A visionary idea that possibly simultaneously challenged and yet strongly upheld the rigour and quality of the traditional terms of training in classical music from India, Ramprasadh established Ambalam, Centre for Performing Arts – in the year 1987, in collaboration with his wife, a veteran Bharatanatyam artist, Smt. Indira Kadambi.
In the year 2012, they launched the World’s first Online college of Indian Performing Arts integrated with Yoga offering Diploma programs as well as short term certificate programs in Carnatic music and Bharathanatyam. The core vision of this initiative was to create a most non-restrictive platform and extend the opportunities of inspiring and training interested students and practitioners from across the world, irrespective of their geographical restrictions and lack of availability of quality education in the essential aspects of Indian Classical Arts. The college also offers comprehensive supporting programs in Yoga & Meditation, Yoga therapy courses and other forms of music including instrumental training in Violin, Veena, Mridangam, Khanjira, and Ghatam. Since its advent, over the last three decades, the institution has steadily supported students and artists across different countries. The students are encouraged and welcomed to visit India and continue their training in the conventional in person-environment as and when they are able to do so.