Rhythms at Infinity

In order that children from underprivileged backgrounds also experience the energy of the classical arts, Citsabha Collective organized their first concert – a classical percussion ensemble – TALAVADYA KUTCHERI to perform in the Greater Whitefield area. The event was sponsored by UKn PROPERTIES, which is not only a well-established property-development company, but also a corporate entity that is extremely encouraging about creating a culture-driven and culture-inclined atmosphere in Whitefield. The event was open to all residents of Whitefield area and was staged to a full house. Twenty government school children were also part of the august audience. 

The hour and a half event featuring Vidwans Sai Shiv Lakshmi Keshav (Mridangam), Rajkamal N (Flute), Raghunandan (Ghatam), Lakshminarayan (Morching),  Karthik Ravikumar (Konnakkol and Khanjira), Nagendraprasad (Tavil), Gopi Shravan (Drums and effects), Pranav Dath (Rhythm pads and effects) began at 5:30 PM and was at MIRAYA ROSE by UKn, Whitefield.


SAMAAGATI Fundraiser

“Samaagati” On the 7th of April 2022, the Inner Wheel Club of Bangalore, IT Corridor (IWCBITC) hosted its annual fundraiser in collaboration with Citsabha Collective to present SAMAAGATI – an Odissi-Kuchipudi jugalbandi. The proceeds went into furnishing a government school in Pattandur Agrahara Government Lower Primary School. The performance was sold out to eager patrons, members of the club, connoisseurs, and laymen alike.

We make what we love

There is an unfailing charm to traditional recitals. They tether us to a past, are throbbing constructs that reflect a time gone, and wise enough to guide anyone who seeks with an honest heart. The future is certainly bright under the gentle light of tradition.

new ideas

How long does a new idea remain new? 

new spirit

Deep roots. High boughs. An infinite sky.