Asian Cultural Experience Dance Festival, 2009 held at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center along with her senior students. Besides, she regularly performs and choreographs dances for Greater Atlanta Tamil Sangam (GATS).

 
     
     
     
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