Vidyaaramabham Pooja held on 22nd October 2015 at Bharatakalanjali
Jayalakshmi Alwa's Sridevi Nrithya Kendra in association with Ministry
of Culture, New Delhi / Kannada & Culture, Bangalore presented
Nrityotsava 2015 and honoured The Dhananjayans with the award
"Natyakala Tapaswi". At: SDM College auditorium, Mangalore on October
25, 2015, 6.05pm.
SARADHI, Cultural Organisation & Art institute, Chennai bestowed
the title & honour BHARATAKALA SRESHTA at Bharateeya Vidya Bhavan
auditorium, Mylapore on 8th November, 6.00pm . They
received the award from Sri.M.K.Narayan, Former Governor of West
Bengal followed by Nritya Darashan, performance. Also seen in the
photos - Kala Sasikumar, the founder of Saradhi.
Gaana Sabha will be honouring The Dhananjayans with their annual Award
& Title NAATYA PADMAM during the annual Art festival inauguration
function at Sivagami Pethachi Auditorium, Mylapore, Chennai on December
3, 2015, 6.00pm.
ABHAI (Association of Bharatanatyam Artistes of India) honours the
Dhananjayans with NAATYA KALA NIDHI at Narada Gana Sabha, Chennai on
26th January 2016, 6pm.
TO ALL BHARATAKALANJALI ALUMNI SCHOOLS AROUND THE GLOBE: !!! THE YEAR 2018 !!!
BHARATAKALANJALI'S 50th ANNIVERSARY (GOLDEN JUBILEE) WILL COINCIDE WITH
THE 80TH YEAR OF NAATYAACHAARYA DHANANJAYAN AND 75th YEAR OF SHANTA
DHANANJAYAN. HOPE ALL BHARATAKALANJALI ALUMNI / ALUMNAE - STUDENTS OF THE
DHANANJAYANS - WILL COME TOGETHER TO MAKE THIS EVENT A GREAT ONE !!!
Let this news be spread to all, through each one's face book or emails or word of mouth.
YOUR VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS / IDEAS FOR THE CELEBRATION INVITED.
As a mark of Bharatakalanjali alumni / alumnae's commitments to art & culture of Bhaarat, change your schools' names from 'Dance school' to NAATYA academy or school.
Try to eliminate the word the 'dance' and instead propagate the word
"Naatya" as much as possible. This will make a great revolution as far
as our classical arts are concerned.
(Share this message with all your contacts)
THE DHANANJAYANS were given the award & honour GURUSRESHTA by the
Peravoor KALAMANDIR College of fine Arts (Kerala) during their annual
Nataraj Art Festival 2015 on 29th April.