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Ramana Sunritya Aalaya

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RASA- Ramana Sunritya Aaalya is an organization founded in 1989 by Dr.Ambika Kameshwar The relentless enthusiasm of Educators, Child Development Specialists, Psychologists, Counsellors, Visual and Performing Arts Specialists under the able leadership of Dr Ambika Kameshwar from 1989, has been able to strive hard to achieve Empowerment to all through Unifying Experience of Indian Theatre Art techniques which helps in fostering holistic development in individuals with mental and physical challenges. By Definition, and by nature, the Theatre Arts are inclusive and therefore foster Holistic Development without differentiation. They provide a space that breaks barriers of every kind, includ... read more

Projects (2)

Cultural education without disparity
India / Education
Project Leaders
RASA - India
RASA - India
ambika kameshwar
ambika kameshwar
Dr. Ambika Kameshwar, Dr. Vaishnavi Poorna
Organization Information
77/94, 1st floor Greenways Road, R.A.Puram
Chennai, 600 028
Organization Information
77/94, 1st floor Greenways Road, R.A.Puram
Chennai, 600 028

Project Reports

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Mar 11, 2022
Celebration of events and life skills
January 2022 to March 2022 Life skills training continued in the online mode, with the precautions taken from the Omicron Wave of the Corona Virus.  Event Based Learning: The story and...
Nov 15, 2021
Life Skills Training - April 2021 to November 2021
RASA’s work on empowerment through the theatre arts experience saw six more months of fruitful application from April till November 2021 . The structured classes for life skills training...
Jul 16, 2021
Life Skills Training - expansion
As India went  through the second wave of the pandemic and people started to quarantine in their homes to combat the spread of the virus, RASA used  Art as one way for everyone to keep their...
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