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Carnatica.com was started in 1998. It is the brainchild of Carnatic musicians Sowmya and Shashikiran, who authored the encyclopedic CD-ROM on Carnatic music titled Nadanubhava, Carnatica is now a global organization involved in various activities aimed at promoting and propagating Carnatic music worldwide.

Carnaticindia.com is a website providing free carnatic music downloads, carnatic music lessons and other resources for aspiring enthusiasts. The website also offers articles on carnatic music evolution, history and present trends

LearnQuest is a non-profit institution devoted to providing formal instruction in Indian classical music, both Hindustani and Carnatic styles. Classes are held in Waltham, Acton and Andover, MA on Saturdays and some week-day evenings. The academy includes among its faculty a team of accomplished and experienced teachers of Indian music in the New England area as well as visiting musicians.

Narthaki: When it was published in 1992, it received a rapturous response and came to be called the "Bible" of Indian dance. The second edition in 1997 was welcomed for the continuity it provided. NARTHAKI went online in April 2000 and can be regarded as the third edition.

Rangoli: The Rangoli Dance Company is a highly recognized group of exquisite artistes. It was formed by Malathi Iyengar in 1992. Malathi’s visions have led her to continuously emphasize and embrace the participation of multi-disciplinary artistes from diverse cultural backgrounds in her company productions.

Sruti is a leading monthly devoted to Indian classical music and dance and theatre. Sruti seeks to cover assorted audience comprising lay music and dance enthusiasts, connoisseurs, musicians, dancers, teachers, scholars and students of the fine arts, institutions and organizations active in the field and officials of Government agencies concerned with the arts.

The Indian classical Carnatic music krithi, varnams/geethams and manodharma: alapana/swarakalpana/neraval archive web pages represent a simple experiment in distance education. This site is for those who would like to learn carnatic music, but do not have convenient access to music teachers or would like to complement their experience with a guru with an online resource.