Under the guidance of its Founder and Honorary Director, Late Smt. Sundari K. Shridharani, the multi-faceted Art and Educational complex, Triveni Kala Sangam, has become a Cultural Oasis in Delhi.

Triveni Kala Sangam teaches classical Indian Dance, classical Indian Music (Vocal & Instrumental), Contemporary Painting, Sculpture, Photography and Glass Art, thus creating a confluence or ‘Sangam’ of various art forms.

It provides a beautiful working environment for artists to express themselves through various forms of Visual and Preforming arts.

Department of Art offers Painting | Sculpture | Photography | Glassworks

Department of Dance offers Bharatnatyam | Odissi | Chhau | Kuchipudi | Kathak

Department of Music Offers Semi Classical & Light Classical Music | Hindustani Music (Vocal) | Carnatic Music | Sitar | Tabla | Flute


Triveni Kala Sangam imparts classes for Art, Indian Classical Dances and Indian Classical Music.


With a commitment to display diverse forms of artistic practices, the art galleries of Triveni Kala Sangam have been pivotal in fostering cultural activity in Delhi. They provide an open canvas for both established and young artists to exhibit their works.

Shridharani Gallery

Triveni Gallery

Sculpture Court

Amphitheatre / Gallery
For gallery bookings contact office || The galleries are open all days from 11am to 7pm



The Triveni Auditorium is a stellar example of Joseph Allen Stein’s unique style, which has captured the attention of many dancers and musicians to select it as a venue for their performances. Its broad and airy structure is aimed to provide an attractive venue for dance & music performances, talks, seminars and book launches. This fully air-conditioned premises has a seating capacity of 150 guests.Ticketed shows are not allowed but you may have shows with invitations.


24th December 2018 to 2nd January 2019
Hybridity, a sculpture exhibition by artist Pintu Sikder inspired by issues like growing deforestation, industrialization and urbanization. Venue: Shridharani Gallery
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13th December to 23rd December 2018
Meandering journeys: Traversing life, an exhibition of Painting, Photography and Sculpture by Renuka Sondhi-Gulati and Kaushik Amruthur. Their works traverse multiple thoughts and locales, and in their exhibition enable the viewer the same journey – literal and metaphorical. Venue: Shridharani Gallery
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21st December 2018
Nrityanjali 2018, a Kathak dance musical “Krishna Katha” based on the life of Krishna presented by Nritya Kulture Academy. The show aims to depict how storytelling can be portrayed in different Indian styles. Venue: Triveni Auditorium
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10th December to 20th December 2018
Engaging tapestries of nature, a solo show of paintings by Hukum Lal Verma represents nature in its inseparable whole wherein form and non-from, live and lifeless, solid and fluid, all form an inseparable while, running into one another, completing the picture of reality. Venue: Triveni Gallery
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With a tiered floor seating for forty-five people, the Lecture Room is a highly personalized venue for intimate discussions and presentations on art and literature. Bathed in natural light from its north facing windows, this venue can also be darkened for visual presentations.
For Bookings Contact Office


Prakriti: Pots and Plants
Situated on the south side of the main building Triveni Kala Sangam, Prakriti is a quiet and tropical boutique. It is an exhibition-cum-retail space selling artistically designed pots, potted plants, bonsais and garden accessories, which are ideal for both home and outdoors.

Triveni Terrace Cafe
The Triveni Terrace Café overlooking the beautifully landscaped lawns of the Open Air – Theatre is renowned for its delicious home-style food. The café is a popular converging point for artists and art connoisseurs, students and intellectuals, who get together to have lively conversations and refresh themselves over unending cups of masala chai and innovative food.

Art Heritage
Founded in 1977 by Ebrahim and Roshen Alkazi, Art Heritage Gallery remains committed to promoting an awareness and appreciation of modern Indian art. The gallery has held over 600 exhibitions and produced over 450 catalogues celebrating the work of both distinguished artists such as F.N. Souza and M.F. Husain as well as new and emerging talent.


Office / Bookings
Triveni Kala Sangam, 205 Tansen Marg, New Delhi 110001, India

T: +91-11-23718833, +91-11- 41823833



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