Learn an art form

Discover a world of art

Choose from online, three-month foundational workshops on a variety of dance forms, instruments, and vocal styles. 

What makes our workshops different?

  • A self-paced online format
  • An understanding of your art form from the perspective of ancient texts
  • A holistic approach to learning; while learning, you will also nurture the mind-body connection.
  • You will be able to perform a short piece of your art form at the end of the workshop.
  • You will be awarded a certificate of completion at the end of the workshop.

Online Workshops

Our past performances include massive-scale culture events to enchanting dance dramas.

Online Foundation Course In Kathak

Learn the basics of Kathak, the Indian classical dance form popular in North India.

Online Foundation Course In Bharatnatyam

Learn the basics of Bharatnatyam, the Indian classical dance form popular in Tamil Nadu.

Online Foundation Course In Tabla

Learn the basics of Tabla, the king of percussion of Hindustani classical music.

Online Foundation Course In Mridangam

Learn the basics of Mridangam, the majestic percussion instrument of Carnatic music.

Online Foundation Course In Flute

Learn the basics of the Indian Flute, the melodic wind instrument used in Hindustani classical music.

Online Foundation Course In Hindustani Vocals

Learn the basics of Hindustani vocals, a style of vocals originating from the northern regions of the Indian subcontinent.

Online Foundation Course In Carnatic Vocals

Learn the basics of Carnatic vocals, a style of vocals originating from the southern states of India.

Online Foundation Course In Odissi

Learn the basics of  Odissi, the traditional dance form from the Indian state of Odisha.

Artists share their experiences

“It was an honor to perform Kathak under the guidance of Pandit Birju Maharaj and team. So grateful for this opportunity when you find an audience of more than 2.5 lakh applauding you.”
Manita Gauba, 38
“It was like a dream to perform on that magnificent floating stage, in front of such a mammoth audience. I was a part of Cosmic Rythym - a yoga dance, at the World Culture Festival 2016. There were many hitches before going in for the finale. But, in the finale, it was perfect.”
Jayashree Prabhakar, 50
“We had started practicing ahead of the grand event. The entire Gujarat team was preparing for traditional Garba. It was a visual treat to see 1500 Garba dancers performing together. The performance was received with a standing ovation. I loved it.”
Ronak Pala, 32