Bianca and Sheeba have been extremely blessed with a passion and appreciation for the divine art of Bharatanatyam dance. Bianca was introduced to this art form at the tender age of five under the guidance of Smt. Nanda Chakroborthy. Two years later at the ages of seven and five both sisters began learning under the tutelage of Guru Smt. Suba Ramesh Parmar. Together they began their journey learning this art form becoming more sincere and dedicated as the years passed. In the last 11 years they have been accompanying Guru Smt. Suba Ramesh Parmar in performances across the tri-state area.
Both sisters are also fortunate to have been exposed to other art forms and activities. They have learned Classical Hindustani vocal music with Smt. Astha Shukla for many years. They continue to practice their love for music as members of the chamber choir at Wayne Hills High School. Bianca wishes to stay connected with the arts as she continues her future education at Drexel University. At the same time, Sheeba will move on to be a junior and hopes to continue dance even after the arangetram. They also take part in a character building education through the Vivekananda Vidyapith’s academy of philosophy and Indian culture in Wayne NJ. This has played a positive role in their lives. All this together has given the girls an opportunity to learn about our ancient heritage practice it through their daily lives and share it with others.
They both have been involved in many activities where they generously volunteer their time. Bianca and Sheeba would like to give back to the community through their dance and would like to dedicate this event to Autism Speaks