an epitome of dance coupled with strong fortitude and talent, is an avid Indian Classical dancer. With more than two decades of performing experience in more than fifteen countries, Sarvani staged shows in different national and international events. She was selected as the Indian ambassador for 19th World Festival of Youth & Students, Russia. She has toured 17 countries in Europe & Asia performing and conducting workshops propagating the rich Indian cultural heritage. Her choreographies enthrall the audience transporting them to another world. Dance exponents and media have time and again commended her as one of the best dancers of her generation. She is the recipient of Best Performer award from Parthasaradhi Swamy Sabha, Chennai for 2017 and was honored with the titles national “Nrithya Shiromani, Nrithya Vilasini, Natya Mayuri, Nrithya Bharathi and many more. She is an empaneled artist in Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and India World Cultural Forum (IWCF).
Her passion for excellence is evident in every walk of her life. A state topper in her college in the state of Andhra Pradesh, she did her engineering from one of the most prestigious colleges of India “Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS, Pilani)”. Her active involvement in several departments and clubs enabled her to develop into a well-rounded individual with an exposure to various facets of life. She is the recipient of many prestigious awards such as Monalidey day award, Pratibha award, Best paper award & BITSAA 30 under 30 awards. She is now working in Royal Dutch Shell.
Using the Indian classical dance form, Sarvani proposes to take up several social issues and address them in her attempt to perpetuate peace and harmony. She started Sahasra Fine Arts and intends to train many others in this beautiful art form.