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Children Coverage Detail

Year Female Male Total
2009-10 28 21 49
2010-11 115 96 211
2011-12 50 156 206
2012-13 150 231 381
2013-14 108  181 289
2014-15 99 127 226

Our Creativity

Creative and performing arts has always been one of the mainstays of Sparsha work with the children.  For many children, performances provide an avenue to express them and to gain self-confidence.  Our work in this field covers a variety of disciplines, including street plays, Handicraft, Dance and Documentary Video, Short movies, Ad Concept etc..

Over the years, Sparsha Trust has built up a well-grounded reputation in terms of the quality and commitment of its Arts.  Boys and girls of the shelters learn dance and music from prominent artists.  Aside from dance and music, the children play a significant role developing or adapting the script, designing costumes etc.

i) Kamsale Dance

Sparsha in Shivaji Nagar (called as Chinnara Thangudhama (UDC)), Rajiv Gandhi colony running a boys shelter for needy children.  The children are performing Kamsale dance very professionally and on 12 July 2014, World Anti Child Labour day was celebrated, for which our children had been to Contirava Stadium and performed Kamsale dance.  Also, they enthusiastically participated and performed this dance in Government and Private companies.

Kamsale is a famous folk dance of Karnataka. 

The KAMSALE dance is named after the instrument held in hands of the dancer.  The instrument comprises a cymbal held in one hand and a bronze disc in the other. The main element in art is the rhythmic clang, which blends with the melodious music of the Mahadeeshvara epic. The instruments, in the course of the vigorous rhythmic beatings, are moved around the body of the dancer in innumerable patterns manifesting both skill and art.  In a group movement the dancer provides the vision of a series of offensive and defensive maneuvers.

ii) Dollu Kunitha

Sparsha in Sanjeevini  Nagar (called as Shikshana Mitra - I), running a girls shelter for needy children.  Dollu Kunitha is also a famous folk dance of Karnataka.  Generally, this dance is performed by men but our sanjivini nagar girls energetically doing well.

Dollu Kunitha is a popular drum dance of Karnataka state. In the Dollu Kunitha dance, large drums are adorned with colored clothes and hang around the necks of men.  The songs used in this dance usually have religious and battle fervor.  The main emphasis is on quick and light movement of the feet and legs.

iii) Handicraft

Apart from above, our children are well versed in doing hand craft items such as Ear rings, Flowers, Diyas using paper quiling, artificial jewellery, Mehendi, Boutique Design, Paper bags etc. 

iv) Documentary Video, Short movies, Ad Concept

Our children are well versed and having lot of exposure towards various creative fields like concept preparing, Film Making, script writing, editing, camera handling, and direction.  We are glad to be a part of AYV Live on Tuesday, 10th February 2015 at Chowdiah Hall. 

Creative Project is a joint effort by Sparsha and children to bring positive personality development among them. 

Our children will be very grateful if you give them an opportunity to perform in your esteemed organization.