RadhaRaman Society mainly organises a yearly festival of Bengali folk music and dance called RadhaRaman Folk Festival in the North of England (Leeds) since 2011 and Baul and Vaishnav Music Festival in London since 2013
This is purely a community art organisation that promotes the grandeur of Bengali colourful folk music and dance as serious art forms for young Bengali diaspora around the world as well as the audience from diverse cultural background in the West through collaboration with other form of folk music and dances e.g. jazz, Irish dance etc.
RadhaRaman festival is considered now as the biggest Bengali cultural and art festival in the North which connected the audience from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Oldham, Bradford, Rochdale etc. on top of the local audience from mainly the east as well as other areas of Leeds.
The society propagates the glory of Bengali mystic philosophy and deep humanism through folk music, dance and other collaborative art forms. It is playing a pioneering role in promoting a unique art form Bengali ancient rural theatre called Pala Gaan (Bengali Opera/ Bengali Folk Ballad) in the West. It engages young people, socially excluded women, too, into the pride-worthy cultural heritage of Bengal through highly connecting art activities and deliberately play a vital role to combat growing religious fanaticism.