The South Asian Times

22 August 2019 12:29 PM

Kulture Kool-Indian cultural center to celebrate 10th anniversary with grand show

Rutherford, NJ: Ever wished you could re-live your Indian childhood and introduce your kids to the multi-splendored wonders of Indian culture? Headquartered in Rutherford, NJ, Kulture Kool, an Indian cultural center dedicated to developing the creative potential in the performing arts for children and adults, announced their 10th  anniversary with an Indian odyssey, a grand cultural show on June 8 at Victoria Theater, NJPAC at 2 pm. The show, featuring more than 250 performers, will showcase music, dances and audiovisuals from the 28 states in India, taking the audience on a cultural odyssey across the country. 

Kulture Kool is on a mission to spread the joy and wisdom of India by sharing different aspects of the grandmother of all cultures with youngsters and
adults through performing arts and language education, community events, cultural outreach programs in schools, museums and libraries and enrichment workshops across the tri-state area. The school also offers the option to get certification from prestigious boards and institutes from USA and UK, for all Indian classical dance & music and western instrumental music programs. 

“Our goal is to simplify all aspects of Indian performing arts including classical and popular forms, making culture relevant, relatable and enjoyable to children’s life here in the USA. We have courses for children as well as adults in Hindustani Vocals, Carnatic Vocals, Tabla, Sitar, Piano, Guitar, Drums, Kathak, Bharata Natyam, Bollywood Dance, Theater & Voice to Language enrichment with an enviable roster of talented teachers,” said Archana Athalye the founder and director, who is very passionate about promoting cultural education through workshops and assemblies at schools, libraries and museums. "The more we understand culture and diversity, the more acceptance and tolerance children and youngsters learn. Cultural Education should be an integral part of school curriculums from elementary school. The mindset of cultural curiosity and tolerance will be essential for succeeding in our global economy,”she added. 

Update: 26 May, 2019