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In the year 1976 a few like-minded people started to think and set up a platform to propagate, foster and preserve traditional forms of Indian Art & Culture as they perceived that these were being slowly wiped out by the apparent glamorous but a blindfolded imitation of the west among the people via electronic media. With this thought and a conviction to sensitize the Indian youth about the Cultural Heritage of our country was established the SARBABHARATIYA SANGEET -O- SANSKRITI PARISHAD (SSSP) operating since 23rd January 1976 from a rented house at Jadu Mitra Lane, Kolkata, which subsequently shifted to Ramratan Basu Road, Kolkata. Late Pandit Sukhendu Goswami had suggested the name.

The Parishad has since then, started affiliating Training Centres in different parts of West Bengal where students were being tutored in various streams of Indian Art and Culture.

A comprehensive syllabus on various streams was prepared under the guidance of all the Stalwarts and great Gurus (of National and International fame) of its various branches and the affiliated Centres were asked to follow the same. The entire course was distributed within a span of 11 years with a rational approach to provide training from the initial years to the mature years of graduation and post graduation. Arrangements were made for conducting Annual Examinations for evaluating the individual progress of the Student to be sent up by those affiliated Centres and to confer Degree/Diploma to the successful Students with an intention to groom them to be either a performer or a teacher - independent or employed.

Gradually Parishad has taken an enormous shape, inviting new centres from the different part of the country, now, there was felt a necessity of larger accommodation and therefore a two storied building was purchased at 1A, Jadunath Sen Lane, Kolkata in 1983. The new office of the Parishad was an epitome of heritage itself, this was the venue of the first widow remarriage initiated by Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, the great social reformer, in the then Calcutta.  


*****ATTENTION all Student/Teachers/Centres*****
Our Annual Art Exhibition will held at Academy of Fine Arts between 18-24th June,2016
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Registered Office: 'Sanskriti Bhawan' 1A, Jadunath Sen Lane, Kolkata-700 006
Adjacent to Shrimani Market and Kailash Bose Street, opposite Adi Mahakali Pathshala Vidyalaya
Our new Academy address is, 108A, A.P.C.Road, 1st Floor, (Sukia Street) Kolkata-700009.

Sarbabharatiya Sangeet - O - Sanskriti Parishad was established on 23rd January, 1976 with an intention to preserve Indian Cultural heritage, strengthen the quality of students and teachers and to enhance a wider range of culture to our fellowmen. It is registered under West Bengal Societies Act, 1961 vide No. S/17547 on 25th March 1976.

Contact Information
Sarbabharatiya Sangeet-O-Sanskriti Parishad
1A, Jadunath Sen Lane (Off. Kailash Bose Street)
Kolkata - 700 006, West Bengal, INDIA
Phone Nos. +91 33 2350 4034, 2351 8691, 2360 8306, 2553 0431, 9874472880
Telefax : +91 33 2564 8997
E- mail : sss_parishad@yahoo.co.in