Karnataka's Mentor of all Things Art

For Abhijit Chakraborty, creativity is important, but giving it a structure is paramount. So, when he came to Karnataka, Chakraborty realised that music, dance and fine arts being taught in schools could do with a more organised syllabi to engage students and educators alike. The result was Sanchari—an institution with a structured method of teaching and a proper syllabus. Today, Chakraborty’s brainchild has made a big difference and 148 schools spread over 30 districts in the state have adopted his method of teaching. Chakraborty now plans to take Sanchari way of learning to the village students of Karnataka. 

Established in 2005 in Bengaluru, it is the south zone branch of Bangiya Sangeet Parishad, and affiliated to the prestigious Rabindra Bharati University of West Bengal. Be it dance, vocal music, instrumental music or fine arts, students and artists from various parts of Karnataka have found the right platform in Sanchari for not only learning these art forms in a more structured way but also for showcasing their talents at forums such as national festivals................Read more


Source: The New Indian Express


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