Natyanjali 2024

Sri Kuchipudi Natyalaya welcomes you to join us to witness our two day grand event ‘Natyanjali 2024’ where talent and compassion unite for bringing a positive change in the world through Kuchipudi “Dance for A Cause.” This year, we’ve partnered with Sewa International to support Nivedita Gurukulam — Sri Vijnana Vihara initiative — a school providing holistic education to girls. This initiative empowers young women and preserves India’s cultural heritage, impacting students and their families profoundly.

Let’s come together through dance and generosity at SKN’s Natyanjali 2024, where each step on stage signifies our commitment to positive change. Thank you for being a part of this meaningful endeavor, and together, let’s support our “Dance for A Cause”!

Saturday, June 1st. RSVP

Get ready to be swept away by the grace and beauty of Kuchipudi dance at our Annual Day! eye catching performances by our seniors, SKN tarang and group dances have prepared a mesmerizing showcase that captures the essence of this timeless art form. Join us for an evening of elegance and tradition as we bring to life the intricate footwork, expressive storytelling, and vibrant costumes that define Kuchipudi. It’s a celebration you won’t want to miss!

Sunday, June 2nd Buy Tickets

“Embark on a celestial journey with our Kuchipudi dance presentation, as we weave a dazzling tapestry of love, beauty, valor, and spiritual splendor. With every graceful gesture and precise step, the eternal tale of Sita and Rama’s sacred union comes alive in a vibrant swirl of color and rhythm. Be transported to a realm of spiritual enchantment by the poetic narration of Brahmashre Sri Samvedam Shanmukha Sharma Garu and Sri Krishna Vempati, accompanied by the musical choreography of Sri Vadali Phani Narayana and the artistic direction and choreography of Smt. Sailaja Chowdhary Tummala. This masterful blend of music, dance, and storytelling promises to captivate your senses and immerse you in the beauty of Kuchipudi dance. Join us to experience the sublime beauty of… Sri Sita Rama Kalyanam.”