Amarnath Ghosh is an accomplished performing artist (Bharatnatyam and Kuchupudi ) choreographer and Art Educator from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He is an alumni of the Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts and Kuchupudi Art Academy Chennai. He is currently pursuing an MFA in Dance at the Washington University in Saint Louis.He is an exponent in four dance styles of dance- Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Manipuri and Kathak .In the Hindu article dated 25 July 2017- described him as an artist excelling in both dance (nritta) and expression ( abhinaya). Further, owing to his upbringing in Kolkata Amarnath has also learnt and performs Rabindra Nrita and Rabindra Sangeet in the Shantiniketan style He seeks to bring the richness of Tagore poetry down south and inspire young adults and children on the strength of the beautiful evocative poetry of Tagore. With a reception of Tagore plays he seeks to bring the popular dance dramas of Tagore to the south platforms. Over the recent past, he has taken part in the “ Thirumanthiram” festival conducted by the World Tamil Epics Research Association, Malaysia. He is a recipient of National scholarship for Kuchipudi, from the International Cultural Ministry, New Delhi. A receptionist of awards Nritya Kanak Mani Saman from the International Dance and Music Festival, New Delhi. Besides, he has also given lecture demonstration and art appreciation programmes at various places India and abroad. Amarnath showed his talent from the incredibly young age of five. He is a Diploma holder from the Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts in Chennai for Bharatnatyam. He trained under Smt BobitaDey Sarkar, Sri M.V Narasimhachari and PadmaSri Adyar K Lakshman. His later flair for Kuchipudi was further enhanced by his training at the Kuchipudi Art Academy , Chennai founded by the late legendary Padmabhushan Guru Dr Vempati Chinna Satyam, the doyen of Kuchipudi. He has been a regular visitor to the academy learning the subtle nuances of this dance style. He learnt Kathak under the tutelage of Sri. Sunil Chowdhury, Smt. Sulakshana and Sri.SuchetaLahari. His versitality was increased by his training received in Rabindra Nritya and Sangeet in the Shantiniketan style and in Manipuri from Ms.Sipra Mukherjee. Besides being a dancer, Amarnath is trained in Hindustani Vocal from Sri RamakrishnaSura Bharati Sri Asit Bhandari, Sri Sisir Paul, and Sri Vasudev Karmakar.Together with the permutation and combination of “ adavus” inherent in Bharatnatyam and Kuchipudi and the poetry inherent in Rabindra sangeet, he feels he can bring out the varied aspects of aesthetics and kinesthetics in its true sense.