Kalavarnam is a Delhi based registered society Founded in 1997 consisting of best of Artists from various fields such as music, dance, theater, etc. Kalavarnam has trained , promoted & performed with thousands of young artists within and outside India.

Kalavarnam has a very good experience in performing the best shows all over India & abroad Kala-Sangam, its sister concern in Paris, Kalavarnam has further taken the initiative to Show glimpses in the field of classical dance, art & culture also.

Kalavarnam has shown active participation in national and international art festivals And fairs like the world gypsy festival, where it acclaimed wide appreciation for its Performances. Participation in such festivals and fairs has helped Kalavarnam broaden Its horizons and given it an impetus in the field of performing dance & art.
Work Profile;-Different cords of Crown Media pvt. Ltd. have come from different fields and have contributed tremendously in Accomplishing the events like World Gypsy Festival, Dubai & Japan Shopping Festival, Elan’ a musical event with performances by Ustad Zakir Hussain & Kathak maestro Pt. Rajendra Gangani, Indo-Nepalese cultural exchange, event. Various national and International conferences. Indo-Mexican cultural Exchange event, Embassy Shows and film star concerts.

Review & Ratings

  • Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee

    Nepal and India have a rich artistic heritage that needs to be highlighted and appreciated by all of us. It is heartening to know that the young artists of Kalavarnam have organized this exhibition. (Sept 29th, 1999).

    Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee
    (Sept 29th, 1999)
  • Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi
    I am glad to note that Kalavarnam, a non-profit society based in Delhi has been nurturing and promoting valuable cultural tradition of India by conducting serial cultural activities. These programmes widely achieve their goals and propagate rich Indian values and ethos.
    Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi
    (March 4th, 2002)
  • Shri Girija Prasad Koirala, PM of Nepal
    Kalavarnam is indeed doing a commendable job, which would give an opportunity to artists of our two countries to learn from each other’s experience. Sharing experience enhances relationship and broadens the scope of friendship.
    Shri Girija Prasad Koirala, PM of Nepal
    (Dec 2nd, 1998)
  • Shri Krishna Prasad Bhattarai, former PM of Nepal
    I hope the exhibition demonstrates socio-cultural and developmental realities of the society and strengthen the friendly exchange of views between the artists of two countries.Let us know if we you want us to use our expertise in your events.
    Shri Krishna Prasad Bhattarai, former PM of Nepal
    (Aug. 18th, 1999)