'Kala' meaning Art and 'Gangothri' meaning the Birth place of sacred river Ganges. Art take its birth in the creative minds of the people leading to happier world. Kalagangothri Foundation works on the objective of creating Happier Mind = Happier World by inspiring young talents into the divine art 'Bharthanataya' - Indian Classical Dance. This knowledge of divine art imbibes Love, Peace and Humanity among the younger generation. In the year 2005, Akhilandeshwari and Chetan Hebbar renowned Bharthanatya artists established a Dance Company “Kalagangothri” at Mysore the cultural capital of Karnataka, India and run their company in India & US for the purpose of propagation of Knowledge of this Ancient Art & Culture - 'Bharthanataya'.
Kalagangothri Foundation, belives that artistic and cultural activities are essential components of a healthy and vibrant communities. We are committed to our role as a catalyst for change and greater impact through dedicated art education which we serve.
Kalagangothri Foundation believes that the arts are a human right and should be available to all without regard to age, location and socioeconomic status. Access to a spectrum of artistic expressions and cultural experiences is crucial to the development of healthy communities and contributes to the overall academic achievement and social well-being of our younger population. Kalagangothri embodies artistic excellence and foster cultural participation in order to amplify the voice of young aspiring talents.
Kalagangothri Foundation is affiliated and Accredited by the following prestigious Organisations/ Universities ;
- Conseil International de la Danse - UNESCO, Paris, France
Courses offered are onlines with these reputed organisation. On successful completion of course co branded graduation certificates are provided by Kalagangothri Foundation.
Since its inception, Kalagangothri Foundation under the able guidance of its founder directors have been performing world over at various dance festivals and are imparting training in Bhartanatyam in its purest form.