In step with tradition…ahead of their times

The Family of Artistes

SANJAY.C.P (Sanjay Dhananjayan)

A worthy son of a worthy parentage is the elder son of the Dhananjayans. An Electronic Engineer with distinction and a Post graduate M.S Degree in CIM program from the Rochester Institute of Technology, R.I.T Rochester, NY with distinction, he is a sensitive musician, both in Carnatic vocal and Mridangam.

Sanjay along with a few African and American drummers/musicians has an ensemble group in Indianapolis, US giving regular performances, outside his Management career in Computer Technology.


A worthy son of a worthy parentage, Satyajit is the second son of the Dhananjayans. A male dancer par excellence, Satyajit also handles Vocal, Violin and Tabla. He has combined all these in his visual communication career as an excellent photographer. His passion for photography from a young age was inspired by late Siddharth Buch, and later, was further developed under the guidance of photo-genius Iqbal Mohammed. Satyajit has opted to be a professional photographer. His advertising photography for different commercial products are already making a mark in the field, as did his performances in the dance and music field. Satyajit is married to Anupama, a fine Bharatanaatyam dancer from the portals of Bharatakalanjali, who employs her dance and histrionic talents in helping special children at RASA - an organization dedicated to the divine cause for special children.

DIVYA RAMACHANDRAN nee Shiva Sunder is the daughter of V.P.Ramachandran, a well known stage actor, director and producer of Television series, etc. - younger brother of Dhananjayan. She is a brilliant Bharatanaatyam dancer who is in the faculty of Bharatakalanjali as teacher and performer. She had the privilege of growing up in the house hold of the Dhananjayans ever since she started walking. Having spent almost 20 years in Bharatakalanjali, she holds a prominent position among the best dancers of Bharatakalanjali.

SEETHA SASIDHARAN, a first class diploma holder in Bharatanaatyam from Kalakshetra, Chennai is an accomplished dancer, teacher who heads the dance department at Bhaaskara. She is the niece of the Dhananjayans (elder brother V.P.Venugopalan’s daughter). Seetha has established herself as one of the leading dancers in Kerala with a lot performances and students to her credit.