About KathakDharohar

Kathak Dharohar was established in the year 2012 to create awareness about the cultural heritage of our country particularly about the Kathak form of dance amongst the common people, marginalized and deprived sections of the society and contribute in maintaining the originality of Kathak dance.

The society has crossed many a milestones in a brief period of four years. Several workshops were organized by the members of the Kathak Dharohar and noted Kathak Guru Shri Rajendra Kumar Gangani to train the children about the basics of Kathak dance. Children from slums, tribal areas; of leprosy patients, prostitutes; handicapped children, and from different quarters of the society participated in the workshops. These helped to realize the inherent talents and restore the self esteem of the children. In addition Kathak Dharohar has also provided children opportunities to demonstrate their dancing skills and talents.

The sustainable work of the society carried out thus far has strengthened the resolve of its members to spread the cultural connotations of our country far and wide and keep the lamp of Kathak dance and its traditions lighted eternally.

Performance for


  • Jay Chandi Tourism Festival

    (2007) December Parulia, West Bengal
  • Holi Festival

    (2008) Vrindavan
  • Vasundhara

    (2008) August Organized by Lead India Delhi
  • Lok Sanskriti Utsav

    (2008) December organized by E.Z.C.C Midnapur, West Bengal
  • Kulu Dushera Festival

    (2010) Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
  • Megha (The Cloud)

    (2013) January, Durgapur
  • Tourism Festival

    (2013) Purulia, West Bengal
  • Bardhman Utsav

    (2013) January
  • Holi Utsav

    (2013) March Nabdweep, West Bengal
  • Megha (The Cloud)

    (2013) May PSK at Delhi
  • Nritya Utsav

    (2013) May Mumbai

The aims and objectives of

this society are to:

  • Organize performances of Indian classical dances including Kathak dance and other traditional performing arts
  • Establish music and dance schools for imparting education regarding vocal, instrumental, classical music and the various dance forms with a focus on kathak dance
  • Provide inputs to organizations, government departments on their policy frame works regarding the various forms of arts
  • Conduct seminars, lectures and meetings pertaining to cultural and social issues that needs to be projected through the diverse performing arts
  • Impart training to and enhance skills of the upcoming artistes in the fields of dance, drama, music and other forms of arts
  • Develop a library for referral use pertaining to the various arts
  • Make available lecture halls and spaces for the organization of cultural activities and programs related to classical dances and other performing arts
  • Publish monthly/quarterly newsletters regarding the issues and development, and books on various themes pertaining to drama, songs, music and dance for the academic development of the disciplines of performing arts and also for creating awareness amongst the society
  • Promote social harmony in the society
  • Cooperate and have joint ventures with other societies having similar objects
  • Establish, manage, maintain and run educational, vocational and technical institutions anywhere in India in the urban, rural and backward areas and/or to provide financial assistance and other facilities to such institutions