Bharatanatyam Classes for Children

Explore, Experience and Engage with Bharatanatyam at Gulmohar Days..!!!

We bring you a structured and well-designed course in the classical dance form of Bharatanatyam. Dance is an all encompassing art form, linked with music, literature, drawing-painting, sculpting and theatre.  The focus of this course is to teach Bharatanatyam dance technique along with an introduction to other fine arts. This course is designed in three phases. The course will be executed through practical and theory classes, combined with other art activities, demonstrations, watching dance films and watching live performances. Throughout this course students will have many opportunities to perform for their fellow students and parents. 
Classes will be held every Tuesday and Thursday. 
Batch 1: Ages 5 to 6.5  Time 4.00 pm to 5.pm
Batch 2: Ages 6.5 and above  Time 5.00 to 6.00 pm

A max no. of 12 children may be accommodated for each batch. 

We are proud to associate with excellent mentors who will take this programme forward at Gulmohar Days. We welcome Juee Deogaokar and Anubha Doshi on board our team. 
Juee has an all-rounded experience in the field of performing arts as a dancer, teacher and arts manager.  Her experience in other fine arts has groomed her into a proficient dancer and art connoisseur. Belonging to the rich tradition of Tanjavur School of Bharatanatyam, Juee has been able to capture the true spirit and essence of this distinct school of thought.   She has performed extensively all over India in many dance productions, festivals and corporate shows.

As a teacher, Juee has a long teaching experience of nine years and has taught at Kalavardhini Charitable Trust in Alibaug. In 2006 she started teaching Bharatanatyam at Krishnamurti Foundation’s Sahyadri School and continues to work for them

Along with her creative aptitude, Juee has developed strong managerial skills and works as an arts management consultant. She has handled management activities such as programming, fundraising, marketing and production for Parikrama Dance Festival, Pune in 2009. She has also worked in UK with dance and theatre companies as a fundraising consultant and outreach assistant.

Her academic credentials include B.A. and M.A. in Dance from Centre for Performing Arts, University of Pune and M.A. in Cultural Policy and Management from City University, London


Anubha Doshi is a Clinical Psychologist and Arts Based Therapist. A graduate in English Literature, LSR, Delhi, she subsequently earned her Master’s in Communication Management from Symbiosis.

With a strong base in Indian classical dances and performances in folk, she has been teaching dance since last 8 years. She has conducted dance therapy workshops for corporates’ and students in colleges like Fergusson, St. Miras, and many other schools in Delhi and Pune. As a child she authored a book and continues writing regularly for all the leading newspapers and magazines to promote art therapy.
 For more information on the course and to register please visit us or send us an email on gulmohardays@gmail.com