Of empathy and aesthetics

  • | Thursday | 12th October, 2017

Aikyam Foundation partnered with Morgan Adams Foundation, a non-profit organisation committed to raising awareness and funds to combat DIPG. Sulakshana collaborated with Carnatic and Hindustani musicians, Bharatanatyam, Odissi and Kathak dancers and also Classical Harp musicians and Irish Step dancers to present Aikyam 2016 in Denver last year. The event was a mosaic of Bharatanatyam, Carnatic and Western classical music and Japanese Taiko drums. This year she curated a mega fundraiser, Aikyam 2017, which was presented on September 17, at the D.L. Working with zealThe positive response and cooperation she has received for her initiative, has reinforced Sulakshana’s zeal to work for a cause.

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