Sarvani learnt under eminent gurus who have marked their impression in Kuchipudi dance form. All her gurus are disciples of the great legend Padmabhushan Dr. Vempati china Satyam. She is highly indebted to all her gurus and with great respect, she presents her gurus to you.
Padmasree Dr. Sobha Naidu is among the India’s top most exponents of Kuchipudi dance. Totally devoted to the art, she established Srinivasa Kuchipudi Art Academy with a view to produce a generation of dancers who could continue the tradition with dedication. She toured all over the world and earned the accolades from discerning audiences. Dr. Sobha Naidu who has collected a fragrant garland of titles including a Padmasri, Nritya Choodamani and a Doctorate is triple blessed. Sarvani got vigorous training from her and completed her Rangapravesam under her guidance.
Smt Seetha Nagajothy, worked as a teacher in Kuchipudi Art Academy, Chennai for more than fifteen years and later established Abhinaya Praneetha Kuchipudi Art Society, training hundred’s of disciples every year.
Sarvani has completed her certificate course training under her able guidance.
Hailing from the traditional family of Kuchipudi dancers, Sri Vedantam Radheyshyam garu who is a Sangeet Natak Academy award recipient is an extremely talented guru and performer.
He is working as a full time lecturer at Siddhendra Kalakshetra University, teaching Kuchipudi dance to thousands of disciples.
Sri. Raja Ram is the first guru who introduced dance to sarvani.
He, with his immense patience nurtured her for the first stage presence when she was seven years old.
He advised Sarvani to do her advanced training from the village of Kuchipudi