ODC made its mark through several international festivals, film festivals, online platforms and television broadcastings, creating a niche for the Odissi diaspora in the United States and abroad through disciplined practice and lifelong commitment. Praised by several international and domestic critics and reviewers, ODC's critically acclaimed performances reflect exceptional technique, complementing aesthetic imagery and captivating synchronization. ODC has educated the performing arts community about the art form Odissi, its origin, history, technique, essence and language of expression through several university residencies, departmental lectures, commissioned works, dance and theatrical productions and international tours. ODC has demonstrated equal expertise in executing with grace and tranquility, both Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra's choreographic works and the evolved neoclassical/ neoliberal choreographies of Guru Ratikant Mohapatra. In addition to presenting significant works on Odissi from the past, Dr. Chatterjee commissions new productions, retaining the grammar of traditional Odissi, experimenting with the aesthetic significance of movements and rhythmic transitions with Carnatic, Hindustani and World music, an aim to enrich and not dilute the dance form. ODC has earned a national/ international acclaim through its productions and performances, to foster global and community outreach, aesthetic enrichment and cultural exchange with the performing arts community.