Tantidhatri 2019

Tantidhatri is India’s first International Women’s Performing Arts Festival.This is the third edition of the festival and will take place in Kolkata from 15th till 20th of January 2019. Tantidhatri aims at being a space of engagement for artists, thinkers and groups that are committed to women’s work in the field of performing arts.

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Tantidhatri 2019

Tantidhatri is India’s first International Women’s Performing Arts Festival.This is the third edition of the festival and will take place in Kolkata from 15th till 20th of January 2019. Tantidhatri aims at being a space of engagement for artists, thinkers and groups that are committed to women’s work in the field of performing arts.

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Featured Events

Featured Events

Parvathy Baul Performance – Tantidhatri 2019

15 Jan / Kolkata, West Bengal, India

This presentation offers an unique synthesis of two different artistic dimensions: she show a gradual emergence of Álpaná motifs accompanying the Baul songs which express myraid hues of emotions with central essence as longing for the Divine.

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Parvathy Baul Performance – Tantidhatri 2019

15 Jan / Kolkata, West Bengal, India

This presentation offers an unique synthesis of two different artistic dimensions: she show a gradual emergence of Álpaná motifs accompanying the Baul songs which express myraid hues of emotions with central essence as longing for the Divine.

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Our Vision

Creating a Forum

Providing a forum and audience for the presentation of various forms of South Asian arts in the San Francisco Bay Area and North America

Events & Workshops

Conducting workshops, retreats, collaborative performances and publications for research transmitting and furthering the cultural heritage of South Asia

Financial Support

Providing specific performing artists from a wide variety of arts in South Asia and the U.S.A. with financial support for specific projects worldwide

Partnerships

Aligning and partnering with similar organizations in the U.S.A. and South Asia on specific projects related to the arts and culture of South Asia

Partnerships

Aligning and partnering with similar organizations in the U.S.A. and South Asia on specific projects related to the arts and culture of South Asia

Supporting

Supporting specific not-for-profit projects related to but not limited to women’s and children’s issues in all countries of South Asia

Sponsors

Serving sponsors by offering a balanced slate of cultural forums, artists and entertainment

Creating a Forum

Creating a Forum

Providing a forum and audience for the presentation of various forms of South Asian arts in the San Francisco Bay Area and North America

Events & Workshops

Events & Workshops

Conducting workshops, retreats, collaborative performances and publications for research transmitting and furthering the cultural heritage of South Asia

Financial Support

Financial Support

Providing specific performing artists from a wide variety of arts in South Asia and the U.S.A. with financial support for specific projects worldwide

Partnerships

Partnerships

Aligning and partnering with similar organizations in the U.S.A. and South Asia on specific projects related to the arts and culture of South Asia

Supporting

Supporting

Supporting specific not-for-profit projects related to but not limited to women’s and children’s issues in all countries of South Asia

Sponsors

Sponsors

Serving sponsors by offering a balanced slate of cultural forums, artists and entertainment

Projects

Sanatan Siddhashram

The Sanatan Siddhashram project in Santiniketan (led by Parvathy Baul) is one of the primary supported projects of SACSA which promotes instruction to all in the music/dance/art of an indigenous folk and spiritual traditions of Bengal. Parvathy Baul is a singer and spiritual teacher in the Baul tradition from Bengal, India. The Baul path combines traditional yoga, song and music, reverence for the feminine, and a fierce opposition to the caste system. Parvathy is renowned for both her extraordinary performances and her profound understanding of the spiritual path. She is the lineage holder of the revered singer-guru Sri Sanatan Das Thakur Baul. She is committed to providing new opportunities to women in India and around the world to engage in spiritual and creative practice.

 

You can read more about Parvathy Baul on www.parvathybaul.com. To know more about the events and work going on in India you can visit www.ekatharakalari.org.

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Sanatan Siddhashram

The Sanatan Siddhashram project in Santiniketan (led by Parvathy Baul) is one of the primary supported projects of SACSA which promotes instruction to all in the music/dance/art of an indigenous folk and spiritual traditions of Bengal. Parvathy Baul is a singer and spiritual teacher in the Baul tradition from Bengal, India. The Baul path combines traditional yoga, song and music, reverence for the feminine, and a fierce opposition to the caste system. Parvathy is renowned for both her extraordinary performances and her profound understanding of the spiritual path. She is the lineage holder of the revered singer-guru Sri Sanatan Das Thakur Baul. She is committed to providing new opportunities to women in India and around the world to engage in spiritual and creative practice.

 

You can read more about Parvathy Baul on www.parvathybaul.com. To know more about the events and work going on in India you can visit www.ekatharakalari.org.

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Tantidhatri 2019

Tantidhatri is India’s first International Women’s Performing Arts Festival.This is the third edition of the festival and will take place in Kolkata from 15th till 20th of January 2019. Tantidhatri aims at being a space of engagement for artists, thinkers and groups that are committed to women’s work in the field of performing arts.

The festival will donate its surplus amount for education of girl children in India. Although physically it is a five day event filled with performances, critiques, talks and interactions, the spirit of the Tantidhatri is universal and not bound by time or space. This year the theme is ‘Energy’ and through the festival, we will be channelizing all our efforts towards the positive flow of energy in all things physical and meta physical.

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Tantidhatri 2019

Tantidhatri is India’s first International Women’s Performing Arts Festival.This is the third edition of the festival and will take place in Kolkata from 15th till 20th of January 2019. Tantidhatri aims at being a space of engagement for artists, thinkers and groups that are committed to women’s work in the field of performing arts.

The festival will donate its surplus amount for education of girl children in India. Although physically it is a five day event filled with performances, critiques, talks and interactions, the spirit of the Tantidhatri is universal and not bound by time or space. This year the theme is ‘Energy’ and through the festival, we will be channelizing all our efforts towards the positive flow of energy in all things physical and meta physical.

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Sanatan Siddhashram

Sanatan Siddhashram

The Sanatan Siddhashram project in Santiniketan (led by Parvathy Baul) is one of the primary supported projects of SACSA which promotes instruction to all in the music/dance/art of an indigenous folk and spiritual traditions of Bengal. Parvathy Baul is a singer and spiritual teacher in the Baul tradition from Bengal, India. The Baul path combines traditional yoga, song and music, reverence for the feminine, and a fierce opposition to the caste system. Parvathy is renowned for both her extraordinary performances and her profound understanding of the spiritual path. She is the lineage holder of the revered singer-guru Sri Sanatan Das Thakur Baul. She is committed to providing new opportunities to women in India and around the world to engage in spiritual and creative practice.

Know More Donate

Tantidhatri 2019

Tantidhatri 2019

Tantidhatri is India’s first International Women’s Performing Arts Festival.This is the third edition of the festival and will take place in Kolkata from 15th till 20th of January 2019. Tantidhatri aims at being a space of engagement for artists, thinkers and groups that are committed to women’s work in the field of performing arts.

The festival will donate its surplus amount for education of girl children in India. Although physically it is a five day event filled with performances, critiques, talks and interactions, the spirit of the Tantidhatri is universal and not bound by time or space. This year the theme is ‘Energy’ and through the festival, we will be channelizing all our efforts towards the positive flow of energy in all things physical and meta physical.

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