Arthy Ahmed is a renowned pore classical dancer. choreographer and dance activist in new age Bangladesh Through dedication and courage. Arthy was able to study dance and pursue dancing as a career. She is a trained Bharatnatyam dancer who has completed both her BA (urder1CCR scholarship) and MA in Bharatnattiyam from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, India: followed by a Diploma in Teacher’s Training in Dance Education (Major Dance psychology) from Madras University Chennai, India Devoting herself to dance. Arthy has been performing in renowned festivals, on television, and performances in countries across the globe from a very early age. Owing to her talent and dedication, she has had the opportunity to work with the distinguished Shadhona Cultural Circle – A Center for Advancement of South Asian Culture, from a very young age where she now works as a choreographer. Additionally. Arthy works with the movement #DanceYourAge which focuses on raising awareness on different aspects of dance for children encouraging appropriate dance moves. song lyrics, and self-expression Arthy also runs an adult beginner’s batch for those who never got the opportunity to learn the joys of dance in their childhood.