Symphonies and concerts are special but when the strings of 1000 sitars are plucked in unison, all barriers, definitions and prejudices are transcended. Such an event which has never been witnessed before happened when over 1000 sitarists performed together on one platform in Noida in 2008.
Capturing the confluence of spirituality with music and dance we have organized events that are a triumph of the brilliance of Indian classical art forms and a spectacular demonstration of this ancient legacy of India.
Over the years, we have organized events to popularise Indian classical music and dance forms. Such events uplift the practitioners and epitomize the universality and unifying power of art to spread the message of peace and harmony.
we bring together a large number of practitioners from a field to showcase and to preserve the cultural richness of the nation.
We have organized many dance and music events so far. Some of them include:
Brahm Naad: Over 1000 sitarists performed together on one platform, in a first-of-its-kind concert. Slated to find its way into the Guinness Book of World records, the proceeds of this initiative were dedicated to the relief and rehabilitation of flood-ravaged Bihar (Nov 21, 2008 in Noida)
Taal Ninaad: The largest hand drum ensemble consisted of 1230 people playing tabla drums and 318 pakhwaj with a blend of the sarangi and the flute set the beats of the 150,000 people’s heart in sync (17 Jan, 2012 in Solapur)
Abhanga Naad: The largest dhol drum ensemble was performed by 1356 artists (21 Feb, 2011 in Kolhapur)
Naatya Vismayam: The largest Kathakali dance was performed by 150 artists with two performances of 20 minutes each (12 Feb, 2011 in Thiruvananthapuram)
Naada Vaibhavam: Over 5700 Carnatic music singers performed together with the largest choir consisting of 121,440 people. This event has entered the Guinness World Records (30 Jan, 2011 in Chennai)
Mehran De Rang: The largest Bhangra dance included 2100 performers who danced for 15 minutes (11 Nov, 2010 in Ludhiana)
Annam Brahma: The largest vegetarian buffet consisted of 5612 different dishes (2 Nov, 2010 in Ahmedabad)
Mohiniyattam: The most people performing a Mohiniyattam dance was 1200 as part of the Silver Jubilee celebration of The Art of Living (28 Nov, 2006 in Cochin)
India has no dearth of talented artisans who uphold the gradually losing forms of arts. Platforms to encourage them and to showcase their talents goes a long way in preserving India’s cultural heritage.
We are committed to preserving and promoting India’s cultural heritage by organizing similar events.