The assault of women is the compulsive truth of history from the mythological time which floats in the same pace. Sometimes, she becomes the fate in the game of dice, while sometimes she has to give trails through fire to prove her virginity.  In that fire, thousand of women of chittore moved forward for self immolation. From the ancient time numerous women became prey in the hands of religion,state. Roop Kanwar sleeps in ChittaKath. Women is nothing but a consumer in the hands of men. And her death is also will of them. Still she emerges as the immortal daughter of Fire.

NARRATION : Poulomi Chaterjee
SCRIPT : Ratan Kr. Das
COSTUME : Jalsa Chandra,
COSTUME GRAPHICS : Arunima Mukherjee
VEDIC MANTRA SCRIPTING : Dharmendra Singh Katha
LIGHT : Ashok Adhikari, Satyajit Adhikari
VOCAL : Shatadru Kabir, SITAR : Koushik Kanti Bhattacharya
SARENGI : Bejoy Misra, FLUTE : Soumayajyoti Ghosh
TABLA : Biplab Bandopadhay, FEMALE VOCAL : Kaushiki Bhattacharya
STUDIO : Hamswadhwani Studio
RECORDIST : Dishari Chakraborty and Rabindranath Majhi
SET : Rajesh Karmakar


The source of all colors is white, as the source of life is the sun. The sun symbolizes life, power, strength, energy, force, clarity and self. The embodiment of all  manifestation of the whole is depicted trough white. From white color, seven colors of rainbow arises. Seven choreographic in Bharatnatyam and Kathak depicts the seven colors of rainbow.

  • Duration : 30min
  • Concept & Choreography : Jalsa Chandra
  • Music : Sunanda Mukherjee

SWADESH (2015)

Deep self respect is the roots of Patriotism Patriotism is chaste, pure as the fire . It burns but purifies….human life is the source of infinite energy. When humanism leads man to this path of energy that is his redemption.

This production helps us relive the past the times when thousands and thousands of life were sacrificed undauntingly, to free our mother land from the shackles of British rule. The song and poems of Tagore help us once again to dive deep into our roots, to remove all darkness, all sadness, of our present and flow in the proud waves of our past. This self realization, makes us join hands and sing aloud. ……..

  1. Duration : 30 Mins
  2. Style : Bharatanatyam
  3. Concept & Choreography : Jalsa Chandra.


Kazi Nazrul Islam was born in 1316, 11 Jaistho. He loved his motherland and protected against her insult. The production cities various episodes of his life, influences of his protests against the British rule and comprises of very strong , heart touching and piercing songs which moved one and all and triggered our countrymen to voice their protest against the English regiment.

  • Duration : 30 min
  • Concept & Choreography : Jalsa Chandra


nritya1Tale of the princess of Manipur, from the Mahabharata, Marriage with Arjuna, birth of Babrubahana, bringing up the prince alone,coronation of the prince, battle of Kurushetra and win of the Pandavas, Ashwamedha yagna, Arjun being stopped by Babrubahana,and their fight and death of Arjuna, appearance of Ulupi and bringing back Arjuna to life, and finally story ends with Chitrangada refraining to return to Hastinapura with Arjuna instead choosing to remain alone as an independent woman.

  1. Duration : 50 min
  2. Story Line : Jayanta Mitra.
  3. Script : Ratan Kr Das.
  4. Music : Anindo Banerjee.
  5. Music Editing : SwapanBanerjee.
  6. Mridangam : R.Srinivasan.
  7. Concept & Choreography : JalsaChandra.

It is a innovative and interesting theme. The costume novel but appropriate,the choreography clever. Style used is Bhratanatyam and Thangka specially for the fight sequences.The gradual stages of growing up of Babrubahana birth,then in a cot, then playing with the queen, then playing hunting in the forest, then learning fight from the queen,and finally being coronated is beautifully portrayed. The jatis were choreographed well , the shadow sequence for Kurushetra was new, and finally the ending where the queen decides against traveling to Hastinapura as wished by Arjuna, kept the touch of modernity, integrity of today’s woman,which suited Chitrangada’s character. The music is a combination of Carnatic, Hindusthani instruments and in some places western instrument, to keep alive the theme and content in today’s world as well.


The beautification of the noble laureate, Rabindra Nath Tagore’s two favorite seasons Monsoon and Spring.

  • Duration : 30 min
  • Concept & Choreography : Jalsa Chandra

CHETON-ACHETON (Based on Rabindranath Tagore’s Taser Desh) (2011)

Our present generation is engrossed in a trance. We have created the civilization But running after this civilization, we have now become puppets in its hands, we have Cost our emotions, our inner consciousness. Thus the various characteristics of our mind like the subtle nuances – kindness, compassion are all Cost. We are in a world of pleasure, where we have become two dimensional technical objects. This idea has been drawn parallel to Rabindranath Tagore’s unique Dance Drama ‘Tasher Desh’. Like the cars of’ ‘Tasher Desh’ the present generation too is without emotions, feelings and life. In the dance drama the prince and his friend are the signs of life, here too two subtle emotions love and faith are too characters. They too try to touch the fine lost cords of human emotions tike the prince and his friend though the present day is shrouded in darkness, we wait for a ray of hope and believe that life will again emerge victorious tomorrow.

  1. Duration : 40 mins.
  2. Style : Bharatanatyam & mechanically presented Bharatanatyam.
  3. Concept & Choreography : JalsaChandra.
  4. Script : Ratan Kumar Das
  5. Music : Aninda Banerjee







A brilliant innovative piece presents the ‘Matriroopa’, the ‘Shaktiroopa’ and the ‘Buddhi roopa’ of Devi. The group choreography is in a classical set-up, an has an attractive music composition in a fusion style of Hindusthani & Carnatic. The presentation en-captures the various attributes & qualities of Goddesses Durga, Kali and Saraswati. This choreography has earned applause from a wide variety of audience.

  1. Duration : 45 mins.
  2. Style : Bharatnatayam and Kathak
  3. Concept & Choreography : Jalsa Chandra.


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A different choreography depicting the folk forms of Bengal, Bhadu, 599632_103428709799322_1966045658_nTasu, Chau, Bhatiali etc. en-wrapped around a short story where friends tired of the mundane life travel places to see the view of rural Bengal, the styles are also ornamented on a seasonal set – up where the flavour of the seasons in Bengal is en-captured in the dance pieces. This is a folk presentation of the institution.

  1. Duration : 50 mins.
  2. Members : 8 – 10
  3. Style : Different folk dance forms of Bengal.
  4. Concept & Choreography : Jalsa Chandra.

Bengal’s life and culture is linked to her own rural ways.This rural DSC_2416 - Copycult,literature,culture helps us reopen our long closed hearts.Baul,Bhatiali,Kirtan…help us delve deep into the roots of Bengal.

The village life of Bengal portrays a wide landscape of festivals and celebrations.Bhadu parab, Makar parab are examples of times when villagers get together and enjoy the simple gifts of Nature.The woman folk decorate themselves with nose rings,anklets and various simple ornaments and dance together to express their joy.

The different songs are meant for people of different professions in the society..The farmer holds his plough once again with strong hands,the fisherman rows his boat with a braver heart,the baul pleads to the Lord with sincerest emotions.

NADI (2007)

gallery15The flow of life the journey of a river from its source to the seas as parallel to the path of life of man.

  1. Duration: 45 Minutes.
  2. Songs : Contemporary
  3. Style : Classical based
  4. Members :7