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Dance teacher Sameeksha Joshi teaches Indian classical dance to students at the GEMS Heritage School in Dubai on 24th September 2019. Photo Clint Egbert/Gulf News Image Credit:
Dubai: Indian performing arts should be a compulsory subject across Indian schools in the UAE, according to an artist leading a campaign to preserve culture and heritage.
Jogiraj Sikidar, founder and director of https://vietthuong.vn/trong.html Malhaar Centre for Performing Arts in Dubai, said a generation risks alienation with classical Indian music and dance unless children are taught them in school.
Two Indian schools in Dubai – GEMS Heritage Indian School and GEMS Modern Academy – have already made the subject mandatory and, Sikidar said, more are expected to follow.Indian students given lessons on culture Clint Egbert, Photographer, Faisal Masudi, Senior Reporter
He added that unless Indian performing arts are made part of the curriculum, they will slowly fade out, losing a part of Indian culture and identity. And because it takes years to learn the arts, children must be taught from a young age, Sikidar said.