Indore has total population of appx. 34 lacs. and appx. 5 lacs Gujarati families are living.

The languages of Indore are a hallmark of the cosmopolitan culture and the demography of the Madhya Pradesh city that is reputed to be a forerunner of academics and at the focal point of business and commerce. The citizens of Indore are polyglots who are proficient in Hindi (India's national language), Gujarati, Marathi and Sindhi as well as the universally recognized and accepted English language.

Marathi is the principal language that is spoken by majority of the populace of Indore. The language has been in vogue ever since the 18th century when the powerful Holkar dynasty ruled over the terrains of Central India and continues to be predominant even till today.

Indore is also called as Mini-Mumbai. It is also a melting pot of different ethnic groups such as Marathi, Gujarati, Marwari, Muslims and Sindhi etc. Indore proves to be promising educational hub and home to both IIT and IIM, the most reputed technological and management institutes of India. Indore owes its early growth to trade and commerce, which is still a dominant feature of this city.



Mrs. Nirzari Vasavada


She is a Bharatnatyam exponent from Indore who has been trained under the guidance of Guru Smt. Ketaben Thakkar, Ahmedabad.

Many students across different cities were privileged to be trained by her. She has also worked with Shri Satya Sai Vidya Vihar as their classical dance teacher where students excelled in various events under her tutelage.

Currently she is class A classical dance judge at Bhopal Doordarshan. Also she undertakes private Bharatnatyam lessons with certified Gandharva Mahavidyalaya course. She is also very fond of choreography and helps those interested in Sangeet Sandhya, Garbas and various competitions.