Sri Sri Centre for Advanced Research in Bharatanatyam, located at Sri Sri University, is a dedicated centre for the research and study of Bharatanatyam, one of the most ancient and highly revered classical dance forms of India. The centre aims to promote and preserve this art form by providing a platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to engage in academic research, training, and innovation. The centre is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and resources, including a vast library and archival material, to support the research and study of Bharatanatyam.
The mission of Sri Sri Centre for Advanced Research in Bharatanatyam is to facilitate academic research and promote the preservation and growth of Bharatanatyam as an art form. The centre aims to foster collaboration between scholars, researchers, and practitioners, enabling the exchange of knowledge and innovation. Through its research and training programs, the centre seeks to create a new generation of Bharatanatyam scholars and practitioners who can carry this art form forward with creativity and authenticity.
The vision of Sri Sri Centre for Advanced Research in Bharatanatyam is to become a leading centre for the study and promotion of Bharatanatyam in India and around the world. The centre aims to be a hub of knowledge and innovation, where scholars, researchers, and practitioners can engage in interdisciplinary research and collaborate with other cultural institutions. The centre aspires to contribute to the preservation and promotion of India’s rich cultural heritage by fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of Bharatanatyam.