Programs

1. “Dialogue of cultures – integrated world”. The Program was staged in 2006 and devoted to the Day of Spiritual harmony.

2. “Literature basis for Indian classical dance”. The program was staged in 2007.

3. Series of festive concerts devoted to 15th Anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Republic of India and Republic of Kazakhstan. Halls of «Kamani Auditorium» and «Delhi Karnataka Sangha» (New Delhi). 2007, October.

4. Concert devoted to the Day of Senior citizens and Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. The Program was staged in 2007.

5. “Indian classical dance and martial arts of East”. The Program was staged in 2008.

6. Colourful performance devoted to celebration of 10th Anniversary of Astana – the Capital of Kazakhstan on 6th of July 2008.

7. Program : “10th Anniversary of Akmaral Kainazarova’s creative activity”, devoted to the Independence Day of Kazakhstan. December, 2008.

8. “Essays on India” by Mukhtar Auezov in dance feature of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” . The program was staged in 2009.

9. In December 2009 Akmaral’s perfomanse at the National Conference of Indian Society for Cultural Cooperation and Friendship in Chennai, India.

10. In August 2010 Bharatanatyam dance by Akmaral for celebration of Independence Day of India in Russian Cultural Centre in Chennai, India.

11. In November 2010 Akmaral’s program on Bharatanatyam and Kazakh Folk dances in Music Academy in Chennai, India.

12. In March 2011 program by Akmaral for International Student’s Summit, Chennai, India.

13. In May 2011 program by Akmaral for the Days of Culture of Kazakhstan in India in New Delhi.

14. In June 2011 concert by Akmaral for ICCR program in R. K. Swamy Hall in Chennai, India.

15. On 14th June 2011 Bharatanatyam performance by Akmaral at Sri Varasiddhi Vinayagar Temple in Chennai, India.

16. On November 18th, 2011 at “Kazakhconcert hall”, took place a concert of the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga”, Almaty- Kazakhstan», devoted to the 20 years of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Almaty city

17. On November 23d, 2011 in “Presidential Cultural Centre», took place a concert of the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga”, Almaty-Kazakhstan», devoted to the 20 years of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Astana city

18. On April 25th, 2012 at Kazakh State Zhambyl Philharmony took place a concert of the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga”, devoted to the International Dance Day; Almaty city. Concert represented by Embassy of India in Kazakhstan, UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office and the Kazakh State Zhambyl Philharmony

19. On May 18th, 2012 at the Central State museum took place the performance of the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” on the project «Night in a museum» – 2012»; Almaty city.

20. On May 23d, 2012 at Opera and Ballet House named after K. Baiseitova in Astana, the performance of Akmaral Kainazarova took place on Centenary celebration of Ms Shara Zhienkulova, Honored Artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the founder of Kazakh dance art in the country.

21. October 3th, 2012 Almaty. By the invitation of a management of the National library in Almaty performance of Akmaral Kainazarova has taken place at the Centenary celebration of Ms Shara Zhienkulova, the founder of Kazakh folk dance art in Kazakhstan.

22. November 8th, 2012 Almaty. The festive concert devoted to the Year of culture, was conducted with support of Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan and Department of culture in Kazakhconcert Hall.

23. November 10th , 2012 Astana. The project devoted to the Year of culture, carried out with support of Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan at the Kazakh State Academic opera and ballet house named after K.Baiseitova.

24. January 25th , 26th , 27th , 2013 Astana. A series of festive concerts, devoted to the Day of Republic of India.

25. April 6th, 2013 Almaty. Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan, Culture Department of Almaty, the Kazakh State philharmonic hall of Zhambyl and «Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” conducted the concert program with participation of the well known performer of the Indian classical dance Kathak from India Mr. Rajendra Gangani, Ms. Swati Sinha and “Centre for Indian classical dances, Almaty-Kazakhstan”, devoted to the International Dance Day.

26. April 9th and 10, 2013 Astana. Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan, the Eurasian National University, Nazarbayev University and “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” conducted the concert program with participation of the well known performer of the Indian classical dance Kathak from India Mr. Rajendra Gangani, Ms.Swati Sinha and “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan”, devoted to the International Dance Day.

27. By the invitation of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) in New Delhi Ms Akmaral Kainazarova and her students of the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” Lyazzat Polatbek and Rada Olmesekova conducted successful performance at the 4th International Dance & Music Festival on 14th October, 2013 at the prestigious Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi.

Diplomatic corps and representatives of the intellectuals of the capital of India attended the concert. Famous dance critics Mr. Sunil Kothari and Ms. Leela Venkataraman appreciated performance of Kazakhstany dancers in mass medias.

28. On October 16th, 2013 by the invitation of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi Ms Akmaral Kainazarova and students of the «Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan» Lyazzat Polatbek and Rada Olmesekova conducted Bharathanatyam performance in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh state at the International Folk Dance festival – Kullu Dussehra- 2013.

29. On April 6, 2014 Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan, the UNESCO Cluster Bureau in Almaty and the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” presented the Festive concert program “Guru-Shishya” with participation of the famous performer of the Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam from India Mr. P. T. Narendran and the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan”.

30. On April 9, 2014 Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan, a Hall Tilep Kobyz Saray in Astana and the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” conducted the colorful concert “Guru-Shishya”with participation of the famous performer of the Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam from India Mr. P. T. Narendran and the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan”, devoted to the International Dance Day .

In this unique “Guru-Shishya” project in Almaty and Astana audience enjoyed performance of the three generations of dancers: the Bharatanatyam performer and the choreographer Mr. P.T.Narendran, his student from “Kalakshetra” Akmaral Kainazarova and her students from the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan».

31. Following the results of economic ratings of the enterprises of the Republic of Kazakhstan 2012-2013, the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” among dance institutions of the Republic received silver and bronze of rating. This result is one of the best in the Republic. In this regard the following awards are given:
Commemorative Medal “LEADER of BRANCH 2014”, National Certificate “LEADER of BRANCH 2014”, Certificate “Expert of the year 2014” to the Administrator Raushan Smakova , Medal “For Efficiency” to Diana Sagitova , Award “Glory of Kazakhstan” to Akmaral Kainazarovа.

32. On March 10th 2015 Astana. By the invitation of Embassy of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan Akmaral Kainazarova presented colorful Bharatanatyam performance on celebration of Golden Jubilee of ITEC program and ICCR Day. The official part of the program was opened by H.E. Harsh Kumar Jain, Ambassador of the Republic of India in the Republic of Kazakhstan and H.E. Mr. Askar Mussinov, Deputy Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan. Representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy and Kazakhstan students of ITEC and ICCR attended the program.

33. On March 21st 2015 Aktobe. By the invitation of the management of the Palace of school children of Aktobe city the dancing troupe of the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” presented Bharatanatyam program at the Palace of students of Aktobe. More than 900 spectators attended the program. Performance received warm responses and delight of the audience.

34. On June 21st 2015 Almaty. Akmaral with her students presented the Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam on official celebration of the first International Day of Yoga in Almaty.

35. On July 8th 2015 Astana. During the visit of the Prime Minister of India to Kazakhstan, Akmaral Kainazarova was given the great honor to perform the Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam for the President of Republic of Kazakhstan Mr Nursultan Nazarbaev and the honorable guest from India – Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. Performance took place at the palace of the President “AkOrda”.

36. On September 7th , 2015 by the invitation of Embassy of the Republic of India in Kyrgyzstan “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” presented colorful performance on Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam, Kathak and folk dances of India at a seminar “Know India Show” in Bishkek city.

37. “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” took part at the Vth International competition “Kaleidoskope of talents. Autumn – 2015” from 4th to 8th November 2015 in Poland. The official part of the competition was inaugurated by the Mayor of the Zywiec city Mr. Pan Antoni Shlyagor under which patronage competition was conducted. Cup Grand Prix was awarded by the unanimous decision of jury to “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” for the four first prizes in two age categories for performance of the Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam and modern dance in Bollywood style.

38. 15.12.2015. For high achievements in professional area, Akmaral Kainazarova, the Director of the Centre, was awarded by the title “Honoured Worker (Artist) of the Republic of Kazakhstan”. The ceremony of award of the Government title on the occasion of celebration of the Independence Day of Kazakhstan took place in President’s palace AKORDA.

39. On 28th March 2016, at the Hall of the State Academic theater named after G. Musrepov in Almaty, the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” conducted the concert program devoted to the 10th Anniversary of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” and to receiving the Honorary title Honoured Аrtist of the Republic of Kazakhstan by Akmaral Kainazarova.

40. On 30th March, 2016, at the Hall of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University in Astana the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga” conducted the concert program devoted to the 10th Anniversary of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” and to receiving the Honorary title Honoured Аrtist of the Republic of Kazakhstan by Akmaral Kainazarova.

41. On June 21st , 2016 by the invitation of a management of Tian-Shansky federation Tai Chi Chuan and the festival “Global Eye”, Akmaral Kainazarova conducted the Common Yoga protocol, designed by the Government of India, for participants of the Festival. Event took place on Issyk -Kul in Kyrgyzstan on occasion of celebration of Second International Yoga Day.

42. On June 22nd , 2016 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” conducted the colorful program “Indian Classical Dance and Yoga” on Issyk Kul in Kyrgyzstan on occasion of celebration of the Second International Yoga Day.

43. “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” has conducted a series of concert programs of Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam and Kazakh folk dance in Kazakhstan and India to commemorate the 25thAnniversary of establishment of Diplomatic relations between Kazakhstan and India:

On March 14th, 2017 the concert program was held at the Kazakh State Philarmony named after Zhambyl in the city of Almaty. The official part of the program was opened by the Ambassador of India in the Republic of Kazakhstan Mr. Harsh Kumar Jain and culturologist, Diplomat Mr. Murat Auezov.

On March 25th, 2017 in Chennai, at the Rukmini Arangam Theatre in “Kalakshetra” College of Fine Arts – the best institution on Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam in India. Chief Guest of the evening – «Kalaimamani» Awardee Guru N.S. Jayalakshmi, Guest of Honour – Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr. Padma Subramanyam, Vice President of Shri Ariyakudi Music Foundation Shri G.Ramanujem, and Regional Director of ICCR in Chennai Mrs S.Manoranjitham.

On March 28th, 2017 in New Delhi at the Azad Bhawan Auditorium of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). Chief Guest of the evening – Shri Vanlalhuma, DDG ICCR; Guest of Honour – Mr. Phunchok Stobdan, former Ambassador, ex Director ICC; second Guest of Honour – Mr. Ruslan Akhmet, Minister Counsellor of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in India.

On March 29th, 2017 the program was conducted at the concert hall of “Delhi Karnataka Sangha” in New Delhi. Chief Guest of the evening– Mr. Bulat Sarsenbayev, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Republic of India, Guest of Honour – Mr. Arvind Nayak, Managing Director of Nayak Group, New Delhi.

On March 31st, 2017 in New Delhi’s Vasant Valley School – one of the best private schools in the capital of India.

44. Third International Yoga Day

On June 18th, 2017 a performance and rewarding of the Centre with the certificate of participant at celebration of the Third International Yoga Day in Almaty at Sport complex of the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University.

On June 21st 2017 demonstration and collective practice of yoga according to the Common Yoga Protocol by Indian Government at Kh. Dosmukhamedov Atyrau State University, University’s Sports complex.

Conducting the concert on celebration of the Third International Day of Yoga.

45. On September 19th, 2017 by the invitation of the management of California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, Akmaral Kainazarova conducted the Lecture-demonstration on theme: “Rasa in Classical Indian Dance: Aesthetic Essence and Emotional Code Language” and dance performance exemplifying its ideas.

46. On September 20th 2017 Akmaral Kainazarova gave detail interview for radio program “ Dil Ki Awaaz” airing in San Jose CA, USA on the radio desi1170 AM.

47. On September 21st, 2017 Akmaral Kainazarova conducted workshop and performance for students of the Pampa Dance Academy in Sunnyvale CA, USA.

48. On September 22nd 2017 Akmaral Kainazarova has presented a colorful Bharatanatyam performance at Hindu Temple and Community Center in Sunnyvale CA, USA on occasion of NAVRATRI 2017 celebration.

49. On September 23d, 2017 Akmaral Kainazarova conducted dance and Yoga workshop at Berkeley Yoga Center (CA) on theme: “Santosha (contentment) the second item of Niyama, which is the one of the 8 steps of Raja Yoga”.

50. On September 30th, 2017 Akmaral Kainazarova conducted Bharatanatyam performance in Temple in Los Angeles.

51. From October 14th to October 27th, 2017 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” organized workshops of the famous choreographer and Guru of classical Bharatanatyam style – Shri P.T. Narendran from Chennai.

52. At the initiative of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” the intellectual educational program of SPIC MACAY from India has begun the new chapter in Kazakhstan. From November 2nd to November 6th, 2017 there have taken place workshops of the famous choreographer and the Guru of classical Kathak style – Shri Rajendra Gangani from New Delhi.

53. On november 10th, 2017 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” participated at the 40th annual ceremony of National Business raiting in the “Palace of Peace and Harmony” (Pyramid) in Astana where have received the National certificate “LEADER of YEAR 2017” for successful work among dancing groups of the Republic.

54. On 28th February 2018 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” organized the Annual concert in Almaty on occasion of Inauguration of educational video material “Indian Classical Dance Bharatanatyam for beginners” (in Kazakh, English and Russian) and the 20th Anniversary of creative work of Honored Artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan Akmaral Kainazarova.

55. On 12th June, 2018 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Turan University, Embassy of India, Indian Cultural Centre of Embassy of India in Kazakhstan celebrated the Fourth International Day of Yoga at Turan University. In the program there was a demonstration and collective practice of yoga according to the Common Yoga Protocol by Indian Government.

56. On 12th June, 2018 in the evening in the assembly hall of the university the concert of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” on occasion of the Fourth International Day of Yoga was held. Almaty.

57. On 28th august 2018 Akmaral Kainazarova  conducted a  workshop on Kazakh Folk dances in Toronto city, Canada.

58. On 30th august 2018  Akmaral Kainazarova has presented Kazakh folk  dances for the program  “Pomegranate Garden” –  an evening of Asian dance and music at Noor Cultural Centre, Toronto city. The consul of Embassy of Kazakhstan in Canada MrAlmasbek Omarov with Kazakh community of Toronto attended the program.

59. On 31st august 2018 Akmaral has  presented a concert of Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam  at Hindu Temple of Toronto city. The Chief guest of the program  -Doctor MenakaThakkar, the famous performer of  Indian classical dance in Canada.

60. In September 2018 Akmaral Kainazarova has presented a colorful performance in Bharatanatyam style at Hindu Temple of Sunnyvale in California, USA on occasion of  Hanuman Puja.

61. On 5thseptember 2018 Akmaral Kainazarova conducted the  workshop on  Kazakh folk  dance in the Silk Road House in California, USA. The official representative of United Nations in San Francisco MsElizabeth Mary Steinerparticipated in event.

62. On3th  November 2018 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” with support of  Embassy of the Republic of India  in the Republic of Kazakhstan and Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre of Embassy of  India conducted the Annual concert of the Centre on occasion of celebration of the Indian festival Diwali and the 20th  Anniversary of creative work of Akmaral Kainazarova, founder of the Centre and Honored  Аrt Worker of the Republic of  Kazakhstan.

63. On 12th January, 2019 Akmaral Kainazarova conducted Bharatanatyam performance in memory of her life time friend and mentor – Mrs. Janaki Krishnan, Activist of Indian Society for Culture and Friendship from the year 1956, President of Indo-Russian Women’s Association, Scholar of Russian and Sanskrit languages. The Memory Evening was held in Russian Centre for Science and Culture of  Russian Consulate in    Chennai, South India. Official part of an event  was inaugurated  by the director of the Russian Centre for Science and Culture  Mr. Gennadii  Rogalev.

64. On 27th  January, 2019 by the invitation of Embassy of India in Kazakhstan the dancing troupe of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” presented colorful performance with the Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam, Kathak at celebration of   the 70th  Republic Day  of  India and inauguration of  the Days of  India  in Almaty.

The Ambassador of Republic of India in the Republic of Kazakhstan Mr. Prabhat Kumar and Chief representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in  the Republic of Kazakhstan in Almaty Mr. Ruslan  Bulterikov delivered official speeches.

65. From  March 23d  to 28th , 2019, “Centre for  Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” participated at the International art contest “Marathon of talents in Europe”, which  was held on the well-known coast of the Spain – Costa Brava with assistance of Lloret de Mar city administration along with cultural institutions of Spain.

“Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” was awarded by first prize for performance of Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam in the  “ethnic dance” nomination and the first prize for Kazakh folk  dance in the “folk dance” nomination. 

66. On June 23 2019 «Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan» in cooperation with  Embassy of India in Kazakhstan, Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre in Nur-Sultan, “AkDanat” holiday  resort in Zerenda of Akmola region of Kazakhstan organized the Fifth International Yoga Day. Representatives of Kokchetav, Nur-Sultan, Almaty, Kizilorda, Stepnogorsk cities took active part in celebrationThe official part of the event was opened by the Representative of the Embassy of India in Kazakhstan Mr. Mukesh Kumar Batar, Mayor  of Akmola region of Zerenddistrict Mr. Berikzhan Abutalipov, Chairman of the Tourism Association of Akmola region Mr. Shynarbek Batyrhanov.

67. On August 15th, 2019, the State Museum of Art named after Abylhan Kasteev, Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan and the Cultural Centre named after N.K.Roerich held an event dedicated to the Independence Day of India. The program included: concert by “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstanvideo-lecture “Roerich and India”, Indian painting exhibition by Botagoz Nurpeisova dedicated to Indian themes. Congratulatory speeches by : Mr. Martin Cyriac Clemense – Consul of the Representative Office of India in AlmatyMrs. Gulzhan Shalabayeva – Director of the State Museum named after A Kasteev, Mr. Pawan Singh – Chief Executive Officer of “Tengri Bank”.

68. “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” and School № 92 named after Mahatma Gandhi conducted program «Gandhi: A Musical Tribute» on occasion of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. In Almaty celebration took place on October 30th, 2019 at the Palace of Students of Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi. On November 1st, 2019 the same program was held in Nur-Sultan at the “Qazaqstan” Concert Hall.

Mr. Sanjay Garg  Director of Swami Vivekananda Indian Cultural Centre, Embassy of India in Kazakhstan and Mr Diar Kunayev – Director of Museum named after M.Auezov were the Chief Guests to light the lamp and deliver the speeches on 30th October in Almaty.

Mr. Prabhat Kumar – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Kazakhstan, Mr. SattarMazhitov – professor, Director of State establishment “Kogamdyk Kelisim, Mr Rasul Kosanov – managing director of TENGRI Bank in Nur-Sultan were the Chief Guests to light the lamp and deliver the speeches on 1st November in Nur-Sultan.

This program included scenes from the life of Mahatma Gandhi, folk dances and Indian classical dances Bharatanatyam and Kathak.

69. Akmaral Kainazarova, Bharatanatyam dance performer and teacher, as the member of the International Dance Council within the UNESCO in Paris, participated at the 5th International Congress on Dance Research in Hallandale, Florida, USA from 13th to 17th November 2019.  She introduced workshop on Indian Classical Dance Bharatanatyam and performance. Workshop covered important technical and philosophical aspects of Bharatanatyam and was attended by the dance professors, choreographers, educators, dance historians, dance critics –members of the International Dance Council (CID)  – from USA, Poland, Italy, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Haiti, France, Argentina.

70By the invitation of Embassy of India in Kazakhstan the dancing troupe of “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” on January 27th, 2020  presented colorful performance with Indian classical dance Bharatanatyam, Kathak and  Indian folk dances from the state of Orissa and Gujarat.

71. On March 7th, 2020, the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” and  Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan conducted the program: “Dances of  India: the history of ancient art”dedicated to the 25th  Anniversary of the founding of the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan, the 150th  Birth Anniversary of  Mahatma Gandhi and the Birthday of the “Centre for  Indian Classical Dances and Yoga”, which was founded  in  March 2006.

72. “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan ( Kazakhstan) has held the Open Day online on September 20th , 2020. The purpose of the function – acquaintance with the colorful culture of India and with work of all classes of the Centre.

73. “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan ( Kazakhstan) has held the online performance “Indian Classical Dance & Kazakh Folk Dance”  on October  24th  , 2020. The purpose of the function is to demonstrate   similarities and differences in both traditions, the importance of dance art in strengthening cultural ties between the two countries.

74. On November 28th , 2020 on occasion of the Day of the First President of Kazakhstan & Constitution Day of India, “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan has held the online program “Body & Soul: Indian Classical Dance & Martial Arts of the East”.

75. On December 9th , 2020 the “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan has held the “Evening in Memory of the Late Alpysbay Shymyrbayev», Founder & Editor-in-Chief of the Magazine “Gazhaiyp Undistan” (Amazing India). The purpose of the function is to honor the memory of Mr Shymyrbayev, who for 25 years has tirelessly published an international magazine in kazakh, russian and english.

76. On January 23d  , 2021, on occasion of  the Republic Day of India, “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan  conducted the online program “Cultural Diversity of India”.

77. On March 13th , 2021, on occasion of  the 15th Anniversary of  our Centre and Nauryz –Holi  celebration, “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan has held  the online festive program.

78. On April 24th , 2021, on occasion of International Dance Day, “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan  conducted the online program. More than 500 spectators from all around the world watched the online program on Facebook and Instagram.

79. On 19th June 2021, “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan conducted online demonstration and collective practice of the Common Yoga Protocol, dedicated to the 7th International Day of Yoga.

80. On 19th June, 2021 “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” and Pradnya Institute of Yoga in Almaty in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan held a festive program dedicated to the 7th International Day of Yoga. The concert was inaugurated by Chief Guest – Consul of the Indian representative office in Almaty – Mr Amit Mishra.

81. Оn August 13th , 2021 оn occasion of the celebration the 75th Anniversary of Independence of India, the opening ceremony of the new premises of the «Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan» took place.

82. Оn August 13th , 2021 оn occasion of the 75th Anniversary of Independence of India the «Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan», Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan in collaboration with Turan University held a festive ONLINE concert with the participation of artists from the Swami Vivekananda Indian Cultural Center – Mr Praveen Kumar Dubey and Ms Tripti Sanwal.
The Chief Guests– His Excellency, the Ambassador of the Republic of India in Kazakhstan Ms Shubdarshini Tripati and Vice Rector of Turan University – Ms Gulzhanat Tayauova.

83. Оn September 10th , 2021 оn occasion of the beginning of new academic year, “Centre for Indian Classical Dances and Yoga, Almaty-Kazakhstan” in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Nur-Sultan held a festive Open Day Online concert in new premises of the Centre in Almaty.