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Chains by Savitha Sastry




BUY TICKETS HERE: https://www.harriscenter.net/


Chains: Love Stories of Shadows

When: May 16, 2015 (Saturday) 6:00 PM (Doors Open at 5:45 PM)

Where: Harris Center Three Stages, Stage 2, 10 College Pkwy, Folsom, CA 95630

Tickets: $25 (General Admission)

Chains’ is an ode to the woman.

Life of a woman between personal choice and societal expectations.


Savitha  Sastry

'Renaissance architect of Bharathanatyam'


Chains is premiering here for the first time in the USA. (San Jose is next!). A NOT to be missed show with rave reviews from her performance in Mumbai!



SAHANA is a California based non-profit organization (Tax exempt under 501 (c)(3) of IRS) structured to preserve South Asian Heritage and Arts through Education in Fine Arts & Music in the Greater Sacramento Community. SAHANA provides an opportunity to local artists in the Sacramento region to show case their talent to a wider audience in a professional atmosphere.  Our goal is to nurture and promote dance, music and fine arts that originated from the Indian sub-continent (Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, India, Nepal,  Pakistan and SriLanka) , in our local community.


We are Volunteers

SAHANA Team and Working Group members are volunteer performing artists, musicians and members of local community who have worked together to make SAHANA accessible and useful to the community. SAHANA! has some wonderfully talented people working towards a common goal of taking all art forms emerged from the Indian Sub-Continent to the forefront of our local community.


Making a difference

Since its inception, SAHANA team has millions of good reasons to be smiling about their community work performed so far. Our team has helped our community members by engaging in Classical Graduation programs (a.k.a Arangetram) by helping them in Theater selection, providing additional support with sound and Theatrical lighting and helping in subsidizing Theater rental costs.

Join our team and make a difference.