Carnatic Music

Carnatic music is rich in compositions. There are thousands and thousands of compositions in different ragas, talas, languages and styles composed by great saints, philosophers, poets and historians of different periods. Thus, the lyrical content in Carnatic music has a wide range, from the religious to the romantic.

The musical forms in South-India are in origin, for vocal use. Then, these compositions are also used for various instruments adapting the songs into their musical and technical possibilities. Music is available in two different structures: Music for educational use and music meant for the concert platform.

It is the general belief in Indian culture, that all art forms have a divine origin. Many saints and scholars believe that music is the greatest sadhana and easiest way to reach godhead or to attain salvation. Sama Veda is considered as the main source for the development of Indian music.

This course welcomes all the Music lovers across the world to come and learn the Carnataka Music from its roots. It is usually taught and learned through compositions.


The yoga and classical dance traditions of India have been inextricably entwined for millennia. The exacting hand gestures, postures and movements of Indian classical dance can only be achieved through yogic concentration. Conversely, the esthetics, symmetry, and dynamism of dance enhance the practice of yoga.

All the classical dances are basically a Prayer Of God. This eternal art has come from none other than the dancing God, ‘Shiva’. There is no doubt that Indian Classical Dances are so deeply ingrained with divine values that they are truly going through a “sadhana”, a way to attain God.

In this program, learn Bharatnatyam, Kathak and Kuchipudi in its purest form; through our highly experienced faculty. Our program starts with basic training followed by higher levels of practice to reach excellence in one dance form. Our academic foundation is based on theory, history, cultural studies and educational perspectives followed by choreography, dance techniques and dance performance.

Both Diploma and Master Program are offered for Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi and Kathak.


The history of Indian Arts dates back to the era of Ajanta, Ellora and other murals. Other famous examples are Buddhist palm leaf manuscripts, the Jain texts and the Deccan, Mughal and Kangra schools. Indian paintings is a portrayal of tradition and depiction of ancient texts and theories in color and anecdotal accounts. It was common during the ancient times have paintings in households in the doorways or indoor rooms where guests resided.

  • Traditional Art
  • Folk Art
  • Contemporary Art