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Indian Classical Arts

  • Indian Classic Dance Immersion Workshop
  • Drum Immersion Workshop

Indian Classic Dance Immersion Workshop

November 25 – Dec 23, 2018
USD 800
Residents of India, contact us for special pricing
12 seats available


A perfect blend of yoga and 3 Rajasthani classical dance forms. Immerse yourself in a creative sadhana – a dance meditation in a desert ashram still embedded in the traditions of the 15 th century.

Inclusions

  • 100 Hours of dance theory and practical education from master teachers
  • 24 hours yoga instruction
  • Shared double room in main palace with adjoining or community bath, hot water
  • Tour of Nagaur Fort and Sachya Mataa temple
  • Transportation to/from Jodhpur and local attractions
  • 3 pure veg meals daily; 2 chai; Pure drinking water
  • Free laundry facilities
  • Vegetarian cooking class
  • Participation in all ashram spiritual events including 1 Fire Dance performance
  • Tour of the dessert dunes
  • Access to spiritual library
  • 2 final performances with photography and videography, local press coverage
  • Costume use

Extras

  • Ayurveda and yoga therapy services
  • Beverage bar: fresh juice, coffee, chai
  • Transportation to regional attractions
  • Overnight camel safari with dessert tent and Kaibalia performance

Meet the Teacher


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Krupal Sompura,

M.A. Performing Arts Kathak Dancer, choreographer, teacher “Daughter of Gujerat” 2nd place winner of National competition 2016 Dharohar [...read more.]

Curriculum


  • Origin and roots
  • Eras of Kathak

Kathak Dance
  • Basics
    • Tatkaar (4 types)
    • Mudras
    • Utpatti, Samapad, Samaputt
    • Chakras
  • Pirouettes – 7
  • Intermediate
    • Vilambit and Madhya Iaya
    • Natwari
    • Aamad
    • Chalan

About Kathak


ghungru Kathak is one of the oldest dance forms in India, with origins attributed to the traveling bards of ancient northern India, known as Kathakars or storytellers. Wandering Kathakas communicated stories from the great epics and ancient mythology through dance, songs and music. It emphasizes rhythmic foot movements, adorned with small bells (Ghungroo). The story is told through a vocabulary found in the gestures of arms, upper body, and facial expressions. The main focus of the dance becomes the feet and eyes, especially the eyebrows.

Meet the Teacher


Bharatanatyam

Pooja Nathawat,

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Bharatnatyam from Kala Kaven College of Fine Arts, Tamil University

About Bharatnatyam


Traditionally, Bharatanatyam has been a solo dance that was performed exclusively by women, and expressed Hindu religious themes and spiritual ideas, particularly of Shaivism. Its foundations can be traced to Sanskrit texts in ancient Tamil epics. It was a well refined performance art by the mid 1 st millennium C.E. It may be the oldest classical dance tradition in India.

Daily Schedule:
6:00 Yoga
7:30 Breakfast
8:30 – 10:30 Dance Practical
11:00-12:00 Karma Yoga
12:00 Lunch & rest
3:00 – 5:00 Dance Theory & Practical
7:00 Dinner
8:00 Puja & Sastsang
10:00 Lights out
Registration Pre-registration and deposit is required. Contact us at info@shrijasnathasan.org for any questions or to save your seat.

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Rajasthani Drumming Workshop

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December 1-14, 2018
USD 475
Residents of India, contact us for special pricing 11 seats available


A perfect blend of yoga and Rajasthani classical Nagara drumming instruction within a yogic environment. Immerse yourself in a creative sadhana – a drumming meditation in a desert ashram still embedded in the traditions of the 15th century.

Inclusions

  • 40 Hours of drumming theory and practical education from a master teacher
  • 24 hours of yoga instruction
  • Shared double room in main palace with adjoining or community bath, hot water
  • Tour of Nagaur Fort
  • Transportation to/from Jodhpur and local attractions
  • 3 pure veg meals daily; 2 chai; Pure drinking water
  • Free laundry facilities
  • Vegetarian cooking class
  • Participation in all ashram spiritual events including a Fire Dance performance
  • Tour of the dessert dunes
  • Access to spiritual library
  • Final performances with videography, local press coverage
  • Drum use

Extras

  • Ayurveda and yoga therapy services
  • Beverage bar: fresh juice, coffee, chai
  • Transportation to regional attractions
  • Overnight camel safari with dessert tent and Kaibalia dance performance

Meet the Teacher


Nathulal Solanki

The Master Drummer of Rajasthan .....[read more.]

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Nagara also called as kettledrum, holds a significant place amongst Rajasthan’s folk instruments. Nathulal Solanki, the maestro of this wonderful instrument, hails from prestigious the ‘Pushkar Sangeet Gharana’ and has many music commendations to his name. Born and brought up in a family of music lovers, he showed

prodigious ability of playing Nagara from his childhood. With the growing years, he mastered in Kuchamani Khayal and staged it all across the globe. Being louder than every other percussion instrument Nagara dominates the performance providing it with fascinating pauses. The beats of Nagara thrill the audience and the manipulation of the sticks with a dominant resonance sets the pace of the performance. The acclaimed artist has performed in different countries and with various legends of music spreading the culture and tradition of Rajasthan throughout the world. The marvelous Nagara player can also replicate classical beats of the Tabla on Nagara. For his contribution to the Rajasthani Music and art and taking it on the international platform, he has been lauded with many awards by various prominent personalities of the country.

The curriculum will be a mix of theory, culture, and practice. With a final performance for the community.

Daily Schedule:
6:00 Yoga
7:30 Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00 Practical
10:30-11:30 Karma Yoga
12:00 Lunch & rest
3:00 – 4:30 Theory & Practical
5:00 Yoga
7:00 Dinner
8:00 Puja & Sastsang
10:00 Lights out


Registration Pre-registration and deposit is required. Contact us at info@shrijasnathasan.org for any questions or to save your seat.


Events
Upcoming



Video

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