Kairali Kalakendram is a dance and entertainment organization, dedicated to teaching dance techniques, music, singing, drawing & painting to students of all ages. Our goal is to encourage our current and future generations to learn, respect, and admire rich cultures and art forms.
We are very grateful that every day we get to come to work and be around people pursuing their dreams. At Kairali Kalakendram our students are willing to do what it takes to make their careers as professional musicians, dancers, performers and artists.
So if you are one of the special ones willing to do the work we are here to help. We've put together a world-class faculty and modern facilities to help you become a professional artist.
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Asha Sharath- is a name that resonates with the saga of Indian Classical dance. Dance is a heritage bequeathed to Asha by none other than her legendary mother, Smt. Kalamandalam Sumathy. Having taken her first lessons in dance and music from her teacher –mother, Mrs Asha Sharath has been able to create her own space of pride expounding and experimenting innovative styles of dancing. She is now an outstanding dancer among the Contemporary young Indian Classical Dancers with many accolades to her credit. Awards and titles like the ‘Best Dancer of India 1992’ in the All India Varsity Youth Festival, the ‘Gold Medal for Artistic Excellence’ from the Maharaja of Banaras, India, the Kalaratna Swathy Thirunal Award 2006, the Kalathilakam title, the Akshaya Desiya Puraskaram , Kerala State’s Best Tele Actress Award, , Asianet’s Best Actress Award, Asia Vision’s Best Actress Award, Lohitadas Award (Best Actress), Adoorbhasi Foundation’s Best Actress Award, Kerala Film Audience Council’s Best Actress Award etc., have only enhanced the innovative skills of this dancer to make more valuable contributions to the Indian classical dance adding to the richness of the Indian cultural panorama. . Currently her depiction of the lead role in Asianet’s Tele serial “Kumkumapoovu” has made her a much awaited, much wanted member of every Keralite family. Recognition of her skills as an actress has fetch her movies like Friday, Karmayodha, Ardhanaari , Buddy & Zachariayude Garbhinikal making her transition from the mini screen to a much more wider silver screen more easier.
Asha Sharath is the founder of Kairali Kalakendram, an Institute dedicated to the cause of promoting Indian art, music and dance – a name that is synonymous with the Indian cultural heritage. The Institute had a humble beginning about 12 years ago in Al Ghusais, Dubai. Over these years it has grown considerably with a definite promise, now having branches in Karama, Discovery Gardens & Sharjah with a total strength of more than 3500 students.