Suba Parmar
About Shubanjali

Founded in 1992, Shubanjali aims to promote Indian classical performing art forms to bring people in contact with the creativity of Indian classical (Bharatnatyam) and folk dances of India along with traditional carnatic music and theatre (drama), thereby making the Indian art forms an important cultural force within the U.S. performing arts scene.  Shubanjali promotes the values of Indian culture, preserves ancient art forms and forges links among Indian, US and other cultures.  Shubanjali is not just a dance school, but also a well-conceived methodology, whereby, the unique curriculum allows the student to develop a thorough understanding of the art through the systematic study of technique, culture and representation of Indian classical music and dance to a global audience.  The organization serves both Indian and American communities.  It allows the younger generation Indo-Americans to be exposed to the rich culture and traditions of their homeland.  At the same time, it brings about a greater understanding of the Indian culture to the American audiences. 

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About Shubanjali

Suba Parmar originally from Chennai, India is a New Jersey based choreographer and dancer.  Suba has studied the vintage Pandanallur / Tanjore style of BharataNatyam (Classical dance of South India) known for its repertory grace and tradition at its finest.  She has been in the field for over 30 years, and has been acclaimed by critics and connoisseurs as an artist of superior caliber with meticulous performance in the field of Bharatanatyam.  This distinguished artist has imbibed the spirits of ancient art and manifests its grandeur thru' her lightning fast footwork, impressive expressions, impeccable gestures and flawless footwork. As a result of her commitment to this fine art, Suba is recognized as a pioneer in the arts community.Her creations reflect a wide range of artistic expressions ranging from traditional works to inter-cultural collaborations with artists of diverse cultures.

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