Welcome To kalabharathi
Art plays a vital role in the development of an individual. The boom in industrialization has resulted in a materialistic world with diminishing importance for human values and social commitments. The emerging scenario of modernization, privatization and globalization has adversely affected the growing young generation, prompting them to be more career-oriented rather being talent centric. This has motivated kalabharathi to toil for the artistic heritage by serving the cause of both art as well as the society.
Vision & Mission
Kalabharathi Foundation for Indian Culture and Heritage is born out of the vision – “Navabharatham Kalabharatham”- that encompasses the need to preserve, promote, propagate and popularize the rich traditional artistic and cultural treasures of the country, thereby crafting a ‘New India’ which is a ‘Cultural India’. The main mission of the Kalabharathi is the empowerment of youth in the country by cultural orientation and promotion of traditional Indian performing arts across various sects of the society.
Manju Warrier and Kalamandalam Kshemavathi receive awards, curtains down for Dance Fest
The National Awards “Natya Sreshta” and “Nrutha Sree” constituted by Kalabharathi Foundation for Indian Culture and Heritage were presented to Padmasree Kalamandalam Kshemavathi for overall contribution in the field of dance and to cine artist and dancer Manju Warrier for popularising classical dance respectively......
Paris Lakshmi mesmerizes Ananthapuri crowd
The Bharathanatyam by cine artist Paris Lakshmi on the concluding day of the 3-day Kalabharathi National Young Dancers Fest at Vyloppilly Samskruthi Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram was simply scintillating.....
Magical Jugalbandhi by Neelamana sisters
On the third day of the Kalabharathi National Dance Fest, a Jugalbandhi by Dr. Padmini Krishnan and Dr. Draupadi Praveen, known as Neelamana sisters, was a delight for the dance admirers at Ananthapuri.......
Absorbing and rhythmic Kuchipudi by Prateeksha Kashi
Prateeksha Kashi began her recital with an interpretation of Lingaraj Urs composition “Sringara Lahari” in Neelambari Ragam and Aadi Thalam........
Astounding performance at Ananthapuri by Vidyamol
The 2nd day of the Kalabharathi National Young Dancers Fest at Vyloppilly Samskruti Bhavan here witnessed an astonishing Mohiniyattom by Vidyamol...........
Kruthika’s imposing and rhythmic performance stuns audience
Following the amusing performance of Aiswarya Raja, the Kalabharathi Dance Fest was blessed by an enthralling blend of rhythm and movement by dancer and cine artist Kruthika Jayakumar from Bangalore........
Fascinating Bharathanatyam by Aiswarya Raja
On the first day of the 3-day Kalabharathi National Dance Fest, medical student and dancer-cum-cine artist Aiswarya Raja presented a mind-boggling ..........
Grand opening for Kalabharathi National Dance Fest at the capital
The second Kalabharathi National Young Dancers Fest, which is a 3-day event, began in a grand fashion at Vyloppilly Samskruthi Bhavan here on Monday.......
Kalabharathi Festival 2015
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