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TIRUPATI: Dance is the unifier for this couple in Tirupati. It kinds their life’s rhythm, the soul’s language that communicates with the environment of their religious journey, spreading the goodness of the artwork kind. When the journey turns religious, materialistic wishes take a again seat. So is the case with Neelam Dhana Sree and Srinivasa Rao, who’ve been taking classical dance kinds to the kids, passing on the information they’ve acquired through the years.

Their studio, Bharata Kalakshetram at Annarao Circle right here, is open to all since 2004, the place they educate Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi to youth, no matter the scholars’ monetary standing. Neelam and Srinivasa consider in passing on their information and have taken below their wings dozens of scholars, a lot of whom are from below-poverty line households.

Impressed by famous artist Rukmini Devi Arundal, the founding father of Kalakshetra in Chennai, and her devotion to tremendous arts, the couple are at present educating 70 college students the 2 dance kinds. 4 of their college students have carried out “arangetram” (commencement ceremony the place the guru presents his or her pupil to the general public).

Born right into a middle-class household, Neelam (40) is now pursuing her PhD in Thallapaka Annamacharya Sankeerthanas from Annamalai College in Tamil Nadu. Her husband has additionally accomplished MA in Superb Arts. The couple determined to embark on the journey to unfold the information of classical dance collectively and acquired married after years of friendship. 

Lengthy-time dance companions at stage reveals, Srinivasa and Neelam began studying Bharatanatyam of their childhood below guru MV Narasimhachary. Neelam, after finishing her commencement from Mahila College, and Srinivasa, who was finding out in Chennai, acquired in contact with one another once more to be taught the superior methods of the artwork kind, which united them in marriage. 

They’ve carried out in Malaysia, Sri Lanka and the US. Srinivasa had labored as a dance trainer at Anjali Dance Firm in Texas.In the course of the peak Covid-19 days, the couple began on-line courses and skilled college students from the UK, the US, Sri Lanka, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. 

“Dance has all the time been my old flame. I grew up in a household that gave a lot significance to tradition. Many individuals have contributed and helped in retaining the classical arts alive. We determined to do our bit and began educating college students Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi at Bharata Kalakshetram, which attracts inspiration from Kalakshetra,” Neelam mentioned. 

Whereas college students Monika, Medha Sree, Srinithi and Sree Medha carried out their “arangetram,” 5 of their college students have secured scholarships from the Ministry of Tradition for a fellowship programme. 
“We would like the kids to know the wealthy Indian tradition and heritage, and make sure the continuity of classical arts for years to come back,” Neelam added. Prior to now few months, they’ve carried out at municipal faculties in Tirupati and showcased tales from the Panchatantra via their artwork.



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