"Nityaa Arts Centre was started by Ms.Shubhada Subramanyam with the objective of passing on the Classical Indian Art traditions in their most pristine forms"
The aim of the centre is to impart knowledge in Indian Classical dance of Bharatanatyam and related arts with the intention of increasing community participation in multicultural Munich.
Under the guidance of Shubhada Subramanyam, who is a disciple of Dr.Vasundhara Doraswamy [Director of Vasundhara Performing Arts Centre, Mysore, www.vasundharadoraswamy.com] , Nityaa Arts Centre has been imparting classical dance education in Munich for children and adults. Nityaa Arts Centre also aims to conduct festivals and performances to promote and propagate the rich cultural heritage
Shubhada Subramanyam began learning Bharatanatyam at the age of 5 under the able guidance of Dr. Vasundhara Doraswamy.
With a continuous and regular practice,Shubhada successfully completed all levels – i.e Junior, Senior and Vidwat grade examinations conducted by the Government of Karnataka, India.
Shubhada is also a scholarship recipient of the Government of Karnataka. Shubhada, who has been associated with her guru and dance for over 30 years, has been performing since childhood and has participated in various dance festivals throughout India. She has also participated in various dance dramas choreographed by her teacher.
Shubhada believes that it is not only the dance, but also many other qualities such as dedication, determination, punctuality, sincerity and the attitude itself have influenced and shaped her through the long-term association with her teacher.
Shubhada hopes to follow her teacher's footsteps and achieve the standards she sets. Shubhada practices and teaches the "Vasundhara Bani" style of Bharatanatyam, which is an evolution happened over five decades, and passed on to three generation of dancers worldwide.It has its roots in the "Pandanallur Bani".