Natya Tarangini presents
Parampara Series
At Kamani Auditorium, 7pm
August 10 - 12, 2018 New Delhi

July 14, 2018

Natya Tarangini - Raja Radha Reddy Centre for Performing Arts presents the 22nd edition of Parampara Series, The National Festival of Music and Dance.

Dates: 10th - 12th August 2018
Time: 7 pm to 10 pm
Venue: Kamani Auditorium, 1 Copernicus Marg, New Delhi

Taking forward the annual ritual of organizing the 'Parampara Series', Natya Tarangini and Dr(s). Raja - Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy are showcasing the Parampara Series from 10th to 12th of August 2018 at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi from 7pm to 10pm. The festival will represent some of the most successful dance productions of recent times in addition to the musical concerts by legendary artists. As has been the tradition, the audience of Parampara Series will witness two concerts every evening - Dance and Music.

10th Aug
Raja Radha Reddy & troupe
Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt & Manganiyars

11th Aug
The Dhananjayans
Abhishek Raghuram

12th Aug
Uma Dogra & troupe
Pt.Rajan & Pt. Sajan Misra


Drs. Raja and Radha Reddy, the renowned Kuchipudi dancing couple, dedicated their life to take the pride of Telugu land onto the cultural map of the world. Raja - Radha Reddy's sensibilities of choreography and presentation are unparalleled. They have brought a modern sensibility to the age old art of Kuchipudi without sacrificing its traditional grammar.


Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt with Manganiar group
Pt Vishwa Mohan Bhatt is one of the few greatest musicians of our times who have contributed immensely to popularize Indian classical music all across the globe. His contribution is more significant as he has created a new instrument Mohan-Veena having the elements of 'gayaki' and 'tantrakari' making it unique.


The Dhananjayans (Shanta and Dhananjayan) are international celebrities with almost six decades in the field of performing arts of Bharat. With innumerable performances to their credit, covering a global spectrum, this made for each other couple is a beacon light icon for generations to come.  Immaculate communicators through their exemplary performances all over the world, they bring credit to the nation by propagation and preservation of the art and culture of Bharat.


Abhishek Raghuram is one of the most sought after Carnatic vocalists with his two decades of performing experience. With his virtuosity and aesthetics, he has created a new genre in his field of music that according to the critics is food for the intellect, mind and soul.


Uma Dogra is a Kathak exponent contributing to the field of dance for the past 45 years as performer, teacher, choreographer and author. Besides many prestigious awards, she has also been conferred with Honorary member of Min-on Concert Association, Japan, for spreading peace and happiness through dance.


Pt Rajan Misra & Pt Sajan Misra, the inimitable duo of Indian classical music, do not need any introduction for the Indian music lovers. Their music takes you from the tangible earthiness of Banaras, to the intangible grandeur of the ragas. Their mellifluous voice conveys the aesthetics of music in a lucid earthy manner, combined with masterly command over the techniques. They are among the topmost Indian classical vocalists today, with a distinguished lineage.

Natya Tarangini
The Parampara Series was launched by Natya Tarangini keeping in mind the necessity to bring the common masses closer to the Indian traditions and culture and to ensure that the rich Indian heritage is preserved for generations to come. Natya Tarangini has been successfully spreading quality art among its audience through its annually organised National Festival of Music and Dance titled 'Parampara'. Under this series, Natya Tarangini has presented various stalwarts but its endeavour is not restricted to bridge the gap between the legendary artists and audience but also to give platform to the young talents who are trying to make their foothold in the world of art and culture.

The Parampara Festival has featured legendary artists such as Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Dr. Balamuralikrishna, Pt. Shivkumar Sharma, Pt Birju Maharaj, Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra, Vyjayanthimala Bali, Kishori Amonkar, Mrinalini Sarabhai, Astad Deboo, Shubha Mudgal and many more. For over two decades thousands of people have witnessed the magnificent art of nearly a hundred artists. Right from selection of artists, to the timely and aesthetic execution of performances, Natya Tarangini has established itself as a premier organization capable of presenting performances of national and international scale and repute. Today, Natya Tarangini has a formidable reputation as one of the key cultural players in New Delhi.

Living upto the reputation of the Institute, Natya Tarangini commenced yet another series of their Annual Festival, 'Maha Shivaratri' since the past two years, with an objective to bring all the artists under one roof to worship Lord Shiva through their music and dance. This festival promotes and gives a platform to the young and upcoming exponents of music and dance and has featured artists like Ashwini Bhide, Dr. K. Vageesh, Malini Awasthi , O.S. Arun, Rajendra Gangani, Gundecha Brothers, Bhavana Reddy - to name a few.

Natya Tarangini also promotes other art forms through its Art Gallery 'Nandjeet Khemka Art Gallery' wherein the paintings / sculptures of various artists are displayed. Apart from this, Natya Tarangini is actively involved in conducting education workshops and seminars.

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