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Smt. PadmaKalyan life's mantra is always been NRUTYAM SAMARPAYAMI'. She developed the art of dance from childhood. She is born in an orthodox family and had a great interest in traditional dances. She was keen onto the great dance of Kuchipudi style.
After getting married and having 2 children she learned the Kuchipudi dance of style from the great gurus like.
Guru Sri Vedantam Sambaiah Garu
Guru Sri Vedantam JagannadhaSharma Garu
Guru Sri Pasumarthi Ramalinga Shastri Garu
Guru Sri Dr. Vempati Chinna Satyam Garu
Fame of Disciples...
For Smt. Kiranmai dancing has been in her blood from a very tender age. She has been under the guidance of her mother, Guru Smt. Padmakalyan (Founder of Anasuya Arts Academy) from the age of 4 itself. From her childhood, she has been giving dance performances on the stage and has shown a natural talent. Later she learned from Gurus Shri Pasumarti Ramlinga Shastry and Dr Shobanaidu, proud with her enviable achievements at an early age. Training under the above legendaries has added polish to her as an artiste and Kiran blossomed into a danseuse of an enlightened mind, cultured taste, refinement, and grace that bear on her style.
Lord if I dream, let it be to dance before you. To dance is my strength, my life, and my all. Let every step I take be in your praise.
ANASUYA ARTS ACADEMY' was renamed as SANCHALANA SCHOOL OF DANCE" 6 years ago and is running triumphantly with 16 branches and around 475 students
Being guided by her mother Smt. Padma garu from very tender age and trained by elite teachers in later stages of her learning, KiranMai garu has blossomed into an elegant traditional dancer with reverence
Under the guidance of Sanchalana School, many competent students proved their talent in eminent platforms with top-notch performances and have won many titles and awards
Our training programmes are aimed to make our students relish and be the best in divine dance forms. Our gruelling passion, novel experience, and adoration for dance is transformed to our students