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Cultural Kaleidoscope

In order to expose our students to our rich and glorious heritage, each year we have a special programme where some traditional art form is highlighted.

Music Week

The music week was introduced in the year 2006-2007 to allow both students and teachers to experience the rich musical heritage of our country. We had renowned musicians perform each day on different instruments such as the tabla, violin, sitar, flute, & ghatam. They inspired the budding artists of the school.

Hypnotic strains of
Mr.Shivalingappa Rajapur

Pulsating beats of
Ms.Sukanya Ramgopal

Scintillating performance by Sanjeev Korti
and Mr. Srikanth Devipur.

Mellifluous music by Mr.Kumaresh and
Mr. Jayachandra

Kalari Payattu

In the year 2007-08, students of NPS Koramangala had a rare treat. Kalari artistes from Basavanagar performed the kalari payattu, an ancient art form of Kerala under the guidance of their master Mr. Sreedharan Gurukkal. The mesmerizing performance and the ease at which the team demonstrated their skill was enthralling.

The effortless Kalari payattu display by Mr. Sreedharan Gurukkal and his agile troop

Panchari Melam

The reverberation of an unusual rendition in the school auditorium by the Panchari Melam troupe left the audience spellbound for more than half an hour. The troupe was led by Mr.Anand Marar, of Kerala Lalita Kala Sahithya Academy

The music rendered by the percussionists is usually played during temple festivals to pay obeisance to the divine power. The ensemble of the traditional musical instruments- Chenda, Elathalam and Kombu with exceptional coordination, for a different audience kept the essence of Indian music flowing in the young minds.

Of Rhythms, Beats and Melodies

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