Music stimulates our minds through the creation of immersive worlds of sound that encourage humans to think creatively and deeply. In particular, research has shown that the exposure of children to music at a young age aids in the development of cognitive abilities. A form of creative art, music also helps students to tap synergistically into their intuitive and logical faculties. This creative temper can then be projected into the study of other areas like science.
Music classes held at Agastya focus on teaching students two iconic Indian musical instruments: the Tabla and the Harmonium. Moreover, students are also taught environmental awareness songs to facilitate their social and cultural development. This singsong repetition of environmental facts ensures that environmental awareness is gradually built into the mindset of students.
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