It's basically not tourist spot. There are weekend dance classes conducted for children.
Place is built using stones and mud which is situated amidst of nature which gives pleasant experience. Good place to spend 2-3 hours not more than that.
No food is available near...更多
For years I had planned, plotted to visit Nrityagram but it kept slipping away. Finally I went with my friends who arranged the trip.
Getting away from the city is good, after 20 kms we were driving past villages, cultivation, small temples. You could smell...更多
We visited this place on a weekday and it was not that crowded. The drive through the village roads was simply amazing(coz of the greenery and the good roads). There is an Office near the entrance where we have to pay an entrance fee of...更多
I went to Nrityagram on a Sunday and loved it! I got to watch an adult dance class and the dancers were so talented! Being a dancer myself, it was a blissful experience to watch the dedication of these students and the teacher!
This place is magic. It's outside of the city, so you need a cab to get there (which is cheap in Bangalore). you get a glimpse of traditional Hindu dance practice, precise movements, I couldn't stop watching them, so dedicated and focused. restaurant is great...更多
Tranquil because it is away from the huzzle and buzzle of the big bad city. About 25 kms after a detour at Jalahalli on the Bengaluru - Mumbai highway. Good roads except for a few rough patches the place is easy to find with your...更多
This place I'ds perhaps the only place in India which has been set up on the lines of a true Gurukul - the students of classical dances who resides here with teachers are housed and live like a family . The village atmosphere and the...更多
I think this is the place where you can see some amazing odisi dance practice. The kind of professionalism is unmatchable. A must visit place for dance lovers and also can enjoy some nature and fresh air.
For shutter bugs as mentioned in other reviews...更多