Welcome to the Aseema Trust

The Aseema Trust was founded to build bridges between traditional performing arts and education and Mahatma Gandhi and his ideas of truth and non violence inside and outside schools for young and old. Founded by V.R.Devika in 1998, it is managed by Coordinator and finance manager Vasantha Parthasharathy and a large team of resource persons.

The Aseema Trust is nurtured by the partnerships it has built with NGOs and other organizations over the years nationally and internationally.


Dr.V.R.Devika inaugurated the heritage club of Cresent School with a talk on Gandhi on 12th February 2018,  gave a presentation on Dr.Muthulakshmy Reddy at Nrityaparva conference at M.S.University, Baroda on 11th February 2018, accomponied students from Patashaala to the Festival of Sacred Music in Tiruvaiyaru on 4,3rd and 2nd February 2018, gave a presentation on Mahatma Gandhi at Pupil School of Saveetha University on 30th January 2018, gave a presentation on Gandhi and on Nataraja at KCT College in Coimbatore with Sthayi on 8th January 2018, acted as a model teacher for a treacher training programme media, gave a talk on Dr.Muthulakshmi Reddy for Natyadarshan on 16th December 2017. She has been shooting in different schools as a model teacher for The Hindu - STEP for teaching professionals. She gave a presentation on Nataraja on 13th December 2017,  conducted three workshop sessions on Sexual Harassment in Workplace at Accountant General's office Chennai on 8th and 7th of December 2017, gave a presentation on Nataraja on 3rd December 2017.

Dr.V.R.Devika was in New Delhi to attend a meeting to discuss the Intangible cultural heritage of India at Sangeet Natak Academy on 26th November 2017, was at Saraswathi Vidyalaya for STEP of The Hindu on 25th and 24th of November 2017, was interviewed on Radio One on24th November 2017, conducted a workshop on Mamallapuram at Mamallapuram on 22nd November 2017, was at AMM foundation's Tamil class on 19th November 2017, gave a presentation on Nataraja and the cosmos for "Art on the terrace" on 18th November 2017, was the chief guest at Padma Seshadri Balbhavan's Millennium School annual day on 17th November 2017.


  Mr.K.R.A.Narasiah, reknowned scholar, wrote about The Aseema Trust in Adyar Times


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