By Kanika Agarwal, Data Scientist & ShrotaHouse Parent Recently, my son Vedant had a memorable experience at the park. As we were walking around, he picked up some sticks and started tapping them together, creating a rhythm. As he played, he started singing swars of “Om Namah Shivay” that Miss Madhumita had taught him inContinue reading “Little Vedant Makes Music”
ShrotaHouse was one of the top 18 startups across Karnataka, chosen by The GAIN accelerator, which is supported by Startup Karanataka and K-Tech. Read on to learn about the program journey! “Women-owned businesses are in minority in India. The hurdles faced by women who have embraced entrepreneurship are vast and often different from those experiencedContinue reading “ShrotaHouse Among Top 3 Startups in The GAIN Accelerator, Karnataka”
Listen to Supreetha from ShrotaHouse share a sneak peek about what we have in store for you in Nov 2022, as part of our 2nd birthday celebrations! Many good things brewing! Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn
Veteran musician of India, Padma Vibushan Vid. Dr. Prabha Atre turns 90. Read her views on how important understanding and loving the Indian classical artforms is from a young age! “How to hear a song is an art and a separate study is necessary for it.” Vid. Dr. Prabha Atre, TOI Pune – Sep 2022
ShrotaHouse celebrates the auspicious occasion of Gurupurnima 2022 with tiny-tots, parents, musicians and music lovers!! The 3-part event was attended by over 30 participants and families across different cities in India and USA! A very small glimpse: The program was conducted in three parts and kids residing in various cities such as Kanpur, Pune, BangaloreContinue reading “Glimpse of Guru Purnima 2022 Celebrations!”
Amazing to see the enthusiasm of children and the musical love from artists under one roof!
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Madhumita shares a heartfelt note remembering a very powerful and memorable experience of watching live, Pt. Birju Maharaj ji’s Kathak performance. His passing has left a huge void in India.
This little 5 year old drew a sweet image of Devi Simhavahini during an online session and her mother shared this picture to her favorite Madhumita Ma’am! We are featuring some of the most beautiful bonds we build at ShrotaHouse through these series of blogs called #MusicalLove