The Gurukula system is one such effort at providing a space where learning happens without interruptions, where one is disconnected from the rest of the world and is solely there to enrich his/her knowledge and implement those lessons to live a more fulfilled life. Gurukulas are also tweaking their ideologies to inculcate the modern day changes which are attracting many city dwellers. If nothing else, it certainly allows metropolitans to breathe soulfully and savour every minute of the time spent there, at the least. Kalakshetra exemplified the Gurukula system for the very popular South Indian dance form-Bharatanatyam. Among the many styles of Bharatanatyam the Kalakshetra style, founded by Rukmini Devi Arundale , which was obtained by refining the movements of neck, hip and chest from the Pandanallur style was popular for being socially acceptable that in turn revived the dying dance form.