Who we are

Swarayan was founded in 2012, under the able guidance of Pandit Raghunandan Panshikar, a renowned Indian Classical Vocalist from Pune. Swarayan became a registered public charitable trust on 1st Jan 2015.

Our Mission

To provide a platform to promising young artists and do our bit in preserving and promoting the rich tradition of Indian Classical Music.

Previous concert

Sitar Solo: Anirudhha Joshi
Classical Vocal: Mugdha Vaishampayan

Tabla: Pranav Gurav, Aashay Kulkarni
Harmonium: Abhinay Rawande

S. M. Joshi Auditorium, Ganjave Chowk, Navi Peth, Pune 411030

Date & Time:
Sunday 9th June 2019 starting 
10:00 am  

Our annual plan

Host 4 programs each year, with 2 young artists

Hosting various workshops / lecture demonstrations to promote Indian Classical Music

Our work

Till date, we have hosted over 26 concerts thus far, with an exposure to more than 60 artists.

Why young artists

Any art form is difficult to venture into, especially at the beginning of an artists career.

Young artists need more exposure with guidance, Swarayan is one of the avenues that provides it and its fast becoming a loved and desired platform for young artists.

How it helps the artists?

All Swarayan concerts are held in prominent Auditoriums, at the heart of the city (Pune) These concerts have ads in multiple newspapers and we promote the events on social media, posters at prime locations. This helps the artists gain good exposure.

What they say about Swarayan

Over the years, Swarayan has become a much valued and cherished destination for Young Indian Classical Musicians and audience. We’d love to have your helping hand in this noble cause. Feel free to reach out to us to help Swarayan in its quest.