Bharatantyam is one of the eight major classical dance forms of India, originated from the Southern region of India. Evolved from the book written in 2nd century called Natyashastra by Bharatha muni. Bharatanatyam is regarded as mother of many other Indian classical dance forms. It is practiced widely across the Globe
Kathak is one of the eight major forms of Indian classical dance. The origin of Kathak is traditionally attributed to ancient northern India known as Kathakars or storytellers. (Katha - story). It is an art form with inexplicable charm, mesmerizing footwork, and graceful movements.
Carnatic music is a system of music commonly associated with southern India, including the modern Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. It is believed to be a divine art form which originated from Hindu Gods and Goddesses and is venerated as symbolic of nāda brāhman (form of medicine and yoga). It is based on 72 melakartha raga. Vocals play a major role in Carnatic music system.
This is a simple musical instrument with a row of levers, which are pressed by fingers. It is a modern generation advanced instrument of Piano or Organ that was invented in 3rd century. Keyboard is considered an easiest instrument to learn for complete beginners or even kids. It can be used in both Carnatic and Hindustani music. It also helps the learners to perfect the vocals.
It is also called as North Indian Classical music, which had diverged from Carnatic music during the Islamic conquest. It provides more emphasis on improvisation and exploring all aspects of a raga. Instrumental music is given importance in Hindustani music system.
Tabla is a famous percussion instrument of North India. It is a pair of twin hand drums which is the principal percussion instrument in Hindustani classical music, where it may be played solo, as accompaniment with other instruments and vocals, and as a part of larger ensembles. It is also frequently played in popular and folk music performances.