Classical Dance

“When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. … ””

Indian classical dances are traditionally performed as an expressive drama-dance form of religious performance art, related to Vaishnavism, Shaivism, Shaktism, pan-Hindu Epics and the Vedic literature, or a folksy entertainment that includes story-telling from Sanskrit or regional language plays. As a religious art, they are either performed inside the sanctum of a Hindu temple, or near it. Folksy entertainment may also be performed in temple grounds or any fairground, typically in a rural setting by traveling troupes of artists; alternatively, they have been performed inside the halls of royal courts or public squares during festivals

Diplomas and Degrees Offered

 

Diplomas :

Primary Level: Praveshika
One Year
Prarambhik – I
One Year
Prarambhik – II
One Year
Junior Level: Junior Diploma
Two Years
Bhushan – I
One Year
Senior Level : Senior Diploma
Two Years
Bhushan – II
One Year
Bhushan – III One Year

Degrees :

Bachelor of Arts(Music) : Prabhakar
Two Years
Visharad
Two Years
Master of Arts (Music) : Praveen
One Year
Bhushan – III
Two Years

Doctorate Programs :z

Sangeet Acharya
Churamani
TSM is Affiliated to and conducts examinations of the following UGC accredited Music Societies/Universities:
Prayag Sangeet Samiti
Pracheen Kala Kendra (Chandigarh)
Trinity College, London (Examination facility)

Students residing close to Karkardooma, Shahdara, Pushpanjali, Vivek Vihar, Surajmal Vihar, Jhilmil, Dilshad Garden, Savita Vihar, Laxmi nagar, Ananda Vihar, Shresth Vihar, or Yogana Vihar can contact our Ghaziabad centre for more details.