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                                    Swaranada Nadanam as an institute, is all about the lives we can touch by embarking into this amazing journey of providing a cultural knowhow to our next generation. As we make more and more life choices towards prosperity and success, an important investment and step towards our completeness would be in successfully instilling the great culture / value that we received from our previous generations and pass on, those traditions, to our next generation.

 

                                     One such knowledge is the belief / understanding of our traditions, arts and music. Understanding the great heritage / culture / tradition is not complete without knowing our music and art forms.

 

                                     Music education at a very young age, has been linked with the development of self-control, planning, and verbal intelligence: the life skills students need; to make decisions, focus, plan, problem-solve, and juggle multiple tasks. It also fosters a motivation to learn, a sense of calm and more focus towards all day-to-day activities.

As our ancestors say, 

"Music speaks what cannot be expressed,

Soothes the mind and gives it rest,

Heals the heart and makes it whole,

Flows from the heaven to the soul".

Music is the art of thinking with sounds.

 

                                     Indian Classical dance as noted, like the traditional art forms of Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kuchipudi - that originated from the southern provinces of India not only enable us envision the vibrancy and the colors of this beautiful nation, but, helps in bringing the discipline of exercise and flexibility early into the lives of the students. These are three of the eight traditional dance forms that shares its roots back to the great Sanskrit scripts of "NatyaShastra" which explains the science of dance.

 

Bharatanatyam is the oldest Indian classical dance form originated in the Tanjore district of Tamil Nadu and regarded as the mother of many other classical dance forms of India. Firstly, it was initiated in the Hindu temples of Tamil Nadu and eventually flourished in South India.

 

Mohiniyattam originated way early and flourished initially in the 16th century and took off in the 19th century under the patronage of the King of Travancore Swathi Thirunal. It is one of India's most loved dance forms even today

 

Kuchipudi is one of the 8 classical dance forms that originated in the village of Kuchipudi as the name states, is a dance-drama performance, with its roots in the ancient Hindu Sanskrit text of Natya Shastra. It developed as a religious art linked to traveling bards, temples and spiritual beliefs, like all major classical dance of India.

 

                                     As we move forward with supporting the various talented artists from India, during this pandemic, we are starting this institute to make a difference and are lining up courses for various music and art forms and are fast expanding.

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