Institute foundation date 1st September 2017 is having a vision and mission to reach to all the aspirants of Dance & Music followers, lovers and people
(For All Age Group)
Kuchipudi is a classical dance form that originated in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It derives its name from the village of Kuchipudi, where it was developed as a traditional dance-drama art form. Kuchipudi is known for its vibrant and dynamic movements, intricate footwork, expressive gestures, and use of storytelling elements.
The origins of Kuchipudi can be traced back to the 17th century when it was performed exclusively by men belonging to the Brahmin community. However, in the 20th century, women also began to participate and excel in this dance form. Kuchipudi draws inspiration from various sources, including classical Sanskrit texts, mythology, folklore, and social themes.
One of the distinctive features of Kuchipudi is the Tarangam, a unique segment in which the dancer performs rhythmic patterns while balancing on the edges of a brass plate. This challenging feat showcases the dancer’s skill, agility, and control over body movements.