The Hindu culture and tradition are deeply rooted in devotional songs called bhajans. Bhajans are often performed in temples, at religious gatherings, even in Indian movies, and on other special occasions.
Regular practice of devotional songs and bhajan learning is an excellent way to express your devotion to the divine. Keeping the melody and words in your head will help you perfect your singing.
The goal of KKALA is to ensure that students progress through the course and that true learning takes place. As part of the course, students will have the opportunity to take up and submit in-class assignments that will give them an idea of their progress. Furthermore they will be required to take up a final assessment at the end of the course. This will evaluate their understanding of both the theory and practical aspects of the course.
To ensure each student gets the appropriate amount of attention and time from the Guru, our robust learning management system has been developed to deliver high quality video and audio streaming.
All interactive classes are recorded and made available to students for the duration of the course. The student can revisit the classroom sessions at any later date to better understand and revise concepts taught during the sessions. Students can use these recordings to make up for missed classes. They just need to login and view the classes they missed.