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Fine Arts At

Punitha Ohm

Fine Arts At punitha Ohm


We teach different styles of dance such as western and Bharathanatiyam , as well as modules on dance history, choreography, and dance fitness. Dance modules are incorporated into extracurricular activities Bharatanatyam is a classical dance form that originated in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Our Bharatanatyam curriculum has the following modules: Adavus: Basic dance steps and movements that form the foundation of the dance form. Jathis: Complex rhythmic patterns that are performed using adavus. Varnams: A type of dance composition that includes a combination of adavus, jathis, and abhinaya (facial expressions and hand gestures). Padams and Javalis: A type of dance composition that focuses on expressing emotions and stories through dance. Sabdams: A type of dance composition that is performed to a song and focuses on expressing the lyrics through dance. Tillanas: A type of dance composition that is typically performed at the end of a Bharatanatyam performance and focuses on fast-paced footwork and complex rhythms. Nattuvangam: The art of accompanying Bharatanatyam dance with the use of percussion instruments such as the mridangam and the ghatam. Abhinaya: The art of expressing emotions and telling stories through facial expressions and hand gestures. History and culture: The history and cultural significance of Bharatanatyam, including its origins, development, and the role it plays in contemporary Indian society. Repertoire: Study of different traditional and contemporary repertoire of Bharatanatyam. Choreography : Study of the art of creating and putting together a dance performance. Performance: Opportunities to perform in various settings, such as recitals, dance festivals, and stage performances.

Arts And Craft

Art and craft education help students develop creativity, problem-solving skills, self-expression, and fine motor skills. Additionally it can provide an outlet for students to relax and de-stress, and can also be used as a tool for teaching other subjects, such as history or social studies. art and craft curriculum: 1.Drawing and painting techniques, such as color theory, composition, and perspective Sculpture 2. 3-dimensional design, including working with different materials such as clay, papier-mâché, and wire 3.Printmaking, including relief printing, screen printing, and lithography 4. Textile arts, such as knitting, embroidery, and quilting 5. Ceramics and pottery, including hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques 6.Photography, digital art, and animation Additional components includes: Art history and appreciation, which help students understand the context and significance of different art movements and styles Art criticism and aesthetics, which help students develop the ability to analyze and evaluate art Art production and the use of various tools and mediums


Children who succed on an instrument also do better in school
We have qualified and experienced music teacher who is patient, encouraging, and can make learning an instrument fun and engaging for the child.
Vocal music : carnatic sangeetham
Instrumental :
• Piano
• Drums
• Guitar
• Violin

Parents can choose an instrument that aligns with the child’s interests and personality.
Children who are naturally curious and enjoy experimenting with sound and music might enjoy learning percussion instruments -drums

 while those who are more quiet, intelligent and enjoy solitary activities might enjoy learning the piano.
Those who are self contained and acquistive might enjoy learning guitar
Those who are quietly behaved children neither solitary nor gregarious might enjoy playing violin


Yoga is a practice that combines physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to improve overall health and well-being. Some potential benefits of yoga : Improved physical fitness: Yoga postures can help increase strength, flexibility, and balance, which can improve overall physical health. Reduced stress: Yoga’s focus on breathing and meditation can help students relax and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. Improved focus and concentration: Yoga’s focus on the present moment can help students pay attention and focus in class. Increased self-awareness: Yoga can help students develop a better understanding of their own thoughts and emotions, which can lead to greater self-awareness and self-regulation. Improved social-emotional learning: Yoga can help students develop empathy, compassion, and other social-emotional skills. Improved behavior and attention: Yoga can help children develop better behavior and attention, which can benefit them in school and other activities. Improved breathing and respiratory function: Yoga breathing exercises can help children improve their breathing and respiratory function, which can benefit their overall health. Improved sleep: Yoga can help children relax and get a better sleep Overall yoga have a positive impact on students’ physical and mental health, and can help them develop important skills that can benefit them both in and out of the classroom.


Mantras, or short phrases that are repeated to focus the mind, can be beneficial for
children in school in several ways:

Stress reduction: Repeating a mantra can help children relax and reduce stress, which can improve their overall well-being and ability to focus in school.

Improved concentration: Using a mantra can help children focus on their studies and improve their concentration.

Increased self-awareness: Repeating a mantra can help children develop a greater sense of self-awareness and mindfulness, which can improve their emotional regulation and ability to handle difficult situations.

Encourage positive thinking: Mantra can be used as a tool to help children develop a positive mindset, which can lead to better performance in school and in life.

Enhancing memory: Some mantras can be used to help children remember important information, such as facts or formulas for math or science.

Spiritual Classes

Spiritual courses include the study of different religions, meditation, and ethics. These courses can help students develop a sense of purpose and meaning, improve their mental and emotional well-being, and build stronger connections with their peers and community.