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Dance Workshop in Mumbai with Rahul and Saalar
Dance Workshop in Mumbai with Rahul and Saalar

Nrityasanskarr

A Guinness Book World record event, in which 2000+ cultural dance performers performing Bharatnatyam together, took place on 31st January 2015

Nrityasanskarr

Lavani Manvandana

A Guinness Book World record event, in which 573 artists performing Lavani together, took place on 31st January 2016


Lavani Manvandana

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Tapasyasiddhi Kala Accademy was found by Miss Sanyogeeta and her mother Mrs. Shobha Patil three years back with only aim to do things which would help not just Indian Classical world to survive but to spread in the areas where it hardly exists. Miss. Sanyogeeta Patil is honored with "Nritya Chandrika","Nritya Tapaswini","Nritya Saraswati". In today’s westernized India, India classical dance forms and music are not less than as Oasis in desert where for parents practically it has become difficult to teach kids our original culture and importance of it which has been one of best in the civilized world. As German Guru-Bhakti-Ratna Kumari Somashekhari says on her website says, "Indian Classical Dance and Music should always be a part of our school-activities. This Art is not only the quintessence of Sweetness, Beauty and Power of our eternal Culture, but it is also a prayer and meditation, attracting divine Blessings, happiness and peace of mind". In order to do that Tapasyasiddhi has already achieved two Guinness World Records, The Largest Bharatnatyam Dance and The Largest Lavani Dance. Both these events are known as "Nrityasanskar" and Lavani Manvandana respectively. Nrityasanskar was achieved on 10th January 2015 where there were 2100 participants and Lavani Manvandana was achieved on 31st January 2016 with 576 participants, both in Kolhapur. Dance form Lavani belongs to Maharashtra especially its roots go deep in culture around Kolhapur. It’s folk dance. Bharatnatyam is not strange anymore to Kolhapur, thanks to our President Miss Sanyogeeta Patil who has been working very hard towards spreading Bharatnatyam to every nook and corner of Kolhapur. She has performed Bharatnatyam Nonstop 13 hours in year 2004 and again for unbelievable 66 hours in 2008 as per Guinness guidelines. Outcome of her continued efforts can be seen from popularity of Bharatnatyam in Kolhapur and places around it.

Miss Sanyogeeta started teaching Bharatnatyam 11 years back under banner "Shivalaya Nritya Mandir". She herself has been trained well, has done lot of studies. She is also Diploma holder in Kathak.

Since Miss Sanyogeeta has good knowledge of multiple dance form, it was decided to start an academy to teach other dance forms, classical music and instrument as well along with Bharatnatyam since as said earlier, to live a blissful life in today’s hectic world, it is important for people especially younger generation importance of roots of our Indian culture. Bharatnatyam classes are being held at various location and classes of other forms will start soon. Once again welcome to the world of Indian Classical Dance, Music and Instruments. Do visit other tabs to know more about us...Thanks for your visit..