Brhaddhvani’s activities can be summarised under four principal categories-Music Mind, Music Expression, Music Body and Music Society. Music Mind is the think-bank containing research leading to all the curriculum development elements resulting in activities which bring knowledge of music and training from a deeply traditional and practical oriented perspective, to universally valuable global perspectives. The core research at this level is COMET, Correlated Objective Music Education and Training.  It has a basic three part curriculum structure, which is called ‘Basics of the Basics’. This is central to the educational philosophy and methodology of Brhaddhvani.

From the production of sound, as Nada, in combination with yoga, vina and Veda to the tonal and gamaka dynamics and the phonetics of Indian languages are the focal elements in this section. Any student, whether s/he is a beginner or advanced, whether a dancer or a theatre artiste, would need this in order to understand the value of the impact of Karnatak music in those art forms. The training involved at this level would decondition a learner to understand the Universals in music making. The training cuts across the barriers of language and style. No one needs to feel that s/he does not know or have music in her. The developed methods bring out the musicality of a learner from within with ease. Even a child begins to get involved in learning at this level. The advanced students of music would be benefitted in bringing a new perspective to their singing though the body. The instrumentalists would be able to understand the relationship between the instrument and the voice from a new perspective.

World’s chants bring a new dimension in experiencing Sound at a very deeper level leading to musical experience and therapy.