Kalakshetra literally means a holy place of arts (Kala : Arts, Kshetra : Field
or Holy place).
    Deriving inspiration from this noble ideal, Kalakshetra was established, in the words of Rukmini Devi,
"with the sole purpose of resuscitating in modern India recognition of the priceless artistic traditions of our country and of imparting to the young the true spirit of Art, devoid of vulgarity and commercialism." The training of young and talented people by masters of art, with the background of a religious spirit, has been its main aim.
  • Information about the pallava-kriti (part-time classes)

  • Due to semester examinations and summer vacation Kalakshetra - College of Fine Arts is not open to visitors from 18th March 2014 - 30th June 2014. Visitors are requested to contact College office after 1st July 2014 for further information.

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