Distinguished Service for the Society:

Being a sensitive individual, Rani Khanam has used her talent and artistic instinct to create awareness through her choreography. New creative choreographic work through various dance productions addressing critical issues towards equality & social justice for Muslim women, women in general, persons with disabilities and HIV / AIDS.

First of its kind dance production for the rights of Muslim women and women in general:

Especially choreographed “BLACK & WHITE” is about the provisions of Muslim personal law as contained in the Quran and the Hadiths about their rights but because of ignorance of these provisions, we are not able to update with the current time and are facing problems. The voice has been raised for their rights. This production is critically acclaimed by the media and has received outstanding applauses from art connoisseurs.

Across the globe, Muslim women are excelling in different fields still they are seeing as an object and are ever bound by religious and social boundaries. This dance production deals to reveal the strength & potential of a woman to create her own identity irrespective of circumstances & environment. This production has performed for National Legal Services Authority and Kri Foundation.

“SHAKTI ” Based on Women Empowerment :

Shakti - An Integrated dance production “Shakti” based on women empowerment. Shakti is the call for empowering the women by providing them right environment, right education, respect and opportunities where they can tap their immense potential lying in the depth of their inner being.

Generate unique employment avenues for women in the field of Art & Culture:

Some of Aamad students have taken up performing arts as their career and have become practitioners. They earn their living by giving the performances and teaching in schools and universities in India and abroad. A few of them have gone into research also. All of them have developed a very strong aesthetic sense towards life.

Creative work in the field of persons with disabilities:

Rani Khanam’s commitment towards the people with disability has given new dimensions to her world of dance. Through her innovative choreography, she has assisted & directed many international acclaimed Therapeutic Theatre Productions. She gives her artistic inputs to Ability Unlimited Foundation, Delhi.

On The Awareness Of HIV/ AIDS , Domestic Violence Issues SHIVER:

Rani Khanam is also credited for choreographing the 1st ever South Asian Dance/ Multimedia Performance piece 'Shiver’ that tackled a key issue of South Asian women and HIV/AIDS at the South Bank Centre, London, music by renowned film music composer Aanand Milind, Voice by Kavita Krishnamurti, present by Wise thoughts, London, UK.

‘UN-TENDER TOUCH’ on domestic violence:

an exquisitely, crafted dance piece that narrates the volatile stories of south Asian women in the U.K. for Milton Keynes Women’s Aid Commission,UK

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