“Indian classical music and dance are not just for entertainment – they are designed to elevate your consciousness.” —Sadhguru
Project Samskriti is an endeavor to nurture, preserve and showcase the magnificence of classical Indian arts as possibilities for transformation and inner growth at a time when these art forms are being practiced just as hobbies.
Isha Samskriti advanced students and alumni, with years of rigorous training and an experiential understanding of the impact of the classical arts, will offer these programs.
Born out of a deep understanding of life and creation, Indian classical music and chants have been a vehicle for many to reach their ultimate nature. Today several scientific studies vouch for their numerous health benefits.
Combining emotions, controlled yet fluid movements, drama and music, Indian classical dance evolved as an exuberant form of worship in the temples of southern India. Bharatanatyam is considered the oldest of all classical dance forms in the country. Practicing this art is known to have a positive impact on one’s body and mind.
Among the oldest martial arts in the world, Kalaripayattu is said to be the basis for other South Asian arts of combat. It is well known for establishing robust physical and mental health.
“Isha Samskriti is a one of its kind school. I don't think there's anything else like this where there is a dedicated team bringing up children right from the age of six for pure excellence in various forms of arts. Perhaps they will become an oasis of excellence in our country.”
Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
Member of Parliament, Olympic Medalist
“There's something more beyond just our educational qualifications that is happening within us. And I think that's what Isha Samskriti is doing. It is quite inspiring. And the way they've been trained by the Isha Foundation - it was just there to be seen.”
Director, Telugu Film Industry