Guru Suba Parmar conducted the 99th arangetram (graduation) in 2019 and the 100th arangetram in 2021
US Presidential Scholar’s “Most Influential Teacher Award” for 2015 by the ObamaAdministration.
Balasaraswati Award of Excellence presented by Muthamizh Peravai, Chennai for her outstanding contribution to the excellence of Arts in the US.
Lifetime Achievement Award present by Spandana, NJ, for 25 years of artistic excellence in the US, 2018.
Distinguished teacher of Young Arts Fellow and Presidential Scholar for the Arts Awards for 2014 – 2016 – the students of Guru Suba Parmar earned these prestigious titles performing to her choreography.
Indian Raga’s distinguished teacher award for 2015 of Indian Raga Fellow.
“New Jersey Naatya Kalanidhi” award presented by Krishna Vrundavana Temple, 2015.s
“Nattiya Tharagai” – Star of Dance, presented by Government of Tamil Nadu, 1991
“Kalai Arasi” (Queen of Dance) - Holiness of Jeer Mutt, Srirangam Temple, 'RajaGopuram Inauguration', 1987
“Natya Ratna” (Jewel of Dance) - International Cultural Centre, Lalith Kala Academy, New Delhi, 1990s
Recipient of Union County “HEARTS Grant” for her contribution of Arts to the NJ community.
Outstanding Dance school award presented by Bridgewater Hindu Temple for the years 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011 & 2014.
Numerous 1st and 2nd Place prizes won at various competitions including Cleveland Aradhana, UMBC (Maryland), Bridgewater Hindu Temple, Zalak, NJNS, Saptami to name a few.
Guru Suba has traveled extensively across North America, Canada, South America, Europe and India and has given over 500 performances internationally.