We have three main aims:
1.To uplift the Classical arts of dance and music in India by mass training and presentations.
2.To educate children from the poorer sections of society with a good Standard English education, good nutrition, computer learning and culture at a minimum cost.
3.To conduct research on the beneficial and therapeutic effects of Indian Classical dances on the development of he body of the earner and spread this awareness through media and lecture demonstrations.
For the achievement of the above purpose, SUNAINA has 3 branches- the cultural wing, Nrityabharati. In Nrityabharati affiliated to the Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidhyala Mandal -Miraj, Guru Smt. Kanaka Sudhakar & all the teachers have trained hundreds of students to perfect the art form of Bharatanatyam along with classical music & folk dances as compulsory subjects.
BMSCAC-the educational wing, under the guidance and Directorship of Guru Kanaka Sudhakar children from the very poor and lower income group get modern education along with free training in classical dance, music, computers and fine arts. Stress is laid upon instilling knowledge about nature cure and naturally prepared food is distributed free of cost.
KALA KHOJ, the research wing in which research is being conducted on different beneficial aspects of Indian classical dances. Lecture demonstrations have been conducted so far in different organizations like the Sahitya Kala Parishad, IGNCA, IIC, India Habitat Centre, and many schools ad institutions.
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- 29th June 2013- Kalaarpanam, an evening of Bharatanatyam at Delhi Tamil Sangam, Rk Puram, New Delhi
- 27th July 2013- Arangetram of Arathy Nair and Aswathy Nair at Karnataka Sangha
- 24th August 2013- Arangetram of Dikshita Venkatesh at Sai International
- 14th September 2013- Arangetram of Rashi Choudhary at Islamic Cultural Centre, lodhi road, New Delhi
- 2nd October 2013- Nrityabharati celebrates Annual Dance Performance at Delhi Tamil Sangam.
- 20th October 2013- Arangetram of Ramya Kannan at Delhi Tamil Sangam.
- Nrityabharati opens classes for Odissi, Kathak and Tabla