The path to woman empowerment is often skewed, sceptic and not necessarily successful. Finding self-worth or Sarvam Shakti is a way to reach the grassroots levels in India; bring out OUR girls and take them places.
This takes a lot of creativity and the founder Sarvam Foundation Nehha Bhatnagar teaches the prestigious Indian dance form of Bharatnatyam to girls from underprivileged backgrounds with utmost passion and enthusiasm
Located in the community halls of Vasant Kunj, every weekend is bustling with shrieks of laughter that originates from the various slums of Delhi;
Ghungrus and feet thudding on the floor in a rhythmic manner.
What started out as a magnanimous effort by the founder Nehha Bhatnagar has spread its wings over international waters. The girls of Sarvam foundation have been a part of representing the ancient Indian art of Bharatnatyam in Poland over the last four years.
They have not only successfully adapted an age-old form of storytelling but have also learned over the years, the various art forms from all over the world through this opportunity.
The love for this art form that started with Nehha now stirs AMONGST many. Their learning is a mix of curiosity, playfulness and dedication.
Their performance is an amalgamation of skills, innocence and brilliance. Through the years, one generation of girls has been enriched by Nehha through stupendous skills; and the tradition is carried on by the younger lot for the future of Sarvam.