The source of Revathi’s inspired choreography and dance performances
are rooted deep in Tamil literature. These dance ballets include:
In praise of Lord Siva and covering various aspects of 'bhakti'
in a smooth interrelation of philosophic thought and artistic concepts.
The Anandha Thandava of Shiva as Nataraja symbolises the Pancha
Kritya or the aspects of creation, sustenance, destruction, obscuration
and salvation. 'Ambalathil Adum Jyoti' elaborates these aspects
of Shiva Natraja using songs and poems from ancient Tamil Saivaite
Literature and from works of both ancient and contemporary poets-
Music by Sri.B.Ragavendra Rao.
visualised and presented to commemorate the golden jubilee celebration
of Indian Independence, received well deserved appreciation from
the press and connoisseurs. Songs of Viswanatha Sastri, Bharathiyar,
Namakkal Kavignar and Azha. Valliappa have been used to provide
an insight into the greatness of India. The feature concludes with
The Indian National Song "Vande Mataram" of Bankim Chandra
Chatterjee - Music by Bhagavatulu Seetarama Sarma
based on the Divya Prabandham, an ancient 16th century work, depicts
the birth of Krishna, antics with the gopikas, and Andal’s
dream of her wedding to Krishna. The ballet incorporates verses
from Tirupallandu, Kannan Avathara Chirappu, Undhi Para, and Kuzhal
Udhar Chirappu.Music by S Rajeswari.
Kala Sadhanalaya, carnatic music is an integral part of learning.
R Shobana, student of Suguna Varadachary, conducts classes.
Vedic heritage teaching programme is the first attempt of its kind
to impart values and cultural education to children. Under the benevolent
guidance of Pooja Swami Dyananda Saraswathi, the Programme ahs been
designed by his disciples, Swamini Pramananda and Dr.Sundar Ramaswamy.