“Naatya Vishaarada”Guru Smt. Sakthi Kishore

Dip. Bharathanatyam Gold Medalist, B.A.

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Smt. Sakthi Kishore born and raised in Malaysia. She found interest in dancing when she was four years old. She was trained by Smt.Jayaletchumi (disciple of Adayar K. Lakshmanan) she had her Arrangetrram guided by Smt. Jayaletchumi at the age of ten. She came to India to continue her studies in Bharathanatyam at Tamilnadu Music and Fine Arts University in 2000.

Smt. Sakthi Kishore, disciple of Guru Chandra Padmashri K.N. Dhandayudhapani Pillai has indeed emerged as a creative exponent of the ancient art form Bharathanatyam. Having graduated from Tamilnadu Music and Fine Arts University with a first class degree and Gold medal, she was conferred the title “Naatya Vishaarada” upon her.

Smt. Sakthi Kishore continues her training in Bharathanatyam with Smt. S. Divyasena at Divyanjali, Chennai. She also learns the dance form Kuchipudi at Kuchipudi Art Academy Padmanabhan Vempati China Satyam then continues under the able tutelage of Sri. Kishore Masalikanti at Divanjali. She has taken part in performances choreographed by her Guru staged at various concert platforms in India and Malaysia. She had performed almost more than 100 performances in Malaysia and India.

She is a founder – Director of “Sakthi Natyalaya” Dance and Music Academy functioning at Royapuram for the pass 8 years. She has groomed a number of young and talented artists. She also has a class in Malaysia conducted by her senior student. Her fourth Salangai Poojai is going to be held on 5th of May, 2017 at Raja Annamalai Mandram.