What
  • Accordionist
  • Actor
  • Aerobics
  • Anchor
  • Ballet
  • Bandurist
  • Bansuri
  • Bassist
  • Bassoonist
  • Bharatanatyam
  • Bouzouki player
  • Break Dancing
  • Cajon Player
  • Cellist
  • Clarinetist
  • Classical Dancer
  • Classical Fitness Dance
  • Classical Singer
  • Comedian
  • Composer
  • Dance & Music therapy
  • Dance Classes
  • Devotional Singer
  • Dholak Player
  • Dhrupad Music
  • Dilruba
  • Drummer
  • Electronic musician
  • Euphoniumist
  • Film Maker
  • Film Songs
  • Find Artist
  • Fitness
  • Flautist
  • Flute
  • Folk Dance
  • Folk Dancer
  • Folk Music
  • Ghatam
  • Ghazal
  • Guitarist (Electric, Acoustic)
  • Gurus
  • Gurus
  • Harmonium
  • Harpist
  • Hindu Devotional Music
  • Hindustani Music
  • Hip-Hop Dance
  • Hornist
  • Instruments Classes
  • Jaltarangam
  • Kanjira
  • Karnatak Music
  • Kathak
  • Kathakali
  • Keyboardist (Keyboard player)
  • Khayal and Thumri
  • Kolattam
  • Kuchipudi
  • Learn Dance & Music
  • Light Music
  • Magiciation
  • Mandolin
  • Manipuri
  • Meditation
  • Mimicry
  • Model
  • Mohiniyattam
  • Morsing
  • Mridangam
  • Mridangist
  • Music
  • Music Classes
  • Music for Relaxation
  • Nadaswaram
  • Nadaswaram
  • Odissi
  • Orchestrator
  • Organ grinder
  • Organist
  • Pad Player
  • Pakhawaj
  • Percussionist
  • Photographer
  • Pianist
  • Play Back Singer
  • Pop Singer
  • Qawwali Music
  • Salsa
  • Santoor
  • Sarangi
  • Sarod
  • Sattriya
  • Saxophonist
  • Shankha
  • Shehnai
  • Singer
  • Sitar
  • Stylist | Mackup Man
  • Swarmandal
  • Tabalist
  • Tabla
  • Talking Doll
  • Tanpura
  • Tap Dancing
  • Tar Shehnai
  • Thavil
  • Trumpeter (also Trumpet player)
  • Veena
  • Veena Player
  • Violin
  • Violinist
  • Violist (Viola player)
  • Voice Over Artist
  • Western Dance
  • Western Dancer
  • Writer
  • Yoga
  • Zumba
Where

Bansilal Badruka School Of Music And Dance

BADRUKA EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY

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WELCOME TO BADRUKA EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY

In the year 1950, a proposal for establishing a Commerce college in Hindi medium was mooted by Raja Bankatlal Badruka and Sri Pannalal Pittie. Nawab Ali Yawar Jung Bahadurji, the then Vice-Chancellor of Osmania University appreciated the initiative and suggested that a college be started in English or Urdu medium with an endowment fund of Rs. 2.5 lakhs. Raja Bankatlalji, true to his character, spontaneously donated the amount and obtained the approval to start a college with Intermediate Section in English medium. The first exclusive institution for students of commerce came into existence on 2nd August 1950 and was inaugurated by the renowned celebrity Sri M. K. Vellodi, ICS, the then Chancellor of Osmania University.