Indian classical art forms are a rich heritage that can be found now in every corner of the world. They are also closely linked to nature, influenced by the seasons and times of the day. People around the world have great reverence for these types of art and aspire to learn. But, according to studies, due to insufficient documentation (script/recordings), only 30 percent of the content is available and the rest is already lost. Unfortunately, these conventional kinds of art are also disadvantaged by todays generation, which is running for instant gratification. Pure art is losing the brilliance of young learners because of studio-tweaked music circulating vibrantly. Therefore, research and propagation of Indian fine arts are very much needed if the future generations themselves will not have access to all that is left.