NRITYAKALA

Learning Through Dance

ARTS & CULTURE

Imagination through depths

Shows to present classical, folk and popular music Western music particularly classical to suit the theme of a
show as well as creative work to juxtapose eastern and western style, work on the translation of literature of
Indian language are the vital aims of Nrityakala Dance Heritage

Since inception Nrityakala Dance Heritage produced innumerable shows, presented prominent dancers,
musicians and artists, created shows involving professional, local artistes and students

Nrityakala D.H.

Was founded in 1986 as a school of

Indian dance with the philosophy “learning through dance”. Over the years the organisation became a proponent of Indian culture and heritage in the UK. NK THE RHYTHM’s exciting journey over the last 33 years has seen the organisation evolve from imparting dance lessons and performing and creating shows to working in education, developing workshops and the filming and production of educational and documentary film and releasing of audio CDs based on the works of Tagore in many languages targeted to a worldwide audience. It has also brought Tagore to the centre of UK parliament by taking the works of Tagore to The House of Lords.

Past Events

Tagore Dance

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Veda Dance

Tagore created few songs on the Veda mantra by inserting tunes for performing in regular ‘Upasana’ (Prayer) and for auspicious occasion. The tunes are based on the rhythm the way the mantras are chanted.

Classical Style Dance

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South Indian Dance

Tagore created few songs on the Veda mantra by inserting tunes for performing in regular ‘Upasana’ (Prayer) and for auspicious occasion. The tunes are based on the rhythm the way the mantras are chanted.

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Contact

Phone: 0208 445 8512
Email: ndh.event@gmail.com
Adress: 15 Southway Totteridge London N20 8EB
MON-FRI 09:00 - 19:00, SAT-SUN 10:00 - 14:00