Shallu Jindal establishes Jindal Art Institute to promote various dance forms

Jindal Art Institute is a project of Shallu Jindal. The institute has been established with the aim of spreading artistic heritage of India and the world and to encourage holistic lifestyle as a way forward in this fast paced world.

Artists are performing during the launch of institute in New Delhi. CopyRight@IndiaCSRNetwork

NEW DELHI: Shallu Jindal, famous Kuchipudi dance artist and wife of JSPL’s Chairman Naveen Jindal has established Jindal Art Institute to discover the hidden beauty of the human soul through various arts forms with the help of best trainings and artists and  encourage holistic lifestyle as a way forward in this fast paced world.

The institute aims to spread far and wide rich artistic heritage of India and the world by exploring various dance forms.

Shallu Jindal Said, “JAI is a dream come true and it’s a salute to Indian and international artists. The institute will also collaborate with both Indian and international artists to unleash the potential of vast talent that the country has to offer.”

“Jindal Art Institute hopes to be a place that is instrumental in helping people achieve and unleash their hidden potential.”, she added.

“The institute will try and explore the strengths and exclusivity of every student be it young or adult and teach them to achieve perfection and excellence.” Jindal declares.

The dramatic and powerful evening witnessed exemplary performances in Classical vocal, Tabla, Piano, Kathak , Kuchipudi, Mohiniyattam, Odissi, Lyrical Contemporary, Zumba, Folk, Bollywood from exceptional talents.

Right to Left: Savitri Devi Jindal, Naveen Jindal and Shallu Jindal

The inaugural showcase of Jindal Art Institute began on Saturday with the lighting of the lamp by Savitri Jindal, Chairperson Emeritus, JSPL along with Shallu Jindal, Founder JAI and Naveen Jindal, Chairman, JSPL.

Padma Vibhushan and Rajya Sabha MP Raghunath Mahapatra was also present to grace the occasion.

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