Hamari Parampara is an initiative led by the University students to protect and celebrate those Indian traditional arts that are on the verge of extinction due to the impact of westernization. Whether it is ban of colonial government or the socio-economic impact, all proved to be a curse to local but sublime arts, culture and its various branches. If the traditional customs are not protected, then these forms will be extinct soon. Basically, this is an attempt to protect our forgotten identity, the original root of India.
Whether it is Vedas or Puranas, or even Natyashastra, Indian civilization has crossed a journey of thousands of years and still continuing. In these older documents, each form, either dance, music or drama, has been preserved for the coming generation. This is our sincere effort to make this platform a national traditional revolution for the rejuvenation arts, and to bring all of them under one roof. Like Mahatma Gandhi, who had ignited the minds of Indians for the achievement of freedom, the group will make a call to preserve the classical traditional culture.
(Founder & National President)
Hamari Parampara: Promoting traditional arts
Graduate from School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies