The Tabla is the most popular of the Indian percussion rhythm instrument. It consists of two drums, the Bayan (big bass drum) and the Dayan and both are usually played together. Both the drums as a pair and a the Dayan on its own - as opposed to the Bayan are known as tabla. When playing, the two drums are placed on rings (Bira) which support them.

According to science learning music, and specifically the Tabla as it involves a synchronized usage of both the hands increases brain development in various regions, including the corpus callosum, motor and auditory cortexes of both brain hemispheres. It aids in kinesthetic development and coordination.


Hindustani Vocal

Hindustani classical music is a blend of religious, spiritual, folk & cultural expression drawing from the folk and regional songs of North India. It is based upon ragas and taals designed to affect different "chakras" (energy centers) in the path of the "Kundalini".

Main vocal traditions are Dhrupad, pure and austere, and Khayal, with romantic content and elaborate ornamentation. Light-classical varieties include Dadra, Thumri, Hori, Sawan and Chaiti.

Learning Hindustani classical music fosters discipline and practice sharpens attentiveness and concentration. A knowledge of ragas, sur & taal is required for learning, playing and mastering any musical instrument or an Indian Dance Form.



Kathak is an Indian classical dance form and has its origin in the practice of Kathakari (storytelling), stories communicated by the travelling bards (Kathakars) via music, dance and songs. The genre further developed during the Bhakti movement. The Kathakars would communicate through rhythmic foot movements, hand gestures, facial and eye expressions.

Kathak provides the body a complete fitness workout with creativity, grace and beauty. It helps you to learn, feel & express emotions and share them with an audience during a performance. A great tonic for the mind and soul.  Regular practice imparts a sense of well being in the mental, physical and transcendental planes.


Synthesizer/ Harmonium

A Synthesizer generates electric signals that are converted to sound. They may either imitate traditional musical instruments like Piano, Hammond organ, Flute, Guitar or natural sounds like ocean waves, etc.; or generate novel electronic timbres. Synthesizers are used in many genres of pop, heavy metal, dance music and rock. The keyboard/synth lends itself to all types of music around the world and is the backbone of most contemporary music compositions in India and worldwide.

Students learn to play the keyboards based both on Indian and Western music and have the option of taking their exams either from Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad or Trinity College of Music, London.



The Guitar is one of the most popular musical instruments. It is the foundation for various types of music like pop, rock, jazz, blues, country, and folk music. This versatility and ease of carrying make it the instrument of choice in most social gatherings and gives it a mass appeal (the rock-star feel)

We train students on the Acoustic Guitar. Students can train for exams and degree/ diploma certifications from either Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad or the Trinity College of Music, London.


Contemporary/ Bollywood Dance

Bollywood dance is the dance performed in Indian movies. ... The Bollywood dance style is a beautiful blend of all Indian dance styles be it classical Indian dance, folk Indian dance or the more current R&B, hip hop music. People love the flexibility that Bollywood dances provide.

Many actors and actresses have contributed to this rich, continuously evolving and aggregate dance form, including Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Govinda, Prabhu Deva, Aishwarya Rai, Malaika Arora, Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone to name a few.

Our students learn to Dance on Contemporary Bollywood Music.


Our Methodology

There is a well defined syllabus prescribed. To motivate and encourage our students to learn and become performers, we arrange for stage performances annually. This imparts confidence and stage performance skills to our students.